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I've been trying to find out if the D-VHS DH3000U has the ghost reduction

tuner that other JVC decks now have. Such as the HR-S9800U. I hear it's

quite good at eliminating ghosts and even improving cable feeds. However, the articles by Gary Reber in Widescreen Review don't mention this or even the JVC web site. But I can't imagine why JVC would not use the same tuner they are using in many of the SVHS decks.


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It will be hard to find the answer as no one who buys this deck, buys it for the NTSC tuner. :)


I had this deck for a couple of months now, and I have never hooked it up to an antena or cable.
 

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I was not even aware that this thing has an NTSC tuner?


Who in the world needs an NTSC tuner in this deck?


People who want NTSC tuners can buy those types of VCR's for $40 at walmart.


An ATSC tuner is what this machine needed.


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According to the 30kU manual it does have ghost reduction. Can't say if it works because I don't watch NTSC stuff.
 

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It works great, at least in the 9600 & 9800 The only caveat is that the analog stations must be using the same system, e.g. ghost reduction at the broadcast end. Many broadcasters do.


If I had a 30k, I would use the NTSC tuner just for that purpose, it's that good.
 
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