Remove Macrovision CopyGuard Protection with the DVD MacPro.

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by DVD MacPro, May 3, 2004.

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    Remove Macrovision CopyGuard Protection with the DVD MacPro.



    DVD MacPro supports DVD Recorders and video capture cards.

    Have you ever tried to record to DVD from DVD or VHS only

    to get a damaged picture with periodic changes of brightness

    until the screen is fully dark and viewing is lost. This

    is all because of the protection set embedded in the video

    signal known as Macrovision. The "DVD MacPro" will remove

    Macrovision CopyGuard Protection completely without influence

    to the quality of the DVD picture.



    High quality, 100% reliability, modern design, simplicity in

    utilization and very low price for a dual-filtering device

    makes the "DVD MacPro" an ultimate solution for DVD recording.

    Comparable "Video Stabilizers" sell for upwards of $250

    without the "DVD MacPro" sleek design and small size. DO

    NOT BE FOOLED by other "Video Stabilizers" that you see

    advertised. Most likely, they only eliminate VHS protection.

    The protection installed on VHS tapes is completely different

    than those on DVD's and our "DVD MacPro"



    ## DVD MacPro does not touch the original video signal. It only

    removes protection constituents.

    ## Protection is fully removed. We guarantee no brightness or

    color changing.

    ## Fully digital device. It's core is a 8-bit CPU doing all the

    job for you.

    ## Automatically detects PAL or NTSC signal and reconfigures itself.

    ## Works with Composite Video and S-Video through a simple

    adapter (not supplied).

    ## Blinking internal red LED tells you device status.

    ## Works with DVD and VHS.

    ## See it at http://home.comcast.net/~jaxcutback/dvdmacro/dvdmacpro.htm



    This is what you get with the DVD MacPro:

    ++ The DVD MacPro device

    ++ AC Power adapter

    ++ Instruction manual.





    COMPATIBILITY LIST

    APEX DRX-9000

    CyberHome CH-DVR 1500

    CyberHome CH-DVR 2500

    JVC DRM1

    Gateway AR-230

    GoVideo DVDR 6530

    MAGNAVOX MDV630R

    MAGNAVOX MDV650R

    PANASONIC DMR-E20

    PANASONIC DMR-E30

    PANASONIC DMR-E50

    PANASONIC DMR-E60

    PANASONIC DMR-E100

    PANASONIC DMR-E80

    PANASONIC DMR-HS2

    Pioneer DVR 310-S

    Pioneer DVR 5100

    PHILIPS DVDR-70

    PHILIPS DVDR-75

    PHILIPS DVDR-80

    PHILIPS DVDR-880

    PHILIPS DVDR-890

    PHILIPS DVDR-980

    PHILIPS DVDR-985

    PHILIPS DVDR-1000

    PHILIPS DVDR-1500

    RCA DRC8000N

    SAMSUNG DVD-R4000

    Sansui VRDVD4005

    SONY RDR-GX7

    TOSHIBA RD-X2

    YAMAHA DRX-1



    If your recorder is not listed in our compatibility list this

    does not mean that DVD MacPro will not work for you. This is

    simply a partial list of the most popular brands and models

    of DVD Recorders available today.



    PRICE: $99.95 (shipping & handling included)

    The preferred payment method is PayPal.



    Pay to PayPal account:

    or email: to order your DVD MacPro using

    a different payment method or to just ask further questions

    about this amazing product.
    DVD MacPro, May 3, 2004
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