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Recorders, Video

Definition : Recorders designed to store video information. Video recorders usually consist of an electromechanical device that includes external connectors to attach video cameras or other sources of video and sound signals, data processors, controls, and a memory. The recorders may include an analog/digital converter and other accessories. These recorders usually have playing capabilities for both video and sound, either through integral amplifiers and displays (typical in portable video recorders) or by providing output to video reproduction systems (e.g., monitors or television sets). Most video recorders use hard disk, digital versatile disks, video compact disks, or magneto-optical discs; devices with tape memories (e.g., videocassettes) are less frequently used. Video recorders are available in tabletop, rack mounted, and portable versions.

Entry Terms : "Video Recorders"

UMDC code : 34641

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Ampronix Inc

Company Type: Parent

As a leader in medical imaging technology since 1982, AMPRONIX delivers customer-centric solutions tailored to meet the unique needs of your medical environment. AMPRONIX bridges the gap in products and services available to the industry with a full spectrum of imaging peripherals available for the medical community worldwide.

BuyMD Inc

Company Type: Parent

JVC Professional Products Co

Company Type: Parent

JVC Professional Products Company is a division of JVC Americas Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of JVC Kenwood Corp. JVC is a leading developer and manufacturer of sophisticated audio and video products that use superior technologies to deliver high quality sound and images.

Lafayette Instrument Co Inc

Company Type: Parent

Lafayette Instrument Company was a market leader when the world entered into the age of the computer. As the technology available for design, development and manufacturing advanced, so did LIC processes and products. In 1993, Lafayette Instrument Company sold its first computerized Polygraph.

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