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  1. Do you have a model no so I can google it?
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    Originally Posted by digicube View Post
    Do you have a model no so I can google it?
    Nearly all DTV converter boxes have both outgoing RF and composite video and stereo audio connections that the Mitsubishi HS-HD2000U could record from. I can't remember seeing any with S-Video out except for the CM-7000. (I still have one.)

    So, when you say "Which HDTV receiver will work with Mitsubishi HS-HD2000U?", what do you mean by "work with"?
    Last edited by usually_quiet; 16th Jul 2017 at 15:52.
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  3. I mean OTA HDTV receiver with IEEE 1394 I/O so I can record and playback HD programmings.
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    Originally Posted by digicube View Post
    I mean OTA HDTV receiver with IEEE 1394 I/O so I can record and playback HD programmings.
    I only recall seeing cable boxes with Firewire ports, but most service providers disabled Firewire out a few years ago.
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  5. Yeah so I think I'm looking for the rare Mitsubishi OTA HDTV receiver but I don't know the model no.
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    Maybe the Mitsubishi HD-5000 HDTV receiver controller is the item you are looking for.
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  7. Yes, that is it. Thank you.

    Edit: There is also a much rarer Mitsubishi HD-6000.
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    Do what you want, but I should mention that there is better technology available now for recording OTA HDTV in HD than a D-VHS recorder.
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  9. I'm into vintage technology. This is more of a toy.

    Edit: I was able to record SVHS video onto a regular VHS tape by drilling a hole in the plastic shell. Does this mean I can do the same for DVHS? Has anyone tried it?
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