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Can a tape be recorded

On the combo tv-vcrs, can you tape a video cassette from another tv with separate video cassette machine. do you put video and audio out connections from cassette machine to tv-vcr combo in video and audio connections.

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  • joleenolson7 Mar 07, 2009

    we tried this but it did not work. Next question: Can this be done for sure using the tv with the built in vcr unit. (the combo tv-vcr unit)

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The machine that youare going to play the tape in you should use the video out and the audio out to the video in and audio in on the machine that you are going to record on or tape on which ever you want to call it.

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  • vic richards Mar 08, 2009

    if the vcr tv combo is the one that you are recording with you should be able to put the otherone to the inputs and it work unless there is something wrong with one or the other. Now if the tv vcr combo has a record feature on it then it should work. I do not know what brand you have but it should do it if there is a record button on the remote or set. You could also go from antnia out to antnia in and be able to record that way also.

  • vic richards Mar 08, 2009

    one more thing if you use the vcr as the play machine you will need to set it up for chanl 3 or 4 then put the tv on 3 or 4 you should beable to see the movie on the tv as you record it.

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