Featured models

Browse by date
β J F M A M J J A S O N D
1999                        
2000                        
2001                        
2002                        
2003                        
2004                        
2005                        
2006                        
2007                        
2008                        
2009                        
2010                        
2011                        
2012                        
2013                        
2014                        
2015                        
2016                        
2017  

Chat Page News
Friday 28th April 2017

Please bookmark http://chat.palsite.com/chat_page.py as the new URL.

previous new post   refresh  next
daniel collins
Sunday 2nd March 2003
1:30 pm U.K.

[email protected]

hii whant a Philips N1520 with about 50 tapes will pay a lot of money if it is what i whant dan

Steve Burrell
Sunday 2nd March 2003
5:23 am U.K.

[email protected]

Is There Anyone Out There Who Can Repair A Pye 20VR22 For Me. It Has Got A Tape Stuck Inside It. It Also Does Not Respond To Setting Time, I Would Very Much Like To Get It Working Again As I Have Been Given A Lot Of Television Recordings On Tapes And I,m Dying To Watch Them Cool 80,s Programmes And Music. Please Help Me, I Will Pay The Kind Person For Their Time And Expert Work, I Have No Idea How They Function Or Run Properly Or How To Repair Them. I Live In The Midlands,Maybe There,s Someone Local,I Don,t Know, Perhaps You Do? Best Wishes All, Steve Burrell.

danie
Saturday 1st March 2003
1:08 pm U.K.

[email protected]

can someone help me i whant to find out about phillips n1700 and phillips n1500 but i whant a website about it so i can find out about it and where to get one.

Paul
Friday 28th February 2003
4:47 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I'm unfamiliar with v.c.r. parts terminology,so I apologise for asking simple questions.I have a Grundig Stereo vcr dated 1982 inside.The picture became poor,so I took the lid off it to see if I could improve it by fiddling about inside. Well, I ruined two small parts inside the spinning 'capstan'-like thing. I don't know what they're called, but they are about 1.5cm long,0.75 cm wide and 1.5 mm thick.They were set 180 deg. opposed to each other with their curved ends inline with the circumference of the 'capstan'. I deduce from reading up that they are a peizo-electric micro-adjustment device for keeping the reader/writer in line as tracks on the tape. I'm not bothered about a decent quality picture, so can these parts be replaced with something bodged up at home,as I don't want to spend anything to repair it. Thanks in advance.

mel noonan
Thursday 27th February 2003
9:30 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have stored a Philips PAL N1500 VCR and tapes since when they became obsolete, checking it occasionaly over the years, but now it is finally not working. I had a look inside and all the rubber belts have perished. Does anyone know if it's possible to find replacements?...and if so, can anyone supply information on just where and how the belts should be fitted. Failing this, is anyone interested? I have a lot of tapes of TV transmissions from back then.

top on
Thursday 27th February 2003
11:30 am U.K.

[email protected]

where can i find out whot the micro chips in my vcr do

Sergio
Wednesday 26th February 2003
11:32 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hello Betaphiles and Video 2000 Club

If your remotes is broken or isn't to function. http://www.mediasat.com/content.asp?L=1&IdMen=106 http://www.mediasat.com/content.asp?SUBC=632&L=1

This remote is the market only in Italy.

Sergio. Ok

Harvey
Wednesday 26th February 2003
4:10 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hi there,

I am looking for a kind individual who may be able to tell me where I can purchase a Grundig Video 2000 machine that will play tapes from around 1986/87.It is going to be a gift for my father who has many V2000 cassettes that he cannot play since his machine packed up.Any helpful emails will greatly appreciated.Please subject the emails as "Video 2000".Many thanks.

Sergio
Tuesday 25th February 2003
12:06 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hello Betaphiles and Video 2000 Clubs.

I'm Italian. My colleague Marco (work) have got videorecorder portable Sony SL-F1 and tuner TT -F1.

Today, I have bought 3 videocassettes Sony, catalogue year in 1984-85, that they are new: 2 Beta Dynamicron L-125 and 1 Video 2000 Dynamicron VCC-360 in store discs. I have only paid 20Euro! The same store, the videocassettes are exausted!

Ok.

Marco Mazzia
Sunday 23rd February 2003
1:58 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Sorry for my english...... I have an old Philips VR 2840, bought in 1985, unused since years because of two problems... and maybe someone resolved them.

1) Since the very first times, it had a record problem: if you press record(or even when it starts from timer) and the heads aren't running yet, the recordings are corrupted in a strange way, you have b/w images, but not color, and with a noisy flashes (crominance information?) that corrupt all with a frequency of about 2/3 of second.It is difficult to explain with words but, if you have already seen it, you can understand what i mean.The records are ok, almost all the times, if you play the tape, that is running, and AFTER you press record, so that it seem to be a problem of tracking/speed?

2) It is years that I don't use it, so the memory backup is gone...... when mains fail, you have to reprogram all... and it is a bit boring.Which component i have to change?

Thank you in advance, if someone can help me, I wish to use it i a control camera vcr system.

Troy
Saturday 22nd February 2003
10:15 am U.K.

[email protected]

Everyone.

Though this is not related to Video 2000's I have to mention this as it's important.

My mate Doug in Victoria Australia whom has a collection of vintage video equipment is getting rid of three 2 inch Quad VTRs as he needs space for some LMS machines. As there's virtually no marketing in 2 inch VTRs he's going to get them destroyed for scrap metal unless someone is willing to take them off his hands. The 2 inch VTRs are: RCA TR-61, RCA TR-70 and an Ampex AVR-2 all in PAL format. These are very few remaining 2 inch quad VTRs left in Australia.

Anyhow I was wondering if anyone here is interested in these VTRs or know of anyone who is interested in them? If so then here's Doug's email address for you's to contact [email protected] . Also contact me too at [email protected] or [email protected] . I'll be asking around on various message boards and groups and emailing various video companies to see if I can find anyone who's interested as well as I desperately want to see these VTRs go to a good home instead of being bulldozed and used as scrap metal.

Lastly a few things to mention, the suitable environment for these machines would be a room with a tiled or carpeted floor and air conditioning is preferrable too especially in hot weather conditions. Also Doug uses 60 psi of absolute dry compressed air when operating these VTRs.

Troy

jonnyjo
Friday 21st February 2003
8:08 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hello video 2000 fans.

I have an orginal folder about the philips VR2870.I have also a pictures about the mini 2000 recorder.

Does anyone needs an VR2840? I have 5 recorders, but i only need 2 of them.

Regards

anton georg rossi
Thursday 20th February 2003
9:37 am U.K.

[email protected]

the other day I have spoken with a old technician of Grundig of BOLOGNA ( ITALY )and he has confirmed of to have seen the machine v2000 2 x 4 stereo-reverse. to its opinion it seems that it has been commercialized. but miniv2000 it has not never seen them. In the next few days I will send you the images of the last v2000 Philips vr2870 HiFi PCM, of miniV2000 vp200 and the VP300 mini video cassette, the adapter vma2000 and one small image of the video recorder Grundig 2X4 Stereo-reverse 8 hours in Standard play without to turn the tape

l'altro giorno io ho parlato con un esperto tecnico della grundig di Bologna e mi ha confermato di avere visto la macchina v2000 stereo reverse. a suo parere sembra che siastato commercializzato. ma i miniv2000 non li ha mai visti.Nei prossimi giorni vi manderò le immagini dello ultimo v2000 Philips vr2870 HiFi PCM, del miniV2000 vp200 e VP300 la mini videocassetta , l'adattatore vma2000 e una piccola immagine del videoregistratore grundig 2X4 STEREO-REVERSE 8 ore in Standard play senza girare il nastro

Sergio
Wednesday 19th February 2003
8:56 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hi people,

I have copied and I regarded the videoplayer Pioneer LD-W1 NTSC in order to change to 2 discs and double quantity tray without need to turn the disc.http://www.laserdiscarchive.co.uk/laserdisc_archive/pioneer/pioneer_ld-w1/pioneer_ld-w1.htm

Video 2000 reverse for mechanical:I have noticed the tray loading motorized in position high and low for reversible and the drum-stand fixed type wide for rotary heads and DTF bidirectional (2 capstan) or the fixed tray loading and the drum-stand fixed type wide type to double ring of the rotary heads and DTF in parallel 2 directional separates (always 2 capstan).

Ok. Sergio

Sergio
Wednesday 19th February 2003
8:27 am U.K.

[email protected]

For Peter L.,

The videorecorder Philips VHS VR-6560 based like design Video2000 VR-2334. The videorecorder Grundig VHS VS -200 based like design Video2000 model 2000.

Ok.Sergio

Sergio
Wednesday 19th February 2003
8:25 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hi Peter L,

They are first 2 VHS in commerce, year 1984, Philips VR6560 and Grundig VS200. Both monophonic and the maximum duration 5 hours on E-300 video cassette.

Goodbye.Sergio

Chris Fenn
Tuesday 18th February 2003
9:38 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hi people! Does anybody know where either I can get a old Phillips 1700 VCR or where I can get tapes transfered onto VHS? Ive been given 150 1700 tapes and need them to be transfered. Anybody please help??

Peter L
Monday 17th February 2003
12:31 pm U.K.

[email protected]

What are the models (type codes) for the first Philips VHS in 1984-1985 based on the Video2000-design?

Cameron Beattie
Wednesday 12th February 2003
5:12 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have 9 pre-recorded tapes for the V2000 which I'll sell for £20 plus postage. Anyone interested?

anton georg rossi
Tuesday 11th February 2003
1:03 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Sergiolatino tu sei informato su tutti i sistemi compresi LVR ed altri meno conosciuti. SEI UN GRANDE APPASSIONATO del video e della sua storia. Io mi complimento con te.

Sergiolatino you are informed on all known comprised systems LVR and other less. You are A GREAT FAN of the video and its history. I compliment myself with you.

Sergio
Tuesday 11th February 2003
12:02 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Bauer/Bosch/Blaupunkt

1978 VTR 1004 reel black and white1981 Bosch/Bauer has to refuse standard CVC from Technicolor, but Bosch/Bauer has to project reel type VTR 1004 versione colour1981 VTR 1004 reel colour1981 VHS1982 VHS-C1988 8mm and S-VHS1989 S-VHS-C1990-91 Hi-8mmFrom 1997, Bosch/Blaupunkt has abadoned the sector of video, but now, audio car's Blaupunkt only.

Sergio
Tuesday 11th February 2003
11:54 am U.K.

[email protected]

History videorecorders/videocameras normal or prototype from 1971

Grundig

1971 VCR1977 VCR-LP1978 SV1979 Video 20001981 CVC (prototype)1982 VMC 2000 (prototype)1984 VHS1985 VHS-C1990 8mm e Hi-81996 MiniDV

Philips

1971 VCR1977 VCR-LP1979 Video 20001982 8mm Metal Evaporated (prototype)1982 Betamax videorecorder Marantz only (Sanyo OEM) 1984 VHS1985 VHS-C1990 Hi-8

Sony NTSC and PAL

1971 U-matic1973 Betamax (similar VX Quasar prototype)1975 Betamax1981 Video Movie (prototype similar MicroMV!)1982 Beta Hi-Fi1982 8mm Metal Evaporated (prototype)1982 Betacam videorecorder professional1984 8mm1985 Hi-Band Beta and SuperBeta 1986 Super Hi-Band Beta 1987 ED-Beta1988 Hi-8 1988 VHS1990 S-VHS1995 DV standard and MiniDV1996 DVCAM videorecorder professional1998 D-VHS1999 Digital 82000 MicroMV

JVC/Matsushita NTSC and PAL

1971 U-VCR (U-matic)1974 Betamax (prototype)1974-75 VX videorecorder Quasar (Panasonic) only 1976 VHS1982 8mm Metal Evaporated (prototype)1982 UCM (smaller VHS before VHS-C)1982 VHS-C1986 S-VHS1987 S-VHS-C1993 W-VHS videorecorder JVC only1995 DV standard and MiniDV1996 DVCPro videorecorder professional Panasonic only1997 D-VHS

Akai

1971 VT-5 reel black and white1974 VT-5 reel colour1977 Activideo (similar Betamax) black and white1977 VHS mode SP/LP NTSCFrom 1978 to now same JVC/Panasonic1994 8mm and Hi-8 (Akai NTSC) ?

Sanyo/Toshiba

1972 V-Cord I black and white1974 V-Cord II colour1976-77 Betacord (Betamax) mode BI/BII (1977) NTSC1979 LVR 1/2 (Toshiba prototype)1982 Beta Hi-Fi1984 VHS1985 Hi-Band Beta and SuperBeta 1985 8mm (Sanyo)1986 VHS-C (Toshiba)1987 S-VHS1988 S-VHS-C (Toshiba)1989 Hi-8 (Sanyo)1994 8mm and Hi-8 (Toshiba NTSC) ?1997 D-VHS

anton georg rossi
Tuesday 11th February 2003
7:53 am U.K.

[email protected]

For Sergiolatino. Mysterious 2x4 the super stereo-reverse of which I spoke to you I have seen it leaf through an old review of video of 1982 where they introduced mini-v2000, the models vp200 and vp300, the portable adapter wma2000 and the only vr2200 v2000 (cassette standard) PHILIPS sold also from Grundig and others. Consideration: the minivideo2000 it has not been launch on mercatoper the two reasons: 1): LOSS OF TIME WITH SYSTEM CVC FUNAI THAT HAS CONFUSED THE IDEAS TO THE CONSUMERS YOU SEE MODEL VP100.2): the Philips was it participated in the study of the video8 together to SONY HITACHI MATSUSHITA JVC, but that last the two worked also for the Vhs-c. FOR this reason to Grundig (controlled from the PHILIPS) abandoned the plan.

Per Sergiolatino. Il misterioso 2x4 super stereo-reverse di cui ti parlavo lo ho visto sfogliando una vecchia rivista di video del 1982 dove presentavano la mini-v2000, i modelli vp200 e vp300, l'adattatore wma2000 e l'unico portatile vr2200 v2000 (cassetta standard) PHILIPS venduto anche dalla grundig e altri. Considerazione: il minivideo2000 non è stato lanciato sul mercatoper due motivi: A): PERDITA DI TEMPO CON IL SISTEMA CVC FUNAI CHE HA CONFUSO LE IDEE AI CONSUMATORI VEDI MODELLO VP100 B9: la philips era intententa nello studio del video8 assieme a SONY HITACHI MATSUSHITA JVC, solo che le ultime due lavoravano anche per il VHS-C. PER questa ragione alla Grundig ( controllata dalla PHILIPS )hanno abbandonato il progetto.

Sergio
Monday 10th February 2003
2:11 pm U.K.

[email protected]

For Anton George Rossi and Marco NL and Forum Video 2000

Lo so tutto che ho letto tuo e-mail. Credo che i modelli portatili VMC vendevano solamente il distributore Grundig Italiana S.p.A. a Trento ed impossibile trovare tutti i negozi italiani. I modelli di Grundig 2X8X (4 cifre) significano la doppia velocità ed i modelli 2X0X (4 cifre) significano singola velocità con 4 ore per lato anche il marchio italiano Minerva. Ma non ho articolo o rivista specializzata per modello prototipo Grundig 2x4 super reverse stereo neanche ricercare internet di forum Video 2000.Giusto per multitraccia PCM: Le 2 tracce dell'inclinazione delle piste registrate ha una traccia audio PCM e una traccia video come video 8 PCM.Pensare a VHR 2000 = Video High Resolution 2000 (alta banda con video analogico) e Data 216:9 (alta definizione 16:9 con video digitale), ma ho fatto il disegno logo originale Data 216:9 e sta per finire di calcolare nuova lunghezza durata (anche metri e velocità al nastro) per video digitali come D-VHS (Data VHS) D-Theater Region 2 e Data Beta (ho fatto il disegno logo originale) nel mio computer, anche è il mio sogno.

I know all that I have read your email. Creed that the portable models VMC sold only the distributor Italian Grundig joint-stock corporation to Trento (North Italy) and impossible to find all the storees Italian. The models of Grundig 2X8X (4 figures) mean the double speed and models 2X0X (4 figures) mean single speed with 4 hours for side also the Italian brand Minerva OEM. But I do not have article or specialistic review for model Grundig prototype 2x4 super reverse stereo noalso to search forum Internet Video 2000. Just for multitrace PCM: The 2 traces of the inclination of the recorded tracks have one audio trace PCM and one trace video like video 8 PCM. To think next to VHR 2000 = Video High Resolution 2000 (high band with video analogic) and Data 216:9 (high definition 16:9 with digital video), but I have made the design logo original Data 216:9 and it is in order to end to calculate new length duration (also meters and speeds to the tape) for video digital like D-VHS (Data VHS) D-Theater Region 2 and Data Beta (I have made the design logo originatel) in my computer, also it is my dream.

Ok.

anton georg rossi
Monday 10th February 2003
1:14 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Per sergiolatino e tutti gli amici del forum.I modelli vp -200, vp-300 come le relative videocassette chiamate mini o baby e l'adattatore wmc120 sono solo prototipi o almeno in Italia non sono mai stati commercializzati. ma a me piacerebbe essere contradetto. La grundig nello stesso periodo stava per produrre un v2000 con autoreverse detto " 2x4 super-reverse stereo " il quale permetteva di non rigirare la videocassetta, forse fu abbandonato questo progetto a causa della incalzante stategia del VHS e proposero le versioni LP (2080 - 2280 -2280a )con 8 ore per lato .Pensare ad un super video 2000 a banda estesa ,con longplay (XL) , stereo per le audio-testine lineari , Hi-Fi stereo per la traccia digitale PCM, ( con la possibilità della multitraccia PCM come nei video8)., e nello stesso tempo ad un Camcorder a tre ccd con le mini-videocassette V2000. Il tutto compatibile con lo standard di 20 anni fa, ma con banda estesa come Hi -band- Beta o Hi8, e nastri al metallo evaporato... questo è il mio sogno... Prodotto dalla PHILIPS GRUNDIG SONY.Quando mi tocca usare i miei VHS e vedere quelle righe nella ricerca veloce e regolare il tracking, mi assale una rabbia.

For sergiolatino and all the friends of the forum. The models vp -200, vp-300 as the relative video cassettes calls mini or baby and the adapter wmc120 are alone prototypes or at least in Italy never have not been commercialize to you. but to me it would appeal to to be contrasaid. Grundig in the same period was in order to produce a v2000 with autoreverse said "2x4 super-reverse stereo" which it allowed not to extract and to turn the video cassette, perhaps this plan was abandoned because of chasing stategia of the VHS and proposed the versions LP (2080 - 2280 -2280a)con 8 hours for side. To think to a super video 2000 to extended band, with longplay (XL), stereo for the audio-testine linear, Hi-Fi stereo for the digital trace them PCM, (with the possibility of multitrace PCM like in the video8)., and at the same time to a Camcorder to three ccd with the V2000 minium-video cassettes. All the compatible one with the standard of 20 years ago, but with extensive band like Hi - band- Beta or Hi8, and tapes to the evaporated metal... this is my dream... Product from the PHILIPS GRUNDIG SONY. When it touches to me to use my VHS and to see those lines in the fast search and to regulate the tracking, anger attacks me one.

Sergio
Monday 10th February 2003
8:00 am U.K.

[email protected]

Per/For Anton Rossi

Oh, grazie. Ho sbagliato la sigla VMC-60 invece VMC-120 che è giusto. Lo sapevo per la fiera di Photokina nel 1982. Prima la fiera CES, un videoregistratore portatile raro e prototipo di Grundig era CVC (come Funai e Technicolor) in Stati Uniti poi i mesi più tardi VMC in Europa. Le videocassette CVC e VMC non sono compatibili tra loro. Ma 2 modelli videoregistratori portatili VMC di Grundig VP -200 e VP-300 che hanno messo la vendita solo in Europa. Ho una rivista di Almanacco di Fotografare anno 1983 che ci sono 2 portatili VMC.

Oh, thank you. I have mistaken the duration VMC-60 instead of VMC-120 that is right. I knew for the fair of Photokina in 1982. Before fair CES, a portable videorecorder rare and prototype of Grundig was CVC (like Funai and Technicolor) in United States then the later months VMC in Europe. Videocassettes CVC and VMC are not compatible between they. But 2 models portable videorecorders VMC of Grundig VP -200 and VP-300 that have put to sell in Europe. I have a review of almanac to photograph year 1983 that is portable 2 VMC.

anton georg rossi
Saturday 8th February 2003
12:56 pm U.K.

[email protected]

a sergiolatino The Mini-Video 2000 (1982) In 1982, at the time of Photokina, Philips and its German ally Grundig retorts in Vhs-c by the Mini-Video 2000, a smaller cassette also intended for the portable video tape recorders and than one could look in V2000 of show by means of an adapter. The minicassette VMC 120 measuring 185 X 214 X 74 mm, contained 88 meters of band 1/2”, its autonomy was of 2 X 1 hour since, like the large one, it was reversible. This standard was never marketed.

Sergio
Friday 7th February 2003
3:55 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I videoregistratori Video 2000 non è dotato di comando di tracking. Impiega un dispositivo automatico di allineamento piste (DTF Dynamic Track Following), tramite testine video rotanti che seguono impulsi di riferimento registrati sulla rispettiva pista video.

La meccanica di autoreverse ci sono 2 rullini di gomma e 2 motori di capstan ed inserimento nastro a tipo "M" come Philips.

The videorecorders Video 2000 are not equipped of command of tracking. It employs a device alignment of the automatic tracks (DTF Dynamic Track Following), through rotary testine video that follow reference impulses record on the respective track video.

The mechanics of autoreverse is 2 rolling of rubber and 2 motors of capstan and insertion tape to type "M" like Philips.

Ok.

Sergio
Friday 7th February 2003
8:17 am U.K.

[email protected]

Thank you for A. G. Rossi

Scusate, ho sbagliato una cosa.Il porta-tamburo è sempre fisso, no ruotare di 180 gradi, ma il tamburo rotante sarà invertita (rpm negativo) e deve essere posizione sull'alto per il lato della pista seconda (basso per il primo lato della pista) con il funzione di autoreverse attivato.

State tranquilli.

Excused, I have mistaken one what.The door-drum is always fixed, not to rotate of 180 degrees, but the rotary drum will be invert (rpm negative) and must be position on the high for track second side (low for track first side) with the activated function of autoreverse.

You are stay calm.

Ok.

anton georg rossi
Friday 7th February 2003
7:51 am U.K.

[email protected]

a Sergiolatino Hai intenzione di progettare dei nuovi video 2000?Sei un grande ! Occorre sapere se la Philips e la grundig abbiano ancora il brevetto registarato del DTF e poichè sonpo passati già 20 anni credo che sia di dominio pubblico.Per gli schemi elettrici io li ho trovati su due pubblicazioni della Faenza Editrice S.p.A divisione EDIZIONI C.E.L.I. ( SERVICE MANUAL 2000 PHILIPS ultima generazione + Videoregistratrori telecamere videosintonizzatori vol. 2 grundig & Siemems ultima generazione + v2000 PHILIPS 1 & 2 generazione ) più alcuni volumi della Editrice Antonelliana - Torino vol 2 + 4 + 6.

Sergio
Thursday 6th February 2003
3:12 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Ciao, penso che tutti i videoregistratori Video 2000 con il funzione di autoreverse. Potrebbe modificare il tamburo rotante che il tecnico è differente dal Dynamic Drum System del JVC, ma la rotazione del tamburo deve girare ruotare dei gradi 180° e deve essere posizione sull'alto per il lato della pista seconda (basso per il primo lato della pista) con il funzionamento del autoreverse attivato. Philips e Grundig hanno dimenticato il funzione di autoreverse! Prego, non potete modificare tutti i vostri video 2000 con il funzione di autoreverse. Sto progettando.............

Sergio
Thursday 6th February 2003
3:06 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Anch'io sono italiano!

Per Anton Georg Rossi

Va bene così, posso fotocopiare tutti i diagrammi schematici? Quanto costano?Prima produzione la minivideocassetta VMC di Grundig è nel 1982 e la durata massima è di 1+1 ora (2 ore = VMC-60). Solo 3 modelli portatili monofonici di Grundig VP-100 (prototipo forse), VP -200 (senza modulazione RF antenna) e VP-300 (con modulazione RF). Il modello di adattatore videocassetta è VMA-2000 di Grundig. Prima produzione il videoregistratore con audio PCM digitale di Philips è nel 1984 in Europa ed unico modello VR-2870 che la durata massima di registrazione 9 ore su una videocassetta PDM VCC-540 (difficile trovare tutti i negozi) e no doppia velocità XP (di Philips) e LP (di Grundig). Il modello estetica VR-2870 è simile al VR-2840 e no caricamento frontale.

I videoregistratori VR-2870 e VP -200 /VP-300 sono molto importanti, da cercare i schemi elettrici. Sto progettando, ma le macchine degli incisioni stampi di plastica (videocassetta e telai videoregistratori) e metallo (pezzi meccaniche: tamburo rotante, chassis) sono costosi!

Sono amatore Betamax e Video 2000 che sono migliori e superiori qualità rispetto a DVD.

Ok.Sergio

anton georg rossi
Thursday 6th February 2003
2:39 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Excused my bad English mine . I possess 6 vcr 2000(2 vr 2350, 1 vr 2840, 1 vr 2220/0F + vr 2120, 1 Grundig 2x8 2280, 1 Grundig 2x8 2280a) still working and approximately 500 video cassettes vcc. They are content of these blots some. Also I try information on miniums video cassettes vmc and of vr the 2870 pcm but I task that never has not been sold a copy. If he could himself be acquired... i havealso all the schematic diagrams us of all video 2000 with notes on the maintenance.

Scusate tutti il mio pessimo inglese. Io possiedo 6 vcr 2000( 2 vr 2350, 1 vr 2840, 1 vr 2220/0F + vr 2120 , 1 grundig 2x8 2280, 1 grundig 2x8 2280a ) tuttora funzionanti e circa 500 videocassette vcc. Sono contento di queste macchine. Anche io cerco informazioni sulle mini video cassette vmc e del vr 2870 pcm ma io penso che non sia mai stato venduto un esemplare. Se si potesse acquistare ... Posseggo anche tutti i diagrammi schematici di tutti i video 2000 con le note sulla manutenzione.

Sergio
Thursday 6th February 2003
11:01 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hi,I think that all videorecorder Video 2000 with function autoreverse. He could to modify the drum rotating that the technical is different from the Dynamic Drum System of the JVC, but the drum rotating must turn round of the 180° degrees and must be position on the high for track second side (low for track first side) with function autoreverse operating. Philips and Grundig had forgot the function autoreverse! Please, you cannot modify the all yours videorecoders Video 2000 with function autoreverse. I'am doing project.............

Sergio
Tuesday 4th February 2003
3:39 pm U.K.

[email protected]

It is not existed the function autoreverse in the all videorecorders Video 2000.

Marco
Tuesday 4th February 2003
3:23 pm U.K.

[email protected]

subject: V2000 auto reverse machine

Hi!,Does anybody know if a V2000 VCR with autoreverse ever existed? I heard something about it, but never seen one!

Sergio
Tuesday 4th February 2003
10:02 am U.K.

[email protected]

Good morning. I'm italian. Help me! I seek schematics electrical workers of video recorders Video 2000 PAL Philips VR-2840 16 hours XL Stereo e VR-2870 audio digital PCM and Grundig 2280 16 hours SP Stereo e VP-300/VP -200 minicassette VMC Video 2000 also photocopy. Thanks you.

Pat
Monday 3rd February 2003
11:58 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I don't understand PAL ... or rather, why you cannot play VHS in PAL in Canada/North America? I'm desperately wanting to buy some stuff from Britain but am told tapes in PAL cannot be played here. Can anyone un-ignorant me?

Mark
Saturday 1st February 2003
9:59 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I am looking for the REEL GEAR for my Philips 2020.I live in Johannesburg,South Africa.Can anyone help? Philips SA do not have spares....Many thanks.

Richie
Saturday 1st February 2003
2:08 am U.K.

[email protected]

To Mike. Check your actual SCART connector. These connectors may be convenient compared to the old BNC/Phono type but are pretty flimsy by comparison. Check that non of the pins on both ends have come loose and been pushed back. I have had this happen many times. Also, when you put the vcr into place, make sure the connector doesn't get forced out. When this happens, generally you lose the picture, but not the sound. Rich..

Steve Whelan
Friday 31st January 2003
9:32 am U.K.

[email protected]

To mike [above]

The SCART output on the VR2324 is standard configuration. If it isn't outputting anything then it's probably down to a dry joint on the PCB. Philips were the pioneers of such things like SCART. At the time everyone said 'oh no, you can't use something like that, you need proper phono and BNC connectors' and they snubbed VCRs without such connectors - how wrong were they? Where would the general public be without SCART? Admittedly it's not the best of connectors, but it's frightening the amount of people who ask me how to hook up a DVD, VCR and Sky/cable box to their TV.

Sven
Thursday 30th January 2003
4:48 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi,I have aquired a philips V2000 recorder model VR2350 Matchline Stereo,What I wouldlike to get is an operating manual either original or a copy of such.If anybody outthere could help me it would be much appreciated.

Mike Lloyd-Wiggins
Monday 27th January 2003
1:37 pm U.K.

[email protected]

HiI wonder if anyone can help I have a 2324 in perfect working order (after being carefully stored for 6 years), and I am trying to output from the scart, but all I get is audio out. Can anyone provide a diagram of the scart set up. Or tell me what I am doing wrong. Many thanksMike

daniel
Friday 24th January 2003
1:43 pm U.K.

[email protected]

hi

Mark
Monday 20th January 2003
9:33 am U.K.

[email protected]

I just posted the previously mentioned V2000 VCR and 12 tapes on the ebay auction page if anyone is interested. The address is :

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=3284&item=3002114200&rd=1

Just cut and paste this into your browser address window to take a look.

Steve
Saturday 18th January 2003
12:24 am U.K.

[email protected]

Tony,

I believe the Philips 1702 is system before V2000, and there is a group for fans on Yahoo, where you should be able to get info and maybe sell VCR.

Good luck

Tony
Monday 13th January 2003
6:28 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi! I have a Philips N1702 to sell but i dont know if is a Video2000 or anything else.I have change all belts and it works very fine.I buy it becouse i have aprox 50 cassetteswith old children programs and cartoons but this video dont have longplay and every cassettei test is recorded in longplay.

Steve
Sunday 12th January 2003
1:20 pm U.K.

[email protected]

VicRe head replacement. Maybe Philips can supply details of service engineers in your area and one may know the machines and be able to fix it. As you already have the new part, they should be able to do it. Failing that, just go through Yellow Pages til you find someone willing to have a go. Good luck.

Mark
Sunday 12th January 2003
12:54 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Can no-one offer a clue on value per my question above 6 Jan??

Please !

Victor(Vic)Perrett
Wednesday 8th January 2003
1:08 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I am fortunate enough to have aquired a new/unused tape head but as i am NOT a D.I.Y.person,i do not know where to begin!P.S. I reside in the DERBY/NOTTS area OK!

Victor(Vic)Perrett
Wednesday 8th January 2003
12:54 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hello!having just discovered this wonderful site & being the proud owner of a Philips 2023 machine,could any fellow enthusiast's out there know where i can obtain services of a qualified/reliable technician to replace tape head on my machine?!THANK Q

Marco Polak
Tuesday 7th January 2003
10:08 am U.K.

[email protected]

Created a group on Yahoo:

www.groups.yahoo.com/groups/v2000_vcr/

Mark
Monday 6th January 2003
11:14 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have an ITT VR580 and 12 video cassettes that I wish to sell. Could someone offer a view on what this is worth? I was planning on selling all this on ebay. I should say that the player has a defect where it switches out of "play" moments after the button has been pressed. I remember looking into this at the time and it seemed like it may be a common problem witha particular sensor. Please let me know your thoughts.

Ken
Monday 6th January 2003
3:38 am U.K.

[email protected]

I am a proud owner of a Sony SL-2700 Beta player that has a broken transport mech. Does anyone have any helpful hints as to whether or not this can be repaired still by a Sony repair facility or whether or not the parts will be availible. Any info would help. Thanks

Annica
Monday 6th January 2003
12:41 am U.K.

[email protected]

For sale: complete PHILIPS VIDEO 2000 camera

Haven't got the exact model number but it's a PHILIPS portable from 83 with everything included.It was working fine last time I used it (albeit some years ago) - for filming, viewing and connected with a VHS for copying.

Camera, microphone, normal lens, wide lens, 2 batteries, battery charger, recorder in its original case with shoulder strap, cables and manual (in Swedish) as well as the receipt.

The best that money could get back in 83 :-)

Goes to the highest bidder.The camera is currently in Sweden, but can be taken to Belgium for pick-up / shipping?

Christophe BELLAY
Friday 27th December 2002
11:23 am U.K.

[email protected]

Hello, I have more than 200 hours of videotapes in V2000 format. These cassettes contain many memories the early childhood of my daughters. I would like to be able to view them but my Philips 2334 cannot function any more more than 3 minutes without stopping. Does somebody want to sell a video tape recorder V2000 Pal/secam well to me? Thank you.

Kirkz
Friday 27th December 2002
10:15 am U.K.

[email protected]

hi

Thomas Elsner
Thursday 26th December 2002
6:31 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hello Friends of Old Video Recorderswhen You wanted Video 2000, go to Ebay.de, Type by Search Video 2000 and see a lot ofStuff. I knew that a British Pound is ca 1,56 Euro and i think ,that You can buy good withthem in Germany.SincerellyThomasfrom Germany

ivo
Thursday 26th December 2002
4:10 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hallo everybody! I'm writing from Italy. My Grundig 2x8 broke and now I have more than 300 movies that I cant see. I hope that someone can help me. I'm looking for a "new" video recorder. Ciao

Claire Gavalda
Tuesday 24th December 2002
11:41 am U.K.

[email protected]

Wanted: a Philips VR2020, 2021, 2022 or 2023, even in not working conditions.So that I live in France, I would like to buy a V2000 that is compatible with the Pal/Secam system. Please mail me if you have any V2000 for sale!Thanks, Claire Gavalda

Ludger
Monday 23rd December 2002
10:06 am U.K.

[email protected]

A short and simple question, maybe not so simple to answer: Who is the inventor of the V2000 system. Is it Philips or can it also be Grundig. Does anyone have some information on this, that can be tracked. The reason for this is that I (dutch) had an argue on this item with a German. I don't mind if it is a German invention, but I have always thought that it was an invention/devellopment from the "Philips Natlab" at Eindhoven.

Steve
Monday 23rd December 2002
5:26 am U.K.

[email protected]

Lionel,

Have a look at Television magazine (try major newsagents like W H Smith) which has ads for manual suppliers and tv/vcr spares companies. Same parts may fit Philips VHS machines and still be available.

Steve.

Frank
Saturday 21st December 2002
9:32 pm U.K.

[email protected]

hi,

already found it once i discoverd it was called a 6 pin DIN AV connector, see:

http://www.whatvideotv.com/articles/hardware/images/200102_scart_3.gif

greetings, frank

Frank
Saturday 21st December 2002
9:25 pm U.K.

[email protected]

hi, I have owned a philips vr2023 for about 10 years now and I want to digitize my old tapes on CD-roms. I once built a audio/video composite connection for the DIN-AV outlet on the back so the signal wouldn't have to be converted into an UHF signal first.

I lost my self-soldered connectors, can anyone tell me what pins carry what signals?

As I remember they were audio and video in and out and ground.

ps. I dont mean the 20pin square connector, but the round AV 6-pin connector

thanks, Frank

LIONEL POOLE
Saturday 21st December 2002
2:13 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have two Philips vr 2840 vcrs. They both work but I would like to clean the heads and drive spindles etc.Can workshop manuals be obtained. One of the vcrs requires a battery for the memory services are these available. Thanks

Keith A. Cheasman
Thursday 19th December 2002
12:38 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Looking for a good home for:

Phillips VR2023 video recorder and 6/8 tapes – inherited about 5 years ago and in occasional use since.

Picture quality fair but not wonderful – probably heads need cleaning, maybe tapes over-worn.

Sound OK unless switch to standby and then back to operate within about 10 seconds.

Instruction folder and manual

Brochure for VR2022

(Will be dumped after Christmas if no takers)

I'm based in Wollaston, Northants.home e-mail: [email protected]

yuft
Thursday 19th December 2002
10:16 am U.K.

[email protected]

gggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggkgfy5678ukmn

Albert
Saturday 14th December 2002
5:17 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi, can anyone help me find what is wrong with my Philips VR2424?

In fact it works very fine .... when it works !!I mean it is very hard to make it run in play or in fast mode. The only mode that starts easily and continues to work is the rewind (both ways are ok).I noticed that when making it play without any tape works and it helps in making it work for a while with tape inside, but after a few minutes, it will stop and disable any function. It then needs to be switched off and on again to clear.The front panel switches give the impulse but the motor stops after trying to turn for a very short time (same result with different tapes).It looks as if there was not enough power to drive the tape and the system stops automatically.Where can I check if the power supply ouput? I think it should be 5.1 volts but not sure.

Has anyone some technical manual for this model?I have a large quantity of these PAL V2000 and Betamax pre-recorded tapes and can may be help someone; if looking for something, just send me a list of what you are looking for - tapes are in english, french, dutch and german, including some Walt Disney, Warner, etc...)

Thank you a lot for your help.

Albert

hfied
Thursday 12th December 2002
6:22 pm U.K.

[email protected]

salut a tous

hfied
Thursday 12th December 2002
6:16 pm U.K.

[email protected]

salut

TREVOR DULSON
Wednesday 11th December 2002
1:22 am U.K.

[email protected]

HI I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE OUT THERE HAS GOT ANY EPISODES OF A SERIES CALLED MANIMAL OR MATT HOUSTON ON BETAMAX VIDEO TAPES.PLEASE CAN ANYONE HELP.........

Bernard Benoot
Sunday 8th December 2002
11:13 am U.K.

[email protected]

Looking for V2000 videorecorder in perfect condition for transfering V2000 to DV. Who can help me.Thanks.

Steve Rowley
Friday 6th December 2002
8:10 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Does anyone know the equivalent Philips machine (if there was one) to the Pye 23VR33. I have seen an image of it in a service manual and it looks like a VR2334 or VR2324. If you apply the normal conversion 'rules' it would suggest a VR2333 - but what is one of those?

Troy
Thursday 5th December 2002
10:22 am U.K.

[email protected]

IMPORTANT NOTICE.

Hi all Philips VCR format enthusiasts. I've just created a Philips VCR Yahoo Group at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/philips_vcr/ . This group you's can discuss, send photos, share info, talk about early VCR recordings etc... even do deals and swaps if you wish on this group. I'm in the process of adding photos of some early VCR machines not just from Philips but also from Grundig, Loewe and hopefully sometime the USA Norelco if I ever get any pictures of those machines. I'll try and make the group as exciting as possible with adding pictures and even video files of what I've transferred from VCR cassette. I've got stacks of pictures of these old VCRs from various websites especially EBAY. Anyhow enjoy.

Cheers

Troy

Steve Rowley
Wednesday 4th December 2002
12:12 am U.K.

[email protected]

Will swap my new, boxed 1702 (1700) head for your new 1500 head.

Dario
Friday 29th November 2002
11:32 am U.K.

[email protected]

hi,i'm from italy.i'm searching for a good working video head for the Philips VCR 1500 or 1700.mine are now broken,and i have still many tapes to copy in vhs, so i need it.if have it please write me!!!thanks

Quello che segue è indirizzato agli utenti italiani:se qualcuno di voi avesse il videoregistratore, ripeto formato VCR(quello con le videocassette quadrate) da vendere io sarei interessato all'acquisto.grazie mille

Jamievil
Tuesday 26th November 2002
2:56 am U.K.

[email protected]

I Just Want To Create A ChatRooms to talk with people like me...the gothics,vampyres,and people like this ...

Rafa
Monday 25th November 2002
6:10 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi, Anybody have new heads for the Philips portable V2220? Or know how to get it? Thanks. Rafa.

mike
Sunday 24th November 2002
9:37 pm U.K.

[email protected]

last message e.mail wrongsorry this is correct e.mail address [email protected]

mike
Sunday 24th November 2002
9:28 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I HAVE GOT 4 V2000 VIDEOS FOR SALE 2020:2021AND2022 MODELSALL ARE COMPLETE EXEPTING 1 BUT HAVE NOT BEEN USED FOR A WHILESENSIBLE OFFERS PLEASE BUYER TO PAY CARRIAGE.......E.MAIL ME FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

Louis Rayner
Sunday 24th November 2002
8:12 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi All,

Has anyone here in the UK got a working Philips VCR N1700,who could transfer 3 tapes onto VHS for me?

There would be a small reward too!

Louis:-)

Steve Rowley
Saturday 23rd November 2002
6:31 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Original service manuals for Philips 2020, and for 2022. Contained in ring binders for easy reference, £25 each including postage.

Steve Rowley
Saturday 23rd November 2002
12:13 am U.K.

[email protected]

Wanted: Philips 2840 (working or not), any second generation Philips machine, any B & O machine, any new V2000 heads. Thanks.

Steve Rowley
Saturday 23rd November 2002
12:11 am U.K.

[email protected]

Were V2000 machines sold in the United States?

Steve Rowley
Saturday 23rd November 2002
12:10 am U.K.

[email protected]

Grundig 2 x 4 Super service manual, (includes electrical and mechanical sections) £25 including postage.

Rafa
Tuesday 19th November 2002
6:14 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hi, I need a full working V2000 unit. Can anyone sell it to me? La Coruña, Spain. Thanks.

Rafa
Tuesday 19th November 2002
6:10 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Hola. Estoy interesado en comprar algún reproductor de V2000 que esté en buen estado, es España.Gracias.

R Bruff
Tuesday 19th November 2002
5:17 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have 14 Video 2000 tapes which seem to be in good condition. Would anyone like to make me an offer for them as I have no machine to play them on.

Derek

Steve
Friday 15th November 2002
8:39 am U.K.

[email protected]

Dave.Re faulty Grundigs. Read my messages 18 and 25 April approx 2/3 way down archived message section which may help.Steve.

Alan
Thursday 14th November 2002
9:21 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Apologies for the broken images etc on the site at the present time. The web server suffered an aoutage today and we are working to restore the site.

jappo
Thursday 14th November 2002
7:13 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Re: David

I don't now what the symptoms of your 5 v2000's are, but I have a Grundig 2x4 witch had the following problems. The video went on, the tuner gave a very bad picture and in playmode there barely was any picture (most black/white). I replaced all the capacitors 470uF 50V from the power supply (print on the left) and the video acted as brand new!

David
Wednesday 13th November 2002
10:33 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I own 5 Grundig's but none of them work! I live in Cornwall - does anyone know of anyone say west of Bristol who could repair one or all of them? Alternatively, does anyone have one for sale (in working order) make not important.Many ThanksDavid

Mitch
Wednesday 13th November 2002
12:51 pm U.K.

[email protected]

Can anyone help me. In the early 80's my family had a V2000. I have got a tape that I haven't seen for 20 years and would like to know if anyone can copy it on to VHS for me. I can be contacted by e-mail or on 01702 619100 during the day. Any help will be appreciated.

Anne Taylor
Monday 11th November 2002
9:52 pm U.K.

[email protected]

We have a Phillips V2023 video recorder and some tapes. They have been stored in my fathers attic for a number of years and are in working order. Is anyone interested in these?

Mad Beta Collector
Sunday 10th November 2002
10:50 pm U.K.

[email protected]

I have a stereo Tv (1983) if i connect the Tv with my 1983 Stereo VCR will I get stereo sound?If so will it only come in phono and scart or just aerial connection?

Troy
Thursday 7th November 2002
4:19 am U.K.

ac_dc_rocks@hotmail.com

I've also being doing some experimentation with the Philips VCR format. When I got some cassettes from a bloke in Victoria one of them was empty, so I bought a cheap VHS tape and gutted it and loaded the VHS tape into the VCR cassette. Then I've recorded stuff off TV onto the VCR cassette using my Philips N1700, and it works!!! And the picture is pretty good too. I did the same experiment loading some Philips VCR tape into my gutted VHS cassette and did recordings on it and it also works!!! The picture does have a bit of tracking problems and streaks though, but that's because I'm using really old tape dating 1975 in my VHS which has been worn out a bit, but other than that the picture is not bad.

What happened was, when I fast forwarded one of my standard play VCR tapes, it spliced off near the end of the tape as it looked like it had a diagonal cut somewhere towards the end. So I loaded the last few minutes of the tape that was still stuck to the bottom spool onto my blank VCR cassette and checked if there was anything on it, there was nothing on it so I thought, yeah I could experiment and see how this tape would record on a VHS. Anyhow the program on that 60 minute cassette goes for 50 minutes so fortunately I haven't lost any of it. But unfortunately the program tracks terribly for some reason. Most of my other standard play VCR tapes play really good.

I must say it was a fun and successful experiment. Now if any of you's want to try this, DON'T use tape that's got recordings on it as early video recordings are really valuable because TV archives have been known to wipe old valuable archive material and you might have the only copy of whatever programs you have on VCR cassette.

Troy
Wednesday 6th November 2002
12:05 pm U.K.

ac_dc_rocks@hotmail.com

Hi everyone. As you's know I'm looking for 70's Countdown episodes on early video cassettes. And good to see some Aussies saying on the board they have a Philips VCR. Anyhow to all you Aussies reading that have 1970s Philips VCRs or 1970s National Cartridge VCRs or other early video machines, if any of you's have ANY Countdown episodes on early video cassettes, I would LOVE a copy of them especially if they are pre-1978. And just to let you's know my N1700 works and my N1500 works too. Although they have some faults especially the N1500, they both play cassettes quite nicely especially the N1500. I've been transferring Philips VCR recordings dating way back to 1975 to VHS tape although the earliest stuff is educational videos from a college library. I've also got some home Long Play Philips VCR recordings dating back to 1978 with the original TV ads which I've also transferred to VHS although the long play tapes tend to have more tracking problems than the standard play. Anyhow to all you Aussies out there, if any of you's want your Philips VCR cassettes transferred over to VHS I'll gladly do them as I LOVE transferring and watching really early home recordings, so contact me at my email address ac_dc_rocks@hotmail.com . Or if anyone in Australia wants to get rid of their Philips VCR and cassettes also contact me as I will love to have them.

And I have my Countdown hunt website at http://web.1earth.net/~funkydud/ . I'm still yet to update it, anyhow on my site I showed how my N1500 scallops tapes, well I've found the problem the head doesn't fully lace up as the lacing spool needs to be araldited, but problem easily solved I manually lace it up by rotating the bar on the top of head drum as I turn it on and most of the tapes play beautifully without any scalloping and hardly any tracking problems whatsoever.

Peter Löf
Wednesday 6th November 2002
8:38 am U.K.

plf66@hotmail.com

Are there any detailed information and pictures available on the Philips LDL1100 transportable VCR1500 recorder from ca 1977? Very little information about this machine is published on Internet.

Mad Beta Collector
Sunday 3rd November 2002
1:16 am U.K.

Prshuttleworth@hotmail.com

Hear Hear Steve

Pocketmobile
Friday 1st November 2002
4:50 pm U.K.

pocketmobile@telefonica.net

Hi: anybody have a full-working V2000 unit for sale?? I like to get one. I´m from Barcelona.Thanks.

previous new post   refresh  next