recording.
JVC
DVD VIDEO RECORDER
DR-M10
VIDEO
RAM/RW
I SUPER VIDEO I
i_ilil
For
INSTRUCTIONS
Customer
Use:
Enter below the Model No. and
Serial No. which are located on the
rear of cabinet. Retain this
information
for future
reference.
Model No.
Serial
No.
LPTO899-OO1B
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EN
WARNING:
Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing
the JVC DVD vide()
Before use, please read the safety information
precautions
to ensure
safe use of your
recorder.
an(]
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD,
NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
new unit.
CAUTIONS
DO
CAUTION:
This unit
should
be used with
To prevent electric shocks
other power source.
AC 120V'_,
60Hz
and fire hazards,
DO
only.
NOT
use any
CAUTION:
TO PREVENT
E[ECTRIC
PLUG TO WIDE
CAUTION:
SHOCK,
FULtY
MATCH
WIDE
BLADE
OF
INSERT.
ATTENTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
POUR EVITER LES CHO(:S _l ECTRIQUES,
INTRODUIRE
LAME LA PlUS LARGE DE ]A FICHE DANS [A BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE
FOND.
The lightning
flash with arrowhead
symbol,
within an equilateral
triangle,
is intended to
alert the user to the presence
SLO[.
Note
to CATV
DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
system
"dangerous
voltage"
within the product's
enclosure that may be of sufficient
magnitude
to constitute
a risk of electric shock to
JUSQU'AU
installer:
This reminder
is provided
attention to Article 820-40
of uninsulated
LA
to call the CATV system
of the NFC that provides
installer's
guidelines
for proper grounding
and, in particular,
specifies that the cable
ground shall be connected
to the grounding
system of the
building,
as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
persons.
CAUTION:
The exclamation
point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
Changes or modifications
user's authority
to operate
presence of important
operating
and
maintenance
iservicing)
instructions
in the
literature accompanying
the appliance.
not approved
by IVC could
the equipment.
void
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IMPORTANT
PRODUCT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Electrical
improper
hazards.
energy
can perform
many
useful functions.
5. Ventilation
Slots an(] openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation.
[o
ensure reliable operation
of the product and to protect it from
overheating,
these openings
• Do not block the openings
sofa, rug or other similar surface.
• Do not [)lace the product in a built-in
But
use can result in potential
electrical
shock or fire
This product has been engineered
and manufactured
must not be blocked or covered.
by placing the product on a be(],
to
assure your personal safety. [n order not to defeat the built-in
safeguards, observe the following
basic rules for its installation,
use and servicing.
installation
such as a
bookcase
or rack unless proper ventilation
is provided
manufacturer's
instructions
have been adhered to.
or the
6. Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
ATTENTION
Follow
and obey
all warnings
and instructions
marked
on your
product and its operating
instructions.
For your safety, please
read all the safety and operating
instructions
before you operate
this product
and keep this booklet
for future
reference.
1. Outdoor
INSTALLATION
Antenna
1. Grounding or Polarization
(A) Your product may be equipped
with a polarized
alternatingcurrent
line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the
other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature.
If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try
reversing the plug. if the plug should still fail to fit, contact
your electrician
to replace your obsolete oudet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the polarized
plug.
(g) Your product may be equipped
with a 3-wire grounding-type
plug, a plug having a third (grounding)
pin. This plug will
only fit into a grounding-type
power oudet. This is a safety
feature.
[f you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact
your electrician
to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type
plug.
Power Sources
Operate your product only from the type of power source
indicated
on the marking
label. If you are not sure of the type of
power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local
power company.
If your product is intended
to operate from
battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating
instructions.
Power Cord
Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected
to the
product,
be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded
NFPA 70, provides
information
with
of the mast and supporting
structure,
regard to proper grounding
grounding
of the lead-in
2. Lightning
For added protection
for this product during a lightning
storm, or
when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time,
unplug it from the wall outlet an(] disconnect
the antenna or
cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to
lightning
and power-line
surges.
3.
Power
Lines
An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity
of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits,
or where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing
an outside antenna system, extreme care should be
taken to kee I) from touching
such power lines or circuits as
contact with them might be fatal.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA
NATIONAL ELECTRICAL
GROUNDING AS PER
CODE, ANSI/NFPA 70
LEAD IN WIRE
GROUNOCLAMP
_ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION
810-20)
Protection
Power supply cords should
to be walked on or pinched
so as
wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
connectors,
location
of antenna discharge unit, connection
to grounding
electrodes,
and requirements
for the grounding
electrode.
3. Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral
convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or
electric shock.
4.
INSTRUCTIONS
to provide some protection
against voltage surges an(] built-up
static charges. Article 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/
INSTALLATION
2.
ANTENNA
be routed so that they are not likely
by items place(] upon or against
them, paying particular
attention
receptacles,
and the point where
ELECTRICSERVICE
3ROUNDING
CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
to cords at plugs, convenience
they exit from the product.
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICEGROUNDING ELECTRODESYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL
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CODE
EN
USE
1.
SERVICING
Accessories
"]b avoid
personal
1. Servicing
if your product
injury:
is not operating
correctly
or exhibits
a marked
• Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table. It may fall, causing serious injury to a child
change in performance
operation
by following
or adult, and serious damage to the product.
• Use only with a cart, stand, tripod,
bracket, or table
instructions,
do not attempt to service it yourself as opening or
removing
covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other
recommended
by the manufacturer
or sold with the product.
• Use a mounting
accessory recommended
by the manufacturer
hazards.
and follow the manufacturer's
the product.
• Do not try to roll a cart with
deep-pile
carpets.
2.
Product
A product
and
Cart
instructions
small
casters across
thresholds
of
or
Refer all servicing
to qualified
service
2. Damage Requiring
Service
Unplug this product from the wall outlet an(] refer servicing
qualified
service personnel
under the following
conditions:
PORTABLECARTWARNING
should
(Symbolprovided by RETAC)
be moved with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, an(] uneven surfaces
c.
d.
may cause the product and cart
combination
to overturn.
product.
If the product
has been expose(]
Water
by following
the
controls that are
covered by the operating
instructions
as an improper
adjustment
of other controls may result in damage an(] will
technician
to
e. If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
f. When the product exhibits a distinct change in
performance--this
indicates a need for service.
and Moisture
Do not use this product
near wate_for
tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry
or near a swimming
pool and the like.
example,
near a bath
tub, in a wet basement,
4. Object and Eiquid Entry
Never push objects of any kin(] into this product through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or shortout [)arts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill
liquid of any kind on the product.
5. Attachments
Do not use attachments
of this product as they
to
to rain or water.
If the product does not operate normally
operating
instructions.
Adjust only those
often require extensive work by a qualified
restore the product to its normal operation.
3.
personnel.
a. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
Combination
and cart combination
for any mounting
and you are unable to restore normal
the detailed procedure
in its operating
not recommended
may cause hazards.
by the manufacturer
3. Replacement
Parts
When replacement
parts are required,
be sure the service
technician
has used replacement
parts specified
by the
manufacturer
or which have the same characteristics
as the
original
electric
7. Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat,
may result
in fire,
4. Safety Check
Upon completion
of any service or repairs to this product,
ask
the service technician
to perform
safety c hecks to determine
that
the product is in safe operating condition.
HOW
6. Cleaning
Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning.
Do not
use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
part. Unauthorized
substitutions
shock or other hazards.
TO
USE THIS
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
• All major sections and subsections
are listed in the l\d_le Of
Contents on page 6. Use this when searching for information
on a specific procedure
or feature.
• The index on pages 12
17 lists frequently-used
terms, and
the number of the page on which they are used or explained
in
the manual. This section also illustrates
the controls and
connections
on the front and rear panel, the front display
panel and the remote controh
• The _€_ mark signals a reference to another page for
instructions
or related information.
• Operation
buttons necessary for the various procedures
clearly indicated
through the use of illustrations
at the
beginning
of each major section.
BEFORE YOU
•.. please read
• "CAUTIONS"
• "IMPORTANT
pages 3 - 4
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the sections/literature
listed below•
on [)age 2
PRODUCT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS"
are
on
EN5
This equipment
has been tested and found
to comply
2. DO NOT
holes.
with
the limits for a Class g digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable
residential
protection
installation.
against harmful
This equipment
interference
generates,
in a
uses, and
can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance
with the instructions,
may cause harmful
interference
to radio communications.
However,
there is no
guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular
installation.
interference
If this equipment
does cause harmful
to radio or television
reception,
which
determined
encouraged
by turning the equipment
off and on, the user is
to try to correct the interference
by one or more
of the following
measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving
between
can be
antenna.
increase
receiver.
the separation
the equipment
Connect
different
the equipment
into an outlet on a circuit
from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced
technician
for help.
and
Communications
Corporation.
DE]
DIGITAL
• Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
When the equipment
is installed in a cabinet or a shelf,
make sure that it has sufficient space on all sides to allow
for ventilation
(10 cm or more on both sides, on top and
at the rear/.
must
the
may result in
in an environment
prone to extreme temperatures
or humidity.
-- in direct sunlight.
in a dusty environment.
-- in an environment
where strong magnetic fields are
generated.
on a surface that is unstable or subject to vibration,
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3. DO NOT place heavy objects on the unit or Remote.
4. DO NOT place anything which might spill on top of
the unit or Remote.
(If water or liquid is allowed to enter this equipment,
fire or electric shock may be caused.)
5. DO NOT expose the apparatus to dripping or
splashing.
6. DO NOT use this equipment
in a bathroom or places
with water. Also DO NOT place any containers filled
with water or liquids (such as cosmetics or medicines,
flower vases, potted plants, cups, etc.) on top of this
unit.
CONDENSATION
Moisture in the air will condense on the unit when you
move it from a cold place to a warm place, or under
extremely
humid conditions--just
as water droplets form
on the surface of a glass filled with cold liquid. In
conditions
where condensation
may occur, disconnect
the unit's power plug from the wall and keep it
disconnected
for a few hours to let the moisture dry, then
turn on the unit.
ATTENTION
• "DTS" and "DTS Digital Out" are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
• This product incorporates copyright protection technology that
is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and
other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright
protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited
viewing users only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembl
is prohibited.
Failure to heed the following
precautions
damage to the unit, Remote or disc.
1. DO NOT place the unit --
or
(If the ventilation
openings or holes are blocked by a
newspaper or cloth, etc., the heat may not be able to
MOISTURE
trademark
of DIRECTV, Inc., a unit of GM
DISH Network r_ is a trademark
of Echostar
When discarding batteries, environmental
problems
be considered
and the local rules or laws governing
disposal of these batteries must be followed
strictly.
openings
7. DO NOT place any naked flame sources, such as
lighted candles, on the apparatus.
8. AVOID violent shocks to the unit during transport.
radio/TV
VCR Plus+, C _ and PlusCode are registered trademarks
of
Gemstar Development
Corporation.
The VCR Plus+ system is manufactured
under license from
Gemstar Development
Corporation.
DSS TM is an official
Hughes Electronics.
block the unit's ventilation
To mobile phone users:
Using a mobile phone in the vicinity of the unit may
cause picture vibration
on the TV screen or change
the screen to a blue back display.
On placing the unit:
Some TVs or other appliances
generate strong
magnetic fields. Do not place such appliances
of the unit as it may cause picture disturbance.
on top
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CONTENTS
DISCINFORMATION
7
EDITING
86
About
7
I)V l)ubbing
......................................................
Edit From A Camcorder
.....................................
86
88
Edit To Or From Another
89
Discs .........................................................
INDEX
12
INSTALLING
YOURNEWUNIT
18
Basic Connections
.............................................
S-VIDEO Connection
........................................
18
19
Component
20
Video
Connection
..........................
Digital
Audio
Dubbing
Recorder
....................
......................................
REMOTE
90
91
Remote Control
Functions
.................................
SYSTEMCONNECTIONS
91
95
INITIALSETTINGS
21
Plug & Play Set ..................................................
21
I.anguage ...........................................................
Clock Set ...........................................................
Tuner Set ...........................................................
22
24
26
SUBSIDIARYSETTINGS
96
Mode Set ...........................................................
96
Monitor
28
29
Format a disc ...................................................
Finalize a disc .................................................
1O1
102
32
Scan Mode Set .................................................
103
]ray
103
Set .......................................................
Cable Box Control
DBS Receiver
Setting
Control
.................................
Setting
............................
PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
35
Basic Playback
35
..................................................
Connecting
ro A Dolby
An Amplifier
I.ock
With
l)igital
Built-in
Decoder
Drs
or
......................
........................................................
93
TROUBLESHOOTING
104
Playback Features ..............................................
live Memory Playback ......................................
Using Play Set Up Menu ...................................
Parental lock ....................................................
36
41
46
53
GLOSSARY
108
SPECIFICATIONS
109
RECORDING
57
LISTOF TERMS
110
Basic Recording
................................................
Recording Features ............................................
57
58
FORSERVICING(Only in U.S.A.)
111
TIMERRECORDING
60
WARRANTY
(OnlyinU.S.A.)
112
VCR Plus+ _) limer Programing
Changing VCR Plus+ <_)Setting
..........................
...........................
60
62
Manual Timer Programing .................................
On-Disc Timer Programing
...............................
Satellite Auto Recording ....................................
64
66
71
NAVIGATION
72
library Database DVD Navi ..............................
Modify Original InR)rmation ..............................
Modify Play list Information
..............................
Modify I ibrary Information
................................
Playback with MP3/JPEG Navigation
.................
72
75
78
82
84
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DISC INFORMATION
EN 7
AboutDiscs
DVD-R/RW
the following
DVD-RAM
Iogos for recording
12 cm: 4.7 GB/9.4
8 cm: 1.4 GB/2.8
Version 2.0
RAM
RAM4.7
DVD-R
R
R4.7
Version
Version
and
GB (VR mode)
disc (Video
on a standard
DVD
_onform
player
with
(_
pg. 102),
as a
When a DVD-RW
disc (VR mode)is finalized
(_-_" pg. 102), it
can be played back on a standard DVD player compatible
with
the VR mode of DVD-RW
discs.
"lx
SPEED".
• This unit is not in compliance
• This unit is not in compliance
with
with
DVD-RW
DVD+RW
(_
pg. 102) -to record on unrecorded
Version
discs.
1.2.
areas of the disc, edit
the disc title an(] program titles, an(] delete programs.
• Before finalizing
it is possible to play or record DVD-R/RW
(Video mode) discs only on this unit.
• [t is impossible
to overwrite
recorded
(Video mode)
General Version
2.0
General
General
2.0/4x
2.0/8x
• Available
recorded
After
After
recording capacity
program is deleted
areas of DVD-R
discs.
does not increase even if a
from a DVD-R disc.
finalizing (_J pg. 102) -a DVD-R/RW
disc (Video mode)
has been finalize(),
it is
possible to play back the recorded programs (video and/or
audio) on a standard DVD video player as a DVD VIDEO disc.
• Edited titles are displayed
as the "DVD menu" in video mode.
12 cm: 4.7 GB
(Video modeNR
Version 1.1
Version 1.1/2x
mode) is finalized
a DVD-R/RW
Before finalizing
-- it is possible
12 cm: 4.7 GB
8 cm: 1.4 GB
DVD-RW
When
• Use discs labeled
GB
2.1
2.1/3x
Version
Version
discs which
it can be played back
DVD VIDEO disc.
Recordable/playable
discs
You can use discs with
playback.
Discs
[t is only possible to use DVD-R
DVD-R
standard Version 2.0.
mode)
RW
• The above
2004.
table is based on the information
as of February
• Recording
and playback
may not be performed
with some
DVD-RAM,
DVD-R/-RW,
and CD-R/-RW
discs depending
on
the characteristics
and condition
of the disc used, leading to
unsatisfactory
results. Using discs manufactured
by JVC is
recommended
since they have been tested to be compatible
with this uniL
DVD-RAM
It is only
standard
Discs
possible to use discs whkh
Version 2.0 or 2.1.
• It is impossible
to record
confornl
to this standard.
different
standard version,
• [t may not be possible to
DVD-RAM
disc even if it
recorded
or edited on the
conform
with
DVD-RAM
on DVD-RAM
discs which do not
If you use a disc formatted
under a
format it on this unit before use.
record, play back, edit or dub a
conforms
to the standard if it was
devices from other manufacturers
or
on a PC, or if it has far too many
titles, or if there is very little
available
capacity remaining
on the disc.
• DVD-RAM
discs recorded
on this unit cannot be played back
on an incompatible
DVD player.
• [t is possible to record copy-once
programs of digital
broadcasts
DVD-RAM
only onto 4.7/9.4 GB DVD-RAM
discs are not compatible).
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discs
(2.8 GB
• It is impossible
to record,
mode or in VR mode.
• Either in video mode
played back on DVD
edit or delete
the data either
in video
or in VR mode, although the disc can be
players from other manufacturers,
sometimes
it may not be possible to play depending
on the
disc and recording conditions.
• It is impossible
to record on CD-R/RW
or DVD-R discs used
for authoring.
• [t is impossible
to record onto DVD-R/RW
iVideo mode) discs
broadcasts
that allow you to copy once. The copy once
programs can only be recorded onto DVD-RW
discs formatted
in VR mode.
NOTES:
The following
may result if you play back
recorded
on another unit.
a DVD-R
disc
• The disc does not play.
• A mosaic pattern (block noise) appears
• Video or audio may be dropped out.
• The unit stops during playback.
on the screen.
8
EN
DISC
Discsfor PlaybackOnly
You (an
use dis(s
with
the following
DVD VIDEO
Iogos for playba(k
only.
The following
types of discs cannot
lead to speaker damage.
• CD-ROM
discs (including
Q
[DIGITAL VIDEOI
(SUPERVIDEO]
code
Audio
• Discs recorded
• 1.3-GB double
• High density
@N
@@
The following
PHOTO-CD
in Packet Write (UDF)
density CDs (DDCD)
CDs (HDCD)
discs also cannot
be played back.
than
"1"
CD-DA/
The world is divided into 6 regions for DVD VIDE(J) discs.
DVD VIDEO discs are assigned a region number to indicate
files
which region they may be played back in. A disc cannot be
played back on this unit unless the region number of the disc
matches that of the unit. [he region number for this unit is "1 ".
Only discs whose region number includes "1" or "ALl" can be
played back such as shown below.
[Recordable]
CD-RW
and CD-G)
format.
RegionNumber
CD-R
CD-DA
DIGITAL AUDIO
using this unit.
octagonal,
or other forms). If such
back, it may cause noise that can
• Discs of a region number other
• DVD-RAM
(2.6 GB/5.2 GB)
CD
be played
Do not attempt to play back any kind of disc that is damaged
(cracked,
warped, or repaired with adhesive tape) or discs in
unusual shapes (heart-shaped,
discs are accidentally
played
(example
of region
indications)
(cont.)
Unplayable
Discs
Video CD/Super Video CD
VIDEO
INFORMATION
CD-ROM
CD-DA/
Examples of DVD VIDEO
this unit.
files
labels
which
can be played
back using
files
{ReWritable]
• Playback may not be performed
depending
on the
characteristics
and condition
of the disc used.
• DTS Audio CDs can also be played back (An optional
DTS
decoder
is required).
• MP3 and IPEG discs can be played back on this unit only
when they have been recorded
in the [SO9660 or Joliet format
and finalized.
• JPEG files that can be played back on this unit must conform
to
JFIF/Baseline process, and the maximum
resolution
of a JPEG
file is 3,840 x 2,160 pixels.
• CD-R/RW
discs recorded
in music CD format need to be
finalized
to play on this unit.
• Operation
and audio quality of this unit are not guaranteed
for
discs that do not conform
to the Compact Disc specification
(CD-DA).
Before you play back a CD, check for the CD logo and read
the notes on the package to confirm
that it conforms
to the
Compact
Disc specification.
• Depending
on the intentions
of the author of the software,
recording
conditions
of DVD discs and Video CD/SVCD
discs
may be restricted.
Since this unit plays back discs according
to
the intentions
of the author of the software as indicated on the
disc, some functions
may not operate as commanded.
• When switching
from the first layer to the second layer of
double-layered
DVD VIDEO discs, the image and sound may
be momentarily
distorted.
This is not a malfunction.
• DVD-AUDIO
discs compatible
with
be played.
• Super Audio CDs (SACD) compatible
players can be played.
DVD
with
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video
players can
conventional
CD
Marks of discs in this instruction
manual
Allows operation
with a DVD-RAM
disc.
Allows operation
with a Video CD/
Allows operation
with a DVD-R disc.
Allows operation
with an Audio CD
disc.
Allows operation
with a DVD-RW
disc.
Allows operation
with a disc
Allows operation
with a DVD VIDEO
disc.
Allows operation
with a disc
Super Video CD
(SVCD) disc.
including
including
MP3 files.
JPEG files.
E.9
Recording
MediumandFormat
FileStructure
of Discs
DVD-RAM
DVD
• Recording
and erasing
possible on a disc.
• Editing can be performed
unwanted
parts.
• While
recording,
program currently
program
DVD-RW
• Recording
after recording,
as many
times as
such as deleting
previously
recorded.
can be performed
after recording,
as many
times as
such as deleting
parts.
DVD-RW (Video mode)
• Can be played back on other DVD players.
• New recording can be performed by erasing all the data on a
disc once played back.
DVD-R
• Can be played
• Suitable when
back on other DVD players.
keeping a recorded disc for a long time.
Each chapter
has a number
(chapter
can also be used to select desired chapters.
are not divided
into titles and chapters.
When
disc
(VR mode)
and erasing
VIDEO
Typkally,
DVD VIDE(:) discs are made up of larger units called
"titles".
Each title has a number (title number) that can be used
to select desired titles. Titles are further divided into units called
"chapters".
it is possible not only to start playback
of a
being recorded,
but also to watch another
possible on a disc.
• Editing can be performed
unwanted
can be performed
you record
A single
chapter).
a program
recording
However,
number)
that
Note that some discs
on a DVD-RAM/RW
(VR mode)
session results in a single title (a single
chapter marks are automatically
inserted
when recording
is pause(], or audio changes from monaural
bilingual
to stere() due to commercial
breaks, etc. It is also
possible to insert chapter
playback.
(_-_" pg. 38)
When
disc
you record
A single
marks
a program
recording
session
at desire(]
locations
on a DVD-R/RW
results
in a single
or
during
(Video
mode)
title (a single
chapter).
However,
chapter marks are automatically
inserted
when recording
is paused, or audio changes due to commercial
breaks, etc. It is also possible to insert chapter marks at desired
locations
during either recording
or playback.
Once the disc has
been finalize(],
these chapter marks are deleted and new chapter
marks are assigned automatically
approximately
every 5
minutes.
_._
T,t,el qp
DVD-RAM,
DVD-RW,
DVD-R
nt,e2 H
or DVE) VIDEO
dis(
• In Video mode, even before finalizing,
it is impossible
to
perform
editing
operations
other than changing
the disc name
and/or
title names and deleting
programs
and/or titles.
• After finalizing,
it is impossible
to perform editing operations.
Audio CD/Video
Typically,
containing
example,
CD/SVCD
However,
CD/SVCD
Audio CD discs are divided into separate tracks each
one song. Each track is assigned a number. For
the third track is Track 3. The same is true for Video
discs.
some discs are not divided into tracks.
Audio CD or Video CD/SVCD
Track 1
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Track 2
_
Track 3
i_
Track 4
Z 0 EN
DISC
JPEG/MP3 Disc (CD-R/RW/ROM)
MP3/JPEG files put in directories nested in several levels on a
disc will be organized as if they were put in single level
directories (groups) by the MP3/JPEG Navigation of this unit,
?-_ pg. 84)
File structure of a disc before starting the MP3/IPEG Navigation
INFORMATION
(cont.)
DVDVIDEOMarks
Sometimes
packaging
functions
marks are printed
to indicate
of the disc.
on a DVD
disc and/or
on its
information
regarding the contents and
Check the marks indicating
the contents
and functions
of the disc. Note, however, that in some cases a
disc may not include a mark even for a function
it supports.
Root
Marks related to video
Mark
Description
Number of subtitles
@
CZZZZ)
Directory
MP3 file
O
JPEG file
File structure
Navigation
of the disc after starting
Number
of angles
Recorded
ratio
under
the MP3/JPEG
@
Files are automatically
grouped as follows
and displayed on the
MP3/]PEG
Navigation
screen. Data is displayed
in the
alphabetical
order of file name. Files are grouped base(] on
the standard
4:3 aspect
roots.
Root
]
file 1.mp3
Screen includes black bands at the top
and the bottom of image which has a
standard 4:3 aspect ratio (letter box)
}
file 2.rap3
Europe
]
POPS
file 3.rap3
}
file 4.mp3
)
file 5.rap3
}
Video playback
is in Wide video mode
(16:9) on wide televisions,
but in letter
box on televisions
with standard 4:3
aspect
Video
ROCK]
ratio.
playback
is in Wide
(16:9) on wide televisions,
scan is used on televisions
video
mode
but pan and
with standard
4:3 aspect ratio (either the left or right side
of the image is cut-outh
Marks related
• This unit can recognize
directories
an(] files.
Also, it can recognize
99 groups on a disc.
up to 9 hierarchies
Mark
up to 250 files in each group,
®))
• Video CD/SVCD
discs that support
The contents of a disc are re(orded
Playback Control
(PBC)
into several hierarchies,
according
to the instructions
on the screen
through the hierarchies.
It is also possible to
playback
recorded
tracks consecutively
without
activating
PBC function even when playing a PgC-compatible
disc.
C _" pg. 40)
• Regarding the contents recorded
on discs
Some files may not be played
and other factors.
Description
an(] up to
NOTES:
and played back
while navigating
to audio
including
back depending
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Dolby Digital mark
It has been developed
BB_
D I G
I T
A
L
kaboratories
as a digital
by Dolby
surround
system.
the
on the file types
DIGITAL
SURROUND
DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
You can enjoy DTS audio if you connect
an amplifier
with a built-in
DTS decoder
to the DIGFFAL OUT connector
of the
unit.
EN11
CareandHandlingof Discs
Placinga Disc
How
Opening the disc tray
Press A
on
the unit
or Remote
to open
the
disc
to handle
discs
When handling a disc, do
not touch the surface of the
tray.
disc. Since discs are made
of plastic,
damaged.
they are easily
If a disc gets dirty,
dusty, scratched or warped,
the images and sound will
not be picked up correctly,
and such a disc may cause the unit to malfunction.
Label side
Do not damage the label side, stick paper to or use any
adhesives on its surface.
Unit
Remote
• Pressing the button on the unit or on the Remote again closes
the disc tray.
• Use the buttons on the unit or on the Remote to open and
close the disc tray.
• Do not block the disc tray with your hand while it is opening
or closing as this may result in hardware failure.
• Do not place unplayable
discs or any object other than a disc
on the disc tray.
• Do not press down
objects on it.
Discs without
strongly
on the disc tray or place
any heavy
cartridges
Recording
side
Make sure that discs are not scratched and dirty on the recording
side before use. Scratches and dirt on the recording side of a disc
may hinder proper playback and recording. Also be careful that
a DVD-RAM disc may get scratched or dirt when removed from
cartridge then put back in after use.
Storage
Make sure that discs are kept in their cases. If discs are piled on
top of one another without their protective
cases, they can be
damaged.
Do not put discs in a location
where they may be
exposed to direct sunlight,
or in a place where the humidity
or
temperature
is high. Avoid leaving discs in your cart
Maintenance
of discs
If there are fingerprints
or other dirt
adhering to a disc, wipe with a soft dry
cloth, moving from the centre outwards.
If a disc is difficult
to clean, wipe with a
cloth moistened
with water. Never use
Place the disc on the disc tray with the label side facing up.
Since disc size changes depending
on the disc to be played
back, be sure to correctly
align the disc with the grooves for its
size. If the disc is not in its groove, it may be scratched or
otherwise
damaged.
To insert an 8 cm disc, [)lace it according
the inner groove.
DVD-RAM
discs contained
Double-sided
Remove
to
in cartridges
discs:
the disc from
the cartridge.
Align
the disc with
grooves on the disc tray as shown in the illustration
with the side you wish to play back or record facing
insert the disc with "Side
recorded
on the side A.
A" facing
down,
the
and insert
down. If you
programmes
are
Single-sided
Remove
grooves
with
discs:
the disc from the cartridge.
Align the disc with the
on the disc tray as shown in the illustration
and insert
the label side facing
up.
NOTE:
qb prevent accidental
erasure of important
recordings,
slide the
protect tab to the protect position
using a ballpoint
pen, etc.
Release the protect tab to record, edit, or perform other
operations.
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record cleaners, petrol,
anti-static
agents.
alcohol
or any
CAUTION
Sometimes during playback,
noise may appear or irrlages
may be garbled. This is sometimes
due to the disc. (It may not
be up to industry standards.)
These symptoms
are caused by the discs, not by the
malfunction
of the unit.
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INDEX
FRONTVIEW
O
0
O
O
O
O
O
O
Infrared Beam Receiving Window
Front Display Panel _ pg, 14
Disc Tray
Open/Close Button (___)_ pg. 1 1
Stop Button (11)u pg. 35, 57
Play Button (1_) _ pg. 35
Pause Button (11)_ pg. 35
Recording Mode Button (REC MODE) _ pg. 57
[b access covered
C011 nector
connectors,
pull and opeil
cover.
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O Record Button (O) _ pg. 57
Standby/On Button (_b/I (STANDBY/ON))
q[DS-video/Video/Audio Input Connectors
(S-VIDEO/VIDEO/AUDIO (L/R)) _ pg. 88
DV Input connector (DV IN (|,*)) _ pg. 86
* F, (i.LinkJ
extensions
the LLink
letels
to the IEEE1394_1995
theleoL
standald.
The _, Io_o
industl
7 speciti_tion
is used k_l ploducts
complL_nt
and
with
EN13
REARVIEW
@
ENN_
CO_(_E_nr-
OUTPUT
I{
I]t Antenna Input Connector (ANTENNA
IN)
_ pg. 18
O Component Video Output Connectors
(COMPONENT
OUTPUT) z__pg. 20
O Video/Audio
Output Con nectors (VIDEO/
AUDIO OUTPUT) z__pg. 18, 19, 20, 89
O S-video Input Connector (S-VIDEO INPUT)
_ pg. 19
O Video/Aud io In put Con nectors (VI D EO/AU D IO
INPUT (L-I/L-2))
_ pg. 89
O Cable Box Control Connector (CABI E BOX)
_ pg. 29, 32
O AV COMPU I.INK Connector _¢ pg. 100
O Region Number Label _:_ pg. 8
0 Mains Power Cord _:_ pg. 18
_) Antenna Output Connector (ANTENNA OUT)
_ pg. 18
• S-video Output Connector (S-VIDEO OUTPUT)
z__pg. 19
11_Digital Audio Output Connectors
(DIGIIAL OUT (COAXIAl!OPTICAl.))
_ pg. 90, 95
Cooling Fan
•
This pievents
time tempelature
Do not H'movl'
it.
•
Install
•
Time cooling
the
unit so as not to Nod<
unit is tulned
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from
fan on time rear
off in the
of the
fl)llowing
Hsing
inside
the area alound
unit
time unit.
the fan.
may be activatt,d
cases;
in the REC LINK standby mode (_ _ pg. 71)
when "AUTO CLOCK" is set to "ON" (Z#_ pg. 24)
even
if the
14EN
INDEX
(cont.)
FRONT
DISPLAY
PANEL
0 Disc Type/Status
a disc is loaded,
When
a disc is running,
During
High-Speed
During
Slow Motion:
While
recording:
While
paused:
O Recording Mode Indicator (XP/SP/I P/EP/FR)
_ pg. 58
Indicator
When
the type of the disc is indicated.
the disc
Search:
While stopped:
While resume stopped:
While the disc tray opened:
No disc on the disc tray:
Blinks when recording
While
"FR" is blinking,
marks rotate.
Rotate faster than normal
playback,
Rotate slower than normal
playback,
Inner red ring lights in the same
way as normal playback.
During
Instant Timer Recording
(ITR),
inner red ring slowly blinks.
Disc marks blink when either
recording
or playing back.
Disc marks all light.
Disc marks all blink.
Disc marks all light out.
Disc marks all light out.
O VR Mode Indicator __:"pg. 101
Eights when
a DVD-RW
O Timer Recording
disc is formatted
Indicator
in VR mode.
z__pg. 60, 64, 66, 69
_:
Lights when a disc set up for On-Disc
Programing
is loaded,
Q:
Eights when timer
Timer Programing
executed.
Lights when
, ,
-'k¢_-:
Timer
recording
other than On-Disc
is on stand-by or being
On-Disc
Timer
Programing
stand-by or being execute((,
Blinks quickly if you press (D (TIMER)
following
cases;
• Disc is not loaded.
• Clod< has not been set.
• There is no program setting.
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is on
in the
mode is being set.
the left 3 digits of the Multi
(([_ _) indicate
After the value
setting values ranging from "60"
has been set, only "ER" lights.
Groupfritle
Indicator
(GRPfrlTLE)
Display
to "480".
_" pg. 9, 49
"GRP" or "TITLE" lights depending
on a disc loaded while
the left 2 digits of the Multi Display (_) indicate
the numbers
explained
below,
"GRP':
Total number of groups or group number being
played back are displayed
on the Multi Display,
"TITLE": Total number of titles or title number being played
back are displayed
on the Multi Display.
O Track/Chapter Indicator (TRK/CHAP) _ pg. 9, 49
"TRK" or "CHAP"
lights depending
on a disc loaded while
the 3rd and 4th digits from the left of the Multi Display (_))
indicate the numbers explained
below.
"TRK':
[btal number of tracks or track number being
played back are displayed
on the Multi Display.
"CHAP":
Chapter number being played back are displayed
on the Multi Display.
GRP _
VCD
TRK CHAP
XPSPLPEPFR
-RW
DVD
-RAN_
O Simulated Surround Effect Indicator (3D)
_ pg. 50
Eights when a simulated
Play Set Up menu.
surround
Linear PCM Indicator
effect
is set to "3D-ON"
([])Video Output Indicator (@) _ pg. 103
No display:
in
Indicates
Lights when "XP MODE REC AUDIO"
is set to "LINEAR
PCM" (_ pg. 98) for recording with DVD-RAM,
DVD-R
DVD-RW
discs, and when Iinear PCM audio is played.
and
O Random/Program Playback Mode Indicator
(RND/PRGM)
"RND':
Eights when
Random
Playback
mode
is set.
"PRGM":
(_
pg. 52)
Eights when
(z_" pg. 52)
Program
Playback
mode
is set.
_) Repeat Mode Indicator (C3/1/A-B) _ pg. 48, 49
Select Repeat Playback mode in Play Set Up menu.
"_Z3":
Whole disc is played back repeatedly.
"_,Z_I ":
A single title/chapter/track
is played back
repeatedly.
"OA
B":
The selected part (AB)
is played back
repeatedly.
No display:
Repeat Playback mode is off.
that interlace
mode
Indicates that progressive
_ lights when video output
progressive
(LPCM)
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[j_:
(Example)
is engaged.
mode is engage(].
mode is in
mode.
Group/I-itle Number Display _ pg. 9, 49
@)Track/Chapter Number Display _ pg. 9, 49
([]) Remaining
Time/Elapsed
Time Indicator
_ pg. 38, 58
Lights when remaining
time of DVD-RAM,
DVD-R and
DVD-RW
discs is displayed,
and lights out when elapsed
time is displayed.
The right 6 digits of the Multi Display (_)) indicate elapsed
remaining
time of each track.
No display:
Indicates elapsed time of the disc.
Displayed:
Indicates remaining
time of the disc.
_]) Remaining Time/Elapsed Time Display
_ pg. 38, 58
Multi Display
Displays
clock,
received
channel,
remaining
time.
Also displays status of the unit (NO
READING).
elapsed
time,
and
DISC/OPEN/CLOSE/
or
] 6EN
INDEX
(cont.)
ON-SCREEN
DISPLAY
When "SUPERIMPOSE"
is set to "AUTO"
and ON SCREEN on the Remote is pressed in Record mode, various
operational
indicators appear on the TV screen. Tb clear the operational
indicators, press ON SCREEN again.
DVD,RAM
O Disc Display
Displays the type of the disc loaded on the disc tray.
O Title Number*
Displays number of the title currently being played back.
O Playback Operation Status Indicator*
Indicates playback operation status by pictographs.
O Playback Time*
Displays playback time of the title currently being played
back.
O Recording Mode
Displays recording mode as XP, SP, LP, EP, FR, FR60 FR360,
FR420 and FR480. Current recording mode is displayed
during recording, and recording mode in which the program
was recorded is displayed during playback. The recording
mode is not displayed during play list playback.
O Title Number
Displays playback title number during playback, and
recording title number during recording.
* During Live Memory playback, playback ope_ation status is
displayed. During nom_al playback, the multi_ hannel
encoding method is displayed.
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O Chapter Number
Displays playback chapter number during playback, and
recording chapter number during recording.
0 Clock Display
O Bar Meter Display _ pg. 43
Displays playback point and other information
in bar meten
_) Title Name Display
Displays title name newly registered to the title recorded on
DVD-RAM/RW/R discs, or file name of IPEG and MP3 files.
• Operation Status Indicator
Indicates operation status by pictographs. (Also indicates its
speed for forward high-speed search, reverse high-speed
search and slow motion.)
Time Display
Displays single title playback elapsed time, single track playback
elapsed time, single track remaining time, total elapsed time,
total remaining time, and other information in turn.
@ Audio Display
Displays audio that is being input.
Input Display
Displays currently selected input.
EN17
REMOTE
t]) Recording Mode Button (REC MODE) _ pg. 57
Live Check Button dIVE CHECK) _ pg. 44
1_ISet Up Button (SET UP) u pg. 28
Display Button (DISPLAY) _ pg. 16, 38, 43, 58
Audio Button (AUDIO) _ pg. 39
@)Subtitle Button (SUBTIILE) _ pg. 39
TV/CABI.E/DBS/DVD switch _ pg. 28
I_ DVD Standby/On Button (DVD _/I (STANDBY/
ON))
I_t TV/CA BI.E/D BS Standby/O n Butto n (TV/C BI./D BS
¢/1(S rANDBY/ON)) _ pg. 92
I_ TV Volume Button (TV VOLUME +/-/_
pg. 92
I_ Channel Button (CH +/-) _ pg. 94
I_ Memo Button (MEMO) _ pg. 74, 81, 85
Mark Button (MARK) _ pg. 38
_I Satellite Auto Recording Button (REC I.INK)
_ pg. 71
_ Timer Button (® (TIMER)) _ pg. 61, 65
Navigation Button (NAVIGATION) _ pg. 72
_ D Button _ pg. 22, 44
Enter Button (ENTER)_ pg. 22
!_ Return Button (RETURN) _ pg. 40, 60
_) Forward Skip Button (_1_1)_ pg. 36, 44
Next Button (NEXT) _ pg. 40
_) Forward Search Button (1_I_) _ pg. 37, 44
Forward Slow Button (SLOW +) _ pg. 37
_1 Play Button (I_ (PLAY)) z__pg. 35
Select Button (SEI.ECT)
@1Pause Button (11 (PAUSE))z__pg. 35, 44
@IStop Button (11) _ pg. 35, 44, 57, 86
Clear Button (CLEAR) _ pg. 37, 60
!_ Skip Search Button (_,_) _ pg. 37, 44
Open/Close Button (A (OPEN/CLOSE)) _ pg. 11
_) One Touch Replay Button (_) _ pg. 44, 45
(D Play Set Up Button (ON SCREEN)_ pg. 46
(D Progressive Scan Button (PROGRESSIVESCAN)
_ pg. 103
I_ Angle Button (ANGLE) _ pg. 39
How
To Use
Before use, insert two AA size batteries into the Remote with
the polarity
((Z) and O) matched correctly
as indicated
on
OTV Muting Button (TV MUTING) _ pg. 92
TV/VIDEO Button _ pg. 58
t81Number Keys _ pg. 36, 53, 57, 60, 91
Character Keys _ pg. 76
O DBS Button _ pg. 65
O Auxiliary Button (AUX) _ pg. 65
0 Cancel Button (X (CANCEl.))
_ pg. 53, 60, 69, 85
O Program Check Button (PROG/CHECK) _ pg. 69
OVCR Plus+ Button _ pg. 60
OR)p Menu Button (TOP MENU) _ pg. 36
_
Button _ pg. 28
lID Menu Button (MENU) _ pg. 36
Reverse Skip Button (1_1_1)
_ pg. 36, 44
Previous Button (PREVIOUS) _ pg. 40
!_) Reverse Search Button (_1_1) _ pg. 37, 44
Reverse Slow Button (SLOW -) _ pg. 37
Record Button (0 (REC)) _ pg. 57
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the battery
compartment
or on the lid.
The Remote can operate most of your unit's functions,
as well
as basic functions
of TV sets of JVC and other brands.
(_-_ pg. 92)
• Point the Remote
toward
• The maximum
operating
about 8 m. (26.25fl)
the remote
distance
sensor.
of the remote
control
is
NOTES:
• When inserting the batteries, be sure to insert in the correct
directions
as indicated
under the battery cover.
• If the Remote doesn't work properly, remove its batteries,
wait for approximately
5 minutes,
then try operating the unit again.
replace
the batteries
and
18
EN
INSTALLING
Basic
Connections
It's essential
YOUR
that your unit be properly
THESE STEPS MUST
BE COMPLETED
VIDEO
CAN
OPERATION
NEW
UNIT
connected.
BEFORE ANY
BE PERFORMED.
Antenna or Cable
Check lhe c0nlenls.
Coaxial cable
Make sure the package contains all of the accessories
listed in "SPECIFICAYIONS"
on page 109.
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I
F_
I
._
:Flat
feeder
Place the unit on a stable,
Matching
transformer
(not supplied)
I_1
AUDIO/VIDEO
horizontal
surface.
Connecttheunit to a TV.
AC Outlet
ANTENNA
OUTPUT
AC Power Cord
T
[]
[]
[]
[]
OUT
Audio/video
Installtheunit.
Disconnect
the TV antenna from the IV.
Connect the TV antenna cable to the ANTENNA
IN
connector
on the rear panel of the unit.
Connect the supplied RF cable between the
ANTENNA
OUT connector
on the rear panel of the
unit and the TV's antenna connector.
Connect the supplied audio/video
cable between the
AUDIO/VIDEO
OUTPUT connectors
on the rear
panel of the unit and the TV's audio/video
input
connectors.
• Set your TV to AV mode.
• For switching the TV's mode, refer to the instruction manual of
your TV.
cable
(supplied)
_,Fcable
Connecttheunit to power source.
(supplied)
]b Audio/video
input connectors
Plug
the end
of the AC power
cord
into
an AC outlet.
This
unit performs
Plug & Play Set automatically.
(_-_" pg. 21 )
• The clock and tuner channels will automatically
be set when
the antenna is connected
and when the AC power cord is first
connected
to an AC outlet. (If "AUTO"
and the channel
To 75 ohm
Terminal
TV
indicator
are displayed
on the front display panel before the
unit is powered on, the clock an(] tuner channels are being set
automatkally,
Wait for the time to be displayed
on the front
display panel before turning on the unit,)
NOTES:
• It requires the RF (-onne(tion to enjoy TV programs.
• The playback image is not displayed without one of the
following: A/V, S-Video, or Component Video connection.
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EN19
S-VIDEO
Connection
IITo connect
connectors
to TV's S-VIDEO
[]
[]
Connect the antenna, unit and TV as per "Basic
Connections"
(_-_ pg. 18).
Connect the unit's S-VIDEO OUTPU1- connector
[]
the TV's S-VIDEO input connector.
Connect the unit's AUDIO OUIPUT
or Cable
TV's AUDIO
I
_
connectors
to
to the
input connectors.
Connecttheunit to power source.
Flat feeder
I
I
Plug
Matching
transformer
of the AC power
cord
into
an AC outlet.
AC Outlet
ANTENNA
OUTPUT
AC Power
Cord T
This
(_:_ pg. 21 )
be set when
the antenna is connected
and when the AC power cord
connected
to an AC outlet. (If "AUTO"
and the channel
S-VIDEO OUTPUT
A_DIO
the end
unit performs
Plug & Play Set automatically.
• The clock and tuner channels will automatically
(not supplied)
[
input
Connecttheunit to a TV.
Antenna
I
input and AUDIO
is first
indicator
are displayed
on the front display panel before the
unit is powered on, the dock an(] tuner channels are being set
automatically.
Wait for the time to be displayed
on the front
display panel before turning on the unit.)
NOTES:
ANTENNA
OUT
S-Video
Yellow:
Not con nected
Audio/video
(supplied)
cable
(not supplied)
To Audio input
_onnectors
]b S-VIDEO
nput
cable
connector
]b 75 ohm
]_rminal
TV
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• You _an obtain high-quality
S-VHS pictures,
• If your IV is not stereo-capable,
use the unit's AUDIO
OUTPUT
connectors
to connect to an audio amplifier
Hi-Fi stereo sound reproduction.
• For switching
the TV's video input mode, refer to the
instruction
manual of your television.
for
20
EN
INSTALLING
Component
Video
Connection
Component
video
connection
component
video
pictures,
IITo
Coaxial
]
Matching
Flat feeder
video
input
high-quality
connectors
[]
connectors
to the TV's component
video input
connectors.
Connect the unit's AUDIO OUIPUT
connectors
F_
to the
input connectors.
Connecttheunit to power source.
transformer
(not supplied)
COMPONENT
to TV's component
you to obtain
(cont.)
[]
TV's AUDIO
._
enables
UNIT
Perform [] -[]
in step [] in "Basic Connections"
g-_ pg. 18).
Connect the unit's COMPONENT
OUTPUI
or Cable
cable
connect
NEW
Connecttheunit to TV.
[]
Antenna
YOUR
OUTPUT
AC Outlet
Plug the end of the AC power cord into all AC outlet, lhis
unit performs Plug & Play Set automatically.
(_7 _pg. 21 )
• The clock an(] tuner channels will automatically be set when
the antenna is connected
and when the AC power cord is first
connected
to an AC outlet. (if "AUTO"
an(] the channel
indicator
are displayed
on the front display panel before the
unit is powered on, the clock an(] tuner channels are being set
automatically.
Wait for the time to be displayed
on the front
display panel before turning on the unit.)
ANTENNA
IN
NOTES:
,,_N
Component
cable
Video
ot_-:_':):n
n e (ted
Audio/video
cable
(supplied)
(not supplied)
To Component
Video Input
connectors
R) 75 ohm
Terminal
TV
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To audio
con
nectors
input
• If your 1-V is not stereo-capable,
use the unit's AUDIO
OUTPUT
connectors
to connect to an audio amplifier
Hi-Fi stere() sound reproduction.
• For switching
the TV's vide() input mode, refer to the
instruction
manual of your television.
for
This unit sets the clock and tuner channels automatically
when AC power cord is first connected
to an AC outlet.
The antenna cable must be connected
for the Plug & Play
setting.
The time and date can be set automatically
by the clock
setting data transmitted from one of the regular TV
broadcast channels. We call this TV channel the "host
Plug& PlaySet
AutoClockSet/AutoTunerSet
ATTENTION:
channel"
• [f you use a cable
box,
Plug&Play
will
not function;
clock and tuner channels separately. (_-2" pg. 24 - 27)
• Depending
on areas or reception
conditions,
the unit may
not receive the Auto clock setting data from the PBS
channel.
If this function
is taking a considerable
amount
time, it may be necessary to perform
Manual
Clock Set procedure.
the Semiauto
and it is a PBS channel
in your area.
set the
of
or
PerformPlug& Play setup.
Connect the antenna cable to the unit. (_:(" pg. 18) Then
connect the AC power cord to an AC outlet. Do not turn
on the unit.
[he
clock
and tuner
channels
will
be set automatically.
NOTES:
• Auto Clock Set is performed
first.
"AUTO"
blinks on the front display
Set.
panel
during
Auto
Clock
• Auto Channel Set is performed
next. Auto Channel Set scans
all the channels that are receivable
by your unit. During Auto
Channel Set, the channel numbers are displayed
as they are
scanned and set.
• When Plug & Play setting has been complete
successfully,
the
correct clock time is displayed.
If you perform Plug & Play
setting successfully,
there is no need to perform "Clock Set"
(_-_" pg. 24) and "Tuner Set" (_-_" pg. 26). If, however, you want
to add or delete channels,
refer to "Manual
Channel
Set"
(_-_" pg. 27).
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During Auto Clock
"AUTO"
blinks.
If an incorrect
Set
clock
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T'i-_
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During Auto Channel
Set
The channel
numbers are displayed
they are scanned and set.
time or "- -:-
-"
appears
on the front
display
i,i ia a i ag._i
(ZrUU
I till
panel,
as
see "What
Plug&Play Completed
The current time is displayed.
to do if Plug & Play setting
failed"
below.
INFORMATION
• If "AUTO CLOCK"
is set to "ON"
(c__"pg. 24), the clock will be adjusted automatically
by the host channel every hour (except
11:00 PM, midnight,
1:00 AM and 2:00 AM) using the incoming
PBS channel clock setting data. ([his automatic
clock
adjustment
can only be performed
when the unit is turned off. ['he clock will be adjusted just on these hours -- on the time
displayed
on the front display panel, not on the actual real time.) The default setting of "AUTO
CLOCK"
• [f the memory
backup fails, because a power outage occurs or because the AC power cord is unplugged,
performed
when power is restored to the unit.
What
to do if
• If an inconect
is "ON".
(_-(" pg. 24)
Plug & Play will be
Plug & Play setting
time
is displayed
adjacent
time zone, or
or "Manual
Clock Set"
• [f "
:
" appears on
PBS signal available
in
failed
on the front display
panel, you may be receiving the clock setting data of a PBS channel from an
an incorrect
PBS channel from a cable TV system. In this case, perform "Semiauto
Clock Set" (_-(" pg. 24)
(_-_" pg. 25).
the front display panel, your antenna cable may not be connected
to the unit or there may not be a Host
your area. Ensure that the antenna cable is connected
correctly.
[.hen turn on and off the unit; the Plug &
Play setting will be automatically
correctly,
perform
"Manual
Clock
reactivated.
If Plug & Play setting is not performed
though the antenna cable is connected
Set" (_-(" pg. 25) and "Auto Channel Set" (_-(" pg. 26) or "Manual
Channel Set" (_-(" pg. 27).
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EN
INITIAL
Language
• Turn oil the unit.
I_1
SETTINGS
Selectthedesiredlanguage.
[]
Press zZT, to move the arrow to "ON
[]
lANGUAGE",
then press ENTER.
Press z"_ to select your desired language,
ENTER.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
L_e
(cont.)
SCREEN
then press
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
TvD ....
Menu/Audio/Subtith
Language
Set
Some DVD discs contain the DVD menu display, audio
and subtitles in multiple languages. With these discs, you
can set the default language as you like.
• The procedure shows how to set "MENU [ ANGUAGE"
as an example.
_
CZD CZD (2D)
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
YenPlu_Pn0_6HECK
nECLINKTIMEn
TOPr,IENU
,,u_'
r_'lC4_10_
,,,,,
r_E_U
nETunN
Press SET UP.
_
Accessthe "LANGUAGESET"screen.
PREVl0US
CE_3
SLOW- PL_¥,_LECT SLOW÷
[]
C_En
REC
_IODE
LI_E'
CHECK
SITUP
o 0q0,ZN
[]
SETUP
_00®
I_1
[]
On-screen
Language
Set
This unit offers you the rhoice to view on-screen
messages in 3 different languages.
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press SET UP.
[]
[]
then press ENTER.
Press < _" to move the
arrow to "LANGUAGE
SET", then press ENTER.
JVC
_
Press < _" to move the
arrow to "DVD SET UP',
Accessthe "DISPLAYSET"screen.
Press _ _" to move the
arrow to "FUNCTION
SET
UP', then press ENTER.
Press _ _" to move the
arrow to "DISP[AY
SET",
then press ENTER.
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Selectthedesiredlanguage.
Press/'\T,
to move the arrow to "MENU
[.ANGUAGE',
then press ENTER.
• See "language Code List" (_ pg. 23).
[] Press/'\V
to select your desired language,
ENTER.
L_e
then press
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
NOTE:
When the selected language is not awfilable on the disq the
•g /
dl_c
s detault
menu language is played back.
Language
CodeList
AA
AB
Afar
Abkhazian
IK
IN
[nupiak
indonesian
RN
RO
Kirundi
Rumanian
AF
AM
Afrikaans
Ameharic
IS
IW
icelandic
Hebrew
RU
RW
Russian
AR
AS
Arabic
Assamese
J[
jw
Yiddish
Javanese
SA
SD
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
AY
AZ
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
KA
KK
Georgian
Kazakh
SG
SH
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
KI
KM
Greenlandic
Cambodian
SI
SK
Singhalese
Slovak
KN
KO
Kannada
SI
SM
Slovenian
Samoan
SN
SO
Shona
Somali
BA
BE
BG
BH
BI
BN
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bangla
KS
KU
Korean (KOR)
Kashmiri
Kurdish
KY
LA
Kirghiz
Latin
SQ
SR
Albanian
Serbian
BO
BR
Bengali,
Tibetan
Breton
CA
CO
Catalan
Corsican
LN
kO
Lingala
Laothian
SS
ST
Siswati
Sesotho
CS
CY
DZ
El
EO
ET
EU
FA
Czech
Welsh
Bhutani
Greek
lithuanian
Eiji
SU
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZU
Sundanese
Swahili
Tamil
FJ
FO
FY
GA
GD
GL
GN
GU
HA
HI
HR
HU
HY
IA
IE
IT
IV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MS
MT
MY
NA
NE
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
PT
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Faroese
Frisian
irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
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RM
Latvian, [ettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay (MAY)
Maltese
Burnlese
Nauru
Nepali
Occitan
(Alan)
Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Taga log
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
24
EN
INITIAL
ClockSet
Perform clock setting only
correctly
by the Plug&Play
SETTINGS
if the clock
setting.
(cont.)
has not been
set
Semiauto
ClockSet
• Furn on tile unit.
• [urn on the/V
and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
You can change the host channel/D.S.T.
time zone setting manually.
(Daylight
Saving lime)/
NOTE:
The time set previously will be erased when "AUTO CLOCK",
"HOST CH', "D.S.T." or "TIME ZONE" setting is changed.
TV_OVO
TV
TV _21_TA_Oi3_id_i
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press
I_1
[]
_
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vcR_u_pRCC_HECK
REC
LINKTIMER
[]
SET UP,
Accessthe "CLOCKSET"screen.
Press < _ to select
"INITIAl. SE[ UP", then
press ENTER.
Press 4 _ to select
"CLOCK
ENTER.
[NT[iR
SET", then press
PnEVlOUS
{Z_3
SLOW= pt_ySSEtECTSTOW÷
I_1
[]
Press/'\V
[]
press ENTER.
Press/'\V
until "ON"
RECMODE
UVECHECK
_
oooo
SETUP
SETUP
DBpL_y ONSOnEEN _l_
_)00®
L_e
dVC
Set "AUTOCLOCK"to "ON".
to move
the arrow
to "AU IO CLOCK",
is selected,
then
press
then
ENTER.
Selectthehostchannel.
You can either
number.
select "AU 10" or enter
a PBS channel
[]
Press i\V
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\V
to select "AU ]O" or the desired
channel
to move the arrow to "HOSI
numbeb
CH",
then
PBS
then press ENTER.
NOTE:
Some PBS channels do not transmit clock setting data.
_
Selectthe D.S.T.mode.
[]
Press/\V
ENTER.
to move the arrow to "D.S.I.",
[]
Press/'\V
ENTER.
to select the desired
then press
setting, then press
AUTO: Select if you want to adjust your unit's clock
automatically
by the incoming
signal from the
host channeh Be sure to select the correct time
ON:
OFF:
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zone manually
in step 1_!.
Adjustment
will be made by the buih-in
itself.
Select when
to you.
Daylight
Saving lime
clock
does not apply
_t
ManualClockSet
Selectthe time zone.
[]
Press/\V
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\V
to select "AUTO"
to move the arrow to "lIME
ZONE",
or the desired
then press ENTER. Each time you press/\
zone changes as follows:
then
time zone,
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press SET UP.
,,T, the time
_--AUT0..-,ATLANTI
C..-, EASTE
RN-,-,CENTRAL-,-,
MOUNTAIN*-,PACl
FIC*-,ALASKA-,-,HAWAI
I-,-,
(backto the beginning)
_
[]
NOTE:
Accessthe "CLOCKSET"screen.
Press
_ to select
"INITIAl. SET UP', then
press ENTEr.
Press <" _" to select
If an incorre_-t time is displayed by the Plug & Play fum-tion, you
may be receiving the clock setting data of a PBSchannel from an
adjacent time zone or from an incorrect PBS channel from a
cable TV system. If you selected "AUTO" for the host channel in
step I_'1be sure to select the correct time zone manually.
[]
_
I_1
Completethe SemiautoClockSet.
Press SET UP to return to normal
screen.
"CLOCK
ENTEr.
[]
[]
IMPORTANT:
Set "AUTOCLOCK"to "OFF".
Press/\V
to move the
arrow to "AUTO CLOCK",
then press ENTEr.
Press/\V
to select "OFF",
then press ENTEr.
Turn off the unit after performing Serniauto Clock. "AUTO"
will appear on the front display panel while the clock is
being set. The current clock time will appear automatically
when the clock setting is complete.
Lqset
AUTO
DAYLIGHT
SAVING
SET", then press
time, date andyear.
TIME
"]'his function
enables autonlatic
adjustnlent
of the unit's
clock at the start and end of Daylight
Saving Time.
With Auto DST activated,
on the first Sunday of April at 2:00 AM, the clock is
adjusted to 3:00 AM.
on the last Sunday of October at 2:00 AM, the clock is
adjusted to 1:00 AM.
NOTE:
Timer re_-ording may not function correctly at the time
Daylight Saving Time is adjusted.
[]
Press/'\V
ENTEr.
to move the arrow to "TIME",
[]
Press i\V
until the desired time appears, then press
ENTER. Set the date and year in the same way.
• Holding/\V
changes the time in 30-minute intervals, or
changes the date in 15-day intervals.
_
SelectD.S.T.mode.
[] Press/\V to move the arrow to "D.S.T.", then press
ENTER.
[] Press z'\V to select the desired setting, then press
ENTEr.
011:
OFF:
Adjustment
itself.
Select when
will
be made by the built-in
Daylight
_!
Press
Start clock.
SET UP and normal
clock
Saving Time does not apply
to you.
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then press
screen
appears.
26"EN
INITIAL
(cont.)
AutoChannel
Set
[unerSet
Perform
Auto
correctly
elurn
SETTINGS
Channel
Set only
by the Plug&Play
if dlannels
have not been set
setting.
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
oil the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
TV_DVD
w
w
f o/ _TANO_Y76_'
Press SET UP.
I_1
[]
Accessthe "TUNERSET"screen.
Press
_ to select
"INITIAl.
[]
press
Press
SET UP",
then
ENTER.
_ _ to select
"TUNER
SET",
then
press
ENTER.
I_1
PerformAutoChannelSet.
v_n Plu_Pn0G_H_
nECLINKTIMEn
MENU
nETURN
PREVIOUS
SLOW- P_SE_ECT SLOW+
Press/"_V
to move
to "AUTO
CH
press ENTER.
automatically
SET",
the
arrow
then
You can
set the
receivable
channels
in your
area in the order of their
frequencies.
REC_ODE
LIVECHECK
_
SITUP
0000
_00®
• When Auto Channel Set is complete,
appears on the IV screen.
• [f the scan was unsuccessful,
"SCAN
SIGNAL-"
appears on screen. Check
again.
dVC
L_e
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
INFORMATION
]he
unit selects the correct band (TV or CATV) automatically
during Auto Channel Set. [he selected band will be
displayed
on the right side of "BAND"
on the Tuner Set
screen.
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"SCAN
COMPLETED"
COMPLETED
the connections
NO
and start
EN27
ManualChannelSet
TV_DVD
You can add the channels you want or delete the dlannels you
do not want manually,
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
0--9_
Press SET UP.
I_1
[]
_
CED CED CiZ))
vcRplu_pR_HECK
nECLINK
TIMEn
_'° INTER
[]
Accessthe "TUNERSET"screen.
Press < _" to select
"INIEIAI. SE] UP", then
press ENTER.
Press _ _" to select
"FUNER
ENTER.
SET", then press
pREVIOUS
SLOW= pt_Y;SEI£GT SLO_¢÷
I_1
RECrCODE
UVECHECK
_
SETUP
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SETUP
-,_
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®
Accessthe ManualChannelSet screen.
Press/\T,
to move the arrow
then press ENTER.
L_eAdd
to "MANUAL
CH SE1",
or skip thedesiredchannels.
JVC
To add channels
[] Press i\V to move the
arrow to "CH',
ENTER.
[]
then press
Press the number keys to
select a channel number
you want to add, then
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\V
to move the arrow
[]
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\_
to select "ADD", then press ENTER.
Repeat []
[] to add other channels.
to "ADD/SKIP",
To skip channels
[] Press/'\V
to move the arrow to "CH',
ENTER.
[]
then press
[]
Press the number keys to select a channel number you
want to skip, then press ENTER.
Press i\V to move the arrow to "ADD/SKIP",
then
[]
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\V
to select "SK]P', then press ENTER.
Repeat [] - [] to skip other channels.
_
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
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EN
INITIAL
MonitorSet
{The boldface
your
•
You call select the monitor type depending
on the TV
used when you play back DVD VIDEO discs recorded for
wide-screen
TVs.
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
settings
SETTINGS
in the table below
indicate
(cont.)
the settings
purchase.)
MONITORTYPE
4:3LB(LetterBoxconversion):
Select this when the aspect ratio of your TV is
4:3 (conventional
TV). While viewing a wide
screen picture, the black bars appear on the
top and the bottom of the screen.
4:3PS(Pan&Scan):
Select this when the aspect ratio of your TV is
4:3 (conventional
TV). While viewing a wide
screen picture, the black bars do not appear;
however, the left and right edges of the
pictures will not be shown on the screen.
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press SET UP.
16:9AUTO(Widetelevisionconversion):
F_
[]
[]
Select this when
1 6:9 (wide TV).
Accessthe "VIDEO IN/OUT" screen.
16:9FIX(Widetelevisionconversion):
Press _ _ to move the
arrow to "FUNCTION
SET
Select this when the aspect ratio of your TV is
fixed to 16:9 (wide TV). The unit automatically
adjusts the screen width of the output signal
correctly
when playing back a picture whose
aspect ratio is 4:3.
UP', then press ENTER.
Press % _" to move the
arrow to "VIDEO
IN/
OUT",
then press ENTER.
Pan&Scan/Letter
I_1
Selectthe desiredoption.
[]Press _V
ENTER.
[]Press_ZV
ENTER.
L_e
to select"MONITOR
the aspect ratio of your TV is
TYPE",thenpress
to selectthe desired option, thenpress
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
Box
In general, DVD VIDEO disc are produced
for a wide-screen
TV with 16:9 aspect ratio.
Material
with this ratio will not fit to a TV with 4:3 aspect
ratio. There are two styles to display the image, "Pan&Scan"
(PS) an(] "Letter Box" (IB).
Pan&Scan
The right and left side of the image are
cut off. The image fills the screen.
• The picture will be shown in the
"4:3LB"
mode depending
on the disc
even if the "4:3PS"
mode is selected.
Letter
Box
Bla_k bands appear at the top and
bottom of the image. The image itself
appears in 16:9 aspect ratio.
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EN29
CableBoxControl
Setting
Place the cable box on top of the unit. Attach the unit's
Controller
to the top of the unit with the Controller's
transmitter
pointed towards the cable box's remote
sensor.
The following
procedure is required if you receive your
TV channels through a cable box (descrambler).
The
Controller
allows the unit to automatically
switch the
cable box channel during timer recording. The Controller
is effective for recording broadcasts that have been
programed
using "VCR Plus+ _'Timer Programing"
1=_"pg. 60) or "Manual
Timer Programing"
(=_" pg. 64).
Installing
Controller
ATTENTION:
The Controller
can also control
a DBS receiver.
If both
Installa Controller.
a cable
box and a DBS receiver are used, position the Controller
so its
signal reaches the remote sensors of both the cable box and DBS
receiver.
Place a Controller
so that the path between its transmitter
and the cable box's remote sensor is unobstructed.
_
Cable box
Attachthe Controller.
Fix securely using the adhesive
of the Controller.
I_1
strip attached
on the back
Make connections.
If your cable
counectors
box does not have audio/video
output
Connect the RF output connector on the cable box to the
ANTENNA
IN connector on the rear of your unit.
Your unit
If your cable box has audio/video output connectors
Connect an audio/video
cable between the AUDIO/
VIDEO INPUT connectors
on the rear of the unit and the
Controller
(suggested
locations)
audio/video
Cable box
output
connectors
on the cable
box.
NOTE:
When connecting your cable box, refer to its instruction manual.
]b RF output
Controller
To Audio/
video
L_e
output
Connect
Transmitter
ConnecttheControllerto unit.
the Controller
to the CABI£
BO× connector
on
the rear paneh
or
To
ANTENNA
IN
To
AUDIO/
VIDEO
• ,INPUT
How to control
bOX,
I
Your unit
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the cable box
This unit has two separate methods to control your cable
• The unit's wireless Remote can control your cable box.
This eliminates the need for a separate cable box's Remote.
• The unit's Controller can also vontrol your cable box. [his
allows the unit to change your cable box's channel number
during timer recording.
Each method must be set up separately. |o set up the unit's
Remote, refer to page 93. lb set up the Controller, go to
page 30.
30EN
INITIAL
SETTINGS
(cont.)
Settingcablebox'sbrandandchannel
TV_DVD
After installation,
correctly;
correctly.
set the cable
otherwise,
box's brand
the Controller
cannot
and channel
work
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
Turnon thecablebox.
__)
vcRplu_ PROG_HeCK
nECLINKTIMEn
TOPMENU
_VI_rlON
MENU
nETURN
Turn oil the cable box's power.
I_1
Press SET UP.
PREVIOUS
I_1
REC_IODE
LIVECHECK
_'_
SETUP
0000
_00®
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
_
[]
_ETUP
O,_,_r_
0,_,EE,
_0_
JVC
Accessthe "CABLEBOXSET"screen.
Press <" _ to move the
arrow to "INITIAL SET
[]
UP", then press ENTER.
Press <" _ to move the
arrow to "STB SET", then
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\V
to move the
arrow to "CABLE BOX
SET", then press ENTEr.
L_e
Selectthecablebox's channel.
Your selection depends
how the cable box is
on
connected
to your unit.
[] Press/'\_
to move the
arrow to "CAB] E BOX
OUTPUT
ENTER.
[]
CH',
If the cable
then press
box is
connected
to your unit's ANTENNA
IN connector
on
the rear panel, press/'\_
to select the channel
number representing the cable box's output (CH2 CH9), then press ENTER.
If the cable box is connected to your unit's AUDIO/
VIDEO INPUT connectors
on the rear panel, press
/\V to select "[.-1" or "[.-2", then press ENTER.
If you do not use a cable box, press/\V
to select
"OFF", then press ENTER.
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II_!]
[]
[]
[]
BRAND
Enterthecablebox's brand.
Press i\V
to move the arrow to "CABLE
BOX
BRAND", then press ENTER.
Press/\_
to select the brand code from the following
list, then press ENTEr.
Press i\V to move the arrow to "TEST MODE", then
press ENTEr.
If the (:'able box's channel
complete.
Press ENTER and "CABI.E
BOX CONTROl.
IS ON"
changes to 9, setting
NAME
ARCHER
CABI.ETENNA
is
CABkEVIEW
CITIZEN
CURTIS
DIAMOND
GC BRAND
GEMINI
GENERAl.
HAMLIN
JASCO
......
JERROt D
NOVAVISION
appears on the screen for
about 5 seconds, then the
OAK
PANASONIC
screen in step [] appears.
If the (:'able box's channel
PULSER
RCA
does not change to 9;
[] Press <" _ to move the
[]
[]
arrow to "NO",
then press ENTER.
Repeat step [] until the cable box's channel changes to
9 by entering another code.
If the channel does not change after going through all
the code numbers listed for your model of cable box,
then try all the other numbers.
NOTES:
• The Controller
may not work with all types of cable box.
• [f your cable box does not respond to any code between 1 and
28, you cannot use the Controller
to change cable box
channels.
[n this case, make sure to leave the cable box turned
•
•
•
•
INSTRUMENTS
on an(:] tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled
start
time of timer recording.
Contact your cable company
about the possibility
of
exchanging
your current cable box with the one compatible
with your unit.
The unit can only change the cable box channel through the
Controller
during timer recording.
If your cable box cannot be operated with a Remote (because
it has no remote sensor), you cannot use the Controller
to
change its channels.
Make sure to leave the cable box turned
on and tuned to the proper channel before the scheduled
start
time of timer recording.
If the unit's memory
backup expires because of a power
failure, set the cable box output channel and brand again.
For customers
in U.S.A.: If you are unable to set the
Controller,
contact JVC toll free at 1-800-252-5722.
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REMBRANDT
SAMSUNG
SCIENTIFIC
SIGMA
SI MARX
SPRUCER
SIARGATE
TELEVIEW
TOCOM
UNIKA
UNIVERSAl
VIDEOWAY
ZENITH
ATLANTA
CODE
1,5,17
1,17
15,16,17,21,25
15,16,17,21,25
2,8
1,17
15,16,17,21,25
15
1,4,6,11,12,15,28
10, 18, 23
15
1,4,6,11,12,15,28
2,8
7, 20
13, 14
15,16,17,21,25
13, 14
10, 18,23
1,16,17
5,16,24
2,8
7, 20
5, 16, 17,24,25
13, 14
5, 15, 16, 17,21,24,25
5,16,24
1,4,16
1,17
16, 17, 25
3,9,22
3,9,22
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EN
INITIAL
SETTINGS
(cont.)
DBSReceiver
ControlSetting
The following
procedure is required if you receive
satellite channels through a DBS (Direct Broadcast
Satellite) receiver. The Controller
allows the unit to
Place the DBS (Direct Broadcast Satellite) receiver on top
of the unit. Attach the unit's Controller
to the top of the
unit with tile Controller's
transmitter
pointed towards the
DBS receiver's remote sensor.
• The unit carl automatically
using the Controller
when
ATTENTION:
The Controller
can also control
a cable
box.
If both
a DBS
automatically
switch
timer recording.
channel
during
NOTES:
"Manual
Because
change the [-)BS receiver channels
the unit has been programed
using
Timer Programing"
satellite programing
(_z__ pg. 64).
does not use PiusCode,
the
Controller
cannot change the DBS receiver channels
"VCR Plus+ ' Timer Programing"
(_-_" pg. 60).
during
• If a cable box is also used, it is recommended
that you
connect the DBS receiver to your unit's audio/video
input
receiver and a cable box are used, position
the Controller
so its
signal reaches the remote sensors of both the DBS receiver and
cable box.
DBS receiver
the DBS receiver's
connectors
connector.
and the cable
box to your
unit's
antenna
input
Installing
Controller
Installa Controller.
Place a Controller
so that the path between its transmitter
and the DBS receiver's remote sensor is unobstructed.
_
Attachthe Controller.
Fix securely
using
of the Controller.
the
adhesive
strip
attached
on
the back
Controller
(suggested
locations)
_1
Make connections.
DBS receiver
]b RF
]b Audio/
output
If your DBS
conuectors
receiver
Connect
the
the ANTENNA
RF output
connector
on the DBS receiver
IN connector
on the rear of your
unit.
audio/video
output
DBS receiver
has audio/video
output
connectors
an audio/video
cable between
the AUDIO/
output
VIDEO
INPUT
or
connectors
output
on the
connectors
on
rear
of the
the DBS
unit
and
to
the
receiver.
NOTE:
VIDEO
IN
have
If your
Connect
To AUDIO/
V
not
video
audio/video
Controlle_ansmitter
does
When connecting
manuah
your
[-)BS receiver,
refer to its instruction
• INPUT
' I
L_e
ConnecttheControllerto unit.
Connect the Controller to the CABLE BO× connector on
the
rear
paneh
Your unit
How
to control
the
DBS
This unit has two separate
receiver.
receiver
methods
to control
• The unit's wireless Remote can control
This eliminates
the need for a separate
Remote.
your
DBS
your DBS receiven
DBS receiver's
• The unit's Controller
can also control your DBS receiver.
This allows the unit to change your DBS receiver's channel
number during timer recording.
Each method must be set up separately, lo set up the unit's
Remote,
page 33.
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refer to page 94. R_ set up the Controller,
go to
TV_DVD
SettingDBSreceiver's
brandand
channel
After installation,
channel correctly;
correctly.
set the DBS receiver's
otherwise,
brand
the Controller
and
cannot
work
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
VCRPlu_Pno_H_ nECUNK TIMER
TOPMEF_U
MENU
Turnon the DBSreceiver.
F_'I_ION
nE_U_N
PREWOUS
Turn oil the DBS receiver's
_
power.
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
SLOW= P_¥,SE_ECTSLOW_
Press SET UP.
REC_IODE
UVECHECK
_
SETUP
_
I_1
SETUP
_00®
[]
JVC
Accessthe "DBS RECEIVER
SET"screen.
Press <" _ to move the
arrow to "INITIAl
SET
[]
UP", then press ENTER.
Press <" _" to move the
arrow to "STB SET", then
[]
press ENTER.
Press/\_
tO mOVe the
arrow to "DBS RECEIVER
SET", then press ENTER.
L_e
Selectthe DBSreceiver'schannel.
Your selection depends on how the DBS receiver is
connected to your unit.
[] Press/\_ to move the
arrow to "DBS RECEIVER
OUTPUT CH', then press
ENTER.
[] If the DBS receiver is
connected to your unit's
ANTENNA IN connector
on the rear panel, press
/\_ to select the channel number representing the
DBS receiver's output (CH3 or CH4), then press
ENTER.
If the DBS receiver is connected to your unit's
AUDIO/VIDEO
INPUT connectors on the rear panel,
press /'\_ to select "k-1" or "1.-2", then press ENTER.
If you do not use a DBS receiver, press/\_ to select
"OFF", then press ENTER.
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_
[]
[]
[]
INITIAL
to move the arrow to "DBS
• The Controller
RECEIVER
BRAND", then press ENTER.
Press/\_
to select the brand code from the following
list, then press ENTER.
Press i\V to move the arrow to "TEST MODE", then
press ENTER. The program
the DBS receiver appears.
BRAND
NAME
JVC (DISH
received
through
RCA (DSS)
If the DBS receiver's
all types of DBS receiver.
the proper
channel
recording.
• The unit can only
before
change
the scheduled
the satellite
start time of timer
channel
Controller
during timer recording.
• If your DBS receiver cannot be operated
with
through
the
a Remote
it has no remote sensor), you cannot use the
to change its channels.
Make sure to leave the DBS
channel
before the
51
41
• If the unit's memory
backup expires because of a power
failure, set the cable box output channel and brand again.
40
• For customers
in U.S.A.: If you are unable to set the
Controller,
contact JVC toll free at 1-800-252-5722.
channel
changes to the channel listed
below for your brand, setting
is complete.
JVC --,- 100
ECHOSTAR --,- 100
SONY --,- 205
RCA --,- 205
Press ENTER and "DBS RECEIVER CONTROL
appears on the screen for about 5 seconds,
ENTER.The screen in step [] appears.
IS ON"
then press
If the DBS receiver's channel does not change as shown
above;
[] Press _ _" to move the arrow to "NO",
then press
ENTER.
[]
with
receiver turned on and tuned to the proper
scheduled
start time of timer recording.
51
Network)
may not work
• If your DBS receiver does not respond to the code, you cannot
use the Controller
to change satellite channels.
In this case,
make sure to leave the DBS receiver turned on and tuned to
(because
Controller
CODE
Network)
ECHOSTAR
(DISH
SONY (DSS)
currently
(cont.)
NOTES:
Enterthe DBSreceiver'sbrand.
Press i\V
SETTINGS
Repeat step [].
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BasicPlayback
• lurn
oil
the
unit.
• Turn
oil
the
TV and
• Slide
select
the AV mode.
the TV/CABtE/DBS/DVD
switch
to DVD.
To play back
Navigation"
an MP3!JPEG
disc,
see "Playback
with
MP3/JPEG
(_7 _ pg. 84).
Loada disc.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place the disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (_ pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
• Pressing I_ also closes the disc tray.
• Playback begins automatically if an auto-playback DVD disc is
loaded.
_
Press
Start playback.
I_.
• If you load a DVD disc whose region code does not match the
unit, "REGION
CODE ERROR" appears on the TV screen. For
details, refer to "Region Number"
• With Video CD/SVCD
discs with
@ ||
(_-€" pg. 8).
PBC control or some DVD
discs, the menu display may appear on the TV screen after
starting playback.
In this case, select an item which you want
to play back from the menu. Otherwise,
the playback
cannot
go forward.
Refer to "l.ocating
a desired scene using the menu
of a Video CD/SVCD
with PBC" (_-_" pg. 40) or "l.ocating
a
desired scene using the DVD menu" (_-_" pg. 36).
• The Library Database
DVD Navi also enables you to search
and select the desired programs.
{_ pg. 72)
I_1
Pauseplayback.
Press II.
• To resume normal playback, press I_.
Stopplayback.
(U_) CTZ) CTZ) _
VCR Plu> PnogeHg, KnEg LINK TIMER
Press
II.
• When a recordable
disc is played, playback stops and a
program received
with the unit's tuner resumes on the TV
screen.
• When a playback-only
disc is played, playback
stops and the
still image at the time you press • remains on the lV screen.
Pressing • again resumes a program received with the unit's
tuner.
PREVIOUg
SLOW-
pLAYBELECT
SLO_I
• If A is pressed during
tray opens.
playback
stops, then the disc
NOTE:
000_
l
..IVC
ATTENTION:
• It takes approximately
30 seconds to read a disc depending
on the type and condition
of the disc since this unit is
multi-disc
compatible
(DVD-RAM,
DVD-RW,
DVD-R).
It
may even take several minutes when a disc is dirty,
scratched or warped.
• It may take a few seconds to start playback.
[his is not a
malfunction.
• Forward/reverse
high-speed
cannot be performed
while
playback,
search and other operations
playback
is stopped.
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When
the Library Database DVD Navi screen appears, choose a
thumbnail
image of the desired program on the TV screen, then
press SELECT or ENTER. (_
pg. 74)
6EN
PLAYBACK
Playback
Features
elurn
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
2 Start playback.
Press
i\V
<
_, to select
a desired
title,
• It may be possible to select the desired
keys depending
on the menu display.
then
press
ENTER.
item using the number
NOTE:
oil the unit.
When
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
w
"Q"
appears
have a top menu
TV [_21_TA_6_i6_
DVDcb!I
0--9_
on the TV screen in step 1, the disc does not
or disc menu.
Locating
thestartpointof theitemor
skiptheitem
Press
I_l-ql or _-I_1
during
playback.
• Pressing I_1 locates the start point of the item or skips the
item for forward direction,
then resumes playback.
• Pressing t_141 locates the start point of the item or skips the
item for reverse direction,
then resumes playback.
w
_
(ZZD(ZZD(2D)
plu_ PnO_HeCK
nECLINKTIMEn
When
TOPMENU
MENU
a DVD-RAM/RW/R
-IT
disc is played
Current program
[-,q4[
44
SLOW-
_
pb_V,_CT
SL_
_i_/SLOW÷
Reverse _
o _
Locating
a desired
scene
usingthe
DVDmenu
I_1_1 _1 _
• : marked points (z_" pg. 38)
Example:
To locate the beginning
To locate the beginning
To locate the beginning
times.
When a DVD VIDEO,
is played
of the next item, press I_1_1 once.
of the current item, press 141_1 once.
of the previous
item, press 141_1 three
Audio CD or Video CD/SVCD
Playback
DVD
VIDEO
discs
may have top menu
menu
DVD discs generally
have their
contents. These menus contain
Forward
point
and disc menu.
Top
movie,
desired
own menus whkh
show the disc
various items such as titles of a
names of songs, or artist information.
You can locate a
scene by using the top menu displayed
on the TV screen.
Press TOP MENU
to access the top menu.
Disc menu
Disc menus include playback data (angle
etc.) specific to each title.
Press MENU to access the disc menu.
!
menu,
subtitle
menu,
ii!iT il
Reverse _1
I_1_1
I_),,-I _
Forward
Accessthe DVDmenu.
Press TOP MENU
or MENU.
Example:
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Example:
To locate the beginning
of the next item, press I_1_1 once.
To locate the beginning
of the current
item,
press 141_1 once.
disc
Resume
Function
High-Speed
Search
During
playback,
search,
or _1_1 for
press
• Each press of the button
direction.
• To resume
normal
I1_1_ for forward
reverse
high-speed
increases
It is possible
high-speed
the search speed for each
During
playback,
playback,
press
for forward
• Releasing
and
seconds
the button
hold
resumes
I_1_1 for 2 or more
search,
for
Press
reverse
normal
or press
and
high-speed
hold
search.
playback.
RESUME".
Press I!
by frame.
OR
Press<" _.
• Each press of _ _-- adwmces/reverses
frame.
the still picture
• Frame-by-frame
playback for reverse direction
performed
with Video CD/SVCD
discs.
• To resume normal playback,
press I_.
frame
cannot
• The unit enters
position
where
p0inl.
playback.
Resume Stop mode and memorizes
the
you have stopped playback
as a resume
point.
{The inside of the disc status indicator
on the front display
panel blinks in the Resume Stop mode.)
(L<_
:" pg. 100)
• Press • in stop mode.
• Press TOP MENU to display the top menu, then start
playback by selecting an item, etc.
• Press MENU to display the disc menu, then start playback
selecting
an item, etc.
When "RESUME"
is set to "DISC RESUME":
2 Activateframe-by-frameplayback.
frame
during
{The inside of the disc status indicator
stops blinking
and
lights.)
When "RESUME"
is set to "ON":
• Press r.b/I on the unit or DVDcb/I on the Remote to turn off
the unit.
• Press A to take out the disc.
Pauseduringplayback.
the still picture
•
"RESUME"
is set to "DISC RESUME".
• To clear the resume points:
Press I!
• Each press of II advances
you stop playback
• The unit retains a memory of the resume points of the last 30
discs played back, even though they have been ejected if
StillPicture/Frame-By-Frame
Playback
!
"
where
that position.
t( ) " ON _1 or"DISC
I Memorizea resume
press I_.
high-speed
I_1_1 for 2 or more
the position
(Z_" pg. 100)
OR
seconds
to memorize
and resume playback from
• Be_ure
s
to set " RESUME
search.
by
be
• Set "RESUME"
to "OFF".
(_" pg. 100)
• Press • in stop mode.
• Press TOP MENU to display the top menu, then start
playback by selecting an item, etc.
• Press MENU to display the disc menu, then start playback
selecting
an item, etc.
by
by
2 Resumeplayback.
Press I_ in stop mode. The unit starts playback from the
SlowMotion
resume
point.
NOTES:
• "DISC RESUME" setting works on DVD VIDEO, VCD, SVCD
and already finalised DVD-R/DVD-RW
(video mode) discs. Eor
While paused, press SLOW -or
SLOW +.
• Each press of SLOW
- or SLOW + increases the slow motion
speed for each direction
(from 1/16 to 1/2 times the normal
speed).
• Slow motion for reverse direction
cannot be performed
with
Video CD/SVCD
discs.
OR
Press 14141 or I_1_1 for 2 or more
seconds.
During
playback,
motion
playback.
press
remembers
audio
• This function
may
• When "RESUME"
points of the discs
RESUME" will be
_.
an approximately
Normal
with the new resume point.
• After the unit has memorized
remembering
a new resume
the oldest memorized
point.
playback
30-second
period
resumes automatically.
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point for 30 discs,
point will cause the unit to delete
Stopping
playback
of a disc for
which a resume point is already stored may change the order
in which the points are stored. This may potentially
change the
order in which points are deleted.
• When the unit memorizes
a resume point for a disc, it also
SkipSearch
• Each press initiates
other types of discs, the function
under "ON" setting will be
applied even if "RESUME"
is set to "DISC RESUME".
• If you stop the playback
of a disc for which an resume point
has already been memorized,
the memory
will be updated
of fast-
• Resume
disc.
points
language, subtitle and angle settings.
not work for some Video CD or SVCD.
is changed to "ON" or "OFF",
resume
memorized
with "RESUME"
set to "DISC
cleared.
are memorized
for each side of a double-sided
38
EN
PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
NOTES:
• When
TV_DVD
a monaural
program
or bilingual
program
changes
to a
stereo program while recording,
a mark signal is automatically
recorded.
• When a DVD-R/RW
(Video mode) disc is finalized,
marked
points
marked
before
finalizing
will
be deleted,
and programs
will be divided automatically
into "chapters"
approximately
every 5 minutes. (z-_ _ pg. 102, "Finalize
a disc")
Checking
thetimeinformation
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VCRRlu_PRO_H_RECLINKTIMER
TOP
MENU
MENU
You can change the counter display on the front display panel
and TV screen to check disc remaining
time (only discs before
r_'IG_DN
REtUrN
finalizing).
PREVIOUS
During
SLOW= PLaY,SElECTSLOW_
Each press of DISPLAY changes the display as follows:
Clock time (front display panel only) -*" Current title elapsed
time -*" Disc remaining
time -'_ (back to the beginning)
• Clock time is displayed
only when a recordable
disc is played.
EC_IODELI'_ECHECK
_
_
playback
In stop mode or during
playback
• In FR mode, it is possible to set recording
time in detail using
b'> (_-_- pg. 59, "Free Rate Function")
• [t is not possible to switch the recording
mode during playback
or while recording.
0®0®
ANGLE
Switching
TimeIndication
Markingpositions
to playagainlater
You can check
During
It is possible to mark positions
(up to 999 points) where you
want to play back once again later, and start playback from a
marked position.
Marking onto DVD-RAM/RW/R
discs when
recording
is helpful to locate a start point when you play back
the discs later.
I
Mark positions.
you
want
MARK
the marked positions
using
I_1_1 or I_1_1 when you play
back the disc.
2 Deletethemarkedpositions.
While paused, press I_1_1or
to locate
position
then
you
press
a marked
want
of an audio
CD and a Video
playback
Current track elapsed time -'_ Current
Total elapsed time -*" Total remaining
beginning)
In stop
track remaining
time -'_
time -*" (back to the
mode
0:00 -*" Playback time of track 1 -*" 0:00
-*" (back to the beginning)
When
• "MARK"
appears on the TV
screen. You can easily locate
_-I_1
information
-*" Total length
of a disc
NOTE:
During playback, press
MARl(
at positions
to mark.
time
CD/SVCD
on the front display panel and the TV screen.
Each press of DISPLAY changes the time indication
as follows:
to delete,
MARl(.
• Crossed "MARK"
appears on
the TV screen, and the marked
position
is deleted.
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a PBC-compatible
dea_tiw_te
Video
the PBC function.
(_°
CD/SVCD
pg. 40)
disc is loaded,
AngleSelection
You can enjoy
a variety
AudioLanguage/Sound
Selection
of scene angles
contains "multi-angle"
from different
angles.
parts, where
if a DVD
VIDEO
If the disc contains "multi-angle"
parts, "_j_"
appears
screen at the beginning
of the "multi-angle"
part.
!
disc
Some
the same scene was shot
on the TV
!
AccessAngledisplay.
Press ANGLE
discs contain
the multiple
audio
language
or
AccessAudioLanguage/Sound
selectiondisplay.
Press
during
DVD VIDEO
sound. You can select the desire(] audio language or sound. For
some Video CD/SVCD
discs, you can switch the audio channel
to choose Karaoke either with or without the vocal.
AUDIO
during
playback.
playback.
• The angle
appears
selection
display
on the TV screen.
(When
3 scene angles
contained.)
(When 3 audio languages are
contained.)
are
2 Selectthe audiolanguage/sound.
2 Selectthe angle.
Each
Press ANGLE
or _ _" to select your desired
angle.
• Each time you press ANGLE or Q [->, the angle changes.
• When "Q" appears on the TV screen, the current scene is not
recorded
from multiple
angles. In addition,
some discs
prohibit
angle selection.
• To clear the angle selection
display, press ENTER. In addition,
the angle selection
display disappears
automatically
if no
operation
is done for 10 seconds.
SubtitleSelection
Some
DVD
language,
VIDEO
from
discs contain
among
which
more than
one subtitle
you can choose
the desired
subtitle language. "_"
appears on the TV screen at the
beginning
of the part where more than one subtitle language
recorded.
!
are
AccessSubtitledisplay.
Press SUBTITLE
during
playback.
• The subtitle selection
display
appears on the TV screen.
• Each time you press
SUBTITLE, the subtitle display
is switched on and off.
(When 3 subtitle languages
are contained.)
2 Selectthe subtitlelanguage.
Press <" _ to select
your
• To clear
selection
the subtitle
desired
language.
display,
press ENTER.
NOTES:
• When "Q"
recorded.
appears
on the TV screen,
no subtitle
• When
language
the subtitle language won't be changed with the
procedure
above, change the subtitle on a disc menu
displayed
by pressing MENU.
• It is not possible to play back SVCD discs with subtitles.
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sound
time
you
press
AUDIO
or <" _', the
audio
language/
changes.
• To clear the Audio
ENTER.
kanguage/Sound
selection
display,
press
NOTES:
• When "Q"
recorded.
appears
on the TV screen,
no audio
language
is
• When the audio language won't be changed with the
procedure
above, change the audio on a disc menu displayed
by pressing MENU.
40
EN
PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
PlaybackControl(PBC)Function
TV_DVD
- Locating
a desiredsceneusingthe
menuof a VideoCD/SVCDwith PBC
0_9_
Some Video
CD/SVCD
discs support
the PBC function.
PBC is an
abbreviation
of "Play Back Control".
A Video CD/SVCD
disc
recorded
with PBC has its own menus, such as a list of the songs
on the disc. You can locate
_
cz) _
_
yenplu_PRO_HECK
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TOPMENU
!
a specific
scene by using the menu.
Accessthe PBCmenu.
In stop mode
Press I_.
PREVIOUS
2 Start playback.
SLO_-
Press the
scene.
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P_GRE_E_
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number
keys
to enter
the
number
of the
desired
• The unit starts playback of the selected item. "PBC" appears
the front display panel.
• When "NEXT" or "PREVIOUS"
appears on the TV screen:
Pressing NEXT advances to the next page.
Pressing PREVIOUS returns to the previous page.
• You can return to the menu by pressing RETURN.
• The method of the operation
is different depending
on the
disc.
on
NOTES:
AudioChannel
Selection
When playing discs on which you recorded
stere() programmes,
you can choose the desired audio channel.
• When "SUPERIMPOSE"
is set to "AUTO",
you can confirm
on
the TV screen the audio channel you have chosen. (_-_€_
pg. 99)
• Each time you press AUDIO,
the audio channel changes.
TRACK
USE
On-Screen
Display
For stere() discs
o))___
For audio
of left channel
o))4 R)_
For audio
of right channel
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• If you want to playback
a PBC-compatible
Video CD/SVCD
disc without activating
the PBC function,
start playback
in stop
mode by using the number keys, instead of the I_ button, to
choose the track, then press ENTER.
• To activate the PBC function when a PBC-compatible
Vide()
CD/SVCD
disc is being played back without the PBC function,
press TOP MENU, or press • then press I_.
Recording/playback
statusdisplay
LiveMemory
Playback
This unit records
pictures
onto
DVD-RAM
discs, instead
TV_DVD
of video
tapes, then plays back the pictures recorded on the discs. This
makes it possible to achieve high-speed
writing and read-out
that has not been possible with conventional
recording
and playback
simultaneously.
VCRs, enabling
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High-speed spin
Recording
IH g_-speed w
_
Playback
ng}
(High-speed
_ead-out)
PRf_0US
Image
figure
of DVD-RAM
disc
SLOW- PLAY'SELECT
SL0W÷
It is called "Live Memory
Playback"
to start playback of the
program being recorded,
with a time-lag
between a recording
goint and a playback
point, as shown in the figure below.
Current playback point
iLive Memory Playbad<;
Recolding start point
{Recolding point)
Current recording position
!
F_USf
DISPLAY
I.ive Memory
Playback status can
be checked by pressing DISPLAY
to display the bar meter on the
superimpose
display.
!
_,_; playback
!1 ,
continues
|_¢_
AUDIOSUBTITLE
AN_Lf
_
0000_
Recolding
inues
con
m
3o rnin.
l houl
Currently elapsed _ecolding time
i
I
I
Not only can this unit play back a program previously
recorded
while recording or timer recording
another program, but the unit
also allows you to play back from the beginning
of a program
while continuing
to record the same program.
Press DISPLAY.
screen,
The current
status is superimposed
Ba_ metei display
Superimpose display
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EN
PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
Overviewof LiveMemoryPlayback
You can play back
This is called
"Live
a program
Memory
(Recording
you are re_ording
from
the beginning
while
(ontinuing
to re_ord
or timer
record
onto a DVD-RAM
disc.
Playback".
screen)
(Live Memory
Playback
screen)
lb start Live Memory playback,
press I_ to play back from the
beginning OR press _to
reverse:skip a little
Ib Stop Live Memory
Playback _press •
Checking
Ib clear, press
LIVE CHECK
![b stop recording,
press •
the
picture currently
being recorded
-[b display, press
LIVE CHECK
(Playback and Live Check screen)
'Ib stop Live Memory
Playback, press •
Live Memory Playback
picture
Recording
picture
NOTES:
• Live Memory
Playback cannot be performed
for appro×imately
30 seconds after recording
has started.
• Although
high-speed
search up to approximately
30 seconds
before the current recording
point is possible during
Live
Memory
Playback, once the current recording
point is
reached, the unit resumes normal playback and maintains
a
delay of approximately
30 seconds so that recording
and
playback
can continue.
• When using Live Memory
Playback during timer recording,
playback
continues
even after the end of the recording.
• When using Live Memory
Playback during timer recording,
playback
is automatically
stopped just before recording starts,
NAVIGAIION
PressNAVIGATION
to display
Database
Navi
PREVIOUS
IJbrary
DVD
menu,
then
choose a program
to [)lay back.
(_:_ pg. 72)
LIVE
Live
o o®
Memory
Playback
allows you to check
the picture
currently
being
recorded.
(ITR)')
Press • to display the program being recorded, then perform
[TR settings.
• Playback may be paused for a moment during Live Memory
Playback, which does not interfere with recording.
• Live Memory
Playback cannot be performed
while recording
the source from DV input.
• When LIVE CHECK is pressed to display the picture currently
LIVE(HE(K
Pressing
CHECK during
and then recording
starts when the time arrives for the next
timer-program.
• [t is impossible
to perform
[TR even if you press • during Live
Memory
Playback.
(L_ _ pg. 58, "Instant Timer Recording
JVC
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being
DISPLAY
recorded,
the picture
size may not be correct.
DisplayduringLiveMemoryPlayback
During
recording,
you carl watch
freely normal playback
bar on the TV screen.
at your
operations
will
what
was previously
(forward/reverse
high-speed
When Live Memory
Playback reaches the point of 30 seconds
operations,
the unit returns to normal playback.
The superimpose
The Live Check
display
picture
appears
by pressing
is displayed
ON
SCREEN.
on the bottom
recorded
or is currently
search an(] variable-speed
before
the current
being
recording
point
It is possible
to perform
the range of the re(] or blue
by forward
high-speed
search or other
(z):_ pg. 16)
right corner
by pressing
LIVE CHECK.
Playback count_,i
Live Memoly
recorded.
search) within
Recording nlode
Playback mark
Recording title number
Playback title number
Recording counter display
!remaining/Napsed time}
Disc used
--
P_esent time
Recording channel
Playback ma_k
Title
Bar meter/see
beh)w)
Recording malk
Live Check picture
Recording malk
This unit
(Example
displays
the current
of bar meter
recording/playback
status by the bar meter.
display)
Capacity of a disc
Rec_lded
While
Not
recol
ded
stopped
Total length of the program being played back
Current
During
playback
Capacity
of a disc
Remaining
capacity
when
recording
Curlent
While
started
recording
pc)sltlOn
recolding
pc)sltlc)n
recording
Capacity of a disc
CuHent playback position
Recording start position
Live Memory
Playback
Capacity of a disc
Recording start position
Cunent playback position
Cullent
Live Memory
Playback of
another program
Total length of the p[ogram being played back
(recorded
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[)art)
(recording
part)
Green
Black
(playing
[)art)
(unrecorded
or unplayed
[)art)
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PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
Buttons
to beusedduringLiveMemoryPlayback
Available
buttons
TV_D\tD
Functions
• P_essingonce ski )s fop.yard to the
beginning of the next chaptel being played
bad<.
• P[essing do\_41 for 2 o[ more seconds duiing
playback advances playback at 5 times the
normal speed while pressed. Releasing the
button resqmes noHlla[ plaYback.
Available
only when paused
• P[essing do\vn fo[ 2 or more seconds
advances playback at 1/1 6 times the noima[
speed.
• Piessingonce ski )s back to the beginning
of the dlaptel )eing payed -_ac<.
• Plessing down for 2 ol more seconds duling
_layback reverses _layback at 5 times the
norma speed \',_i e pressed. Re easing t_e
button resumes nolma[ )]avback.
Ava ab e Oll y when paused
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TOPMENU
N_IG_ION
MENU
fiBTURN
PREVIOUS
_l
•
Pie%ing
down
fo[
2 ol
mole
seconds
I_'w'Ises p[aybad< at 1/10 times the' normal
speed.
• Each )Iess of the button duling playback
advances t_e p ay)ac< speed in 4 steps fol
forwald direction.
Available
only when paused
• Piessing once advances _lavbad< by 1/1 6
times the normal speed.
• Each _[ess of the button during forward 1/
I b times s ii\v411otion advances s OW_
motion bv 1/1 6 times, 1/4 times and 1/2
times the'normal speed.
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JVC
• Each )less of the button during playbad<
advances t_e p aw_ac < speed in 5 steps for
revers(! direction.
Available
only when paused
theonce
normal
s_eed.
Z times
iessing
reversesplaybacl<
by 1/1 6
Each p[ess of t _e )utton during reve[se 1/1 6
times s[o\v-nlotion reverses s[o\_.41lotion by
1/1 6 times, 1/4 times and 1/2 times the
normal speed.
II
Plessmg once )auses )laybad< istill )ictule
_lavbad<). Pressin_ [e_eatedlv advances the
still picture flame '[_yt_ame.
Available
only when paused
• Advancesheverses the stile picture flame by
fI_!llle.
Sto )s Live
•
Menlorv
Plavbad<
to
return
to the
screen _eing reco(de&'
rhe_
a resume
point
is stored.
P_essing • again stops [email protected]_g.
Plessing once skips fi_rwald fl)r apFo×imatdy
30 seconds and resumes playbacL
PIessing le)eatedly ski )sfo[waid
coI]tiI]qoqsh/as many times as pressed.
It is useful _}hen skipi_ing over unwanted
sections.
Plessing once skips bad< for apploximately 7
seconds and [esumes )laybad<.
Plessing repeated y skips -)ack continuous y
as many tinles as p[essod.
It is useful when watching spolts proglams,
t_tC.
PIessing once displays the picture cunently
being recolded and the one being played
back simultaneouslv.
LiVE CHECK
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PIessing
windo\v
culrently
You can
you ale
successively clears the Live Check
and displays only the )icture
being )layed back.
check, for example, if the proglam
_ecolding has aheady finished.
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the rv and select the AV mode.
• Slide the IV/CAB[E/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
TV_DVD
Toplaybackfromthebeginning
ofthe
program
whilerecording
You carl play back a program you are recording from the
beginning while continuing to record or timer record onto a
DVD-RAM disc.
!
Start LiveMemoryPlayback.
Press ID,-.
• Playback starts from the beginning of the program being
recorded.
• Pressing I_1_1/1_1_1
allows you to Io(ate the desired scenes.
Tomovebackthe playbackposition
_
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,/0RPlu_pR0r_H_
REC
LINKTIMEn
slightlywhilerecording
(OneTouch
Replayfunction)
You can move ba_k the playback position while _ontinuing to
record or timer record onto a DVD-RAM disc.
!
PREVl0US
Start OneTouchReplayfunction.
Press _.
• Each press skips back for approximately 7 seconds and
resumes playback.
• Pressing while paused skips back for approximately 7 seconds
and resunles
pause.
000®
Towatcha programpreviously
JVC
recorded
whilerecording
You can play back a program you re_orded previously while
re(ording.
!
Start LiveMemoryPlayback.
Press I_ while recording
Playback mode.
to establish
Live Memory
2 Locatethebeginningof the desiredprogram.
Press I_1_1or I,,-I_1.
NOTE:
To stop playback, press III. The program being recorded is
displayed.
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PLAYBACK
UsingPlaySetUp
Menu
allows
you to control
various
functions.
Some of the functions
operated
can be controlled
on Set Up Menu,
Before
using
Be sure to clear
pressing
Play
Set Up
Library
(cont.)
Howto Access
PlaySetUpMenu
Press ON SCREEN twice
whenever
a disc is loaded.
Contents of Play Set Up Menu during playback
DVD
Play Set Up Menu
OPERATIONS
VIDEO
playback
on Navigation
Menu
Menu
Database
DVD
Navi
screen
by
Video
CD/SVCD
NAVIGATION.
TV_DVD
JPEG disc
vcpPlu_PR0_HECK
PFC
LIHK
TIMEn
NAViGATiON
[]
Disc type.
[]
Select this for Repeat Playback.
C_3
[]
Select this for A-B repeat
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[]
Select this for search function.
[]
[]
Select this for time search function.
(:-_ pg. 50)
Select this to switch Simulated Surround Effect
PREVJOUS
PF.r;
_0DELI_E'
_HECK
o OqOHq
function.
SETUP
ON S(RE[N
JVC
(£€_ pg. 48)
Playback.
(_
pg. 49)
(_€_ pg. 49)
(_-#_pg. 50)
[]
Select this for Picture
[]
[]
Select this to switch picture source type. (_-#_pg. 51 )
Current status area for the selected item.
[]
Select this for Program
Playback.
(:-€_ pg. 52)
[]
Select this for Random
Playback.
(:-_ pg. 52)
[]
Select this to control
show. (_
Control
function.
the switching
(_#_ pg. 51 )
interval
of the slide
pg. 52)
NOTE:
Although examples of Play Set Up Menu are provided here only
for 3 types of discs, Play Set Up Menu will be displayed for
whichever disc indicated in the left column.
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Basicoperationon PlaySetUpMenu
TV_DVD
Example: When selecting Pkture Control function of DVD
During
playback
or while
stopped
| AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press ON SCREEN twice.
• The item currently selected is highlighted
and pointed by [_.
DVD-V[DEC)
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TOPrdENU
r_'I_TION
MENU
nE_U_N
2 Selectthe menuitem.
Press _ _" to select "_",
then press ENTER.
• The pop-up window appears under the selected item.
PnEWOUS
(Z_3
DYE
SLOW= pLay,SElECTSLO_
RFC_IODE
LI'_EOHECK
_
o oqo_Z_
SETUP
ONS(R[[N
3 Selectthe option.
Press z'\V to select the desired
option,
then press ENTER.
JVC
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
NOTE:
See the _orresponding
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PLAYBACK
OPERATIONS
(cont.)
RepeatPlayback
TV_DVD
You can repeat playback
disc.
0_9_
as you like according
to the type of
| AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press
_
ON
SCREEN
twice.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
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TOPrdENU
r_'IGA_ION
MENU
nE_U_N
Press
• ]he
< _" to select
pop-up window
"(_)",
then press ENTER.
appears under the selected item.
DVD-RAM
C.D
PREWOUS
SLOW= pLay/SElECTStO't_4
3 Selectthe repeatmode.
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PEC_IODE
LI'_EOHECK
_
o oqo,%,
SETUP
Press P_V repeatedly to select the desired Repeat mode,
then
press
ENTER.
ONSCREEN DVD-RAM/RW/R
JVC
OFF:
Repeat
ALL REPEAT:
The whole
repeatedly.
TITLEREPEAT:
The current
repeatedly.
DVD
playback
title
is played
back
back
VIDEO
OFF:
TITLEREPEAT:
Repeat
playback
The current
repeatedly.
cHAPTERREPEAT: The
current
repeatedly.
Audio
is not performed.
disc is played
CD/Video
title
is not performed.
is Played
chapter
back
is Played
back
CD/SVCD/JPEG/MP3
ALL REPEAT:
The whole
disc is played
back
repeatedly.
OFF:
TRACKREPEAT*:
Repeat
playback
performed.
The current
track is
is not
played
back
repeatedly.
* "TRAC_: REPEAT" cannot be selected tot IPEG discs.
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
To cancel repeat Playback
Repeat the above procedure
step 3, then press ENTER.
from step 1, select "OFF"
NOTES:
• Repeat Playback
PBC function.
is not possible
• Repeat Playback may not work
type of the disc being used.
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for a Video
properly
CD/SVCD
depending
with
on the
in
Locating
thebeginning
of a desired
selection
A-BRepeatPlayback
You can repeat the desired
During
!
parL
playback
You can locate
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press ON
SCREEN
During
1
twice.
the beginning
playback
of a title, chapter,
or while
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press
Press _
2 Selectthe menuitem.
"A=IBCZ_)".
3 Locatethestart point.
Press ENTER
at the
beginning
ON
Press
of the desired
want to repeat (point
A).
• The elapsed playing time of the point
part
or track.
stopped
2 Selectthe menuitem.
_ to select
group
SCREEN
< _" to select
twice.
,,l_",
then
press
ENTER.
3 Selectthe desireditem.
you
For DVD-RAM/RW/R, DVD
VIDEO
"TFFI.E SEARCH"
or "CHAPTER
SEARCH"
A appears
_VDmRAM
('qTFI
E SEARCH"
For JPEG,
"GROUP
4 LocatetheendpointandstartA-BRepeat
Playback.
Press ENTEr at the end of the desired part you want to
repeat/point
B).
• The elapsed playing time of the point g appears,
• The selected part of the disc (between point A and B) is played
repeatedly,
MP3
SEARCH"
only
is selectable
or "TRACK
For Video CD/SVCD,
Audio
"TRACK" is selectable.
while
SEARCH"
is selectable.
stopped.)
is selertable.
CD
Press zZV to select the desired
• Skip this step for Video CD/SVCD
item, then
and Audio
press
CD.
ENTER.
4 Specifythe numberof the selecteditem.
Press the number keys (1 9, 0) to enter the desired
number, then press ENTER.
• Playback starts from the selected section.
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
Examples:
To select track 5, press the number key "5".
To select track 15, press the number key "1" an(] "5".
To cancel A-B repeat Playback
Press <1 b, to select "A-B_",
then press ENTER.
To select track 25, press number
NOTES:
• A-B Repeat Playback may not work
type of disc being used.
properly
depending
on the
• The subtitles recorded
around the A-B point may not appear.
• When the end of the item is reached before the end point is
set, Play Set Up Menu disappears
from the TV screen. In such
a case, repeat the procedure
from step 1.
• The point B must be set at least 3 seconds after the point A.
• When playing back a DVD, A-B Repeat Playback is possible
only within the same title.
• "A_BC_"
cannot be selected during Program and Random
Playback.
• "A-BC_"
cannot
be selected
while
stopped.
key "2",
then "5".
If you
have specified
a wrong
selection
Press X or CLEAR to clear the wrong number, then enter
correct one before you press ENTER in this step.
the
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
NOTES:
• When
"@" is displayed
on the TV screen in step 4, the _hapter
you have selected is not contained
in the disc, or chapter
search does not work on the disc.
• Before you press ENTER, playback
may start automatically
when you enter the section's number depending
on the disc.
• This function
fu nction.
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item
is not possible
for a Video
CD/SVCD
with
PBC
50
EN
PLAYBACK
You can play back a disc from
!
the desired
point by specifying
the
playing time from the beginning
of a title (DVD-RAM,
DVD-RW
and DVD VIDEO) or a disc ]Video CD/SVCD
an(] Audio
CD).
It is possible
SCREEN
effect
surround
from
sound
your stereo
with
your
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
Press
"_)@4",
appears
surround
Press ON SCREENtwice.
twice.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
Press
_ to select
• The pop-up window
to get a simulated
system. You can enjoy the virtual
2-channel
stereo system.
1
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press ON
(cont.)
Simulated
Surround
Effect
TimeSearch
elapsed
DVD-R,
OPERATIONS
then press ENTER.
under the selected item.
¢" _
to select
"t['i'['o'[i'll', then
• Above the selected item, "3D-ON"
Surround
Effect is activated.
• Each time
DVD-RAM
you press ENTER, "3D-ON"
press
ENtEr.
appears
an(] Simulated
appears
and disappears
alternately.
DVD VUDEO
3 Enterthe time.
Use number
ENTER.
• Playback
keys (1-9,
starts from
Example:
]b play back from
0) to enter
the specified
a point
the time,
then
press
time.
12 (minutes):
50 (seconds)
To cancel the simulated surround effect
Press ENTER to clear "3D-ON" from the screen.
NOTES:
elapsed.
Press 1
Press 2
• The simulated
surround
effect works correctly
only when
playing back a title recorded
in mulfichannels.
• Simulated
Surround
Effect does not affect the DVD VIDEO
bitstream
signal from the DIGITAL OUT connector.
• When Simulate(]
Surround
Effect is activate(], the settings of
"ANALOG
AUDIO
OUT" and "D. RANGE CONFRO["
are
disable(h
Press 5
Press 0
If you have specified
a wrong
selection,
Press X (for the last entered number) or • (for whole numbers)
to clear the wrong number, then enter the correct one(s) before
you press ENTER in this step.
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
NOTES:
• When "(_" is displayed
on the TV screen in step 3, you have
selected a point that excesses the recording
time of the disc.
• Some DVD VIDEO discs do not contain time information,
and
it is not possible to use the lime Search function.
cases, "Q" is displayed on the TV screen as well.
• This function
is not possible for a Video CD/SVCD
function.
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In such
with
PBC
(:-_ pg. 97)
E. 51
Settingtheprogressive
mode
Adjustingthepicturequality
You can obtain
appropriate
1
optimal
picture
picture
quality
by selecting
an
You can obtain
mode.
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press ON
SCREEN
Press
_ to select
• The pop-up window
1
item.
to select
the
Normally
desired
select
ON
(video
whether
source)
the
or by
twice.
< _
• ]he
pop-up
then
press
window
"_",
then
appears
press
under
ENTEr.
the selected
item.
ENTEr.
this option.
disc,
z"_V to select
AUTO1:
etc.
Clearer, sharper-edged
picture when viewing
images with lots of flat, same-coloured
surfaces
such as cartoons.
when
to select
3 Selectthe desiredoption.
option,
for a movie
Select this option
SCREEN
Press
Press
SOFr:
by selecting
by field
2 Selectthe menuitem.
"_",
then press ENTER.
appears under the selected
3 Selectthe desiredoption.
Suitable
quality
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press
DVD-RAM
NORMAL:
CINEMA:
SHARP:
picture
twice.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
Press z"_
optimal
content on the disc is processed
frame (film source).
to() much
noise appears.
AUTO 2:
the
desired
option,
then
press
ENTEr.
Use(] to play a disc containing
both vide()
and film source materials. [his system
recognizes
the sou roe type (video or film) of
the current disc according
to the disc
information.
Normally
select this option.
Almost
the same as the "AUTO
1 ", but the
processing
of the scenes with movement
is
different.
Select "AUTO 1" or "AUTO 2" to
your
FILM:
VIDEO:
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preference.
Suitable
scanned
for [)laying back a progressive
fihrl source disc.
Suitable for playing back a video source disc.
The outlines on the played back pictures will
be soft.
2
EN
PLAYBACK
ProgramPlayback
!
order.
stopped
You can play back all the tracks on the disc
While
1
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press ON
SCREEN
twice.
ON
SCREEN
twice.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
Press
_ to select "PRGM",
then press ENTER.
• The program table appears under Play Set Up Menu.
Press
_ _" to select
"RND",
then
• Playback starts in random Order.
keys
ENTER.
RnD
3 Selectthe tracksin the desiredorder.
number
press
ilili
,
Use
order.
AccessPlay Set UpMenu.
Press
ii
in random
stopped
2 Selectthe menuitem.
VIDEO-CD
.....
i,
ii : ii :
(cont.)
RandomPlayback
You can play back up to 30 tracks in the desired
While
OPERATIONS
(1
9, 0) to enter
the track
numbers.
To clear Play Set Up Menu
Press ON SCREEN.
To cancel Random Playback
Perform steps 1 and 2.
NOTE:
The same track will
Random
Playback.
not be played
back
more than
once during
Selecttheswitching
intervalofthe
slideshow
Examples:
• To select track 5, press the number key "5" and ENTER.
• To select track 15, press the number key "1" and "5".
• To select track 25, press the number key "2" and "5".
selection
the switching
interval
of the slide show.
I AccessPlaySetUpMenu.
Press
If you have specified
a wrong
selection
Press X. The last selection
is erased.
Or press II. The whole
You can control
ON
SCREEN
twice.
2 Selectthe menuitem.
is erased.
4 Start playback.
Press
_ _" to select
• The pop-up
window
,,1_"
appears
then
press ENTER.
under the selected
item.
PressI_. Playback starts in the programed order.
• When all of the programed
tracks have been played back,
Program Playback stops, but the programed
information
remains.
• To add tracks to the end of the program,
perform steps 1
through 3.
• During
Program Playback, pressing I_1_1 skips to the next
selection
of the program. Pressing I_l_l returns to the
beginning
of the current selection.
To clear Play Set Up Menu and the contents of the
program from the screen
Press ON SCREEN.
To cancel Program Playback
Press <[ _" to select "PRGM",
then press ENTER.
NOTE:
Program
Playback
is not possible
depending
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on the type of disc.
3 Selectthe desiredoption.
Press z"s_ to select the desired option, then press ENTER.
• Each time you press/\_,
the interval changes as follows:
5 SEC. "-" 10 SEC. _ 15 SEC. "-" 20 SEC._ 25 SEC.
30 SEC. _ (Back to the beginning)
ParentalLock
!
Accessthe "PARENTALLOCK"screen.
[]
i
i_ii!_ii
i_
Press <" _ to select
"UTILITY',
ENTER.
_i__i_ii_
[]
This function restricts playback of DVD VIDEO discs which
contain violent (an(] other) scenes according to the level set by
the user. For example, if a movie which includes violent scenes
supports the parental lock feature, such scenes which you do not
want to let children view can be cut or replaced by other scenes.
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn oil the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD switch to DVD.
W
[ (i)il
STAN0_y,_bN
oo0®
Press i\V to select
"PARENTAl
EOCK",
then
press ENTER.
!
[]
[]
TX/
then press
Selectthedesiredlevel.
Press/\_
repeatedly
select "PARENIA[.
to
lEVEl.", then press ENTER.
Press/\_
repeatedly to
select the desired level,
then press ENTER.
• The smaller the value of level
is, the more restrictive the
Parental Lock level becomes.
• Select "NONE" to cancel the
restriction.
0_9_
Enteryourpassword.
YenPlu_,Pno_H_ nECLINKTIMEn
TOPMENU
rC_VlG_TION
MEnU
C_E]
pLay;sELECTSLOW+
!
[]
REC
_ODELI_E'
CH_CK
SETUP
000_
_00®
_ETUP
"_............
nETunN
PREVIOUS
SL_-
Press the number keys to
enter your desired four-digit
number, then press ENTER.
• If you made a mistake, enter a
correct number again.
DISPLAY oN_nEE_
Selectyourcountrycode.
Press/\_
repeatedly
select "CO U N TRY
CODE",
ENTER.
OLO_E
to
then press
[]
JVC
TosetParentalLockforthefirsttime
While
stopped
Press/'\_
repeatedly to
select your country code,
then press ENTER.
• If you do not need to change
your country code, jump to t']
• See "Country/Area Code List
for Parental lock" (L_ _pg. 55).
l_!
Enteryourpassword.
Press the number keys to enter the same )assword
step [] above, then press ENTER.
Accessthe "DVD SETUP" screen.
[]
Press SET UP.
[]
Press <[ b to select "DVD
_
SET UP", then press ENTER.
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP twice.
• The normal screen
resunles.
NOTE:
Remember your password, or make a note ot it.
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as in
54
EN
PLAYBACK
Tochangethe settings
You can dlange
the Parental
lock
settings
later.
When
continuing.
you set the parental
[]
Press/\V
repeatedly
then press ENTER.
Press i\V
repeatedly
press ENTER.
_
asking you whether
release(] or not.
to select "PARENTAE
LEVEL",
to select the desired
level, then
Press i\V
repeatedly to select "COUNTRY
CODE",
then press ENTER.
[] Press i\V
repeatedly to select your country code, then
press ENTEr.
• See "Country/Area Code List for Parental Lock" i_-u" pg. 55).
yourpassword.
Press the number keys to enter the same password as in
step [] of "lo set Parental lock for the first time", then
press ENTER.
NOTE:
password,
enter
"8888"
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Press
step
the
[]
Lock to be temporarily
yourpassword.
number
of "lo
keys to enter
set Parental
lock
the
same
for the first
password
time",
in step I[1.
as in
then
press ENTER.
• When you enter the COFFeCt password,
the Parental Lock is
released an(] the unit starts playback.
• [f you enter a wrong password, "ENTRY ERROR RETRY"
appears on the TV screen. Enter the correct password.
• If you have successively
entered wrong password three times,
"ENTRY ERROR CAN NOT CHANGE
PASSWORD"
appears
on the TV screen. In such a case, press ENTER, The disc will
stop. Then play the disc again, and try the procedure
again
from step [].
If you forget
Press SET UP twice.
• The normal screen resumes.
your
Parental
NOTE:
Completethe setting.
If you forget
some discs may not
[] Place the disc on the disc tray.
• [f the disc is rate(] higher than the selected level, the
confirmation screen appears.
[] Press < _" to select "YES", then press ENTER,
• If you select "NO", you cannot play back that disc.
_Enter
[]
L_e
you want
level strictly,
you insert such a disc and try to
screen appears on the TV screen,
Accessthe passwordscreen.
Changethe countrycode.
I_lEnter
lock
be played back at all. When
play it back, the confirmation
Changethe level.
[]
(cont.)
TotemporarilyreleaseParentalLock
Perform steps [] to [] of "1o set Parental Lock for the first
time" on [)age 53 to access the "PARENTAL
LOCK" screen
before
OPERATIONS
your
password,
enter
"8888"
in step _1.
Country/Area
CodeListfor ParentalLock
AD
AE
AF
AG
AI
AL
AM
AN
AO
AQ
AR
AS
Gr
AU
AW
AZ
BA
BB
BD
BE
BF
BG
BH
BI
BJ
BM
BN
BO
BR
BS
BT
BV
BW
BY
BZ
CA
CC
CF
CG
CH
CI
CK
C[
CM
CN
CO
CR
CU
CV
CX
CY
CZ
DE
DJ
DK
DM
DO
DZ
FC
FE
FG
FH
FR
Andorra
United Arab
ES
ET
Afghanistan
Antigua and Barbuda
F[
Spain
Ethiopia
Finland
FI
Fiji
Anguilla
Albania
FK
FM
FO
FR
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
Micronesia
(Federated States of)
Faroe Islands
France
FX
GA
France,
Gabon
GB
GD
United Kingdom
Grenada
Austria
Australia
GE
GF
Georgia
French Guiana
Aruba
GH
GI
Ghana
Gibraltar
GI
GM
Greenland
Gambia
GN
GP
Guinea
Fmirates
Armenia
Netherlands
Antilles
Angola
Antarctica
Argentina
American
Samoa
Azerbaijan
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Barbados
Bangladesh
Belgium
Burkina
Faso
Bulgaria
Bahrain
Burundi
Benin
Bermuda
Brunei Darussalam
Bolivia
Brazil
Bahamas
Bhutan
gouvet Island
Botswana
Belarus
Belize
Canada
Cocos (Keeling]
Central African
Islands
Republic
[Q
Congo
Switzerland
C6te d'lvoire
Cook Islands
Chile
Cameroon
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
IR
IS
IT
IM
IO
IP
KE
KG
Cuba
Cape Verde
Christmas
Island
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Germany
Djibouti
Denmark
Dominica
Dominican
Algeria
Ecuador
Estonia
Egypt
Western
Fritrea
GQ
GR
GS
GI
GU
GW
GY
HK
HM
HN
HR
HT
HU
[D
IE
I[
IN
IO
Republic
Sahara
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KH
KI
KM
KN
Metropolitan
Guadeloupe
Equatorial
Guinea
Greece
South Georgia
Guatemala
Guam
Guinea-Bissau
and the South Sandwich
Guyana
Hong Kong
Hear(] Island and McDonald
Honduras
Croatia
Haiti
Islands
Islands
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
India
British
Indian
[raq
Iran (Islamic
Iceland
Ocean
[erritory
Republic
of)
Italy
Jamaica
Jordan
Japan
Kenya
Kyrgyzstan
Cambodia
Kiribati
Comoros
Saint Kitts an(] Nevis
KP
KR
KW
KY
KZ
Korea, Democratic
People's
Korea, Republic
of
Kuwait
[A
LB
[ao People's
Lebanon
Republic
Cayman islands
Kazakhstan
Democratic
Republic
of
6"EN
PLAYBACK
LC
LI
Saint I.ucia
Liechtenstein
SA
SB
Saudi Arabia
Solomon
Islands
LK
LR
Sri Lanka
Liberia
SC
SD
Seychelles
Sudan
LS
IZ
Lesotho
Lithuania
SE
SG
Sweden
LU
IV
Luxembourg
Latvia
SH
SI
IY
MA
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Morocco
sI
SK
Svalbard
Slovakia
MC
MD
Monaco
SI.
SM
Sierra Leone
San Marino
SN
SO
Senegal
Somalia
SR
ST
Suriname
MG
MH
ML
MM
MN
MO
MP
MQ
MR
MS
MT
MU
MV
MW
MX
MY
MZ
NA
NC
NE
NF
NG
NI
NL
NO
NP
NR
NU
NZ
OM
PA
PE
PF
PG
PH
PK
P[
PM
PN
PR
PT
PW
PY
Moldova,
Republic
Madagascar
Marshall
Islands
Mall
Myanmar
Mongolia
Macau
Northern
Mariana
Islands
SV
SY
SZ
Singapore
Saint Helena
Slovenia
and lan Mayen
Sao Tome and Principe
El Salvador
Syrian Arab
Swaziland
Republic
Martinique
Mauritania
TC
TD
Turks and Caicos
Chad
Montserrat
Malta
Mauritius
Maldives
Malawi
Mexico
TF
TG
TH
French
TJ
TK
TM
TN
TO
TP
TR
TT
TV
TW
TZ
UA
UG
UM
US
UY
UZ
VA
VC
VE
VG
VI
VN
VU
WF
WS
Tajikistan
Tokelau
Turkmenistan
Tunisia
YE
YT
YU
ZA
Yemen
ZM
ZR
ZW
Zambia
Zaire
Zimbabwe
Malaysia
Mozambique
Namibia
New Caledonia
Niger
Norfolk
Island
Nigeria
Nicaragua
Netherlands
Norway
Nepal
Nauru
Niue
New Zealand
Oman
Panama
Peru
French
Polynesia
Papua New
Philippines
Pakistan
Poland
Guinea
Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Pitcairn
Puerto Rico
Portugal
Palau
RE
RO
Paraguay
Qatar
R6union
Romania
RU
RW
Russian
Rwanda
QA
of
Federation
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OPERATIONS
Southern
Islands
[_'rritories
Togo
Thailand
Tonga
East Tim or
Turkey
Trinidad
Tuvalu
and ]bbago
Taiwan, Province
Tanzania,
United
Ukraine
of China
Republic
Uganda
United States Minor
United States
Outlying
of
Islands
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vatican City State (Holy See)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Venezuela
Virgin Islands (British)
Virgin Islands (U.S./
Viet Nam
Vanuatu
Wallis and Futuna Islands
Samoa
Mayotte
Yugoslavia
South Africa
(cont.)
BasicRecording
_
*'_v,>_'_
_
'_*_
Choosea program.
Press CH +1- or the number keys to select the channel
•
you wish to record.
I_lset
• Turn
on the
unit.
• lurn
on the
FV and
• Slide
select
the AV
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
Press
mode.
switch
the recordingspeed.
REC MODE
repeatedly
until
speed appears.
• Each time you press REC MODE,
as follows:
to DVD.
XP -+ SP -+ LP -'_ EP -+ FR60
ATTENTION:
It is not possible
to record
programs
on a DVD-R
(]is< whi<h
• For details
@
desired
recording
the recording
FR360*,
speed changes
FR420,
FR480 -+
(Back to the beginning)
* The value is selectable tl()m 1 to 6 houIs in 5-min. inclement by
pressing < _ lepeated/y aftel selecting "FR60 FR360". 7b change
the value in 30m_in. h3ciements, press and hold
:'.
has al ready been finalized.
,A @_||
the
on the recording
Lqstart
speed, see page 58.
recording.
Press and hold S, then press I_ ol3 the Remote,
• on the unit.
_
R[(: MOD[
Tvil
_ ....
or press
Pauserecording.
Press II.
• To resume recording, press I_.
_J
Stoprecording.
Press II.
It takes about
10 seconds to end the writing
session when
you stop recording.
0_9_
NOTES:
(H+/CD
CD CD (ZD)
vcRplu_ PR0_H[CK
nECLINKTIMER
...........EZZ
_TOPrdEr_U
r_ENU
• It is recommended
to format
a DVD-RAM
disc before
use if
you use the disc on this unit for the first time.
• When using a brand-new
DVD-RW
disc, format the disc either
in VR mode or in Video mode. (_-_ pg. 101, "Format a
DVD-RW
disc")
• You can record
disc.
up to 99 programs
and 999 play lists on each
• Some programs can only be recorded one time.
• When recording
is started, an index of the first part of
recording
is automatically
recorded
(_-€_pg. 72, "Library
r_Vi_liON
REtUrN
Database DVD Navi'). |b record a satellite programs, refer to
page 71. lb delete the index, refer to page 77.
• Recording sometimes
may stop or cannot be performed
even if
there is enough available
capacity
remaining
on the disc.
O
Recording
ResumeFunction
l
JVC
Loada disc.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a recordable
disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (_-u"pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
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If there is a power outage during recording,
Instant Timer
Recording
(ITR) (_:_ pg. 58) or timer recording
(_:_ pg. 60,
64), the recording
will resume automatically
when power is
restored to the unit unless the unit's memory
backup has
expired.
8
RECORDING
EN
(cont.)
(ITR)
Recording
FeaturesInstantTimerRecording
[his
easy method
(selectable
recording
!
lets you
in 30-min.
is finished.
re_ord
for from
increments),
30 minutes
to 6 hours
and shuts the unit off after
Start recording.
Press
•
on
the
unit.
@
2 Engagethe ITRmode.
Press
111'
_JVC
•
again.
On
the
front
display
panel,
"0 30'
a ppea rs.
3 Set the recordingduration.
If you
want
to record
to extend
the
30 minutes.
TV_DVD
time.
for
rnore
than
Each
press
extends
• It is possible
is impossible
CH+/VCR
plu_PnO_H_
REC
LINKTIMEn
_
• The program
screen.
Speed
As a guide
how much
for picture
data can
be recorded
per second. The larger this value is, the better the
picture quality becomes but more capacity
is required for the
recording.
Select XP or SP for programs where quick movement
occurs, such as sports programs, and LP or EP for talk shows, etc.
Recording
speed
less movement.
)eeds for a 4.7 GB disc are set as follows:
Recording
amount
(approx.)
Maximum recording
time (approx.)
XP
10 Mbps
1 hour
SP
5 Mbps
2 hours
I P
2 Mbps
4 hours
EP
1.6 Mbps
6 hours
FRfi0 FR360
(_'pg39)
FR420
The amount
ITR using the •
button
on the unit's
to set the recording
duration
up to 6 hours,
to set exceeding
the disc remaining
time.
but it
on
is
received
on the TV's tuner
is displayed
on the TV
2 Switchthe Remoteto TV controlmode.
MPEG2 format is used as recording
format.
quality, the "bps" unit is used to represent
relatively
by
Switchthe TV to TV mode.
Slide
The recording
•
During
recording,
press TV/VIDEO
to select
TV mode.
• Video mode is disengaged
and the video indicator
on the unit
is turned off.
®o®
with
time
WatchAnotherProgram
While
Recording
ontheUnit
!
SLO_'_- P_¥,_SELECT
SDW÷
Recording
press
While re_ording
is going on, you can watd_ another program
the TV by using the TV's tuner. It is required that the Remote
set to be able to operate the TV in advance. (L_ _ pg. 92, "TV
Multi-Brand
Remote Control")
PREVIOUS
0000
minutes,
recording
NOTES:
• You _an only perform
front panel.
REC_ODE
LI'_ECHECK
_
_0
varies
1
6 hours
depending
on the
selected time.
FR480
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7 hour
8 hour
the
switch
TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
to TV.
3 Selectthe desiredchannel.
Press
CH
+/-
repeatedly.
Elapsed
Recording
TimeandDisc
Remaining
TimeIndication
During
recording,
press
DISPLAY
repeatedly
desired
indication
appears
on the front display
• Each time you press DISPLAY, the time indi(ation
follows:
Elapsed
recording
time -'* Dis(
(Back to the beginning)
remaining
time -*
until
the
panel.
changes
CIo_k
-'*
as
FreeRateFunction
NOTES:
• You can program
To record
the entire
program,
the unit automatically
set the
appropriate
recording
speed depending
on the combination
the total time of the program to be recorded
an(] either the
remaining
disc space or the specified
minutes to 480 minutes).
To record
the
entire
program
remaining
disc space
Select "FR (lUST)" in a recording
(_-_ pg. 61,65)
• Note that this function
recording
within
the
time (from
only
60
procedure.
for timer
to timer-record,
regardless
of the
avoid this, make sure of the disc remaining
timer-programing.
time before
setting
(Example)
If you programed
to timer-record
for 60 minutes in
SP mode on a 120-minute
disc, the disc remaining
time
would be 30 minutes in XP mode, 60 minutes in SP mode,
actual
speed selection
is available
of
this unit
disc remaining
time. When the disc remaining
time is not
enough,
recording
may stop in the middle of a program. To
programing
recording.
To record the entire program by specifying
the desired
recording
time
Select "FR60-FR360", "FR420" or "FR480" in a re_ording speed
selection procedure. (_ pg. 57, 61, 65)
To record a 25-rain. long daily program five times just on
a same disc for example
Perform "VCR Plus+_Timer Programing" (_ pg. 60) procedure.
Be sure to set the recording speed to "FR125" and set Weekly/
Daily Rec Function to "MON FRI" in step [] to fit the total
recording time to the whole disc space.
120 minutes
in IP mode,
180 minutes
in EP mode,
minutes in FR480 mode. Timer-recording
beyond these remaining
times.
will
and 240
not complete
• The maximunl
recording
time of FR (JUSI) mode is the same
as the recording
time of FR480 mode. When timer-programing
a long program in FR (lUST) mode on a disc whose remaining
time is short, it is recommended
checking
the disc remaining
time in FR480 mode to see if the remaining
the program.
time
• It may not be possible to [)lay back some discs
FR420 or FR480 mode on some other units.
• Even if more than
(JUST) mode, only
• In order to ensure
feature may leave
the disc.
is enough
recorded
in
one program are timer-programed
in FR
the first one is recorded.
that the recording fits on the disc, this
a slight non-recorded
section at the end of
• There may be some noise and sound disturbance
on the disc where the unit switches the mode.
at the point
Second
AudioRecording
A: 1st
B: 2nd
C: 3 rd
When the same program is recorded
in SP mode
"FR125",
the 5th program cannot be recorded.
A: 1 st
B:2nd
C:3rd
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This unit's built-in
MTS decoder enables reception
of
Multichannel
TV Sound broadcast.
lo record a SAP program
received,
set "2ND AUDIO
RECORD" to "ON".
(_-_ pg. 98)
D:4th
E: 5th
instead
NOTES:
of in
D:4th
E: Blank
(20 rain.)
for
When the channel is changed on the unit;
• The "MONO"
indicator
appears on the screen for about 5
seconds if the program is a monoral
broadcast.
• The "STEREO"
indicator
appears on the screen for about 5
seconds if the program is a stereo broadcast.
• Both "STEREO" an(] "SAP" indicators
appear when a stere()
program is accompanied
by SAP sound.
• Both "MONO"
an(] "SAP" indicators
appear when the main
audio on the monoral
broadcast
is accompanied
by SAP
sound.
dO
EN
TIMER
VCRPlus+
®Timer
Programing
Loada disc.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a recordable disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (L_ _pg, 1 1).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
F_I
You can program
this unit to timer-record
8 programs.
With the VCR Plus+ system,
timer
as many
programing
as
Accessthe VCRPlus+screen.
Press VCR Plus+.
is greatly
simplified
because each TV program has a corresponding
number which your unit is able to recognize.
You can use the Remote to enter the PlusCode number.
Before
• Turn
• Turn
• Slide
• Make
RECORDING
code
performing the VCR Plus+ Timer Programing:
on the unit.
on the TV and select the AV mode.
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
sure that the unit's built-in clock is set
properly.
TV[_iD
....
T,_ TV [_)i _TA_bi3"i6_
I_1
Press
enter
Enterthe PlusCode
number.
the
the
number
PlusCode
of a program
record,
then
you
keys to
number
wish
press
to
ENTER.
• [f you have made a mistake,
press X and input the correct
number before you press
ENTER.
• To dear all entered numbers at a time, press lB.
• If the number you entered is invalid, "PI USCODE
NO. ERROR
CONFIRM
PLUSCODE
NO. THEN RETRY" appears on the TV
screen. Input a valid PlusCode number.
• If "GUIDE
PROGRAM
IS NOT SE] SELECT CHANNEl
YOU
WANT TO RECORD"
appears on the TV screen, set Guide
Channel
Numbers (_-_" pg. 62) manually.
• When "PROGRAM
FULL DELETE UNWANIED
TIMER
PROGRAM"
appears
some of the reserved
on the TV screen, you need to cancel
programs. (_ _ pg. 69)
0_9_
L_e
X_
VCRPlus+
The PlusCode number you entered and the matching
timer-recording
information
are displayed on the TV
screen. Check if they are correct.
• To cancel this setting, press VCR Plus+ or RETURN.
VCRPlu_pR0r_._HECK
RECLINKTIMER
[NT[_
number
SLOW- P_¥;_LEOT SLOW÷
REC
_IODE
LI_E'C
_¢K
°0Z0,Z,Z
0 0 0
IMPORTANT:
Make sure the channel
displayed;
if not, enter
PREVlOU_
SETUP
Checkthe programdata.
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you wish
position
number you wish to re_ord
manually
the channel position
to record.
is
Set
[]
[]
NOTES:
thefollowingrecording
optionsas
required.
Press <i K" to select the desired
Press z'_V to select the desired
ENTER.
• There
option.
setting, then press
• VCR Plus+ Timer Programing
is not possible
exclusively
for On-Disc
Timer Programing.
is switched
programed.
Box or
To timer-record
system:
Accessthe confirmationscreen.
Press ENTEr.
Completetimerprograming.
receiver
a satellite
during
timer-recording,
starts again if it
the time
you
Users
broadcast
using the VCR PI us+
[]
[]
Perform "VCR Plus+ _ Timer Programing'.
Leave the Cable Box or DBS receiver's power
rec Function
programs with
on.
one of the following
weekly/daily
see
WEEKLY
Engagethe unit'stimermode.
Press ® ITIMFr).
The unit turns off automatically
and
"®" appears on the front display panel.
• To disengage the timer mode, press Q {TIMER) again.
IMPORTANT
If you have moved to a different
area or if a broadcasting
station's channel number has been change(], the wrong
channel number will be displayed on the VCR Plus+ program
screen in step []. When this happens, set the correct Guide
Channel number for that station. (_ pg. 60, "VCR Plus+ _
Timer Programing')
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on the discs used
Perform "Cable Box Control Setting" (_L__ pg. 29) or "DBS
Receiver Control Setting" (z_" pg. 32).
MON-FRI
_
DBS
broadcast
the beginning
[]
Daily/Weekly
You can record
timer settings.
PressENTEr.
• To program another timer, repeat steps []
b'_.
• If "PROGRAM
OVERLAPPED"
appears on the TV screen,
"When
programs overlap each other" (_-_ pg. 70).
to a recordable
function
on a DVD-RW
• If the copy limited program is receive(] during
the unit enters Record Pause mode. Recording
Cable
F'_
Programing
disc with VCR Plus+ Timer Programing
function,
of the second one may be left off the recording.
"REC MODE"/_-_"
pg. 58, "Recording
Speed") (z_" pg. 59,
"Free Rate Function"),
"DAI[.Y/WEEKI.Y"
(_-_ pg. 61,
"Daily/Weekly
Rec Function"),
"NAME"
(k_" pg. 76,
"Modify
Program Name"), and "STOP" (lb advance/go
back the stop time by 30 minutes, press and hold/\_).
_J
may be cases that VCR Plus+ Timer
prolongs the stop time of the programing.
• When two successive programs are recorded
MON-SAT
SUN-SAT
Select to record
a weekly
program.
Select to record a daily program
Monday through
Friday.
from
Select to record a daily program
Monday through Saturday.
from
Select to record a daily
through Saturday.
from
program
Sunday
62
EN
TIMER
Changing
VCR
Plus+
®Setting
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD switch to DVD.
RECORDING
(cont.)
The VCR Plus+ programing
system assigns a VCR Plus+
guide channel to the TV channels and the cable
channels. These guide channel numbers are also called
the VCR Plus+ channel codes. Most TV listings have a
section, usually a chart, indicating
the guide channel
numbers assigned to each station.
lb ensure that VCR Plus+ timer recording operates
correctly,
it is necessary to set the VCR Plus+ "Guide
Channel Set" for each station.
If you have moved to a different area or if a broadcasting
station's channel number has been changed, perform the
following
steps to set the correct guide channel number.
NOTES:
iw
TV
• In many instances, the VCR Plus+ guide dlannel numbers for
cable and broadcast TV stations DO NOT match the channel
number on which it is received by your unit or cable box.
Check your TV listing, or contact your cable supplier for
details.
• Many TV stations can be viewed on cable. Check your TV
listing, or contact your cable supplier for details.
GuideChannel
Number
Set
vcRplu_PROG_HeCK
nECLINKTIMEn
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press SET UP.
PREVIOUS
SLOW- Pt_SEtECT SLOW+
I_1
[]
REC_ODELIVECHECK
_
SETUP
o 0q0,PEN£
SETUP
[email protected]
[]
Accessthe "TUNERSET"screen.
Press _ _" to select
"INFrIAI. SET UP', then
press ENTER.
Press 4 b" to select
"TUNER
ENTER.
SET", then press
JVC
I_1
[]
[]
[]
EntertheGuideChannelnumber.
Press i\V to select
"GUIDE CH SET", then
.....
_ "_
press ENTER.
Press/'\_
to select
"GUIDE CH', then press
ENTER.
Press i\V to select the
Guide Channel number
for the desired
station
as
shown in the TV listings.
Then press ENTER.
• To change the Guide Channel number in 10 increments, press
and hold/\V.
• [f you receive your channels with a cable box and if you have
properly set your Controller, "CATV CH'appears in place of
"DVD CH'. if not, perform "Changing VCR Plus+ _Setting"
(_-_"pg. 62).
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L_e
[]
[]
Enterthereceivingchannelpositionnumber.
Press/\_
Press/\V
to select "DVD CH', then press ENTER.
to select the number of the unit's channel
position on which the Guide Channel number's
broadcast is received by the unit or the DBS receiver.
Then press ENTER.
• To timer-record a satellite program with the VCR Plus+ system,
you need to install a supplied Controller and perform the
procedure described in "Cable Box Control Setting"
(_ pg. 29) or "DBS Receiver Control Setting" (_-_ pg. 32).
• Repeat steps [] and [] as necessary.
_
Completethe setting.
Press SET UP.
GuideChannel
Number
"Guide Channel (GUIDE CH) number"
refers to the assigned
TV station numbers, according
to broadcast area, for the VCR
Plus+ timer recording.
The Guide Channel numbers can be
found in most TV listings.
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d_
EN
TIMER
ManualTimer
Programing
this unit to timer-record
8 programs.
If you do not know
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a recordable disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (L_ _pg. 1 1).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
as
Press
AccessProgramCheckscreen.
PROG/CHECK.
• When
the PlusCode
wish to record, use the following
timer-record
the program.
Before
• Turn
• Turn
• Slide
• Make
as many
number
procedure
(cont.)
Loada disc.
F_
You can program
RECORDING
for the program
to set your
performing Manual Timer Programing:
on the unit.
on the TV and select the AV mode.
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
sure that the unit's built-in clock is set
you
"PROGRAM
FULL
DELETE UNWANTED
unit to
TIMER
PROGRAM"
appears on the
TV screen, you nee(] to cancel
some of the reserved
programs.
I_1
?-€_ pg. 69)
Accessthe programscreen.
Press/\_ repeatedly to
select "NEW TIMER
PROGRAM", then press
ENTER.
properly.
TV_DVD
L_e
Entertherecordingdate.
0_9_
Press/\_
repeatedly to set the desired date.
• The current (]ate appears on the TV screen. The date you enter
appears in its [)lace.
_
T0PMEN0
Entertherecordingstart time.
r_Vl_'ll0N
Press <" b" to select "START",
to set the desired
start time.
r_ENU
nET0_N
• Each press of/\_
increments.
PREVJ0US
(ZE3
• To advancdgo
an(] hold/\_.
SLOW= P_¥;SELECTSLOW÷
REC
_0DELI_E'C
HECK
°0ZoN%Z
SETOP
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then
advances/goes
back the start time
press/\_
repeatedly
back the start time
in 30-rain.
in l-rain.
increments,
press
_]
Cable
Entertherecordingstoptime.
Press _ _ to select "STOP", then press/\_
repeatedly to
set the desired stop time.
• Each press of/\x7 advances/goes back the stop time in 1-min.
increments.
• To advance/go back the stop time in 30-rain. increments, press
and hold/\V.
Box or
To timer-record
Programing:
Enterthechannelposition.
Press _ _ to select "CH",
select the desired
channel.
then
• If you are using a DBS receiver,
RECEIVER
USERS"
receiver
a satellite
repeatedly
see "A1TENTION
to
[]
[]
Perform "Manual
Leave the Cable
Timer Programing".
Box or DBS receiver's
FOR
CATV:
lb timer-record
the unit.
lb timer-record
unit, or through
_Set
the other recordingoptionsas required.
DBS:
Refer to step [] in "VCR Plus+<' Iimer Programing"
{_ pg. 60).
L_
Completetimerprograming.
PressENTEr.
another
timer,
repeat steps []
[_.
Engagethe unit'stimermode.
Press @ {TIMER).
lhe
unit turns off automatically
and
"®" appears on the front display panel.
• To disengage the timer mode, press (!) {TIMER) again.
NOTES:
two successive
programs
are recorded
on a DVD-RW
disc with Manual
timer programing
recording function,
the
beginning
of the second one may be left off the recording.
• [f the copy limited program is received during timer-recording,
the unit enters Record Pause mode. Recording
starts again if it
is switched
(unless
a regular
USERS
"DBS
RECEIVER SET"
a cable
a cable
TV broadcast
TV broadcast
box (unless
SET" is set to "OFF" zv _ pg. 30).
lb timer-record
a satellite broadcast
a DBS receiver.
If the dlannel
number entered requires
"7=DBS"
is displayed
on the screen.
[f this happens, press the DBS (number
"DBS'.
Press ENTER.
• When
RECEIVER
on.
received
received
"CABLE
received
or
on
on the
BOX
through
NOTE:
Accessthe confirmationscreen.
• To program
DBS
power
is set to "OFF" L_ _ pg. 33), the band indication
(TV, CA/V
DBS) appears on the left of the channel number indication.
No indication:
FOR DBS
in the right column.
using Man ual Timer
Perform "Cable Box Control Setting" (L_ _ pg. 29) or "DBS
Receiver Control Setting" (_
pg. 32).
If you are using a DBS receiver
press/'\_
Users
broadcast
[]
ATTENTION
_
DBS
to a recordable
broadcast
during
programed.
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the time
you
that the band
key "7")
be set,
to select
6EN
TIMER
timer
especially
programed
week.
single
Programing
is a function
used with
Loada disc.
discs that are
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a recordable disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (_-€_pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
intended for a specific program. The disc is then
for a program you always watch every day or every
Since older programs are automatically
overwritten,
DVD-RAM/RW
(VR mode) disc can be used without
worrying
about how much recording capacity
(_-_" pg. 68, "How discs are overwritten")
You can program
each disc to timer-record
a
remains.
as many as
8 programs.
Before
• Turn
• Turn
• Slide
• Make
(cont.)
Tomakethediscfor 0n-DiscTimer
Programing
0n-DiscTimer
Programing
On-Disc
RECORDING
performing On-Disc Timer Programing:
on the unit.
on the TV and select the AV mode.
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
sure that the unit's built-in clock is set
properly.
_
AccessProgramCheckscreen.
Press PROG/CHECK,
I_1
Accessthe programscreen.
When On-Disc Timer
time on the disc
• On-Disc
Timer Programing
is possible only with the disc
for On-Disc
Timer Programing.
• ff data is recorded on a disc for On-Disc
Timer Programing
using a unit from another manufacturel_
On-Disc
Timer
Programing
may no longer function
properly.
is made for the first
Press i\V repeatedly to select "DISC TIMER PRGM',
then press ENTER.
• When some programs are recorded on the disc, a caution
message appears, in such a case, backup the programs as
require(], then format the disc before making On-Disc Timer
Programing. (_-_ pg. 101, "Format a disc")
When On-Disc Timer
made on the disc
ATTENTION:
Programing
Programing
has already been
Press i\T, repeatedly to select "NEW
PROGRAM",
then press ENTER.
TIMER
Entertherecordingdate.
Press z'_V repeatedly
to set the desired
date.
• The (urrent (]ate appears on the TV screen. The (]ate you enter
appears in its place.
TV _DVD
DVDO!I
_
Entertherecordingstart time.
Press <" _" to select "START",
to set the desired start time.
then press/\_
repeatedly
• Each press of/\x7 advances/goes back the start time in 1-min.
increments.
• To advance/go back the start time in 30-rain. increments, press
and hold/\V.
TOPMENU
r_q_TION
M_U
RETURN
PRE_OUS
SLOW= P_Y/SELEGTSLOW+
RFC
_ODEU_E'
CHECK
0 0
2......
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l
_1_
Entertherecordingstoptime.
Press _ _ to select "STOP", then press/\_
repeatedly to
set the desired stop time.
• Each press of/\x7 advances/goes back the stop time in 1-min.
increments.
• To advance/go back the stop time in 30-min. increments, press
and hold/\V.
I_"]1 Enterthechannelposition.
Press _ _ to select "CH",
select the desired
channel.
then
press/\_
t-epeatedly
Totimer-record
theprogram
withthe
programed
disc
Loadthe disc.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place the programed
disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" {_-_"pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
to
Engagethe unit'stimer mode.
Press
_Set
"DAILY/WEEKLY"option.
Refer to step [] in "VCR Plus+ '_limer Programing"
!_ pg. 60).
• It is necessary to set "DAllY/WEEKlY"
option for On-Disc
Timer Programing. (_-€_pg. 61, "Daily/Weekly Rec Function")
L_Set
the other recordingoptionsas required.
Refer to step [] in "VCR Plus+ _'Iimer Programing"
{z¢ pg. 60).
• You can select XP, SP, LP, EP or FR480 mode for "REC
MODE". You cannot select FR (JUST), FR60-FR360 and
FR420.
Accessthe confirmationscreen.
Press ENTER.
[H
Completetimerprograming.
Cable
Box
another
or
DBS
timer,
repeat steps [] -I11
receiver
Users
lb timer-record
a satellite broadcast using the On-Disc
Timer
Programing
function:
[] Perform "Cable Box Control Setting"
(_-u" pg. 29) or "DBS
[]
[]
Receiver Control Setting" (_€_ pg. 32).
Perform "On-Disc
Timer Programing'.
Leave the Cable Box or DBS receiver's
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power
_b/I. [he
unit
turns
off and
press DVD
"_(_"
apl)ears
cb/I again.
NOTES:
• Even if On-Disc
Timer Programing
is overlapping
with other
timer programing,
any caution
message does not appear. In
such a case, recording
will be executed
in the descending
order of the recording
start time of the program.
• On-Disc
Timer Programing
is not possible on a DVD-RW
disc
formatted
in video mode. {£_ pg. 101, "Format a DVD-RW
disc")
• The information
of a program recorded
with On-Disc
Timer
Programing
is not stored in the library. (_-_" pg. 82)
• The play list is not created for the programs recorded
with OnDisc Timer Programing.
(£_ pg. 78)
• VCR Plus+ Timer Programing
is not possible on the discs used
exclusively
for On-Disc
Timer Programing.
• Manual
Timer Programing
is not possible on the On-Disc
Timer Programed
disc. (_ pg. 64)
• Basic Recording
is not possible on the On-Disc
Timer
Programed
disc. (£_ pg. 57)
• The On-Disc
Timer Programing
function
does not work on the
unit form other manufactures
even if the On-Disc
Timer
Programed
disc is loaded.
• The beginning
of a program may not be recorded.
Also, if the
1 st program's
recording
stop time and the 2nd program's
recording
start time is the same, the ending of the I st program
may not be recorded.
• If there is a power cut while recording,
the recordings
before
the power cut are not guaranteed.
PressENTEr.
• To program
DVD
on the front display
panel.
• lo disengage
the timer mode,
on.
68
EN
TIMER
RECORDING
(cont.)
Howdiscsare overwritten
(Example
1)
]b record
a 1 -hour serial
drama
every
Friday
in SP nlode
Overwritten
Overwritten
111 r ,
The first program is
overwritten
by the third.
(Example 2)
]b record a 15-minute serial drama every morning in XP mode
\
x
12/6fL
\12/3
•
J
3 rd
2 nd
",\ 12/5
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s
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:
(Example 3)
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i
\..
12/2
'\B'ank
i
'X-"J
iJ
Areas treated
as blank cannot
contain
recorded
material.
NOTE:
On-Dis_
Tinier
Programing
may not always
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as these exanlples.
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be played
,
Blank/'
back
even
if they
The second program is
overwritten by the forth.
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TV_DVD
DVi)cb!I
Press
_
Accessthe programscreen.
i\V
to select
the
settings
required.
• Refer to steps [] - []
(_
_'_
Press
PREW0US
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LI'_EOHECK
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of the
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press
ENTER.
recording
Timer
options
as
Programing"
Completetimer correction.
PROG/CHECK.
screen
resumes.
Engagethe unit'stimer mode.
For On-Disc
Timer
Press DVD tb/I.
SETUP
desired
in "Manual
For VCR Plus+ or Manual
Press ® (TIMER).
_
then
pg. 64).
• The previous
nE_U_N
r_'I_ION
program,
Changea program.
Change
MENU
TOP
MEr_U
the
Timer Programing
Programing
For Satellite Auto recording
Press REC LINK for 2 seconds or more.
dVC
Check,
cancel
andchange
programs
Disengagethe timer mode.
When "®" lights on the front display panel
Press Q ITIMER), then press DVD cb/k
When "_(_"
Press DVD O/i.
lights on the front display
when "R-LK"
lights on the front display
Press REC LINK, then press DVD (b/[.
_
panel
AccessProgramCheckscreen.
PressPROG/CHECK,
•
To
return
screen
program,
again.
to
the previous
after you check
the
press PROG/CHECK
To cancel the program
Press/\V
repeatedly to
select a program to be
cancelled, then press X.
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panel
Program's
information
on the front
display
panel
You can check the details of the programs even when the
power is turned off. (It is necessary that the Power Save mode
(_-_ pg. 99, "POWER
SAVE") is disengaged
or the unit is not
in timer standby mode.) However,
it is not possible to cancel
or change the program's
setting.
[] Press PROG/CHECK.
• "NEW PROG" or "P-1" (if 8 programs have already been
set) appears.
[] Press/\V
repeatedly
until the desired program number
("P-1" to "P-8") appears, then press ENTER.
[] Press _.
• Each time you press L>, the indication
changes as follows
(the settings in parentheses
are examples):
Date ("DATE 03.08SU')
-'_ Start time ("ON 11:00") -_ Stop
time ("OFF 11:30") -_ Channel ("CH 1 ") -'_ Weekly/Daily
("MO-FR
DAILY") -_ Program number ("P-1 ") an(] Recording
speed (SP) -'_ (Back to the beginning)
[] Press PROG/CHECK
to complete
• The normal display resumes.
checking.
TV_DVD
Whenprogramsoverlapeachother
If "PROGRAM
program
Confirm
OVERLAPPED"
appears,
overlapping
the program
with the arrow on "OK",
Program Check screen appears
highlighted
in pink.
you have another
you have just made.
then press PROG/CHECK.
and conflicting
programs
will
be
X
MENU
nE_U_N
Example: Program 3 (you have just made) and Program 4
overlap each other.
PREVJ0US
Confirmtheoverlappingprograms.
SLOW= P_¥,SELECTSt0_'_+
Overlapping
programs
appear
on the TV screen.
RFC_IODE
LI'_EOHECK
_
°0ZoN%
NOTE:
SETUP
000®
JVC
If you (to not mind this overlap, press PROG/CHECK
to finish
the timer program setting. The program with the lower program
number will be recorded an(] the other one will not be recorded
correctly.
If no changes are made for approximately
the unit will return to the normal screen.
_
1 minute,
Selectthedesiredprogram
tobecancelled
or
changed.
Press
z'_V.
To cancel
Press X.
• "THE
the
TIMER
program
PROGRAMING
SETTING
WAS
appears on the TV screen for about 5 seconds,
screen resumes,
To change
the
Press ENTER.
I_1
program
CANCELLED"
then the normal
setting
Changethe programsetting.
• Refer to steps [] - []
in "Manual
Timer
Programing"
(_-_ pg. 64).
L_e
Press
Checkif the conflicthasbeensettled.
PROG/CHECK.
• Program
I[_l
dleck
s_reen appears.
Engage the unit's limer made.
• Refer to step l_l in "Check,
(_-_ pg. 69).
cancel
an(] change
programs"
NOTE:
When any overlaps remain after deletion and modification
programs,
Program Check screen remains showing the
conflicting
programs. In such a case, repeat the procedure
until the conflict
is solve(].
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of
above
SatelliteAuto
Recording
Before
• Make
performing
the following
steps:
sure the DBS receiver is connected
to the unit's
AUDIO/VIDEO
INPUT
(L-l)
connectors.
• Program the timer on the DBS receiver.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
Set the recordingspeed.
Press
Ihis
function
satellite
external
you
to automatically
record
program
which
is timer-programed
on
DBS receiver.
Connect
a [)BS receiver
unit's
AUDIO/VIDEO
program
stops
allows
the timer
recording
receiver.
After
INPUI
on the
DBS
by the
signals
recording,
the
automatically.
• You can also connect
([.-1)
connectors
receiver.
input
unit's
the cable
from
power
box
your
to the
_
and
Fhe
unit
the
starts
Engagethe SatelliteAutoRecordingmode.
Press and hold
or
DBS
shuts
REC MODE.
a
off
if it has a timer.
ATTENTION
• Be sure not to turn on the DBS receiver before the program
is executed;
otherwise,
the unit will start recording
when
the DBS receiver's power is turned on.
• If you have connected
another appliance
other than a DBS
receiver to the AUDIO/VIDEO
INPUT ([-1) connectors,
be
sure not to engage the Satellite Auto Recording
mode;
otherwise,
the unit will start recording
when the connected
appliance's
power is turned on.
• Satellite Auto Recording
and timer-recording
cannot be
done at the same time.
R[(: MOD[
REC LINK for about 2 seconds.
appears on the front display
automatically.
"R-[.K"
panel and the unit turns off
NOTES:
• lo disengage
LINK.
the Satellite
Auto
Re_ording
mode,
press REC
• If the unit's power is off, it is not possible to engage the
Satellite Auto Recording
mode.
• In step _, if "R-LK"
blinks quickly on the front display panel
even though your DBS receiver's power is off, Satellite Auto
Recording
will not work properly
with that DBS receiver*.
If
this is the case, perform "Manual
Timer Programing"
(_
pg. 64) to tinier-record
a satellite program.
* Some DBS leceivels output signals even if the powel is oft. Sateflite
Auto Recoldin_ is not possible with those DBS leceivels.
• "R-LK"
blinks on the front display panel while Satellite
Recording
is in progress.
• For timer programing
of the DBS receiver, refer to the
instruction
manual of the DBS receiver.
• Satellite Auto Recording
does not have a timer.
is not possible
if your
Auto
DBS receiver
• Pressing the unit's d;/[ button while Satellite Auto Recording
is
in progress turns off the unit's power and disengages
the
Satellite Auto Recording
mode.
• If there are more than one satellite programs you wish to
record with Satellite Auto Recording,
it is not possible to set
different
recording
speeds for each program.
• Depending
on the type of DBS receiver, the unit may not
record a slight portion of the beginning
of the program or may
record slightly longer than the actual length of the program.
• If you engage the Satellite Auto Recording
mode when the
DBS receiver's power is on, the unit will not start Satellite Auto
Recording
even though "R LK" blinks on the front display
panel. When the DBS receiver shuts off once and is turned
TvIII[:D
.....
back on again, the unit starts recording.
• You can also record a program from your cable system in the
same way if the system has a timer.
• When the Satellite Auto Recording
mode is engage(], or the
unit's power is turned off after Satellite Auto Recording
is
finished, the unit will not enter the Timer mode even though
"AUTO TIMER" is set to "ON" (Z_" pg. 100).
R[(: LINK
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EN
NA VIGA TION
The library
LibraryDatabase
DVDNavi
Database
select the desired
very easily.
DVD
Navi enables
programs
recorded
you to search
and
on a DVD-RAM/R/RW
disc
You can record up to 99 programs on a disc.
Each time a program
is recorded
on the disc, the information
the program
automatically.
is registered
for the Library
Database
DVD
of
Navi
So, you can confirm the information
of the programs
recorded
on the disc with the Library Database DVD Navi screen. And,
you can also select one of the programs
using the Library Database DVD Navi.
The following
screen appears as the Library Database DVD Navi screen when
select the desired position
on the screen by pressing/\V
_ L> on the Remote.
you press NAVIGATION.
recorded
on the disc
You can move
the arrow
to
[] Index
[]
(Small
Names
still picture
of functions
ORIGINAL
PI.AY
[IBRARY
[]
(_"
on
[]
time
Current!Iotal
The
Icons
[]
and
their
meanings
This program
is write-protected.
This program
has stereo sounds.
This program
recording.
was recorded
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with
timer
recording
number
indicated
(Indicate
the
[]
Guidance
[]
Operational
speed
currently
selected)
of program(s)
there
program
Icons
Recording
arrow
78)
pg. 82)
the
(For example,
[]
program)
pg. 75)
(::_" pg.
Remaining
(Based
[]
(_"
I.IST
of each
are 6 recorded
by the
recording
information
for operations
commands
arrow
situation
for the
programs
is the 3rd
for each
program
and
the
oned
program.)
indicated
by the
Using
Library
Database
DVDNavisystem,
youcaneasily
modify
registered
information,
edittheprogram
orplaylist,as
wellassearch
forthebeginning
ofeach
program.
About
registration
ofinformation
The
following
information
isautomatically
registered
foreach
program
when
ordinary
recording
ortimer
recording
is
performed,
thenstored
inanarea
specified
ontheunit.
• index*
(reduced
stillpictures
toshow
program
titles)
• program
title*
• category*
• date
andtime
• channel
• recording
speed
• length
ofrecording
time
Theitems
marked
withanasterisk
i*)canbeeasily
modified
and
registered
again
after
recording
byusing
Library
Database
DVD
Navi
system.
About
editing
The display for play list
of programs
library
Database
DVD
for editing of programs.
• "Modify
• "Delete
The display for original
Original
program"
Navi system
Information"
(z_" pg. 77)
has the following
functions
(_-_" pg. 75)
The display for library
The limitations
of registration
You can register information
up to 99 programs.
When the amount of information
is at the limits of registration,
you cannot record new program any more. In this case, you
nee(] to delete old programs to register new one. (_-_ pg. 77,
"Delete
program")
NOTE:
Once a DVD-R/RW
displays for original
library appears.
(Video mode) dis_ has been finalized,
the
and play list do not appear. Only display for
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recording
4EN
NAVIGATION
Scanfor Beginning(s)
of Program(s)
You can scan the beginning
Library
Database
• Turn oil the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
DVD
of the program
(cont.)
easily with
the
Navi.
Turnon theunit.
On the unit
Press G/i.
DVDG![
On the Remote
Press DVD t5/I.
I_1
Loada disc.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a recorded disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" i_-<"pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
NAVIGATION
PREVIOUS
SELECT
_'%_""
'
I_1
Accessthe Indexscreen.
[]
Press NAVIGATION.
[]
library Database DVD
Navi screen appears.
Press/",V
<[ _" to move
]he
the arrow to "ORIGINAl/',
then press ENTER.
LECT StOVe+
@
CLEAR
SETUP
000_
L_e
Press
JVC
Selecttheprogram(s).
_ _" to move
the
arrow
on the
• When
_
you want
to cancel
(small
still
the order,
press CLEAR.
Start playback.
Press ENTER. Or simply
starts.
press SELECT. The playback
Pauseplayback.
Press II.
• To resume normal playback, press I_.
_Stop
Press II.
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index
pictures)
of the desired
program.
• When you want the plural
programs to be played back
continuously,
press MEMO
after selecting the desired
program. The numbers of the
playback order appear on the
index. You can select up to
.....i-_J _r _,J _
;'_)'_fJ
30 programs.
• When you want to correct
the order, move the arrow on the desired index and press
MEMO. The number disappears
and the unit re-numbers
the
other programs automatically.
playback.
ModifyIndex
ModifyOriginal
Information
_'_
Turnon theunit.
On the unit
Press tb/1.
_ _ "7
On the Remote
Press DVD c5/I.
• Turn oil the TV and select the AV mode.
',Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
TV_pV0
J
F_
Accessthe Indexscreen.
[-he [ ibrary
[]
Press NAVIGATION.
[]
screen appears.
Press/\V
<} _ to move the arrow
[)atabase
DVD
Navi
to "ORIGINAl/',
then press ENTER.
DVDG![
I_1
Selecta program.
Press zZV <" _" to move the arrow
you want to modify, then press _.
L_e
CD
CSD _)
Accessthe modifyscreen.
[]
Press/'\V
[]
press ENTER.
Press <" _ to move the arrow to "MODIFY
<" _" to move the arrow to "MODIFY",
The "MODIFY
_
[]
oo_oo
_u_ 0,_B,_
INDEX"
then
INDEX'.
screen appears.
Registernew index.
Search for the picture
from the program by
pressing the appropriate
buttons (41_1, I_, I_1_, or
II). The pictures of the
8l_
®
JVC
to select one program
program
window.
[]
appear on the left
Confirm the arrow is on "REPLACE", then press ENTER
to register new index. New index appears on the right
window.
• When you press ENTER with the arrow on "RETURN" you can
return to the previous screen.
_J
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
• Press • to cancel pause mode after pressing NAVIGATION.
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NAVIGATION
ModifyProgramName
ModifyCategory
Perform steps [] to [] of "Modify
continuing.
Perform
steps [] to [] of "Modify Index" (c7° pg. 75) before
continuing.
Accessthe modifyscreen.
[]
Press i\V
[]
press ENTER,
Press _ _ to move the arrow
NAME"
Index" (c_° pg. 75) before
Accessthe modifyscreen.
<" _ to move the arrow to "MODIFY",
The "MODIFY
(cont.)
to "MODIFY
then
NAME".
[]
Press Z\V
[]
press ENTER.
Press <1 _" to move the arrow to "MODIFY
CATEGORY".
[-he "MODIFY
CATEGORY"
screen appears.
< _ to move the arrow to "MODIFY",
then
screen
appears.
F_
Enternew name.
_
Press/\_
< _-to move the
arrow to the desired letter or
Press _"_V _ _" to move the
arrow to the desired
command,
then press
ENTER. Repeat this process
to complete the name.
• To correct
"c', "2",
following
Number
category,
a letter, press/\V
"DELEIE"
or "DEI.ETE AI3",
• You can enter the letters up
• You can also enter the new
example,
when you press 2
_ l-> to move
keys: for entering
the arrow
numbers
Registernew category.
Press ENTER. The library
appears again.
the entering
Database
DVD
Navi screen
and blank
L_e
for moving
or inserting
• button: for correcting
a letter
I_1_1/1_1_1 buttons: for changing
character
I_1
I_1
"b',
by turns. You can use the
letters,
then press ENTER.
to
then press ENTER.
to 64.
name with number keys. For
repeatedly,
"A', "B', "C', "a',
and then "A" appear
buttons.
space
_-- buttons:
Selectnew category.
Returnto the normalscreen.
point
Press NAVIGATION.
tables
Protect
title
Registernew name.
You can protect
Press /\V <" _ to move the arrow to "UPDATE",
then
important
the program
to prevent
accidental
erasure
of the
program.
press ENTER.
Perform
Returnto the LibraryDatabaseDVDNavi
screen.
Press/\V
<i _ to move the arrow to "RETURN",
press ENTER. The [ ibrary
appears again.
_
Database
DVD
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
Navi
Index"
{_"
pg. 75) before
Selecta program.
then
screen
steps [] to [] of "Modify
continuing.
Press/\V
<" _ to move the arrow to a program
to protect, then press _.
_
Protectthe program.
Press
_" to move the arrow
ENTER.
•
appears.
• To cancel the protection,
I_1
you want
to "PROIECT',
repeat []
then press
[] again.
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
NOTE:
All the programs on a disc will be deleted once the disc
formatted even if they are protected titles. {z_" pg. 101)
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Deleteprogram
L_eset
edit-in andedit-outpoints.
You cannot record any more with Library Database DVD Navi
once the registered programs on the disc reach 99 programs.
Deleting unnecessary programs after dubbing (_-_"pg. 89, "Edit
]b Or From Another Recorder") or other operations can increase
remaining time and available recording capacity. (For DVD-R
discs, although it is possible to delete recorded programs,
available recording capacity does not increase.) The deleted
program is never resumed. Play lists and program information in
the unit's library are also deleted.
[]
Perform steps [] to [] of "Modify
continuing.
Index"
(z_ =_pg, 75) before
Find the point where you want the deletion to end,
then press ENTER with the arrow on "OUT".
]he editout time is fixed.
• Press _1-_1,I_, 1_11%I_1_1,I_1_1or II to find the edit-in and
edit-out points.
Selecta program.
_
Press _ _ to move the an-ow to select one program
want to delete, then press V.
_
Accessthe deletescreen.
Press/",V
< P" to move the arrow to "DEI.ETE",
press ENTEr.
I_1
Confirmthedeletion.
you
then
The message appears for your confirmation.
Confirmthe deletion.
Press < _ to select "YES", then press ENTER.
• When you cancel the deletion, select "NO", then press
ENTER.
[]
Press/",V
[]
press ENTEr to preview the edited program.
Press/",V
<[ b- to select "EXECUTE", then press
ENTER.
<[ P" to move the arrow to "PREVIEW",
then
• If you do not want to delete the scene, select "CLEAR" and
press ENTER.
[] Press <" _ to select "YES", then press ENTEr.
• The selected scene is deleted.
• To cancel the deletion, press _ b> to select "NO", then press
ENTER.
To modify the points
[] Press <" P" to move the arrow to "CLEAR", then press
ENTER.
[] Repeat step [] - [].
Returnto thenormalscreen.
_J
Press NAVIGATION.
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
Deleteunwantedpartof theprogram
You can delete unwanted part of the program.
Perform steps [] to [] of "Modify
continuing.
Index"
(z_ ° pg. 75) before
Selecta program.
Press < _ to move the arrow to select one program
whose unwanted
part you want to delete, then press V.
_
Accessthe deletescreen.
Press <" P" to move the arrow
ENTER.
to "EDFF[NG',
then press
Start playback.
Press I_ to start playback. The playback pirtures appear
in the window
on the screen. [-he elapsed playing time
starts counting
with
the arrow on "IN'.
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NOTES:
• There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the
scene you intend to edit, and the scene which is actually
edited.
• Available recording capacity may not match the deleted part
after deletion.
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NAVIGATION
ModifyPlayList
Information
E
e Turn oil the TV and select the AV mode.
e Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
CreatePlayList
Turnon theunit.
On the unit
Press t5/I.
On the Remote
Press DVD t5/I.
|
[]
[]
w
TV_DVD
TV [ o_ STAN0_Yi6_
DVD0/1
(cont.)
Loadadisc.
Press A to open the disc tray.
Place a DVD-RAM or DVD-RW
(VR mode)
disc that
was recorded with this unit on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (_" pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
I_1
Accessthe Play Listscreen.
[]
Press NAVIGATION.
[]
screen appears.
Press/\V
<1 _ to move the arrow
[-he library
Database
DV[)
Navi
to "PEAY IJSI",
then press _ or ENTER.
_ZZ) _D
_D
C_D)
NAVIGATION
Createa playlist.
Press z'_sV <" b to move the arrow
to "CREATE",
then
press ENTER.
_1
_
Start playback.
Press I1_ to start playback.
414_
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000_
The playback
pictures
appear
in the window
on the screen. The elapsed playing time
starts counting
with the arrow on "IN".
• To locate the beginning of other titles, press 141_1/1_1_1.
_TU_
_,_ o,_, 8_o_
l
_]Set
JVC
[]
edit-in andedit-outpoints.
Find the point where you
want the created play list
.....
to begin, then press
ENTER with the arrow on
"IN". The edit-in time is
IIPlay
List
It is a (ollection of the scenes. A play list can be freely edited
and played back without ever changing any original recording
data.
Using the random access of a DVD disc (which allows video
data to be instantly read no matter where it is on the disc), a play
list includes information such as the timer counter for the
playback start point and end point, indexes for checking the
contents of recorded data, category information, and more.
Playback according to a play list you have created allows you to
enjoy various combinations of video images from a single
program.
fixed
and the elapsed
playing time starts
counting
again.
[] Find the point where you want the created play list to
end, then press ENTER with the arrow on "OUT".
The
edit-out time is fixed.
• Press _1-_1,I_, 1_1_, I_1_1,I_1_1or II to find the edit-in and
edit-out points.
• The edit-out point must come after the edit-in point.
_
[]
Confirmtheplay list.
Press <" _ to move the arrow to "PREVIEW",
then
press ENTER to preview the play list.
[] Press < _ to select "EXECUTE", then press ENTER.
• The play list is created.
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To modify the points
[] Press
_ to move the arrow
ENTER.
[]
Repeat step[]
_
to "CLEAR",
then
press
_
Confirmtheaddition.
[]
_.
Press <" _ to move the arrow to "PREVIEW",
press ENTER to preview approximately
before and after the edited scene.
Returnto the normalscreen.
[] Press _ b" to select "EXECUTE",
• The selected scene is added.
Press NAVIGATION.
NOTES:
• There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the
scene you intend to edit, and the scene which is actually
edited.
• The title, index and category of the play list can be modified in
the same way as "ORIGINAl". (_z_"pg. 75, "Modify Original
Information')
• You can modify the play list that has ust been created here by
adding, moving, or deleting unwanted parts to create a digest
edition, etc.
Perform steps [] to [] of "Create Play List" (_u" pg. 78) before
continuing.
To modify the points
[] Press <" _ to move the arrow to "CLEAR", then press
ENTER.
[] Repeat step [] - [].
_
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
NOTE:
Movescenes
Perform steps [] to [] of "Create
continuing.
Selecta playlist.
Press <" _" to move the arrow to the play list to which
Selecta playlist.
Press < _ to move the arrow to a play list into which
wish to move a scene, then press _.
Accessthe Editingscreen.
Press _ _ to move the
[]
Press <" _ to move the
arrow to "ADD SCENE".
F_
[]
_IiZ,Z]_.;;,,
_
[]
I_1
Play List" (L_ :"pg. 78) before
you
wish to add a scene, then press V.
[]
then press ENTER.
There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the
scene you intend to edit, and the scene which is actually edited.
Addscenesto a playlist
_
then
5 seconds
you
Accessthe Editingscreen.
Press
_ _" to move
arrow
to "EDllING",
the
then
press ENTEr.
Press _ _ to move the
arrow to "MOVE SCENE".
[ _:_,
Start playback.
Press I_ to start playback. The playback pictures appear
in the window
on the screen. The elapsed playing time
starts counting with the arrow on "IN".
• To locate the beginning of other titles, press 141_1/1_1_1.
L_eset
Find the point where you want the added scene
begin, then press ENTER with the arrow on "IN".
edit-in time is fixed and the elapsed playing time
counting again.
[] Find the point where you want the added scene
end, then press ENTER with the arrow on "OUT".
edit-out time is fixed.
• Press _1-_1,I_, 1_11%I_1_1,I_1_1or II to find the edit-in
edit-out points.
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Start playback.
Press I_ to start playback.
The playback
pictures
appear
in the window
on the screen. The elapsed
playing time
starts counting
with the arrow on "IN".
• To locate the beginning of other titles, press I_1_1/1_1_1.
edit-in andedit-out points.
[]
I_1
to
The
starts
to
The
and
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EN
L_eset
[]
[]
[]
[]
NAVIGATION
edit-in andedit-out points.
1_1
Press I,,- to start playback. The playback pictures appear
in the window on the screen. The elapsed playing time
starts counting
with the arrow on "IN".
• To locate the beginning of other titles, press 141_1/1_1_1.
Press I_ to start playback.
Find the point where you want the moved scene to be
moved, then press ENTER with the arrow on "MOVE
TO'.
[]
_Confirm
the move.
Press <" _ to move the arrow
to "PREVIEW",
[] Press <" _ to select "EXECUTE",
• The selected scene is moved.
To modify the points
[] Press _ _" to move the arrow
ENTER.
then press ENTER.
to "CLEAR",
then
then press
Repeat steps [] - [].
[_]
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
There may be a discrepancy
of several seconds between the
scene you intend to edit, and the scene which is actually edited.
Deleteunwanted
partfromplaylist
Play List" {_
pg. 78) before
Selecta playlist.
Press _ _ to move the arrow
to a play list from
you wish to delete unwanted
parts, then press V.
[]
Press <" _ to move the arrow to "PREVIEW",
press ENTER to preview the scene approximately
5
seconds before and after the deleted part.
[] Press <" _ to select "EXECUTE", then press ENTER.
• The selected scene is deleted.
[]
NOTE:
[]
[]
Confirmthedeletion.
To modify the points
[] Press < _" to move the arrow to "CLEAR",
ENTER.
Press NAVIGATION.
_
_
then press
Returnto the normalscreen.
Perform steps [] to [] of "Create
continuing.
[]
Find the point where you want the deletion to begin,
then press ENTER with the arrow on "IN". ]he edit-in
time is fixed and the elapsed playing time starts
counting
again.
Find the point where you want the deletion to end,
then press ENTER with the arrow on "OUT".
The editout time is fixed.
then
Repeat step [] - [].
[_]
Set edit-in andedit-outpoints.
• Press _1-_1,I_, 1_11_,i_l_l, I_1_1or II to find the edit-in and
edit-out points.
press ENTER to preview the part approximately
5
seconds before and after the point to which the scene
has been moved.
[]
Start playback.
Find the point where you want the moved scene to
begin, then press ENTER with the arrow on "IN". The
edit-in time is fixed and the elapsed playing time starts
counting again.
Find the point where you want the moved scene to
end, then press ENTER with the arrow oil "OUT". The
edit-out time is fixed.
• Press _1-_1,I_, 1_1_, t_1_1,I_1_1or II to find the edit-in, editout and move-to points.
[]
(cont.)
which
Accessthe Editingscreen.
Press _ _" to move the
_
arrow to "E D IT[ N G", t h e n
press ENTER.
Press < _ to move the
arrow to "DEI.ETE
_'
SCENE", then press
ENTER.
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' ' _'_'
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NOTE:
There may be a discrepancy of several seconds between the
scene you intend to edit, and the scene which is actually edited.
EN
Playbackplaylist
Deleteplaylist
Perform steps [] to [] of "Create Play List" (_° pg. 78) before
continuing.
Perform
steps [] to [] of "Create Play List" (_° pg. 78) before
continuing.
Selectthe playlist(s).
Press <" _ to move
pictures)
the
arrow
of the desired
play
• When you want the plural
lists to be played back
81
Selecta playlist.
on the
index
(small
still
[]
list.
[]
play
continuously,
press MEMO
after selecting
the desired play
lists. The numbers of the
Press <. _ to move the arrow to select one play list
you want to delete, then press V.
Press < b to move the arrow to "DELETE",then press
ENTER.
F_
playback
order appear on the
index. You can select up to 30
...._........
Confirmthedeletion.
Press
< _
to select
"YES",
then
press
ENTER.
......
• When you cancel
ENTER.
play lists.
the deletion,
select
"NO",
then press
• When you want to correct the order, move the arrow on the
desired index and press MEMO.
The number disappears
and
the unit
• When
re-numbers
you want
the other
to cancel
I_1
play lists automatically.
the order,
Returnto the normalscreen.
press II.
Press NAVIGATION.
F_
Start playback.
Press ENTER. Or simply
_1
press I_. [-he playback
Pauseplayback.
Press II.
• To resume normal playback, press _.
L_stop
NOTE:
starts.
Even if a play list is deleted, the programs recorded on a I-)VD
disc and the library information are not affected at all.
ModifyIndex
[]
[]
Perform
Perform
steps [] to []
steps [] to []
of "Create
of "Modify
Play list" (_:" pg. 78).
Index" (z_" pg. 75).
playback.
PressII.
ModifyProgram
Title
[]
[]
Perform
Perform
steps []
steps []
to []
to []
of "Create
of "Modify
Play List" I_ ° pg. 78).
Program Name"
/z_" pg. 76).
ModifyCategory
[]
[]
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Perform steps []
Perform steps []
/_ :" pg. 76).
to []
to []
of "Create
of "Modify
Play I.ist" (_° pg. 78).
Category"
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EN
NAVIGATION
ModifyLibrary
Information
(cont.)
ScanforProgram
fromlibrary
Turnon theunit.
On the unit
Press G/I.
On the Remote
Press DVD t5/I.
Program information can be registered in the unit's memory for
up to 1,300 programs. It is helpful when finding out on which
disc the desired program is recorded.
• Turn on tile TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
F_
Accessthe library screen.
[]
Press NAVIGATION.
DVD
Navi
[]
screen appears.
Press/\V
<[ _ to move the arrow to "[ [BRARY',
The library
Database
then
press ENTER.
I_1
TV_DVD
DVDG![
Sortthe information.
Press _ _ to move the arrow
to the appropriate
sort button
to sort the information,
then
press ENTER.
NAVIGAI]0N
[NT[R
"DISC No." :
Sort by disc number
"CATEGORY"
: Sort by category
"DATE" :
Sort by date
"NAME"
:
Sort by name
• The sorting order can be switched between ascending order
and descending order by pressing the sort buttons.
PREVl0US
GE]
SL_-
Selecttheprogram(s).
PL_¥,_SELECT
SL0't_+
REC_IODE
U'_ECHECK
_g_
_
o 0q0,Z,Z_A
SETUP
000_
l
Press <] _ to move the arrow
to select the desired
i)rograrn, then press ENTEr.
• Playback begins automatically
located.
after the selected program is
When the disc that contains
loaded
dVC
the selected program is not
A screen prompting
you to load the designated disc
appears. Place the disc whose number is displayed on the
screen after pressing ENTEr to close the prompt screen.
Then perform steps [] to El.
_
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
NOTE:
If a disc registered in the library is recorded or modified on DVD
units from other manufacturers, it may become impossible to
operate properly.
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Deleteinformation
Registerdisc
Turnonthe unit.
Turnon theunit.
On the unit
Press t5/I.
On the unit
Press tb/I.
On the Remote
Press DVD t5/I.
On the Remote
Press DVD cb/I.
I_1
I_1
Loada disc.
Accessthe library screen.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a disc you want to register on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" (_-u"pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
[]
Press NAVIGATION.
DVD
Navi
[]
screen appears.
Press/\V
<i _ to move the arrow to "[ [BRARY',
then
I_1
I_1
[]
[]
Navi
[]
then
[]
press ENTER.
L_e
Registerthe disc.
L_e
Press/\V
_
_
Confirmthe registration.
_J
then press ENTER.
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
discs used for On-Disc Timer
discs formatted on devices other
discs recorded on devices other
discs when "SAVE AS LIBRARY" is
SET UP menu. (_:_"pg. 98)
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move the arrow to the appropriate
the information,
then press ENTER.
the arrow to a program you want to
_.
Deletethe program.
< _ to move
the arrow
to "DELETE",
press ENTER.
Confirmthedeletion.
Press < _" to select "DELETE",
then press ENTER.
_!1_t Returnto the normalscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
NOTES:
• It is not possible to register
Programing. (_" pg, 66)
• [t is not possible to register
than JVC's DVD recorders.
• It is not possible to register
than JVC's DVD recorders.
• [t is not possible to register
set to "OFF" in FUNCTION
Selecta program.
Press/'\V
< _" to
sort button to sort
Press _ _" to move
delete, then press
Press<1 _ to move the arrow to "REGISTER", then press
ENTER.
Press <" _ to select "REGISTER",
Database
press ENTER.
Accessthe libraryscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
The library
Database DVD
screen appears.
Press z"sV < b, to move the arrow to "lIBRARY",
The library
then
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NAVIGATION
(cont.)
Playback
withMP3/JPEGNavigation
This unit
can play back discs
The MP3/JPEG
The following
the desired
Navigation
screen appears
position
that MP3 sound
enables
files and JPEG image files taken
you to search and select
as the MP3!JPEG
on the screen by pressing/\V
Navigation
the desired
screen when
with
digital
recorded
still cameras
on CD-R/RW
you press NAVIGATION.
or other
or CD-ROM
devices
are recorded.
discs very easily.
You can move the arrow
to select
_ L> on the Remote.
[]
Name of the inserted
[]
[]
Sort buttons ('MP3'_'(JPEG')
Selected group number/total
disc
[]
[]
Group name
Return button
[]
[]
Group name/Created
File type indicator
b:
MP3
[]
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files
disc.
number
of groups on the
("RETURN")
date
_:
IPEG
Selected file
[]
Selected file number/total
that contains the selected
[]
Program
number/file
name
number
file
of files in the group
Locating
thedesiredgroupandtracks Program
Playback
Loada disc.
Perform steps [] to [] of "Locating
the desired
tracks" in the left column
before continuing.
[] Press A to open the disc tray.
[] Place a disc on the disc tray.
• For details, refer to "Placing a Disc" {_u" pg. 11).
[] Press A to close the disc tray.
Accessthe MP3/JPEG Navigationscreen.
Press NAVIGATION.
3he MP3!JPEG
Navigation
screen
appears.
I_1
_
b- to move
then press MEMO.
• The order number
the
appears
arrow
to the desired
item,
on the left of the track name.
• Repeat this step as necessary.
• To cancel the track, press/\_7
_ [.'-"to move
track, then
• Pressing •
numbers.
press X.
clears all the order
the arrow
to the
Displaytheitem.
For MP3 Playback
Press <" _ to move the arrow
F_
to "MP3".
NOTES:
• It is not possible
• It is not possible
Selectthe group.
_ to move
to the desired
press
tile
group,
[] Press II.
• The order numbers are reset and cleared.
appear.
[]
For JPEG Playback
• The irrlages in the selected
appear.
_
Selectthe item.
Press/"_V
arrow
<
to the
press
_, to move
desired
ENTER.
starts playback
selected
item.
the
item,
]he
from
unit
the
• The unit stops when all items
in the selected group are
played
back.
NOTES:
• If you press I1_ instead
playback
of ENTER in step I_11the unit
starts
from the first file of the group.
• JPEG files are played back as a slide show at the set intervals.
(_" pg. 52, "Select the switching
interval of the slide show")
• If a file name includes any 2-byte character, the unit may not
show the file name correctly.
• Press/\V
to move the arrow to "RETURN",
then press ENTER
to return to the screen that shows the group(s).
• The order of the groups and items shown in step [] and [] may
differ
from the order
tracks and irrlages simultaneously.
tracks or images in other groups.
On completion of the playback of all the items
[] Perform steps [] to [] of "Locating the desired
and tracks" in the left column.
then
For MP3 Playback
• The tracks in the sele(ted
group
to select
to select
arrow
ENTER.
group
I_.
• To quit the Program Playback, press •.
• Repeat playback
can be performed
if it is set as such in Play
Set Up menu. {_-u" pg. 48, "Repeat Playback")
For JPEG Playback
Press < b to move the arrow to "]PEG'.
• Only groups which contain JPEG files appear.
Press <
Start playback.
Press
• Only groups which contain MP3 files appear.
then
and
Selecttheitemsin the desiredorder.
Press/",V
_
group
shown
on your PC.
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Press NAVIGATION
to complete
the procedure.
group
86EN
EDITING
DVDubbing
TV_DVD
You can dub programs from a camcorder
or DV equipment
connected
to the unit with a DV cable. The unit's Remote allows
you the limited
equipment
control
functions
of the connected
during
camcorder
or DV
dubbing.
NOTE:
When
you connect
assure the normal
a PC to the DV IN connector,
operation
CH+/-
we do not
of this unit.
Your unit
DV IN connector
RE( MOD[
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_u_ ,,_
o,_o_,ffg_
oo_
Camcorder
dVC
DV caN(
{not supplied)
DV con nector
/
DV equipment
\
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EN
Make connections.
I_
Connect a camcorder or DV equipment
connector on the unit's front paneh
I_
[]
I.oad
on
the
DV equipment
stop dubbing.
NOTES:
• Dubbing
copyright
guarded
• Original
DV informations
are not recorded.
a DVD-RAM/RW/R
unit.
Press CH +/- to set
channel
to "DV
Press • on the Remote.
• Both the unit an(] the external
Preparethe unitfor dubbing.
disc
[]
to the DV IN
Stopdubbing.
• The superimposed
is not recorded.
the
indication
• Only DV format image
cannot be dubbed.
DUBBING".
programs
is not possible.
such as the recording
during
(]ate an(] time
the operation
can be dubbed;
MPEG2
or dubbing
format
image
• The "DV DUBBING"
controller
screen.
appears
on the TV
• If "[email protected]" does not appear
the "DV DUBBING"
controller,
equipment
Performing
controller
on
make sure the DV
is connected
Press
ENTER.
[]
Press i',V
repeatedly
then
ENTER.
[]
_
press
Press
to move
REC MODE
recording
speed
_
to
'_g
to select
repeatedly
appears.
!, then
the desired
until
1_-<_"pg.
the
58,
press
sound
Press CH +/-to
[]
Press REC MODE
[]
speed appears.
Start playback
on the external
[]
track,
desired
"Recording
Speed")
I_1
Preparethe DV equipmentfor dubbing.
locate the point from where you want to start dubbing,
then stop or pause playback by pressing the following
buttons on the Remote:
I_, I_1_, -_141, I, II
• To play back in slow speed (1/10 of the normal speed), press II
to pause playback, then press _1-_1or 1_1)'_.
• To play back frame-by-frame, press II to pause playback, then
press II repeatedly. Each press of II advances a frame.
• To change the playback direction, press _1-_1or 1_11_.
L_e
Press
Start dubbing.
<" _" to
move
the
arrow
to
then
press
ENTER.
• Playback on the external DV equipment
and recording on the
unit should start simultaneously.
• When the playback
from the beginning
is not possible, the
"DV DUBBING"
controller
cannot be used. Perform dubbing
without
column)
using the "DV
DUBBING"
controller.
(_€" right
• To pause dubbing,
press "_- _ to move FS to
_2_O
_, then
press ENTER. Both the unit an(] the external DV equipment
pause dubbing.
Pressing II on the unit also works the same
way.
• To clear
the "DV
DUBBING"
controller
press ON SCREEN.
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from
the TV screen,
without
[]
correctly.
[]
dubbing
using
set the channel
repeatedly
to'DV
the "DV
DUBBING"
DUBBING".
until the desired
DV equipment
recording
slightly
before
the actual point from where you wish to start dubbing.
Press an(] hold •, then press I_ on the Remote, or press •
on the uniL
• Dubbing
starts.
[] When the dubbing
ends, press • on the unit,
playback on the external DV equipment.
then stop
88
EN
EDITING
EditFromA
Camcorder
You can use a camcorder
as the source player and your
unit as the recording deck.
Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
If the camcorder
has no S-VIDEO
output
connector:
AUDIO/VIDEO
switch
input
[]
]P
If the camcorder
has no S-VIDEO output connector:
-- connect the camcorder's
AUDIO OUTPUT and
VIDEO OUT connectors
to the unit's AUDIO
and
VIDEO input connectors
on the front panel.
If the camcorder
has an S-VIDEO output connector:
connect the camcorder's
AUDIO OUTPU]
and
S-VIDEO OU] connectors
to the unit's AUDIO and
S-VIDEO input connectors
on the front panel.
• When using a monaural camcorder, connect its AUDIO
OUTPUT connector to the AUDIO L input connector on your
unit.
_Set
the unit'sinputmode.
Press CH +/- to set the channel
AUDIO/VIDEO
OUT
I_1
Set the recordingspeed.
Press REC MODE
speed appears.
L_e
Player
input
AUDIO
repeatedly
until
the desired
recording
Preparethe camcorder
for dubbing.
Start playback on the camcorder slightly before tile actual
point from where you wish to start dubbing.
If the camcorder has an S-VI DEO output connector:
S-VIDEO
to "F-1 ".
• When using S-VIDEO connector, set "FRONT AUX F-1" to
"S-VIDEO'. (_ pg. 98)
• When using VIDEO connector, set "FRONT AUX F-1" to
"VIDEO". (t-€_pg. 98)
Audio/video cable
(supplied)
[]
]
to DVD.
Make connections.
[]
[]
(cont.)
input
Recorder
_
Start dubbing.
Press and hold S, then press I_ on the Remote,
• on the unit.
]1IIs
_J
Stopdubbing.
Press • on the unit, then sto I) playback
camcorder.
S-Video
• All necessary cal)les can be obtained from your dealer.
• Refer to the camcorder's instruction manual for operating
procedure.
• The quality of dubbed picture becomes poorer than that of the
original.
OUTS-VIDEO
Not connected
Audio/video
Player
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on tile
NOTES:
cable
(not supplied)
AUDIO OUT
or press
cable (supplied)
Editro OrFrom
AnotherRecorder
Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch
to DVD.
]
Make connections.
[] When using your unit as the source player ...
... connect its AUDIO/VIDEO
or AUDIO/S-VIDEO
[]
TV receiver
OUTPUT
Player
Your unit
S-Video cable I
AV
You call use your unit as the source player or as the
recording
deck.
connectors
to the audio/video
or audio/S-video
input connectors
on another recorder.
[] When using your unit as the recording deck ...
... connect its AUDIO/VIDEO
or AUDIO/S-VIDEO
INPUT connectors
to tile audio/video
or audio/S-video
output connectors on another recorder.
• If connecting a unit with an S-VIDEO input!output connector,
it is recommended to use an optional S-Video cable to
minimize picture degradation while editing.
_Audio/video
mode
_Set
the inputmodeof recordingdeck.
With this video unit, press CH +/-to
select "1.-1 " or "1-2"
depending on the connectors
being used.
• When using S VIDEO connector, set "REAR AUX k-1" or
"REAR AUX [-2" to "S-VIDEO". i_-€_ pg. 98)
• When using VIDEO connector, set "REAR AUX I.-1" or "REAR
AUX [.-2" to "VIDEO". (_-u"pg. 98)
• When using another recorder as the recording deck, refer to its
instruction manual.
Recorder
[]
TV receiver
I_1
Recorder
Your unit
_
Press REC MODE
speed appears.
_<_r_
L_e
S-Video
cable
cable _'_
Audio/video
Jdio/video
Player
1
repeatedly
until the desired
recording
Start the sourceplayer.
Engage the Play mode of the source player.
_
ble
Another recorder
Set the recordingspeed.
Start the recordingdeck.
Engage the Record
_J
mode of the recording
deck.
Stopdubbing.
Stop recording on the recording
on the source player.
deck, then stop playback
NOTES:
• All necessary cables can be obtained from your dealer.
• When you use this unit as the source [)layer for editing, be sure
to set "SUPERIMPOSE" to "OFF" before starting. (_-_"pg. 99)
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90
EN
EDITING
You can dub selected
DigitalAudio
Dubbing
Example:
Dubbing
[]
[]
[]
j
discs.
|
Coaxial (able [
mLcn>,l.OUT
audio
audio
-
[Optical
I
to be dubbed.
slightly before the actual
to start dul)bing.
cable
I_ to start playback
[__
OUT
from
I\
i
_
point
digitalaudiodevicefor dubbing.
V _
(COAXIAL)
device
Preparethe unitfor dubbing.
/ /
DI(;ITAI
to dub copy-protected
to an MD
Press A to open the disc tray.
Place a disc on the disc tray.
Press A to close the disc tray,
DigitaliMDaudiOdeck,deviCeet<
A B
f unit
CD disc to a
Placea discandloadan MD.
For the digital
load an MD.
-
or Audio
For the unit
Recorder
o
a DVD
Connect the unit and a digital audio device using either
an optional optical cable or all optional coaxial cable.
_
_
from
Make connections.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD switch to DVD.
L
audio
digital audio device.
However,
it is not possible
(cont.)
X_
I
recording
[
on tile unit.
oil the digital
audio device.
Stopdubbing.
Note for connection:
Stop recording
Remove the protection
cap from the cable.
to stop playback
on the digital
audio device.
Then press •
on the unit.
NOTE:
There r'nay be a discrepan(y of several se(onds between where
you intend editing to start, an(] where it actually starts.
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RrMOTr
EN91
Remote
Control
Functions
On the Remote
Remote1/2/3/4 CodeSwitching
I_lset
The Remote
Press
is capable
of controlling
four
JVC video
Kee I) pressing
set to respond
unit to respond
Press the number
"4" for 4.
units
TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch
[
to DVD.
key "1"
to set the
Press
t5/I
on the
code.
unit.
Displaythe code.
Press
li,- on
turned
off.
the
unit
• The code currently
_
Press
w
for 3 or
Turn off the unit.
L_e
TV_D\tD
f o/_TmO_776fi'
for 2, "3"
]
J
(b/I
for 1, "2"
the remotecontrolcode.
ENTER
_1
the
steps [] - [].
On the unit
to 3 code signals.
to 1,2 or 4 code
signals.
[ Slide
during
Changethe remotecontrolcode.
independently.
Each of the units can respond to one of four
codes (1,2, 3 or 4). The Remote is preset to send 3 code signals
because your unit is initially
You can easily modify your
SET UP down
for over
set appears
5 seconds
on the front
while
the
display
unit
panel.
Changethe unit'scode.
•
on
the
Remote.
• The code currently
set on the Remote blinks on the front
display panel for approximately
5 seconds, and is applied
the unit.
NOTE:
When "POWER SAVE" is set to "ON"
possible to change the remote code.
,/ORPlu_nRO_H_RECLINKTIMEn
PREVIOUS
SLO_-
I
POW,SE_ECT
SCOW+
...............
REC
_ODELI_E'
CHECK
0000
S[I"UP
sEtuP
05 _ 0 _
_l_
_00®
JVC
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is
(ZY° pg. 99), it is not
to
9.2
EN
REMOTE
TV Multi-BrandRemoteControl
Your Remote
can operate
the basic functions
addition
to JVC TVs, other
control led.
manufacturer's
of your
(cont.)
Set the TVbrand code.
TV set. In
TVs can also be
Before performing
the following
steps:
• Turn off the TV using its Remote.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD switch to TV.
W/(BL/DBS
Keep
Enter
press
Press
pressing SET UP down during step i11.
your TV's [)rand code using the number keys, then
ENTER.
TV/cBL/DBS
cb/I oil the unit's Remote to turn on
the TV and try operations
(_" step _1).
• Once you have set the Remote to operate the TV, you do not
have to repeat this step until you replace your Remote's
batteries.
• Some brands of TVs have more than one code. If the TV does
not function with one code, try entering another.
(5/1
_
IV VOLUM[
CH+/_
cz3 cz3 _
v_n Plu_+
Pno_H_ RECUNK TlrCEn
TOP
rdEr_U
N_IOATIOk
MEkU
nETURN
PREVDUS
SLOW- P_¥;SELECTSLOW÷
REC
_ODELI_E'
CH_CK
SETUP
o 0o07,,
_ETUP
-,_
® O ®
JVC
IMPORTANT:
Although
the supplied
Remote unit is compatible
with JVC
televisions,
as well as many other models, it may not work with
your TV, or in some instances, may have limited function
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Operatethe TV.
Press the corresponding
button: TV/CBL/DBS
cb/I,TV/
VIDEO, CH +/-, TV VOLUME +/-, TV MUTING,
number keys.
• For some brands of TVs, you must press ENTER after having
pressed the number keys.
BRAND
NAME
lVC
HITACHI
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
PANASONIC
RCA
SHARP
SONY
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SEARS
TOSHIBA
ZENITH
CODE
01,03
10
02
03
04, 11
05
06
07
12
13
13
08
09
CableBoxMulti-Brand
Remote
Control
Your Remote
can operate
the basic functions
set. In addition to JVC cable
boxes can also be controlled.
boxes,
Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
other
of your
cable
manufacturer's
switch
Set the cablebox brandcode.
box
cable
to CABLE/DBS.
]
Keep
pressing
Enter
your
SET UP down
keys,
Press
then press
TV/CBL/DBS
cable
box's
during
[)rand
ENTER.
cb/I on
step il.
code
the
using
unit's
the
number
Remote
to turn
the cable box and try operations
(_ step _1).
• Once you have set the Remote to operate the cable
do not have to repeat this step until you replace
batteries.
TV/(BL/DBS• Some
(.b/[
brands
of cable
box have more
cable box does not function
another.
I_1
0_9_
Press
(H +/-
CH
with
box,
your
than one code.
one code,
on
you
Remote's
If the
try entering
Operatethe cablebox.
the corresponding
+/-,
number
button:
TV/CBL/DBS
G/I,
keys.
• For some brands of cable box, you must press ENTER after
having pressed the number
keys.
,_CR
Plu_PR0_CH_
Re.r:LINKTIMER
TOP
rdEr_u
• The number
BRAND
MENU
nETURN
PREV40US
SLOW= Pt_LECT
Re.r:_IODE
LI'_ECHECK
_
0000
SL0_
_
SITUP
JVC
IMPORTANT:
It may not work with
have limited function
your cable
capability.
box, or in some instances,
may
NOTES:
• You must set the cable box bran(] for your Remote and the
cable box brand for your Controller
i_-_ pg. 29) separately. The
list of cable box brands that can be control led by your Remote
is different from the list of brands that can be controlled
by
your controller.
• It's not possible to set the Remote for both your cable box and
a DBS receiver at the same time. You can only set the Remote
to operate
one of these units
keys may not function
with
some
cable
boxes.
r_VI_TION
at a time.
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NAME
CODE
ARCHER
CABLETENNA
CABLEVIEW
CE1IZEN
CURTIS
01,05,17
01, 17
15, 16, 17, 21,25
15, 16, 17, 21,25
DIAMOND
GC BRAND
GEMINI
01, 17
15, 16,17,21,25
15
GENERAl
INSTRUMENTS
HAMLI N
JASCO
JERROID
NOVAVISION
OAK
PANASONIC
PULSER
RCA
REGAL
REMBRANDT
SAMSUNG
SCIENTIFIC ATLAN 1A
01, 04,06,
10, 18,23
SIGMA
SL MARX
SPRUCER
STARGATE
TELEVIEW
TOCOM
UNIKA
UNIVERSAL
V IDEOWAY
ZENITH
02
11, 12, 15,28
15
01,04,06,
11, 12, 15,28
O2
O7
13, 14
15, 16, 17, 21,25
13, 14
10,18,23
01, 16, 17
05, 16, 24
O2
O7
05,16,17,24,25
13, 14
05, 15, 16, 17, 21,24, 25
05, 16, 24
01,04, 16
01, 17
16,17,25
03, 09, 22
03, 09, 22
94
EN
REMOTE
DBSReceiverMulti-BrandRemote
Control
Your Remote can operate
the basic functions
Set the DBSreceiverbrandcode.
of your DBS (Direct
Broadcast Satellite) receiver set. In addition to JVC DBS
receivers, other manufacturer's
DBS receivers can also be
control led.
Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch
to CABLE/DBS.
Keep
pressing
Enter
your
keys,
Press
then press
TV/CBL/DBS
SET UP down
DBS
receiver's
during
[)rand
ENTEr.
cb/I on
the
step tl.
code
unit's
using
the
Remote
number
to turn
on
the DBS receiver
and try operations
(_-_ step U).
• Once you have set the Remote to operate the DBS receiver,
you do not have to repeat this step until you
Remote's batteries.
]
• Some
Tv_DVD
(cont.)
TV/(BL/I)BS
brands
of DBS receiver
DBS receiver
another.
have more
does not function
with
replace
your
than one code.
one code,
If the
try entering
(b!I
_1
Press
CH
0_9_
(H +/_
tEED(ZD _)
vcPPlu_pR0_cH_PEcuHK TIMER
Operatethe DBSreceiver.
the corresponding
+/-,
number
button:
SL_=
PLaY;SElEcTsLO't_+
c_E R
PEc_0DELI_E'
cHEcK
SETUP
sETuP
G/I,
• For some brands of DBS receiver, you must press ENTER after
having pressed the number
keys.
• The number
BRAND
keys may not function
NAME
JVC (DISH Network)
ECHOSTAR (DISH Network)
SONY (DSS)
RCA (DSS)
PREvDus
TV/CBL/DBS
keys.
with
some
DBS receivers.
CODE
51
51
41
40
NOTES:
• You must set the DBS receiver brand for your Remote and the
DBS receiver brand for your Controller
(_-u" pg. 32) separately.
• It's not possible to operate a DBS receiver that is not equipped
with a remote sensor.
• It's not possible to set the Remote for both your DBS receiver
and a cable box at the same time. You can only set the Remote
to operate one of these units at a time.
_00®
dVC
IMPORTANT:
Although
the supplied
Remote unit is compatible
with JVC DBS
receivers, as well as many other models, it may not work with
your DBS receiver, or in some instances, may have limited
function
capability.
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SYSTEM
CONNECTIONS
EN 95
Connecting
ToA DolbyDigitalDecoder
or AnAmplifierWith Built-inDTS
These instructions
enable
you to connect
your
unit to a Dolby
Digital
decoder
or an amplifier
DIGITAl OUT
(COAXIAl)
with built-in
DTS.
DIGITAL OUT
(OPTICAl)
Back of unit
L
I
======
decoder or
olby Digital
amplifier
with
_]
To DIGITAI_
built-in
AUDIO
DIS
Coaxial cable
(not supplied)
input
Note for connection:
Remove the protection
from the optical cable.
ca r)
Optical cable
(not supplied)
Makeconnections.
CAUTIONS:
Connect the unit and a Dolby Digital decoder or an
amplifier
with built-in DTS using either an optional
optical cable or an optional coaxial cable.
NOTES:
• For Dolby Digital sound, set "DIGITAL
"DOLBY
DIGITAL/PCM'.
(_ pg. 97)
• For DTS sound, set "DIGI]AL
AUDIO
PCM'.
AUDIO
OUT"
(Z_" pg. 97)
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OUT"
to
to "STREAM/
• This unit has a dynamic
range of more than 110 dB with
regards to its Hi-Fi audio capability.
It is recommended
that
you check the maximum
level if you are going to listen to the
Hi-Fi audio signals through a stereo amplifier.
A sudden surge
in the input level to the speakers may damage them.
• Some speakers and televisions
are specially
shielded to
prevent television
interference.
If both are of the non-shielded
type, do not place the speakers adjacent to the TV set as this
can adversely affect the playback
picture.
6EN
SUBSIDIA
ModeSet
Various
modes
of this unit
are categorized
R Y SETTINGS
into
2 levels shown in the following
table. To change
these modes, find the desired mode in the menu
each menu, see pages 97 through
_rocedure below.
• [urn on the unit.
• lurn on the IV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
DVDSET UP
100),
menus nested
in
the settings of
(for details on
then follow
the
LANGUAGESET(a_"pc. 22)
AUDIO OUTPUT(_" pc, 97)
UTILITY(_:_pg.53, 101,102)
FUNCTIONSETUP
VIDEO IN/OUT i_-#pg. 28, 98)
RECORDINGSET(a_"pg. 98)
DISPLAYSET(a_"pg. 99)
OTHERSi_ _pc. 100)
INITIALSET UP
TUNERSET(_- pc. 26)
TV_DVD
STBSET(_- pc. 30,33)
CLOCKSET(_" pc. 24)
• The procedure
below shows how to set the desire(]
the "2ND AUDIO
RE(:" mode as an example.
option
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
(CD CD CD (]_D)
vcRPlu_pR_e4_K
REC
LIt4K
TIMER
Press
ENTER
I_1
(z_]]
SLOW- pbW;SE_OT SLOW÷
[]
SETUP
Accessthe "RECORDINGSET"screen.
[] Press _ _ to select
"FUNCIION SEI UP",
PREWOUS
RECMODE
UVECHE_K
'_
SET UP.
then press
Press < _
ENTER.
to select
"RECORDING
*'_
o 0Z0,%
press
SE[',
then
ENTER.
SETUP
_OO®
I_1
,JVC
[]
Selectthedesiredoption.
Press/'\V
AUDIO
ENTER.
[]
Press/'\V
desired
ENTER.
L_e
Press
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to select
REC',
then
to select
option,
then
"2ND
press
the
press
Completethe setting.
SET UP.
of
AUDIOOUTPUT
The boldface settings in the table below indicate the settings at your purchase.)
•
DIGITALAUDIO OUT
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
STREAM/PCM
Set to the appropriate
mode according
DIGITAL OUT connector.
to the type of the device
connected
to
DOLBYDIGITAL/PCM:
PCM ONLY
Select this when you connect the digital input connector of a Dolby
Digital decoder or an amplifier with a built-in Dolby Digital
decoder.
STREAM/PCM:
Select this when you connect the digital input connector
of an
amplifier
with a built-in DTS, Dolby Digital, or MPEG multichannel
decoder.
PCMONLY:
Select this when you connect the linear PCM digital input of other
audio equipment
(amplifieb
MD or DAT deck, etc.).
•
ANALOGAUDIO OUT
STEREO
DOLBYSURROUND
Select the appropriate
setting to accommodate
the unit to the connected
equipment.
This function takes effect when a DVD VIDEO disc is played
STEREO:
Select this when listening to conventional
two-channel
with the unit's AUDIO OUTPUT connectors
connected
A/V
back.
stereo audio
to a stereo
amplifiedreceiver
or TV set, or in case you want to record the audio
from a DVD VIDE(-) disc to a Mini Disc, etc.
DOLBY SURROUND:
Select this when listening to multichannel
surround audio with the
unit's AUDIO OUTPUT connectors
connected
to an amplifietf
receiver with a built-in surround decoder or a surround decoder.
•
D. RANGECONTROL
NORMAL
WIDERANGE
TVMODE
The dynamic range (the difference between the loudest sound and the quietest
one) can be compressed during playback of a program encoded in Dolby
Digital format.
This function takes effect when a DVD VIDEO disc recorded in Dolby Digital
format is played back at low or middle volume.
NORMAL:
Normally
WIDE RANGE:
select this setting to activate
Select this to deactivate
this function
this function.
when
you enjoy
wide dynamic
range program.
TVMODE:
Select this when you hear the sound through
the TV's speaker(s).
NOTES:
• This function takes no effect on programs other than that re_orded in Dolby Digital
format,
• This fun(tion dose not work when Simulated Surround Effect is activated. (_ pg. 50)
• The effect of "NORMAl" an(] "WIDE RANGE" may not be different depending on discs.
•
OUTPUTLEVEL
STANDARD
LOW
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You can lower the output level of analog audio to accommodate the unit to the
connected A/V equipment.
STANDARD:
Normally select this setting.
LOW:
The output level of analog audio is lowered.
98
EN
SUBSIDIARY
SETTINGS
(cont.)
VIDEOIN/OUT
The boldface settings in the table below indkate
•
FRONTAUX F-1
VIDEO
S-VIDE0
•
•
the settings at your pur(hase.)
Select the appropriate
the front panel.
mode depending
VIDEO:
/o use the VIDEO
S-VIDE0:
]b use the S-VIDEO
REARAUXL-1
VIDEO
S-VIDE0
Select the appropriate
tile rear paneh
REARAUXL-2
VIDEO
S-VIDE0
Select the appropriate
the rear paneh
VIDEO:
S-VIDE0:
VIDEO:
S-VIDE0:
on tile connector
input connector
mode depending
(F-1) being used on
on the front panel.
input connector
on the front pane[.
on the connector
(L-I)
being used on
]b use the VIDEO input connector on the rear panel.
]b use the S-VIDEO input connector
on the rear panel.
mode depending
on the connector
(L-2) being used on
]b use the VIDEO input connector on the rear panel.
]b use the S-VIDEO input connector
on the rear panel.
RECORDING
SET
The boldface
•
settings in the table below indicate the settings at your purchase.)
SAVEAS LIBRARY
OFF
ON
•
XP MODE RECAUDIO
DOLBYDIGITAL
LINEARPCM
When this function
is set to "ON", the recording
stored in the library. For details, refer to "Modify
/_ pg. 82).
information
is automatically
[ ibrary Information"
You can select the audio format when you record a program in XP mode. When
this function is set to "lINEAR
PCM', you carl obtain a high-quality
audio
sound.
DOLBY DIGITAL:
1o record
ill Dolby
Digital
format.
in [inear
PCM format.
LINEARPCM:
1o record
•
2ND AUDIORECORD
ON
OFF
• When
this function
is set to "ON";
If a SAP program is received,
audio is not recorded.
If a non-SAP program
• When this function
the SAP audio
is recorded
on [/R tracks. The main
is received, the main audio is recorded on I!R tracks.
is set to "OFF", the SAP audio cannot be recorded.
NOTES:
When the channel is _-hanged on the unit;
• The "MONO" indicator appears on the screen for about 5 seconds if the program is a
monoral broadcast,
• The "SI EREO" indicator appears on the screen for about 5 seconds if the program is a
stereo broadcast,
• Both "STEREO" and "SAP" indicators appear when a stereo program is accompanied
by SAP sound.
• Both "MONO" and "SAP" indicators appear when the main audio on the monoral
broadcast is accompanied by SAP sound.
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DISPLAY
SET
The boldface
•
settings
in the table
below
indicate
SUPERIMPOSE
OFF
AUTO
the settings
When
at your
purchase.)
"SUPERIMPOSE"
is set to "AUTO"
and ON SCREEN on the Remote
is
pressed, various operational
indicators appear on the TV screen. To clear the
operational
indicators, press ON SCREEN again.
You can select the modes of indications
superimposed
on the TV screen.
OFF:
[b turn off superimposed
indications.
AUTO:
[b superimpose
operational
indications
for approximately
seconds just after the corresponding
operation,
five
NOTES:
• When
you use this unit as the source
player for editing,
be sure to set "SUPERIMPOSE"
to "OFF" before starting. (_z__ pg. 89, "Edit ]b Or From Another Recorder")
• When you select "AUTO",
during playback,
the operation
mode indicators
disturbed
•
GRAYBACK
OFF
ON
depending
When this function
receiving a channel
DIMMER
BRIGHT
DIMMED1
DIMMED2
OFF
is set to "ON",
not in use.
being
may be
used.
the TV screen becomes
all grey when
_hannel
set this function
NOTE:
When you want
"OFE'.
•
on the type of disc
to receive
an unstable
with
poor
signals,
to
You can change the brightness of the front display paneh
BRIGHT:
Normally select this.
DIMMED1/DIMMED2:
[b change the brightness level. (Blue lamp on the front display panel
become dimmer.)
OFF:
[b dim the front display paneh (Blue lamp on the front display panel
is turned off.)
NOTE:
It is impossible
to turn off the light of the front display completely.
When "BRIGHT"
or
"DIMMED1
" is selected, the brightness
level will be same as "DIMMED1"
after the unit is
turned off. When "DIMMED2"
or "OFF" is selected, the brightness
level will be same as
"DIMMED2"
after the unit is turned off.
•
POWERSAVE
OFF
ON
When this function
is set to "ON",
while the unit is turned off.
you can reduce the power
consumption
NOTES:
• During Power Save mode-- the front display panel will be turned off.
-- the lust Clock function
does not work.
• Power Save does not work when -the unit
--
is in the Timer
mode.
the unit's power is turned off after timer-recording
or Instant Timer
the Satellite Auto Recording
mode is engage(]. (_-_ pg. 71 )
• [t takes some time for the unit to complete
initialisation
with "WAKE UP" blinking on the front display panel.
•
ON SCREENLANGUAGE
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This unit offers you the choice
languages.
For details, refer to "On-screen
to view
on-screen
Eanguage
after you turn
messages
Set" (_-_"pg. 22).
Recording.
on unit power,
in 3 different
.l 00
EN
SUBSIDIARY
SETTINGS
(cont.)
OTHERS
The boldface
•
settings
in the table
below
indicate
AUTOTIMER
OFF
ON
the settings
at your
purchase.)
When this function is set to "ON", the timer is automatically
engaged when
unit power is turned off, and automatically
disengaged when the unit is
powered back on.
the
NOTE:
For safety, when "AUTO TIMER" is set to "OFF", all other functions are disabled while the
Timer mode is engage(]. [b disengage the timer, press (D (TIMER).
•
RESUME
ON
OFF
DISCRESUME
When this function is set to "ON"
function./_-_ _pg. 37)
ON:
or "DISC RESUME",
you can use the resume
You can start playback from the resume point
disc.
You cannot use the resume function.
of the placed
OFF:
DISCRESUME:
The unit retains a memory of the resume points of the last 30
discs played back, even though they have been ejected.
NOTE:
"DISC RESUME" setting works on [-)VD VIDE(-), VCL-), SVCE) and already finalised DVDR/DVD-RW (video mode) discs. For other types of discs, the function under "ON" setting
will be applied even if "RESUME" is set to "DISC RESUME".
•
AV COMPULINKMODE
DVD1
DVD2
DVD3
By connecting
other JVC's AV COMPUIENK
components,
one touch control of
the audio and video components
linked via their AV COMPUI.INK
connectors
become possible. Select the appropriate
mode depending on the used
connector
DVDI:
DVD2:
DVD3:
of the connected
AV COMPU[
INK components.
Select this when
amplifier's
DVD
Select this when
connector.
connecting
to the TV's VIDEO
Input connector.
connecting
to the TV's VIDEO
Input _; or AV
Select this when
connector
connecting
Input 2
to the TV's VIDEO
Input
1
NOTE:
Refer to the other components'
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and its operation.
EN101
Formata DVD-RAMdisc
Formata disc
Accessthe Main Menuscreen.
Press SET UP.
Some DVD-RAM/RW discs are unformatted.
Format the disc when you use an unformatted disc or you want
to delete all recordings and data on the disc.
_
[]
ATTENTION:
• When
a disc
is formatted,
all recordings
while "NOW
screen.
•
•
•
•
Turn
Turn
Slide
hoad
FORMATTING..."
is displayed
[]
cord
_ _" to select
Press <[ _" to select
"UTILFFY',
ENTER.
on the TV
on the unit.
on the TV and select the AV mode.
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
a DVD-RAM/RW
disc to format.
Press/'\_
"DVD SET UP", then press
ENTER.
and data are
erased, It is impossible
to restore them.
• Never turn off the unit or disconnect
the mains power
Accessthe "UTILITY"screen.
I_1
[]
Formatthe disc.
Press/'\_,
to select "FORMAT",
then press ENTER.
Press <_ _" to select "YES", then press ENTER when
"DISC WIll
screen.
[]
then press
BE FORMATTED"
Press <" _ to select "OK",
"DISC FORMATTING
the TV screen.
appears
on the TV
then press ENTEr
WAS SEI.ECTED"
when
appears
on
Formata DVD-RWdisc
Perform steps [] to [] of "Format
above before continuing,
a DVD-RAM
disc"
on the
Formatthe disc.
_ZDCZDCZD_)
VCRplu_ PRO_H_RECLINKTIMER
............CZ_
[]
_TOPr_E_U
r_ENU
SETUP
then press ENTER when "DISC WIlL BE
FORMATTED"
appears on the TV screen.
"VR MODE":
lb be chosen when you want
record, erase, or edit data on
disc repeatedly.
"VIDEO MODE':To
be chosen when you want
erase all the data on the disc
r_'iG_iON
nE_UR_
SLOW= P_E_ECT
SLOW+
REC_ODE
LIVECHECK
_
_
o 0o0,Z,
Z
SETUP
_©OO®
[]
dVC
Press/'\_
to select "FORMAT",
then press ENTER.
Press < _ to choose "VR MODE" or "VIDEO MODE",
to
the
to
once
played back to record new data, or
play the disc on other DVD players.
Press <" _" to select "YES", then press ENTEr when
"DISC W[[.I. BE FORMATTED
IN VR MODE/VIDEO
MODE"
appears on the TV screen.
NOTES:
• It is impossible to format Version 1.0 DVD-RW discs in Video
nlode.
• It is impossible to format DVD-R discs.
• All the programs on a disc will be deleted once the disc is
formatted even if they are protected titles. 1_u" pg. 76, "Protect
title")
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EN
SUBSIDMRY
Finalizea disc
SETTINGS
(cont.)
Finalizea DVD-R/RW disc
Perform
steps [] to [] of "Format
(L_ :" pg. 101) before
a DVD-RAM
disc"
continuing.
i
Finalizing
DVD-R/RW
discs recorded on this unit makes it
possible for the discs to be played back on other DVD players.
DVD-RW
discs are finalized
in the mode that the discs were
formatted,
enabling
playback
on compatible
Titles input in the Library Database DVD
titles in the DVD menu. (L_" pg. 36, 76)
•
•
•
•
Turn
Turn
Slide
Load
Navi
DVD
[)layers.
are registered
Finalizethe disc.
[]
Press/'\V
to select "FINAI.IZE',
then press ENTER.
Press < b" to select "YES", then press ENTEr when
"DISC WElL BE FINAl IZED" appears on the TV
screen.
[]
Press _ b" to select "OK", then press ENTER when
"FINALIZING
WILL MAKE D[SC READ-ONLY"
as
on the unit.
on the TV and select the AV mode.
the TV/CABLE/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
a DVD-R/RW
disc to finalize.
appears on the TV screen.
I_1
Before
finalizing
• It is possible to re_ord
• [t is possible
to enter
Program Name")
• It is possible to delete
Press
on a blank
a program
programs.
spa(e.
title.
(_-_" pg. 77, "Delete
program")
• It is impossible
to overwrite
recorded
areas of DVD-R discs.
• Available
recording
capacity does not increase even if a
recorded
program is delete(] from a DVD-R disc.
• [t is impossible
to record or edit DVD-R/RW
discs recorded on
other devices even if they have not been finalize(].
and
• Depending
on the DVD players and DVD-R/RW
discs used,
and on the conditions
of recording,
it may not be possible to
• Additional
recordings
screen is cleared.
• Once a DVD-R/RW
(Video mode) disc has been finalized,
the
displays for original
an(J play list do not appear. Only display
for library appears.
• Once a DVD-RW
(VR mode) disc has been finalize(],
it can be
played on DVD players compatible
with VR mode.
Cancel
thefinalizationof a DVD-RW
disc
After finalizing
(For DVD-R/RW
(Video
mode)
discs)
• Video and audio that have been re_-orded by then are re_-orded
in conformity
to the DVD Video standard, enabling
you to
play back the discs as DVD VIDEO discs. (L_" pg. 8, "Discs for
Playback Only")
• Although
DVD-R/RW
discs finalized
on this unit become
playable on DVD [)layers compatible
with DVD-R/RW
discs,
some discs still may not [)lay, for which IVC cannot take
responsibility.
play back the discs.
unit.
SET UP.
• Menu
(L_" pg. 76, "Modify
• Marked points m a rked before fi nalizi ng will be deleted,
programs will be divided automatically
into "chapters"
approximately
every 5 minutes.
(z_" pg. 38, "Marking
positions
to [)lay again later")
Returnto the normalscreen.
Load a DVD-RW
disc
to cancel
perform
steps [] to [] of "Format
(z_" pg. 101) before continuing.
the disc finalization,
a DVD-RAM
and]
disc"
Cancelthe discfinalization.
[]
[]
Press/'\_
to select "CANCEl
[DISC FINALIZATION",
then press ENTER.
Press _ _ to select "OK", then press ENTER when
"CANCEl
DISC FINALIZATION"
appears on the TV
screen.
In this case, play back the discs on this
become
impossible.
I_1
Returnto the normalscreen.
Press SET UP.
• When the disc finalization is cancelled, the mode in which the
disc was formatted is restored, making the disc recordable.
(_-_"pg. 9, 101)
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EN103
ScanModeSet
You can select the scan mode from two modes:
TrayLock
Interlaced
scan mode which is used in the conventional
TV system,
and Progressive scan mode which enables reproduction
of higher-quality
images. For details, refer to
"G[OSSARY"
(_-_¢pg. 108).
with Progressive.
for
off the unit.
To unlock tray
While the unit is turned off, press and hold II, then press
A on the unit. "UNLOCK"
appears on the display panel.
Set the scanmode.
SCAN
disc
While the unit is turned off, press and hold II, then press
A on the unit. "[ OCK" appears on the front display
paneh
• If you try to eject the discs, "LOCK" appears an(] indicates that
tray is locke(].
ATTENTION:
Press PROGRESSIVE
I oTurn
the unwanted
Lockthe disctray.
• Turn on the unit.
• Turn on the TV and select the AV mode.
• Slide the IV/CAB[E/DBS/DVD
switch to DVD.
Your TV needs to be compatible
You call lock the disc tray to prohibit
ejection by children.
3 or more
seconds.
• Vide() output indicator
(_l) lights on the front display panel
Progressive
scan mode has been established.
(_z__ pg. 15)
• Each press of PROGRESSIVE
SCAN for 3 or more seconds
switches the scan mode.
NOTES:
• Interlaced scan mode is the setting at your purchase.
• Interlace(] scan mode might be suitable depending on video
material.
• Scan mode cannot be set while menu screen is displayed.
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]
.l O_
Before
often
EN
TROUBLESHOOTING
requesting
easily
service
solved,
for a problem,
and this
can
save
use this
you
chart
the trouble
and
see if you
of sending
can
your
solve
unit
tile
off for
trouble
yourself.
Small
problems
are
repair.
GENERAL
SYMPTOM
1. No power
is supplied
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
to the unit.
• The AC power
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
plug is disconnected
from
the mains,
2. The channel
cannot
be changed.
• Recording
or Live Memory
in progress,
recording
is
Connect
the AC power
securely.
(_-_ pg. 18)
plug to the mains
Press II to pause recording,
change
channel,
then press I_ to resume
the
recording.
3. The Remote does not operate
the unit.
• The setting of the remote
inappropriate,
• The batteries
4.
Dubbing
from the external
is not possible,
equipment
control
code is
Set the same remote control code (1,2,
or 4) on both the unit an(] the Remote.
are discharged.
Replace
• The setting of the input channel
is inappropriate.
position
the dead batteries
with
new ones.
Select the input channel position
"L-1 ", or "L-2") that corresponds
input terminal
connected
equipment.
(_-_" pg. 89)
5. The on-screen
display superimposed
on the program
played back/received
on this unit is recorded when you dub
the program to an external recording
Set "SUPERIMPOSE"
(_-_" pg. 99)
3,
("F-1 ",
to the
to the external
to "OFF".
equipment.
6. The Remote does not work
properly.
Remove the batteries, wait for 5 minutes
or more, then load the butteries again.
• The batteries
7. The unit does not operate.
are discharged.
Replace
• There are cases when the operation
prohibited
on the disc.
• Lightning
or static electricity
malfunction
of the unit.
the dead batteries
with
new ones.
is
may cause
Press d)/[ on the unit or DVD_;/[ on the
Remote to turn the power off, then press
the button again to turn the power on.
PLAYBACK
SYMPTOM
1. Images do not appear
.
on the TV
screen,
2.
Playback dose not start or stop
immediately
after playback
is started
by pressing I_.
On the front display
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
I
• The TV is not set to the AV mode.
Set the TV to the AV mode.
• When interlace scanned
played back, progressive
selected,
Press an(] hold
• The disc is loaded
program is
scan mode is
upside
(]own,
[_ disappears
paneh
PROGRESSIVE
from
SCAN
until
the front display
Place the disc on the disc tray with
playback
surface facing downward,
the
(_ _'"pg. 11 )
panel,
"NO
DISC"
appears.
• A disc not being
unit is loaded.
• A dirty disc
• Defective
3.
Images are blurred or distorted
you start High-Speed
Search.
4.
Playback
compatible
with
the
is loaded.
disc is loaded.
when
you
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disc on the unit.
Clean
the disc.
(_"
Replace the warped
a normal one.
pg. 11)
or scratched
disc with
Images are blurred or distorted at the point
where the playback
speed changes and
this is not a malfunction
of the unit,
does not start,
Playback does not start when
select a title or a chapter,
Load a playable
(_:_'"pg. 7, 8)
--
5.
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
• The Parental
disc
Lock is engage(] an(:] the
is rate(] higher than the set level,
Playback does not start for approximately
30 seconds after recording
is stopped and
this is not a malfunction
of the unit,
Release the Parental
change
Lock temporarily
the set level, i_-_" pg. 53)
or
E. 105
RECORDING
SYMPTOM
1. The desired
recorded.
2.
Recording
made.
program
.
cannot
an(] editing
be
cannot
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
• The channel position does not
correspond
to that in the receiving
be
• No disc or a disc not being
with the unit is loaded.
• The disc loaded
• A finalized
4. Timer
start.
programing
cannot
programing
be made.
recording
does not
Programing
cannot
Format
disc is loaded.
Recording
and editing cannot be made on
finalized
discs. (z4" pg. 102) Load a
recordable
disc on the unit.
Release
• Date
tab on the DVD-RAM
is set to the protect
and time
• Power failure
is not correct.
occurred
recording
display
panel,
"
:
Check
the timer
programing.
(z_" pg. 24)
(_-_" pg. 69)
starts.
is not
Set date and time correctly.
(_-_" pg. 24)
Set the correct channel
position for the
receiving
broadcast.
(___"pg. 26)
area.
is not connected
Connect the DBS receiver to the AUDIO/
VIDEO INPUT (L-1) connector
properly.
to this unit.
• Power failure
tab. (_-_" pg. 11 )
Set date and time correctly.
before the timer
• Date an(] time set on the unit
correct,
properly
the protect
programs on the disc or
(:-_ pg. 77)
position.
(:-_
7. On the front
the disc. (z_ _ pg. 101 )
• The protect
• The DBS receiver
recording
disc on the unit.
(,X_" pg. 7)
• The channel position does not
correspond
to that in the receiving
6. Satellite Auto Recording
does not start.
Load a recordable
compatible
Clear unnecessary
load a blank disc.
programed
5. VCR Plus+ Timer
be made.
Set the correct channel
position for the
receiving
broadcast.
(_-u" pg. 26)
area.
is not formatted.
DVD-R
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
• The disc is full or does not have enough
space for the program to be recorded.
cartridge
3. Timer
I
occurred.
pg. 32)
Set date and time correctly.
(z_ _ pg. 24)
appears.
8.
"PROGRAM
FUll."
screen during timer
appears on the TV
programing.
• Eight programs
programed,
have already
been timer
Clear unnecessary
programs on the unit,
then try timer programing
again.
(_:_ pg. 69)
9. The disc space does not increase
recorded programs are cleared,
when
• The PC's data recorded on a DVD-RAM
()rive cannot be cleared on this unit,
Format the disc, (When the disc is soiled,
wipe the disc with a soft dry cloth before
formatting,)
(_-_ pg. 11,101)
INITIALIZING
SYMPTOM
1. Malfunction
occurs
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
on the unit.
--
I
CORRECTIVE
ACTION
Press L)/[ to turn off the unit, press and
hold Lb/I, then press • for two seconds or
more.
2. ]he
Disc. Tray doesn't
()pen,
R_ke out the disc
in following
• Connect an(] the disconnect
cord from the main outlet.
ways,
the power
• Press an(:] hold the open/dose
button
(_) on the unit until the disc tray opens.
(it will take about 30see.)
• (_:lose the disc tray by pressing the open/
close button after taking out the disc.
(the main power shuts down.)
ATTENTION:
]his unit contains
microcomputers.
External electronic
noise or interference
could cause malfunctioning.
unit off and unplug the mains power cord. Then plug it in again and turn the unit on. Bike out the disc.
operate the unit as usual.
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In such cases, switdl
the
the disc,
After checking
106EN
TROUBLESHOOTING
ON-SCREEN
(cont.)
MESSAGES
MESSAGE
DESCRIPTION
MEMORY
IS FULL
NOTHING
MORE CAN BE REGISTERED IN THE lIBRARY
IF YOU DELETE UNNECESSARY
TITI.E INFORMATION,
YOU CAN THEN REGISTER ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The memory
is full for registration
for the Navigation
system. lhe
recording
cannot be started even though the capacity for the
recording
is enough.
(z_° pg. 77)
AVAILABLE
MEMORY
IS lOW
SOON YOU WILL NO LONGER BE ABLE
TO REGISTER INFORMATION
IN THE LIBRARY
IF YOU DELETE UNNECESSARY
TITLE INFORMATION,
YOU CAN THEN REGISTER ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The remaining
capacity of the memory
is not enough for
registration
for the Navigation
system. The recording cannot be
started even though the capacity for the recording
is enough.
(Z_:_pg. 77)
DISC NOT REGISTERED
REGISTER DISC?
A disc that is not registered
in the library has been inserted.
Register the disc as necessary. (zT" pg. 83)
IN THE LIBRARY
INSERT DISC _XXXX
CAN NOT RECORD
DELETE UNWANTED
SET CLOCK
Ap years when a title that has been selected
contained
in the loaded disc. (L_ :_pg. 82)
OR MAKE
TITLES
BEFORE TIMER
PROGRAM
FUH.
DELETE UNWANTED
TIMER
PLAY LIST
• Recording
DVD-RAM
PROGRAMING
editing
cannot
• The number
of titles exceeds
• The number
of play lists exceeds
]b set the timer
(_7" pg. 24)
program,
be performed
with
the clock
999.
must be set in advance.
DISC
On-Disc
Timer Programing
has been attempted
when a disc that
is not compatible
with the function
is loaded. (z_ ° pg. G6)
On-Disc
Timer Programing
has been attem )ted when
not loaded, or loaded upside down. (z_ :_pg. 11,66)
DISC NOT RECORDABLE
INSERT RECORDABLE
DISC
When a )layback-only
disc or a finalized
been pressed. (z_ :_pg. 8, 102)
GUIDE PROGRAM
SELECT CHANNEl.
An invalid
THEN
a loaded
99.
NO DISC INSERTED
PLUSCODE
NO. ERROR
CONFIRM
PLUSCODE
NO.
is not
You can program this unit to timer-record
as many as 8
)rograms.
]Z) )rogram
more, you need to cancel a timer program
already set. (L_ :_pg. G9)
PROGRAM
CAN NOT SET DISC TIMER PROGRAMING
WITH [HIS
PREPARE A FORMATTED
DISC AS DESCRIBED BELOW
DVD-RAM
DVD-RW
(VR MODE)
and/or
disc.
in the library
PlusCode
number
has been
a disc is
disc is loaded,
input.
•
(zT" pg. 60)
RETRY
IS NOT SET
YOU WANT TO RECORD
To set the timer program using the VCR Plus+ system,
Channel number must be set in advance. (L_ :_pg. 62)
Appears when you tried to input a PlusCode
timer recording
or instant timer recording.
REGION
CODE
CHECK DISC
A disc loaded cannot be )layed back on this unit since the
region number of the (isc (oes not match that of the unit.
(_:" pg. 8)
ERROR
DISC
When an incompatible
(zT" pg. 8)
disc is loaded,
number
the Guide
CAN NOT SET VCR PLUS+ TIMER PROGRAMING
DURING
TIMER RECORDING
OR INSTANT TIMER RECORDING
CANCEl. TIMER RECORDING
OR
INSTANT TIMER RECORDING,
THEN
ENTER THE PLUSCODE
AGAIN
UNREADABLE
CHECK DISC
has
during
I_ has been pressed.
COULD
CHECK
NOT FORMAT
THE DISC
THE DISC
Formatting
damaged.
is not complete
since the disc may be dirty or
R-_ke out the disc, clean it and retry. (zT" pg. 11, 101 )
COULD
CHECK
NOT FINALIZE
THE DISC
[HE
Finalizing
damage(L
is not complete
since the disc may be dirty or
R]ke out the disc, clean it and retry. (L_:_pg. 11, 102)
COULD
CHECK
NOT CANCEL
THE DISC
DISC
DISC F[NAHZATION
Cancelling
disc finalization
be dirty or damaged.
li/ke
(z_° pg. 11, 102)
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since the disc
out the disc, clean it and retry.
may
EN107
PRESS [STOPI
TIMER
AGAIN
RECORDING
TO STOP RECORDING
COMPLETED
PLAYBACK Will
STOP
THEN TIMER RECORDING
COPY
CAN
WILL START
PROHIBITED
NOT
RECORD
During
lave Memory
_Timer recording
playback,
has finished
•
has been pressed.
during
Live Memory
playback.
Timer recording
finished during lave Memory
playback, then the
next timer recording
is about to begin while playback
continues.
• An attempt
has been made to record
copy-protected
contents.
• An attempt has been made to record copy-once
contents
disc that is not CPRM compatible,
such as DVD-R.
COPY PROHIBITED
CAN NOT PLAY
The unit has detected
middle of playback.
THE i.I INK DEVICE THAT YOU HAVE CONNECTED
IS NOT
RECOGNIZED
MAKE SURE THAT IHE DEVICE IS CONNECTED
PROPERLY
AND POWERED ON
An attem )t has been made to start DV dubbing when
vi( eo camera is not proper y connecte(
to the unit.
Check the connection.
(_-_ pg. 86)
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(_-_ pg. 44)
invalid
contents
on a
at the start or in the
a digital
108 EN
IAspect
C.tOSSARY
ratio
• Multlangle
The ratio of vertical
and horizontal
sizes of a displayed
The horizontal
vs. vertical
ratio of conventional
that of wide-screens
is 16:9.
•
By recording
TVs is 4:3, and
multiple
scenes progressing
single title, the user can select view
the multiangle
function.
Composite
chapters
video
included
in a title.
•
When a title is created to cope
generally
called a multilanguage
reproduction;
•
and synchronization
Component
video
signal.
signal
A video signal system where parts of information
reproducing
image signal comprised
of the three
colours of light are transmitted
via separate signal
signal, such as R/G/B, Y/PB/PR, etc., are available.
Disc
necessary
primary
for
television
and colour
television
Mexico
and Japan.
Canada,
PAL (Phase
A colour
• Parental
Digital
Not all Dolby
information.
(AC-3)
Digital
discs
contain
six (5.1) channels
Alternation
television
system
languages,
it is
committee)
system format
used in
by Line)
system format
used extensively
in Western
Europe.
A six-channel
system consisting
of left, centre, right, left rear,
right rear and lEE (Low-Frequency
Effect channel, for use with
sub-woofer)
channels.
All processing
is (]one in the digital
donlain.
•
(National
•
lines. Types of
menu
Dolby
NTSC
with multiple
title.
A black and white
the U.S.A.,
A s_reen display prepared for allowing
selection
of images,
sounds, subtitles, multiangles,
etc. recorded on a DVD disc.
•
in a
is called
Multilanguage
chrominance
signals using the frequency
multiplication
technique;
burst signal providing
the basis for colour
•
This feature
DVD is specified
to have each sound track constitute
one sound
field. Multichannel
refers to a structure of sound tracks having
three or more channels.
signal
Refers to video signal comprised
of three kinds of signals
combine(]:
an image signal made up of luminance
and
•
at the same time
angles.
• Multichannel
Chapter
Refers to individual
•
image.
a
of
Down-mix
Internal stereo mix of multichannel
surround
audio by a DVD
player. lhe down-mix
signals are output from stereo output
connectors.
• DTS
A Digital Surround
audio encoding
format configured
with six
(5.1) channels,
similar to Dolby Digital. It requires a decoder,
either in the player or in an external receiver. DTS stands for
Digital Theater Systems.
Not all DTS discs contain six (5.1) channels of information.
Lock
A feature of this system to automatically
determine
whether or
not to reproduce
particular
DVD software by comparing
its
parental
lock level (a measure of undesirability
of scenes, etc.
from educational
viewpoint)
set for the software beforehand
with that set on this system by the user; if the software's
level is
less restrictive
than the user-set level, it will be reproduced.
• Playback
control
(PBC)
Refers to the signal recorded on Video CDs/SVCD
for controlling
reproduction.
By using menu screens recorded
on a Video CD/
SVCD that supports PBC, you can enjoy interactive-type
software as well as software
having a search function.
• Progressive
scan
Progressive
scan displays all
one time, as a single frame.
interlaced
video from DVD
connection
to a progressive
vertical resolution.
•
Region
the horizontal
lines of a picture
This system can convert the
into progressive
format for
display. It dramatically
increases
at
the
Code
half of the picture.
A system for allowing
discs to be played back only in the regions
designated
beforehand.
All the countries
in the world are
grouped into six regions, each region being identified
by a
specified
Region Code (or region number).
If the Region Code
given to a disc includes a numeral
which matches one in the
Region Code of a player, the player can play back the disc.
IJPEG
• Sampling
•
Interlaced
scan
In the conventional
video system, a picture is shown on the
display monitor
in two halves. The Interlaced
scan system places
lines of the second half of the )icture in-between
lines of the first
A still-picture
Photographic
image quality
•
Letter
data compression
system proposed by the Joint
Expert Group, which features small decrease in
in spite of its high compression
ratio.
box
• Surround
A method
of displaying
wide images like movies in the centre of
a 4:3 TV screen with no part of the image deleted, by placing
black bands on the top and bottom of the screen. This name has
resulted from the screen form looking literally
like a letter box.
•
Linear
PCM
(PCM:
Pulse
Code
Modulation)
A system for converting
analog sound signal to digital signal for
later processing,
with no data compression
used in conversion.
• MP3
A file format with a sound
the abbreviation
of Motion
Audio
about
frequency
Frequency
of sampling data when analog data is converted
to
digital data. Sampling frequency
numerically
represents how
many times the original analog signal is sampled
per second.
data compression
system. "MP3" is
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1 )
Layer 3. By using MP3 format,
10 times as much data volume
one CD-R/RW
can contain
as a regular CD can.
IMPEG
A family of Standards for _ompressing
audio-visual
information_
"MPEG"
standards include MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4.
Video CD/SVCD
and MP3 are based on MPEG-1, while DVD is
based on MPEG-2.
Experts Group.
MPEG
stands for Moving
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Picture
coding
A system for creating
realism
by arranging
• Transfer
three-dimensional
multiple
speakers
sound fields full of
around the listener.
rate
The rate of transferring
digital data. Usually the measure is in
baud per second. The DVD system applies a variable transfer
rate system for high efficiency.
SP CmCArXONS
EN109
GENERAL
Power requirement
Power consumption
Power on
Power off
: AC 120 V%,
Input/Output
S-video input
Y
C
60 Hz
34 W
16.2 W
iemperature
Operating
5°C to 40°C (41 °F to 104°F)
Storage
-20°C to 60°C (_°F to140°F)
Operating
position
Horizontal
only
Dimensions
(WxHxD)
4_¢5 mm x 70 mm x 346 mm
Weight
4.5 kg
VI D EO/AU
Recordable
D IO
disc
Recording format
DVD-RAM
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD-RAM
I2 cm (4.7 GB/9.4 GB)
DVD-RAM
8 cm (1.4 GB/2.8 GB)
DVD-R (12 cm: 4.7 GB,
8 cm: 1.4 GB for General Ver. 2.0)
DVD-RW (4.7 GB for Ver. 1.0/1.1 )
: DVD Video
: DVD-Video
: DVD-Video
Recording
Recording time
Maximum
8 hours (with
(XP)
(SP)
(I.P)
(EP)
(FR)
Playable
disc
:
:
:
:
:
:
Recording
format
format,
format
DVD
4.7 GB disc)
Video
recording
recording
Selectable in digital
setting menu
Tuning system
Channel coverage
VHF
UHF
Frequency
synthesized
tuner
Channels 2 - 13
Channels 14- 69
113 Channels
CATV
TIMER
Clock reference
Program capacity
Memory
backup
ACCESSORI
Provided
: Quartz
: 1-year programmable
8 programs
time
Approx. 60 min.
timer/
ES
accessories
: RF cable,
Audio/video
cable,
Controller,
Infrared remote control
"AA" battery
Specifications
specified.
shown
E.& O.E. Design
notice.
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audio output
TUNER
CD/
system
: Dolby [Digital (2 ch)
].inear PCM (XP mode only)
compression
system
: MPEG2 (CBR/VBR)
75 ohms
75 ohms
1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms
0.3 Vp-p, 75 ohms
0.5 - 2.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms (pin jack)
1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms (pin jack)
-8 dB, 50 kilohms (pin jack)
Corresponding
to mono (left)
Audio output
8 dB, 1 kilohms (pin jack)
i.l.ink
4-pin for DV input
Component
video output
Y
: 1.0 Vp-p, 75 ohms
PB/PR
: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Corresponding
to copy protection
[Digital audio output
Optical
: -1 8 dBm, 660 nm
Coaxial
: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Corresponding
to Dolby Digital and
DTS Digital Surround
Bit stream
Video
Approx. 1 hour
Approx. 2 hours
Approx. 4 hours
Approx. 6 hours
Approx. 1 hour
8 hours
DVD-RAM
12 cm (4.7 GB/9.4 GB)
DVD-RAM
8 cm (1.4 GB/2.8 GB)
DVD-R (12 cm: 4.7 GB,
8 cm: 1.4 GB for General Ver. 2.0)
DVD VIDEO, DVD-RW (4.7 GB)
Music CD (CD-DA)
Video CD
1.2 Vp-p,
0.4 Vp-p,
S-video output
Y
C
Video input
Video output
Audio input
format
Super Video CD (SVCD)
CD-R/RW (CD-DA, Video
SVCD formatted discs)
Audio
0.8
0.2
are for SP mode
and specifications
unit,
x2
unless otherwise
subject
to change
without
110 EN
usroJ:r RMS
A
R
A-B Repeat Playback ............................................
Adjusting the picture quality ..................................
Angle Selection ....................................................
Audio Channel Selection .......................................
49
51
39
40
Audio I anguage/Sound
Selection ...........................
AUDIO OUTPUI .................................................
Auto Channel Set .................................................
39
97
26
C
Check, cancel and change programs .......................
Clock Set ............................................................
Controller ...........................................................
69
24
32
Random Playback
Recordable/playable
Recording Medium
Recording Resume
RECORDING SET
Recording Speed ..................................................
Region Number ......................................................
Register disc ........................................................
Repeat Playback ...................................................
Resume Function ..................................................
DBS receiver
.......................................................
32
Delete program ....................................................
Disc menu ..........................................................
77
36
Discs for Playback Only ..........................................
DISPLAY SET .......................................................
DVD menu .........................................................
F
File Structure of Discs .............................................
Free Rate Function ...............................................
G
Guide Channel
Number
........................................
Search
...............................................
Recording (ITR) .................................
Set
...................................................
103
..........
52
24
8
99
36
Skip Search ..........................................................
Slow Motion
........................................................
37
37
Still Picture/Frame-By-Frame
Playback .....................
Subtitle Selection ..................................................
37
39
9
59
T
rime Search .........................................................
50
63
Top menu ............................................................
Tuner Set .............................................................
36
26
37
U
Unplayable Discs ...................................................
58
I_
[etter Box ...........................................................
28
[ ibrary Database DVD Navi ..................................
[ire Memory .......................................................
72
41
M
Manual Channel Set .............................................
Manual Clock Set .................................................
27
25
Marking positions to play again later .......................
Menu/Audio/Subtitle
[ anguage Set .........................
38
22
O
On-Disc rimer Programing ....................................
One louch Replay ...............................................
On-screen language Set ........................................
66
45
22
P
Pan&Scan ...........................................................
Parental [.ock .......................................................
28
53
Play list ..............................................................
Play Set Up Menu ................................................
Playback Control (PBC) .........................................
Plug&Play Set ......................................................
Program Playback ................................................
78
46
40
21
52
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Mode
Select the switching
interval of the slide show
Semiauto Clock Set ...............................................
5]
50
I
[nstant rimer
58
8
83
48
37
Setting the progressive mode ..................................
Simulated Surround Effect ......................................
H
High-Speed
52
7
9
57
98
S
Scan
D
.................................................
discs .......................................
and Format ................................
Function ...................................
. ................................................
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WARRANTY
•
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(Only
in U.S.A.)
JVC
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LIMITEDWARRANTY
*
USA
ONLY
ONLYFORPRODUCT
PURCHASED
IN U.S.A.
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CONSUMER
VIDEO1-90
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, JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof, except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL,
PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail
purchase for the period as shown below. ("The Warranty Period")
_
HIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE FIFTY (50) UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND IN
COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO.
_
_. WHAT WE WILL DO:
If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such repair
-k and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers. Parts
used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period. All products and parts thereof may be
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brought to a JVC authorized service center on a carry-in basis except for Television sets having a screen size 25 inches and
above which are covered on an in-home basis.
:WHAT
YOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY
SERVICE:
Return your product to a JVC authorized service center with a copy of your bill of sale. For your nearest JVC authorized
center, please call toll free: (800) 252-5722.
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If service
is not available locally , box the. product carefully , preferably in the original carton , and ship , insured , with a copy . of
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,_,_ your b_llof sale plus a letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center, the name and location of
which will be given to you by the toll-free number.
If you have any questions concerning your JVC Product, please contact our Customer
• WHAT
Relations Department.
IS NOT COVERED:
. This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover:
1. Products which have been subject to abuse, accident, alteration, modification, tampering, negligence, misuse, faulty
installation, lack of reasonable care, or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to
render such service, or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products, or if the model number or serial number
has been altered, tampered with, defaced or removed;
"_ 2. Initial installation and installation and removal for repair;
3. Operational adjustments covered in the Owner's Manual, normal maintenance, video and audio head cleaning;
-_ 4. Damage that occurs in shipment, due to act of God, and cosmetic damage;
5. Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge;
"_ 6. Video Pick-up Tubes/CCD Image Sensor, Cartridge, Stylus (Needle) are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase;
7. Accessories;
8. Batteries (except that Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase);
There are no express warranties except as listed above.
• THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN.
OF MERCHANTABILITY,
IS
JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE,
LOSS OR ANY OTHER
DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
(INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO
-litTAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
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Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty _
lasts, so these limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.
JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF JVC AMERICAS CORR
1700 Valley Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
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REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY, THIS WARRANTY
REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY, PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED
PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT.
DOES NOT APPLY. FOR DETAILS OF
PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION
For customer use:
Enter below the Model No. which is located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this information
reference.
Model No. :
Serial No. :
Purchase date :
Name of dealer :
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FOR SERVICING
(Only
in U.S.A.)
Authorized Service Centers
QUALITY
SERVICE
HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER
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TOLL FREE: 1 (800) 252-5722
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http://www.jvc.com
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Dear Customer,
In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase, please read the instruction booklet before
operating the unit. In the event that repairs are necessary, please call 1 (800) 252-5722 for your nearest
authorized service location or visit our website at www.JVC.com
Remember to retain your Bill of Sale for Warranty Service.
Do not attempt to service the product
i
yourself
Caution
To prevent electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. There are no user serviceable
inside. Please refer to qualified service personnel for repairs.
parts
Accessories
To purchase accessories for your JVC product,
visit us on the web at www.JVC.com
please call toll free: 1 (800) 252-5722
JVC
VICTOR
COPYRIGHT©
2004 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN, LTD.
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