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Do read the operating instructions before you attempt to use the equipment. Do ensure that all electrical connections (including the mains plug, extension leads and interconnections between pieces of equipment) are properly made and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Switch off and withdraw the mains plug when making or changing connections. Do consult your dealer if you are ever in doubt about the installation, operation or safety of your equipment. Do be careful with glass panels or doors on equipment.
DONT continue to operate the equipment if you are in any doubt about it working normally, or if it is damaged in any wayswitch off, withdraw the mains plug and consult your dealer. DONT remove any fixed cover as this may expose dangerous voltages. DONT leave equipment switched on when it is unattended unless it is specifically stated that it is designed for unattended operation or has a standby mode. Switch off using the switch on the equipment and make sure that your family know how to do this. Special arrangements may need to be made for infirm or handicapped people. DONT use equipment such as personal stereos or radios so that you are distracted from the requirements of traffic safety. It is illegal to watch television whilst driving. DONT listen to headphones at high volume as such use can permanently damage your hearing. DONT obstruct the ventilation of the equipment, for example with curtains or soft furnishings. Overheating will cause damage and shorten the life of the equipment. DONT use makeshift stands and NEVER fix legs with wood screws to ensure complete safety always fit the manufacturers approved stand or legs with the fixings provided according to the instructions. DONT allow electrical equipment to be exposed to rain or moisture. 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!
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Thank you for purchasing the JVC Powered Woofer CD-MD System. We hope it will be a valued addition to your home, giving you years of enjoyment. Be sure to read this instruction manual carefully before operating your new stereo system. In it you will find all the information you need to set up and use the system. If you have a query that is not answered by the manual, please contact your dealer.
Here are some of the things that make your System both powerful and simple to use. s The controls and operations have been redesigned to make them very easy to use, freeing you to just enjoy the music. With JVCs COMPU PLAY you can turn on the System and automatically start the Radio, CD Player, MD Player with a single touch. s The System is equipped with 10-cm dia. super woofers that provide powerful bass. s The System incorporates an Active Clear Sound circuitry to provide clear high frequency sounds in conjunction with the bass level. s A 45-station preset capability (30 FM and 15 AM (MW/LW)) in addition to auto-seek and manual tuning. s Versatile CD options include repeat, random and program play. s Versatile MD Player provides playback function, recording function, editing function of the tracks in the MD, title function to give title to the MD and tracks. s Timer functions; set the system to automatically come on, switch off.
How This Manual Is Organized
Basic information that is the same for many different functions - e.g. setting the volume - is given in the section Common Operations, and not repeated under each function. The names of buttons/controls and display messages are written in all capital letters: e.g. TUNER BAND, CD NO DISC. System functions are written with an initial capital letter only: e.g. Normal Play. Use the table of contents to look up specific information you require. Weve enjoyed making this manual for you, and hope it serves you in enjoying the many features built into your System.
1. s Where to place the System
Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold. (Between 5C and 35C or 41F and 95F.) Leave sufficient distance between the System and a TV. Do not use the System in a place subject to vibrations.
2. s Power cord
Do not handle the power cord with wet hands! Some power is always consumed as long as the power cord is connected to the wall outlet. When unplugging the System from the wall outlet, always pull the plug, not the power cord.
3. s When carrying the System
Remove a CD on the tray. Disconnect all the cords from the System.
4.Malfunctions, etc. s
There are no user serviceable parts inside. In case of system failure, unplug the power cord and consult your dealer. Do not insert any metallic object into the System.
s Table of Contents s
Features... 1 How This Manual Is Organized.. 1 IMPORTANT CAUTIONS.. 1 Getting Started..2 Common Operations..5 Using the Tuner...7 Using the CD Player..9 Using the MD Player (Listening to an MD).11 Recording onto an MD..14 Using the MD Player (Editing).15 Listening to an Auxiliary Equipment.20 Using the Timers... 21 Information on MDs (Minidiscs).. 22 MD Messages.. 23 Minidisc limitations.. 24 Rules of Digital Dubbing.. 24 Care And Maintenance... 25 Troubleshooting.. 25 Specifications... 26
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s Getting Started s
Check that you have all of the following items, which are supplied with the System. Power Cord (1) AM Loop Antenna (1) Remote Control (1) Batteries (2) If any of these items are missing, contact your dealer immediately.
How To Put Batteries In the Remote Control
Match the polarity (+ and ) on the batteries with the + and markings in the battery compartment.
CAUTION: Handle batteries properly. To avoid battery leakage or explosion: Remove batteries when the Remote Control will not be used for a long time. When you need to replace the batteries, replace both batteries at the same time with new ones. Dont use an old battery with a new one. Dont use different types of batteries together.
Using the Remote Control
The Remote Control makes it easy to use many of the functions of the System from a distance of up to 7m (23 feet) away. You need to point the Remote Control at the remote sensor on the Systems front panel. Note: If you point the Remote Control from the slant direction, the above distance will be shortened.
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CAUTION: Make all connections before plugging the System into an AC power outlet.
Connecting the FM Antenna
FM broadcast reception is made with the telescopic antenna. Fully extend and turn it to obtain the best reception. If reception is poor, connect an FM outside antenna (not supplied) as follows. 'LVFRQQHFW#WKH#FDEOH#ZLUH#IURP#WKH#)0#:80RKP#&2$;,$/#WHUPL0 QDO#RQ#WKH#EDFN#RI#WKH#6\VWHP1#7KHQ/#FRQQHFW#D#:80RKP#DQWHQQD#ZLWK FRD[LDO#W\SH#FRQQHFWRU#+,(&#RU#',178#658,#WR#WKH#)0#:80RKP#&20 $;,$/#WHUPLQDO1
FM outdoor antenna (Not Supplied)
CAUTION: To avoid noise, keep antennas away from the System, the connecting cord and the AC power cord.
Connecting the AM (MW/LW) Antenna
AM loop antenna (Supplied)
Attach the AM loop to its base by snapping the tabs on the loop into the slot in the base.
Turn the loop until you have the best reception.
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Connecting Auxiliary Equipment
Connect an (not supplied) signal cord between the AUX IN terminal on the System and the output terminals of your auxiliary equipment (e.g. turntable). You can listen to this source.
Pin-plug x 2 Stereo mini plug Turntable (with built-in equalizer) (not supplied)
Signal cord (not supplied)
Connecting the AC Power Cord
Firmly insert the supplied AC power cord into the AC inlet on the back of the Unit.
CAUTIONS: ONLY USE THE JVC POWER CORD PROVIDED WITH THIS SYSTEM TO AVOID MALFUNCTION OR DAMAGE TO THE SYSTEM. BE SURE TO UNPLUG THE POWER CORD FROM THE OUTLET WHEN GOING OUT OR WHEN THE SYSTEM IS NOT IN USE FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME.
Now you can plug the AC power cord into the wall outlet, and your System is at your command!!
JVC's COMPU PLAY feature lets you control the most frequently used System functions with a single touch. With One Touch Operation you can play a CD, an MD, or turn on the radio with a single press of the play button for that function. One Touch Operation turns the power on for you, then starts the function you have specified. If the System is not ready (no CD in place, for example), the System still powers on so you can insert a CD. How One Touch Operation works in each case is explained in the section dealing with that function. The COMPU PLAY buttons are:
On the Unit
CD 6 button TUNER BAND button MD 6 button AUX button
On the Remote Control
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s Common Operations s
ACTIVE CLEAR SOUND PHONES DISPLAY SUPER WOOFER VOLUME+, ACTIVE CLEAR SOUND indicator STANDBY indicator VOLUME+, MID/TREBLE DISPLAY /CHARA. SUPER WOOFER VOLUME+, ACS VOLUME+,
Turning the Power On and Off
Turning the System On
Press the button.
The display comes on and the STANDBY indicator goes out. The System comes on ready to continue in the mode it was in when the power was last turned off.
For private listening
Connect a pair of headphones to the PHONES jack. No sound comes out of the speakers. Be sure to turn down the volume before connecting or putting on headphones.
The Band and Frequency you were last tuned to appear on the display. Each time you press the button, the band alternates between FM and AM (MW/LW).
2. s Select a station using one of the following methods.
Manual Tuning Press the 4 or button repeatedly to move from frequency to frequency until you find the station you want. OR Auto Tuning If you press and hold the 4 or button for one second or more, the frequency changes down, or up, automatically until a station is found. OR Preset Tuning (Possible only after presetting stations) Select the desired preset number (displayed as "P XX" on the display) using the JOG dial or the number keys on the Remote control. After 1 second the display will show the preset number's band and frequency.
(After 1 second)
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You can preset up to 30 FM stations and up to 15 AM (MW/LW) stations. Note: Preset numbers may have been set to factory test frequencies prior to shipment. This is not a malfunction. You can preset the stations you want into memory by following one of the presetting methods below.
To Change the FM Reception Mode
When you are tuned in an FM broadcast, the "STEREO" indicator lights up and you can hear stereo effects. If an FM stereo broadcast is hard to receive or noisy, you can select Monaural mode. Reception improves, but you lose any stereo effect.
Press the FM MODE button on the Remote Control so that the "MONO" indicator lights up on the display.
"MONO" indicator goes out. "MONO" indicator lights.
When changing the Band When changingthe Band
1. s Select a band by pressing the TUNER BAND button. tion. 2. s Press the 4 or button to tune in a sta3. s Press the SET button.
The youngest blank preset number will blink. "P 1" will blink for the first time.
To restore the stereo effect, press the FM MODE button on the Remote Control so the "MONO" indicator goes off. If you select other FM station, the MONO indicator goes out.
4. s Turn the JOG dial to the right or left to select the preset number. 5. s Press the SET button.
"STORED" appears and, after 2 seconds, the display returns to the broadcast frequency display.
6. s Repeat above steps 1 to 5 for each station you want to store in memory with a preset number.
To cancel the presetting, press the CANCEL button in step 3 or 4. To change the preset stations, repeat the same steps as above.
In each band, you can automatically preset FM-30, AM (MW/LW)15 stations. Preset numbers will be allocated as stations are found, starting from the lowest station and moving up the frequency.
or or (for 2 seconds)
1. s Select a band by pressing the TUNER BAND button. 2. s Press the AUTO PRESET button on the 3. s Repeat steps 1-2 for the other band.
Remote Control for more than two seconds.
If you want to change the preset stations, carry out the Manual Presetting for the desired preset numbers.
CAUTION: If the System is unplugged or if a power failure occurs, the preset stations will be erased after about 24 hours. If this happens, you will need to preset the stations again.
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s Using the CD Player s
Number Keys PROGRAM 0 CD REPEAT RANDOM CD 6 CD 6 DISPLAY/CHARA. JOG dial
Play mode indicator
Track number, Playing Repeat time, Preset number indicator
When the System is in use, the display shows other items as well. For simplicity, we show here only the items described in this section.
CD indicator Music calender OVER indicator which lights up if the number of tracks of the CD exceeds 20.
You can use Normal, Random, Program or Repeat Play. Repeat Play can repeat all the tracks or just one of the tracks on the CD. Here are the basic things you need to know to play a CD and locate the different tracks on it.
Basics of Using the CD Player-Normal Play
To Play a CD
1. s Insert a CD. 2. s Press the CD6 button.
The first track of the CD begins playing.
The Quickest Way To Start a CD Is With the One Touch Operation
Press the CD6 button. The power is automatically turned on. If a CD is already inserted, it will start playing from the first track. If no CD is inserted, "CD NO DISC" appears on the display and the CD Player remains in Stop mode.
To Insert a CD
1. s Press the 0 CD button on the Unit.
The tray opens.
The track number that has been played disappears from the music calender. The CD Player automatically stops when the last track of the CD has finished playing. To stop playing the CD, press the 7 button. The following information for the CD is displayed.
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s Recording onto an MD s
DISPLAY CD 6 MD 6 MD 6 CD 6 MD REC DISPLAY /CHARA. MD REC indicator Track number, Playing time
When the System is in use, the display shows other items as well. For simplicity, we show here only the items described in this section. Recording onto an MD from any of the sound sources is simple. Just insert an MD to the Unit, have the source ready, make one or two settings, and you are ready to record. For each source, the procedure is a little bit different so we explain each separately. But first, here are a few things to make your recordings better.
(See "Checking the Remaining Time of the MD for CD Synchro Recording" mentioned on page 15.)
You can record from the tuner or an auxiliary equipment to an MD as follows.
Things To Know Before You Start
Recording s 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. Carefully read the Rules of Digital Dubbing on page 24. The MD Recorder supports the following sampling frequency for the CD Player of the Unit as a digital source. Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz. The recording level, which is the volume at which the new MD is being made, is automatically set correctly, so it is not affected by the VOLUME level of the System. Nor it is affected by adjusting the sound effects. Thus, during recording you can adjust the sound you are actually listening to without affecting the recording level. Note that it takes 10 seconds until the MD REC button becomes effective after the MD has been inserted. The accidental erasure prevention knob is provided on the back of an MD cartridge to prevent accidental erasure or recording. It must be set to the close position beforehand.
Accidental erasure prevention knob
1. s Insert a MD with its label side up. 2. s Prepare one of the sources.
Tuner: Tune in to a station. AUX IN:Press the AUX button and play the auxiliary equipment. For recording from the CD, see "CD Synchro Recording" on page 15.
3. s Press the MD REC button on the Unit to start recording.
The MD REC indicator lights up on the display and the track number is increased by 1. When recording starts, the remaining time (recordable capacity) appears on the display.
4. s Press the 7 button to stop recording.
The MD REC indicator goes out and "UTOCwriting" appears on the display, indicating that the recording is successfully completed. Then, the MD stops. If the MD becomes full before pressing the 7 button, the recording will be terminated after indicating UTOCwriting. To pause the recording, press the MD REC button on the Unit. The MD REC indicator starts blinking on the display and the track number is increased by 1 for the next recording. To cancel pause, press the MD REC button on the Unit again. The MD REC indicator lights up on the display and recording resumes.
Close For recording or editing
Open For protecting erasure
When you stick an adhesive label onto the MD cartridge, adhere it securely. If it peels off, ejection trouble, etc. will occur.
Preparation Before Recording s Be sure that the MD is not the Play-only type one. s Be sure that the accidental erasure prevention knob of the MD s
cartridge is set to the close position. Otherwise, "DISC PROTECTED" will appear when you try to record a signal to the MD. Be sure that the MD has enough space for recording. If not, carry out ALL ERASE or ERASE function to erase all the tracks or desired tracks in the MD. (See pages 17 and 18.) You can check the recordable remaining time of the MD in Stop mode or during recording by pressing the DISPLAY/CHARA. button on the Unit or the DISPLAY button on the Remote Control.
Checking the Remaining Time of the MD for Tuner/AUX Recording
You can see the recordable remaining time of the MD in Stop mode. In Stop mode, press the DISPLAY/CHARA. button on the Unit or the DISPLAY button on the Remote Control. Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows. Sound source=Remaining time (recordable capacity) of MD (e.g. REM. 23:00)=Clock=(back to the beginning)
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Track Marking for Tuner/AUX Recording
Whenever no sound at the playback side continues for 3 or more seconds, the track number at the MD side is automatically increased by 1. The track number at the MD side is automatically increased by 1 by pressing the SET button on the Unit at the desirable location.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows. Current display=DIVIDE=JOIN=MOVE=ERASE=ALL ERASE=(back to the beginning)
The selected track is divided into two tracks and the track number in the music calender will increase by 1. The recording lasting for 4 seconds starting where the track was divided is repeatedly played for your reference. Movement is possible within the POSITION-128 to 128 range (about 8 seconds before or after the position). Turn the JOG dial to adjust the position to be divided. The recording lasting for 4 seconds starting from the position to which the dividing point has been moved is repeatedly played.
4. s Press the SET button.Playback time of the track
7. s Press the SET button.
8. s Press the ENTER button.
Track to be divided
5. s Select the track number to be divided.
Press the 4 or button or turn the JOG dial to select the track. The selected track is automatically played.
The selected track is divided into two tracks and the number of tracks increases by 1. The new total track number and the total playback time appear on the display.
9. s Press the 0MD button to complete editing.
The MD is ejected after "UTOCwriting" is displayed.
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You can also complete editing operation by pressing the button to turn off the power. To cancel the operation, press the CANCEL button in step 4, 5, or 7 until the display returns to the original display before editing the track. Note: While UTOCwriting is displayed, do not disconnect the power cord or subject the Unit to the vibration to avoid incorrect recording.
3. s Press the EDIT button until "MOVE ?" is displayed.
4. s Press the SET button.
Track to be moved
Joining Tracks (JOIN Function)
5. s Select the track number to be moved.
Press the 4 or button or turn the JOG dial to select the track. Example: Track number 12.
3. s Press the EDIT button until "JOIN ?" is displayed.
6. s Press the SET button.
7. s Select the destination to which the track is to be moved.
To select the track number, press the 4 or button or turn the JOG dial to select the track. In this example, the 12th track will move to the 14th track. (Since, the 12th track is lost, the upper tracks than the 12th one will be shifted toward the younger tracks.)
Destination track Track to be moved
5. s Select the track number to be joined.
Track to be joined Selected track
Press the 4 or button or turn the JOG dial to select the track.
8. s Press the SET button.
7. s Press the ENTER button.
The selected track and the previous track are joined and the number of tracks decreases by 1. The new total track number and the total playback time appear on the display.
9. s Press the ENTER button.
The selected tracks are moved. The total track number and the total playback time appear on the display.
8. s Press the 0MD button to complete editing.
The MD is ejected after UTOCwriting is displayed. You can also complete editing operation by pressing the button to turn off the power. To cancel the operation, press the CANCEL button in step 4, 5, or 6 until the display returns to the original display before editing the track. Note: While "UTOCwriting" is displayed, do not disconnect the power cord or subject the Unit to the vibration to avoid incorrect recording.
the 0MD button to complete editing.
The MD is ejected after "UTOCwriting" is displayed. You can also complete editing operation by pressing the button to turn off the power. To cancel the operation, press the CANCEL button in step 4 through 8 until the display returns to the original display before editing the track. Note: While "UTOCwriting" is displayed, do not disconnect the power cord or subject the Unit to the vibration to avoid incorrect recording.
Moving Tracks (MOVE Function)
Erasing Tracks (ERASE Function)
1. s Insert an MD to be edited with its label side up.
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2. s Press the MD6 button and then 7 button to set the function to MD.
5. s Press the ENTER button.
All the tracks in the MD are erased and "BLANK DISC" is kept displayed.
3. s Press the EDIT button until "ERASE ?" is displayed.
Each time you press the button, the display changes as follows. Current display= DIVIDE= JOIN= MOVE= ERASE= ALL ERASE= (back to the beginning)
6. s Press the 0MD button to complete editing.
The MD is ejected after "UTOCwriting" is displayed. You can also complete editing operation by pressing the button to turn off the power. To cancel the all erasing, press the CANCEL button in step 4. Note: While "UTOCwriting" is displayed, do not disconnect the power cord or subject the Unit to the vibration to avoid incorrect recording.
4. s Press the SET button. erased. Track to be
Giving Titles to MD (DISC TITLE/TITLE Function)
5. s Select the track number to be erased.
Press the 4 or button or turn the JOG dial to select the track. You can give a disc title to the MD and a track title to the tracks in the MD. Any title name can be given up to 32 characters using the provided character sets. The disc title you have given will be displayed in the following cases. When you insert the MD while the function is set to MD. When you press the MD6 button and then 7 button to set the function to MD. Once you have given the title to the tracks, the track title will be displayed before playing the track.
Editing the Title Name: If the wrong character has been input, clear it using the CANCEL button. To clear a particular character which has been input, use the or 4 button to align the cursor with the character, and press the CANCEL button. Then, select the correct character and press the SET button.
6. s Press the ENTER button.
Lower-case letters and symbols
Numbers Moves the cursor for the character to be input to the right. When you try to move the cursor over the characters on the display, five characters scroll at a time. (e.g. ABCDE = FGHIJ) Moves the cursor for the character to be input to the left. When you try to move the cursor over the characters on the display, five characters scroll at a time. (e.g. FGHIJ= ABCDE) Moves the cursor for the title name to the right. Moves the cursor for the title name to the left.
7. s Press the ENTER button again. 8. s Press the 0MD button to complete editing.
The MD is ejected after "UTOCwriting" is displayed. You can also complete editing operation by pressing the button to turn off the power. To cancel the operation, press the CANCEL button in step 6. Note: While "UTOCwriting" is displayed, do not disconnect the power cord or subject the Unit to the vibration to avoid incorrect recording.
Example: When input the title N(space)1 1. Display the letter N to be input by turning the JOG dial to the right or left. 2. Select "N" (put the cursor to the letter N by turning the JOG dial to the right or left). 3. Press the SET button. The letter N is now displayed in the title area.
Giving a Track Title during Playback
You can give a track title during playback a track.
1. s Press the TITLE button.
"TITLE ? " appears on the display.
2. s Press the SET button. 3. s Perform steps 5 - 8 mentioned above to give a track title.
Note: Give a title before playback of the track is ended.
4. Select (space) and press the SET button. 5. Press the DISPLAY/CHARA. button until the numbers are displayed. 6. Select 1 and press the SET button. The title name "N(space)1" will be displayed. [Character Layout Table]
To cancel the operation, press the CANCEL button in steps and 5-1. Each time you press the CANCEL button, the display returns to the previous step one. To cancel the timer, press the TIMER button. The Timer indicator goes out on the display. To reactivate the cancelled timer, press the TIMER button to light the Timer indicator. Then, press the SET button until the display returns to the original display. To confirm the timer settings, press the TIMER button twice to cancel and reactivate the timer. Then, press the SET button repeatedly to see the current timer settings (ON time, OFF time, source, and volume).
The diameter of the disc itself is 64 mm, smaller than a CD single. The disc sits inside a mm cartridge, which also being pocket size, makes minidiscs extremely handy for carrying and storage. Since the disc is protected by the cartridge, dust and dirt cannot easily get into it. And thanks to a shutter which is closed at all times except during use, there is no need to worry about scratches or finger marks, making the handling of minidiscs very simple.
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Two types of minidisc
There are two types of minidisc, recordable MDs and playbackonly MDs. The playback method for each is the same: a laser irradiates the disc and the signal is read from the beam which comes back. However, the recording method for each type is different.
ATRAC (Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding)
Within recordings, there are sounds which cannot be readily heard. For example, as the volume decreases, high-pitched sounds and low-pitched sounds become difficult to hear. also, if a quiet sound comes at the same time as or just after a loud sound, it will not be heard. With minidiscs, data is compressed using a technology called ATRAC (Adaptive Transform Acoustic Coding) which selectively chooses sounds based on human sense of hearing characteristics. With this technology, the recorded data is about one-fifth the volume of the original data, allowing it to fit on a compact minidisc.
This is the type used for commercially-available pre-recorded MDs, on which recording cannot be done. Like a CD, data is recorded based on the presence or absence of small indentations called pits. A disc recorded with this format is called an optical disc.
These are the so-called blank MDs you can use to make your own recordings. Data is recorded by magnetism, which is easily processed, so that recording can be done again and again. By using a laser to heat the disc, the magnetism is erased and the magnetic head records the new data. Discs with this type of recording method are called magneto-optical (MO) discs.
Sensitivity of our ears Dull
Low | Sound range \ High
5k 10k 15k (Hz)
Sound range and sensitivity of our ears
Sound skip guard memory
With the minidisc, the data of the track being played can be temporarily stored up using a function called sound skip guard memory. Even when data cannot be collected properly from the disc due to shaking or vibrations, information is stored in the sound skip guard memory, so that there is no break in the sound which is actually delivered.
Sound jump guard menory
During normal play
When vibration has occurred
UTOC (User Table Of Contents)
In a minidisc, apart from the recorded tracks, there is the UTOC. In this area, information such as the position where each track is recorded, the track divisions, and track order are listed. When music search is done, the UTOC is consulted, and the tracks are quickly found and played back. When editing is done, only the UTOC is changed, so there is no need to re-record the tracks.
UTOC Track details Contents 1. Track A: Page 9 2. Track B: Page 6 3. Track C: Page 10
s MD Messages s
Messsage BLANK DISC Meaning A disc has been inserted with nothing recorded on it. Action Except when making a new recording, replace the disc with one which has been recorded on.
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Messsage CANNOT JOIN DISC ERROR DISC FULL DISC PROTECTED EMERGENCY STOP NO DISC NON AUDIO CANNOT COPY PLAYBACK MD TRACK PROTECTED
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VR-N100U Product Presentation
End-to-End IP Video Solution
Background of JVC Reasons for VR-N100U Development Solution Overview Controlled and Stable Environment Network Topology Overview VR-N100U Details Direct Attached Storage Unique Storage Features Comparison MPEG4 vs MJPEG Enterprise Client Software Web Browser Management Alert Console & Map Creator Applications (OPTIONS) Wireless Connectivity Utilizing Microwave & WAP for Large Areas 802.11 Cisco Aironet Hands-Off Video to Mobile Users by Coverage Implementing Wireless Networks Summary of VR-N100U Advantages JVC Roadmap Video Storage Options
Background of JVC
Victor Company of Japan Parent Company of JVC JVC is the Company Name for all Subsidiaries Outside of Japan Multi-Billion Dollar World-Wide Corporation 52% Ownership by Matsushita/Panasonic Technology Innovator (Examples Below) > Co-Inventor of Victor Talking Machine (Mascot is Nipper the Dog) > Inventor of the VHS & D-VHS Formats Consumer Products (Audio, Video, TV, Mobile, Computer, etc.) Professional Products (IP, Security, Broadcast, Video, Storage, etc.) JVC Professional Products (USA) US Division Concentrating on IP Solutions
Reasons for VR-N100U Development
1st Market Shifts from Analog to Digital Video Improved Video Quality Advancements in CCTV Peripherals (Cameras, Monitors, etc.) 2nd Migration from Time-Lapse VCR to DVR Advancements in Computer Systems (CPU, RAM, Peripherals, etc.) Random Access Digital Video Video Capture Cards Anyone Can Build Their Own DVR 3rd Migration from DVR to NVR Customers Require More Advanced Systems Improved Networking Infrastructures & Broadband Connectivity New IP-based Networked Cameras and Encoders for Analog CAMs Maximum Flexibility and Cost Savings
JVC VR-N100U Network Video Recorder
1U Form-Factor VR-N100U
Front & Rear Views
Solution Overview (1 of 2)
Appliance Technology Designed Specifically as a Enterprise Network Video Recorder Server Turn-Key (Hardware/OS/Software/Storage are Tightly Integrated) Secure Solution Clients Have No Direct Access to Networked Cameras No Third Party Software Can Be Installed Firewall Protects Networked Cameras and Storage UNIX Platform with All Ports Are Tightly Locked Down Server-Client Architecture Clients Can Only View/Access Video via the VR-N100U Independent and Dedicated Camera Network All Network Cameras Directly Managed By Only the VR-N100U
Solution Overview (2 of 2)
Highest ROI (Return On Investment) Value Integrates Seamlessly into Any TCP/IP Network & Supports Any Client No Network Upgrades Required for VR-N100U Installation Completely Scalable to Grow With Customers Security Needs
Controlled/Stable Environment (1 of 2)
Embedded Server Platform 4th Generation Hardware Platform Custom Designed X1 Server Board Complete Control Over Every Hardware Component Onboard Multi-Drive & LVD SCSI Channels Onboard Dual NICs Onboard LCD/LED Module No Keyboard, No Mouse and No Monitor Required on VR-N100U Embedded Video-Centric Server Operating System 4th Generation Vanilla Linux Kernal-Based Platform (Non-Windows) Controlled & Optimized OS (No Unnecessary Overhead) Closed Environment for Maximum Security Limited to No Outside Threats (e.g. Virus, Worm, etc.) No Daily Patch or Service Pack Updates Required OS and Applications are Stored on Non-Volatile Flash Disk
Controlled/Stable Environment (2 of 2)
Optimized Security Application Intelligent Camera Management (Most Major Brands Supported) Virtual Matrixing Powerful and Flexible Functionalities Optimized Storage Application Robust Storage Options Unique Fast Write Algorithm Unique Fast Check Algorithm Unique Optimized Recovery Algorithm Up to 105TB of RAID5 Support per VR-N100U Open Platform Network Independent (Integrates into TCP/IP WIN, MAC and UNIX) Client Independent (Supports WIN, MAC and UNIX) Management via Standard Web Browser and/or Enterprise Client Software (WIN 2000/XP) with Unlimited Licenses Scalable for Any Environment (LAN-to-WAN & SOHO-to-Enterprise)
Network Topology Overview (1 of 4)
Installs Like CCTV, But Delivers IP Integration of VR-N100U Solution is Similar to that of Traditional CCTV Systems:
Passive Analog Camera Coax Cabling Analog Multiplexor 16 VCRs for 16 Cameras CCTV Monitor & Keyboard Monitor Room Access Only vs vs vs vs vs vs Intelligent IP Camera CAT5/6 & Wireless Network Switch One VR-N100U for 16 CAMs Any Networked Client PC Global & Flexible Access
Network Friendly Advanced System with Straight Forward Implementation Approach Integrates into Existing Network Backbone Utilize Company Network ONLY when Viewing Live or Archived Video Network Status Does Not Affect Camera Recording on VR-N100U Automated & Seamless Wireless Integration (e.g. Satellite, Microwave)
Network Topology Overview (2 of 4)
VR-N100U Network Front Channel (LAN1) Single Static IP Address for Integration Into Company Network (Setup via Web Browser, WIN 2000/XP Client Software, Front LCD) Wired to LAN via Category 5/6 Cable Looks Like a Standard Network Server Operates as an Appliance (Dedicated Video Surveillance Device) Interface Between Clients and Networked Cameras Auto-Discovery and Self-Configuration of Cameras VR-N100U Camera Back Channel (LAN2) Private Independent Camera Network Managed by VR-N100U Maximum of 16 Networked Cameras per VR-N100U Camera Connectivity can be Wired and/or Wireless Standard Network Switch (Unmanaged Layer 2 or Managed VLAN) Attaches Cameras to the VR-N100U
Network Topology Overview (3 of 4)
Localized VR-N100U Networked Cameras are Installed in the Same General Location as the VR-N100U Advantage is that Any Broken Link on the Main Network Will Have No Effect on the Video Recordings Disadvantage is that Any Maintenance Will Require Deployment to that Local Location (if Locations Are Far Distances From HQ) Centralized VR-N100U Networked Cameras are Installed in a Remote Location from the VR-N100U Advantage is that the VR-N100U can be Installed In a Centralized Room with Other Server Equipment for Easy Maintenance and Monitoring Disadvantage is that Any Broken Link Between the Remote Network Cameras and the VR-N100U Will Affect Video Recordings
Network Topology Overview (4 of 4)
(CAMs A01-A08) (CAMs B01-B08)
COMPANY BACKBONE NETWORK
VR-N100U Details (1 of 2)
Pure IP-Based System 1st System to Support All Native IP Cameras & Analog Encoders Self-Configuring Automated Camera Discovery during Installation and Maintenance Secure & Reliable Transmission Offers Point-to-Point 128-bit Encryption for Video and Data Video Quality and Integrity by Utilizing MJPEG Multi-Level User Privileges Automation Scheduler-Based Recording Control, Automatic PTZ Preset Tour Camera Protection All IP Cameras and/or Encoders are Protected by System Firewall
VR-N100U Details (2 of 2)
Power Search Features Random Access, Snapshots, Pre-authored ISO Image Creation w/MD5 Feature-Rich Camera Functions Motion Detection, Optical PTZ, Digital PTZ on Live/Recorded Video Distributed Storage Internal RAID5 Storage and Multi-Terabyte External RAID5 Storage Flexibility for 3rd Party Integration Integrates into Access Control, POS, Asset Tracking, etc. Applications Alert Console and Map Creator Options Video Analysis Support Seamlessly Integrates with Object Video Manages Alerts from Trip Wires, Object Detection, Object Tracking
Direct Attached Storage (DAS)
The Direct Attached Storage Module for the VR-N100U Network Video Recorder is the ONLY Storage Designed for Enterprise Video: 3U Form-Factor Rackmountable Units Supports up to 15 Drives as a Single SCSI ID Device Utilizes Fast and Cost Effective Serial ATA Drive Capacity Ranges From 1.20TB up to 7.50TB per DAS Offers Optimized Recovery Offers Fast Write Offers Fast Check
Unique Storage Features (1 of 2)
Optimized Recovery- A unique feature ONLY to JVC At JVC we know your video is important, so we developed software embedded in our controller that understands when a disk has failed and when the hot spare is inserted so that the system uses a recovery drive that will allow the RAID to resynchronize in a fraction of the time. When the RAID comes back online, all data is moved back to the RAID. This function is automatic and protects against loosing any data. In case of a total RAID failure the Optimized Recovery handles all of the recording until the RAID is brought back online. Fast Write This Is another unique technology that allows JVC to write 720 FPS with large file sizes. Fast Write is a controller algorithm that maximizes the performance of any disk attached to the controller as well as increasing the life of the disk by isolating head movement across the media. Data is written in a structured manner.
Unique Storage Features (2 of 2)
Fast Check Whenever you have unreliable power or accidental abrupt shutdown, the Fast Check takes over to ensure that the File Systems do not become corrupted, while allowing 100TB of disk check to recover in a time that is as fast as 100GB of disk. Centralized Storage Management The video management software supports a single and central management of all Video and Storage that can be managed from any central or multiple remote points in the world. Spare Parts If needed, additional spare parts for the Direct Attached Storage are available for purchase for onsite usage.
Comparison MPEG4 vs MJPEG
Stream of Inter-Framed Images (I,B,P frames = Group Of Pictures) Easily Corruptible Video (Seconds-toMinutes) due to Dropped Network Packets Video Must Be Encoded From Source and Decoded for Viewing Requires 3~4Mbps to Deliver Quality Streams for Video Analysis & Surveillance Unable to Decode Multiple Streams due to Heavy CPU Requirements CONCLUSION: Good for Broadcasting Application (e.g. Internet) where Video Continuity and Integrity are NOT Critical
Continuous Stream of Independent and Complete Video Images Data Integrity During Transmission and on Storage Medium Video is Never Manipulated from Source (No Encode/Decode Needed) Quality Video is Achieved at Lower Bandwidths with Self-Contained Images Client Requires Minimum Processing Power to View Multiple (e.g. 16) Streams CONCLUSION: Good for Security (e.g. Airport) where Video Clarity, Integrity and Reliability are EXTREMELY CRITICAL
Enterprise Client Software (1 of 6)
Application ZView Software Windows 2000/XP-based Enterprise Client Software Alternative to Using Your Web Browser Only Software License JVC Includes Unlimited User License for ZView Application with Each VR-N100U Usage Powerful Enterprise Management Tool Applicable for All Level of Users (Viewers, Operators, Administrators) Virtualization of All VR-N100U and Cameras From a Single Interface Supports Automatic Bridging of Subnets TAB Display Options are Fully Configurable to Better Match User Type
Enterprise Client Software (2 of 6)
Single Virtual System Interface (Unlimited Local+Remote Systems+CAMs)
Enterprise Client Software (3 of 6)
Complete Control Over All Cameras From A Single Interface
Enterprise Client Software (4 of 6)
Unlimited Customized Camera Views (Any Camera Combination)
Enterprise Client Software (5 of 6)
Full Screen View (e.g. 4x4 = 16 Simultaneous CAMs per Monitor)
Enterprise Client Software (6 of 6)
Scheduled Recording Options (Day/Time/Mode for All Cameras)
Web Browser Management (1 of 4)
Client Independence (WIN, MAC, UNIX)
Web Browser Management (2 of 4)
System Administration & SMTP Alerts
Web Browser Management (3 of 4)
Web Browser Management (4 of 4)
Map Creator Application
Customized Multi-Layer/Server/Camera Surveillance Maps
Alert Console Application (1 of 3)
Multi-Server/Camera Alerts Management (Pre/Post/Live/Playback)
Alert Console Application (2 of 3)
Linked Camera Map Alerts
Alert Console Application (3 of 3)
Lower-Level Camera Map Alert Layers
Wireless Connectivity Utilizing Microwave & WAP for Large Areas
5.8GHz Dedicated Link to Head-In Unit Up to10 Miles Away
802.11 Broadcast From Head-In Unit
802.11 Cisco Aironet Hands-Off Video to Mobile Users by Coverage
Implementing Wireless Networks (1 of 2)
Microwave Use 5.8GHz Microwave Band for Secure Wireless Video Topology Each Network Camera Uses One SU (Subscriber Unit) to AP (Aggregate Point) You Can Have Multiple SUs to a Single AP Networks PTZ Cameras Should Be Placed on Full-Duplex Networks Vendors Triango and Motorola are Examples of Companies that Provide Reliable Wireless Devices
Implementing Wireless Networks (2 of 2)
Codec MJPEG Should Always Be Used on Any Wireless Networks Usage Patrol Cars Running Alert Console on Laptops or Tablet PCs to Automatically Receive Alerts, View Live/Recorded Video, Determine Camera Locations (Map Console), and Control Camera Functions to Assist Them To Determine Status or Urgency of Alerts. Clients Requires Processing Power (CPU), Memory (RAM), High Resolution (Video Card), and Fast Connectivity Speed (e.g. 802.11a/b/g) Laptops Tablet PCs However, PDAs & Cell Phones are Still Not Powerful Enough for Viewing Motion Video for Surveillance
New Storage Algorithms New Next Generation IP Cameras Support for Additional Network Cameras Advanced Power Search New Fail-Over and Backup Options Video Analysis Functionality
Summary of VR-N100U Advantages
Our System an Withstand Scrutiny When it Comes to Determining the Chain-of-Evidence / Data-Flow, in the Court of Law Complete End-to-End Digital IP Turn-Key Solution More Secure than Any Windows-based Software Products 100% API Driven Enterprise Level Solution (LAN, WAN, Internet) Secure (Encrypted) & Loss-Less Video Recording & Playback Seamless Integration with Wired/Wireless Ethernet Connections Network Platform, Speed, and Client Independence Non-Invasive Solution that is Completely IT and CCTV Friendly Distributed Architecture for Cameras and Storage Open Platform Supporting Major-Brand IP Cameras and Encoders Single Interface Management for All Devices and VR-N100Us Multi-Level User Privileges Per Camera 3rd Party Integration with Video Analysis (e.g. IP for Object Video) Supports Optional Alert Monitoring, Map Creation & CCTV Keyboards ***SINGLE SOURCE FOR SOLUTION AND SUPPORT***
Video Storage Options
VR-N100U Hard Drive / RAID NAS Optical CD-R/RW DVD-R/-RW/RAM Printer for Disc IDs Tape S-DLT LTO AIT
JVC Professional Products
1700 Valley Road Wayne, NJ 07470 TEL: (973) 317-5000 FAX: (973) 317-5030 WEB: http://pro.jvc.com
Chris Zenaty Project Sales Manager T: 973-317-5700 / C: 917-301-9020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Bob Shinmachi Development Team T: 714-231-9508 Email: email@example.com
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