I need to replace some old broken down equipment.
Is it still possible to buy a vhs player with monitor combo (with
headphone jack and less than 29 inches wide)?
Or is everyone going the separate component route?
Also, is it common to have users view dvds via computers rather than
with a monitor and player?
Thanks for your advice,
Janice Woo, Director of Libraries
California College of the Arts
5212 Broadway Oakland CA 94618
510.594.3660 || email@example.com || library.cca.edu
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