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Recorders

New models

Japanese electronics firm Pioneer has released a new line of HDD/DVD recorders for recording up to 24 hours of content on a single DVD-R DL disc.

Tuesday, 26 July, 2005, 12:00am

How innovators overcome drag

Flying once held no more credibility than time travel. 'Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible,' the British scientist Lord Kelvin said.

13 Jun 2005 - 12:00am

Black box reveals panic but no clues

What should I do? cried pilot of doomed China Eastern flight

The cockpit voice recorder recovered from a plane that crashed one minute after take-off from Baotou , Inner Mongolia , last Sunday provides an insight into the last seconds of the flight - but no explanation of the cause of the tragedy.

29 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

Black boxes found after three days

Investigators have sent two black boxes recovered from the wreckage of a downed China Eastern Airlines passenger plane in Baotou , Inner Mongolia , to Beijing for analysis.

25 Nov 2004 - 12:00am

DVD recorders set to boom as prices fall

The next big thing in home entertainment is becoming more attainable, but features will vary

A few years ago at one of Taipei's myriad technology trade shows, a handful of exhibitors were talking excitedly about the hottest new consumer electronics device to hit the show floor.

'These are really big,' said one young sales rep pointing to a DVD recorder.

24 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

DVD recorders set to boom as prices fall

A few years ago at one of Taipei's myriad technology trade shows, a handful of exhibitors were talking excitedly about the hottest new consumer electronics device to hit the show floor.

'These are really big,' said one young sales rep pointing to a DVD recorder.

23 Aug 2004 - 12:00am

editor's letter

THERE IS a colourful battle (with classy sound effects) being waged today between plasma, LCD, DLP and LCOS for a place in our living rooms as the preferred mode of home visual entertainment. Confusing? For the non-tech-head, perhaps it is. But these letters represent all that amazing new digital technology hidden behind our TV screens.

2 Dec 2003 - 12:00am

Black box from crash recovered

Search teams have recovered one of two black-box recorders that may shed light on the crash of a China Northern Airlines jetliner off Dalian last week, in which all 112 people on board were killed.

15 May 2002 - 12:00am

Sound procedures

I am writing in response to your reader's letter of March 9 entitled 'Now hear this . . .' which commented on the sound quality of the tape for the language proficiency assessment for teachers listening test held on March 2.

23 Mar 2002 - 12:00am

Black Box examined

British experts have made a transcript of the cockpit conversations between the captain and his co-pilot of Flight CI642 and sent it to accident investigators in Hong Kong. But information on the plane's data recorder is still being analysed.

28 Aug 1999 - 12:00am

Video-recorder demand up

China's market demand for video tape recorders is expected to reach six million sets in 2000, even with the rapid development of video compact disc players, China's Market Daily reports.

The market would grow at an annual rate of 14.9 per cent and had a potential of 3.5 million sets in 1996 and four million in 1997, the paper said.

13 Jul 1996 - 12:00am

Ill-fated jet still has part to play

VISITORS to Hong Kong could soon be deprived of a glimpse of ''the one that didn't make it'' following a deal to buy the China Airlines jumbo jet which crashed into Victoria Harbour.

15 Mar 1994 - 12:00am

New way to catch the best on TV

FROM today, the South China Morning Post offers an addition to our TV listings which will revolutionise the way you watch television.

With the G-Code Instant Video Programmer, recording programmes for later viewing will now be as easy as dialling a telephone number. Details are at the base of this page.

19 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Cracking the VCR code for couch potatoes

EVER tried video recording that early morning European soccer match and ended up with a black and white 1960s Cantonese film? Or cringed when your eight-year-old child teaches you how to programme the VCR? If so, you can now thank two Hongkong-born scientists and the Sunday Morning Post. This month, VCR programming becomes easier as a video revolution hits Hongkong.

6 Jun 1993 - 12:00am

Video thefts

VIDEO recorders worth $1.3 million were stolen from a warehouse in Aberdeen. A total of 1,300 VCR players were taken from an industrial building at 3.30 pm after the raiders forced two iron grilles.

20 Jan 1993 - 12:00am