|Product :||Beocord VHS82||
|Produced from :||1986 - May 1988|
|Designed by :||———————–|
|Finish :||Black, Grey, Red, White|
The Beocord VHS82 was based around the Philips VR6760 video cassette recorder and had its software altered so that it could be used with a Bang & Olufsen television when it could be controlled via a Video Terminal when connected together by the machines’ SCART sockets.
The stereo, hi-fi sound VCR could also be controlled via a Beolink 1000 but required an additional module be fitted. Either fours hours of programming could be made on one E-240 video tape else eight hours of hi-fi audio.
Recommended for use with the Beovision MX2000 - when both models’ colours matched perfectly - an on-screen, step-by-step programming function was made available. It could be equally used with the Beovision LX models such as the Beovision LX2800.
The VCR was replaced by the Beocord VHS82.2 when software changes were made.
BeoCord VHS 82 types: