Wal-mart says customers are not ready to give up VHS

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I just posted the article Wal-mart says customers are not ready to give up VHS.

The first
VCR we ever bought was a Mitsubishi I think. It was in the early 80’s and the
remote was hard wired to the device, so you sat like a little puppy dog on a
leash to issue commands to…

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#2

For me, the one memorable alternate ending that I have watched was on Ronin. I may have watched one or two others but if I did, I really can’t say they were memorable or added anything to the experience.


#3

I still have a need for analog reception and recording as I live where TV is picked up from an antenna on the roof. My HDTV card in the PC has proved I am near the 76db(?) digitalTV cliff that cuts out the unreliable signal. A weak analog signal brings a bit of snow, a weak digital signal brings nothing. Live on analog and VHS (loved beta more too).