I tried to closely follow a previous post and am now completely confused. http://www.ecoustics.com/electronics/forum/home-video/42269.html
I purchased everything that was indicated. The pioneer DVR 320 manual is printed in Mexico and my inkjet prints better. Consequently, trying to read the directions, at my age, is near impossible with both my glasses on and using a magnifying glass.
I also got the stabilizer recommended. The connection diagram looks like it was drawn by my grandson. Since most of the posters seemed to have understood everything, I must assume it is me and not the diagram.
Here's what I don't understand. When connecting the stabilzer I am using a cable splitter for the audio connection since there is only one audio connection on the stabilizer and two audio connections ( L & R ) on the cable. Ok, That seems the way to go, but, what do I do with the video? It doesn't seem as though there will be any video feed if those 2 wires are not hooked up?
Next my vcr is already hooked up to my home theater system. The manual says to hook up VCR out to DVD in to record tapes to dvd. That set of connections is already used by the TV. Do I need to, and can I, split those connections as well?
Can anyone help this Old Dog learn some new tricks. I have a very extensive video library that is degrading quickly and I'd like to get them copied to dvd so I can preserve them.
Thanks in advance for any help I can get.