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zenith mbr 3445/6/7 or similar
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Post 1 made on Tuesday September 25, 2007 at 15:26
audio4
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I need a complete code list for the mbr 3445 or 3447 zenith brand remote. A member(ANTHONY) had responded with this list about 3 months ago, but I missplaced the list that I printed from his reply. I hope he or someone else can provide the same info. You may resond here or at reeltoreelguy@yahoo.com Thank you.
Post 2 made on Tuesday September 25, 2007 at 16:16
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OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday September 25, 2007 at 20:36
audio4
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EDMUND--- Thank you for your help, iy was excellent as always. I am just sorry that I cannot impart any useable knowledge to you in return. ANTHONY is another member who has helped me in the past, and I sent him a similar messege at the time. By the way I am also known as AUDIO2 as well as AUDIO4. Apparently the system "lost" my credentials earlier today, I had to rejoin. MY "my way" account is also gone by choice. Thank you again for your help. Do you know why a post 1990 vcr introduces interfereance onto the tape when recording a dvd, but NOT when simply sending it to the tv? I picked up a pre 1990 vcr which records dvds witout introduceing this interferance. In 1990 the stereo audio head and mono rotury heasd exchanged places in the tape path. At about this same time, I think, COPY PROTECTION was becomeing more common. Is ther a connection?
Post 4 made on Wednesday September 26, 2007 at 00:07
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A tape recorded on that vcr will play alot better then a tape recorded by another vcr.

The macrovision collusion happened before 1990 when the HQ vcrs came out. The only added circuitry in the HQ vcr's wasn't for picture quality, it was for macrovision anticopy circuitry.


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