Yes some disc players are still being produced in the United States. There are not as many being produced as in 1988, when they were more popular, but some are still being produced.
No, they are not still being produced. They were not very popular when they were being produced, and now they would be nothing more than a novelty. Very few companies, if any, are still even manufacturing regular VHS players.
As technology advances, cassette players are being replaced with CD players and more popularly iPods and mp3s. However, they soon will be valuable antiques.
There are very few record players still being manufactured that are not for DJ purposes known as turntables. One such model still in production is the Technics SL1200.
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over 30 but many are still pending or being serched for .
No. As long as all other rules are still being followed, the only penalty for having fewer than 11 players on the field is the disadvantage of being down a player.
name the players still playing in the premiership since it started name the players still playing in the premiership since it started
It is still possible to purchase new VHS players. Vintage and thrift stores still carry brand new VHS players. In addition, a number of merchants on eBay also sell new VHS players.
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The vast majority of contracts in the NFL do not contain a guarantee clause. Players can negotiate a guarantee but they rarely get it. Bonuses negotiated with contracts are guaranteed.
I have found that most players play the file extensions MPEG2 and DVD, although there is still the problem with some home players not playing either ( I still haven't figured out why ) while still other home players play them with no problem.