DVD Recorder / VHS Combo Units

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  1. Norm

    Norm Cinematographer

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    Any reviews? I need to transfer my home movies and was thinking about buying one.
     
  2. Cindy V

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    I bought the GO-Video brand at Costco for 399. I will play with it a while to see how I like it. If not, back it goes. It has a nice one touch button for transfering dvd to vhs and vhs to dvd. The GO-Video has a toll free number to call incase you need help with anything: set up, recording, playing, questions, etc.

    I returned the Panny e80h because it was way to complicated, too expensive and did not have vcr.
     
  3. Norm

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    I was thinking of getting that one also. I decided to get the Emerson because Walmart reduced the price from $400 to $300. But I'm not wild about the remote & features. Quality seem pretty good though.
     
  4. David Massey

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    I'd go with the JVC it has a very good picture and is better quality than either of those, costs a little more but you get what you pay for.
     
  5. joe buscema

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    you probably already have a vcr. if so, why not buy a hdd/dvd recorder and hook them up together?
     

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