SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737/GA58

SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737/GA58
RMT-V408/V409/V411
SERVICE MANUAL
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Middle East Model
SLV-ED333ME/ED333SG/ED939ME/
ED939SG/GA58ME/GA58SG
Australia Model
New Zealand Model
SLV-EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ
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Photo: SLV-ED939ME
RMT-V408
TS-10 MECHANISM
Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL of VHS MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MANUAL VII for MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENTS. (9-921-790-11)
SPECIFICATIONS
System
Colour system
ED333ME/ED333SG/ED939ME/ED939SG/
GA58ME/GA58SG:
PAL, MESECAM, NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43
EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ:
PAL, NTSC 4.43
EZ737AZ:
PAL, NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43
TV system
ED333ME/ED333SG/ED939ME/ED939SG:
B/G, D/K, I
EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
B/G, B/B
GA58ME/GA58SG:
G, K, I
Channel coverage
B/G: VHF E2 to E12/UHF E21 to E69/
CATV S01 to S05, S1 to S41
D/K: VHF R1 to R12/UHF R21 to R69
I:
VHF SA4 to SA13/UHF B21 to B69/
CATV S01 to S05, S1 to S41
B/B: VHF R1 to R12/UHF R21 to R69
RF output signal
UHF channels:21 to 69 (B/G, D/K, I)
28 to 69 (B/B)
Aerial out
75-ohm asymmetrical aerial socket
Tape speed
ED333ME/ED333SGED939ME/ED939SG/
EZ737AZ:
LP: PAL 23.39 mm/s (recording/playback)
NTSC 33.35 mm/s
(recording (Line input only)/playback)
LP: PAL 11.70 mm/s (recording/playback)
NTSC 16.67 mm/s (playback only)
EP: NTSC 11.12 mm/s
(recording (Line input only)/playback)
EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ:
LP: PAL 23.39 mm/s (recording/playback)
NTSC 33.35 mm/s (playback only)
LP: PAL 11.70 mm/s (recording/playback)
NTSC 16.67 mm/s (playback only)
EP: NTSC 11.12 mm/s (playback only)
GA58ME/GA58SG:
LP: PAL 23.39 mm/s
NTSC 33.35 mm/s
LP: PAL 11.70 mm/s
NTSC 16.67 mm/s (playback only)
EP: NTSC 11.12 mm/s
Maximum recording/playback time
10 hrs. in LP mode (with E300 tape)
Rewind time
Approx. 1 min.(with E180 tape)
Inputs and outputs
ED333ME/ED333SG/EZ131AZ/GA58ME/GA58SG:
LINE IN
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO IN, phono jack (1)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
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VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
LINE OUT
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO OUT, phono jack (1)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
ED939ME/ED939SG/EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ/
EZ737AZ:
LINE IN 1/LINE-2 IN
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO IN, phono jack (2)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
LINE OUT
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms,
unbalanced, sync negative
AUDIO OUT, phono jack (2)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
General
Power requirements
ED333ME/ED333SG/ED939ME/ED939SG/
GA58ME/GA58SG:
110 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
220 – 240 V AC, 50 Hz
Power consumption
GA58ME/GA58SG:
10 W
ED333ME/ED333SG/EZ131AZ:
15 W
1.2 W (POWER SAVE is set to ON, minimum)
ED939ME/ED939SG/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
17 W
1.3 W (POWER SAVE is set to ON, minimum)
Operating temperature
5 °C to 40 °C
Storage temperature
–20 °C to 60 °C
Dimensions including projecting parts and controls
(w/h/d)
GA58ME/GA58SG:
Approx. 360 × 95 × 245 mm
ED333ME/ED333SG/EZ131AZ:
Approx. 360 × 95 × 253 mm
ED939ME/ED939SG/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
Approx. 430 × 96 × 253 mm
Mass
ED333ME/ED333SG/GA58ME/GA58SG/
EZ131AZ:
Approx. 2.8 kg
ED939ME/ED939SG/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
Approx. 3.1 kg
Supplied accessories
Remote commander (1)
R6 (size AA) batteries (2)
ED333ME/ED333SG/ED939ME/ED939SG/
EZ131AZ/EZ735AZ/EZ737AZ:
Aerial cable (1)
GA58ME/GA58SG:
75-ohm coaxial cable with F-type connector (1)
ED333/ME/ED939ME/GA58ME:
Plug adaptor (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered
connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes
and bridges.
4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs
of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend
their replacement.
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are
“pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors.
5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.
3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors,
that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to
the customer and recommend their replacement.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED
LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE
OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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Important Service Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
3. P.C.Boards
◆ Mode Switch (Program Switch) Assembly Point ························· 4
◆ How to eject the cassette tape
(If the unit does not operate on condition that tape is inserted
into housing ass’y) ································································· 4
1.
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
Main PCB ···········································································
Function PCB (Hi-Fi model) ··············································
Dial Timer PCB (Hi-Fi model) ···········································
Dial Timer PCB (ED333/EZ131) ·······································
Display PCB (GA58) ··························································
4.
Schematic Diagrams
3-3
3-7
3-7
3-9
3-9
General
Getting Started
Index to parts and controls ················································· 1-1
Step 1 : Unpacking ····························································· 1-2
Step 2 : Setting up the remote commander ························· 1-2
Step 3 : Connecting the VCR ············································· 1-3
Step 4 : Setting up the VCR with the Auto
Set Up function ····················································· 1-3
Step 5 : Setting the clock ···················································· 1-4
Step 6 : Selecting the TV system ········································ 1-5
Selecting a language ·············································· 1-5
Presetting channels ················································ 1-5
Changing/disabling programme positions ············· 1-6
Basic Operations
Playing a tape ····································································· 1-7
Recording TV programmes ················································ 1-8
Recording TV programmes using the Easy Timer ············· 1-9
Recording TV programmes using the timer ····················· 1-10
Additional Operations
Playing/searching at various speeds ································· 1-11
Setting the recording duration time ·································· 1-11
Checking/changing/cancelling timer settings ··················· 1-11
Recording stereo and bilingual programmes ···················· 1-12
Searching using the index function ·································· 1-13
Adjusting the picture ························································ 1-13
Reducing the VCR’s power consumption ························ 1-13
Changing menu options ···················································· 1-13
Editing
Connecting to a VCR or stereo system ····························· 1-14
Basic editing ····································································· 1-14
Additional Information
Troubleshooting ································································ 1-15
Index ················································································· 1-16
2.
Disassembly
2-1
2-1-1
2-1-2
2-1-3
2-1-4
2-2
2-2-1
2-2-2
2-2-3
2-2-4
2-2-5
Mono Models
Cabinet Top ········································································
Cover Bottom ·····································································
Ass’y-Panel Front ·······························································
Ass’y Main PCB, Deck ······················································
Hi-Fi Models
Cabinet Top ········································································
Cover Bottom ·····································································
Ass’y-Panel Front ·······························································
Ass’y Jack PCB ··································································
Ass’y Main PCB, Deck ······················································
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB ············································ 4-3
4-1 S.M.P.S. ·············································································· 4-5
4-2 Power ·················································································· 4-7
4-3 System Control/Servo ························································· 4-9
4-4 Audio/Video ····································································· 4-11
4-5 Hi-Fi (Hi-Fi model) ·························································· 4-13
4-6 TM-Block ········································································· 4-15
4-7 OSD/VPS/PDC ································································· 4-17
4-8 A2/NICAM (Hi-Fi model) ··············································· 4-19
4-9 Input-Output ····································································· 4-21
4-10 Function (Hi-Fi model) ···················································· 4-23
4-11 LED Signal Display (GA58) ············································ 4-25
5.
Alignment and Adjustment
5-1 Reference ············································································
5-1-1 Location of adjustment button of remote control ···············
5-1-2 Test point location for adjustment mode setting
(Mono model) ·····································································
5-1-3 SW7T01 (TEST) location for adjustment mode setting
(Hi-Fi model) ······································································
5-2 Mechanical Adjustment ······················································
5-2-1 The number and position of test point ································
5-2-2 ACE Head Position (X-Point) Adjustment ·························
5-3 Head Switching Point Adjustment ·····································
5-4 NVRAM Option Setting ·····················································
6.
Repair Parts List
6-1
6-1-1
6-1-2
6-1-3
6-1-4
6-2
Exploded Views ··································································
Instrument Assembly (Mono Models) ································
Instrument Assembly (Hi-Fi Models) ·································
Mechanical Parts (Top Side) ··············································
Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side) ·········································
Electrical Parts List ····························································
2-1
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-4
2-5
2-5
2-6
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
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5-1
5-1
5-2
5-3
5-4
5-4
5-4
5-5
5-5
6-2
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
IMPORTANT SERVICE GUIDE
◆ MODE SWITCH (PROGRAM SWITCH) ASSEMBLY POINT
1) When installing the ass’y deck on the Main PCB, be sure to align the assembly point of mode switch.
ASSEMBLY POINT
(ALIGN TWO ARROWS)
Fig. 1
◆ HOW TO EJECT THE CASSETTE TAPE
(If the unit does not operate on condition that tape is inserted into housing ass’y)
1) Turn the Gear Worm 1 clockwise in the direction of arrow with screw driver. (See Fig. 2)
(Other method ; Remove the screw of Motor Load Ass’y, Separate the Motor Load Ass’y)
2) When Slider S, T are approached in the position of unloading, rotate holder Clutch counterclockwise after inserting screw driver in the
hole of frame’s bottom in order to wind the unwiunded tape. (Refer to Fig. 3)
(If you rotate Gear Worm 1 continuously when tape is in state of unwinding, you may cause a tape contamination by grease and
tape damage. Be sure to wind the unwiunded tape in the state of set horizontally.)
3) Rotate Gear Worm 1 clockwise using screw driver again up to the state of eject mode and then pick out the tape. (Refer to Fig. 2)
1 GEAR WORM
FRAME
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
1. GENERAL
This section is extracted from SLV-ED333ME/ED333SG/
ED939ME/ED939SG instruction manual. (3-082-203-11)
Getting Started
For SLV-ED333ME/SG
Getting Started
Index to parts and controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
Front panel
For SLV-ED939ME/SG
1 ?/1 ON/STANDBY switch
2 A EJECT button (30)
1 ?/1 ON/STANDBY switch
q; X PAUSE button (30) (41) (59)
2 Remote sensor (11)
qa PROGRAM/TRACKING +/—
buttons* (37) (53)
3 Tape compartment
4 A EJECT button (30)
qs EASY TIMER (36)
5 m REW (rewind) button (30) (45)
qd LINE-2 IN VIDEO/AUDIO L/R
(left/right) jacks (57)
6 H PLAY button* (30) (45)
7 M FF (fast-forward) button (30)
(45)
8 z REC (record) button (33) (46)
(57)
9 x STOP button (17) (30) (59)
3 Remote sensor (11)
4 Tape compartment
q; X PAUSE button (30) (41) (59)
5 m REW (rewind) button (30) (45)
qa EASY TIMER (36)
6 H PLAY button (30) (45)
qs PROGRAM/TRACKING +/—
buttons* (37) (53)
7 M FF (fast-forward) button (30)
(45)
* The PROGRAM/TRACKING + button
has a tactile dot.
* The H PLAY, x STOP and PROGRAM/
TRACKING + buttons have a tactile dot.
8 z REC (record) button (33) (46)
(59)
9 x STOP button* (17) (30) (59)
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Index to parts and controls (continued)
Rear panel
2
Getting Started
For SLV-ED939ME/SG
Display window
1
3
4
5
5
6
7
1
2
5
4
3
8
For SLV-ED333ME/SG
qa
0
9
1 2
1 Tape indicator
8 Timer indicator (39) (43)
2 START indicator (37)
9 Recording indicator (33)
3 STOP indicator (37)
0 Time counter/clock/line/programme
position indicator (31) (32) (58)
4 MONTH indicator (40)
5 YEAR indicator (40)
6 NICAM indicator* (50)
7 STEREO indicator* (49)
3
qa Tape speed indicators (32) (38)
5 4
* SLV-ED939ME/SG only
1
(in from antenna) connector (13)
2 LINE IN 1 AUDIO R/L/VIDEO
(audio right/audio left/video) jacks*1
(58)
LINE IN 1 AUDIO/VIDEO jacks*2
(57)
3 Mains lead (13)
4 LINE OUT AUDIO R/L/VIDEO
(audio right/audio left/video) jacks*1
LINE OUT AUDIO/VIDEO jacks*2
(14)
5
(out to tv) connector (13)
*1 SLV-ED939ME/SG only
*2 SLV-ED333ME/SG only
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qs ?/1 (on/standby) switch (43)
Index to parts and controls (continued)
qf AUDIO MONITOR button*1*2 (51)
2 INPUT SELECT button (32) (42)
(59)
qg DISPLAY button (31) (33)
3 TV/VIDEO button (for TV)
qh PROG (programme) +/— buttons*1
(34)
4 CLEAR button (31) (47)
qj y SLOW button (45)
5 Programme number buttons*
6 -/-- (ten s digit) button
1
2
3
qk ×2 button (45)
7 VOL (volume) +/— buttons
4
5
6
ql ./> INDEX SEARCH
buttons (52)
7
8
9
1
2
3
8 z REC (record) button (33) (46)
4
5
6
7
8
9
9 REC SPEED (recording speed)
button (32)
0
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qd ¥TV/VIDEO remote control switch
(11)
1 Z EJECT button (30)
Remote commander
*1 The H PLAY, AUDIO MONITOR,
number 5 and PROG + buttons have a
tactile dot.
*2 SLV-ED939ME/SG only
0
q; MENU button (21) (47)
qa X PAUSE/M button (21) (30)
x STOP/m button (21) (30)
m REW (rewind)/< button (21)
(30) (45)
M FF (fast-forward)/, button
(21) (30) (45)
H PLAY/OK button* (21) (30)
(45)
* The H PLAY, AUDIO MONITOR,
number 5 and PROG + buttons have a
tactile dot.
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Step 2 : Setting up the remote
commander
Check that you have received the following items with the VCR:
Getting Started
Step 1 : Unpacking
¥ Remote commander
¥ Aerial cable
Inserting the batteries
Insert two R6 (size AA) batteries
by matching the + and — on the
batteries to the diagram inside the
battery compartment.
¥ R6 (size AA) batteries
9
Insert the negative (—) end first,
then push in and down until the
positive (+) end clicks into
position.
¥ Plug adaptor (SLV-ED939ME and
ED333ME only)
Using the
remote commander
Remote sensor
You can use this remote
commander to operate this VCR
and a Sony TV. Buttons on the
remote commander marked with
a dot (¥) can be used to operate
your Sony TV. If the TV does
not have the symbol near the
remote sensor, this remote
¥TV/VIDEO
commander will not operate the
TV.
Check your model name
The instructions in this manual are for the 4 models: SLV-ED939ME/SG and
ED333ME/SG. Check your model name by looking at the rear panel of your
VCR. SLV-ED939ME is the model used for illustration purposes. Any
difference in operation is clearly indicated in the text, for example,
SLV-ED939ME only.
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
7
0
To operate
Set ¥TV/VIDEO to
the VCR
VIDEO and point at the remote sensor at the VCR
a Sony TV
¥TV and point at the remote sensor at the TV
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Step 2 : Setting up the remote commander (continued)
Connect the aerial to your VCR and TV as shown below to watch TV
programmes and VCR pictures on your TV. In addition, if your TV has
audio/video (A/V) input jacks, we recommend you connect the VCR to your
TV using an audio/video cable to get a better picture and sound.
Getting Started
Step 3 : Connecting the VCR
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 together with an old one.
¥ Do not use different types of batteries together.
¥ Some buttons may not work with certain Sony TVs.
Connecting the aerial
Mains lead
AERIAL IN
to mains
Aerial cable (supplied)
: Signal flow
1
Disconnect the aerial cable from your
TV and connect it to on the rear
panel of the VCR.
2
Connect of the VCR and the aerial
input of your TV using the supplied
aerial cable.
3
Connect the mains lead to the mains.
Note
¥ When you connect the VCR and your TV only with an aerial cable, you have to
tune your TV to the VCR (see page 15).
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Step 3 : Connecting the VCR (continued)
To a TV that has audio/
video input jacks
This additional connection
improves picture and sound
quality. Connect the TV as
shown on the left.
For SLV-ED939ME/SG
Before using the VCR for the first time, set up the VCR using the Auto Set Up
function. With this function, you can set the language for the on-screen display and
TV channels automatically.
LINE OUT
LINE IN
1
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
Tune the TV to channel 32 (the initial RF channel for this VCR).
Refer to your TV manual for TV tuning instructions. If the picture
does not appear clearly, see To change the RF channel on
page 17.
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
For SLV-ED333ME/SG
2
LINE OUT
Connect the mains lead to the mains.
PLAY
LINE IN
OK
The VCR automatically turns on.
The LANGUAGE SET menu
appears on the TV screen.
Press </, to select the desired
language, ENGLISH or ARABIC,
then press OK.
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
To a stereo system
(SLV-ED939ME/SG
only)
You can improve sound
quality by connecting a
stereo system to the LINE
OUT AUDIO R/L jacks as
shown on the left.
Getting Started
Step 4 : Setting up the VCR with
the Auto Set Up function
Additional connections
The message for the Auto Set Up
function appears.
LINE OUT
AUDIO R/L
ENGLISH
SELECT
SET
:
: OK
ARABIC
EXIT
: MENU
LINE IN
Audio cable (not supplied)
Note
¥ To play a tape in stereo, you must connect your VCR either to a TV with audio/
video input jacks or to a stereo system as shown on above left.
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To cancel the Auto Set Up function
Press MENU.
3
To change the RF channel
If the picture does not appear clearly on the TV, change the RF channel on
the VCR and TV. Select INSTALLATION from the menu, then press M/m
to highlight VCR OUTPUT CH and press ,. Select the RF channel by
pressing the M/m buttons. Then, tune the TV to the new RF channel so that
a clear picture appears.
Press OK.
The SYSTEM SELECT menu appears.
PLAY
OK
SYSTEM SELECT
SYSTEM — B/G
SYSTEM — D/K
SYSTEM — I
SELECT
SET
4
Press M/m/</, to select the
appropriate TV system, then press
OK.
PLAY
:
: OK
Tip
¥ If you want to change the language for the on-screen display from the one preset
in the Auto Set Up function, see page 21.
EXIT
: MENU
Notes
¥ Whenever you operate the Auto Set Up function, some of the settings (timer, etc.)
will be reset. If this happens, you have to set them again.
¥ Auto preset starts automatically only when you plug in the mains lead for the first
time after you purchase the VCR.
¥ After using the Auto Set Up function, the LANGUAGE SET menu does not
appear automatically when you connect the mains lead again. If you want to use
the Auto Set Up function again, press MENU, then press M/m/</, to highlight
INSTALLATION and press OK. Press M/m to highlight AUTO SET UP, then
repeat all procedures from step 3.
¥ Auto preset can be performed by pressing x STOP on the VCR continuously for
5 seconds or more with no tape inserted.
AUTO SET UP
OK
PLEASE WAIT
The VCR starts searching for all of
the receivable channels and presets
them (in the appropriate order for
your local area).
Getting Started
Step 4 : Setting up the VCR with the Auto Set Up function (continued)
40%
EXIT
: MENU
If you want to change the order of
the channels or disable unwanted
programme positions, see
Changing/disabling programme
positions on page 25.
After the search is complete, the clock setting menu appears. See
Setting the clock on page 18.
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PLAY
OK
You must set the time and date on the VCR to use the timer features properly.
The day of the week is set
automatically.
Before you start
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight CLOCK SET and
press OK.
5
12 :00
1 / JAN / 2 0 0 3
WED
OK
SELECT
END
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
MENU
18 :30
SELECT
END
2 8 / SEP / 2 0 0 3
SUN
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
Press MENU to exit the menu.
Tip
¥ To change the digits while setting, press < to return to the item to be changed,
and select the digits by pressing M/m.
PLAY
2
Set the day, month, and year in
sequence by pressing , to select
the item to be set, and press M/m to
select the digits, then press ,.
Getting Started
4
Step 5 : Setting the clock
1
17
:
: MENU
Press M/m to set the hour.
PLAY
OK
18 :00
SELECT
END
3
PLAY
OK
:
: OK
1 / JAN / 2 0 0 3
WED
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
Press , to select the minutes and
set the minutes by pressing M/m.
18 :30
SELECT
END
:
: OK
1 / J AN / 2 0 0 3
WED
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
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Selecting a language
You must select the appropriate TV system for your area.
You can change the on-screen display language from the one you selected with the
Auto Set Up function.
Before you start
Before you start
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight INSTALLATION
and press OK.
Getting Started
Step 6 : Selecting the TV system
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
MENU
:G
:32
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight LANGUAGE SET
and press OK.
ENGLISH
ARABIC
PLAY
OK
PLAY
SELECT
END
2
PLAY
OK
SELECT
SET
2
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
SELECT
END
PLAY
EXIT
OK
:
: MENU
MENU
Select
For
G
the B/G TV system
K
the D/K TV system
I
the I TV system
Press MENU to exit the menu.
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PLAY
If some channels could not be preset using the Auto Set Up function, you can preset
them manually.
Press </, repeatedly until the
channel you want is displayed.
Select the appropriate TV system, if
necessary.
Before you start
SELECT
END
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
5
PLAY
Press M/m to highlight NAME,
then press ,.
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
6
OK
SELECT
END
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
OK
PLAY
Press M/m to highlight MANUAL
SET UP, then press ,.
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
OK
CH
027
029
030
032
PLAY
OK
Press M/m to highlight the row
which you want to preset, then
press ,.
To display other pages for
programme positions 6 to 80, press
M/m repeatedly.
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
SELECT
END
SET
EXIT
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: ————
SET
EXIT
:
: OK
:
: MENU
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
SELECT
END
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: O— — —
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
You can set up to 4 characters for the station name.
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: ———
:
—
: ————
:
: OK
1 Press M/m to select a character.
Each time you press M, the
character changes as shown
below.
AtBt
tZt0t1
t t9tA
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
MANUAL TUNING
2 Press , to set the next character.
The next space flashes.
To correct a character, press </, until the character you want
to correct flashes, then reset it.
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
DELETE
3
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
:
: MENU
Enter the station name.
PLAY
2
SET
EXIT
:
: OK
SELECT
END
:G
:32
PLAY
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: ————
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
OK
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight INSTALLATION
and press OK.
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
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OK
MENU
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Presetting channels
1
: MENU
Press </, to highlight the desired language, ENGLISH or
ARABIC, then press OK.
OK
:G
:32
SET
EXIT
:
: OK
:
: OK
Press , to select the appropriate TV system.
PLAY
4
:
: MENU
Press M/m to highlight TV
SYSTEM, then press ,.
OK
3
SET
EXIT
:
: OK
7
Press OK to confirm the station name.
PLAY
OK
:
: MENU
8
MENU
Press MENU to exit the menu.
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Presetting channels (continued)
After setting the channels, you can change the programme positions as you like. If
any programme positions are unused or contain unwanted channels, you can disable
them.
Notes
¥ If the TV sound is distored or noisy, select the appropriate TV system ( G , K
or I ) for your area (see page 20).
¥ When adjusting MFT, the menu may become difficult to read due to interference
from the picture being received.
Getting Started
Changing/disabling programme
positions
If the picture is not clear
If the picture is not clear, you may use the Manual Fine Tuning (MFT)
function. After step 4, press M/m to select MFT. Press </, to get a clear
picture, then press MENU to exit the menu.
You can also change the station names. If the station names are not displayed, you
can enter them manually.
Changing programme positions
Before you start
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight INSTALLATION
and press OK.
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
:G
:32
PLAY
OK
SELECT
END
2
PLAY
Press M/m to highlight MANUAL
SET UP, then press ,.
CH
027
029
030
032
DELETE
3
PLAY
OK
Press M/m to highlight the row
containing the programme position
you want to change.
To display other pages for
programme positions 6 to 80, press
M/m repeatedly.
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
OK
:
: OK
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
CH
027
029
030
032
DELETE
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
SWAPPING : OK
EXIT : MENU
: CLEAR
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Changing/disabling programme positions (continued)
PLAY
Press OK, then press M/m to move
to the desired programme position.
CH
027
NAME
AAB—
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
030
032
029
CDE —
I J K—
L MN —
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
CH
027
029
030
032
DELETE
3
SWAPPING : OK
EXIT : MENU
PLAY
5
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
OK
Press M/m to highlight MANUAL
SET UP, then press ,.
OK
OK
Press OK to confirm the setting.
PLAY
OK
Press M/m to highlight the row
which you want to disable.
To display other pages for
programme positions 6 to 80, press
M/m repeatedly.
7
4
To change the programme position of another station, repeat steps 3
through 5.
MENU
CLEAR
CH
027
029
030
032
PR
1
2
3
4
5
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
CH
027
NAME
AAB—
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
030
032
CDE —
I J K—
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
DELETE
5
6
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
TV STATION TABLE
Press MENU to exit the menu.
After presetting channels, you can disable unused programme positions. The
disabled positions will be skipped later when you press the PROG +/— buttons.
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
Press CLEAR.
The selected row will be cleared as
shown on the left.
Disabling unwanted programme positions
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
DELETE
6
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
Getting Started
2
PLAY
4
25
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for any other programme positions you want
to disable.
MENU
Press MENU to exit the menu.
Before you start
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight INSTALLATION,
and press OK.
Note
¥ Be sure to select the programme position you want to disable correctly. If you
disable a programme position by mistake, you need to reset that channel manually.
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
:G
:32
PLAY
OK
SELECT
END
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
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Changing/disabling programme positions (continued)
Enter the station name.
PLAY
OK
You can change or enter the station names (up to 4 characters).
Before you start
AtBt
tZt0t1
t t9tA
¥ Turn on the VCR and the TV.
¥ Set the TV to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight INSTALLATION
and press OK.
2
PLAY
Press M/m to highlight MANUAL
SET UP, then press ,.
:
: OK
:G
:32
6
PLAY
OK
Press M/m to highlight the row
which you want to change or enter
the station name, then press ,.
To display other pages for
programme positions 6 to 80, press
M/m repeatedly.
4
PLAY
SET
EXIT
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
CH
027
029
030
032
NAME
AAB—
L MN —
CDE —
I J K—
Press OK to confirm the new name.
PLAY
:
: MENU
OK
TV STATION TABLE
PR
1
2
3
4
5
7
SYSTEM
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
B/G/D/K
MENU
Press MENU to exit the menu.
SWAPPING : OK
: CLEAR
EXIT : MENU
DELETE
3
SELECT
END
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: O— — —
You can set up to 4 characters for the station name.
AUTO SET UP
MANUAL SET UP
TV SYSTEM
VCR OUTPUT CH
SELECT
END
OK
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
2 Press , to set the next character.
The next space flashes.
To correct a character, press </, until the character you want
to correct flashes, then reset it.
PLAY
OK
1 Press M/m to select a character.
Each time you press M, the
character changes as shown
below.
Getting Started
5
Changing the station names
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
SELECT
END
Press M/m to highlight NAME,
then press ,.
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: ————
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
MANUAL TUNING
SYSTEM
PR
CH
MFT
NAME
OK
SELECT
END
: B/G/D/K
:
5
: 033
:
—
: ————
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
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Basic Operations
To use the time counter
Press CLEAR at the point on the tape that you want to find later. The
counter in the display window resets to 0:00:00. Search for the point
afterwards by referring to the counter.
Playing a tape
Before you start...
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
2
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
Hour Minute Second
Insert a tape.
To display the counter on the TV screen, press DISPLAY.
3
Notes
¥ When you play back a tape recorded in the PAL or MESECAM colour system,
streaks may appear even if the colour system setting is set to AUTO. If so, set
COLOUR SYSTEM to PAL or MESECAM in the USER SET menu (see
page 55).
¥ The counter resets to 0:00:00 whenever a tape is reinserted.
¥ The counter stops counting when it comes to a portion with no recording.
¥ If a tape has portions recorded in both PAL and NTSC systems, the time counter
reading will not be correct. This discrepancy is due to the difference between the
counting cycles of the two colour systems.
¥ Depending on your TV, the following may occur while playing an NTSC-recorded
tape:
— The picture becomes black and white.
— The picture shakes.
— No picture appears on the TV screen.
— Black streaks appear horizontally on the TV screen.
— The colour density increases or decreases.
¥ Tapes recorded in the LP mode of other NTSC system VCRs can be played back
on this VCR, but the picture quality cannot be guaranteed.
¥ While setting the menu on the TV screen, buttons for playback on the remote
commander do not function.
Press H PLAY.
PLAY
When the tape reaches the end, it will rewind automatically.
OK
Additional tasks
To
Press
Stop play
x STOP
Pause play
X PAUSE
Resume play after pause
X PAUSE or H PLAY
Fast-forward the tape
M FF during stop
Rewind the tape
m REW during stop
Eject the tape
Z EJECT
Basic Operations
The VCR turns on and starts playing
automatically if you insert a tape with
its safety tab removed.
To set the colour system
If the playback picture has no colour, or streaks appear during playback, set
COLOUR SYSTEM in the USER SET menu to conform to the system that
the tape was recorded in (see page 55). (Normally set the option to AUTO.)
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Recording TV programmes
REC
Press z REC to start recording.
The recording indicator lights up red in the display
window.
Before you start...
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
Recording indicator
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place.
¥ To record a normal channel, press PROG +/— until the
programme position number you want appears in the display
window.
• PROG
To stop recording
Press x STOP.
INPUT
SELECT
To check the remaining time
Press DISPLAY. Each time you press DISPLAY, the display changes as
shown below.
Basic Operations
1
2
3
Sound system, TV system, colour system, programme position, tape speed
and time counter t Remaining time t Current date and time, and time
counter
¥ To record from other equipment connected to one or more of the
LINE inputs, press INPUT SELECT to display the connected line
in the display window.
Sound system, TV system and colour system
STEREO
PAL
AUTO
PR 1
Programme position
Tape speed
4
REC SPEED
Press REC SPEED to select the tape speed (SP or LP for the PAL
colour system, and SP or EP for the NTSC colour system).
2 1 / J UN 1 2 : 0 0
SP
2 : 38 : 56
Time counter
Current date and time
LP (Long Play) provides recording time twice as long as SP
(Standard Play). EP (Extended Play) provides recording time three
times as long as SP. However, SP produces better picture and audio
quality.
REMAIN
9 : 00
Remaining time
In order to get an accurate remaining time indication, be sure TAPE
SELECT in the USER SET menu is set according to the tape type you use
(see page 55).
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Notes
¥ The DISPLAY information does not appear during still (pause) mode or slowmotion playback.
¥ If a tape has portions recorded in both PAL and NTSC systems, the time counter
reading will not be correct. This discrepancy is due to the difference between the
counting cycles of the two video systems.
¥ When you insert a non-standard commercially available tape, the remaining time
may not be correct.
¥ The remaining time is intended for rough measurement only.
¥ About 30 seconds after the tape begins playback, the tape remaining time will be
displayed.
Recording TV programmes (continued)
To watch another TV programme while recording
1
2
If the TV is connected to the VCR using an audio/video cable, set the
TV to TV input. If the TV is connected to the VCR using only the
aerial cable, skip this step.
Select another programme position on the TV.
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Basic Operations
To save a recording
To prevent accidental erasure, break off the
safety tab as illustrated. To record on the same
tape again, cover the tab hole with adhesive
tape.
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Safety tab
To record NTSC colour system programmes
NTSC colour signals can be recorded on this VCR from the LINE IN 1 and
LINE-2 IN* jacks.
To select the line input, press INPUT SELECT to display the connected line
in the display window.
For tape speed, select SP or EP in step 4.
EP (Extended Play) provides recording time three times as long as SP.
However, SP produces better picture and sound quality.
When playing a tape, the VCR automatically detects the tape speed.
Tips
¥ To select a programme position, you can use the programme number buttons on
the remote commander. For two-digit numbers, for example, press 2 and 3 to
select Pr 23.
¥ If you connect additional equipment to the LINE IN 1 or LINE-2 IN* jacks, you
can select the input signal using the INPUT SELECT or PROG +/— buttons.
¥ The DISPLAY information appears on the TV screen indicating information about
the tape, but the information will not be recorded on the tape.
¥ If you do not want to watch TV while recording, you can turn off the TV.
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Recording TV programmes using the
Easy Timer
EASY TIMER
Press EASY TIMER.
START indicator and the current time appear in the display
window.
4
EASY TIMER
Turn EASY TIMER to set the recording start time.
You can set the recording start time in 15 minute intervals or adjust
the time in one minute intervals by pressing the PROGRAM +/—
buttons.
Before you start...
PROGRAM
¥ Insert a tape with its safety tab in place. Make sure the tape is longer than the total
recording time.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
1
EASY TIMER
Basic Operations
The Easy Timer function allows you to
?/1 ON/STANDBY PROGRAM +/— x STOP
make timer recordings of programmes
without turning on your TV. Set the
recording timer to record up to eight
programmes, including settings made with
other timer methods, that will be broadcast
within the next month. The recording start
EASY TIMER X PAUSE
time and recording stop time can be set at
one minute intervals.
Press EASY TIMER.
5
DATE and TODAY appear alternately in the display window.
EASY TIMER
If the date and time are not set, DAY will appear. See step 2 in
the following section, To set the clock to set the date and time.
Press EASY TIMER.
STOP indicator and the recording stop time appear in the display
window.
n
2
EASY TIMER
6
Turn EASY TIMER to set the recording date.
EASY TIMER
Turn EASY TIMER to set the recording stop time.
You can set the recording stop time in 15 minute intervals or adjust
the time in one minute intervals by pressing the PROGRAM +/—
buttons.
PROGRAM
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11
EASY TIMER
Press EASY TIMER.
The indicator appears in the display window and the VCR stands
by for recording.
To record from other equipment, leave the connected equipment
switched on.
EASY TIMER
Turn EASY TIMER to set the programme position.
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
To use the VCR after setting the timer
To use the VCR before a recording begins, just press ?/1 . The indicator
turns off and the VCR switches on. Remember to press ?/1 to reset the
VCR to recording standby after using the VCR.
To record from other equipment connected to one or more of the
LINE inputs, turn EASY TIMER or press INPUT SELECT to
display the connected line in the display window.
10
EASY TIMER
EASY TIMER
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To return to the previous step
To return to the previous step, press the PROGRAM + and — buttons on the
VCR at the same time during any of the Easy Timer settings.
INPUT
SELECT
9
Press EASY TIMER to complete the setting.
OK appears in the display window for about five seconds.
EASY TIMER
The programme position or LINE input appears in the display
window.
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You can also do the following tasks while the VCR is recording:
The current tape speed mode appears in the display window.
¥
¥
¥
¥
Turn EASY TIMER to set the tape speed, SP, LP or AUTO.
To use the Auto Tape Speed function
In step 10 above, turn EASY TIMER to select AUTO. When you are
recording a programme in the SP mode and the remaining tape length
becomes shorter than the recording time, the recording tape speed is
automatically changed to the LP mode (or EP mode when you are recording
NTSC signals). Note that some noise will appear on the picture when the
tape speed is changed. To operate this function correctly, the TAPE
SELECT setting in the USER SET menu must be accurate (see page 55).
Press EASY TIMER.
Reset the counter (page 31).
Display tape information on the TV screen (page 33).
Check the timer settings (page 47).
Watch another TV programme (page 34).
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Recording TV programmes using the Easy Timer (continued)
About the Demonstration Mode
The Easy Timer function has a Demonstration Mode that allows the user, such as a
salesperson, to enter more than eight examples of timer settings when demonstrating
the use of the Easy Timer. It cancels the FULL notice which appears if eight
programmes have already been set. Do not use the Demonstration Mode for making
timer recordings. Doing so may cause the settings to be inaccurate.
To set the clock
1
2
3
Hold down EASY TIMER so that DAY appears in the display
window. However, if the clock has already been set, the current setting
appears.
To activate the Demonstration Mode
Press X PAUSE on the VCR while turning the EASY TIMER. DEMO
appears in the display window for a few seconds.
Turn EASY TIMER to set the day.
Press EASY TIMER.
5
6
To cancel the Demonstration Mode
Turn the power off and unplug the mains lead. Although the Demonstration
Mode is cancelled, the timer settings entered while using the Demonstration
Mode will remain. Be sure to manually cancel the timer settings before you
use the Easy Timer or any other timer method after reconnecting the mains
lead (see page 47).
Turn and press EASY TIMER to set the month, and then the year.
After you set the year, CLOCK appears in the display window.
Turn and press EASY TIMER to set the hour and minute.
When you have finished setting the time, press EASY TIMER to start
the clock.
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MONTH indicator and 1 appear in the display window.
4
Tips
¥ To cancel a Easy Timer setting, press x STOP on the VCR while you are making
the setting.
¥ To check, change, or cancel the programme setting, see Checking/changing/
cancelling timer settings on page 47.
¥ To record NTSC signals in EP mode, set the tape speed to LP. Even when timer
recording is set to LP mode, NTSC signals are automatically recorded in EP
mode.
Notes
¥ If eight programmes have already been set using the TIMER PROGRAMMING
menu, FULL appears in the display window for about five seconds.
¥ The indicator flashes in the display window when you complete the setting in
step 11 with no tape inserted.
¥ When the time is set incorrectly, ERROR appears in the display window in step
11. Set the timer again from step 1.
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Recording TV programmes using the
timer
Press ?/1 to turn off the VCR.
The indicator appears in the display window and the VCR stands
by for recording.
To record from other equipment, leave the connected equipment
switched on.
You can preset a total of eight programmes, including settings made with other timer
methods.
Before you start
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
MENU
Press MENU, then press M/m/</
, to highlight TIMER
PROGRAMMING and press OK.
PLAY
PR
——
——
——
——
——
——
DAY
———
———
———
———
———
———
—
—
—
—
—
—
START
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
Daily/weekly recording
In step 2 above, press m to select the recording pattern. Each time you press
m, the indication changes as shown below. Press M to change the indication
in reverse order.
STOP
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—
—
—
—
—
—
today t DLY (Monday to Sunday) t W-SA (every Saturday) .....
t W-SU (every Sunday) t 1 month later t (dates count down)
t today
—
—
—
—
—
—
To use the VCR after setting the timer
To use the VCR before a recording begins, just press ?/1. The indicator
turns off and the VCR switches on. Remember to press ?/1 to reset the
VCR to recording standby after using the VCR.
OK
2
PLAY
OK
INPUT
SELECT
Set the date, start and stop times
and tape speed:
1 Press , to select each item in
turn.
2 Press M/m to set each item.
To correct a setting, press < to
return to that setting and reset.
SELECT
END
:
: OK
PR
35
——
——
——
——
——
—
—
—
—
—
—
DAY
———
———
———
———
———
———
SELECT
END
START
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
:
: OK
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
STOP
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
SET
EXIT
You can also do the following tasks while the VCR is recording:
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
¥
¥
¥
¥
:
: MENU
MENU
Reset the counter (page 31).
Display tape information on the TV screen (page 33).
Check the timer settings (page 47).
Watch another TV programme (page 34).
To use the Auto Tape Speed function
In step 2 above, press m to select AUTO. When you are recording a
programme in the SP mode and the remaining tape length becomes shorter
than the recording time, the recording tape speed is automatically changed
to the LP mode (or EP mode when you are recording NTSC signals). Note
that some noise will appear on the picture when the tape speed is changed.
To operate this function correctly, the TAPE SELECT setting in the
USER SET menu must be accurate (see page 55).
¥ To record the same programme every day or the same day every
week, see Daily/weekly recording on page 43.
¥ To record from other equipment connected to one or more of the
LINE inputs, press INPUT SELECT to display the connected line
in the PR position.
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¥ Check that the VCR clock is set to the correct time and date.
¥ Insert a tape with its safety tab in place. Make sure the tape is longer than the total
recording time.
¥ Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
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Press MENU to exit the menu.
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Recording TV programmes using the timer (continued)
Playing/searching at various speeds
Tips
¥ To set the line input video source, you can also use the INPUT SELECT button.
¥ To check, change, or cancel the programme setting, see Checking/changing/
cancelling timer settings on page 47.
¥ To record NTSC signals in EP mode, set the tape speed to LP. Even when timer
recording is set to LP mode, NTSC signals are automatically recorded in EP
mode.
Before you start
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
Note
indicators flash in the display window when you press ?/1 with
¥ The and
no tape inserted.
Operation
View the picture during
fast-forward or rewind
During fast-forward, hold down M FF. During rewind, hold
down m REW.
Play at high speed
¥ During playback, press M FF or m REW on the remote
commander.
Play at twice the
normal speed
During playback, press ×2.
Play in slow motion
During playback, press y SLOW.
Play frame by frame
During pause, press M FF on the remote commander.
¥ During playback, hold down M FF or m REW. When
you release the button, normal playback resumes.
To resume normal playback
Press H PLAY.
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Checking/changing/cancelling timer
settings
After you have started recording in the normal way, you can have the VCR stop
recording automatically after a specified duration.
Before you start
¥ Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel.
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
Before you start
¥ Refer to Index to parts and controls for button locations.
While recording, press z REC.
Press ?/1 to turn on the VCR.
Press MENU, then press M/m/</, to highlight TIMER
PROGRAMMING and press OK.
¥ If you want to change or cancel a
setting, go on to the next step.
¥ If you do not need to change or
cancel the settings, press MENU,
then turn off the VCR to return to
recording standby.
Press z REC repeatedly to set the duration time.
In SP mode
Each press advances the time in increments of 30 minutes.
0:30
1:00
4:00
4:30
3
Normal recording
In LP (EP) mode
Each press advances the time as shown below.
0:30
1:00
4:00
5:00
9:00
Normal
recording
4
The tape counter decreases minute by minute to 0:00, then the VCR
stops recording and turns off automatically.
To extend the duration
Press z REC repeatedly to set a new duration time.
5
Press M/m to select the setting you
want to change or cancel, then press
,.
The PR number on the selected row
flashes.
PR
35
29
30
——
——
——
DAY
SA2
SA2
SA
———
———
———
9
9
6
—
—
—
START
19 :00
21 :00
12 :00
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
SELECT
END
:
: OK
PR
35
29
30
——
——
——
9
9
6
—
—
—
DAY
SA2
SA2
SA
———
———
———
SELECT
END
START
19 :00
21 :00
12 :00
—— :——
—— :——
—— :——
:
: OK
STOP
20 :0
21 :3
13 :3
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
SET
EXIT
SP
—
—
—
—
—
:
: MENU
STOP
20 :0
21 :3
13 :3
—— :—
—— :—
—— :—
SET
EXIT
0
0
0
—
—
—
0
0
0
—
—
—
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2
1
2
indicator appears in the display window.
The
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Setting the recording duration time
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Playback options
SP
—
—
—
—
—
:
: MENU
¥ To change the setting, press </, to select the item you want to
change, then press M/m to reset it.
¥ To cancel the setting, press CLEAR.
Press MENU to exit the menu.
If any settings remain, turn off the VCR to return to recording standby.
To cancel the duration
Press z REC repeatedly until the indicator disappears and the VCR
returns to the normal recording mode.
To stop recording
To stop the VCR while recording, press x STOP.
Note
¥ You cannot display the current tape time in the display window when setting the
recording duration time.
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Checking/changing/cancelling timer settings (continued)
Recording stereo and bilingual
programmes (SLV-ED939ME/SG only)
When the timer settings overlap
The programme that starts first has priority and the second programme starts
recording only after the first programme has finished. If the programmes
start at the same time, the programme listed first in the menu has priority.
In the ZWEITON (German stereo) system
This VCR automatically receives and records stereo and bilingual
programmes based on the ZWEITON system. When a stereo or bilingual
programme is received, the STEREO indicator appears in the display
window.
about 20 seconds
Programme 1
Programme 2
will be cut off
Programme 2
about 20 seconds will be cut off
To listen to
On-screen display
Display window
Main
MAIN
STEREO
Sub
SUB
STEREO
Main and sub
MAIN/SUB
STEREO
Standard sound*
MONO
STEREO
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To select bilingual sound while recording
Press AUDIO MONITOR to select the sound you want.
Programme 1
* Usually the main channel heard from both the left and right in bilingual
programmes
To select stereo programme while recording
To listen to
On-screen display
Stereo
STEREO
STEREO
Left channel
LCH
Display window
STEREO
Right channel
RCH
STEREO
Standard sound*
LCH + RCH
STEREO
* Usually the mixed sound of left and right channels in stereo programmes
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Selecting the sound during Hi-fi playback
Press AUDIO MONITOR to select the sound you want.
In the NICAM system
This VCR receives and records stereo and bilingual programmes based on
the NICAM system (NICAM appears on the TV screen). When a stereo or
bilingual programme is received, the STEREO indicator appears in the
display window.
To record a NICAM programme, NICAM in the USER SET menu should
be set to ON (initial setting). To check the menu setting, see page 55 for
details.
To listen to
On-screen display
Stereo
STEREO
Display window
STEREO
Left channel
LCH
STEREO
Right channel
RCH
STEREO
Mix sound*
MIX
STEREO
Mono sound
MONO
No indicator
* The mixed sound of left and right channels, and the normal mono audio track
To select the sound while recording
How sound is recorded on a video tape
Stereo programmes
Display window
The VCR 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.
Bilingual
To listen to
On-screen display
Stereo
NICAM, STEREO
NICAM, STEREO
Left channel
NICAM, LCH
NICAM, STEREO
Right channel
NICAM, RCH
NICAM, STEREO
Left and right channels*
NICAM, LCH + RCH
NICAM, STEREO
* Usually the mixed sound of left and right channels
Bilingual programmes
To listen to
On-screen display
Display window
Main
NICAM, MAIN
NICAM, STEREO
Sub
NICAM, SUB
NICAM, STEREO
Main and sub
NICAM, MAIN/SUB
NICAM, STEREO
Standard sound*
NICAM, MONO
NICAM, STEREO
Stereo
Usually main sound
Usually mixed
left/right channels
Main (left channel)
Sub (right channel)
Stereo sound
(left/right channels)
Normal
audio track
(monaural)
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Press AUDIO MONITOR to select the sound you want.
Hi-fi audio
track (main
track)
Notes
¥ To listen to playback sounds in stereo, you must use the AUDIO OUT
connections.
¥ When you play a tape recorded in monaural, the sound is heard in monaural
regardless of the AUDIO MONITOR setting.
* Usually the main sound (monaural)
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Adjusting the picture
Searching using the index function
The VCR automatically marks the tape with an index signal at the point where each
recording begins. Use these signals as references to find a specific recording.
Adjusting the tracking
Although the VCR automatically adjusts the
tracking when playing a tape, distortion may
occur if the recording is in poor condition.
In this case, manually adjust the tracking.
To find a specific recording by scanning (Index scan)
1
2
Press ./> INDEX SEARCH.
The VCR starts scanning each
recording for five seconds in the
corresponding direction.
INDEX SCAN
During playback, press TRACKING +/— on
TRACKING — — — — — — — — — — — —
the VCR to display the tracking meter. The
distortion should disappear as you press one
of the two buttons. To resume automatic
Tracking meter
tracking adjustments, eject the tape and re-insert it.
: BB
Press H PLAY to start playback when
you find the desired point.
Adjusting the picture sharpness (Auto Sharpness Control)
You can automatically adjust the sharpness of the picture.
1
To search a specific recording (Index search)
1
2
Insert an indexed tape into the VCR.
¥ To search ahead, press > INDEX
SEARCH twice.
¥ To search backwards, press .
INDEX SEARCH twice.
3
2
Press ./> INDEX SEARCH twice.
Press M/m to highlight ASC, then press
,.
OSD
TAPE SELECT
COLOUR SYSTEM
NICAM
POWER SAVE
ASC
INDEX SEARCH : B B + 0 2
SELECT
END
3
Press ./> INDEX SEARCH
depending on the direction where your
desired programme is located.
Each time you press the button, the number increases or decreases up
to ±20, respectively.
4
During playback, press MENU, then press M/m/</, to highlight
USER SET and press OK.
The VCR starts searching, and playback starts automatically from that
point.
4
To stop searching
Press x STOP.
Press M/m to set ASC to ON or OFF.
¥ ON: Picture sharpness is automatically
adjusted.
¥ OFF: Adjust the picture sharpness
manually.
To soften the picture, press <.
To sharpen the picture, press ,.
:
: OK
:
:
:
:
:
:
SET
EXIT
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3
Insert an indexed tape into the VCR.
ON
E1 8 0
AUTO
ON
OFF
ON
:
: MENU
PICTURE
ASC : OFF
SOFTEN
———————————
ON/OFF :
END
: OK
SHARPEN
——————————
SET
:
EXIT : MENU
Press MENU to return to the original screen.
Notes
¥ No index signal will be added when recording starts from recording pause.
However, an index signal will be marked if you change the programme position
during recording pause.
¥ When you press . INDEX SEARCH, if there is nothing recorded before the
selected index signal, playback may not start exactly at the index signal.
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Reducing the VCR s power
consumption
Changing menu options
1
You can turn off the indicators in the display window when the VCR is off (standby
mode) to reduce the VCR s power consumption.
1
2
3
Press MENU, then select USER SET or EASY OPERATION and press
OK.
Press MENU, then press M/m/</, to highlight USER SET and
press OK.
OSD
TAPE SELECT
COLOUR SYSTEM
NICAM
POWER SAVE
ASC
Press M/m to highlight POWER SAVE.
Press , to set to ON, then press OK.
SELECT
END
OSD
TAPE SELECT
COLOUR SYSTEM
NICAM
POWER SAVE
ASC
SELECT
END
:
: OK
:
:
:
:
:
:
SET
EXIT
2
3
ON
E1 8 0
AUTO
ON
OFF
ON
:
: OK
:
:
:
:
:
:
ON
E1 8 0
AUTO
ON
OFF
ON
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
G-CODE EXTEND
AUTO POWER OFF
SELECT
END
:
: OK
: OFF
: OFF
SET
EXIT
:
: MENU
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The power consumption is reduced to a
minimum.
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Press M/m to select the option.
Press < to change the setting, then press OK.
Menu choices
Initial settings are indicated in bold print.
:
: MENU
To turn on the indicators in the display window
Set POWER SAVE to OFF in step 3.
USER SET
Note
¥ When the VCR stands by for recording, the indicator in the display window
remain lit even when POWER SAVE is set to ON.
Menu option
Set this option to
OSD
¥ ON to display the menu on the TV screen.
¥ OFF to disappear the menu from the TV screen.
TAPE SELECT
¥ E180 to use an E-180 or shorter type tape.
¥ E240 to use an E-240 type tape.
¥ E260 to use an E-260 type tape.
¥ E300 to use an E-300 type tape.
COLOUR SYSTEM
¥ AUTO to select the colour system automatically.
¥ PAL to use the tape recorded in the PAL colour
system.
¥ MESECAM to use the tape recorded in the
MESECAM colour system.
¥ B/W to use the tape recorded in black and white.
When using the tape recorded NTSC colour signals:
¥ NT3.58 to use the tape recorded in the NTSC 3.58
colour system.
¥ NT4.43 to use the tape recorded in the NTSC 4.43
colour system.
¥ NTPB to play back an NTSC-recorded tape on PAL
TV.
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Editing
Changing menu options (continued)
Menu option
Set this option to
NICAM*
¥ ON to record NICAM broadcasts on the hi-fi audio
track.
¥ OFF to record standard sound on the hi-fi audio
track.
For details, see page 50.
POWER SAVE
Connecting to a VCR or stereo
system
How to connect to record on this VCR
Connect the line outputs of the other VCR to the input connector of this
VCR. Refer to the examples A through C and choose the connection that
best suits your VCR.
¥ ON to turn off the indicators in the display window
to conserve the VCR s power.
¥ OFF to turn on the indicators in the display window
while the VCR is standing by.
Example A (SLV-ED333ME/SG only)
TV
Your VCR (Recorder)
¥ ON to automatically adjust the sharpness of the
picture.
¥ OFF to manually adjust the sharpness of the picture.
ASC
Menu option
Set this option to
AUTO POWER OFF
¥ OFF to deactivate the Auto Power Off function.
¥ 2HOUR/3HOUR to turn the VCR off automatically
if no signal is received and you do not press any of
the buttons during this time.
Editing
LINE IN 1
Other VCR (Player)
EASY OPERATION
LINE OUT
* SLV-ED939ME/SG only
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
: Signal flow
Example B (SLV-ED939ME/SG only)
Your VCR (Recorder)
TV
LINE-2 IN
LINE OUT
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
Other VCR (Player)
: Signal flow
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Connecting to a VCR or stereo system (continued)
Basic editing
Example C (SLV-ED939ME/SG only)
TV
Your VCR (Recorder)
When recording on this VCR
Before you start editing
¥ Turn on your TV and set it to the video
channel.
¥ Press INPUT SELECT to display the
connected line in the display window.
¥ Press REC SPEED to select the tape
speed.
LINE IN 1
Other VCR (Player)
X PAUSE
z REC
LINE OUT
2
: Signal flow
How to connect to a stereo system (SLV-ED939ME/SG
only)
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.
Editing
1
Audio/video cable (not supplied)
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place into this (recording) VCR.
Search for the point to start recording and press X PAUSE to set it to
playback pause.
Connect the LINE-2 IN jacks on this VCR to the audio output jacks on the
stereo system, using an audio cable (not supplied).
3
4
Notes
¥ Make sure you connect the plugs to jacks of the same colour.
¥ If the other VCR is a monaural type, leave the red plugs unconnected.
¥ If you connect this VCR to both the LINE IN and LINE OUT jacks of the other
VCR, select the input correctly to prevent a humming noise.
¥ When you connect another VCR to the LINE-2 IN* connector, press INPUT
SELECT to display L2 in the display window.
To stop editing
Press the x STOP buttons on both VCRs.
Press z REC on this VCR to set it to recording pause.
To start editing, press the X PAUSE buttons on both VCRs at the same
time.
Tip
¥ To cut out unwanted scenes while editing, press X PAUSE on this VCR when an
unwanted scene begins. When it ends, press X PAUSE again to resume recording.
* SLV-ED939ME/SG only
58 Editing
Editing
SLV-ED939ME/SG 3-082-203-11 (1) GB ME/SG
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59
Additional Information
Troubleshooting
Playback
Remedy
The picture has no sound.
¥ The tape is defective.
¥ If you made A/V connections, check the audio cable
connection.
¥ If you made connections using the aerial cable only,
make sure the TV system is set correctly for your
area.
¥ Connect the mains lead to the mains securely.
The power is turned on but the
VCR does not operate.
¥ Moisture condensation has occurred. Turn the power
off, unplug the mains lead and leave the VCR to dry
for over three hours.
The sound from a tape
recorded with the VCR is not
in stereo or the STEREO
indicator in the display
window is flashing.
¥ Adjust the tracking.
¥ The video heads are dirty. Clean the video heads
using a Sony video head cleaning cassette as
explained above.
The VCR is plugged in but the
display window remains dark.
¥ Set POWER SAVE in the USER SET menu to OFF
(see page 54).
No TV programme appears on
the TV screen.
The clock has stopped and
— —:— — appears in the
display window.
¥ The clock stops if the VCR is disconnected from the
mains. Reset the clock (and timer).
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.
¥ If you made connections using the aerial cable only,
make sure the RF channel number is set correctly for
your area.
¥ Make sure the TV is set to the video channel. If you
are using a monitor, set it to video input.
¥ Existing broadcasts may interfere with the VCR.
Reset the RF channel output of your VCR (see page
17).
¥ Select the correct source with the INPUT SELECT
button. Select a programme position when recording
TV programmes; select a line input when recording
from other equipment.
TV reception is poor.
The picture is not clear.
¥ Existing broadcasts may interfere with the VCR.
Reset the RF channel output of your VCR (see page
17).
¥ Adjust the tracking with the TRACKING +/— buttons
on the VCR.
¥ The video heads are dirty (see the last page of
Troubleshooting). Clean the video heads using a
Sony video head cleaning cassette. If a Sony 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 liquid type cleaning cassette
other than Sony s, as it may damage the video heads.
¥ The video heads may have to be replaced. Consult
your local Sony service facility for more information.
¥ Make sure the aerial cable is connected securely.
¥ Adjust the TV aerial.
¥ Make sure the TV system is correctly set for your TV.
¥ Make sure TV SYSTEM (B/G, D/K or I) in the
INSTALLATION menu is set to the same system in
your local area.
The recorded picture has no
colour or unusual colour.
¥ Set COLOUR SYSTEM in the USER SET menu
according to your local colour system.
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 (see page 34).
The tape is ejected when you
press z REC.
¥ The safety tab has been removed. To record on this
tape, cover the tab hole (see page 34).
Nothing happens when you
press z REC.
¥ Make sure the tape is not at its end.
The picture has no colour.
¥ The COLOUR SYSTEM option in the USER SET
menu is set to the wrong position. Set the option to
conform to the system that the tape was recorded in.
The picture rolls vertically
during picture search.
¥ Adjust the vertical hold control on the TV or monitor.
Recording
Remedy
The ?/1 ON/STANDBY
switch does not function.
Additional Information
Symptom
Playback
Clock
Power
If you have any questions or problems not covered below, please consult your nearest
Sony service facility.
Symptom
continued
60 Additional Information
Additional Information
SLV-ED939ME/SG 3-082-203-11 (1) GB ME/SG
SLV-ED939ME/SG 3-082-203-11 (1) GB ME/SG
Troubleshooting (continued)
Symptoms caused by contaminated video heads
Remedy
The timer does not operate.
¥ Check that the clock is set.
¥ Make sure a tape has been inserted.
¥ Check that the safety tab has not been removed.
¥ Make sure the tape is not at its end.
¥ Make sure a programme has been set for timer
recording.
¥ Make sure your timer settings are past the current
time.
¥ The clock stops if the VCR is disconnected from the
mains. Reset the clock and timer.
¥ Turn the power off and unplug the mains lead.
Timer recording
Symptom
A tape cannot be inserted.
¥ Check that a tape is not 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 VCR.
¥ Replace all the batteries in the remote commander
with new ones if they are weak.
¥ Make sure the ¥TV/VIDEO remote control switch is
set correctly.
The selected input line
connector number does not
appear in the display window.
¥ Press INPUT SELECT to display the connected line.
The tracking meter does not
appear on the TV screen.
¥ The recording condition of the tape is very poor and
tracking cannot be adjusted.
The display window becomes
dim.
¥ The display window automatically becomes dim
when the VCR is in standby mode.
The VCR 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.
¥ No picture (or
black & white
screen appears)
terminal
¥ Unclear picture
¥ Rough picture
¥ Normal picture
initial
contamination
Additional Information
Others
61
62 Additional Information
Additional Information
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SLV-ED939ME/SG 3-082-203-11 (1) GB ME/SG
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63
Index
A
H
R
Adjusting
picture 53
tracking 53
Aerial hookup 13
ASC (Auto Sharpness Control)
53
Audio track 51
Audio/video hookup 14
Auto Set Up 15
Hi-fi audio track 51
Recording 32
duration time 46
saving 34
timer setting 42
using the Easy Timer 36
while watching another
programme 34
RF channel 15, 17
C
Changing the programme
position 25
Changing the station name 28
Cleaning the video heads 60
Clock setting 19
Colour system
compatible colour systems
2
setting 30
Connecting
the VCR and your TV 13
to a stereo system 14, 57
to a TV with audio/video
jacks 14
Counter 31
D
Demonstration 41
Disabling the programme
positions 26
Dubbing. see Editing
I
Index scan 52
Index search 52
L
Language selection 15, 21
LP mode 32
M
Manual fine tuning 24
Monaural 51
Monitoring
during playback 51
N
Normal audio track 51
O
Optional setting 55
P
S
Safety tab 34
Searching
at various speeds 45
using the index function 52
SP mode 32
Stereo 51
T
Timer setting 42
cancelling 47
changing 47
checking 47
daily/weekly recording 43
using the Easy Timer 36
Playback 30
at various speeds 45
frame-by-frame 45
selecting the sound 51
slow motion 45
Power save 54
Presetting channels 22
E
Easy Timer 36
Editing 57
EP mode 32
Index
65
SLV-ED939ME/SG 3-082-203-11 (1) GB ME/SG
1-16E
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
2. DISASSEMBLY
2-1 MONO MODELS
2-1-1 Cabinet Top
Cabinet top
1 Two screws
2 Lift up the cabinet top in the direction of arrow by releasing the hook.
Fig. 2-1 Cabinet Top
2-1-2 Cover Bottom
1 Release two snapfits
2 Lift up the bottom cover in the direction of arrow.
Fig. 2-2 Cover Bottom
2-1
2-1-3 Ass’y-Panel Front
1 Release four hooks
ASS'Y-PANEL FRONT
– TOP VIEW –
Fig. 2-3 Ass’y-Panel Front
2-2
2 Release three hooks
– BOTTOM VIEW –
2-1-4 ASS’Y Main PCB, Deck
3 Four screws
4 Flat cable
5 Flat cable
8 Ass’y-deck
6 Flat cable
1 Two screws
9 Ass’y main-PCB
7 Release hook
PUSH
2 Bracket-frame
Fig. 2-4 Ass’y Main-PCB, Deck
2-3
2-2 Hi-Fi MODELS
2-2-1 Cabinet Top
Cabinet top
1 Two screws
2 Lift up the cabinet top in the direction of arrow by releasing the hook.
Fig. 2-5 Cabinet Top
2-2-2 Cover Bottom
1 Release two snapfits
2 Lift up the bottom cover in the direction of arrow.
Fig. 2-6 Cover Bottom
2-4
2-2-3 Ass’y-Panel Front
1 Release four hooks
ASS'Y-PANEL FRONT
– TOP VIEW –
2 Release three hooks
– BOTTOM VIEW –
Fig. 2-7 Ass’y-Panel Front
2-2-4 Ass’y Jack PCB
Disconnect the CN7T04 from the ass’y main-PCB and then lift the ass’y jack-PCB up.
CN7T04
CN7T07
CN7T05
CN708
CN701
Fig. 2-8 Ass’y Jack-PCB
2-5
2-2-5 Ass’y, Main-PCB, Deck
3 Four screws
4 Flat cable
5 Flat cable
8 Ass’y-deck
6 Flat cable
1 Two screws
9 Ass’y main-PCB
7 Release one tab
2 Bracket-frame
Fig. 2-9 Ass’y Main-PCB, Deck
2-6E
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
3. P.C.BOARDS
3-1 Main PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-3
3-2 Function PCB (Hi-Fi model) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-7
3-3 Dial Timer PCB (Hi-Fi model) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-7
3-4 Dial Timer PCB (ED333/EZ131) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-9
3-5 Display PCB (GA58) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 3-9
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
3-1
3-2
3-1 MAIN PCB
COMPONENT SIDE
3-3
3-4
CONDUCTOR SIDE
3-5
3-6
3-2 FUNCTION PCB (Hi-Fi model)
CONDUCTOR SIDE
COMPONENT SIDE
3-3 DIAL TIMER PCB (Hi-Fi model)
CONDUCTOR SIDE
COMPONENT SIDE
3-7
3-8
3-4 DIAL TIMER PCB (ED333/EZ131)
CONDUCTOR SIDE
COMPONENT SIDE
3-5 DISPLAY PCB (GA58)
CONDUCTOR SIDE
COMPONENT SIDE
3-9
3-10
MEMO
3-12E
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
4. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-3
4-1
S.M.P.S. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-5
4-2
Power - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-7
4-3
System Control/Servo - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-9
4-4
Audio/Video - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-11
4-5
Hi-Fi (Hi-Fi model) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-13
4-6
TM-Block - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-15
4-7
OSD/VPS/PDC - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-17
4-8
A2/NICAM (Hi-Fi model) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-19
4-9
Input-Output- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-21
4-10 Function (Hi-Fi model) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-23
4-11 LED Signal Display (GA58) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-25
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
4-1
4-2
◆ BLOCK IDENTIFICATION OF MAIN PCB
Component Side
4-3
Conductor Side
4-4
4-1 S.M.P.S.
4-5
4-6
4-2 POWER
4-7
4-8
4-3 SYSTEM CONTROL/SERVO
4-9
4-10
4-4 AUDIO/VIDEO
4-11
4-12
4-5 Hi-Fi (Hi-Fi model)
4-13
4-14
4-6 TM-BLOCK
4-15
4-16
4-7 OSD/VPS/PDC
4-17
4-18
4-8 A2/NICAM (Hi-Fi model)
4-19
4-20
4-9 INPUT-OUTPUT
4-21
4-22
4-10 FUNCTION (Hi-Fi model)
4-23
4-24
4-11 LED SIGNAL DISPLAY (GA58)
4-25
4-26
MEMO
4-28E
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
5. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENT
5-1 REFERENCE
1) X-Point (Tracking center) adjustment, “Head switching adjustment” and “NVRAM option setting” can be adjusted with remote control.
2) When replacing the Micom (IC601) and NVRAM (IC605 ; EEPROM) be sure to adjust the “Head switching adjustment” and
“NVRAM option setting”.
3) When replacing the cylinder ass’y, be sure to adjust the “X-Point” and “Head switching adjustment”.
4) How to adjustment.
- Press the “TEST” button on Main PCB/Function PCB to set the adjustment mode.
- If the corresponding adjustment button is pressed, the adjustment is performed automatically.
- If the adjustment is completed, be sure to turn the power off.
5-1-1 Location of adjustment button of remote control
X-Point (Tracking Center) Adjustment
("5" Button)
Head Switching Adjustment
("SP/LP" Button)
NVRAM Option Setting
("MENU" Button)
SINGLE
MULTI
Fig. 5-1
5-1
5-1-2 Test point location for adjustment mode setting (Mono model)
PRESS
Fig. 5-2 Main PCB (Top View)
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
5-2
5-1-3 SW7T01 (TEST) location for adjustment mode setting (Hi-Fi model)
TEST (SW7T01) BUTTON
Fig. 5-3 Function PCB (Top View)
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
5-3
5-2 MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
Note : Refer to the Mechanical Manual for the adjustment and confirmation of ass’y deck.
5-2-1 The number and position of test point
Test point :
TP602 (H’D S/W -Trigger)
TP301 (Envelope)
TP302 (Audio output)
AUDIO OUTPUT
ENVELOPE
HEAD SWITCHING
Fig. 5-4 Location of Test point (Main PCB-Top View)
5-2-2 ACE Head Position (X-Point) Adjustment
(See the 2-2-1(d) ACE Head Position (X-Point) Adjustment on
page 2-2 of the Mechanical Manual)
1) Playback the alignment tape (Color bar).
2) Press the “TEST” button on Main PCB/Function PCB to set
the adjustment mode.
(See Fig. 5-2 and 5-3)
3) Press the “5” button of remote control then adjustment is operated automatically. (See Fig. 5-1)
5-4
4) Connect the CH-1 probe to TP301 (Envelope) the CH-2
probe to TP602 (H’D switching pulse) and then trigger
to CH-1.
5) Insert the (-) driver into the X-Point adjustment hole
and adjust it so that envelope waveform is maximum.
6) Turn the Power off.
5-3 HEAD SWITCHING POINT ADJUSTMENT
1) Playback the alignment tape.
2) Press the “TEST” button on Main PCB/Function PCB to set the adjustment mode. (See Fig. 5-2 and 5-3)
3) Press the “SP/LP” button of remote control then adjustment is operated automatically. (See Fig. 5-1)
4) Turn the Power off.
5-4 NVRAM OPTION SETTING
1) NVRAM Option is adjusted at production line basically.
2) In case Micom (IC601) and NVRAM (IC605 ; EEPROM) is replaced, be sure to set the corresponding option number of the reqaired
model. (If the option is not set, the unit is not operated.)
1) Press the “TEST” button on Main PCB/Function PCB to set the adjustment mode. (See Fig. 5-2 and 5-3)
2) Press the “MENU” button on the remote control about 5 seconds then option setting display is appeared.
(See Fig. 5-5 and 5-6)
3) Select the option number (See Table 5-1) of corresponding model with “FF/REW/STOP/PAUSE” button on the remote
control.
4) If selecting the option number is completed, press the “OK (PLAY)” button of remote control.
(If “OK (PLAY)” button is pressed, the selected number is changes reversed color. ; See Fig. 5-5)
5) Press the “MENU” button of remote control again to store the option number.
(“PLEASE WAIT” is displayed for a second as shown Fig. 5-6 and this setting is completed.)
6) Turn the Power off.
01
09
17
25
33
41
49
57
65
02
10
18
26
34
42
50
58
66
01
09
17
25
33
41
49
57
65
03 04 05 06 07 08
11 12 13 14 15 16
19 20 21 22 23 24
27 28 29 30 31 32
35 36 37 38 39 40
43 44 45 46 47 48
51 52 53 54 55 56
59 60 61 62 63 64
67 68 69 70 71 72
CNG:OK SAVE:MENU
Fig. 5-5
02
10
18
26
34
42
50
58
66
03 04 05 06
11 12 13 14
19 20 21 22
27 28 29 30
35 36 37 38
43 44 45 46
51 52 53 54
59 60 61 62
67 68 69 70
PLEASE WAIT
Fig. 5-6
5-5
07
15
23
31
39
47
55
63
71
08
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
<Table 5-1>
MODELS
SLV-EZ131AZ
OPTION NUMBER
10, 12, 25, 26, 27, 33, 35, 36, 39, 42, 45, 47, 49, 53, 60, 61, 63, 64, 69, 72
SLV-ED333SG/ED333ME 10, 12, 20, 22, 25, 27, 35, 39, 42, 45, 47, 49, 60, 61, 63, 64, 69, 72
SLV-EZ735AZ
6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 25, 26, 27, 33, 35, 36, 39, 42, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 60, 61, 63, 64, 69, 72
SLV-EZ737AZ
1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 22, 25, 26, 27, 33, 35, 36, 39, 42, 45, 47, 49, 51, 53, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 69, 72
SLV-ED939SG/ED939ME 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 15, 20, 22, 25, 27, 35, 39, 42, 45, 47, 49, 51, 60, 61, 63, 64, 69, 72
SLV-GA58SG/GA58ME
10, 20, 22, 33, 35, 37, 42, 44, 47, 49, 60, 61, 63, 68, 69
5-6E
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
6. REPAIR PARTS LIST
Page
6-1 Exploded Views - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-2
6-1-1 Instrument Assembly (Mono Models) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-2
6-1-2 Instrument Assembly (Hi-Fi Models) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-3
6-1-3 Mechanical Parts (Top Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-4
6-1-4 Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-5
6-2 Electrical Parts List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
6-6
6-1
6-1 EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE:
• -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may
have some differences from the original one.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service. Some
delay should be anticipated when ordering these
items.
•
The mechanical parts with no reference number
in the exploded views are not supplied.
• Abbreviation
AUS : Australia model
HK : Hong Kong model
ME : Middle East model
The components identified by mark 0or
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
6-1-1 Instrument Assembly (Mono Models)
8
4
7
12
5
not supplied
not supplied
6
not supplied
not supplied
9
not supplied
1
1
not supplied
2
2
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
3
not supplied
GA58
ED333/EZ131
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
1
1
1
2
2
3-084-979-01
3-084-980-01
3-084-981-01
3-084-984-01
3-084-985-01
ASSY PANEL FRONT (EZ131)
ASSY PANEL FRONT (ED333)
ASSY PANEL FRONT (GA58)
DOOR CASSETTE 360 (ED333/EZ131)
DOOR CASSETTE VCP (GA58)
3
4
05
05
1-786-352-11
3-075-020-01
1-823-023-11
1-824-231-11
SW-DIAL TIMER (ED333/EZ131)
CASE (360), UPPER
POWER CORD (ED333/GA58)
POWER CORD KKP560 (EZ131)
Ref. No.
Remarks
6
7
8
9
6-2
Part No.
Description
3-075-256-01
3-075-262-01
3-083-523-01
1-477-367-11
Remarks
9
SCREW TAP 3X12
SCREW BH 4X12
SCREW TAP 3X10
COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V408)
(ED333/EZ131)
1-478-182-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V411) (GA58)
11
12
3-075-258-01 SCREW TAP 4X16
3-709-670-01 ASSY DECK
6-1-2 Instrument Assembly (Hi-Fi Models)
8
4
7
12
5
not supplied
not supplied
6
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
2
not supplied
not supplied
3
9
not supplied
1
Ref. No.
1
1
1
2
3
4
05
05
Part No.
Description
3-084-976-01
3-084-977-01
3-084-978-01
3-084-983-01
1-786-352-11
ASSY PANEL FRONT (EZ737)
ASSY PANEL FRONT (EZ735)
ASSY PANEL FRONT (EZ939)
DOOR CASSETTE 430
SW-DIAL TIMER
Ref. No.
Remarks
6
7
8
9
3-075-019-01 CASE (430), UPPER
1-823-023-11 POWER CORD KKP419C (ED939)
1-824-231-11 POWER CORD Y352 (EZ735/EZ737)
6-3
Part No.
Description
3-075-256-01
3-075-262-01
3-083-523-01
1-477-367-11
Remarks
9
SCREW TAP 3X12
SCREW BH 4X12
SCREW TAP 3X10
COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V408)
(ED939/EZ735)
1-477-369-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V409) (EZ737)
11
12
3-075-258-01 SCREW TAP 4X16
3-084-982-01 ASSY DECK
6-1-3 Mechanical Parts (Top Side)
not supplied
109
108
125
112
not
supplied
not supplied
not
supplied
110
not
supplied
not
supplied
127
114
not supplied
107
115
OPTIONAL
116
106
105
118
124
OPTIONAL
126
104
113
not supplied
not
supplied
103
not supplied
120
123
not supplied
not
supplied
102
121
101
111
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
101
102
103
104
105
3-067-779-01
3-067-780-01
3-067-785-01
3-067-786-01
3-067-782-01
LEVER-#9 GUIDE
SPRING-#9 GUIDE
LEVER-T. BRAKE
SPRING-BRAKE
SPRING-TENSION LEVER
113
114
115
116
118
3-075-257-01
3-709-671-01
3-067-789-01
3-079-356-01
1-796-434-11
SCREW TAP 2.6X5
ASSY HEAD ACE
GUIDE-CASS. DOOR
POST #8 GUIDE ASSY
LOADING ASSY, MOTOR
106
107
108
109
109
3-067-781-01
3-067-783-01
3-067-788-01
1-796-440-11
1-796-705-11
LEVER-TENSION
BAND-BREAK
HOLDER-FL CASS.
ASSY CLYNDER 2HD (LP) (ED333)
ASSY CLYNDER 6HD (EZ735/EZ737)
120
120
121
123
124
3-067-787-01
3-075-704-01
3-067-796-01
3-075-046-01
3-075-047-01
LEVER-FL DOOR (Hi-Fi model)
LEVER-FL DOOR (Momo model)
PLATE-GROUND DECK
DISK T REEL
DISK S REEL
109
110
111
112
1-796-707-11
3-075-253-01
3-075-254-01
3-067-784-01
ASSY CLYNDER 2HD (LP) (EZ131/GA58)
SCREW ASSY MAC 2.6X5
SCREW ASSY MAC 3X6
LEVER-UNIT PINCH
125
126
127
1-796-433-11 DAMPER CAPSTAN
3-075-022-01 AUTO HEAD CLEANER (G681)
3-075-021-01 AUTO HEAD CLEANER (G680)
Ref. No.
Ref. No.
Remarks
6-4
Remarks
6-1-4 Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side)
151
not supplied
154
152
not supplied
not
supplied
not supplied
not
supplied
not supplied
not
supplied
not supplied
not supplied
153
Ref. No.
151
152
Part No.
Description
Ref. No.
Remarks
3-067-790-01 BELT-PULLEY
1-796-432-11 MOTOR CAPSTAN
153
154
6-5
Part No.
Description
3-075-259-01 SCREW CAP 2.6X6
3-075-260-01 SCREW MAC 3X3
Remarks
FUNCTION
MAIN
6-2 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
NOTE:
• Due to standardization, replacements in the
parts list may be different from the parts
specified in the diagrams or the components
used on the set.
• -XX, and -X mean standardized parts, so they
may have some difference from the original one.
• RESISTORS
All resistors are in ohms.
METAL: metal-film resistor
METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor
F: nonflammable
• Not all of the parts are listed.
Ref. No.
Part No.
•
•
•
•
Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are
seldom required for routine service. Some delay
should be anticipated when ordering these items.
SEMICONDUCTORS
In each case, u: µ, for example:
uA...: µA... , uPA... , µPA... ,
uPB... , µPB... , uPC... , µPC... ,
uPD..., µPD...
CAPACITORS:
uF: µF
COILS
uH: µH
Description
Ref. No.
Remarks
FUNCTION BOARD (Hi-Fi model)
**************************
Part No.
• Hi-Fi model: ED939/EZ735/EZ737
Mono model: ED333/EZ131/GA58
When indicating parts by reference number,
please include the board name.
The components identified by mark 0 or
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Description
L1SS32 1-424-828-11 COIL CHOKE
W179
1-400-086-11 INDUCTOR
< CONNECTOR >
Remarks
10uH
0uH
< CAPACITOR >
CN7T07 1-815-689-11 CONNECTOR FPC 7P
< JACK >
JK7T01 1-815-698-11 JACK PIN 3P (LINE-2 IN)
< SWITCH >
SW7T01
SW7T03
SW7T04
SW7T05
SW7T09
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (TEST)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (POWER)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (FF)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PAUSE)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (REC)
SW7T12
SW7T14
SW7T15
SW7T16
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (EJECT)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PLAY)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (STOP)
TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (REW)
C1SD03
C1SD04
C1SD12
C1SF11
C1SF13
1-165-557-11
1-165-557-11
1-165-574-11
1-165-574-11
1-100-002-11
CONDENSER
2200PF
CONDENSER
2200PF
CONDENSER FILM
CONDENSER FILM
CONDENSER FILM
10000PF
10000PF
22000PF
0 C1SS01
0 C1SS02
C1SS12
C1SS39
1-165-573-11
1-165-573-11
1-100-530-11
1-165-999-11
CONDENSER FILM
CONDENSER FILM
CONDENSER CERAMIC DISC
CONDENSER FILM
0.1uF
0.1uF
100PF
0.1uF
< CONNECTOR >
CN301
CN301
CN1SS1
CN3A01
1-815-685-11
1-815-686-11
1-815-692-11
1-815-688-11
CONNECTOR FPC 10P (Hi-Fi model)
CONNECTOR FPC 6P (Mono model)
CONNECTOR HEADER 2P
CONNECTOR FPC 6PSN
< DIODE >
MAIN BOARD
***********
FC1SS1
FC1SS2
LD601A
SC02
1-576-527-11
1-576-527-11
3-075-959-01
3-075-255-01
S601A
FUSE CLIP
FUSE CLIP
HOLDER-LED
SCREW TAP 3X8
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
3-075-066-01 HOLDER-SENSOR
S602A
3-075-066-01 HOLDER-SENSOR
< COIL >
BD1SD2
BD1SD4
BD1SS1
BD1SS2
L502
1-400-085-11
1-400-085-11
1-400-085-11
1-400-085-11
1-400-086-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
L4N04 1-400-085-11 INDUCTOR
0 L1SS02 1-424-830-11 LINE FILTER
L1SS31 1-424-828-11 COIL CHOKE
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH
0uH (Hi-Fi model)
30MH
10uH
6-6
D301
D302
D401
D603
D605
1-804-407-11
1-805-264-11
1-805-264-11
1-804-407-11
1-805-264-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
IN4148
1N5819 (Hi-Fi model)
1N5819
IN4148
1N5819
D610
D612
D701
D702
D703
1-805-264-11
1-805-264-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N5819
1N5819
IN4148
IN4148
IN4148
D704
D4N01
D4N02
D1P101
D1P102
1-804-407-11
1-805-264-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
IN4148
1N5819 (Hi-Fi model)
IN4148 (Hi-Fi model)
IN4148
IN4148
D1P104
D1SD10
D1SD31
D1SF11
D1SF12
1-804-407-11
1-804-412-11
1-804-412-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
IN4148
FIT4
FIT4
IT5
IT5
MAIN
Ref. No.
D1SS01
D1SS02
D1SS03
D1SS04
D1SS11
Part No.
Description
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-408-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
Ref. No.
Remarks
IT5
IT5
IT5
IT5
UF4007
Part No.
Description
Remarks
LD7F3
LD7F4
1-805-363-11 LED GREEN (GA58)
1-805-362-11 LED RED (GA58)
LD7F5
1-805-363-11 LED GREEN (GA58)
< PHOTO INTERRUPTER >
D1SS31 1-804-412-11 DIODE FIT4
D1SS32 1-804-411-11 DIODE UG2D
D1SS33 1-805-266-11 DIODE SCHOTTKY SE55
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
D1SS33 1-804-410-11 DIODE FMLM02S (GA58)
D1P103 1-804-407-11 DIODE IN4148 (Hi-Fi model)
W189
ZD401
ZD802
ZD803
ZD812
1-805-264-11
1-804-414-11
1-804-418-11
1-804-418-11
1-804-418-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N5819 (ED333/EZ131)
UZP33B
MTZJ12B
MTZJ12B
MTZJ12B
ZD813
ZD810
ZD811
ZD1SF1
ZD1P03
1-804-418-11
1-804-418-11
1-804-418-11
1-805-265-11
1-804-417-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
MTZJ12B
MTZJ12B (Hi-Fi model)
MTZJ12B (Hi-Fi model)
MTZJ4.3B
MTZJ9.1B (Hi-Fi model)
PT601
PT602
< TRANSISTOR >
< DISPLAY >
DT701
1-518-930-11 LED DISPLAY
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
< FUSE >
0 F1SS01 1-576-526-11 FUSE T.L (1.6A/250V)
0 FR01
1-576-729-11 FUSE-RADIAL LEAD1A
0 FR02
1-576-729-11 FUSE-RADIAL LEAD1A
< IC >
IC301
IC301
IC501
IC601
IC604
1-805-360-11 IC VIDEO (ED333/ED939/EZ737/GA58)
1-805-361-11 IC VIDEO (EZ131/EZ735)
1-804-703-11 IC HIFI (Hi-Fi model)
IC ROM
1-804-807-11 IC RESET (ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
IC604
IC605
1-804-444-11 IC KA7533 (GA58)
1-804-432-11 IC 524C80D81
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
1-804-431-11 IC 24C021 (GA58)
1-804-480-11 IC VOL-DETECTOR 7042
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
1-804-706-11 IC LED DRIVER
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
IC605
IC608
IC701
IC1SF1
0 IC1SS1
IC1SS2
IC4N01
1-805-268-11
1-804-784-11
1-804-445-11
1-804-795-11
Q350
Q601
Q7F1
Q7F2
Q7F3
1-804-420-11
1-804-428-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSA733
KSR1004
KSC945 (GA58)
KSC945 (GA58)
KSC945 (GA58)
Q7F4
Q7F5
Q809
Q3A01
Q3A02
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-420-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSC945 (GA58)
KSC945 (GA58)
KSC945
KSC945
KSA733
Q3A03
Q3A04
Q3A05
Q3A06
Q6P01
1-804-422-11
1-804-422-11
1-804-422-11
1-804-420-11
1-804-420-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KTC3023
KTC3023
KTC3023
KSA733
KSA733
Q6P02
Q1P101
Q1P102
Q1P104
Q1P105
1-804-420-11
1-804-423-11
1-804-423-11
1-804-423-11
1-804-427-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSA733
KSA928AY
KSA928AY
KSA928AY
KSR1001
Q1P109
Q1P110
Q1P103
Q1P106
Q1P107
1-805-267-11
1-804-423-11
1-804-424-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-429-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSR1003
KSA928AY
KSC2328AY (Hi-Fi model)
KSC945 (Hi-Fi model)
KSR2001 (Hi-Fi model)
Q1P108 1-804-423-11 TRANSISTOR KSA928AY (Hi-Fi model)
Q1P111 1-805-267-11 TRANSISTOR KSR1003 (Hi-Fi model)
< RESISTOR >
R1SD16
R1SF15
R1SS10
R1SS11
R1SS33
1-245-556-11
1-245-555-11
1-244-373-11
1-245-556-11
1-244-371-11
R-METAL OXIDE (S)
R-METAL OXIDE
RESISTOR
2.7
R-METAL OXIDE (S)
RESISTOR
2.2K
R1SS34 1-244-371-11 RESISTOR
IC PWM CONTROLLER
IC PHOTO COUPLER
IC KA4318
IC NICAM (Hi-Fi model)
2.2K
< MODULE >
RM701
RM702
< LED >
LD601
LD7F1
LD7F2
1-804-770-11 PHOTO INTERRUPTER (T SENSOR)
1-804-770-11 PHOTO INTERRUPTER (S SENSOR)
1-477-308-11 REMOCON MOD(TSOP2238WE1) (Mono model)
1-477-308-11 REMOCON MOD(TSOP2238WE1) (Hi-Fi model)
< SWITCH >
1-804-438-11 LED-IR (T/S LED)
1-805-363-11 LED GREEN (GA58)
1-805-363-11 LED GREEN (GA58)
RS601
6-7
1-786-199-11 SWITCH REC (REC SWITCH)
Note :
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
MAIN
Ref. No.
SW601
SW701
SW703
SW708
SW709
Part No.
Description
Ref. No.
Remarks
Part No.
Description
Remarks
1-786-601-11 SWITCH MODE (MODE SWITCH)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (POWER)
(Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (EJECT) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PROGRAM+)
(Mono model)
SW711
SW714
SW715
SW716
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PROGRAM-)
(Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (TEST) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PLAY) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (REC) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (FF) (Mono model)
SW717
SW719
SW720
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (STOP) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (PAUSE) (Mono model)
1-786-353-11 TACT SW(TAPPING 5MM) (REW) (Mono model)
< PHOTO TRANSISTOR >
S601
S602
1-804-439-11 PHOTO TRANSISTOR (END SENSOR)
1-804-439-11 PHOTO TRANSISTOR (START SENSOR)
< TUNER >
TM401
1-693-589-11 TUNER PAL B/G/D/K/I
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
< VARISTOR >
0 VA1SS1 1-804-437-11 VARISTOR
< VIBRATOR >
XT301
XT302
1-795-330-11 VIBRATOR CRYSTAL (4.433619MHz)
1-795-629-11 CRYSTAL (3.579545MHz)
(ED333/ED939/EZ737/GA58)
XT601 1-795-332-11 VIBRATOR CRYSTAL (32.768KHz)
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
XT602 1-795-331-11 VIBRATOR CRYSTAL (8MHz)
XT4N01 1-795-615-11 CRYSTAL (18.432MHz) (Hi-Fi model)
ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS
*******************************
1-477-367-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V408)
(ED333/ED939/EZ131/EZ735)
1-477-369-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V409) (EZ737)
1-478-182-11 COMMANDER, STANDARD (RMT-V411) (GA58)
3-082-203-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ED333/ED939)
3-082-203-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ED333/ED939)
3-082-203-31
3-082-204-11
3-084-034-11
3-084-034-21
3-084-034-31
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ED333SG/ED939SG)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (EZ131/EZ735/EZ737)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GA58)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GA58)
MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (GA58SG)
6-8E
Note :
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
SLV-ED333/ED939/EZ131/
EZ735/EZ737/GA58
Sony Corporation
9-929-748-11
Home Video Company
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