Companies such as GreenCitizen in California offer recycling for old VHS tapes, and most accept tapes via mail. Devices such as a VHS to DVD Converter can transfer the video on the VHS tapes to a DVD or video file before recycling.Continue Reading
Another option for VHS tapes is donating them to Goodwill, Salvation Army or a local library. Although the technology is obsolete, there are still many people and institutions that use VCRs.
Originally produced by a Japanese company, JVC, VHS tapes made their first appearance in the United States in 1977. The tapes had the ability to record up to two hours of programming.Learn more about Television & Video
There are different ways to convert VHS to DVD, but a simple method is to connect the adapter to the computer and VCR and install the software. Convert the VHS to a blank DVD and burn the disc.Full Answer >
According to Amazon.com, Toshiba has two DVD and VHS combos, the DVR620 and the SD-V296. Both are discontinued as of 2015, but there are many options to purchase a used model on resale sites such as Amazon.com and eBay.Full Answer >
Panasonic Omnivision VHS may refer to different products within the brand. One is a television that includes a built-in videocassette recorder. Others include a VCR and a combination DVD/VCR component.Full Answer >
To sell used VHS tapes, list them on marketplaces such as eBay or Amazon. While most VHS tapes are not particularly valuable and have little resale value, some rare tapes can sell for high prices online.Full Answer >