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Sansui PC-X11


If you own a VCR, you can be ready to make digital audio recordings by just connecting a PCV digital audio processor, such as Sansui's high performance PC-X11.

The processor hooks up between your present hifi system and your VCR. Standard video functions of your VCR are not affected in any way.

Because digital recordings are made on your VCR using standard video cassette tapes, operation is easy. indeed, it's just as easy as using a cassette deck, just pop a cassette into your VCR and adjust recording levels with the digital processor.

Recording time is much longer than cassette tapes. You can record up to 160 minutes of music on a VHS VCR (recording times for Beta and other formats will be different). A professional quality open-reel deck using huge 10-inch reels may be able to make recordings with playing time this long, but the fidelity of digital recording is far, far superior.

With the PG-X11, you can record a Wagner or Verdi opera, a Mahler symphony, or half a dozen of your favourite albums on a single video cassette tape, and enjoy superior digital sound from one end of the tape to the other.



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