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KV-14V5U KV-14V6U KV-21V5U KV-21V6U Trinitron Colour Video TV
PAL NTSC 4.43
1997 by Sony Corporation
Printed in Spain
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
For safe installation:
Leave a clear space of 5 cm around the unit for adequate ventilation. Do not install the unit in hot, humid, or excessively dusty places. Do not install the unit where it may be exposed to mechanical vibrations. For your protection, refer all servicing to qualified personnel.
Television programmes, films, video tapes and other materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized recording of such materials may be contrary to the provisions of the copyright laws.
Colour System of Your Set
This video TV is designed to receive TV programmes based on PAL (I) colour system and to record and play on PAL colour system. The video TV can also play tapes on NTSC colour system.
About Moisture Condensation
If the unit is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense on the video head drum. If this happens, the tape may stick to the head drum and it may be damaged or the unit may not operate correctly. To avoid possible damage caused by moisture condensation, be sure not to leave a cassette inside the compartment when the unit is not in use. When bringing the unit from a cold place to a warm place, wait for about 10 minutes before operating it. If the tape operation buttons do not work due to moisture condensation, leave the power on for more than one hour.
For general safety:
Do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Do not open the rear cover.
For safe operations:
Do not operate the unit on anything but 220240 V AC, 50 Hz. Do not operate the unit if any liquid or solid object falls in ithave it checked immediately. Unplug the unit from the wall outlet if you do not intend to use it for an extended period of time. To disconnect the cord, pull it out by the plug, never by the cord. NOTICE FOR CUSTOMERS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM A moulded plug complying with BS1363 is fitted to this equipment for your safety and convenience. Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or BSI to BS 1362 (i.e. marked with 2 or @ must be used. When an alternative type of plug is used it should be fitted with a 5 AMP FUSE, otherwise the circuit should be protected by a 5 AMP FUSE at the distribution board. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
If the plug supplied is not suitable for the socket outlets in your home, it should be cut off and an appropriate plug fitted in accordance with the following instructions: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue Neutral Brown Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. Do not connect either wire to the earth terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth symbol Y or coloured green or green and yellow.
To prevent shock hazard, do not insert the plug cut off from the mains lead into a socket outlet. This plug cannot be used and should be destroyed. r To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. r Dangerously high voltages are present inside the set. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. How to replace the fuse Open the fuse compartment with a blade screwdriver, and replace the fuse.
Step 1Preparation... 4 Checking the supplied accessories.. 4 Inserting batteries into the remote control... 4 Step 2Connecting the Aerial.. 5 Connecting an indoor aerial (KV-14V5U, KV-14V6U only)... 5 Connecting an outdoor aerial.. 5 Step 3Tuning in to TV Stations.. 6 Selecting the menu language.. 6 Presetting channels automatically. 7 Presetting channels manually. 8 Skipping programme positions.. 9 Captioning a TV station name.. 10 Manual fine-tuning.. 11 Tuning in to a channel temporarily.. 12 Setting a Pay-TV channel (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only).. 13 Step 4Setting up VIDEO Plus+* Manually. 14 Setting the guide channels.. 14 Step 5Setting the Clock.. 16
Recording TV Programmes Using the Timer. 28 Setting the timer.. 28 Using the video TV before timer recording starts... 30 Checking the timer settings.. 31 Changing or cancelling the timer settings. 31 Recording using QUICK TIMER. 32 Timer recording with PDC signals. 33 Recording TV Programmes Using VIDEO Plus+... 34
Switching Off AutomaticallySleep Timer. 36 Switching On at Your Desired Time On Timer... 37 Using FUNCTION LOCK.. 38 Searching Using the INDEX Function. 39 Enhancing Video Picture Quality.. 40 Adjusting the tracking.. 40 Adjusting with the optimum picture control (OPC).. 41 About the Auto Head Cleaner.. 41 Connecting Optional Equipment.. 42 Watching the picture input from optional equipment... 42 Editing with another VCR.. 43 Watching the Pay-TV channel (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only).. 43
Watching the TV.. 17 Switching the video TV on and off. 17 Selecting TV programmes. 17 Adjusting the volume.. 17 Adjusting the picture.. 18 Muting the sound.. 19 Displaying the on-screen information.. 19 Watching line input... 19 Listening with headphones.. 19 Viewing Teletext.. 20 Switching Teletext on and off.. 20 Using Fasttext... 20 Playing a Tape... 22 Inserting a video cassette.. 22 Ejecting a video cassette.. 22 Protecting your cassette against accidental erasure... 22 Playing a tape... 23 Resetting the tape counter.. 23 Playing a tape repeatedly (AUTO REPEAT). 24 Replaying a scene automatically.. 24 Setting the colour system.. 25 Displaying the on-screen indications.. 25 Viewing programmes in 16:9 mode. 26 Recording TV Programmes.. 27 Recording TV programmes.. 27 Recording with the TV off.. 27 Watching a TV programme while recording another (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only). 27
Troubleshooting... 44 Taking Care of Your Video TV. 46 Video head cleaning.. 46 Worn video heads.. 46 Check the video heads after 1,000 hours of use... 46 Specifications... 47 Television Channel Number Guide.. 48 Index to Parts and Controls. 49 Video TV setfront... 49 Remote control.. 50
* VIDEO Plus+ and PlusCode are trademarks applied for by Gemstar Development Corp. VIDEO Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation.
The instructions in this manual are for models KV-14V5U, KV-14V6U, KV-21V5U and KV21V6U. Before you begin to read this manual, refer to the model number located on the rear of your video TV. Model KV-14V6U is used for illustration purposes throughout this manual. Any differences in operation are indicated in the text, for example, KV-14V5U, KV-14V6U only.
Step 1 Preparation
Checking the supplied accessories
When you have taken everything out of the carton, check that you have these items: Remote control Two R6 (size AA) batteries Loop aerial (KV-14V5U, KV-14V6U only)
(KV-14V5U, KV-14V6U only)
Inserting batteries into the remote control
Close the cover.
Turn the remote control over, and remove the cover.
Check the polarities and position two R6 batteries correctly.
Note Always remember to dispose of used batteries in an environmentally friendly way.
Step 2 Connecting the Aerial
Connecting an indoor aerial (KV14V5U, KV-14V6U only)
If your local VHF/UHF signal is strong, an indoor aerial can be used to obtain a clear picture. Connect the supplied loop aerial as follows: 1 Insert the aerial until it clicks. 2 Connect to the (aerial) socket. After turning on the video TV, adjust the aerial for the best reception. Be sure to adjust the aerial for the channel you want to record as well. If reception is poor, connect an outdoor aerial to your video TV.
Aerial connector (supplied)
Note Do not use the supplied loop aerial with any other TV product.
Connecting an outdoor aerial
For better TV reception and clearer recording, connect an outdoor aerial to your video TV.
To connect a VHF aerial or a combination VHF/UHF aerial75-ohm coaxial cable (round)
Attach an IEC aerial connector to 75-ohm coaxial cable. Plug the connector into the (aerial) socket, located at the rear of the video TV.
VHF/UHF aerial Rear On a wall
To connect both VHF and UHF aerials
Attach the aerial cable ends to the VHF/UHF mixer (not supplied). Plug the mixer into the (aerial) socket, located at the rear of the video TV. VHF aerial
UHF aerial Rear 300-ohm twin-lead cable VHF/UHF mixer 75-ohm coaxial cable
After connecting the aerial, connect the mains lead to a wall outlet.
Step 3 Tuning in to TV Stations
You can preset up to 80 TV channels, either automatically or manually. The automatic method is easier if you want to preset all receivable channels at once. Use the manual method if you want to allocate programme numbers to the channels one by one.
Before you begin
Depress the U (MAIN POWER) switch, located behind the cover on the front of the video TV, to turn the TV on. If the u lamp on the video TV is lit in red (indicating that the video TV is in standby mode), press ;, PROGR +/ or a number button on the remote control.
If you have made a mistake Press ? to return to the previous position.
6 After selecting all the characters, press OK repeatedly until the cursor
appears. Now the caption you chose is stored.
7 Repeat steps 4 through 6 to caption other channels. 8 Press MENU to return to the original screen.
Normally, the automatic fine-tuning (AFT) is already working. However, if the picture of a programme is distorted, you can use the manual finetuning function to obtain better picture reception.
1 Press MENU to display the main menu. 2 Move the cursor (z) to PROGRAMME PRESET with + or and press
OK. The PROGRAMME PRESET menu appears.
you want to manually fine-tune, and press OK repeatedly until the AFT position turns red.
REC QUICK TIMER TAPE SPEED COUNTER RESET
PRG 5 6
SYS I I I I I I
CH C22 C24 C26 C32 C36 C38
AFT ON ON ON ON ON ON
5 Fine-tune the channel while holding down + or so that you get the
best TV reception. As you press these buttons, the frequency changes from 15 to +15.
MANUAL PROGRAMME PRG SYS I I I I I I CH C22 C24 C26 C32 C36 C38 LABEL AFT ON ON 3 ON ON ON D
To reactivate automatic finetuning (AFT) Repeat from the beginning and select ON in step 5.
6 After fine-tuning, press OK.
The cursor (z) appears. The fine-tuned level is now stored.
7 Repeat steps 4 through 6 to fine-tune other channels. 8 Press MENU to return to the original screen.
Tuning in to a channel temporarily
You can tune in to a channel temporarily, even when the channel has not been preset.
1 Press C on the remote control.
The indication C (for UHF channels) will appear on the screen.
2 Enter the double digit channel number using the remote control number
buttons (e.g. for channel 24, press 2, then 4). The channel will appear. However, this channel will not be stored in the video TVs memory.
Note (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only) In order to record a programme received through a Pay-TV decoder, you must preset the channel according to the method on page 8 Presetting channels manually, or page 13 Setting a pay-TV channel, and then tune in to the channel according to the method on page 17 Selecting TV programmes.
Setting a Pay-TV channel (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only)
You can watch Pay-TV channels by connecting a Pay-TV decoder to the :1/W 1 connector on the rear of the video TV.
4 Move the cursor (z) to the programme position to which you want to set
the pay-TV decoder, and press OK until the D position turns red.
5 Press + or until r appears in the D position and press OK.
6 Press MENU to return to the original screen.
Note While you are recording a program which is being recorded through the Pay-TV decoder, you will not be able to view other programmes through the decoder.
Step 4 Setting up VIDEO Plus+ Manually
The VIDEO Plus+ function allows you to simplify the task of programming your video TV to make timer recordings. You should coordinate the programme position of each channel with the guide channel (the number thats assigned to each TV station in advance). To find the guide channel numbers, look in the programme guide for your area that features PlusCodes. See Guide channels for VIDEO Plus+ on the next page.
If the u lamp on the video TV is lit in red (indicating that the video TV is in standby mode), press ;, PROGR +/ or a number button on the remote control.
Setting the guide channels
MENU PICTURE CONTROL ON TIMER SET CLOCK SET LANGUAGE PROGRAMME PRESET VCR MODE FUNCTION LOCK Se l ec t a n d p r e s s OK
3 Move the cursor (z) to SET UP GUIDE CH with + or and press
OK. The SET UP GUIDE CH menu appears.
SET UP GUIDE CH PROG Select CH C22 C24 C26 C32 C36 C38 GUIDE CH
button) to which you want to preset the guide channel, and press OK. The GUIDE CH position turns red.
SET UP GUIDE CH
5 Select the guide channel you want to preset with + or , and press OK.
SET UP GUIDE CH PROG Select CH C22 C24 C26 C32 C36 C38 GUIDE CH 99
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to preset other channels.
7 After you finish presetting, press MENU to return to the original screen.
Guide channels for VIDEO plus+
BBC1 BBC2 ITV CHANNEL 4 RTE (IRELAND) NETWORK 2 (IRELAND) SKY ONE SKY NEWS SKY MOVIES THE MOVIE CHANNEL SKY SPORT NICKELODEON VH-1 GERMANY EUROSPORT GALAVISION MTV EUROPE CHILDERNS CHANNEL THE FAMILY CHANNEL SKY MOVIES GOLD BBC WORLD SERVICE RTL 4 SUPER SPORT FILMNET 2 FILMNET + RTL PLUS INTERNATIONAL SAT 1 PREMIERE 3 SAT ARD PRO 7 TELE 5
TELECLUB UK GOLD DISCOVERY THE LEARNING CHANNEL BRAVO ADULT CHANNEL CNN EURONEWS QVC UK LIVING RAI 1 RAI 2 TV5 EUROPE TVE INTERNATIONAL MBC/ARABIC VTM SPORTNET COUNTRY MUSIC TV VIDEO HITS ONE VH-1 SKY SPORT 2 & SOAPS & TRAVEL TV ASIA LA-5 LIVE TV SUPERCHANNEL JAPAN TV SELECT TV MOVIE CHANNEL FILMNET TNT CARTOON NETWORK
Step 5 Setting the Clock
You need to set the clock in order to use timer recording and quick-timer recording functions.
PICTURE CONTROL ON TIMER SET CLOCK SET LANGUAGE PROGRAMME PRESET VCR MODE FUNCTION LOCK Se l ec t a n d p r e s s OK
2 Move the cursor (z) to CLOCK SET with + or and press OK.
The CLOCK SET menu appears.
CLOCK SET. :
p r e s s OK
3 Press OK to start setting the clock.
The day section turns red.
CLOCK SET 1. 1. WED 0 : 00
4 Set the day with + or and press OK.
The month section turns red.
CLOCK SET 4. 1. SAT 0 : 00
If you have made a mistake Press ? to return to the previous position. If the clock has stopped and --/-- is displayed You have to re-set the clock.
5 Using + or and OK, set the month, year, hour and minute in the same
way as in step 4.
CLOCK SET 4. 1 2. THU 15 : 3 0
6 After setting the minute, press OK.
The clock starts working.
7 Press MENU to return to the original screen.
Watching the TV
This section explains the basic functions you use while watching the TV. Most of the operations can be done using the remote control.
Switching the video TV on and off
REC STOP REW 3 PLAY #FF PAUSE
Depress the U (MAIN POWER) switch, which is located behind the cover on the front of the video TV. Press ;, PROGR +/ or number buttons on the remote control, or PROGR +/ on the video TV when the u lamp is lit in red (indicating that the video TV is in standby mode).
Switching off temporarily
Press u. The video TV enters standby mode and the u lamp on the front of the video TV lights up in red.
To switch on again Press ;, PROGR +/ or number buttons on the remote control, or PROGR +/ on the video TV. To switch off the main power Press the U switch on the video TV.
Note When you change channels, switch between input sources, or turn the power on and off, the video TV will switch back to normal mode.
Recording TV Programmes
Recording TV programmes
2 Insert a cassette with a safety tab. 3 Press TAPE SPEED to select the recording speed, SP (Standard Play), or LP
(Long Play). Recording in LP mode will extend the length of your tape. Maximum recording time SP mode: 4 hours with E-240 LP mode: 8 hours with E-240
4 Select the programme position with PROGR +/. You can also use
number buttons on the remote control. For double-digit numbers (e.g. 24), first press , then press 2 and 4.
5 Press REC r.
The REC lamp on the front of the video TV lights up and recording begins.
To stop recording
Press STOP p. When the tape reaches the end, the video TV rewinds the tape automatically to the beginning, then stops. This function does not work when the power of the video TV is off.
To pause recording
Press PAUSE P. To resume recording, press PAUSE P again. You can cut out an unwanted scene during recording with this button. 1 Press PAUSE P when an unwanted scene appears on the screen. Recording pauses. 2 Press PAUSE P again to release the pause mode at the desired scene. Recording resumes from the point set in step 1. When the recording pause mode lasts for about 5 minutes, the video TV stops recording.
Recording with the TV off
Press u. The TV screen is turned off and the u lamp lights up. The video TV continues recording.
Watching a TV programme while recording another (KV-14V6U, KV21V6U only)
Note (KV-14V6U, KV-21V6U only) In order to record a Pay-TV programme, you must set the desired Pay-TV channel as explained in Setting a Pay-TV channel (page 13).
You can watch a TV programme and record another at the same time if your video TV has two tuners. Only models KV-14V6U and KV-21V6U are equipped with two tuners. Select the desired programme position with PROGR +/ or the number buttons on the remote control or PROGR +/ on the video TV.
Recording TV Programmes Using the Timer
The Timer Recording function allows you to preset your video TV to record up to six programmes within a one-month period. Before you begin Press ;, PROGR +/ or number buttons on the remote control, or PROGR +/ on the video TV to switch on the video TV. Make sure that the time and date clock are set. If not, the message Please set the time is displayed on the screen. Refer to Setting the clock on page 16. Make sure that the loaded cassette has its safety tab. If a cassette without safety tab is loaded, the message Tape with safety tab is required for recording is displayed. If you are using an indoor aerial, adjust the reception for the channel you want to record.
12 Press TIMER REC ON/OFF.
The TIMER REC lamp on the front of the video TV lights up and the video TV enters timer recording standby mode. Press TIMER ON SCREEN to erase the PROGRAMME LIST. Press u to turn the video TV off if you do not want to watch the TV. The video TV turns on automatically and starts recording at the preset start time, and goes off at the preset stop time.
You can preset your video TV to record the same programme every day of the week (daily recording) or the same programme on the same day every week (weekly recording). Press in step 3 until the desired setting appears in the DATE position. With each press, the setting changes as follows: 4 (today) n MONSUN n MONSAT n MONFRI n EVERY SAT n EVERY FRI n EVERY THU n EVERY WED n EVERY TUE n EVERY MON n EVERY SUN n 3 (next month) n 2.
To stop timer recording
Press TIMER REC ON/OFF. The TIMER REC lamp turns off.
Using the video TV before timer recording starts
You can watch a TV programme, check the timer settings and reset the counter in timer recording standby mode. However, press TIMER REC ON/OFF to turn off the TIMER REC lamp on the front of the video TV to do the following operations: eject the cassette use the tape operation buttons change or cancel the timer settings Remember to press TIMER REC ON/OFF again to make the TIMER REC lamp light after the above operations.
Checking the timer settings
You can display the list of the timer settings which you preset.
Press TIMER ON SCREEN. The PROGRAMME LIST appears.
PROGRAMME LIST PDC : OFF DATE START 6 SAT : 7 SUN 8 : MON-SAT : EVERY SUN 9 : : : Se l ec t 20 : 00 4. THU STOP PRG : SP : SP 0 : SP : LP : :
Press TIMER ON SCREEN again to erase the PROGRAMME LIST.
Changing or cancelling the timer settings
1 Press TIMER REC ON/OFF to turn off the TIMER REC lamp on the front
of the video TV.
2 Press TIMER ON SCREEN to display the PROGRAMME LIST. 3 Select the setting you want to change or cancel with + or .
4 To change the setting
Using + or and OK, re-enter all the items. Refer to Setting the timer steps 2 through 10 on pages 28 and 29. To cancel the setting Press TIMER REC CLEAR.
5 Press TIMER ON SCREEN to return to the original screen. 6 If there are other timer settings on the list, press TIMER REC ON/OFF to
set the video TV to timer recording standby mode.
Recording using QUICK TIMER
You can preset your video TV to start timer recording immediately and to automatically stop recording after a specific time period. If you have not set the clock, QUICK TIMER recording cannot be used.
If you are recording
1 Press QUICK TIMER on the remote control.
QUICK TIMER 0:00 appears on the screen.
2 Press QUICK TIMER repeatedly to select the recording time period. With
each press, the time period changes as follows:
0:00 0:30 1:00. 7:30 8:00
Even if you switch off the video TV, it continues recording. After the selected time period has elapsed, recording stops automatically.
If you are not recording
+/ on the video TV to switch it on.
2 Insert a cassette with its safety tab. 3 Select the programme position which you want to record. 4 Press QUICK TIMER on the remote control.
5 Press QUICK TIMER repeatedly to select the recording time period. With
each press the time period changes as follows:
To change the recording time period after QUICK TIMER recording begins Press QUICK TIMER until the desired time period appears. To display the remaining time period during QUICK TIMER recording Press. The recording time period decreases minute by minute. To stop QUICK TIMER recording Press TIMER REC ON/OFF.
The time period turns yellow and recording starts. Even if you switch off the video TV, it continues recording. When the preset time period has elapsed, the video TV stops recording.
Timer recording with PDC signals
The German broadcasting system transmits PDC (Programme Delivery Control) signals with the TV programmes. These signals assure you that your timer recordings are made regardless of broadcast delays, early starts, or broadcast interruptions. For example, if an urgent news bulletin interrupts a regular programme, recording stops. As soon as the interrupted programme resumes, recording starts again.
PROGR PROGRAMME LIST PDC : OFF DATE START 6 SAT : 7 SUN 8 : MON-SAT : EVERY SUN 9 : : : Se l ec t 20 : 00 4. THU STOP PRG : SP : SP 0 : SP : LP : :
4 Repeat steps 2 to 3 to preset another timer setting. 5 Press TIMER REC ON/OFF.
The TIMER REC lamp on the front of the video TV lights up and the video TV enters timer recording standby mode.
To stop recording To stop the video TV while recording a programme, press STOP p.
Switching Off Automatically Sleep Timer
You can automatically switch the video TV into standby mode after a selected time period. Press SLEEP. With each press, the time period (in minutes) changes as follows:
One minute before the TV switches into standby mode, a message Good night is displayed on the screen.
To cancel the timer Press SLEEP to select OFF.
Switching On at Your Desired Time On Timer
You can preset your video TV to automatically switch on at a desired time. You can choose either a TV programme or video playback to be switched on.
2 Move the cursor (z) to ON TIMER SET with + or and press OK.
The ON TIMER SET menu appears.
ON TIMER SET 20 : 00 4. THU 6 : 00 TV PROG 21 OFF
PROGR TIME: SOURCE: ON TIMER:
The timer setting hour section turns red.
4 Set the hour with + or and press OK.
The minute section turns red.
5 Set the minutes (by one minute) with + or and press OK.
The cursor appears beside TIME.
6 Move the cursor (z) to SOURCE with + or and press OK. 7 Select TV or VCR (video playback) with + or and press OK.
When you select TV, select the programme position with + or and press OK.
ON TIMER SET TIME: SOURCE: ON TIMER: 20 : 00 4. THU 7 : 30 TV PROG OFF
To erase the message Press any button on the video TV or remote control.
8 Move the cursor (z) to ON TIMER with + or and press OK, then
select ON with + or and press OK.
9 Press MENU to return to the original screen. 10 Press ON TIMER.
If you are not using the video TV, press u to set the video TV in standby mode. At the preset time, the video TV automatically switches on. If you do not press any button for 2 hours, the video TV automatically shuts off.
Using FUNCTION LOCK
The FUNCTION LOCK feature prevents use of the buttons on the front of the video TV. You may want to use this feature to prevent small children from changing channels, viewing video tapes, etc.
2 Using the + or buttons, move the cursor (z) to FUNCTION LOCK,
then press OK. The FUNCTION LOCK menu appears.
FUNCT I ON LOCK FUNCT I ON LOCK : OFF
p r e s s OK PROGR
3 Press OK to start setting the FUNCTION LOCK.
The ON/OFF section turns red. Using + or buttons, select OFF or ON, then press OK. OFF: Factory setting. ON: The buttons on the video TV will no longer function (except the POWER button).
Connecting Optional Equipment
Watching the picture input from optional equipment
Rear to video/audio outputs
behind the cover on the front
to 21-pin EURO-AV connector VMC-212CE EURO cable (not supplied)
To watch the video input signal
Press repeatedly until the desired input indicator appears on the screen. 1 for audio/video input or RGB input through the : 1/W 1 connector for audio/RGB input through the : 1/W 1 connector 2 for audio/video input through the 2/ 2 jacks located behind the cover on the front of the video TV
Note When connecting optional equipment, such as videogames, please use the connecting cables recommended by the equipment's manufacturer.
Editing with another VCR
Using an additional VCR, you can edit a tape.
Editing from another VCR
Connections are the same as in Watching the picture input from optional equipment.
Editing onto another VCR
Watching the pay-TV channel (KV14V6U, KV-21V6U only)
You can connect the pay-TV decoder to the : 1/W 1 connector using VMC-212CE EURO cable. Set the Pay-TV decoder following the steps in Setting a Pay-TV channel (page 13).
Function TV reception
Clock and timer Playback
Problems Possible causes and remedies No picture (screen is The mains lead is disconnected. dark), no sound / Connect the mains lead. The video TV is switched off. / Press ;, PROGR +/ or programme number on the remote control, or PROGR +/ on the video TV. Good picture but no The headphones are connected to the 2 jack. / Disconnect the headphones. sound The is displayed on the screen. / Press. Press +/. Adjust CONTRAST, COLOUR, and BRIGHTNESS in the No colour or poor PICTURE CONTROL menu. (page 18) colour (screen is dark) for colour programmes, but good sound. No picture, no The connecting cord between the video TV and the input source is sound from video disconnected. input source / Connect it firmly. Input is not selected correctly. / Press until the desired input indicator appears. (page 42) The clock has The power has been interrupted, the U (MAIN POWER) switch is turned off or the mains lead is disconnected for more than a week. stopped and --/-- / Re-set the clock and timer settings if necessary. (pages 16, 28, 34) is displayed. Power is on, but the The safety device has been activated. / Switch off, disconnect the mains lead, and leave the set for about tape does not run. one minute. Poor playback picture The COL SYS setting in the VCR MODE menu is not correct. / Set COL SYS to the system that the tape was recorded in. (page 25) Adjust the tracking. (page 40) The video heads are dirty. / Clean the heads using the Sony V-25CL video head cleaning tape (page 46). If the cleaning tape is not available in your area, have the heads cleaned at your nearest Sony service facility. (Do not use a commercially available wet-type cleaning tape, as it may damage the video heads.) The tape is worn out. /Use a new tape. The tape is defective. / Use a new tape.
Index to Parts and Controls
Video TV setfront
This section briefly describes the buttons and controls on the video TV set and on the remote control. For more information, refer to the pages next to each description.
1 EJECT 6 button (page 22) 2 u (standby) button (page 17) 3 Lamps u (standby) (page 17) TIMER REC (recording) (page 29) REC (recording) (page 27) 4 (input select) button (pages 19, 42)
8 (volume) +/ buttons (page 17) 9 Remote sensor ! Tape transport buttons (page 23) ! TIMER REC ON/OFF button (pages 29, 30) ! REC (recording) r button (page 27) ! 2/2 (video/audio input) jacks (page 42)
5 U (MAIN POWER) switch (pages 6, 17) ! 2 (headphones) jack (page 19) 6 Cassette compartment (page 22) 7 PROGR (programme) +/ buttons (pages 17, 27)
1 (muting) button (page 19) (eject)button (page 22) 3 ; (TV power on) button (pages 6, 17) 4 ON TIMER button (page 37) 5 SLEEP button (page 36) 6 VIDEO Plus+ button (page 34) 7 TIMER REC buttons
TIMER ON SCREEN (pages 28, 31) ON/OFF (pages 29, 30) CLEAR (pages 31, 34) 8 Teletext operation buttons (page 20) 9 REC (recording) r button (page 27) ! QUICK TIMER button (page 32) ! REPLAY button (page 24) ! Tape transport buttons (page 23) PLAY , STOP p, REW (rewind) 0, FF (fast forward) ) ! ! (on-screen display) button (pages 19, 25) (Teletext) button (page 20) (hold) button (pages 19, 21, 42) ! Menu operation buttons (pages 6, 7) MENU + / ? OK ! Number buttons (pages 17, 27, 34) ! C (direct tuning) button (page 12) @ PROGR (programme) +/// (Teletext page access) buttons (pages 17, 21, 27) @ (volume) +/ buttons (page 17) @ COUNTER RESET button (page 23) @ TAPE SPEED button (page 27) @ PAUSE P button (pages 23, 27) @ INDEX SEARCH =/+ buttons (page 39) ! u (standby) button (page 17)
! (input select)/
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