In general, the s-video output from an S-VHS VCR will look better than the composite output of a standard VHS VCR. You might want to consider a JVC HR-S7x00U or HR-S9x00U, for example. ("x" increases from year to year; I'm not sure if they use the same model numbers in the HK market.) The 7000 and 9000 series include a full frame digital time base corrector and a 3D comb filter, which results in a very stable image with accurate colors.
SK, get a JVC 9600 or 9800 VCR. They have the anti-ghousting tuner. The anti-ghousting circuit can be turned on and off. The anti-G circuit helps bring out the best pssible from my very poor Crumcast Cable service. Plasma tends to show every defect. I'd get JVC's best. Best wishes!
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