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  02-04-2008, 12:56 PM
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got it today.

if im using a brand new retail vhs and want to transfer it to dvd. will it look ok to use rca cables or coax?
because i have not got a jvc vcr with s video yet. i just dont want the quality to suck.

let me know thanks
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I haven't even thought of transferring a vhs tape to dvd in years. I've done all my transfers a while ago. They're good I suppose if you don't want to purchase tivo or some dvr service. However one scratch on that dvd-rw and there goes your recording.
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