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1.7 Is there a site on the World Wide Web where I can get informationon the RCA VideoDisc system?




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This article is from the RCA SelectaVision VideoDisc FAQ, by tom@cedmagic.com (Tom Howe) with numerous contributions by others.

1.7 Is there a site on the World Wide Web where I can get informationon the RCA VideoDisc system?

I have established a web site named "CED Magic" for information on the
CED system, which is located at the following URL:

http://www.cedmagic.com

This site currently has this FAQ, databases of both NTSC and PAL CED
titles with rarity ratings, a classified ad section, pictorials on player
and disc manufacturing, reference guides on CED players, stylus
cartridges, and drive belts; along with some QuickTime movies and audio
files, links to related web sites, and an expanding technical reference
area. It also has a section on the history of media technology and a
memories section related to RCA VideoDisc. I will be uploading further
reference information on the CED system as I get it prepared.
Also available for purchase at this web site is an RCA VideoDisc
Collector's Guide CD-ROM, which contains much of the web site info plus
about 600MB of additional data comprised of high resolution photos
of over 1,700 VideoDisc titles. There is also an Internet mailing list
called CED Digest, that may be subscribed to by sending an email to
digest@cedmagic.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line.
Queries to the mailing list can be sent to the same email address with
an appropriate subject line, and the content of the query in the body
of the email. Each week, subscribers to CED Digest receive a single
email containing all the postings for that week.


 

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