Question about GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo
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Our GO Video VHS/DVD recorder worked fine until we converted to the new digital signal. Since conversion, any attempt in recording results in fuzzy, poor color quality recordings. We DO NOT have cable TV service, but did purchase a digital TV that is hooked up to the GO recorder. What can be happening?
Hello. Your digital TV is all set up to recieve the digital signal that is now the standard signal coming into your home. The old analog signal is history. If you still want to use your VHS/DVD recorder you will have to get a signal conversion box, at your local walmart or radio shack. This will take the new digital signal and convert it so your old analog VHS/DVD can process it properly. Joe
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Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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