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Added by joe (97)

Added on: 25/09/2006
Latest update: 17/07/2023
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RCA Video Monitors (1983) [RCA 07012]

Country  USA
Released  1983
Publisher  ???
Price  ???

Category  Industrial

Color  Color
Length  ???
Chapters  2
Size  CED Caddy
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Side  1
Manufactured by  RCA (CED)


 Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Additional Information by cedmagic    03/10/2006 

For more information on CED VideoDiscs, please visit the CED Magic web site.

 Additional Information by joe (97)   13/12/2016 

© 1983 RCA Corporation

From the back of the caddy:

Side 1:
1. "RCA Video Monitors: The Future is Now"
A discussion of today's consumer trends and how RCA is responding to those trends with its Video Monitor line. Also contains a review of Monitor features and capabilities, plus ideas for display. The presentation closes with a review of RCA's Monitor strategy and a recap of RCA Video Monitor Support Programs.
2. "Successful RCA Video Monitor Retailing"
Interviews and insights from several RCA dealers across the country. Topics discussed include: Qualifying customers; pricing; margins and profitability; the importance of product knowledge and training; and unique selling experiences.