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Aiwa vcr HV-FX 7800k

Please tell me that a HV-FX 7800k vcr have two FF and REW speeds during playback (this means that the speeds changes when << and >> buttons are pushed once or twice during playback) Thanks in advance, Best regards Radu Fumarel [email protected]

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If you are asking 'why ' does this VCR have 2 speeds, it is to help you locate a certain portion of the movie fast. If you are asking 'Does' this VCR have 2 speeds, the answer is YES.

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