or Super VHS was an improved, backward-compatible version of the
VHS standard for domestic video cassette recorders.
It offered substantially better color fidelity and resolution, with
approximately 400 dots per line (the standard measure of analog
video resolution). This means the format could, in theory, deliver
a better picture than broadcast analog television; but in practice,
when viewing material recorded off-air, little improvement over
standard VHS was discernable.
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