TDK T-120 VHS Cassette - 6 Hour
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In addition, you can record onto these tapes using different speeds so that the tape records two hours worth recording time, four hours worth recording time and six hours worth of recording. (You use your VCR to set this.) The best image quality will be at two hours worth of recording time but many people say they're satisfied with the image they get using the six hour recording time speed.
The tapes allow you hours upon hours of viewing enjoyment because you record onto them over and over again countless times although after some use the picture quality will eventually begin to gradually deteriorate.
Unfortunately, these tapes cannot produce the same quality recording reproduction as a digitalized copy would give you. This means that if, hypothetically, you were to copy a DVD-R onto another DVD-R instead of a TDK blank VHS tape, the quality of the audio-visual media on the DVD-R copy would be sharper and clearer than a TDK tape or any other brand of video tape could give you. Moreover, VHS tapes can break if not handled with care. These shortcomings frustrate me and therefore I will have to take off one star to make this a four star review.
The tapes have small pieces of plastic on the narrow front edge of each VHS tape which you can punch out easily so that accidental recording over an existing recording is impossible.Read more ›
i record hours upon hours of all types of programs and after viewing i
record on it again. tdk , a leader in vhs tapes and much , much more stood
the challenge i gave it. brand name , quality and price was the reason for this purchase. note: keep your tapes in vhs plastic containers , buy
a quality vhs head cleaner ( make sure if your vhs is wet or dry for
cleaning ) and these tapes will last quite awhile. i suggest not putting in old tapes of any sort because it will eventually wear out your player.
a tdk wet or dry cleaner works great. remember, u get what u pay for and
with tdk and proper care your all set. ps: if u are going to record thru
your vcr or digital camera their are higher grades by tdk and i suggest
you get those so u can view for many yrs to come. don barajas
TDK was and still is my first choice in blank videotapes, especially the higher grade tapes, if you can find them. If you can't find the TDK brand on Amazon, try Radio Shack and CVS. The color rendition and the lack of tape or cassette problems, have made this my brand of choice. Not a lot more to be said, other than that the general lack of VHS popularity has resulted in the increasing scarcity of blank and pre-recorded videotapes being made by any company. With cable on-demand television programs becoming more available, I don't need to tape as many programs as I used to. I still record a few programs for later viewing that aren't yet available on-demand, and I also record TV specials that I wish to save for my own video library, such as concerts and biographies of famous singers and musicians. I don't really care to keep up-to-date on the latest video recording mediums and gadgets, so I just stick with using my familiar VHS recorders.
Manufacturer: © 2008 Imation Corp., 1 Imation Place, Oakdale, MN 55128-3414 USA; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; web: tdk-media.com. Made in China.
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Great that I can still find these and the TDK Quality--thanks AmazonPublished 8 months ago by HAPPY IN INDIANA
Great for recording melee on a crt if you have a built in vhs recorder.Published 12 months ago by Tebe
Just normal T120 VHS cassettes nothing special not SVHS or anything. The quality of the plastic is noticeably cheaper and lighter than my older cassettes from 20 years ago.Published 13 months ago by Captain corona