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Hey, I just bought a Pioneer DVR233S. Was wondering if it was a good one to get and which mode of recording (XP,SP,LP etc..) do you recommend I use for it when making sets. I have analog cable and do some VHS to DVD transfers.
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It's good. Use the 3-hour mode (MN-something or another).

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How do I set the 3 Hour mode it goes from 1 to 2 than jumps to 4 hours.
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