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It wont let me record anymore

My boss is trying to record from dat to cd everything is hooked up but when she tries to record with the sony cd recorder "copy protect" comes up on the screen what can i do to fix this?

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If you are connecting via toslink optical or coax digital chances are you are encountering SCMS (Serial Copy Management System). SCMS will prevent you from copying a previously copied DAT or CD. You will need a CSMS stripper or copy bit bypass to circumvent this. I am assuming you are not violating copyrights. Behringer Ultramatch 2000 is a good SCMS bypass machine, and they are easily found on the internet.

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  • Linus_007 Oct 06, 2009

    You may be encountering SCMS (serial copy management system). This prevents you from copying a previously copied DAT, CD or Minidisc digitally. You can find a SCMS stripper to bypass and or correct the copybit.

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