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11-30-2018, 11:37 AM
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Any other TBCs for sale? Seems to be the last piece of kit I need (wish I embarked on converting my tapes long ago when this stuff was more readily available).
Nope, not at the moment. And even unsure if more moments will come. TBCs have gotten really rare in the past 12-18 months, and the latest eBay auction was for an insane $900 for a TBC-1000.

The ES15+DVK TBC(ish) setup I have left is probably the best you'll come across. And it'll be both lower cost, and immediately available. For many scenarios, it's 99% as effective as full TBC. It's something we'd discuss in a PM. You'll need to tell me about your project, your sources, and I'll tell you if it will fit your needs. In some cases, namely anti-tearing, you'd have wanted an ES15 anyway, paired with a TBC.

(As a word of warning, the DVKs I've seen from eBay are pretty fubar. Even the ES15 are not all that great. As with VCRs, "tested" and "works" means nothing. I've gotten PMs by burners buyers. The 2nd-biggest problem is that both units are usually incomplete, and tracking down the pieces can be a slow nuisance. And then when you do complete both, with working "accessories" (ie required parts), the issues aren't done yet. With the ES15, you have both the 000000 and caps-related issues to watch for. But the 1st-biggest problem is that DVKs were studio gear, and often abused. I've been able to resuscitate some units for those burned buyers, but some not. And then, after all that is done, and the gear actually works correctly, you still must modify the unit to work well in a capture scenario. Sometimes trying to DIY from scrapped eBay gear isn't wise, especially if you're not well versed in it.)

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Does the IDen IVT-7 have the Sony 7 PIN Y/C 688 Dub input and is it also PAL compatible?
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Does the IDen IVT-7 have the Sony 7 PIN Y/C 688 Dub input and is it also PAL compatible?
Yes, it has the 7-pin DIN input.
I'm not sure about PAL.

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01-22-2019, 07:55 PM
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Any suggestions on what to use?? Seems the Datavideo and AVT options are out. I have a Panasonic ES15 but my video captures with it occasionally skips frames. I even tried capturing sans a capture device and just record a VHS to the DVD recorder and burn a disc with that. The test DVD still had a few skipped frames in spots. Should I try a different DVD recorder?? A different model?? The ES10 or another ES15?? I recently even tried the Hotronic AR31 to no avail. Didnt get a video signal. Are there any other TBC units suggested?? Are there any available?? For the record I need something with Composite video.
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PM me. I have a composite Cypress TBC available.

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Looks like I'm in the "need it" category for a TBC with S-Video. The struggle is real.
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Looks like I'm in the "need it" category for a TBC with S-Video. The struggle is real.
+1

Have been putting off building a capture rig for over 15 years, with the theory that A>D hardware will mature a bit more, while ignoring the crates of VHS and miniDV footage in my climate controlled basement, Finally revisiting this, and it looks hardware peaked around 2005.

Looking to build a rig from the ground up the right way, using reconditioned parts from a trusted vendor until I'm comfortable doing surgery and cleaning gear.
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Are there any available??
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Looks like I'm in the "need it" category for a TBC with S-Video.
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I've added several TBCs. Who wants one?

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Sent you a PM.
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I also sent you a PM. Thanks in advance!
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Anyone have a TBC-1000 available??
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Anyone have a TBC-1000 available??
This is my thread for the TBCs I have available. If you want to look for (request) something else, something I do not have available, then please open your own thread. Marketplace listings should remain on-topic to the original post.

That said, while the TBC-1000 is excellent, it's not the only TBC, nor even the end-all/be-all of TBCs.

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Well to be fair you said in a post above that you’ve added several TBC’s without actually specifying which ones they were. This was partly why I was asking since technically it wasn’t made fully clear you didn’t have it available. Second I never said that particular model was the best of the best. I was just seeking if you or anyone else in this thread had one available.
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Well to be fair you said in a post above that you’ve added several TBC’s without actually specifying which ones they were. This was partly why I was asking since technically it wasn’t made fully clear you didn’t have it available. Second I never said that particular model was the best of the best. I was just seeking if you or anyone else in this thread had one available.
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Lordsmurf have you ever heard of or used this type of TBC Leitch DPS-235 - Time Base Corrector & Proc Amp [TGP-5021]
newbee looking to do my own tapes.
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Lordsmurf have you ever heard of or used this type of TBC Leitch DPS-235 - Time Base Corrector & Proc Amp [TGP-5021]
newbee looking to do my own tapes.
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That's a rackmount broadcast TBC. Not suggested. Even my composite green AVT-8710 clone would be a better choice.

This is a marketplace listing (for sale) thread, not a general discussion thread.
Post further tech/advice questions about TBCs here: http://www.digitalFAQ.com/forum/video-restore

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Success! I've repaired a few units, those are now available.

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Success! I've repaired a few units, those are now available.
Just the AVT-8710 or are there others as well??
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Just the AVT-8710 or are there others as well??
Just Cypress units, yes, the "green" era AVT-8710 and "clones".

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Do you know if I.DEN IVT-7 can transcode U-mactic Y/C 688 to S-VHS Y/C 358? Do you have a scan of the manual?
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