Media Resources Center
On Thu, 10 Jul 1997, Judy Jones wrote:
> We purchased TV/VCR combos 2 years ago - 11 of them. They are in the
> front row of carrels and get used heavily. So far, their repair rate
> is no better or worse than singles or high end commercial units we
> used to buy. We received a "grant" to purchase these units when we
> started to record Distance Learning lectures on a regular basis.
> Currently, the circulation numbers for DL equal 8,500 for fy 96/97.
> Remarkable, huh? Our units are Panasonic and we got them on sale
> locally. The only problem seems to be the occasional stuck tape. If
> they all died tomorrow, we would have gotten our money's worth.
> Nice to finally meet you in Berkeley.
> Date: Thu, 10 Jul 1997 06:18:26 -0700
> Reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org
> From: "Kristine R. Brancolini" <email@example.com>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: TV/VCR Combinations
> The Education Library on campus needs to replace a couple of TVs and
> VCRs. The librarian is considering TV/VCR combinations. I have never
> bought one and was wondering if any of you have experience with this
> playback option. Please share your recommendations with me, regarding
> using TV/VCRs in general and then makes/models you liked or did not
> like. If you would like to reply to me privately, I would be happy to
> summarize for the list. Thanks!
> Kristine Brancolini
> Indiana University Libraries