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Old 07-16-2013, 09:02 PM
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I'm privileged to own an example of a very unique looking VCR, the Sony SL-HF2100. Not a single physical button on the unit, and the only switch is for selecting channel 3 or 4 output. Also is apparently the only consumer Betamax deck to sport S-video jacks. It didn't come with the matching remote, but for the price I paid, I'm not complaining too much. Pictures available at the top of this page.
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Those look really nice with the control panel folded down and lit up. Do you have the original, undamaged remote with this? Someone on eBought wants $1300 (I think) for one whose remote has a cracked screen. There is another remote with it, but it only performs the basic functions.
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Old 07-16-2013, 10:09 PM
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Very hard to beat this machine. The Sony EDV-9500, but with nice wood side panels.
just piece of cake
  • DOMESTIC vcr with equalizer +SPECTRUM ANALYZERToshiba Hi-Fi VHS A-GX1
  • NEC vc-ds3000 TOSHIBA A-VS1 HR-S10000Sony WV-D10000 DV/S-VHS SHARP S-VHS VC-BS500 Mitsubishi HV-V7000 Panasonic NV-V10000 Victor S-VHS HR-Z1
    Hitachi vt-pcm1
FM transmitter is apparently something that can make surround environment easily if there is this F30 TV, stereo and that of the boombox in what the FM skip the rear sound.
SANYO VHR-D4890
Transmission frequency of the FM 78.0MHz.
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Old 07-17-2013, 01:36 AM
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Those look really nice with the control panel folded down and lit up. Do you have the original, undamaged remote with this? Someone on eBought wants $1300 (I think) for one whose remote has a cracked screen. There is another remote with it, but it only performs the basic functions.
Unfortunately, my SL-HF2100 didn't come with that (in)famous touchscreen remote. I'd like to find a remote which at least performs the basic functions, but am not sure what to look for. In any case, I think I did fairly well for $20, remote or not.
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Old 07-17-2013, 01:53 AM
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Unfortunately, my SL-HF2100 didn't come with that (in)famous touchscreen remote. I'd like to find a remote which at least performs the basic functions, but am not sure what to look for. In any case, I think I did fairly well for $20, remote or not.
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Whoa, you sure did do well! The remote you want is the RMT-V30. I have been in touch with whomever has that thing listed, just to inquire about the "replacement" remote. Did so last month.
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Old 07-17-2013, 03:05 AM
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Old 08-25-2013, 08:01 AM
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A little something I got the other day.

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Old 08-26-2013, 11:00 PM
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Old 08-27-2013, 06:04 AM
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It certainly does have one.
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Old 08-28-2013, 08:08 PM
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I have a Panasonic PV-4022 mono VHS VCR. Still works like new after 11 years, although I don't use it for recording anymore, just for playing the old VHS tapes in my collection. The automatic clock set function does not work any longer since the DTV transition. This feature used a special XDS (extended data signal) to set the clock; the signal was transmitted (in the vertical blanking interval, if I remember correctly) by PBS television stations, but when DTV came along that signal disappeared. Oh well, since I don't use the deck anymore for recording that doesn't matter.
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Old 08-29-2013, 06:13 AM
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One thing about some of these old VCR's. They may be built like tank and be reliable, but the power consumption is something else! Not exactly economical.
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Old 08-29-2013, 07:45 AM
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One thing about some of these old VCR's. They may be built like tank and be reliable, but the power consumption is something else! Not exactly economical.
Perhaps, but I doubt that they consume as much power over DVD players as flat-screens do over CRT sets.
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"Panasonic" N.V-G7, N.V.-630 PX.

You can see a lot of machines around here http://www.oldvcr.tv/main/
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Gotta put my 1985 Zenith VR 2000 JVC built VCR out there.

Sure it's mono, but the thing hasn't let me down! and has been trouble free since i got it last summer.

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i have an old sharp from around 1985-86.vhs,the remote wouldnt even change the channels!however,it still to this day.produces a picture with near dvd quality.i paid 169.00 for it from sun tv here in columbus.broke down once when the pinch roller bound up.i also have a beta machine and a video recorder from wbns tv channel 10.it weighs 60 plus pounds
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