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VHS Transfer to DVD

Having a phone in your pocket makes it easy to capture family videos. But VHS was once the King and today you may have them lurking in a cupboard and unable to watch them. The first VHS & recording system was introduced in 1956 for professional use, then in the late 1970's players and tapes became available for us the consumer. VCR's had about a 20 year reign for recording, and most home's had a video player until the late 1990's, then DVD's arrived with higher quality and a longer shelf life. VHS is just about dead, players are no longer in our homes replaced by DVD's and Blu-ray players also found in gaming systems and computers.
Those memories of weddings, home movies and school performances deserve to be saved and watched again, convert them to DVD today. Call us 07 823 2369