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Chris H
Sunday 18th November 2007
1:20 pm U.K.


Looking for a main drive belt for a Grundig 2X4 Super GB. Mine has perished! If anyone can help out please get in touch.


steve Rowley
Monday 12th November 2007
2:14 pm U.K.


My very rare Marantz MVR400 V2000 machine has been re-advertised on Ebay at a lower price. See:


Richard Blake
Wednesday 7th November 2007
1:55 pm U.K.


Hi everyone,

I have a Philips V2000 Video Cassette Recorder, with multi language tuner + Remote Control ( VR2840 )for sale. It is in mint condition and wotks 100%. Included in the sale are in excess of 200 original manufactures V2000 films and documentries etc. Some are for Children, some are many popular UK TV series, some are well known films and some are hardcore aldult material. I purchased the complete collection of tapes from a video rental store for £500 back in the early 90's. Most of which were brand new and unopened. Those tapes that do not appeal and can be sold on or used to record over. Best offer over £ 200 + shipping secures.

Reason for reluctant sale - moving abroad - email or telephone 07833-512208

steve Rowley
Saturday 3rd November 2007
8:49 pm U.K.


Ultra rare Marantz V2000 machine on Ebay:


Yvonne Mary Craggs
Thursday 25th October 2007
10:39 am U.K.


My mother has a Grundig Video 2000 with tapes that she no longer wants. Is there a market for them? I think it works

Tuesday 2nd October 2007
3:23 pm U.K.


Update for my post above, there are a quantity of LVC philips N1500 cassettes from the same seller as the drive belt if anyone out there is on the lookout for old recordings. heres the item num 110176380091 All the best Ron.

Tuesday 2nd October 2007
10:46 am U.K.


Hi all , Just found a belt on ebay for the philips n1500 video machine if anyone is on the look out for these items here's the page . All the best Ron. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Philips-N1500-VCR-Head-Drum-Belt-N1501-N1460-N1520-Rare_W0QQitemZ110176386156QQihZ001QQcategoryZ39999QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Luís Antunes
Tuesday 25th September 2007
7:39 pm U.K.


Hello. I am portuguese and I would like to buy a Video 2000 recorder, so that I can record with my Grundig super color fac 1700. I also need one or two tapes.Can any one help me?

Thank you

Monday 17th September 2007
12:43 pm U.K.


The Value of home recordings

Do you have tapes full of old TV shows you recorded in the seventies? Don't throw everything away without looking!

This may come as a surprise to some, but TV studios until recently did not keep tapes of everything. The tape was expensive and so it was recycled, or thrown away. Some well-known examples of series with episodes gone missing are "Dad's army" (one or two episodes missing) and "The avengers" (first series missing) and "Doctor Who" (over a hundred missing episodes).

If you are about to junk your early tapes, check http://www.missing-episodes.com first. Just to make sure.

Friday 14th September 2007
10:04 pm U.K.


Hi,I have a phillips video 2000 system (2023) and would like to have it repaired as it makes a really loud fast intermitent clicking sound and has to be switched off.i live in west of scotland,anyone know of any shops where i can have it repaired? i got no manual or would try it myself thanks.

John Ejler Nielsen
Monday 3rd September 2007
8:31 am U.K.


I forgot to mention tha I have the Servic manual to go with the tape recorder. Sorry.Johnejler

John Ejler Nielsen
Monday 3rd September 2007
8:13 am U.K.


I have a B&O Beovision MX2000 Type 4455 with 23 Videotapes Very litle used, so good as new, for sale. If you are interested so give a bid to johnejler@mail.dk

Ian Clifton
Wednesday 15th August 2007
10:25 am U.K.


Hi to all, I have a grundig V2000 super for sale. If anyone is interested then please mail with questions and your best offer. The system is being sold in working order (not been used for many a year but was working when last attempted and remote (wire based, if I can find it). Thanks and regards, Ian

Jan Bladh
Sunday 12th August 2007
10:10 am U.K.


Hi I have a Bang & Olufsen (B&O) VCR 60 Video 2000 recorder (1986). It is the same engine as Philips VR2340. Works very good, still a step better than VHS. Some years ago I exchanged the Video drum and the DC motors for forward and backward. I also have a B&O Servicemanual to it.If anyone are interested Please mail me.

Richard Symes
Saturday 4th August 2007
9:18 pm U.K.


Hi, I have a problem with a 22AV5530 AV adapter in that it doesn't record audio. It records and plays back video ok through the BNC sockets, and it will playback audio but it just wont record audio through the 5 pin DIN socket. The playback volume is very low however. Any clues? Thanks, Richard.

Tuesday 17th July 2007
11:38 pm U.K.


A radio/TV repair store will most likely replace the belts for just a few pounds.

Richard Symes
Saturday 14th July 2007
10:57 am U.K.


Hi, Is Ian Barlow still out there! I can't send mail to your freeserve address. Please let me know if you're still able to help me with my poorly VR2023 ! Regards, Richard.

Ian Culver
Monday 9th July 2007
12:44 pm U.K.


Hi ,I'm after any Gary Numan videos especially on the V2000 and Betamax format. I'll pay good money.Please can someone help. I know there must be some out there somewhere. If you can help please eamil me spaceward@hotmail.com

Ian Culver
Monday 9th July 2007
12:42 pm U.K.


Hi,I'm after any Gary Numan videos especially those on the V2000 and Betamax format. I'll pay good money. Please can someone help. I know there must be some aboutout there somewhere. If you can help please email me spaceward@hotmail.com

Monday 2nd July 2007
4:10 am U.K.


Hi Chris.

Ref Grundig 2x4 Super.

Go to the V2000 user group on Yahoo, click on files (left of page) then Grundig.

There is a user manual listed page by page. Rather slow though.

To set clock, just key in time (eg 1430) then press clock on left side panel)

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