Petro or whoever is the moderator, hope you won't get mad about just one more off-topic question but I am wondering. Mike and Ron have stated they doubt there'll be any changes, but my one last (I promise) question is, how would we be able to still use a VCR when all channels will begin with something way over 100 and your VCR channels only go to 100? I guess that's what I don't understand about these changes, because I don't think our VCR's are programmed to record a channel 500, etc. I do hope it won't be a problem and that in the meantime I can get Replay AV to do some of this on my computer, but just not sure how the VCR would capture with the coming changes. ----- Original Message ----- From: "rs_denis" <rs_denis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 8:33 AMSubject: [blindreplay] Re: has anyone made timed recording using TV software?
Our local paper says that if one gets basic cable or satellite, the change won't affect you so it is likely your VCR will still work as it has. For those with antennae, converter boxes will be coming on the market soon. Don't know whether one would need two, one for the TV and one for the VCR, or whether one can get by with only one. I should add that my local paper has been known to get things wrong on occasion.Ron Denis right now I don't have digital cable, just basic. The remotes theygive you for digital around here are bad so I just have basic and set TV tochannel 3 to set a VCR recording. In 2009 when it all goes digital, how will we then be able to use our VCR's? --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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