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First thing i would say is go for the HI-FI audio would go in and out and pop etc. Adjusting the tracking
would bring in the audio, but sometimes the video would get fuzzy. Get
the picture right and the audio goes out. Switch to Linear (mono on
some VCRs) and the audio should be fine.
Finally if this doesn't solve your problem then i would suggest you to give it to repair and they will fix it.
If it won't PLAY VHS tapes it must have a serious mechanical problem (if it even loads) or its heads are glommed up, so it obviously won't record them either. When's the last time you ran a cleaning tape through it?
Solve the load or playback problem and it will probably record.
Time and poor storage conditions are the mortal enemies of tapes. Store the in a 'played
Did it EVER work as expected with VCR audio through the HDMI or are we working through that right now assuming it can?
I don't have a detailed manual, but the rear panel clearly shows some analog-only outputs (and NO digital ones) for the section called DVD/VCR. Internally, I'm sure there are proper analog-digital-converters for recording VHS to the native DVD-R, but VHS VCR's are NOT inherently digital audio devices so I'm pretty sure you need to run an analog RCA pair for the VHS video.
Hi, this is a problem with cramming too much info onto dvd. For a good quality dvd, it needs to have about 1.5 to 2 hours of video on it. The more you put it the lower the quality it becomes. Don't forget though , it will never be better than the original.unless you have some specialist software to tidy up sound and flickers in the video. So I would stick with one tape to one dvd if you want to keep the quality. DVD's are cheap anyway, you can buy a spindle of 50 Verbatims for £10.
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Select AV-1 or some thing in TV and plug DVD recorder Video-Audio output in AV-1 input of TV, playback any DVD and confirm its picture and sound in TV. Press Stop button of DVD recorder to stop playback. Now plug Video-Audio output of VCR in DVD recorder input and select AV Input in DVD recorder, insert VHS tape in VCR and playback it and confirm you get VHS picture and sound in TV via DVD recorder. Hookup between TV, DVD recorder and VCR is completed. Playback VHS tape in VCR, Insert blank DVD disc in DVD recorder and press Record while you see VHS tape picture in TV. Hope this info will help you.
Hey Ol' Fred... One of my good friends is an ol Fred so I felt compelled to stop in and help! I'm not sure of your setup, but if you've got a combo DVD/VHS unit, make sure that you have out puts to the TV for Both parts separately... You can designate by accessing the TV's onscreen menu and setting up a separate source for DVD and one for VHS. I've found on my projection TV that it's best to use the Coax cable connections for the VHS to TV. Then once it's setup with separate hookups to the Tv, you should have audio and video for VHS... k
If your unit is fairly new,your VCR part might be the problem.Take it back! If you have this unit for awhile,two things: 1. You need a professional A/V repair guy to clean up and check your VCR head. 2. The rental VHS tape is dirty. Good luck!