Manufactured: 1985 - 1986

Beocord VHS66: silence is golden

In the crucial quiet passages you heard only the sound of silence from the mono Beocord VHS66. The HX Professional recording system gave more 'headroom', enhancing the definition of high, delicate sounds, and Dolby B Noise Reduction cut down on hiss and noise.


Dimensions (WxHxD): 48 x 10,5 x 36cm

Cabinet: black

4 hours of recording/playback on E240

Mono sound recording, HX Professional recording system; Dolby B


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BeoCord VHS66 VHS VCR Product Specifications

4485 (1985 - Nov 1986)
F 4489 (1985 - Feb 1987)
GB 4486 (1985 - Feb 1987)
Oscar 4487 (1985 - Feb 1987)

TV system B/G VHF + UHF( 4485)
I UHF (4486)
B/G all Band tuner + UHF (4487)
Colour system PAL/SECAM modified (4485)
PAL (4486)
PAL/SECAM modified(4487)
Cassette format VHS
Remote control system Video terminal
Tape heads 3 video
Sound Mono
Sound recording system HX PRO
Max. playing time 4 hours, E-240
Fast forward and rewind Approx. 6 min. E240
Step advance 1 frame
Search forward 4 x normal speed
Search rewind 4 x normal speed
Counter Electronic, 4 digits

TV channels VHF 2-12, UHF 21-69
Play channel UHF 37 (adjustable 30-39)
Number of programmes 39
Time programming 3 programming

Power supply
220V (4485)
240V (4486)
220V (4487)

Placement, min. height: 22 cm
Ambient temperature +5/40 degrees
Relative humidity 10-75 %
Dimensions W x H x D 48 x 10.5 x 36 cm
Weight 9.5 kg

Connections: A/V, audio/video socket 21-pin
LINE IN/OUT, audio socket 7-pin
RF IN 75 ohms
RF OUT 75 ohms

Created: 21st January 2007
Modified: 11th February 2007

Author Notes:

Well made and designed Hitachi machine.

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