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I have a Go Video VHS machine that tapes VHS from on port and copies it on a Tape in the other port. It's called a dual deck system video casette recorder. SN 93595504095. Have had it for years. s(maybe 20) Lost the operating instructions. I believe I used to not only copy tapes but was able to insert sound into the tape being recorded on. I don't see a microphone slot but it has line out in the back for audio and video. On the front it has the same but is input not output. Can I insert sound with this machine by using the connections on front? Appreciate any guidance you can give me. Roy Dalton,

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  • rdalton8 Dec 12, 2009

    Understand the solution offered. Haven't tried it so don't know if it'll work or not. Nevertheless am satisfied to a point. The solution mentioned rca jacks that say In. Record, Playback or Aux. I specifically included information on the jacks that were on the front and back of the equipment. they did not say, In, Record, Playback or Aus. They simply said audio and video and that's the information given to your expert. That information was not addressed in the answer. Roy Dalton



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Do you have any line Inputs? If there are rca jacks that say IN, Record, Playback, Or Aux, then you can put sound in through these components.
If you have anything that says Output, the sound goes out to other components.

You can get a user manual at any of these sites:

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    Nate Stansfield Dec 12, 2009

    The Audio and Video may be an input or an output. If you can connect a device to it and record, then they are Input jacks.
    If you can hook up cables to them and up to another device like another vcr and record on this new hooked up vcr, then the jacks on the Govideo are Output Jacks



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