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  1. I've bought a cheapy easycap off e-bay, connected PC to my ancient Technika vhs/dvd player and for an hour it worked reasonably well having connected the audio and video sockets using equally ancient audio cables. However changed video tape and now all I can get is a sort of four frame split image-thinking my tapes were damaging the head on the player or the tracking was out I tried the DVD output and that has the same issue. Have I blown the output of my technika with excessive resistance using the audio leads or couold it be another issue?
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    The answer to the Q. you raised in your topic title is a simple NO !


    But to test if your cables are at fault you change them and connect direct to a tv. But a cheap easycrap could still be the problem if all works fine at that point.
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