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Just bought a CopiAll DPX-7000 from www[dot]world-import[dot]com sent to me in the UK.


Used it once to backup a copy protected vhs to a DVD with success. However in the craziness of our house I have managed to loose the little manual that came with it.


The manual describes how to set the various modes, from 2 buttons you can set a mode and select an input that is indicated by a single LED. If you don't have the manual it is hard to know what to set.


Can anyone scan and post a copy. Despite calling up world imports they have refused to email me a copy, they asked me for a fax number. Cr*$p aftersales service. My last resort is a helpful enthusiast, please post me a scanned copy



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Originally Posted by maverikVideo /forum/post/18243364


Just bought a CopiAll DPX-7000 from www[dot]world-import[dot]com sent to me in the UK.


Used it once to backup a copy protected vhs to a DVD with success. However in the craziness of our house I have managed to loose the little manual that came with it.


The manual describes how to set the various modes, from 2 buttons you can set a mode and select an input that is indicated by a single LED. If you don't have the manual it is hard to know what to set.

This might be one source for the manual:

http://support-manuals.com/search.ph...ele=DPX%207000
 

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 This page from the W-I site has setup examples and is fairly informative. It seems pretty simple to use. Yes, a manual would be better, but...
 

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Thanks for the post. I had found this site. It tells you everyhting but the function of the 2 buttons and the status of the led
 

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Thanks for the post. I had found this site. It tells you everyhting but the function of the 2 buttons and the status of the led

On Front Panel: Left Select Button >Cycle between >Normal>Enhanced 1>Enhanced 2>Darker>B&W>Color Bars


Right Select Button = Input Select Switch Green Light Indicator signifies Composite signal.....Orange indicator light signifies S-Video input Signal.


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Left Select Button:


LED - composite = green

S-Video = orange


Normal - composite = Green Steady

S-Video = Orange Steady


Enhanced 1 - composite = Green Blinking

S-Video = Orange Blinking


Enhanced 2 - Composite = Green Blinking

S-Video = Orange Blinking


Darker - Composite = Green Blonking

S-Video = Orange Blinking


B & W - Composite = Green Blinking

S-Video = Orange Blinking


Color Bars - Composite = Green Blinking

S-Video = Orange Blinking



I hope This helps !!


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That sounds exactly like my Sima CT-2. If it acts like my Sima you'll probably leave it on normal all the time(which tends to lighten the video a tad but DARKER is too dark) and mine is mostly set to orange(S-video).
 

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That's right, they both work exactly the same and I never change the settings although sometimes when watching the copy I think that I should have.
 
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