Old school tech

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    Before we got to the point we are at now, there were CES showing off some of the coolest tech at the time. So I will be posting some of the old school tech and see how they stand up to today's tech.
     
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    HD VHS....didn't know that existed.
     
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    Neither did I.... But I'll never forget the first time I hooked up my new HQ VHS to my new surround system and watched "Independence day" in 5.1

    Wow.


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    I remember that also Bruben. I bought that same movie for my father in law and we watched it on VHS hooked to his surround sound system and it was pretty awesome, at the time. Good memories.

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