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Added by laserking (33)
Cover by laserking (33)

Added on: 16/06/2013
Latest update: 16/06/2014
User updates processed: 1

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Luxman Home Electronics: The Touch of Luxury (1985) [VTT-002]

Country  USA  
Released  1985
Publisher  3M Home Video

UPC  (none)
I-S-B-N  (none)
Category  Demo Disc

Color  Color
Length  15 min.
Side  1
Chapters  5
Size  12"
Picture  Video
Ratio  1.33:1
Plastic  Transparent
Cover  Standard
Rot status  None reported
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Manufactured by  3M or IMATION



 Sound Encoding  Analog Tracks 
 Spoken Language  Subtitles 
English No subtitle 

 Mint Marks sample 

 Additional Information by laserking (33)   17/06/2013 

This is an in-store promotional disc for the line of home entertainment products offered by Luxman Home Electronics in 1985. The jacket is a standard-type one with somewhat generic looking artwork on the front which reads, "Alpine/Luxman Video Network". This, along with the reference number, appears to indicate that there may have been other such demo discs released. The labels on the disc clearly indicate that it was pressed by 3M. However, there is only a "ring of dashes" in the inner blank area, and not the "MADE BY 3M USA" mint markings normally seen on 3M products. The "dead" side is a white non-reflective surface. When this disc was offered for sale, I knew I had to have it, since it features a segment with my very first laserdisc player, the Luxman D-408!

 Additional Information by disclord    16/06/2014 

The description the previous entry provides of the look of the disc itself indicates that it is indeed an early 3M disc that was mastered and pressed in 3M's 2P 'cold casting' process employing early disc replication equipment obtained from Philips before 3M started using equipment of their own design.