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Using the Misubishi HS-HD2000U

HELP! I have purchased this HDVCR abd I cannot seem to get it to record in Hi-Def. I am using the firwwire cable hooked to my Mitsubishi DLP fire wire connection but I don get anything on my screen except for a blue display. I am trying to record off the Local Hi Def channel but when it starts to record it stops.??? I have tried different hook-ups but I can't seem to get it. Any Ideas? It's probably me.

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Thanks accordianman. I haven't tried that yet but I will.

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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The connection "chain" that you need to have set up is as follows: First the source goes to the HD VCR, then that output goes to the TV...accordianman

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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