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I have a white Dazzle. I hooked it up to a VCR I tested on my tv (vcr works fine). I used 3 RCA connections, one for video and 2 for audio. I want to use a DVD-RW. The software recognizes the blank DVD, I go through the Instant DVD Recorder dialog boxes and am told the disk is ready to be burned. I turn on the Play on the VCR and click Start Recording in the dialog box. I get the message Burning Error. What am I doing wrong? Unfortunately the website is not helpful. Neither was the material included in the package. Thank you for any advice you can give me.

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Check the Dazzle site for a list of media compatibility. Some brands of DVD will not burn with their systems.

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How do we hook up VCR to TV


  1. 1
    Turn off all of your components. This will help prevent any accidental damage while connecting.
  2. 2
    Connect the RF/COAX Out port on the VCR to the RF/COAX/ANT In port on your TV. Use a coaxial cable.

  3. 3
    Connect your antenna to the the RF/ANT In port on the back of your VCR (optional). This will allow you to watch over-the-air broadcasts through the VCR.

  4. 4
    Turn on the VCR.
    • Make sure that the VCR is plugged into the power outlet.

  5. 5
    Set the VCR channel to Channel 3 or 4.

  6. 6
    Turn on your television to the same channel that your VCR is set to.

  7. 7
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I am trying to use the Dazzle hooked up with my VCR ( I have done it before) but now the VCR is not playing the movie (can't see the video on my computer). The VCR is basic, it doesn't have an S Video


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VHS > RCA > Dazzle > Computer.

The cable must be connected at the back Audio/Video output not in the Input.

Please check also the online documentation below.

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1. Connect your VCR to your TV. (Using Antena cable or RCA cables.)

2. From your DVD player, choose the AUDIO VIDEO OUT. Then, connect that to your VCR's LINE IN jacks.

(*)Your DVD player has 3 jacks coming out. Yellow-video, White- Audio Left and Red- Audio Right.
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Hi,

If I understand your posting/description right, you have:
1, a Sanyo TV with only 1 video input;
2. you have a DVD player with only video output; and
3. you have a VCR (which I will assume to be with both video input and output).

Your query, if I may clarify, is how to hook them up so that you need not connect/disconnect any video cable when you want to switch video source from either DVD or VCR.

If that is what you want, then connect:
a. audio/video OUT of your DVD to audio/video IN of the VCR;
b. audio/video OUT of your VCR to audio/video IN of the TV.

The above described connection would allow you to:
i. watch DVD movies on your TV (your VCR must be powered ON and set to Video INput, your TV must be powered ON & set to Video INput);
ii. watch tape movies from your VCR without disconnecting/connecting cables.

Additionally, this arrangement would allow you to record DVD movies in your VCR. Further, connecting your cable/aerial to the RF INput of your VCR would allow you to do the same with a TV/Cable program.

Incidentally, if one of your units (TV, VCR, DVD) would only have a single audio input, it is still possible since some models uses the white audio RCA connector as either left or mono, the red is right. You can also use a 2 female RCA to 1 RCA male adapter as shown below to joint the red/white audio.

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Hope this be of some idea/help. Pls post back how things turned out or should you require additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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