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01-21-2018, 02:46 PM
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Professional SVHS VCR as seen in pics, comes with power cord and adaptor for BNR to composite video output.
Local pick up in Toronto Canada area free.

If shipping, within Canada, Canada Post rate applies, please contact me, it will be higher if destination outside Canada and you add tracking etc.

Has been in storage. No box, machine, power cord as per pics. Downsizing, hope to find someone who knows these machines.

Sold as is $250 USD, accept Paypal as payment. if interested please email lbkakutoku@yahoo.ca

Specs on this https://www.cnet.com/products/panasonic-ag-1980/specs/


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Has it been thoroughly tested for bad caps?

These should all be looked at:
- TBC (brightness, darkness, chroma noise)
- chroma
- IRE / brightness
- LED dimness
- emitting PSU noises

Those all should be evaluated. Otherwise it'll be a hard sell. A problem deck is automatic $350 extra for a repair, and getting those repairs in Canada has thus far proven tricky.


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01-21-2018, 10:18 PM
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I don't know how to measure those but projecting on a monitor the picture looks normal.
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At very least, see if the image darkness/brightness changes at all when the TBC is turned on/off. Any change, no matter how minute, is a sign of an imminent caps fail.

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