Maxell 214150 T120GX/8PK VHS Cassette Standard Grade T-120, 6 Hour - 8 Pack
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Purchased these Maxell and expected the same thing to happen but to my surprise they work perfectly.
Only record in SP mode since most movies are edited to fit into 2 hour time frame anyway, and the two series I record are one hour each. Extended recording results in lower picture quality, and the manuals for my VCRs state that as well.
Taped recording was excellent and nearly identical to TV broadcast quality.
Only purchase 120 minute tapes now. Other tapes I have used over the years include TDK, Fuji, Sony, and RCA.
These Maxell are better by far.
As a rule I don't "archive" anything either, but recording in SP you have the choice. If the show isn't a "keeper" I just rewind the tape and record over it.
Not sure how many rerecordings I'll get on these Maxell, but have gotten about a dozen on other tape.
I got other brand with a bad luck, all had some type of statict stripes atter 4 hours of recording and pood sound.
Apparently the coating was low quality.
I don't use SP speed, because I'm not archiving TV shows. All I ask is that I be able to watch my programs with enough quality that I can see what the characters are doing.
I just bought a replacement VCR and these tapes. The picture quality (on EP) was intolerably grainy, similar to non-HDTV through an antenna. So after testing recording and playback on several brands of tape of different ages I returned my new JVC VCR and bought a Sony instead. But the new one's recordings were still very grainy. Oh no! But I took a deep breath and ran the same tests. Turns out the problem is these Maxell tapes! The Sony records acceptably well on my *old* videotapes. The quality isn't as good as my old broken RCA, but it's tolerable. --So this leaves me with the question of whether there are any affordable videotapes sold these days that are watchable?
I've used these cassettes for years, and they always perform well. But, as with any analog tapes, they do eventually stretch out and distort, requiring periodic replacement.
I use these cassettes for time-shifting and everyday recordings. There are better brands for archival recordings, but this does not concern me. Blank VHS tapes are for me a consumable product, and these do just fine for everyday recordings.
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I have ordered other VHS Cassette Tapes from Amazon before. They always worked very well. These Maxell 214150 T120GX/8PK VHS Cassette Standard are the worst VHS tapes that I ever... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Maryanne Gerardo
Great but... buy... great but not but ... stupid auto correctPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am very happy with the above mentioned VHS Cassettes. They arrived in perfect condition.Published 3 months ago by Sharon R. Smith
I'm still old school and tape the TV programs I would otherwise miss. Better than DVDs because I can tape 6 hours over and over.Published 3 months ago by Pamela D. Placeway