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video cassette

a cassette containing video tape
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Such articles were inspired by the Japanese electronics manufacturer Funai having announced it would fulfil its final orders of video cassettes before ceasing production.
In celebration of the 57th birthday of the first commercial video cassette recorder, check out a fun VHS mode for the YouTube player to relive the magic feel of vintage video tapes.
The equipment included a video cassette recorder positioned above a ceiling fan, a camera concealed in an alarm clock, and a motion sensing "optical eye" installed in the headboard of their bed.
That compares to 18 years for personal computers and color TV, 15 years for cell phones and 14 years for video cassette recorders.
Also available in a VHS video cassette format, Deadly Ascent is an engaging DVD documentary of the NOVA team's incredible climb in Delani National Park in Alaska of towering Mt.
It began to advertise its Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) in 1972 in the specialist Press before finally making it available to the general public in 1974.
Available on video cassette and in a digital format DVD at $29.95 each, Science Clips For Students is a six-volume series specifically designed for students in grades 5 through 8 and takes them on informative and entertaining introductions to amazing natural environments, diverse forces in action, as well as the chemical and physical laws of the universe.
In 1983, Shape applied the process, using Cerbo's automation, to production of video cassette sleeves in a two-cavity mold.
It's alleged the pair then left the house in Highgate, North London, on the morning of August 16 with a video cassette and other property.
Enjoy a 25-inch television, video cassette player and listen to your favorite CD's on the compact disc player.
Dixons says demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically, while sales of DVD players have grown seven-fold in the past five years.
Dixons say demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically since the middle of the 1990s.