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hey is it possible to record hdtv on a svhs tape and still have the hidef res and quality? on a Jvc Hm-dh30000u


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hey is it possible to record hdtv on a svhs tape and still have the hidef res and quality? on a Jvc Hm-dh30000u


thanks :)

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Yes! I have many SVHS tapes that I have recorded on my JVC 30K DVHS VCR. A T-120 SVHS tape can store 120 minutes of HD in the HS mode. It can store 240 minutes in the STD mode (not HD) and a total of 12 hours in the LS3 mode. HD requires the HS mode and that limits the recording time to 120 minutes.
 

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Greetings


DVHS tapes are like really HG SVHS tapes ...


Much like SVHS tapes are like really HG VHS tapes.


Longevity is likely better with DVHS tapes ...


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I have used Maxell S-VHS tapes on both the JVC and older Panasonic D-CHS decks. The ST-62BQ yields 62 minutes of standard speed recording, while the ST-126BQ will give you 126 minutes (just over two hours.) For even longer programs, the ST-182BQ is appropriate and can handle just over three hours. You may need to 'trick' the JVC deck into knowing you want D-VHS recording on these tape stocks.


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I have used Maxell S-VHS tapes on both the JVC and older Panasonic D-CHS decks. The ST-62BQ yields 62 minutes of standard speed recording, while the ST-126BQ will give you 126 minutes (just over two hours.) For even longer programs, the ST-182BQ is appropriate and can handle just over three hours. You may need to 'trick' the JVC deck into knowing you want D-VHS recording on these tape stocks.


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