JVC VHS to DVD Recorder VCR Combo w/ Remote

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Designed to easily transfer VHS tapes to DVD with the press of a button

Top Positive Review

I was skeptical spending $450 on this, but it has been worth it! The product arrived neatly packaged with all components well protected. Full instruction manual was great and easy to follow. The unit plays existing DVDs and VHS tapes as well as VHS-C tapes if you have the converter case (not included). The rewind on the VHS side slows down before it stops, so I never experienced the “snap” of the tape like I read in other reviews. I utilized the quarantine to convert all my childhood tapes (no sound from the 1970s), our wedding video, and our own children’s tapes. So far I’m on disk #3 with no problems at all. Simple to use with minimal hookup. I have about 8 more disks to create (30+ VHS-C ) and looking forward to it. Great investment! I used DVD-R disks. You’ll need to “initialize” the disks before you record, and “finalize” the disks before you can play on a computer or other DVDs. Did not use it to record a show on TV, so I didn’t need a tuner.

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Top Critical Review

This expensive $450 refurbished device arrived poorly packaged and clonked around in it’s packaging. Due to vacation time I was unable to test the device until after the 30 days for returns. First time trying resulted in a stuck tape in the VHS machine. After my husband looked at it he could see the machine was bent and that’s why the tape stuck in the machine. We were able to see the start of movement, but then it stopped and the tape would not retract properly, leading to “eating the tape”. Also, the HDMI cable fit loosely in the machine.
The DVD player worked, however, we purchased this device to record VHS tapes. Very disappointed!
And the company did not return my call and email.
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Customer Questions & Answers

So you put in your vhs and a dvd and record the vhs? That??s it??
Answer: select DVD on your unit, hit the “Dubbing” button, once the recording is complete. Go to the main menu for the DVD disc and select “Finalize”. Must finalize disc to be seen on your dvd player or computer.

Are all of the parts in the box as advertised??
Answer: Everything was as advertised in my shipment…very well packed.

How much volt power is used in the electricity of this device? 110 volts or 220 volts or both?
Answer: Standard household 120vac.

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