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 Post subject: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 12 Jan 2020, 18:33 
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Welcome all! Today I got such a monster. I bought it for $ 7. While I understand what it is in general) Now I have in my collection Sony MDP-711 and Pioneer LD-V 800. Sony is completely working, there are problems with Pioneer. There are experts who can tell about this device what?
What is able, it turns on, the tray unloads, if you give it a regular LD, it understands that it has a disk inside, but he does not want to play it. For now, if anyone is interested, ask. Couple photo :think:

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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 12 Jan 2020, 19:24 
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The LD-V800 is the Japanese version of the LD-V8000, there is a good service manual for it on manuals.lddb.com. You'll want to have diagnostic tools and a test disk (GGV1069) if possible.

The Sanyo deck only plays HDVS disks, and not even Sony's. Unless you find disks specifically for that model, it's a nice decoration.
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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 12 Jan 2020, 20:04 
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Is there information which disc can play?
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PostPosted: 12 Jan 2020, 20:05 
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http://home.q03.itscom.net/nsa/muse.htm

and while being linky: https://manuals.lddb.com/LD_Players/Pioneer/LD/LD-V8000/
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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 13 Jan 2020, 00:13 
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I do not remember how i confirmed Sony and Sanyo baseband systems being incompatible: as i did own Sony decks and discs, either i have one Sanyo deck or one Sanyo disc (likely the latter). All these are in storage now.
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PostPosted: 13 Jan 2020, 02:10 
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ryanclow wrote:
Welcome all! Today I got such a monster. I bought it for $ 7.


https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/p720844718

And how much shipping?
Sold as "Junk", has it been tested or it's just non-working?

We have 80+ HDVS titles in the dabatase but:

https://www.lddb.com/search.php?adv_search=*&format=ld&video=6&format=ld&max=250

1/ They're nearly impossible to find
2/ I don't know which ones are compatible with the SANYO player (maybe none)

HDVS Demo disc on eBay
How do you play HDVS titles & why are they SO expensive?

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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 01 Feb 2020, 03:41 
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I do not remember how i confirmed Sony and Sanyo baseband systems being incompatible: as i did own Sony decks and discs, either i have one Sanyo deck or one Sanyo disc (likely the latter). All these are in storage now.

According to the technical papers I have in my library, the Sony system plays two parallel tracks simultaneously on the same side of the disc (using one beam, in the inverse of the usual LD 3-beam tracking arrangement). The Sanyo system, on the other hand, uses two heads to play both sides of the disc simultaneously!
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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 24 May 2020, 04:38 
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Some spoiler..won this rare ld! I wonder if it will start on the device or there will be a device without disks and a disk that cannot be played anywhere :crazy:
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PostPosted: 24 May 2020, 08:41 
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ryanclow wrote:
Some spoiler..won this rare ld! I wonder if it will start on the device or there will be a device without disks and a disk that cannot be played anywhere :crazy:


Did you get another player?

This one won't play on your SANYO or LD-V800, you need a MUSE Player with a MUSE decoder to play it.

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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 29 May 2020, 05:46 
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yep, got SONY HIL-C1 but almost searching some sanyo baseband laserdisc... :yawn:
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PostPosted: 29 May 2020, 07:25 
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It looks like these baseband discs are more rare than hd-vmd discs I have been looking for.
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substance wrote:
It looks like these baseband discs are more rare than hd-vmd discs I have been looking for.


It's the problem with professional gears, when they remains on the balance sheets of companies at 0 book value but creates storage expenses, it's better to dump the whole thing rather than sell it and have to account for residual meager profits. Cash converters will not take these, it would collect dust on shelf for years. As a donation to charity, nobody would take it either. And giving it for free to someone raises liability issues if the thing blow up and hurts someone.

Companies are not hardware museums, they quick get rid of what brings no value to them and generates extra costs/liabilities.

That's why most of the museums exhibitions set are still around today: their business is long time storage and they don't mind keeping older technology if they have historical significance.

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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 15 Jan 2024, 13:50 
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Baseband discs contain a single video file, but the capacity is limited and is written equally on both sides to exceed 15 minutes. It uses TCI. In a document from ITE in 1990, the jump speed is shown through a photo of the Hagia Sophia Mosque in Istanbul and a Japanese woman (I think it means that Turkey also has a video shot with HDVS. Maybe it is just a Baseband transfer of a 35/70mm video or photo). (But only Sharp engineers are included in this document. I'm not sure if Sharp also had its own HD disc or if they are talking about MUSE LaserDisc/Sanyo HDD (baseband)/Sony HDVS)
Panasonic also has documentation for baseband disc (I'm not sure if they're talking about a standalone disc type):
https://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail?JGLOBA ... 8972428358


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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 12 Mar 2024, 17:00 
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I see that we got information about specs of disc, but is any have some info about real discs? photos maybe.. :?
all a got about this little photo of disc:
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This info about BM2000
[Reveal] Spoiler:
Realization of continuous high-quality video playback for 1 hour using the baseband method
HVL-BM2000

HDTV baseband video disc player
Product number: HVL-BM2000
Main features
-By unique simultaneous double-sided playback, long-term continuous playback of 1 hour is possible without changing the disc.
・ Uses a baseband method without band compression. Provides high-quality video even when playing large-screen video.
High definition LD (MUSE method) can also be played. (option)


And little info about discs:
[Reveal] Spoiler:
We have a large number of rental video software that can be shown on the baseband video disc player (HVL-BM2000).
A. Tezuka Animation
・ Astro Boy series
・ Experimental animation series
・ Lion books series
・ Black Jack Series
B. Masterpiece animation
・ Grimm Masterpiece Theater
・ Alice in Wonderland
・ Peter Pan Adventure
C. Sanyo Gold Selection
・ History travel series
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PostPosted: 13 Mar 2024, 03:36 
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ryanclow wrote:
High definition LD (MUSE method) can also be played. (option)


Has anyone ever tested this?

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 Post subject: Re: SANYO HVL-BM2000
PostPosted: 13 Mar 2024, 09:59 
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The " (option) " remark makes me think it might have been an optional feature that had to be ordered and cost extra money.
Interesting to find out how to identify if the player has this option installed or not...

Also wow... there was Tezuka Anime on Sanyo Baseband LD? Would be awesome to have.
Especially Black Jack.
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PostPosted: 21 Mar 2024, 16:14 
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The " (option) " remark makes me think it might have been an optional feature that had to be ordered and cost extra money.
Interesting to find out how to identify if the player has this option installed or not...

Also wow... there was Tezuka Anime on Sanyo Baseband LD? Would be awesome to have.
Especially Black Jack.

Most likely, the so-called option, a disk option that is intended for the baseband (non-compression) of the disk but includes optional MUSE compression, has been considered. HVL-BM2000 has the required ports for MUSE. By the way, the name of the disc should be High Density Disc (HDD), not Baseband. Because it says so (HVL-BM2000). In some documents, baseband must have been used to describe the structure of the disk without its commercial name (meaning uncompressed, like HDVS).
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