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    Video Tapes & Discs in Bend

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    Business Listing   Blockbuster - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 385-3111

    Business Listing   Lady Di's Video Productions - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 388-0229

    Business Listing   Leonardi Media Arts - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 617-9565

    Business Listing   Ranch Records - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 389-6116

    Business Listing   SOS New Media Studios- Inc - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 330-6780

    Business Listing   Sun Mountain Video Productions - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 388-4993

    Business Listing   The Electronics Shop - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 389-3385

    Business Listing   Visual Thinking Inc - Bend, OR - Phone: (541) 317-0619

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    Helpful Definition for: Video Tapes & Discs

    Video tapes and discs in Bend are devices that record and play back video using magnetic tape. They have revolutionized broadcast and recording. Video signals use more bandwidth which is why a high head-to-tape speed is required to record and reproduce the high bandwidth signals of video. All modern videotape systems use helical scan and cartridges. Since the advent of digital video and computerized video processing, optical disc media and digital video recorders can now perform the same role as video tapes. These devices also offer improvements like random access to any scene in the recording and ‘live’ time shifting, and are likely to replace videotapes in many situations.

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