video cassette


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video cassette

or

videocassette

n
(Electronics) a cassette containing video tape
Translations
videokaseta

video cassette

nvideocassetta
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For nearly three decades, consumers have captured life's most precious events on video cassette tape.
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.
Available on video cassette and in a digital format DVD at $29.
Dixons says demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically since the middle of the 1990s.
Dixons say demand for video cassette recorders has fallen dramatically since the middle of the 1990s.
During the raid, more than 300 cassettes and DVDs were seized and officers found 10 video cassette recorders, two DVD players and two TV sets linked up, copying further tapes.
NEWHALL - Instead of finding presents under their tree on Christmas morning, residents of a Newhall retirement home awoke to discover that someone had stolen their big-screen television and two video cassette recorders overnight.
At least 15% of rooms will be designated business class, equipped with video cassette players, combo printer/copy/fax/scanners, two phone lines with dataport and speakerphone capabilities and cordless dual-line phones.
Millions of units 1996 2000 Audio cassette tape 1833 1500 Video cassette tape 1181 1190 Recordable minidiscs 35 275 Floppy disc 3260 1535 CD-Rom 79 510
DVDs were launched in the US last year and shops have sold 200,000 players already - far more than the equivalent sales figures for video cassette recorders when they were launched in 1975.
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.