BeoCord VX4000 VHS VCR

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Manufactured: 1989 - 1991

Beocord VX4000, Type 4535 was a multi-standard VHS video recorder designed for the French market


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BeoCord VX4000 VHS VCR Product Specifications

Type: F, Multi, A2 4535 (1989 - Oct 1991)

Description: Cassette format VHS
Tape heads 3 video, 2 Hi-Fi audio
Colour system PAL SECAM L/East modified
TV channels VHF band 46 - 300 MHz
Hyper-band 300 - 470 MHz
UHF channels 21 - 69
Number of programmes 99
Play channel UHF 37,599 MHz (UHF 34 - 42)
Sound, compatible normal/Hi-Fi Stereo, Hi-Fi sound
Decoder TV stereo A2 built-in
Decoder bilingual sound A2 built-in
Max. playing time, audio/video 4 hours, E-240
Max. playing time, audio only 8 hours, E-240
Fast forward and rewind Approx. 6 min. E-240
Counter Remaining time
Time programming 8 programmes up to a year
Video Programming System, VPS Yes

Slow motion video tape
Variable speed
Still picture video tape Noiseless
Search forward 5 x normal speed
Search rewind 5 x normal speed
Index search Track no.
Recording system HQ Frequency range black/white 2.5 MHz
Signal-to-noise ratio luminance 47 dB
Signal-to-noise ratio chrominance AM 38 dB, PM 50 dB
Hi-Fi sound IEC / DIN
Frequency range within +4 -10 dB 20 - 15,000 Hz
Dynamic range > 80 dB
Distortion < 1 %
Channel separation > 46 dB
Wow and flutter < 0.015 %

Power supply
220 volts
Consumption in normal use 54 watts
Consumption in Stand by 26 watts
Placement min. height 22 cm
Dimensions W x H x D 54 x 8.5 x 30 cm
Weight 9.1 kg

Connections: AV & decoder
Camera pause
Remote sensor
RF out

Created: 21st January 2007
Modified: 29th January 2007

Author Notes:

Made by Hitachi.

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