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Chielos 1:19am on Saturday, October 2nd, 2010 
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CAUTION! Back of product, see page 9.


This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.


Be sure to read the cautions carefully before you operate this VCR. Keep the VCR away from high temperatures Keep the VCR away from sources of heat such as direct sunlight, heating radiators, or closed vehicles. Avoid magnets or magnetized objects Never bring a magnet or magnetized object close to the VCR because this could adversely affect the performance of the VCR. When using the VCR together with other equipment, keep as much distance as possible between them to prevent them from adversely affecting each other's performance. No fingers or other objects inside Touching internal parts of the VCR is dangerous, and may cause serious damage. Do not attempt to remove the cover as; there are no user serviceable parts inside. Keep away from liquids Keep the VCR away from all liquids. Caution: If water or some other liquid is spilled into the VCR, serious damage could occur. If this happens, disconnect from the mains socket immediately and consult your dealer. Video head clogging The picture and sound can be lost or become distorted if video heads become clogged. This may happen in certain environmental conditions or if old or damaged or damp tapes are used or after long use of the VCR. If this occurs then please consult your dealer. Note: Video Head Cleaning is NOT covered by the warranty. Cleaning the VCR Wipe the VCR with a clean, dry cloth. Never use any cleaning fluid or other chemicals. Also do not use compressed air to remove dust. Avoid sudden changes in temperature If the VCR is moved from a cold to a warm place or if a heater is turned on, condensation may form on the tape surface and inside the VCR. If this happens, leave the VCR at room temperature for at least 1 hour before operating it.
Avoid humidity and dust Do not use the VCR in very humid or dusty places. This may cause damage to its internal parts.
Stacking Install the VCR in a horizontal position and do not place anything heavy on it. Condensation may form in the following cases: ! If the VCR is in a room that was very cold before a heater has just been turned on. ! If the VCR is in a room with steam or high humidity. ! If the VCR is brought from cold surroundings into a well-heated room. ! The VCR is suddenly brought from cool surroundings, such as an air-conditioned room or car, to a place, which is hot and humid. Note:

Plays back programmed recordings.
Selects a channel. Record button Activates the recording timer. Fast winding / JET SEARCH Fast winding / JET SEARCH VCR Stop button VCR Playback button DVD Stop button DVD Playback button


Playback of an audio CD including VCR video output. Opens and closes the disc tray. Activates the recording timer for externally controlled recording.



Rear panel



AV 1 (TV)








1 Front AV AV3 IN 14
9 AV1 21-pin Scart socket
AC Input socket (Power supply) VCR/DVD AUDIO OUT socket L = AUDIO output left channel R = AUDIO output right channel VCR/DVD VIDEO OUT socket
AV2 21-pin Scart socket RF IN socket (Aerial input)

Video Audio

DVD Optical Digital Out terminal DVD AUDIO OUT socket L = AUDIO output left channel R = AUDIO output right channel DVD VIDEO OUT socket
RF OUT socket (Aerial output)
AV3 VIDEO IN socket AV3 AUDIO IN socket left channel (Mono) AV3 AUDIO IN socket right channel 9
External equipment (e.g. Video movie camera)


Remote control functions


Some TV sets accept control signals from the VCR/DVDs remote control unit (Page 7). TV-Operations see page 36. General Operations
Standby/on switch /I Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power. OSD menu selection buttons.




ENTER: Selects or saves a setting.

Quits a menu.



Undoes entries or selections.


Switches the unit into standby mode after the set time of recording, playback or in Stop mode.
Remote control toggle switch. For changing between VCR, DVD and TV functions. AV input select button. Toggles between input A1, A2, A3 (front) or dc (DVD). Output signal select button. Toggles between VCR and DVD signal (for AV1, VCR/DVD OUT). Active picture signal. The symbol appears on the VCR or DVD display. Use the VCR/DVD OUTPUT button to switch over the picture signal. To directly change the VCR or DVD output use the VCR/TV/DVD toggle switch in combination with a function button (e.g. PLAY ). Direct input via numeric buttons (way of input = example: 18= )


Controls the beginning and end of a recording session by a special signal (Page 26). Activates the recording timer for externally controlled recording (Page 23).
Plays back programmed recordings (Page 25).
You will be displayed either the Timer Recording menu or an information on the current recording.




Enables the Menu-display of a disc. Displays the SETUP menu (basic DVD player settings, page 41). Selects the language of subtitles (Page 55).
CANCEL: Clears an entry you made. RESET : Resets the counter to 0:00.00.
Channel selector / Tracking control of disturbed VCR picture.

Displays the main menu.

For some disc formats not all of the described DVD functions are available.


without Scart cable
You can connect your DVD/VCR to a TV and Satellite Receiver using RF cable. However, using this connection method it may be difficult to obtain a clear picture from the Satellite Receiver. For this reason it is not recommended for inexperienced users. (See preferred connection on page 13.)
RF Input socket AC Input socket

1 Aerial

Satellite Receiver

Aerial Input socket

4 To AC Mains socket 2

RF cable

Aerial Output socket


RF Output socket
RF cable (supplied) Must be connected to watch TV channels.
4 AC Mains lead (supplied)
Follow the step-by-step guide below.

To AC Mains socket

Connect the aerial to the aerial input socket of the Satellite Receiver. - If you do not have a Satellite Receiver, connect the aerial to the RF input socket of the VCR/DVD and go to step 3. Connect the aerial from Satellite Receiver to the RF Input socket. Connect the RF output socket to the TV aerial socket.


Plug the TV, VCR/DVD and Satellite Receiver into the mains. Switch ON your Satellite Receiver; to ensure reliable tuning select either SKY ONE or SKY NEWS.
Notes: If, after Auto Setup is complete, the programme position of the satellite receiver is not to your preference, or 'SAT' name is not shown in the Programme List, you can re-arrange the programme position and enter 'SAT' name manually (See pages 31-32).

with Scart cables

21-pin Scart socket (VCR) 21-pin Scart socket (TV)
RF Input socket RF Output socket AV1 21-pin Scart socket AV2 21-pin Scart socket AC Input socket


RF cable 2 (supplied)

Example of UK model Example of Ireland model
List of TV Reception Channels

Ch 26 -----

Pos 5 Name BBC1 BBC2 ITV CH4 CH5 Ch 26 Pos Name ---8 ---9 ---10 - - - Ch 30 ---------
Pos 5 Name RTE1 NET2 TNG BBC1 BBC2 Ch 23 Pos Name 6 ITV 7 CHCH---10 - - - -

UK Ireland


UHF 2168 2169

CATV 104470MHz
Channel Listing may differ from the examples shown left, depending on signal reception condition.
Checking the Settings for Auto Setup
To confirm that the TV stations have been tuned correctly by Auto Setup
Press the MENU button to display the OSD Main menu on the TV screen.
Press to select Tuning then press the ENTER button.

On Screen Display

Timer recording Tuning Clock set Others

: access

Press to select Manual then press the ENTER button to display the list of tuned TV stations and confirm that all available TV stations have been set correctly. - Positions 5 and 6 may differ from the example shown on page 17. If Channel 5 is received, it is usually found on programme position 5 and a connected satellite receiver on programme position 6. - If Channel 5 is not received but a satellite receiver is connected, then the satellite receiver is found on programme position 5. Press the EXIT button to exit the On Screen Display.
Manual Auto Setup Shipping condition Owner ID

: select : return


: access : exit

When the station names and/or channel numbers have not been set correctly. See page 31 for details. When no station has been found, confirm all connections of the VCR/DVD again and restart the VCR Auto Setup. See page 32 for details. Notes: - If station name is [ ]: The asterisks indicate that a station was found during Auto Setup but has not been named (due to weak signal). The stations in the list with asterisk will need to be named manually. (See page 31.) - If station name is [- - - -]: The dashes represent unused channel positions. The stations in the list with dashes will need to be set manually. (See page 30.).
Removing Interference / Changing RF-channel
In some cases, interference (lines or patterning) or a very poor picture may appear on the TV when the VCR/DVD is connected. If this happens, follow the steps below to change the video playback channel (RF output channel) to remove the interference.
TV screen The picture with interference
Set the VCR/TV/DVD switch to VCR. Press the MENU button for more than 5 seconds. The RF output channel number is displayed on the VCR display. Press the Numeric buttons or use the Channel (CH) button to select a channel number, which differs by 2 or 3 from the present channel number. (For example, if the original channel number was 28, enter 31.) Retune your TV until you receive the Test pattern. It may be necessary to repeat steps 2 and 3 above until you can see the Test pattern clearly. If using a Scart cable please see the note below. Press ENTER to finish this setting.


Tape length AV2 SQPB OSD VCR/DVD OUTPUT Remote EXT LINK : select : return : : : : : : : AUTO( E-240) DECODER AUTO 4:3 AUTO VCR : exit
Press MENU and select Others Press ENTER Select EXT LINK 2 or 1 Press MENU to return to the Menu screen. Press the EXT LINK button to activate the VCR's recording standby mode. As long as the Video- or Controlsignal is being transmitted by the Satellite or Digital Receiver, the VCR will record.
EXT LINK recording in progress.
ENTER : yes EXT LINK :cancel
The following screen will be shown if you selected EXT LINK 2:
Press ENTER to hide the message. Press the EXT LINK button to stop recording.
Notes: - Be sure that the timer programmes stored by your VCR do not overlap the ones of the satellite or digital receiver. - Some external equipment may not work with this function, refer to the operating instructions for the external unit. 23

Timer recording

The recording timer allows you to programme the recording time of TV programmes up to 1 month in advance. Use the on-screen menu to programme a maximum of 16 recordings.

Start Stop

10:30 11:30 12:30 13:30 14:30 - -: - ENTER EXIT
BBC1 31/12 BBC2 31/12 ITV 31/12 CH4 31/12 CH5 31/12 - - - - - -/ - :select : delete
11:30 12:30 13:30 14:30 15:30 - -:- -




: store : exit
Press MENU, select Timer recording and press ENTER; or press PROG/CHECK to display the Timer recording menu. ! Press ENTER Use the cursor keys to make the next entries. ! Select a station , (example BBC1) ! Set the date, week or day of week , (example 31/12) ! Enter the recording start time: , (example 10:30) ! Enter the recording stop time: , (example 11:30) Keep the buttons pressed to change the time in 30-minute steps.
Set the tape speed: A (Automatic), SP, LP, EP Press
or the PDC button to change the PDC setting (ON/OFF).
Press ENTER to save the timer programme. Repeat these steps for further recordings you may wish to programme. Press TIMER to activate the VCRs Timer standby mode Ensure that the VCR symbol is displayed.
- Do not forget to verify that there is enough tape remain. The total recording time must not exceed the length of tape on the video cassette.

Quitting the timer mode

Press TIMER; the VCR symbol turns off. You can now play back a cassette or make a manual recording. Press TIMER again to reactivate the timer programme you entered previously.
Displays the timer programmes for verification. (button on the unit only)
Repeatedly press TIMER CHECK to view the details of the timer programmes on the VCR's display.
Checking the timer programme
Press PROG/CHECK; the Timer Recording menu will appear. Press PROG/CHECK again or EXIT to quit the menu. Press PROG/CHECK to display the Timer Recording menu. Press to select the entry you wish to edit. Press ENTER Use to change the entries. Press ENTER Press RESET/CANCEL to cancel the timer programme.
Changing or cancelling a timer programme

! ! ! ! ! !

Playing back programmed recordings
The unit will rewind to the beginning of the programmed recording and automatically start playing it back. - You can also play back programmed recordings manually. - This function will not work if the tape has been ejected after Timer Recordings have been completed. 25
Automatic SP/LP selection
A: If, at the beginning of a timer programme, there is not enough tape left to complete it, the SP/LP function will automatically run the tape at LP speed. This ensures that the entire programme will be recorded. If the LP mode is not enough to 'stretch' the remaining tape to fit you will not be able to record all of the TV programme. - It is not possible to automatically activate the EP mode.

PDC function

Programme Delivery Control adjusts the start and stop time of a timer recording automatically to ensure the recording starts and finishes in line with the programme broadcast. This is useful when a programme over-runs the published times. The station must be transmitting PDC and the exact time must be set for PDC to work. The VCR detects whether a station is transmitting PDC only during the tuning process. If PDC is introduced or discontinued by a station you will need to re-tune the VCR before it becomes aware of this. PDC transmissions are not currently nation-wide so please check with your local broadcaster for more information.

buttons on the front of the unit. Hold down simultaneously for about 5 seconds. and on the main unit
Shipping condition / restoring factory defaults
Shipping condition resets the VCR back to the original factory settings. This is useful if the VCR is going to be used in a new location as auto-setup will begin again when the unit is switched on (after connecting to aerial and mains).
Press MENU and select Tuning Press ENTER Select Shipping condition and press ENTER Press ENTER
- To re-tune the VCR, disconnect and reconnect the AC Mains lead.

Others Menu

Tape length
Sets the tape length of the cassette you use. AUTO ( E - 240), E - 195, E - 260, E - 300 Selects the type of external unit connected to the VCR's AV2 21-pin scart socket.
Press MENU Select Others Confirm with ENTER Select the Menu item Changes with Press MENU to quit the menu. Others
DECODER: If a decoder is connected. NORMAL : If another video recorder or satellite receiver is connected. AUTO ON OFF 4:3 : The VCR automatically detects the type of recording. : Plays back S-VHS format cassettes in quasi S-VHS format. : Plays back cassettes recorded in VHS format only. : Displays appear at the edge of the screen (displays not visible on 16:9 format screens). : Displays appear at the edge of the screen (displays appear in the middle on 4:3 format screens). : No on-screen displays


: When you press a function button the unit will activate the relevant video or DVD output, depending on the setting of the VCR/TV/DVD switch. MANUAL : Press the VCR/DVD OUTPUT button to manually toggle between the video and DVD outputs. You can set both the unit and the remote control unit to another frequency by choosing VCR1 or VCR2 from the menu. Press and hold remote control unit buttons ENTER and 1 or 2 to set the frequency channel of the relevant unit. 1 : The VCR recording start and stop time is controlled by a control signal sent via the 21-pin cable from the external unit, for example Sky Digibox. : The VCR will start recording when AV2 input detects the video signal and stop recording when the video signal is switched off by the external unit.


To change the Owner ID
PIN number Name House No Postcode : 846* : ************** : *********** : ***********
Press MENU and select Tuning Press ENTER. Select Owner ID and press ENTER. Use the Numeric buttons or to enter the current PIN number. - After entering the correct PIN number, you can change the Name, House No and Postcode. Press ENTER to conclude the setting. Use , the Numeric buttons and ENTER to select and change the desired information. Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
Name House No Postcode : MARWIN : BANKS : RG12 8FT
To display the Owner ID information
Keep EJECT pressed for more than 5 seconds. - The PIN number is not displayed. - After 30 seconds, this menu automatically disappears.

Clock setting

On Screen Display.
The clock will normally be set correctly during Auto-Setup however, in some circumstances the VCR cannot set the clock automatically. In this case, follow the operation steps below to manually set the clock.
To manually adjust the clock ! Press MENU and select Clock set. ! Press ENTER. ! Confirm that Clock set is set to MANUAL, and press ENTER. ! Use or Numeric buttons to set the Date and Time. ! Press ENTER to conclude the settings. ! Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
To activate the automatic time correction function The correct time for the VCR clock can be automatically maintained when the VCR is tuned to a station that transmits a time signal.
Press MENU and select Clock set. Press ENTER. Use to set AUTO. Press ENTER to conclude the setting. Under adverse reception conditions, etc., the Automatic time correction function may not work. In this case, the indication for Clock setting is automatically reset to MANUAL. If the reception conditions improve later on, it may be possible to activate this function. Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
MANUAL, otherwise, the automatic time correction function is deactivated. This VCR uses a 24 hour clock. In case of a power failure, an automatic back-up system maintains the clock for approximate 60 minutes. When Clock setting is set to AUTO, the automatic time correction function checks and if necessary adjusts the time several times every day. The automatic time correction function only works when the VCR is in standby, it does not work in the timer recording mode.

Notes: - If Clock setting is set to AUTO when you open the Clock screen, do not set it to

TV control

Setting the Remote Control to operate your TV
Set the VCR/TV/DVD switch to TV.
Only Panasonic TVs can be operated with the provided remote control. The settings for operating the TV with the remote control have already been made. No additional settings need to be performed. However, some of old Panasonic TVs cannot be operated using this remote control.
Press to switch the TV from on to standby mode or vice TV-Standby/on versa. In standby mode, the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.
Numeric (0-9) To select desired programme position.
To select desired AV input on the TV. Channel selector
To adjust the volume of the TV. To switch the screen format between the wide-screen and other aspects.

AUDIO out settings

Audio mode (L/R)
At each press of the AUDIO button, the selected sound output is indicated with L (Left) and R (Right). Stereo playback : Display: LR Left audio channel playback : Display: L Right audio channel playback : Display: - R Playback of normal audio (Mono) sound : Display: - -

NICAM sound system

The NICAM System is a 2 channel digital sound broadcast system which in most instances provides high quality stereo sound. Broadcasters can also transmit two separate mono soundtracks on this system. AUTO: OFF: When you record a programme which is broadcast with NICAM sound, the NICAM sound is automatically recorded. If you want to record the normal (mono) sound on the Hi-Fi audio tracks during a NICAM broadcast, or if the stereo sound is distorted due to poor reception conditions.
Pos Name 5 BBC1 BBC2 ITV CH4 CH5 Ch 13 Pos 10 Name ---------------Ch -----------
Press Menu and select Tuning Press ENTER Select Manual and press ENTER Select a channel Press ENTER Select NICAM OFF

: 1 : BBC1 : 7 : OFF

Advanced functions

Repeat Playback

The VCR repeats playback from beginning to end of a recording.
R 0:05.57 On-screen display
In Stop or Playback mode, press the Playback button for longer than 5 seconds. The VCR displays an 'R', indicating repeat play mode. Press to stop playing back at any time. The end of a recording is marked by noise portion without picture and sound.
Finding the start of a recording
Quickly finds the start of a recording during playback or in Stop mode.
Rewind Fast Forward / Every time you press the button (max. 20 times) the VCR will find the start of the next recording. Playback will automatically start for all recordings that are longer than 5 minutes.
to exit the Search function.

Erasing a cassette

Press and hold for a few seconds the QUICK ERASE button on the unit to remove all recordings from a cassette. It takes approx. 30 minutes to erase an E-180 cassette. Erasing avoids noise bands that may occur at the beginning and end of a recording over an existing one.
To protect the video heads, the unit automatically quits the Forward/Backward Search, Jet Search, Still Playback, Slow Playback functions after 5-10 minutes. Interference and motor noise are not indicative of a malfunction.
Limiting the recording and playback time
Switches the unit into standby mode after the set time of recording, playback or in Stop mode. ! Press OFF TIMER repeatedly to extend the switch-off time from 30 to 60, 120, 180 or 240 minutes. The timer setting appears on the VCR/DVD display.


Tape Counter
To reset the tape counter (elapsed time) to 0:00.00. ! The tape counter is automatically reset to 0:00.00 when a video cassette is inserted. ! The tape counter can also be reset to 0:00.00 by pressing the RESET button on the remote control.
Convenient Automatic Functions
VCR Auto Power On When you insert a video cassette, the VCR switches on automatically. Auto Playback Start When you insert a video cassette with a broken erasure prevention tab, playback starts automatically without pressing the Play button. VCR-off Playback When the VCR is off, and you press the Play button with a tape inserted, the VCR switches on and playback begins. Auto Rewind When the tape reaches the end, the VCR automatically rewinds it to the beginning (This function is disabled during timer recording). Automatic Switch Off and Eject When the VCR is switched off, a tape can be ejected by pressing the EJECT button. The VCR will eject the cassette and automatically turn itself off again. To eject the Video Cassette using the Remote Control Keep the Stop button pressed for more than 3 seconds. 39


The items of the DVD QUICK SETUP menu provide an easy means of making some basic settings for your appliance. ! When the appliance is properly connected and the VCR AUTO SETUP is completed press Standby/On button to switch on the unit. ! Set the VCR/TV/DVD switch to DVD. ! Press the SETUP button on your remote control unit to display the QUICK SETUP menu which allows you to adapt the settings. Navigate the user-friendly and clearly arranged on-screen menu by means of the cursor keys on the remote control unit. Press ! ENTER to accept your selection. ! RETURN to go back to the previous on-screen menu. Every menu item may provide further information on the options you have. Start by selecting a menu language.

8 No Limit Lock All

Assign a rating to disallow the viewing of some scenes ( 1-7 ) or the entire DVD-Video disc ( 0 ). This feature is not supported by all DVD-Video discs.
To select a rating ( factory setting is "8" ) When you select a rating between 0 and 7 you will be automatically prompted for a password. ! Type in a 4-digit code using the numeric key pad of your remote control unit. ! Press ENTER to confirm your entry. ! Press or CANCEL to delete any mistakes. The picture of a closed padlock tells you that the system is locked. Make sure not to forget your password code.
Enter a 4-digit password, then press ENTER.


* * * *
The player is locked. Remember the password.

To change the setting:

Unlock Player Change Password Change Level Temporary Unlock
Type in your password code. Press ENTER to confirm your entry. Select a new setting. Press ENTER to confirm your entry.

SETUP-menu Video

TV Aspect :
The format of TV screens is either 4:3 (standard) or 16:9 (wide-screen). Choose the 16:9 format if your player is attached to a wide-screen TV set. If it is attached to a standard TV screen you can choose either 4:3 Pan&Scan or 4:3 Letterbox (see illustration):

TV Aspect AV1 Output

4:3 Pan&Scan Video Automatic PAL 60
Pan&Scan: Automatically crops a 16:9 picture and turns it into an optimum 4:3 picture producing neither black bars nor distortions. D This format is not supported by all DVDs. Letterbox: Black bars will appear at the top and bottom edge of the screen to allow the reproduction of wide-screen video material on a standard TV screen.
Still Mode NTSC Disc Output

AV1 Output:

Please check which setting is supported by your TV set. Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set. Video: Standard picture quality RGB: Set RGB for best picture quality at DVD playback.

Still Mode:

Every picture frame is made up of two fields which are output to the screen one after the other. Automatic: The unit automatically selects the optically better type of image. Field: Poorer quality than a frame-based image; however, the image is less fuzzy. Frame: Both fields of a picture alternate on the screen. Although the image may be somewhat fuzzy, its quality is better than that of a field-based still image.

NTSC Disc Output:

To play a NTSC disc, select a TV standard (NTSC/PAL60) that matches the function of your TV set. Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set.

SETUP-menu Audio

PCM Down Conversion Dolby Digital DTS Digital Surround MPEG
No Bitstream PCM PCM Off On
PCM Down Conversion: Pulse Code Modulation PCM is the standard method used to record digital music signals on audio CDs. DVD-Videos can be produced using the linear PCM method which is based on a sampling frequency of up to 96 kHz. For reasons of copyright protection, the digital output of PCM audio signals may be limited to 48 kHz/16 bit. Select "Yes" if an optical digital audio cable is used to connect your player to an amplifier that only processes sampling frequencies of up to 48 kHz. Dolby Digital/DTS Digital Surround/MPEG:

This function takes you to the QUICK SETUP menu. Please refer to page 40 "DVD QUICK SETUP".

General playback

Switch on the TV set and set it to the video input that matches the connection between player and TV set.

The label must face up.



Press OPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. Place the disc on the disc tray. Press PLAY to close the disc tray.Play back starts automatically. The player may take some time to read all of the disc information! To stop playback ! Press STOP twice one after the other. See page 47 "Resume function"


Group : WMA Track : Example
To pause playback ! Press PAUSE during playback. ! Press PLAY to resume playback.
MP3, WMA, CD Text : An on-screen box will display information on the track playing. ! Press SUBTITLE to show or hide the information box.

Slow Motion


On-screen display

Press SLOW ( Slow Motion playback forwards or backwards ) in pause mode. The speed of slow playback will increase in 5 steps while the relevant button keeps being pressed. ! Press PLAY to resume playback at normal speed. D VCDs do not support reverse Slow Motion playback.

Search function

Press SEARCH during playback. The speed of search will increase in 5 steps while the relevant button keeps being pressed.
Skipping chapters, tracks or pictures
Press SKIP during playback or in pause mode. Every push of one of these buttons will increment the count of chapters, tracks or pictures skipped by 1.

Scene replay

Press QUICK REPLAY during playback. Every push of the button replays a couple of seconds of the current item; on a JPEG disc it will take you back a couple of pictures. However, you cannot go back to before the beginning of an item. D QUICK REPLAY is not supported by all discs.

Random playback

Random Playback Title 1


Press PLAY to start
Plays all chapters/tracks once each in a random order. ! Press PLAY MODE in Stop mode. The PROGRAM screen is displayed. ! Press PLAY MODE again to display the Random Playback screen. D DVD-V/ DVD-A : Press or the numeric keys of the remote control unit to select or specify the title/group to be played in a random order. ! Press PLAY to start random playback. To cancel the random play function ! Press PLAY MODE in Stop mode.

Title DiscTOP MENU Menu

Title Menu
DVD menu:Some DVDs have multiple menus. Pressing TOP MENU to display the main menu may take to another menu than pressing MENU to display the menu screen. D The functions assigned to these buttons depend on the disc. Please refer to the disc documentation leaflet. Playing DVDs and VCDs: The producer of the programme material can define the way in which the disc is played. Consequently, you may sometimes find that, in some cases, you cannot control the playback the way you wish using all of the functions and operations described in these operating instructions. We therefore recommend that you always read the reference material delivered with the disc. Never play anything but circular discs with a diameter of 3" (8 cm) or 5" (12 cm). Discs of other shapes may damage the player hardware. Cleaning and care: Just use a soft, dry cloth. Do not use alcohol or benzine.

Tape Care

Some dos and donts on tape care. DO: 1) Use a good quality branded tape, such as Panasonic. 2) Keep in the box supplied with the tape, or a video case, when not in use. 3) Try to use the whole tape when making recordings and avoid re-recording over the same section of the tape repeatedly as this will help prevent premature tape wear. 4) Take care to insert a tape correctly into the VCR to avoid damage. DO NOT: 1) Expose the tape to high humidity or temperature. 2) Expose to liquid. 3) Expose to dust particles by storing directly on a carpet for example. 4) Use a damaged tape or attempt to repair it. 5) Dismantle the cassette housing. 6) Attempt to lift the front cassette flap or touch the tape surface.
Cassette erasure protection
Break out the erasure protection tab to protect the cassette against accidental erasure of recordings you wish to keep. Stick adhesive tape over the gap if you wish to re-record a protected cassette.


Power supply: Power consumption: Controls VCR playback functions Video- and Audio heads VCR Recording system VCR tape speed 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 27W (in operation) / approx. 6W (in Standby) multifunctional remote control (VCR, TV and DVD), VCR / DVD, main functions on the unit PAL and NTSC Playback on PAL TV / S-VHS Quasi Playback (SQPB) UHF-channel (21-69), 75 Ohm more than 240 lines (SP) more than 43 dB (SP) 0.5V eff., more than 10 kOhm VCR: 0.5V eff., less than 1 kOhm / DVD: 2V eff. (1 kHz, 0 dB Fs) output connector: Pin jack, AV, 2 channel(L/R) VCR:more than 90 dB (Hi-Fi sound tracks) Dynamic range Audio DVD:(linear audio): 100dB / CD audio: 96dB, Total harmonic distortion CD audio: 0.0025 %, S/N ratio CD audio: 115dB Frequency response VCR audio 20 Hz to 20 kHz (Hi-Fi sound tracks) Frequency response DVD audio 4 Hz to 22 kHz (sampling frequency 48 kHz) / 4 Hz to 44 kHz (sampling frequency 96 kHz), (linear audio) CD audio: 4 Hz to 20 kHz Optical terminal DVD Optical digital output Wave length: 658 nm/790 nm / Laser power: Laser-Pick up Class 2 / Class 1 Operating temperature / humidity 5C to 35C / 35-80% RH approx.value: 4.2 kg / 430 (width) x 89 (height) x Weight and dimensions 266 mm (depth) RF-converter VCR Horizontal resolution VCR S/N ratio VCR video Input level audio Output level audio Technical specifications are subject to change without notice.



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