Question about RCA DRC8060N DVD Recorder
I recently switched from Cox Cable to ATT's new Uverse and I've lost the ability to record video on DVDs. I can hook up an external device like a VCR and burn a DVD but trying to do it from the cable box gets an "insufficient video signal" message. It doesn't matter if I use the front or rear input jacks. I'm using good quality RCA cables. I can hear the audio half the time but the video is either blue or a scratchy display. Playing DVDs works fine but I can't get a signal to the RCA for burning purposes.
Do you have any suggestions?
SOURCE: Insufficient video signal
IF you are getting that message, I would suspect that may have something to do with the copyright stuff, same like when two VCRs were connected to record a copyrighted movie, the video signal was distorted and unwatchable.
I would suggest to call the cable provider and ask them about it.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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