videon copying

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Les Symonds, Sep 9, 2003.

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    Les Symonds Guest

    I work with some special needs youngsters who are making their own
    videos. We need to make about 50 to 70 copies of our videos and are
    currently using two vcr's in tandem....it's a very slow process. Does
    anyone know where I can buy new or second-hand video copying equipment
    please?
     
    Les Symonds, Sep 9, 2003
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    Larry Jandro Guest

    You would be better off buying a stack of VCRs and an inexpensive A/V
    distribution amp. VCRs are dirt cheap these days.

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    Andys cam Guest

    I just bought 20 Sony HiFi VCRs at the local wholesale club (BJ's) for $49.00
    each. You can't find a used deck for less, why bother.
     
    Andys cam, Sep 9, 2003
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    MSu1049321 Guest

    Pawn shops sell VCR's for 15 dollars. Quality is sketchy, try them at the shop
    before you leave.
     
    MSu1049321, Sep 10, 2003
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  5. Why bother? A dub house will make 70 copies for about $125. Try Western
    Media Inc. www.westernmedia.com

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    Craig Scheiner, Sep 10, 2003
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