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1/4" Video Tapes

Feb 14, 2020 7:31PM PST
I have some old 1/4" b&W video tapes recorded on a Rheem Roberts reel-to-reel video recorder that I wish to have converted to disk. I would even buy a used Robert or Akai machine in working condition. Any help would be appreciated.
David

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Dazzle
Feb 14, 2020 7:46PM PST

Find a device called dazzle. You hook up the audio video cord to the device which plugs in your computer's USB port.

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I would be guessing.
Feb 14, 2020 8:08PM PST

1. If you own the Rheem Roberts player then look into getting the video to show on any TV. Then share what that TV is, the connection used and I'll share what I have for capture.

2. If you don't own the player then you can try companies that do such conversions.

3. If you don't own the player and item 2 is not acceptable then you acquire the player and go to step 1.

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