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Gold Star VC681M - recording from VHS to DVD

I have a Gold Star VC681M and need to record a VHS tape to a DVD. I do not have the instructions that came with the machine. Can you help me out? Thanks, Don Bowden

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Re: Gold Star VC681M - recording from VHS to DVD

This device can not record from VCR to DVD locally not a DVD recorder. However you can record from this device to your computer save the file as a wma and then burn that file to a DVD and then watch the DVD on the DVD player. This player can decode wma files: Here is a site to get the owners manual from: Here is how the page looks:

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2 Connect both players to a television so that you can make sure you are recording the appropriate content. You can also monitor the speed at which the VHS is copying to DVD.

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