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I am trying to convert my video to dvd bought the Honestech VHS to DVD system for computer. It requires a double RCA plus and my recorder only has a single Audio/Video plug. Can I purchase a cable that will fit the camera with RCA plugs on the other end?

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I dont know exactly this name, but could try find it HERE: electronics/rca

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