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GO-VIDEO ISSUED U.S. PATENT FOR AMERICHROME CIRCUITRY IN DUAL-DECK VCRs

 GO-VIDEO ISSUED U.S. PATENT FOR AMERICHROME CIRCUITRY
 IN DUAL-DECK VCRs
 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., July 22 /PRNewswire/ -- GO-Video, Inc. (AMEX: VCR), designer, developer, patent holder and distributor of the unique Dual-Deck VCR (TM), has been issued U.S. Patent No. 5,124,807 and has been notified of allowance of a further U.S. Patent Application for its AmeriChrome (R) circuitry, R. Terren Dunlap, chairman and chief executive officer, announced today. The AmeriChrome circuitry provides a superior, foolproof system for high quality duplication of VHS video tapes and is incorporated in Go-Video's newest line up of VCRs, which are the only consumer products of their type available in the U.S. today, according to Dunlap.
 Using AmeriChrome circuitry a Dual-Deck VCR machine makes VHS copies that are indistinguishable from the original as it preserves the pure hetrodyned video signal through integrated head-to-head transfer avoiding modulation/demodulation, harmful interference, loss of signal strength, drop-out and operator error associated with copies made by wiring two single deck VCRs together. The invention of this recent patent and patent application advance the basic invention of the Dual- Deck VCR system covered by U.S. Patent No. 4,768,110, which was issued to GO-Video in 1988.
 Dunlap said, "These additional patent rights strengthen GO-Video's position as the creator and exclusive U.S. source of a VCR with effective internal copy capability. American consumers currently own some 110 million camcorders and VCRs and this number is increasing by 33,000 every day. Highest quality copies of any video tape can be made with the touch of a single button with only one machine, GO-Video's Patented Dual-Deck VCR with AmeriChrome circuitry which is available through catalogs and retail outlets nationwide. In addition, owners of GO-Video Dual-Deck VCRs can more easily edit tapes from their camcorders and record a TV show while watching a movie."
 Dunlap said "GO Video's research team, headed by Chief Engineer John Berkheimer, has again demonstrated its technological leadership. Whatever the original source, the quality of copies made with the AmeriChrome circuitry in GO-Video Dual-Deck VCRs is like the original."
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 /CONTACT: R. Terren Dunlap chairman and CEO of GO-Video, 602-998-3400/
 (VCR) CO: GO-Video Inc. ST: Arizona IN: ENT SU:


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