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Yes, we all are aware of tv changing next month. I have cable and they say we don't have to do a thing; the old tvs will be fine without a converter. But I was just wondering...what about my vcr? The cable comes into my vcr which is then connected to the tv. I got it 10 yrs ago, it's analog. Would the vcr work w a digital signal? If not...would it work if the cable went first to the tv and then the tv connected to vcr so it could tape what's on the screen rather than the transmission?


Kitty
neIN, Zone 5
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