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Desc:An attempt to sell high definition in the period before Blu-ray and HD DVD.
Category:Advertisements, Science & Technology
Tags:yes, vcr, VCRs, D-VHS, D-Theater
Submitted:Seven Arts/H8 Red
Date:04/24/16
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Comment count is 8
gravelstudios
This guy's voice sounds like the early levels in Portal 2.
chumbucket
Terrible logo design
Old_Zircon
Video was uploaded at 240p
Hegemony Cricket
Yes. Yes it was. Wait, that's "Yes." Oh god, Yes.

That guy
I played it at 144p, but I'm a professional.

That guy
I mean, I'd like to have a little bit less of a winner-take-all economy, but I still want it to be free-market enough that people like this lose all their money.

Cena_mark
I'll bet they were hoping the market was still turned off of disc formats after laser disc.
boner
I think you could record HD broadcasts with these. Probably the only point to owning one.
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