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Record from thompson dti6300-16 to a video recorder

How do I move a recording from the harddrive to my video recorder?

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Anonymous

Just connect a scart socket from the second output scart socket from the thompson to the scart input of the video

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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Anonymous

Hi
the DTi 6300 has an RF modulator built in so it will send a signal down the aerial cable. just place the VCR after the Digi box in the Aerial chain and tune your vcr to it on a spare channel then you should be able to record.
Hope this helps
Steve

Posted on Mar 12, 2008

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