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Big, heavy broadcast workhorse from the 1980s.

We're having a clear-out and this is an item we can happily move out of the way, not a conventional TBC by the understanding on here, this is a rack mount 2U 20kg beast from the world of broadcast.

We've used these with great success with domestic videotape, BUT you'll need appropriate hardware including 'locked' playback machines and capture, your Panasonic NV-FS200 won't play nicely with this, you'll probably get a scrolling, crap image. Unfortunately, I don't have a DOC to go with it, I think this was from a C-format setup or possibly UMatic, it is a digital unit and if you're into retrotech' it's probably an interesting 'tear down'.

230VAC only but will operate on 50/60Hz - Made in Japan, guess it's from around 1985/1986.

Functionally good, cosmetically okay.

100 GBP/$120 USD, postage to be arranged at a sensible rate by location. Happy to ship worldwide at your cost but please consider this is a PAL unit for 230VAC.
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