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S-VHS

From Wikipedia, Chace Audio

Super VHS was introduced in Japan in 1987 as an improved version of the VHS standard. It boasted a horizontal resolution of 420 lines per picture height versus standard VHS’s 240 lines.

In terms of audio recording, S-VHS retained VHS's conventional linear and Hi-fi soundtracks. Some professional S-VHS decks can record a PCM digital audio track (stereo, 48kHz) along with the normal video and Hi-fi analog audio. The standard Hi-fi analog track is not an acceptable source for professional audio repurposing.

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