A machine that attaches to a television set and can be used to record TV broadcasts for later viewing or to play pre-recorded video programming. There are two principle incompatible formats, VHS and Beta.
A video recording device developed by the Japanese company JVC which came onto the market in 1979 and uses VHS tapes.
a video tape player and recorder that connects to a television to play or record tapes
(VCR)- A piece of consumer electronic equipment now present in 83 percent of American homes which records and plays back television programming on magnetic videotapes.
Device that records audio and video electrical signals onto magnetic tape (aka videotape recorder).
Is a device which can record (or playback) video and audio signals on a magnetic tape housed in a cassette.
AKA: VCR A common household appliance for recording and/or playing prerecorded video tapes. See VHS, NTSC and PAL.