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Try www.maplin.co.uk Product code TB79 49 quid.
If Anyone has used this unit Id be grateful for some info on the end results, Quality of copying ETC......
I got mine here but they don`t actually call it a macrovision remover. It`s called a video copy enhancer and is £60.
i bought one from cpc in preston for 46.00 not bad on most dvds but some it will not remove the dark light macro from some dvds ie city of angels
mickymcd please can you tell me how bad the dark light mv is, as i sold my old player to a uncle, and it seems to happen on that ,but i did`nt connect to vcr just the scart .
its really got me baffled.
ive tried s-video,composite and scart ,all with same problem.
is it very noticeable
Try www.sonel.com , inline macro remover via SCART, £25
i copied blade which went dark/light all the way through and also city of angels this was last year i have also tried the sonel scart lead which does the same although some other dvds copied ok it could be down to how much porotection there is on the film
I have just ordered a macrovision remover from Lektropacks - it was quite expensive at 90 quid - I`ll let you know if it is any good or not.
This item was edited on Saturday, 5th May 2001, 23:03
Lectropacks rocks! This is the best piece of equipment I have ever bought. The picture is as good as you will ever get - no stupid flickers like the sonel disabler. It does not work very well with R2 though but as for R1 - sheer brilliance.
Hope this helps
"Try www.maplin.co.uk Product code TB79 49 quid."
I bought the same thing from Keene for £55 and I found it worked fine for VHS-VHS but I sent it back as Maplin were doing it for £40
I ended up not getting it as I got a DVD player with macro disabled
http://www.keene.co.uk - P/N - VP260
The other ones I see for £25 charge extra for the adapter and cables!!