Summary: I hope it keeps going for a long time, I have a large collection of VHS tapes I need to convert over to DVD and love its capability for being easy on the tapes during wind and search operations.
Summary: This VHS machine, although advertised to last a lifetime, in fact did not work. It worked a little, sometimes, but produced shaky pictures that struggled, then stopped. The seller alleged that she had tested it multiple times, but it arrived with a non-working battery in the remote, which casts...
Summary: I wanted to get a better than average VCR & was attracted by the Pro-cision 19u EP Heads, which are supposed to make EP recordings look better. I soon found it lacks the rewind to zero feature our old Panasonic has, allowing one to rewind to where the counter reads zero.
Summary: Nice looking unit and functional. I needed a VCR for playing some old tapes I still enjoy. JVC used to be made in Japan but this unit is made in China. Resolution is not as good as DVD or BluRay but that is nodoubt due to the media type.
Summary: This is the absolute worst VCR that I have ever had. Extremely hard to program, no memory during a power outage and it didn't even last through 7 months of use. I thought it was the tapes at first.
Summary: I bought the JVC HR-J692 VCR in March 2004 to replace an older model that had died after six years of faithful service. Four months later...my new VCR is dead. I just got off the phone with the warranty service center and learned that the labor cost to fix the VCR will be roughly $200.