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5.0 out of 5 stars COULDN'T BE ANY EASIER!, January 26, 2007
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I received my Sony VRD-MC3 unit this afternoon. I immediately hooked it up to my Sony DV Camera (Model DCR-TRV900), using a Sony i.LINK cable (#VMC-IL4415/IL4435/2DV/4DViLINK).

Once connected, all I had to do was push one button to copy DV tapes onto DVDs. I copied three 60-minute DV tapes onto Sony 1x-16x DVD-R blanks (#10DMR47l4) and experienced no problems whatsoever. I tried the DVD copies on three different DVD players and they worked perfectly.

Image quality was every bit as good as the original tapes and looked really sharp on our Panasonic 50" plasma TV. One of the DV tapes was of my granddaughter's recent school band concert and the sound quality of the DVD copies was excellent.

I can't imagine how this type of transfer could get any easier!
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Initial post: Feb 13, 2007 1:39:26 PM PST
A. Burton says:
Could you tell me how long copying the DV tapes to DVDs took?
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