Their superior picture and sound quality soon attracted VCR
owners tired of tapes being "chewed", jumping and taking an age to rewind or fast forward.
We hope to add to the literature by providing data about the penetration of VCR
and its usage among college students.
A hi-fi VCR
may cost more, but you'll get clearer sound quality, especially if you're looking for the most realistic sound.
If a plan is eligible under the VCR
program, it is generally not eligible under the voluntary CAP program.
So, no, you can not have a John Doe VCR
I thought the VCR
was eventually going to be under $200 and it happened and it has happened with DVD, the same story.
Matsushita plans to transfer production of its unprofitable VCRs
to Malaysia and begin importing them to Japan in the fall of this year.
This Walk-in CAP allows plan sponsors, whose plans are not eligible for the VCR
Program, to correct plan defects and pay sanctions that are ordinarily less (and often substantially less) than an audit CAP sanction.
is available now and has a suggested retail of $425.
is a temporary, experimental program permitting employers that meet certain conditions to voluntarily correct operational defects in their qualified retirement plans and avoid the risk that the IRS may disqualify their plans.
based chain will only offer the VHS format through its Web site but will continue to sell VCR
players and blank VHS tapes in its stores.
The company, known for its dual deck VCR
, is now offerings dual-deck model priced for a broader market Roger Hackett, chairman and chief executive, said the new dual-deck is priced at $399.