Museum of early consumer electronics and 1st achievements

  Reel to reel B&W video
    Reel to reel colour video  
    1st Umatic  
    Philips n1500 n1700 v2000  
    1st VHS VCRs  
  1st Betamax VCRs  
    1st compact video cassette  
    Old video cameras
    1st camcorders
    1st laser disc player
  Vintage satellite (receivers with knobs on!)
    Old televisions
    1st home computers
    Vintage electronic devices
    Turntables & tone arms  
    Valve (tube) amplifiers  
    Reel to reel audio  
    1st audio cassette recorders
  1st brick cell phones  
  Antique telephones  
  Old toys  
  Old books magazines adverts brochures  
    Milestone product history with dates      
        Museum exhibits on tour        
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Video magazines, manuals and books.

Popular Science magazine. September 1985.

Popular Science Video issue

Featuring the Sony CCD-M8E from 1985. The very first 8mm camcorder.

"Television" magazine. October 1975



Featuring the Philips N1500 video recorder. The first ever domestic video cassette recorder.

Practical Television magazine. February 1967.

Practical Television magazine.

This is a very interesting Practical Television magazine as it includes a feature on "Getting TV Taped".
You can see on the front cover a Philips EL3400 and also what looks like an Ampex reel to reel similar to the VR5003.

This is a very interesting Practical Television magazine as it includes a feature on "Getting TV Taped".

Practical Television magazine, video recording.

Practical Television magazine, video recording

Practical Television magazine, video recording

Popular Science magazine. February 1977.

Popular Science magazine.

This magazine announced a number of video disc players to be launched "later in the year".
The Magnavox in the picture is clearly a clone of the Philips VLP-700.

Popular Science magazine.

Audio Video education catalogue 1972/3


Inside is the Sony CV-2000, the first ever domestic reel to reel video recorder
and the Philips LDL1002 reel reel video recorder.

"Home Video" by Marvin Grosswirth. 1981.

Home Video by Marvin Grosswirth. 1981

An interesting book about all types of video products from 1981.

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Link to our main site. Satellite TV.

Rewind Museum is sponsored by Vision International. Note. One of our businesses, Vision International (established 1991)
sponsors Rewind Museum and Satellite Museum including financial support for this web site. Vision International
is one of a group of businesses which we have in the field of Satellite TV.

Vu plus satellite receivers 60cm Clear dish

Tune in an extra 10,000 channels? Watch the world? Links to some of the Satellite Superstore pages are below,

Sky Receivers Freesat Receivers All satellite receivers Fixed Dishes Transparent Dishes Motorised systems LNBs
Multiswitches Caravan satellite Satellite finder meters Installation equipment. Catalogue of all satellite products.

Rewind Museum web site is maintained on a non-profit making voluntary basis.
Our main business website is at
Our main business is satellite TV and we are a specialist satellite company. We
supply satellite goods in the UK and worldwide including fixed and motorised satellite
systems, multiswitches, instrumentation, accessories and installation equipment.

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