Laserdisc/CD Video

Laserdisc/CD Video

LaserDisc is a home video format and the first commercial optical disc storage medium, initially licensed, sold and marketed as MCA DiscoVision in North America in 1978. After its introduction in Japan in 1981, the format was introduced in Europe in 1983 with the LaserVision name although Philips used "VLP" in model designations, such as VLP-600. Philips tried renaming the entire format in 1987 to "CD-Video", and while the name and logo appeared on players and labels for years, the 'official' name of the format remained LaserVision. In the early 1990s, the format's name was finally changed to LaserDisc.

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Clive Griffin: Don't make me wait [used/boxed]
Single CD with CDVIDEO track. ..
2.95€
Historie van het Nederlands Elftal [used/boxed]
Made in 1989 by Dutch broadcaster NOS. ..
9.95€
Pagliacci [used/boxed]
Opera in one prologue and two acts. Please not: records shows some degradation. ..
6.95€
Vienna in Music [used/boxed]
Geat classical laserdisc. ..
7.95€