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02-15-2020, 04:36 PM
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Does anyone know if the Pioneer laserdisc players from Japan that have 100v 50/60Hz label, work in the US without a step up converter?
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02-15-2020, 08:38 PM
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If such converter exists that means it is required, Never had a Japanese machine that is 100v so I can't confirm.

And they do exist, So you might want to use one before you screw up something.
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10-14-2020, 10:40 AM
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Hello...you can really get a fair 6-head Hi-Fi Stereo multi-framework VHS VCR for around $150 US Dollars + delivering. The main issue, it will play that PAL VHS as PAL. That presumably doesn't do you no decent UNLESS you have a PC based catch framework that can catch PAL design video. On the off chance that you do, at that point you can catch it and either copy a PAL DVD-R or convert it to NTSC first and copy a NTSC DVD-R. The later is somewhat troublesome however should be possible. The previous will work on the grounds that there are USA models of DVD players that can play a PAL DVD and convert to NTSC on playback.
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10-14-2020, 12:15 PM
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Hello...you can really get a fair 6-head Hi-Fi Stereo multi-framework VHS VCR for around $150 US Dollars + delivering. The main issue, it will play that PAL VHS as PAL. That presumably doesn't do you no decent UNLESS you have a PC based catch framework that can catch PAL design video. On the off chance that you do, at that point you can catch it and either copy a PAL DVD-R or convert it to NTSC first and copy a NTSC DVD-R. The later is somewhat troublesome however should be possible. The previous will work on the grounds that there are USA models of DVD players that can play a PAL DVD and convert to NTSC on playback.
The OP is talking about Laser Discs not DVD or VHS.
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10-14-2020, 02:02 PM
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The OP is talking about Laser Discs not DVD or VHS.
That reply may be a spammer. We shall see. Lots of spammers online lately.

It's obviously (and badly) translated into English. Example = "framework" instead of "format".

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