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01-18-2021, 01:21 PM
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I bought an original green AVT-8710 TBC from lordsmurf in april last year to help digitize my VHS tapes. This process if now complete. Since there is only a limited amount of these devices still out there I think it is time that this unit finds a new home.

Note: This late production unit has a quirk where it hates JVC menus. Hence the "AG1980 only" sticker.

Price is $1540 and I am willing to send all over the world.


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Hates the menus such as the menu freezes ?
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01-23-2021, 07:26 AM
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Some freezing, sort of, but not entirely.

It was an odd latter production green TBC, one I'd not seen before, nor since. It's not a black AVT-8710, it doesn't have the same ghosting or frame sticking issue. It's similar to the flawed BVTBC, but nowhere near as bad (as BV has issues at stop/start and pause, not just JVC menus). At first, I thought some shyster had put a black AVT-8710 in a green case, but that wasn't it.

The JVC menus are simply unstable. That's because JVC menus are not 100% compliant NTSC or PAL. While that usually means the TBC will be unstable elsewhere, that just wasn't the case here. I ran long burn-in tests on this unit, expecting to see a flaw somewhere, but did not. I tried to make it choke and gag on VHS footage, like a black AVT-8710 does, but it chugged along like a green unit.

It was flawless on my then-working AG-1980, and likely other Panasonics.

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Thank you for the answer, lordsmurf.

For my part, I can say that the TBC worked fine while capturing some thirty VHS tapes with my Blaupunkt RTV 966 VCR (rebranded Panasonic NV-HS 1000) and AJA Kona LSe card.
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