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Hi Bill,
The recorder I have is a Sony RDR-GX7 and I'm very content with it.
I can record from the television and also copy video's on DVD. There is a trick to get the region code out but still had no time to do. On internet I saw you can also buy them now with region 1 and 2.
The quality is very good, you can choose the record time (from 60 minutes till 4 hours). Most of the time I use 120 or 180 minutes.
In my PC I have a Pinnacle card for recording video's (all regions) and can burn the films on CDR or DVD but since I have the Sony I hardly use it.
——-Original Message——-
Date: dinsdag 24 februari 2004 11:57:48
Subject: Re: [shiponedingroup] Copies on DVD


That is a very good offer.

But I would not trust my copies of the series to the postal service! They
are irreplaceable, at least till the series is shown again (I hope!)

And since many of my tapes were recorded on the lp setting (to make the most
use of the tapes which was false economy but vhs cassettes were expensive
for me in those days) the quality is poor to start with, so making and
sending copies of these for transferring to DVD would not be a very good
option either.

I am interested to know about the recorder you have and your opinion of it.


----- Original Message -----
From: "jaas08" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2004 8:04 AM
Subject: [shiponedingroup] Copies on DVD

> Hi everybody,
> Think I can help you all (if you give me the time).
> I have a DVD recorder which also copies PAL videos to DVD.
> For me it's only a matter of running the video and record on DVD.
> Think the only problem is I live in Holland (or not for the die hard
> fans).
> You can send me the original video and some blank DVD -R (I can also
> provide the DVDs at costprice)and I copy it for you. P&P for you and
> the recording is free.
> Let me know what you think of this so we can make a plan how to manage it.
> Marianne