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video cassette

a cassette containing video tape
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Contract notice: Framework agreement for the transfer of d5 video cassettes to digibeta or imx video cassettes for southwest broadcasting
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.
Dixons expects to sell its remaining stock of video cassette recorders by Christmas.
While the audio cassette market has been sliding for the past four years, the growth in the market for CDs, minidiscs, video cassettes and movie-use cassettes is booming.
US-based Nimbus CD International will be integrated into Carlton's Technicolor Video division, the world's biggest producer of pre-recorded video cassettes.
In addition, every Fujifilm HQ and Super HG video cassette will carry an insert offering customers the opportunity take advantage of special TV Guide subscription offer as well as a chance to enter a cash giveaway sweepstakes.
The consumer durables in the case were appliances, furniture, televisions, stereos and video cassette recorders, which were leased to individuals under rent-to-own leases.
The video cassette can then be catalogued and kept as a record for possible future use.
The modern home is crammed with electronic gear--personal computers, sophisticated stereo systems, telephone answering machines, video cassette recorders.
Addonics Technologies today announced the Saturn Drive Cartridge System (SDCS), a high-capacity removable storage solution that allows users to hot swap drive cartridges just like they were a video cassette.
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They have cable television in their rooms, video cassette recorders, computers with Internet access, video game players, radios and stereos.