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|albe||6:26am on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010|
|amazing seriously an amazing camera. Very easy to use, cute, small, and portable. great features for both beginners and more advanced users. Good camcorder for common shooting I bought this camcorder because I wanted to have one I could hook up to my computer and use iMovie to edit and burn...|
|rglab||3:16am on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010|
|What a camcorder. Great on Image quality and is packed with features. Heaps of capacity and I can use Micro SD cards as well. Purchased Christmas 2008. Great size, easy to setup and use. Video quality good, but at 8.|
|JayJones||3:33am on Monday, August 16th, 2010|
|"I use this camcorder for job related purposes, and it has worked well for me so far. My only complaint relates to the volume. "The recommendation for the Memory Card is incorrect on the web site. It can not hold the SD4. It holds the Micro SD Card. "I bought the camcorder last week for $359 and I was rewarded with the easy use of the camcorder. I can just flip open the camcorder screen.|
|fredrc||12:33pm on Thursday, July 29th, 2010|
|This video camera is a great camcorder, it is easy to use and pretty inexpensive. This camera does have its draw backs but not the camera itself. Recording Media - This is both Hard Drive (which they market as HD) and MicroSD.|
|oscord||9:30am on Saturday, July 10th, 2010|
|This camera has it all 35x optical zoom never miss that shot again from being to far away. We wanted a new compact camcorder primarily for the family, but also for my husband to use for the military and outdoors. This fit the bill great!|
|oreh||9:19pm on Sunday, June 13th, 2010|
|in conclusion, if you already have a digital camera, its a nice video camera. This camera has nice features with easy to use functions. TAKES LOTS OF PICTURES AND RECORDS BEAUTIFULLY HIGH QUALITY IN RECORDING LONG BATTERY LIFE ALSO DONT NEED BACKUP BATTERY OR MEMORY CARD LOVE IT NONE A...|
|Anselmus||1:49pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|My siblings and I bought this camera for my mom for Christmas. We wanted to get her something to capture her first grandchild. Record all your memories with the camcorder Everio GZ-MG330 from JVC, awarded as best chamber Video family by EISA 2008.|
|Jeremy_Cade||1:15am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010|
|Over all, I like this camcorder because it is small and easy to carry. Even thougth the 8GB is not enought. I bought this camcorder as we wanted a digital recording device for video of our twin children. Good quality video -- though. This is my first camcorder purchase, and I did a lot of research before buying this camera.|
|philpem||11:22pm on Saturday, April 10th, 2010|
|I like it so far :) So far everything is working fine,nice little camcorder,was worth the money Only 1 con,the audio seems kind yuk. The HD drop detection is a great feature, helps keep the 30 gig HD in good working condition.|
|unklegrumpy||9:30am on Friday, April 9th, 2010|
|I bought the camera powerful, cost-effective strong. And if, like me, just need a good enough performance. Good & smart thing. JVC Everio GZ is good for home user but not for avid video editors. The files are not too user friendly yet.|
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VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
2/12/03, 6:31 PM
The rating plate and the safety caution are on the rear of the unit.
WARNING: DANGEROUS VOLTAGE INSIDE WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
I Please read the various precautions on pages 24 of this instruction manual before installing or operating the recorder. I It should be noted that it may be unlawful to re-record pre-recorded tapes, records, or discs without the consent of the owner of copyright in the sound or video recording, broadcast or cable programme and in any literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic work embodied therein.
Connection to the mains supply in the United Kingdom. DO NOT cut off the mains plug from this equipment. If the plug fitted is not suitable for the power points in your home or the cable is too short to reach a power point, then obtain a proper safety approved extension lead/adapter or consult your dealer. In the unlikely event of the plug fuse failing be sure to replace the fuse only with an identical approved type, as originally fitted, and to replace the fuse cover. If the fuse fails again consult your nearest JVC dealer. If nonetheless the mains plug is cut off remove the fuse and dispose of the plug immediasy, to avoid a possible shock hazard by inadvertent connection to the mains supply. If this product is not supplied fitted with a mains plug then follow the instructions given below: DO NOT make any connection to the Larger Terminal coded E or Green. The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue to N (Neutral) or Black Brown to L (Live) or Red
If these colours do not correspond with the terminal identifications of your plug, connect as follows: Blue wire to terminal coded N (Neutral) or coloured Black. Brown wire to terminal coded L (Live) or coloured Red. If in doubt consult a competent electrician.
I When you are not using the recorder for a long period of time, it is recommended that you disconnect the power cord from the mains outlet. I Dangerous voltage inside. Refer internal servicing to qualified service personnel. To prevent electric shock or fire hazard, remove the power cord from the mains outlet prior to connecting or disconnecting any signal lead or aerial. The STANDBY/ON o button does not completely shut off mains power from the unit, but switches operating current on and off. y shows electrical power standby and z shows ON. Video tapes recorded with this video recorder in the LP (Long Play) mode cannot be played back on a single-speed video recorder.
When the equipment is installed in a cabinet or a shelf, make sure that it has sufficient space on all sides to allow for ventilation (10 cm or more on both sides, on top and at the rear.) When discarding batteries, environmental problems must be considered and the local rules or laws governing the disposal of these batteries must be followed strictly. Failure to heed the following precautions may result in damage to the recorder, remote control or video cassette. 1. DO NOT place the recorder in an environment prone to extreme temperatures or humidity. in direct sunlight. in a dusty environment. in an environment where strong magnetic fields are generated. on a surface that is unstable or subject to vibration. 2. DO NOT block the recorders ventilation openings or holes. (If the ventilation openings or holes are blocked by a newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to get out.) 3. DO NOT place heavy objects on the recorder or remote control. 4. DO NOT place anything which might spill on top of the recorder or remote control. (If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment, fire or electric shock may be caused.) 5. DO NOT expose the apparatus to dripping or splashing. 6. DO NOT use this equipment in a bathroom or places with water. Also DO NOT place any containers filled with water or liquids (such as cosmetics or medicines, flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.) on top of this unit. 7. DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as lighted candles, on the apparatus. 8. AVOID violent shocks to the recorder during transport.
ABOVE ALL. NEVER let anyone especially children push anything into holes, slots or any other opening in the case this could result in a fatal electrical shock; NEVER guess or take chances with electrical equipment of any kind it is better to be safe than sorry!
2/12/03, 6:32 PM
Diagrams of Equipment.. 6 Equipment Key.. 7 Welcome to JVC..8 Plug&Play Setup.. 10 Initial Settings.. 13 Basic Features.. 23 Advanced Features.. 37 Subsidiary Information.. 48 List of Terms... 52
diagrams of equipment
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display remote control
FRONT PANEL 1 STANDBY/ON o Button turns VCR on/off (loading a cassette also turns power on). 2 Button stops tape; ejects tape during Stop mode. 3 Cassette Loading Slot is where cassette is inserted; door closes. 4 | Button stops tape temporarily during recording; stops tape temporarily during playback; plays back frame by frame with each additional press. Button rewinds the tape; initiates high-speed reverse search. 6 Button fast-forwards tape; initiates high-speed forward search. 7 PR +/ Buttons select a preset position. 8 Display Panel shows the condition of the VCR. 9 Infrared Beam Receiving Window is where Remote Control should be aimed when in use. 10 T Button starts regular recording. 11. Button plays back tape; cancels Pause, Still, Slow, Search modes. REAR PANEL 1 Mains Power Cord supplies power to VCR. 2 Tying Band Stopper fixes the main power cord. Do not drop the tying band into the inside of the VCR. It may cause a malfunction. 3 EURO AV2 DECODER Connector enables connection of satellite receiver or second recorder; input recordable when AV2 selected. 4 AERIAL Connector enables connection of aerial. 5 EURO AV1 AUDIO/VIDEO Connector enables AV connection to TV or second VCR; input recordable when AV1 selected. 6 AUDIO OUT (L/R) Connectors enable connection of audio cassette recorder, TV or second VCR for dubbing. 7 RF. OUT Connector enables connection to aerial terminal of TV receiver. VCR DISPLAY PANEL 1 Tape-in Indicator lights up when the cassette is inserted. 2 REC Indicator lights when the VCR is during recording. 3 VCR Indicator lights when the VCR is in the video mode. At this point, the TV automatically enters AV mode. 4 Timer Indicator lights when the VCR enters Timer mode. REMOTE CONTROL 1 TV o Button turns JVC TV on/off. Button enables 2 TV you to select TVs auxiliary input mode. 3 TV/VCR Button switches connected TVs mode between TV and AV. 4 Number Keys are used in preset position selection and the VIDEO Plus+ Timer Programming. Button resets counter on the on-screen display to 0:00:00. 6 10yButton initiates Ez (Easy) Power Off function. 7 Button enables/ disables the child lock mode. Button same as button on VCR. 9. Button same as button on VCR. 10 T [ITR] Button starts regular recording (press once), Instant Timer Recording (press twice); sets duration of ITR. 11 S Button stops tape. 12 TV PR +/ Buttons selects the connected JVC TV's channel. 13 MENU Button accesses Menu screen. 14 STANDBY/ON o Button turns VCR on/engages the VCR in the standby mode. Button ejects tape during Stop mode. 16 VIDEO Plus+ Button accesses VIDEO Plus+ Program screen. 17 AV Button selects VCRs auxiliary input mode. Button initiates a 30-second period of fast-motion playback. 19 / Button selects tape speed. 20 Button same as button on VCR. 21 | Button same as button on VCR. 22 ^& [PR+/] Buttons select a preset position; used for selection in on-screen menus; adjust the tracking during playback, still picture or variable speed search. 23 TV +/ Buttons control volume of connected JVC TV. 24 *TButtons initiate variable-speed search. 25 OK Button enters selections made in on-screen menus; displays the current VCR status on the TV screen.
set time and date Press the ^ and & buttons to display the desired setting and press T. OR Press the appropriate number keys for each setting. Input 0 before any single number entries. start clock operation Press MENU.
The VCR needs to find, identify and memorise all available stations in your area in order to record programmes correctly. Once done, pressing the ^ or & buttons enables you to jump to the available channels without going via any vacant channels. This channel search can be done either automatically or manually. You should only need to perform either of the following procedures if Plug&Play Setup has failed to identify and record available channels or you have moved to a new area.
Auto Channel Setup
get to the main menu Press MENU. perform auto channel set Select the icon ACMS using the * and T buttons and press OK twice.
During Auto Channel Set the indicator on the TV screen moves from left to right. When Auto Channel Set is completed, the Confirmation screen appears.
confirmation screen Once Auto Channel Set has completed its search, the confirmation screen will appear showing the details (Preset Number, Channel Number, Fine Tuning Condition and Station) of the TV stations that the process has found. To view the next channel, press the ^ and & buttons to move the highlight bar to the required channel. return to normal screen Press MENU.
poor reception The VCR memorises all stations found regardless of their quality. If a stations quality is poor, you can delete that station from the memory (see page 19).
Manual Channel Setup
get to the main menu Press MENU. Select the icon PR SET using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. The Manual Channel Set screen of the channel position currently received appears. get to the confirmation screen Press MENU.
00 ARD 00 ZDF WDR00 BRHR3 ---------------MOVE: DELETE:
select position Press the ^ and & buttons on the Remote Control to select a vacant position then press OK. In this example, we have chosen position6. select band When the MANUAL CH SET screen appears, press AV to change the band between C (regular) and S (cable).
PR 06 CH MFT C- - 00 STATION CHANNEL/CABLE : AV
input channel number Press the ^ and & buttons to input the Channel Number that you want to store and press T. OR Press the number keys to input the Channel Number that you want to store. Input 0 before any single number entries.
fine tuning Press Tto select MFT setting. Press the ^ and & buttons to fine-tune the channel. input channel id Press Tto select STATION setting and press OK. Press the ^ and & buttons to select the required ID from the stored list. save new channel details Press MENU to save the details you have just entered. The Confirmation Screen will appear again. Repeat the above procedure from Select Position onwards as many times as required. close confirmation screen Press MENU.
Change Station Name
get to the main menu Press MENU. Select the icon PR SET using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. The Manual Channel Set screen of the channel position currently received appears. get to the confirmation screen Press MENU. select position Press the ^ and & buttons on the Remote Control to select the preset position then press OK. select character Press Tto select STATION setting and press OK. Press Tuntil the first letter of the station name begins blinking.
enter new character Press the ^ and & buttons to cycle through the characters (AZ, 09, +, ,. (period), (space)) and stop when the desired character is indicated, then press Tto enter. Enter the remaining characters the same way (maximum of 5). After entering all characters, press OK. If you make a mistake, press * until the incorrect character begins blinking. Then enter the correct character by pressing the ^ and & buttons. check setting Press MENU. The Confirmation screen appears. close confirmation screen Press MENU.
CH MFT C02 00
Delete a Channel
get to the main menu Press MENU. Select the icon PR SET using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. The Manual Channel Set screen of the channel position currently received appears. get to the confirmation screen Press MENU. select channel Press the ^ and & buttons on the Remote Control to select the channel that you wish to delete. delete channel Press *. The channel directly beneath the cancelled one moves up one line. return to normal screen Press MENU.
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Change Station Preset Position
get to the main menu Press MENU. Select the icon PR SET using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. The Manual Channel Set screen of the channel position currently received appears. get to the confirmation screen Press MENU. select item Press the ^ and & buttons on the Remote Control to select the item you want to move then press T. select new position Press the ^ and & buttons to move the station to the new preset position, then press OK.
Example: If you moved the station in position 4 to position 2, the stations originally in positions 2 and 3 each move down one space.
close confirmation screen Press MENU.
Fine-Tuning Stored Channels
get to the main menu Press MENU. Select the icon PR SET using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. The Manual Channel Set screen of the channel position currently received appears. get to the confirmation screen Press MENU. select item Press the ^ and & buttons on the Remote Control to select the channel that you wish to fine-tune then press OK. fine tuning Press Tto select MFT setting. Press the ^ and & buttons to fine-tune the channel. save new details Press MENU to save the details you have just entered. The Confirmation Screen will appear again. close confirmation screen Press MENU.
TV Station ID Guide
STATION NAME 3SAT ANT ARD ARTE B1 BBC1 BBC2 BR3 BRTN CANAL CAN5 CNN DR1 DR2 DSF EURO FILMN FR2 FR3 HR3 HRT ITA-1 KABEL M6 MDR3 MTV MTV3 N3 ID 3SAT ANTENA ARD ARTE BERLIN1 BBC1 BBC2 BAYERN3 BRTN TV1 (Belgium) CANAL PLUS CANALE5 CNN DR1 DR2 DSF EURONEWS FILM France2 France3 HESSEN3 HRT (Croatia) ITALIA1 KABEL1 M6 MDR3 MTV MTV3 NORD3 STATION NAME ID N-TV N-TV NDR3 NDR3 NED1 NED1 NED2 NED2 NED3 NED3 NET2 Network 2 (Ireland) NELON NICKELODEON NRK NRK ORB3 ORB3 ORF1 ORF1 ORF2 ORF2 ORF3 ORF3 PREM. PREMIERE PRO7 PRO7 RAI1 RAI1 RAI2 RAI2 RAI3 RAI3 RETE1 RETE1 RETE4 RETE4 RIKIS Rikisutvarpid-Sjonvarp (Iceland) RTBF1 RTBF1 RTBF2 RTBF2 RTL RTL RTL2 RTL2 RTL4 RTL4 RTL5 RTL5 SAT.1 SAT1 SF1 SF1 STATION NAME SFB SPORT SR6 SVT SVT1 SVT2 SVT4 SWF3 TEL21 TELE5 TF1 TMC TNT TRT TSI TSR TV1 TV2 TV3 TV5 TVE TVE1 VIVA VOX VTM WDR3 YLE1 YLE2 ZDF ID SFB SPORT SR6 SVT SVT1 SVT2 SVT4 (Sweden) SWF3 TELE21 TELE5 TF1 TELEMONTECARLO TNT INT TRT INT TSI TSR BRTN TV1 TV2 TV3 TV5 TVE (Spain TVE 1/2) TVE1 VIVA VOX VTM West3 YLE1 YLE2 ZDF
TV Station Channel Number Guide
Region London & South-East Transmitter Bluebell Hill Crystal Palace Dover Heathfield Oxford South-West Beacon Hill Caradon Hill Huntshaw Cross Redruth Stockland Hill Channel Islands Fremont Point South Hannington Midhurst Rowridge West Mendip East Sandy Heath Sudbury Tacolneston Midlands Ridge Hill Sutton Coldfield The Wrekin Waltham North Belmont Emley Moor North-West Caldbeck Winter Hill North-East Bilsdale West Moor Chatton Pontop Pike Scotland Angus Black Hill Sandale Caldbeck Creigkelly Darvel Durris Eitshal Keelylang Hill Knock More Rosemarkie Rumster Forest Selkirk Wales Blaenplwyf Carmel Llanddona Moel-y-Parc Presely Wenvoe Northern Ireland Brougher Mountain Divis Limavady 35 BBCBBCITV 60 CHCH 49
Playback... 24 Playback Features.. 26 Recording.. 28 VIDEO Plus+ Timer Programming. 31 Timer Programming. 33
Playback is the most basic operation possible with your VCR. Audio-visual information recorded on a cassette will be played back on your TV screen just like a broadcast programme.
Load a Video Cassette
Turn the TV on Tune the TV to your Video Channel or to its AV mode
Make sure that the window side of the cassette is facing up and the spine label is facing away from the VCR. Insert the cassette as shown in the diagram below; dont use too much force. If the VCR was turned off before you inserted the cassette, the power will come on automatically. The counter on the TV screen will reset to read 0:00:00. If the record safety tab on the video cassette has been removed, playback begins automatically.
Some TVs will shrink the picture and place black bars at the top and bottom of the screen. This is not a malfunction but you may lose some on-screen information The picture may roll up or down. Correct this by adjusting the vertical hold on the TV set The counter and tape remaining times will be incorrect The picture will be distorted during search, still or frame-by-frame playback
If the cassette that you inserted does not start playing automatically, press the. button on the VCR or the Remote Control. If the tape reaches its end during playback, the VCR stops playback, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically.
Stop & Eject
stop Press the button on the VCR or the S button on the Remote Control once to stop playback. eject Press the button on the VCR a second time or the 0 button on the Remote Control to eject the cassette from the VCR. The cassette will take about 6 seconds to appear once the button has been pressed.
Rewind and Fast Forward
rewind Press the 1 button on the VCR or on the Remote Control. fast forward Press the button on the VCR or on the Remote Control. If you press and hold 1 button or button during rewinding or fastforwarding, you can see the picture on the TV screen. Releasing it cancels the picture search and resume rewinding and fast-forwarding.
Video Heads Cleaning
Use a dry cleaning cassette JVC TCL-2 in the following cases: Rough, poor picture appears while a tape is played back. The picture is unclear or no picture appears.
Pause During Playback
Press the | button on the VCR or the Remote Control. The VCR enters Pause mode after moving two or three frames. If the paused picture on the TV screen jumps vertically, press the PR+ and buttons on the Remote Control until the picture is steady. Still picture stops automatically after about 5 minutes to protect the heads. Press. to resume playback.
Single Frame Movement
You can move backward or forward from the still picture. Press the | button on the Remote Control. Each time the | button is pressed, the frame will move forward one frame. Press. to resume playback.
This VCR will play your cassette forwards in slow motion. During still picture, press Ton the Remote Control. The picture will return to still when you press | again. If the slow motion picture on the TV screen jumps vertically, press the PR+ and buttons on the Remote Control until the picture is steady. Slow motion playback stops automatically after about 30 seconds to protect the heads, then still picture resumes. Press. to resume playback.
Variable Speed Search
During playback, press the * or Tbutton on the Remote Control. The more times that you press either button, the faster the rate of search. To decrease the speed of search, press the button for the opposite direction. If the paused picture on the TV screen jumps vertically, press the PR+ and buttons on the Remote Control until the picture is steady. Press. to resume playback.
High Speed Search
During playback or still picture, press the on the Remote Control for forward high speed search, or the 1 button for reverse high speed search. High-speed search stops automatically about 3 minutes to protect the heads, then normal playback resumes. Press. to resume playback.
During playback, press 3 up to 6 times. Each press of the 3 button will cause the VCR to go into fast-motion playback for a period of 30 seconds. When the specified portion of the tape is skipped, normal playback resumes automatically. To return to normal playback during a Skip Search, press.
In the search, still, slow-motion or single frame movement mode, the picture will be distorted the noise bars will appear there will be a loss of colour with an LP-recorded tape
TV signals being received by the recorders built in tuner can be recorded onto a video tape. You can capture a TV programme using your VCR.
Choose a Programme
Turn the TV on Tune the TV to your Video Channel or to its AV mode Choose a blank cassette which has the record safety tab still in place
Select the channel that you wish to record.
remote control Press PR +/ or the number keys. vcr Press PR +/.
Set the Tape Speed
Press /. Check the on-screen display until the required tape speed is shown. You can choose Standard Play (SP) or Long Play (LP). The picture quality on LP recordings will not be as high as on SP recordings, but the tape will last longer.
Record Safety Tab Load the cassette into the VCR (see page 24)
Press T on the VCR or on the Remote Control. If the tape reaches its end during recording, the VCR stops recording, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically.
ONCE VIDEO PLUS+
The VIDEO Plus+ system uses the code numbers called PlusCodes printed after each programme in your TV listings guide. These are a kind of shorthand for video recorders and using them automatically sets your VCR to record the correct programme, channel and time. Up to 7timer recording programmes within a month can be made.
Get to the VIDEO Plus + Screen
Press VIDEO Plus+. You will see the following TV screen information. Press ^& to select ONCE (once), DAILY (Monday Friday) or WEEKLY (weekly serials).
Enter the PlusCode Number
Press the number keys on the Remote Control to enter the PlusCode number of the programme you wish to record, then press OK. The programme list appears.
DAILY REC VIDE PLUS+
If you make a mistake, press * to delete the incorrect number and then enter the correct one. If the number you entered is invalid, PLEASE CHECK appears on the TV screen. Input a valid PlusCode number, then press OK. continued to next page
Make sure that the preset number displayed is the one that you want. If it is incorrect, the wrong programme will be recorded. If it is incorrect or is displayed, select the appropriate number using the ^ and & buttons. This preset position is registered to the VCR.
change preset position Press * Tto select the preset number. You can change the preset position using number keys or ^ and & buttons. change date Press * Tto select the date. You can change the date using number keys or ^ and & buttons.
PR ARD ZDF ------
DATE 2 -----
T I M E 13 : 00~14 : : 30~20 : : 00~20 : 30 - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - -
LP LP SP SP SP SP SP
To change the daily (MondayFriday) or weekly serials, press * Tto select the date setting, then press OK. Press * T, then press OK.
change start time Press * Tto select the start time. You can compensate for anticipated changes in schedule using the number keys or ^ and & buttons. change stop time Press * Tto select the stop time. You can compensate for anticipated changes in schedule using the number keys or ^ and & buttons. set tape speed Press * Tto select the tape speed. You can change the tape speed between Standard Play (SP), Long Play (LP) and Intelligent Play (IP) using the ^ and & buttons. ( pg.34, Intelligent LP Recording) capacity You can set this VCR to timer record up to seven programmes. If you try to enter a eighth, PROGRAM FULL appears on the TV screen.
Return to Normal Screen
Press MENU twice.
Engage Timer Mode
You must now put the VCR into Timer Mode by pressing o otherwise no recording will take place. The timer indicator and standby/record indicator light on the display panel. To disengage the Timer Mode, press o again. If a cassette has not loaded when the VCR enters the Timer Mode, the timer indicator blinks on the display panel.
If you do not know the PlusCode number for the programme that you wish to record, follow the instructions below to manually set your VCR to record.
Get to the Programme List
REC Press MENU. Select the icon REC using the * and Tbuttons and press OK.
Enter Programme Details
Select the open row then press OK again.
PR DATE ARD 15 ------------DLY SU MO T I M E - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - TU WE TH FR SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SA
set programme Press the number keys to enter the programme required. set date Press the number keys to adjust the date.
To time-record daily (MondayFriday) or weekly serials, press * Tto select the date setting, then press OK. Press * T, then press OK.
set start time Press the number keys to enter the start time. set stop time Press the number keys to enter the stop time. set tape speed Press * Tto select the tape speed. You can change the tape speed between Standard Play (SP), Long Play (LP) and Intelligent Play (IP) using the ^ and & buttons. ( pg.34, Intelligent LP Recording)
NOTE: Input 0 before any single number entries. For memory capacity and Serial Programming, see VIDEO Plus+ Timer Programming on page31.
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Intelligent LP Recording
When you set the tape speed to IP, the VCR automatically switches to LP mode to allow complete recording if there is not enough tape to record the entire programme while timer-recording in SP mode. For example, recording a programme of 210 minutes in length onto a 180minute tape. Approximately 150 minutes SP mode Total 210 minutes NOTES: If you have programmed the VCR to timer-record 2 or more programmes, do not use this function, but change the tape speed manually during timer programming. There may be some noise and sound disturbance where the tape speed switches from SP to LP mode on the tape. This function is not available during ITR (Instant Timer Recording), and will not work properly with any tapes longer than E-180 or with some tapes of shorter lengths. Approximately 60 minutes LP mode
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Notes on Timer Recording
If there is a conflict in the timer schedule and one programme overlaps with another, the programme starting earlier will be recorded. If the start times are the same, the programme made most recently will be recorded. If you wish to stop timer recording which has already started, press o. After timer recording is completed, the VCR enters the standby mode automatically. If the tape reaches its end during timer recordings, the VCR stops recording, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically. You can programme the timer recording while a regular recording is in progress; the menu screens will not be recorded.
Check, Cancel & Change Programmes
Press o to disengage the timer mode. REC
go to the programme list Press MENU. Select the icon REC using the * and Tbuttons and press OK. cancel a programme Press ^& to select the programme you want to delete. Press * to cancel a programme. change a programme Press ^& to select the programme you want to change, then press OK. Press * Tto select the item you want to change, then press the number keys and ^ and & buttons to change the settings. return to normal screen Press MENU twice. return to timer mode If there are still programmes to be recorded, press o.
PR ARD -------
DATE 15 -------
T I M E 13 : 00 ~14: 00 - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - - - : - - ~ - -: - DELETE:
LP SP SP SP SP SP SP
Picture Quality.. 38 Sound Modes.. 39 Editing.. 41 Other Functions... 43 Connection to a Stereo System. 47
Your VCR is equipped with automatic tracking control. This will be adequate for most tapes and will automatically adjust the tracking to suit the particular tape in use but if you insert an old or worn tape, it may be necessary to manually adjust the tracking in order to get the best picture. If automatic tracking fails, you will notice noise bars appearing across the picture; you can correct this by manually overriding the tracking using the following steps.
nicam tv If you can receive NICAM TV broadcasts in your area, this VCR can record them independently of the TV set and play them back through the stereo. volume When listening to sound through the connected stereo, turn the TVs volume down to zero. dynamic range This VCR has a Hi-Fi audio dynamic range of 80 dB. Check that your stereo is capable of handling this level of input. If it cannot, you risk speaker damage.
Back of VCR AUDIO OUT
Questions and Answers
PLAYBACK Q: What happens if the end of the tape is reached during playback or search? A: The VCR stops playback, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically.
Q: Can the VCR indefinitely remain in the
RECORDING Q: When I pause and then resume a recording, the end of the recording before the pause is overlapped by the beginning of the continuation of recording. Why does this happen? A: This is normal. It reduces distortion at the pause and resume points.
Q: Can the VCR indefinitely remain in the Record-Pause mode? A: No. It stops automatically after 5minutes to protect the heads. Q: What happens if the tape runs out during recording? A: The VCR stops recording, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically.
still mode? A: No. It stops automatically after 5minutes to protect the heads.
Q: During search, slow, still and frame-by-
frame playback, I cant hear any audio. Whats the problem? A: This is normal.
Q: When returning from variable-speed
search to normal playback, the picture is disturbed. Should I be concerned about this? A: No, it is normal.
Q: Noise bars appear during variable-speed
search. Whats the problem? A: This is normal.
TIMER RECORDING Q: The timer indicator and the standby/ record indicator remain lit on the display panel. Is there a problem? A: No. This is a normal condition for a timer recording in progress.
Q: Can I programme the timer while Im watching a tape or a TV broadcast? A: You wont see the picture as it is replaced by the on-screen menu, but the audio from the program or tape youre viewing can be heard.
POWER 1. No power is applied to the VCR.
The mains power cord is disconnected. The batteries are discharged.
Connect the mains power cord.
2. The Remote Control wont function. TAPE TRANSPORT 1. The tape does not run during recording. RECP appears on the TV screen (only when OSD is set to ON). 2. The tape will not rewind or fastforward. PLAYBACK 1. The playback picture does not appear while the tape is running.
2. The timer indicator blinks on the display panel. 3. Timer programming is not possible.
The timer is engaged but theres no cassette loaded. Timer recording is in progress.
Load a cassette with the record safety tab intact. Timer programming cant be performed while a timer recording is in progress. Wait until it finishes. The programme may not have been recorded in its entirety. Next time make sure you have enough time on the tape to record the entire programme. Set the preset position manually. That preset position is registered to the VCR. Then re-perform the procedure.
4. The VCR stops timer recording, rewinds the tape and ejects the cassette, then enters the standby mode automatically.
The end of the tape was reached during timer recording.
5. The VIDEO Plus+ system does not timer record properly.
The VCRs preset positions have been set incorrectly.
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subsidiary information SYMPTOM
OTHER PROBLEMS 1. Whistling or howling is heard from the TV during camcorder recording. 2. When scanning channels, some of them are skipped over. 3. The preset cannot be changed.
The camcorders microphone is too close to the TV. The TVs volume is too high. Those channels have been designated to be skipped. Recording is in progress.
Position the camcorder so its microphone is away from the TV. Turn the TVs volume down. If you need the skipped channels, restore them. Press | to pause the recording, change presets, then press | to resume recording. Perform manual setting again.
4. Channel settings that were made manually seem to have changed or disappeared. 5. No channels are stored in the VCRs memory.
After the manual settings were made, Auto Channel Set was performed. The TV aerial cable was not connected to the VCR when Plug&Play Setup was performed.
Turn off the VCR once and connect the TV aerial cable to the VCR properly, plug the main power cord into a main outlet again. Then perform Plug&Play Setup again (pg.10).
list of terms
List of Terms
Auto Channel Setup.. 17
Pause During Playback.. 26 Picture Control.. 38 Playback... 24 Plug&Play Setup.. 10 PlusCode Number.. 31
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