The BFC/A purchased a Panasonic PV-M2050, NTSC/PAL/SECAM TV/VCR Playback
unit about 4 years ago. To this date, it has been a terrific machine.
However it probably does not get the work load that your library
receives. The only negative thing with dual capabilities, as you know,
is if one portion breaks down, then the whole equipment must be serviced,
however, the greatest features are less space and it is user friendly!!
On Fri, 11 Jul 1997, Ron Saska wrote:
> Kristine R. Brancolini wrote:
> > 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
> > email@example.com
> I have never purchased this combination because we have found that vcr's
> tend to break down frequently while televisions do not. Repair is
> easier when the vcr unit is stand-alone and if replacement is necessary
> the replacement of the vcr alone is less expensive for us.
> Ronald Saska
> Jacksonville State University
> Jacksonville, Alabama