I'm stocking up on $50 DVD players with RCA Jack connectors while they're still making those.
What is the specific interest in that connector type?
I had a couple, but spouse's yoga classmate did need one, so that one is gone.
I used to restock at the town reuse & recycle shed... where I get all my vintage audio, but they changed rules, no VCRs, etc.
Last edited by CasualBikerJay; 07-22-16 at 08:50 AM.
My family used to pick up 3 or so movies from blockbuster once or twice/week and re-record them 3-4 to a tape... I've probably spent months of my life just rewinding and fast forwarding. Good riddance.
Some of the "newer" generations could set time by themselves, picking the time 'tick" from the nearby cable box.
What's a "cable box" you ask....? Have a seat....
P0rn gave us affordable VCRs, and obsoleted them away all the same.
One of the local PBS stations usually had this signal in their transmissions. It was during the NTSC analog days though. Now this is available in the electronic program guide info gathered by your digital tuners or converters but be forewarned that if the info isn't readily available you won't have a current time or guide to set any recorders by without manual entry.
You can be in July on one channel and January on another too.
By GOLLY, the streets are clear again and I can ride WOOOHOO!
I still have a vcr in the basement to watch old tapes that tries to set itself from the no longer existent PBS signal all the time and it causes problems because it wants to do that when it first turns on. I just need to replace those last few tapes.