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The Toshiba DVD/VCR combo deck model D-VR4 is listed with this site as having an LSI filtering chipset on board:

Would anyone know if a similar model, D-VR4XSU uses this chipset, as well?
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That list was copied from the LSI Logic site. However, I'm pretty certain no Toshiba has ever used an LSI Logic chipset.
That may be a listing that was published before the model was created.

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