JVC HR-DVS3U Mini DV - S-VHS VCR Mini Systems


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kcoreyedstrom   Audio Enthusiast [Sep 23, 2002]

Dubbing between Computer and DV Dubbing between Mini DV and SVHS (but see below) Dubbing between SVHS and DV Ease of use Powerful analog conversion tool Jog Shuttle Firewire connection between computer and Mini DV


High Cost No sound input controls Jog shuttle seems cheaply built No direct dubbing between digigal computer and SVHS (must first dub to mini DV and then re dub to SVHS - if there is a way to go directly to SVHS I can't figure it out) Documentation is just OK as usual Some audio drops, not sure what is causing this. The dubbed SVHS Tapes don't appear to work on all VCRs - I don't understand this issue at all.

Actually the model year is 2002. I had several options to transform my large (15 years worth) analog vhs c tape collection to digital. I went with the easiest and most expensive solution. I have hassled with hooking up cameras to PCs and VCRs and Dazzle type devices and this is a much ore elegent solution - two tape decks in one with the ability to switch back and forth and dub back and forth (and to and from my computer) with great ease.

Similar Products Used: Sony DTR 20 Dazzle Hollywood Bridge Many poor analog video editors
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