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recording from another dvd player

Discussion in 'DVD recorders' started by zonedogg, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. zonedogg

    zonedogg Member

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    ok i just got this mwr10d6 by magnavox but i cant seem to figure it out how do i hook up a dvd player to it to record ? im usually pretty good with these things but i dunno , im trying to record jackass 2 the movie can someone tell me what im doing wrong. i got the 1st dvd players output hooked up to this units input on the rear and the recorders out put hooked up to the input on my tv i press play on the 1st dvd player and record on the mwr10d6 it says record but no display on my tv... is there something i am missing here? any help is greatly appreciated
    J.D.
     
  2. JVC

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    You can't copy a dvd that way!
    The [bold]ONLY[/bold] way to copy a dvd, is with a computer...........

    The only exception being............you might be able to copy a copy of a dvd that way, since the copy protection would be removed, before trying it.
     
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    ok thanks alot i took the machine back to walmart anyway, what good is a dvd recorder if it dont record dvds? anyways im much happier with the beer and fishing supplies i bought with the refunded money :)
    i would discourage anyone from buying that product by the way save your money !!
     
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    They record fine. They just won't copy a dvd..........
    You was trying to do something with it, that it wasn't meant to do. It's for copying home movies, from vhs tapes, to dvd, and recording from tv.
     

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