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Wharfedale Evo 4.2

hrishi8587

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Nov 17, 2014
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40
Points
8
Location
Mysore
I am looking for a good VCR in fully working condition.
I don't mind if it is DVD VCR combo
 

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Dr.Lakshay

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Apr 7, 2017
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462
Points
43
Location
Ghaziabad
Hi i have a couple of vcr lying around. Haven't used for long. But should be in working condition.
 

v.anand

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Joined
Oct 20, 2009
Messages
32
Points
8
Location
Bangalore
Hi hrishi8587, I have a National VCR in working condition. Let me know if you are interested.
 

sgautam

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Joined
Aug 23, 2012
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350
Points
43
Location
Nellore
Hi, hope you got the VCR which you were searching for. I also listed for one but didn't get any response. If you are interested to record programs then you can try to get a DVD Recorder.

If you intend to use the old cassettes then good luck for you. I could source a very good VCR thru OlX, but a few cassettes developed fungus and the tape snapped in a couple. However when I refresh the cassettes and record, the recordings are good. Anyway I managed to convert all the working cassettes to DVDs. Pl try to share your experience.
 

hrishi8587

Member
Joined
Nov 17, 2014
Messages
40
Points
8
Location
Mysore
Hi, hope you got the VCR which you were searching for. I also listed for one but didn't get any response. If you are interested to record programs then you can try to get a DVD Recorder.

If you intend to use the old cassettes then good luck for you. I could source a very good VCR thru OlX, but a few cassettes developed fungus and the tape snapped in a couple. However when I refresh the cassettes and record, the recordings are good. Anyway I managed to convert all the working cassettes to DVDs. Pl try to share your experience.
Hi, hope you got the VCR which you were searching for. I also listed for one but didn't get any response. If you are interested to record programs then you can try to get a DVD Recorder.

If you intend to use the old cassettes then good luck for you. I could source a very good VCR thru OlX, but a few cassettes developed fungus and the tape snapped in a couple. However when I refresh the cassettes and record, the recordings are good. Anyway I managed to convert all the working cassettes to DVDs. Pl try to share your experience.
I was using a Samsung DVD VCR combo but it unfortunately stopped working since a month. Tried to get it repaired but was told it cannot be.
So I am looking to replace it. I don't want to buy those which the owner isn't sure of its working condition and simply dump in my room or dispose it.
 

kvijay.svg

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Nov 4, 2018
Messages
210
Points
28
Location
Ind
I am having national panasonic 3 head vcr in working condition. I you are interested. Let me know.
 
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