VCR advice

Sally S. Wellman (swellman@pelican.state.lib.la.us)
Thu, 15 Mar 2001 14:18:09 -0800 (PST)

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We are looking for a rugged VCR that will stand up to our demands. The
junk that we are forced to buy on state contract can't stand up to our
work. We just seem to wear out the machines by constantly inserting and
ejecting tapes. Basically, we will use this VCR to watch only a few
minutes of a tape to gather cataloging information, check for damage, etc.
-- we never use it to record or for screenings.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you may send my way.

Sally S. Wellman
Assistant Coordinator, Special Services
& Manager, Audiovisual Resource Center
State Library of Louisiana
701 N. 4th St.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802

Voice: 225-342-4939
Fax: 225-342-4941
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We are looking for a rugged VCR that will stand up to our demands.  The junk that we are forced to buy on state contract can't stand up to our work.  We just seem to wear out the machines by constantly inserting and ejecting tapes.  Basically,  we will use this VCR to watch only a few minutes of a tape to gather cataloging information, check for damage, etc. -- we never use it to record or for screenings.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions you may send my way.

Sally S. Wellman
Assistant Coordinator, Special Services
& Manager, Audiovisual Resource Center
State Library of Louisiana
701 N. 4th St.
Baton Rouge, LA  70802

Voice:  225-342-4939
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