Sony SLV-L67HF

Video recorder

  • Brand: Sony
  • Manufacturer: Sony corporation
  • Country: Japan ()
  • Release year: 1998
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The VHS format was launched in 1976 to compete with the Betamax format that had been released by Sony in 1975.

This video recorder is one of the most sophisticated in its time due to the fact that it had a high fidelity stereo sound system (Hi-Fi) and a 6-head video recorder-reader.

This equipment records and reproduces video in three speeds SP (33.35 mm / s, the one that offers shorter tape duration and better video quality), LP (16.67 mm / s) and EP (11, 11 mm / s Up to 9 hours of recording on T-180 tapes).


Tape format: VHS
System: NTSC
Speeds: - SP: 33.35 mm / s
      - LP: 16,67 mm / s
      - EP: 11.11 mm / s
Programmable timer: 8 programs / month
Sound: Stereo
Remote control: Yes
Power consumption: 19 W
Weight: 3,700 grams


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