VHS to DVD
Well you need some kind of DVD recorder. They will have inputs, often RCA jacks, and the instructions will tell you how to hook up a VCR to the input on the DVD recorder. One thing to watch out for if you decide to buy a DVD recorder. The manufacturers of these things, proved they learned nothing from the VHS Beta fiasco of the 70's. They again made machines that use different formats. Find one that works with multiple formats. DVDRW, DVDRW+, DVRRW- and such. If not you may find you have a machine you have trouble finding blank media for. I made this mistake when I bought one of these for the wife. I thought surely they would not do the same ignorant thing they did when the VCR came out, so I just went to the store and grabbed one. Then found that the one I picked out, you could not find blank media for. Even the store I bought it from (Target) did not sell the blank media for it. Back it went for one that worked with everything. I then noticed the next trip to Wally World that they had enough sense to have a HUGE sign telling you the difference. They also showed they have some business sense. Their cheapest machine was one that worked with multiple formats. -- "Everything in excess! To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks."
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