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Hooking up i can not get the recorder to hook up right for recording how am i supposed to hook it up

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Depends what you're trying to hookup. TV? take coax from tv out to INPUT on back of ilo, setup tuner(selected in source). From VHS? hook up a vcr to another one of the inputs, A/V one the unit. Even the ones on the front will do. Then after going into the record menu and setting up the length/quality settings, then select source to select which input you want to record from and hit record. Try to end it before your alotted time expires and forget about programming it to record something automatically via the time, It never works well, if at all for me. Best bet is +RW's depending on unit. Mine is MU unit and Sony +R's work good for me.

Posted on May 28, 2008


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