Question by  paulej (28)

When did the VCR first come out?


Answer by  shatteredcode (65)

The VCR was first introduced in July 1977 by JVC (V2000). It was rivaled by Betamax, which was released first(in November 1975). It only had two-hour and four-hour modes, however.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

Well the first publicly released video cassette recorder was released was Phillips Model 1500. It was first available in England back in 1972.


Answer by  abc25 (196)

The very first Beta (or Betamax) VCR was introduced by Sony on May 10, 1975. The first VHS VCR was JVC HR-3300 was introduced on September 9, 1976.


Answer by  tipster477 (46)

VHS technology was developed during the 1970s and the first units went on sale in the late 70's early 90's. Other commercial tape formats used by studios were available as far back as 1956.


Answer by  Anonymous

Well what i was hearing about it is that the first VCR was invented in the 1970's and that you could pend a lot of time with your family.

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