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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Sanyo Recording DVD VCR Product Review

Recently we were going through a bunch of old VHS tapes and found tapes that we had recorded long ago.  We had not forgotten them.  We often wondered if they were even still watchable. 

We decided to try to get them converted from VHS to DVD and then ultimately to MP4.  But how do you do that?  We found places online that would convert one tape for $12.95, plus shipping and tax.  

This sounded a bit costly.  And, we would have to trust the United States Postal Service with priceless, irreplaceable memories.

We decided to try to find a way to do it ourselves.  We still had a few VCRs.  We had a DVD recorder.  The problem was finding a power supply for the DVD recorder.  We began to look for one.

Along the way, we discovered the Sanyo DVDRecorder/VCR.  We were able to dub those old VHS tapes to a DVD and then take the DVD and use Freemake software to convert the DVDs to MP4.

We were able to create some great videos using the Sanyo DVD Recorder/VCR.  Dubbing is simple and easy.  The results are great even though some of our tapes are thirty years old.  This is a great way to save those VHS tapes.

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