Browse the 10 Best Discounts on VHS Players from well known audio and video equipment manufacturers. All discounts updated in real-time and all VHS Players can be delivered to most popular international destinations.
- 4-head hi-fi VCR with plug-and-play setup
- Commercial skip, 60-second flash rewind, and instant replay
- Digital autotracking adjustment; 8-event/1-month programming timer
- Rear composite inputs and outputs; front AV jacks
- Hi-fi stereo recording and MTS stereo broadcast reception
- 4-head, high-fidelity mono VCR
- Digital picture and tracking correction automatically adjust the picture
- Front and rear composite A/V inputs
- Commercial skip, program-end search, variable-speed fast forward and reverse
- Measures 14.19 x 3.69 x 9.56 inches (W x H x D)
- It is a DVD Player and a VCR recorder
- Records from Line In
- Great for playing movies
- Progressive Scan Video Out
- A cable box, satellite box, or other external tuner source sold separately is needed for recording live television.
- Progressive Output (480p) for DVD Player
- Multi Brand TV Remote Control
- CD, MP3, and JPEG Playback
- 4-Head Hi-Fi Stereo
- Flash Rewind: Rewind a T-120 tape in around 120 seconds
About VHS Players:
It was announced in 2016 that the last ever VHS player was being produced. It was a hard day for those who still hold on to their old VHS tapes which quit being produced in 2008. Many people have a stash of old favorites such as Disney movies and westerns that are expensive to replace on DVD or can’t be found on DVD.
Additionally, many people have old home movie tapes that require a VHS player to watch. Since the machines quit being produced, what is a person supposed to watch these on? There is hope! A lot of people are selling VHS players on eBay and other such auction sites so you can always find a replacement there. However, there are also a few DVD/VHS combo systems that are lingering in the market as well. If you already own a VHS player, it may be wise to hang onto it and take it to a repair shop if it goes on the fritz as these types of players are a quickly dying breed. You may also want to consider converting all of your VHS tapes to DVD. This will save you the heartache that one day will appear when you can no longer find any VHS players on the market.