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James Burch
Sunday 23rd December 2001
5:07 pm U.K.

James@venturatv.co.uk

Hello, with reference to Eugenes BVU870p-do the VU lamps still light up? Depending on the design of the psu, it may have just gone into shutdown mode. The slugishness of the transport is due to the loading belt slipping but if the deck hasnt been used for ages, then the grease around the gearbox may have hardend causing more problems. The gearbox isnt easy to strip down. The board you shorted out is the DT board. I have service manuals and spare boards.

Art Chudabala
Sunday 23rd December 2001
4:15 am U.K.

siamjam@pacbell.net

Hello, I have a VO-5800 and I was wondering if the remote connector in the back of the deck can be converted to a 9-pin serial to use for deck control via RS-422? What do I need to be able to have deck control and timecode for capturing to FCP 2!?HELP PLEASE!

Peter Phipp
Friday 21st December 2001
10:16 pm U.K.

peter@travelpictures.co.uk

Full Service Manuals for sale ; Sony V)8800P... 25 ; the two BVU870P service manuals (each as thick as telephone directory) 40 for both. all in VGC. phone 8878 2226 (london richmond) or email. Peter Phipp. Also for sale Hitachi FP21 in excellent condition. 500. including flight case.

Eugene
Thursday 20th December 2001
10:11 pm U.K.

eugene@pncl.co.uk

Hello,

I have a Sony BVU 870 that i have recently acquired.

We plugged it in at work and it appeared to do something (try to load) but everythign seemsed very sluggish.

this was after I opened the lid.

I closed the lid and noticed that all the meters went out and so i opened the lid to have a look and saw that the board above the transport had net been seated properly and i think that the reinforcement in the middle of the top of the machine has touched the power rails for that board.

Has anyone any suggestions aas to what has porbably been blown (it appears that the Transport controls do not respond).

All the fuses in the back seem OK and all the edit buttons flash and blink correctly.

Even better, if anyone has a service manual that could be e-mailed, I would be very happy.

many thanks

Eugene Mark Sully.

(PS> On the subject, does anyone know what the servo fault is on the Betamax HF100 where the head becomes unstable and then stops?).

cheersEMS

Gail
Monday 10th December 2001
1:57 pm U.K.

g.borneman@dpfp.org

I have 3 beta machines and have 508 beta movies that I would like to sell. All are in excellent condition. If interested - please e-mail me with an offer. All 3 machines are in excellent condition. I am moving and I don't have the space for these movies and machines.

janelle
Friday 7th December 2001
3:51 pm U.K.

shoot@mustardlondon.com

Hi! We are looking for new or recycled black UMatic cases...about 1000 of them, so if we can take them off your hands, please contact us. We'll also be interested in the odd few if anyone has them for sale. Thanks!

George Tucker
Friday 7th December 2001
3:11 pm U.K.

georget@swinyc.com

Hello all: I work for an Audio Visual installation and design group in NYC as an automation programmer. We have installed a number of referbished VP-9000 decks in a multi-media conference room at the clients request. Currently we are controlling the decks via the front panel Remote connector _( by basically stripping the IR carrier to send a qausi RS-232 signal). This works fine except the client does not like the cable out the front. This unit also has the IF-132 card installed. short of using contact closures on the multi-pin connector _( the control frame does not have enough Relay / closures left)_ I was looking into the RX data in connection. Do any of you fine folks have any information, protocol manuals, or relevant expierence using this early form of Sony Transport control ? Any help would be greatly appreciated. George Tucker Show Control Engineer Scharff Weisberg NYC

George Rivera
Thursday 6th December 2001
6:14 pm U.K.

alvyster_george_rivera@yahoo.com

I'm looking for suppliers for Sony and Ampex U-matic tapes. Please send me contact information via email.

Stefan Kraft
Thursday 6th December 2001
3:22 pm U.K.

skraft@ob.kamp.net

Hello,

I recently aquired a VO-5630 machine for cheap. I m thinking about combining it with an edit machine and a JVC or Sony edit controller. Can I use the 5630 in this combination? Any opinions on the edit machine I should buy?

Thanks a lot.

-Stefan

Thomas
Wednesday 5th December 2001
6:27 pm U.K.

th.klausnitz@t-online.de

I need a manual for Sony BVU -800. Where i can download or request them?! PDF Format, web page?!Would be nice in german?!

Florian
Tuesday 4th December 2001
2:19 pm U.K.

f.rederer@schokolade.tv

Hi Guys, I am looking for the manual for the U-Matic Sony 5630?Help!!!!!!!!!!!!!Pleaaaaaaaaaase!

matt
Tuesday 4th December 2001
1:00 pm U.K.

matt@tfgtv.co.uk

VHS is a world standard and very common in the UK

What may be a problem is if you are in a country which uses the NTSC colour system (the U.S. etc). Though many uk home VCRs do offer NTSC playback.

Cynthia
Tuesday 4th December 2001
2:32 am U.K.

MaxisOriginals@aol.com

I need to know if a UK vcr with a Pal system can play a VHS tape, can someone e-mail me with that information please? Thank you.

Stephen
Sunday 2nd December 2001
11:17 pm U.K.

sjb@la.com

"??????? What a load of ol' pony! :-)"Mm...whoops. Yeah, well, I was writing an article on digital audio reproduction and conversion at the same time - 3am - and that's what comes of writing without engaging the brain first...It's called Jeffrey Archer syndrome I believe...

:-)

Roland Pickett
Sunday 2nd December 2001
8:35 pm U.K.

rpe@sitesource.co.uk

Mark - what you have is a "C" format reel to reel 1" recorder.This works very similarly to the old reel to reel sound tape recorders except that a rotating head (usually only one) lays the video track and a separate magnetic static head lays the audio tracks - much the same as all VCR's. I used to own a pair of these made by IVC.

Mark Parrott
Sunday 2nd December 2001
6:34 pm U.K.

mark.parrot@ntlworld.com

Need some help here if possible. Just got hold of a Sony reel-to-reel video recorder called a sonymatic. Is this any relation to the u-matic format? It uses a large stationary video head that the tape wraps round in a large U-shape. Don't work very well at the moment, but I'm working on it. Think it's from the 70's.

Cheers,

Marky P.

Tim
Sunday 2nd December 2001
5:10 pm U.K.

djpartianymal@lineone.net

Hello-Wanted!!

I am in need of a battery pack (or any other accessories )for a JVC BY110 3 tube camera or similar please. Model number for battery pack is DC-C11-Thanks. Timbo.

Pepse
Sunday 2nd December 2001
7:37 am U.K.

jmsekola@chibardun.net

Well, for anybody that remembers my posts from this past Sept., I have a Wollensak VP-205, which as I just discovered is the same as a Sony VP-1000; as there is one on Ebay at the starting price of $1.00; it ends in 7 days if anyone wants a piece of nostalgia. In my case I can't see spending $32.00 shipping plus the cost of the deck for the power cord. Yeah, I'm still looking for a power cord for this Wollensak. Obviously I'm in no big hurry or I would've found something for it by now. The 2 places I thought would've had such a cord didn't. They both said call MCM Electronics. Maybe, if I don't trip over one around here. Oh, the Ebay for that VP-1000 is: 1304216738 . Later. Pepse.

Jim Middleton
Saturday 1st December 2001
9:32 pm U.K.

jim.middleton@virgin.net

I have, for sale, a Panasonic F10 mark 2 (F15) in good nick c/w af lens, a couple of mics and a hard case. Will record to VHS SVHS and U-Matic. Lead only for vhs.Also a Panasonic NV180b recorder in v good nick.Used for wedding and hobby work, well looked after. Offers? In the UK - NWest.

Col Brannon
Saturday 1st December 2001
8:30 am U.K.

ColBrannon@mail.com

I have a Sony VO-2630 machine plus a tape that I no longer use. If anyone is interested in it please make me an offer.

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