3-860-806-12 (1)
Video Cassette
Recorder
Operating Instructions
SLV-P58EE
SLV-PH88EE
©1997 by Sony Corporation
PAL NTSC 4.43
PAL NTSC
WARNING
To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose
the unit to rain or moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel
only.
Precautions
Safety
• This VCR operates on 110 – 240 V AC,
50/60 Hz. Check that the unit’s operating
voltage is identical with your local power
supply.
• If anything falls into the cabinet, unplug the
unit and have it checked by qualified
personnel before operating it any further.
• The unit is not disconnected from the mains
as long as it is connected to the mains, even
if the unit itself has been turned off.
• Unplug the unit from the mains 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.
Installing
• Allow adequate air circulation to prevent
internal heat buildup.
• Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs,
blankets, etc.) or near materials (curtains,
draperies) that may block the ventilation
slots.
• Do not install the unit near heat sources
such as radiators or air ducts, or in a place
subject to direct sunlight, excessive dust,
mechanical vibration or shock.
• Do not install the unit in an inclined
position. It is designed to be operated in a
horizontal position only.
• Keep the unit and cassettes away from
equipment with strong magnets, such as
microwave ovens or large loudspeakers.
• Do not place heavy objects on the unit.
• If the unit is brought directly from a cold to
a warm location, moisture may condense
inside the unit and cause damage to the
video head and tape. When you first install
the unit, or when you move it from a cold to
a warm location, wait for about one hour
before operating the unit.
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Introduction
Caution
Television programmes, films, video tapes, and
other materials may be copyrighted.
Unauthorized recording of such material may
be contrary to the provisions of the copyright
laws. Also, use of this recorder with cable
television transmission may require
authorization from the cable television
transmitter and/or programme owner.
Compatible colour systems
• This VCR is designed to play back and
record using the following colour systems:
SLV-P58EE
Playback
Recording
PAL
•
•
MESECAM
•
•
NTSC 3.58
–
–
NTSC 4.43
•
•
SLV-PH88EE
Playback
Recording
PAL
•
•
MESECAM
•
•
NTSC 3.58
•
•
NTSC 4.43
•
•
Recording of video sources based on other
colour systems cannot be guaranteed.
• Tapes recorded with the NTSC colour
system can be played back on this unit using
a TV or a colour monitor for the PAL colour
system.
• To play back tapes recorded with the PAL
and MESECAM colour systems, you need a
TV or colour monitor compatible with these
systems.
Table of contents
Getting Started
Getting Started
4
5
6
8
Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Unpacking
Setting up the remote commander
Connecting the unit
Tuning your TV to the unit
Basic Operations
10 Playing a tape
Additional Operations
15 Playing/searching at various
speeds
17 Adjusting the picture
18 Editing with another VCR
Additional Information
20 Troubleshooting
22 Specifications
23 Index to parts and controls
back cover
Index
Introduction
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Getting Started
Step 1
Unpacking
Check that you have received the following items with the unit:
• Remote commander
• Aerial cable
• R6 (Size AA) batteries
• Audio/video cable (3-phono to 3phono) (SLV-PH88EE only)
Checking your model name
The instructions in this manual are for the 2 models: SLV-P58EE and
PH88EE. Check your model number by looking at the rear panel of
your VCR. The SLV-P58EE is the model used for illustration
purposes. Any difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text,
for example, “SLV-PH88EE only.”
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Getting Started
Step 2
Setting up the remote commander
Getting Started
Inserting the batteries
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries by
matching the + and – on the batteries
to the diagram inside the battery
compartment.
Using the remote commander
You can use this remote
commander to operate the unit
and a Sony TV. To operate this
unit, point at the remote sensor
on the unit. To operate the TV,
point at the remote sensor on
the TV.
Remote sensor
REC
TV/VIDEO
; (TV power)
u
(on/standby)
PROG(CH) +/–
VOL +/–
To
Press
Turn the TV to standby or active mode
u
Turn on the TV power
;
Increase (+) or decrease (–) the TV volume
VOL +/–
Change the TV programme position
PROG(CH) +/–
Select an input source on the TV either aerial in or line in
TV/VIDEO
Notes
• With normal use, the batteries should last about three to six months.
• If you do not use the remote commander for an extended period of time, remove
the batteries to avoid possible damage from battery leakage.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not mix different types of batteries.
Getting Started
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Step 3
Connecting the unit
AERIAL OUT
Aerial cable (supplied)
AERIAL IN
to mains
: Signal flow
1
Disconnect the aerial cable from your TV
and connect it to AERIAL IN on the rear
panel of the unit.
AERIAL
OUT
IN
2
3
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Getting Started
Connect AERIAL OUT of the unit and
the aerial input of your TV using the
supplied aerial cable.
Connect the mains lead to the mains.
AERIAL
OUT
IN
Additional connections
If you want to use the Trinitron TV
Synchro Play function (see page 14),
this connection is necessary. (If
your TV has two or more inputs,
connect the audio/video cable to
the VIDEO IN 1 jacks.)
For SLV-P58EE
This VCR
TV
AUDIO VIDEO
LINE IN
LINE OUT
IN
VIDEO
AUDIO
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
Getting Started
To a TV that has phono type
audio/video input jacks
This additional connection
improves picture and sound quality.
Connect the TV as shown on the
right.
For SLV-PH88EE
This VCR
TV
AUDIO VIDEO
LINE 1 IN
IN
LINE 1 OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO
Audio/video cable
To a stereo system (SLV-PH88EE
only)
You can improve sound quality by
connecting a stereo system as
shown on the right.
This VCR
Stereo system
AUDIO VIDEO
LINE 1 IN
AUX IN
LINE 1 OUT
Audio cable (not supplied)
Getting Started
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Step 4
Tuning your TV to the unit
If you have connected your VCR to the TV using the audio/video cable, skip
this step.
ON/STANDBY
REC
1
ON/STANDBY
2
Press ON/STANDBY to turn on the unit.
Turn on your TV and select a programme position for video
playback.
Choose a channel between UHF 30 and 39 on the TV where there is
no picture and no sound or only a steady rustling sound.
This channel will now be referred to as the video channel.
3
Insert a tape recorded in the colour system matching your TV into
the cassette compartment.
The unit starts playing automatically if you insert a tape with its
safety tab removed.
4
5
Press · PLAY on the unit.
Tune the TV until the video playback picture is clearly displayed on
the TV screen.
Refer to your TV manual for tuning instructions.
You have now tuned your TV to the unit. From now on, whenever
you want to play a tape, set the TV to the video channel.
If the playback picture does not appear clearly, see “To obtain a clear
playback picture” on page 9.
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Getting Started
To select the TV system
For your TV to receive the correct
signal from your VCR, you must
set the TV SYSTEM switch on the
rear panel of the unit to either G
(for system B/G) or K (for system
D/K). If this switch is set to the
wrong position, the sound will be
distorted.
Getting Started
To obtain a clear playback
picture
If the playback picture does not
appear clearly in step 5 above,
turn the RF CHANNEL screw on
the rear panel of the unit with a
screwdriver to a position where
the TV clearly displays the
playback picture.
RF CHANNEL
TV SYSTEM
G
K
Getting Started
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Basic Operations
Playing a tape
6 EJECT
3/#
SEARCH
P PAUSE
) FF
· PLAY
p STOP
0 REW
REC
NTSC PB
COLOR SYSTEM
1
2
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
Insert a tape.
The unit turns on, and starts playing
automatically if you insert a tape with its
safety tab removed.
3
PLAY
REC
Press · PLAY.
When the tape reaches the end, it will rewind automatically.
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Basic Operations
Additional tasks
To
Press
Stop play
p STOP
Pause play
P PAUSE
Resume play after pause P PAUSE or · PLAY
Search forward
) FF or # SEARCH during playback
Search backward
0 REW or 3 SEARCH during playback
Fast-forward the tape
) FF during stop
Rewind the tape
0 REW during stop
Eject the tape
6 EJECT
If your tape was recorded in
Set COLOR SYSTEM to
PAL
PAL/MESECAM
NTSC
NTSC
MESECAM
PAL/MESECAM
Basic Operations
To set the colour system
If streaks appear during playback, set COLOR SYSTEM on the unit to
conform to the system that the tape was recorded in. (Normally set the
switch to AUTO.)
continued
Basic Operations
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Playing a tape (continued)
To play an NTSC-recorded tape
Set NTSC PB on the unit according to the colour system of your TV.
SLV-P58EE
If your TV is
Set NTSC PB to
PAL
ON PAL TV
NTSC 4.43
NTSC 4.43
SLV-PH88EE
If your TV is
Set NTSC PB to
PAL
ON PAL TV
NTSC 4.43
NTSC 4.43
NTSC 3.58
NTSC 3.58
Notes
• Depending on your TV, the following may occur while playing an NTSC-recorded
tape:
– the picture is black and white,
– the picture shakes,
– no picture appears on the TV screen,
– black streaks appear horizontally on the TV screen, and
– the colour density increases or decreases.
• You can play back tapes recorded in the SP mode only.
• You can eject a tape even when the power is off. When you press 6 EJECT, the unit
turns on automatically. After ejecting the tape, the unit turns off again.
• When the pause mode lasts for more than approximately five minutes, the unit will
automatically enter the playback mode.
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Basic Operations
Selecting the sound
during playback
(SLV-PH88EE only)
AUDIO
MONITOR
Press AUDIO MONITOR to select
the sound you want. Each press
of the button changes the
indicator in the display window.
When you play a tape recorded in
stereo or with a bilingual sound
track, the Hi-Fi Stereo indicator in
the display window lights up.
To listen to a
Bilingual tape’s
Press AUDIO MONITOR until the
display window indicator shows
Stereo sound
Main and sub sounds
L/R
Left channel
Main sound
L
Right channel
Sub sound
Standard sound*
1
Standard sound*
R
2
No indication
1
* Usually the mixed sound of left and right channels (monaural)
*2 Usually the main sound (monaural)
How sound is recorded on a video tape
The unit records sound onto two separate tracks. Hi-fi audio is recorded
onto the main track along with the picture. Monaural sound is recorded
onto the normal audio track along the edge of the tape.
Stereo
Usually mixed
left/right channels
Normal audio track
(monaural)
Basic Operations
Stereo tape’s
Bilingual
Usually main
sound
Hi-fi audio track
(main track)
Stereo sound
(left/right channels)
Main (left channel)
Sub (right channel)
Notes
• To listen to playback sounds in stereo, you must use the AUDIO OUT connections.
• When you play back a tape recorded in monaural, the sound is heard in monaural
regardless of the AUDIO MONITOR setting.
• You cannot select the sound to listen to while recording.
continued
Basic Operations
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Playing a tape (continued)
Turning on the unit and TV, and starting playback
automatically (Trinitron TV Synchro Play)
You can only use this function if your TV is made by Sony (Trinitron TV).
How to connect to use this function
Connect the unit and TV with the audio/video cable (see “To a TV that has
phono type audio/video input jacks” on page 7.) Be sure to connect the
audio/video cable to the VIDEO IN 1 jacks on the TV if the TV has two
inputs or more. The TV must be placed where it will respond to the remote
commander while you are pointing it at the unit.
Operation
Make sure that the TV’s power is in standby mode.
Press TRINITRON TV SYNCHRO PLAY and hold the remote commander in
place for about two seconds.
The unit and TV turn on, and the TV is set to the video channel. If there is a
tape in the unit, playback starts automatically.
Notes
• If the Trinitron TV Synchro Play function does not work properly:
- Wait a few moments, and press the button again.
- Replace both of the batteries in the remote commander with new ones, and press
the button again.
Note that this function may not operate some Sony TVs because of the remote
commander’s signal limitations.
• Do not press TRINITRON TV SYNCHRO PLAY while playing back a video tape. If
you do so, the TV’s input source will momentarily switch to the TV’s tuner.
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Basic Operations
Additional Operations
Playing/searching
at various speeds
SLOW +/–
· PLAY
0 3 REW ) # FF
3/#
SEARCH
7 FRAME
) FF
· PLAY
0 REW
REC
Playback options
Operation
Fast-forward/rewind
During stop, press ) FF or 0 REW.
View the picture during fast- During fast-forward, hold ) FF down. During rewind, hold
forward or rewind
0 REW down.
Play at high speed
During playback or pause, press # SEARCH or 3 SEARCH.
Play in slow motion
During playback or pause, press SLOW+/–. Press the +/– buttons
to change the speed.
Play frame by frame
During pause, press 7 FRAME to advance the picture one frame.
Hold the button down to play one frame each second.
Rewind and start play
During stop, hold 0 REW on the unit down and press · PLAY
on the unit.
continued
Additional Operations
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Playing/searching at various speeds (continued)
To resume normal playback
Press · PLAY.
Tip
• If the picture shakes while in the still mode, adjust the picture using $/4
TRACKING NORMAL/SLOW STILL ADJUST.
Notes
• Streaks or snow cannot be eliminated completely in the various playback
operations, especially in the slow motion mode.
• If you press 7 FRAME during playback, playback continues at the normal speed
but the sound is muted. Press · PLAY to resume normal playback.
• The sound is muted during these operations.
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Additional Operations
Adjusting the
picture
Adjusting the tracking
Although the unit automatically
adjusts the tracking when
playing a tape, distortion may
occur if the tape was recorded in
poor condition. If so, manually
adjust the tracking.
TRACKING
AUTO/MANU
$/4
TRACKING
NORMAL/
SLOW
Press $/4 TRACKING
NORMAL/SLOW to obtain the
best possible picture. The
distortion should disappear as you press one of the two buttons. If you
cannot get a clear picture with manual adjustment, press TRACKING
AUTO/MANU to return to automatic adjustment.
About OPC
OPC (Optimum Picture Control) automatically improves playback quality
by adjusting the unit to the condition of the video heads and tape.
The OPC function automatically works on all types of tapes, including rental
tapes and tapes that were not recorded with OPC.
Notes
• The auto tracking function works automatically when you play back a tape just
after inserting it.
• Sufficient picture quality may not be obtained when playing back tapes recorded on
another VCR or tapes in poor condition.
• When a tape recorded with the copyguard system is played back, intermittent
distortion may appear in the upper portion of the picture. However, this is not a
malfunction of the unit.
Additional Operations
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Editing with another VCR
How to connect to record on this VCR
TV
This VCR (Recorder)
LINE IN
Other VCR (Player)
LINE OUT
audio/video cable (not supplied)
: Signal flow
Tips
• (SLV-P58EE only)
Use a commercially available 2-phono to 2-phono type audio/video cable. If the
other VCR has the AUDIO L and R jacks, use a commercially available 3-phono to 2phono type audio/video cable.
• (SLV-PH88EE only)
– Use a commercially available 3-phono to 2-phono type audio/video cable. If the
other VCR has the AUDIO L and R jacks, use a commercially available 3-phono to
3-phono type audio/video cable.
- You can also use the LINE 2 IN jacks on the front of the unit.
Notes
• Make sure you connect the plugs to jacks of the same colour.
• When connecting the units, do not simultaneously connect the LINE IN and LINE
OUT jacks on your VCR with the other VCR. A humming noise may occur if you
do this.
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Additional Operations
Operation (when
recording on this VCR)
SLV-P58EE
You can make a copy of a tape using
this VCR for recording or playback.
The unit cannot record TV
programmes directly since it does not
have a TV tuner.
Before you start editing
• Turn on your TV and set it to the
video channel.
1
P PAUSE
REC
r REC
SLV-PH88EE
(SLV-PH88EE only)
Set INPUT SELECT to LINE 1
(or LINE 2).
P PAUSE
REC
2
Insert a source tape with its
safety tab removed into the
other (playback) VCR. Search
for the point to start playback
and set it to playback pause.
3
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place into this (recording) VCR.
Search for the point to start recording and press P PAUSE.
4
5
Press r REC on this VCR to set it to recording pause.
INPUT SELECT
r REC
To start editing, press the P PAUSE buttons on both units at the same
time.
To stop editing
Press the p STOP buttons on both units.
To save a recording
To prevent accidental erasure, break off the
safety tab as illustrated. To record on a tape
again, cover the tab hole with adhesive tape.
Safety tab
Tips
• To edit more precisely, press the P PAUSE buttons
on the units to release pause.
• To cut out unwanted scenes while editing, press P PAUSE on this VCR when an
unwanted scene begins. When that scene ends, press P PAUSE again to resume
recording.
Note
• You can record tapes only in SP mode.
Additional Operations
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Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Remedy
The ON/STANDBY switch
does not function.
• Connect the mains lead securely.
The power is turned on but the
unit does not operate.
• Moisture condensation occurs. Turn the power off,
unplug the mains lead and leave the unit to dry for
over an hour.
The VCR enters standby mode
or turns off automatically.
• The auto safety system is triggered to protect your tape
and the unit’s mechanism when there is something
wrong with the tape or when the mechanism is
overloaded. Press ON/STANDBY to restart the unit.
If the unit does not work after pressing ON/STANDBY
again, disconnect the mains lead from the mains. Wait
for at least 15 seconds. Then reconnect mains, and
press ON/STANDBY again. If the unit still does not
work, please consult your nearest Sony service facility.
The playback picture does not
appear on the TV screen.
• Make sure the TV is set to the video channel. If you
are using a monitor, set it to video input.
The picture is not clear.
• Adjust the tracking with the $/4 TRACKING
NORMAL/SLOW buttons.
• Make sure the COLOR SYSTEM switch is set to the
position corresponding to the colour system which the
tape was recorded with.
• The video heads are dirty (see the next page). Clean
the video heads using a video head cleaning cassette.
If a cleaning cassette is not available in your area, have
the heads cleaned at your nearest Sony service facility
(a standard service charge will be required). Do not
use a commercially available wet-type cleaning
cassette, as it may damage the video heads.
• The video heads may have to be replaced. Consult
your local Sony service facility for more information.
The picture rolls vertically
during picture search.
• Adjust the vertical hold control on the TV or monitor.
The picture has no sound.
• The tape is defective. Use a new tape.
Playback
Power
If you have any questions or problems not covered below, please consult your
nearest Sony service facility.
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Additional Information
Recording
Others
Symptom
Remedy
The tape starts playing as soon
as it is inserted.
• The safety tab has been removed. To record on this
tape, cover the tab hole.
The tape is ejected when you
press r REC.
• Check that the safety tab has not been removed.
Nothing happens when you
press r REC.
• Make sure the tape is not at its end.
• (SLV-PH88EE only)
Select the correct source with the INPUT SELECT
switch, LINE 1 or LINE 2.
No tape can be inserted.
• Check that a tape isn’t already in the tape
compartment.
The remote commander does
not function.
• Make sure you are pointing the remote commander at
the remote sensor on the unit.
• Replace all the batteries in the remote commander with
new ones if they are weak.
The unit needs to be cleaned.
• Clean the cabinet, panel, and controls with a dry soft
cloth, or a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild
detergent solution. Do not use any type of solvent,
such as alcohol or benzine.
Auto head cleaner
The unit incorporates an auto head cleaner which cleans the video
heads when a tape is loaded or unloaded. When the heads are not
sufficiently clean, even after a tape has been loaded/unloaded several
times, use a video head cleaning cassette.
Symptoms caused by contaminated video heads
• Normal picture
• Rough picture
initial
• Unclear picture
• No picture (or
black & white
screen appears)
terminal
Additional Information
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Specifications
System
Supplied accessories
RF output signal
UHF channels 30 to 39
Aerial out
75-ohm asymmetrical aerial socket
Remote commander (1)
R6 (Size AA) batteries (2)
Aerial cable (1)
Audio/video cable (3-phono to 3-phono)
(SLV-PH88EE only) (1)
Inputs and outputs
LINE IN (SLV-P58EE)
LINE 1 IN/LINE 2 IN (SLV-PH88EE)
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO IN,
phono jack (1) (SLV-P58EE)
phono jack (2) (SLV-PH88EE)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
LINE OUT (SLV-P58EE)
LINE 1 OUT (SLV-PH88EE)
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO OUT,
phono jack (1) (SLV-P58EE)
phono jack (2) (SLV-PH88EE)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
General
Power requirements
110 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
10 W
Operating temperature
5°C to 40°C
Storage temperature
–20°C to 60°C
Dimensions
Approx. 355 x 100 x 280 mm (w/h/d)
including projecting parts and controls
Mass
Approx. 3.8 kg
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Additional Information
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Index to parts and controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
Front panel (SLV-P58EE)
REC
Front panel (SLV-PH88EE)
REC
1 ON/STANDBY switch/indicator (8)
!º p STOP button (11)
2 LINE 2 IN VIDEO/AUDIO/L/R jacks
(SLV-PH88EE only) (18)
!¡ P PAUSE button (11)
3 Tape compartment
4 HiFi Stereo/L/R indicators (SLVPH88EE only) (13)
!™ NTSC PB switch (12)
!£ COLOR SYSTEM switch (11)
!¢ REC (recording) indicator
5 Tape operation indicator
!∞ Remote sensor (5)
6 03 REW button (11, 15)
!§ INPUT SELECT switch (SLVPH88EE only) (19)
7 · PLAY button (10)
8 )# FF button (11, 15)
!¶ § EJECT button (11)
9 r REC button (19)
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Index to parts and controls (continued)
Rear panel (SLV-P58EE)
Rear panel (SLV-PH88EE)
1 Mains lead (6)
2 RF CHANNEL screw (9)
3 AERIAL OUT connector (6)
4 LINE IN VIDEO/AUDIO
jacks (SLV-P58EE only) (18)
LINE 1 IN VIDEO/AUDIO L/R
jacks (SLV-PH88EE only) (18)
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5 LINE OUT VIDEO/AUDIO jacks
(SLV-P58EE only) (7)
LINE 1 OUT VIDEO/AUDIO L/R
jacks (SLV-PH88EE only) (7)
6 AERIAL IN connector (6)
7 TV SYSTEM switch (9)
Remote commander
1 6 EJECT button (11)
2 TV control buttons (Only for TV) (5)
TV/VIDEO
; (TV power)
u (on/standby)
VOL +/–
PROG (CH) +/–
3 EFFECT button (This button doesn’t
work with this VCR.)
4 TRACKING AUTO/MANU button
(17)
5 TV/VTR button (This button doesn’t
work with this VCR.)
6 r REC button (19)
7 AUDIO MONITOR button (This
button works only for SLV-PH88EE.)
(13)
8 P PAUSE button (11)
9 0 REW button (11, 15)
0 · PLAY button (10)
!¡ p STOP button (11)
!™ TRINITRON TV SYNCHRO PLAY
button (14)
!£ u (on/standby) switch (8)
!¢ $/4 TRACKING NORMAL/SLOW
STILL ADJUST buttons (17)
!∞ SLOW +/– buttons (15)
!§ =/+ AMS buttons (This button
doesn’t work with this VCR.)
!¶ 3/# SEARCH buttons (11, 15)
!• 7 FRAME button (15)
!ª ) FF button (11, 15)
Additional Information
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Index
A, B
N
Accessories supplied 4
Adjusting
picture 17
tracking 17
Aerial hookup 6
Audio track 13
Auto head cleaner 21
AV connection 7
Normal audio track 13
NTSC-recorded tapes 12
O
OPC (Optimum Picture
Control) 17
P, Q
Picture adjustment. See
Adjusting
Playback 10
at various speeds 11, 15
frame-by-frame 15
slow motion 15
C
Cleaning the video
heads 20
Colour system
compatible colour
systems 2
setting 11
Connecting
the VCR and your TV
to a TV with audio/
video jacks 7
R
6
Recording 19
Remote commander 5
RF CHANNEL screw 9
S
D
Safety tab 19
Searching at various
speeds 15
SP mode 12
Dubbing. See Editing
E, F, G
Editing 18
T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
H, I, J, K, L
Hi-fi audio track 13
M
Monitoring
during playback
Sony Corporation
13
Tracking adjustment. See
Adjusting
Trinitron TV Synchro
Play 14
Tuning your TV to the
unit 8
TV system 9