Audio problems w/ home DVD recorder...
My wife and I received a home video DVD recorder for Christmas. I bought a bunch of media, with plans to completely replace my VCR recording with digital media. However, when recording TV shows (from an antenna) onto RW'*, the playback sound quality is very poor. It can't be heard so much with voices on shows, but background music and music bumpers (in between scenes, at commercials, etc.) sound horrible. The track sounds like it'* rapidly slowing down and speeding up, like listening to an old bent LP on a record player! Does this have something to do with recording an analog (antenna) signal into a digital (DVD) format? Or is my player defective? It'* a "Cyberhome" which sounds like a cheap off-brand anyway, but I don't want to automatically blame the brand name. I never had sound problems recording on my VCR, just the typical degraded videotape quality. I don't know if anybody has experience with this type of thing, but suggestions are much appreciated -
Current GMs: '95 Chevy Suburban C2500, '69 Pontiac Executive
Former GMs: '83 Buick Park Ave, '73 Buick Electra, '92 Chevy Caprice 9C1, '98 Pontiac Bonneville SLE, '99 Olds Aurora, '00 Buick LeSabre