In past forums we have determined that the Panasonic ES10S DVD Recorder makes a good "pass-through" device for older VHS to DV transfers. It corrects the timebase/stability issues (flagging and tearing) present in high generation VHS tapes - I have seen this first hand and I agree that it does a good job - in allot of cases, it does a better job than a DataVideo TBC-1000.
My question is - does anyone know what the Panasonic unit could have that the DataVideo unit doesn't?
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Has anyone found out if the Toshiba DR-4 can correct the flagging and tearing problem too?