Question about Sanyo VWM-900 VHS VCR
When I tape a VHS tape on my Sanyo and want to watch the tape on another brand of VCR I get a fuzzy voice and poor tracking. Does anyone know what is causing this problemThanks
The heads on the sanyo vcr may slightly be out of alignment from years of use.when playing a recorded tape from this vcr to another, the other vcr's alignment maybe right on track thus causing the poor quality.you can possibly try cleaning the heads with a head cleaner or a high grade blank tape,but i don't think this will solve the problem. but you can try.
p.s also try higher quality tapes to record on.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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