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  06-30-2005, 10:23 PM
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anyone use this device? or anything similar?

here's the blurb about it :
Make copies of your video without noticeable signal loss or noise. Now you can correct and unstable video source before you make copies. The CTB-100 is a digital full-frame synchronizer that replaces all sync signals from the source. The result is clean transfers and clear copies.

CTB100 Features:
Restores vertical and horizontal sync and colour burst.
Eliminates picture jitter - ensures stable image.
Adjusts Colour, Brightness, Contrast, Sharpness 7 NTSC Tint.
NTSC, PAL, SECAM.
Built-in AGC function ensures 1 Volt p.p. outputs.
CV and S-Video in/out.
400 line resolution.
Input TV Systems: NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43, PAL, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM
Connection Terminals: Video Input: 1 x Composite 1xS-video input
Video Output: 1x Composite, 1 x S-Video

Sampling Frequency: Y: 13.5MHz
R-Y: 6.75 MHz
B-Y: 6.75MHz
Digital Code Bit: Y: 8 bits
R-Y: 8 bits
B-Y: 8 bits
Processing Controls: Contrast, Bright, Colour, Tint, Sharpness.
Correction Range: Full Frame TBC
Frequency Response: 400 lines
S/N Ration: 50dB
Memory: 6M bits
Power supply: DC 12V 1A.
Weight: 1Kg.
Accessories: DC adaptor

is this a good device to use to basically stabilise my vhs source?
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  06-30-2005, 10:52 PM
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It's a TBC. It's the European version of the AVT-8710
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