SLV-D271P/D370P - Driver Dll service manual user guide

SLV-D271P/D370P
RMT-V501E
SERVICE MANUAL
US Model
DX-13 MECHANISM
Photo: SLV-D370P
Refer to the SERVICE MANUAL of VHS MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT MANUAL VII for MECHANICAL
ADJUSTMENTS. (9-921-790-11)
SPECIFICATIONS
System
Inputs and outputs
General
Laser
Semiconductor laser
Format
VHS NTSC standard
Video recording system
Rotary head helical scanning FM system
Video heads
Double azimuth four heads
Video signal
NTSC color, EIA standards
Tape speed
LINE IN 1 and LINE-2 IN
VIDEO IN, phono jack (1 each)
Input signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced, sync
negative
AUDIO IN, phono jacks (2 each)
Input level: 327 mVrms
Input impedance: more than 47 kilohms
LINE OUT
VIDEO OUT, phono jack (1)
Output signal: 1 Vp-p, 75 ohms, unbalanced, sync
negative
AUDIO OUT, phono jacks (2)
Standard output: 327 mVrms
Load impedance: 47 kilohms
Output impedance: less than 10 kilohms
DIGITAL OUT
COAXIAL, phono jack
Output signal: 0.5 Vp-p, 75 ohms
Power requirements
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power consumption
25 W
Power back-up
Back-up duration: 0 min
Operating temperature
0°C to 45°C (32°F to 113°F)
Storage temperature
–20°C to 60°C (–4°F to 140°F)
Operating humidity
25% to 80%
Dimensions including projecting parts and controls
(w/h/d)
Approx. 430 × 85 × 287 mm
(Approx. 17 × 3 3 8 × 11 3 8 inches)
Mass
Approx. 3.6 kg (Approx. 7.9 lbs)
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y, Pb, Pr)
Phono jack
Y: 1.0 Vp-p/Pb, Pr: 0.7 Vp-p, 75 ohms
S-VIDEO OUT
4-pin, mini-DIN jack
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, unbalanced, sync negative
C: 0.286 Vp-p, load impedance 75 ohms
Supplied accessories
SP: 33.35 mm/s (1
3
8
inches/s)
EP: 11.12 mm/s ( 7 16 inches/s)
LP: 16.67 mm/s ( 11 16 inches/s),
playback only
Maximum recording/playback time
8 hrs. in EP mode (with T-160 tape)
Rewind time
Approx. 1 min (with T-120 tape)
Tuner section
Channel coverage
VHF 2 to 13
UHF 14 to 69
CATV A-8 to A-1, A to W, W+1 to W+84
Antenna
75-ohm antenna terminal for VHF/UHF
Remote commander (1)
Size AA (R6) batteries (2)
75-ohm coaxial cable with F-type connectors (1)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Timer section
Clock
Quartz locked
Timer indication
12-hour cycle
Timer setting
8 programs (max.)
DVD PLAYER/
VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
SAFETY CHECK-OUT
After correcting the original service problem, perform the following
safety checks before releasing the set to the customer:
2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are “pinched”
or contact high-wattage resistors.
LEAKAGE TEST
The AC leakage from any exposed metal part to earth ground
and from all exposed metal parts to any exposed metal part having
a return to chassis, must not exceed 0.5 mA (500 microamperes).
Leakage current can be measured by any one of three methods.
3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors,
that were installed during a previous repair. Point them out to
the customer and recommend their replacement.
1. A commercial leakage tester, such as the Simpson 229 or RCA
WT-540A. Follow the manufacturers' instructions to use these
instruments.
4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs
of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend
their replacement.
2. A battery-operated AC milliammeter. The Data Precision 245
digital multimeter is suitable for this job.
1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered
connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes
and bridges.
5. Check the line cord for cracks and abrasion. Recommend the
replacement of any such line cord to the customer.
6. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified.
7. Check the antenna terminals, metal trim, “metallized” knobs,
screws, and all other exposed metal parts for AC leakage. Check
leakage as described below.
3. Measuring the voltage drop across a resistor by means of a VOM
or battery-operated AC voltmeter. The “limit” indication is
0.75V, so analog meters must have an accurate low-voltage scale.
The Simpson 250 and Sanwa SH-63Trd are examples of a
passive VOM that is suitable. Nearly all battery operated digital
multimeters that have a 2V AC range are suitable. (See Fig. A)
To Exposed Metal
Parts on Set
0.15 µF
1.5 kΩ
AC
voltmeter
(0.75 V)
Earth Ground
Fig. A. Using an AC voltmeter to check AC leakage.
WARNING!!
WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER
EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS
NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION,
BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF
MORE THAN 25 cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE
OBJECTIVE LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK.
CAUTION:
The use of optical instrument with this product will increase eye
hazard.
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED
LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE
OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH
SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS
SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS
PUBLISHED BY SONY.
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CAUTION
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Precautions
1
2
3
4
5
Safety Precautions ······························································ 4
Servicing Precautions ························································ 6
ESD Precautions ································································· 7
Handling the Optical Pick-up ············································· 8
Pick-up Disassembly and Reassembly ······························ 9
2-6
2-6-1
2-6-2
2-6-3
2-6-4
2-6-5
1.
General
3.
Block Diagram ·························································· 3-1
4.
PCB Diagrams
4-1
4-2
4-3
VCR Main ······································································· 4-3
DVD Main ······································································· 4-7
Function Timer ······························································ 4-11
5.
Schematic Diagrams
Getting Started ································································· 1-1
Advanced Hookups ························································· 1-6
Basic Operations ······························································ 1-7
DVD Settings and Adjustments ····································· 1-12
DVD Additional Operations ·········································· 1-15
VCR Additional Operations ·········································· 1-21
Additional Information ·················································· 1-23
2.
2-1
2-1-1
2-1-2
2-1-3
2-1-4
2-1-5
2-1-6
2-2
2-3
2-3-1
2-3-2
2-4
2-4-1
2-4-2
2-4-3
2-4-4
2-4-5
2-4-6
2-4-7
2-4-8
2-4-9
Disassembly and Reassembly
Cabinet and PCB
Cabinet Top Removal ····················································· 2-1
Bottom Cover Removal ·················································· 2-1
Ass’y Front Panel Removal ············································ 2-1
Function Timer PCB Removal ······································· 2-1
Chassis Removal ···························································· 2-2
VCR Main PCB Removal ·············································· 2-2
Circuit Board Locations ················································· 2-3
VCR Deck Parts Locations
Top View ········································································ 2-4
Bottom View ··································································· 2-6
VCR DECK
Ass’y Holder Cassette Removal ····································· 2-7
Ass’y Lever Arm Removal ············································· 2-7
Lever Door Removal ······················································ 2-8
Slider FL Drive, Gear FL Cam Removal ······················· 2-8
Gear Worm Wheel Removal ··········································· 2-9
Cable Flat Removal ························································ 2-9
Ass’y Motor Loading Removal ···································· 2-10
Bracket Gear, Gear Joint 2, 1 Removal ························ 2-10
Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever Load S, T Removal ·································· 2-11
2-4-10 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever Load S, T Assembly ································· 2-11
2-4-11 Lever Pinch Drive, Lever Tension Drive Removal ······· 2-12
2-4-12 Ass’y, Lever Tension Ass’y Band Brake Removal ······· 2-12
2-4-13 Ass’y Lever Brake S, T Removal ································· 2-13
2-4-14 Ass’y Gear Idle Removal ············································· 2-13
2-4-15 Disk S, T Reel Removal ··············································· 2-14
2-4-16 Ass’y Holder Clutch Removal ····································· 2-14
2-4-17 Ass’y Lever Up Down, Ass’y Gear Center Removal ··· 2-15
2-4-18 Guide Cassette Door Removal ····································· 2-15
2-4-19 Ass’y Lever Unit Pinch, Plate Joint,
Spring Pinch Drive Removal ········································ 2-16
2-4-20 Ass’y Lever #9 Guide Removal ··································· 2-16
2-4-21 FE Head Removal ························································ 2-17
2-4-22 Ass’y ACE Head Removal ··········································· 2-17
2-4-23 Ass’y Slider S, T Removal ··········································· 2-18
2-4-24 Plate Ground Deck, Ass’y Cylinder Removal ·············· 2-18
2-4-25 Hook Capstan, Belt Pulley Removal ···························· 2-19
2-4-26 Ass’y Motor Capstan Removal ···································· 2-19
2-4-27 Ass’y Post #8 Guide Removal ····································· 2-20
2-4-28 Ass’y Level Head Cleaner Removal ···························· 2-20
2-4-29 How to Eject the Cassette Tape ···································· 2-20
2-5
The Table of Cleaning, Lubrication and
Replacement Time About Principal Parts ···················· 2-21
DVD Deck
Holder Chuck Removal ················································ 2-22
Tray Disc Removal ······················································· 2-23
Ass’y P/U Deck Removal ············································ 2-24
Ass’y Housing Removal ··············································· 2-25
Ass’y Bracket Deck Removal ······································ 2-26
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB ········································· 5-3
5-1 S.M.P.S. ··········································································· 5-5
5-2 Power Drive ····································································· 5-7
5-3 Logic/Function Timer ······················································ 5-9
5-4 A/V ················································································ 5-11
5-5 Hi-Fi/MTS ····································································· 5-13
5-6 Input-Output ·································································· 5-15
5-7 DVD A/V Decoder ························································ 5-17
5-8 DVD I/O ········································································ 5-19
6.
Alignment and Adjustments
6-1
6-1-1
6-1-2
6-2
6-2-1
6-2-2
6-2-3
VCR Adjustment ····························································· 6-1
Reference ········································································· 6-1
Head Switching Point Adjustment ·································· 6-3
VCR Mechanical Adjustment ·········································· 6-4
Tape Transport System and Adjustment Locations ········· 6-4
Tape Transport System Adjustment ································· 6-5
Reel Torque ··································································· 6-10
7.
Troubleshooting ················································· 7-1
8.
Repair Parts List
8-1
8-1-1
8-1-2
8-1-3
8-1-4
8-2
Exploded Views ······························································· 8-2
Cabinet Assembly ···························································· 8-2
VCR Mechanical Parts (Top Side) ·································· 8-3
VCR Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side) ···························· 8-4
DVD Mechanical Parts ···················································· 8-5
Electrical Parts List ························································· 8-6
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PRECAUTIONS
1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1) Before returning an instrument to the customer, always make a
safety check of the entire instrument, including, but not limited
to, the following items:
(1) Be sure that no built-in protective devices are defective or have
been defeated during servicing.
(1)Protective shields are provided to protect both the technician
and the customer. Correctly replace all missing protective
shields, including any removed for servicing convenience.
(2)When reinstalling the chassis and/or other assembly in the
cabinet, be sure to put back in place all protective devices,
including, but not limited to, nonmetallic control knobs,
insulating fish papers, adjustment and compartment covers/
shields, and isolation resistor/capacitor networks. Do not operate
this instrument or permit it to be operated without all protective
devices correctly installed and functioning.
(4) Insulation Resistance Test Cold Check-(1) Unplug the power
supply cord and connect a jumper wire between the two prongs
of the plug. (2) Turn on the power switch of the instrument. (3)
Measure the resistance with an ohmmeter between the jumpered
AC plug and all exposed metallic cabinet parts on the instrument,
such as screwheads, antenna, control shafts, handle brackets,
etc. When an exposed metallic part has a return path to the
chassis, the reading should be between 1 and 5.2 megohm. When
there is no return path to the chassis, the reading must be infinite.
If the reading is not within the limits specified, there is the
possibility of a shock hazard, and the instrument must be repared
and rechecked before it is returned to the customer. See Fig. 2.
Antenna
Terminal
(2) Be sure that there are no cabinet openings through which adults
or children might be able to insert their fingers and contact a
hazardous voltage. Such openings include, but are not limited
to, excessively wide cabinet ventilation slots, and an improperly
fitted and/or incorrectly secured cabinet back cover.
(3) Leakage Current Hot Check-With the instrument completely
reassembled, plug the AC line cord directly into a 120V AC
outlet. (Do not use an isolation transformer during this test.)
Use a leakage current tester or a metering system that complies
with American National Standards institute (ANSI) C101.1
Leakage Current for Appliances and Underwriters Laboratories
(UL) 1270 (40.7). With the instrument’s AC switch first in the
ON position and then in the OFF position, measure from a known
earth ground (metal water pipe, conduit, etc.) to all exposed
metal parts of the instrument (antennas, handle brackets, metal
cabinets, screwheads, metallic overlays, control shafts, etc.),
especially any exposed metal parts that offer an electrical return
path to the chassis.
Any current measured must not exceed 0.5mA. Reverse the
instrument power cord plug in the outlet and repeat the test. See
Fig. 1.
Any measurements not within the limits specified herein indicate
a potential shock hazard that must be eliminated before returning
the instrument to the customer.
(READING SHOULD
NOT BE ABOVE
0.5mA)
LEAKAGE
CURRENT
TESTER
DEVICE
UNDER
TEST
TEST ALL
EXPOSED METER
SURFACES
2-WIRE CORD
ALSO TEST WITH
PLUG REVERSED
(USING AC ADAPTER
PLUG AS REQUIRED)
EARTH
GROUND
Exposed
Metal Part
ohm
ohmmeter
Fig. 2 Insulation Resistance Test
2) Read and comply with all caution and safety related notes on or
inside the cabinet, or on the chassis.
3) Design Alteration Warning-Do not alter or add to the mechanical
or electrical design of this instrument. Design alterations and
additions, including but not limited to, circuit modifications and
the addition of items such as auxiliary audio output connections,
might alter the safety characteristics of this instrument and create
a hazard to the user. Any design alterations or additions will
make you, the servicer, responsible for personal injury or
property damage resulting therefrom.
4) Observe original lead dress. Take extra care to assure correct
lead dress in the following areas:
(1) near sharp edges, (2) near thermally hot parts (be sure that
leads and components do not touch thermally hot parts), (3) the
AC supply, (4) high voltage, and (5) antenna wiring. Always
inspect in all areas for pinched, out-of-place, or frayed wiring,
Do not change spacing between a component and the printedcircuit board. Check the AC power cord for damage.
5) Components, parts, and/or wiring that appear to have overheated
or that are otherwise damaged should be replaced with
components, parts and/ or wiring that meet original
specifications.
Additionally, determine the cause of overheating and/or damage
and, if necessary, take corrective action to remove any potential
safety hazard.
Fig. 1 AC Leakage Test
—4—
6) Product Safety Notice-Some electrical and mechanical parts
have special safety-related characteristics which are often not
evident from visual inspection, nor can the protection they give
necessarily be obtained by replacing them with components rated
for higher voltage, wattage, etc. Parts that have special safety
characteristics are identified by shading, an ( ) or a ( ) on
schematics and parts lists. Use of a substitute replacement that
does not have the same safety characteristics as the
recommended replacement part might create shock, fire and/or
other hazards. Product safety is under review continuously and
new instructions are issued whenever appropriate.
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2 SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
CAUTION: Before servicing units covered by this service manual
and its supplements, read and follow the Safety Precautions section
of this manual.
Note: If unforseen circumstances create conflict between the
following servicing precautions and any of the safety precautions,
always follow the safety precautions. Remember: Safety First.
2-1 General Servicing Precautions
(1) a. Always unplug the instrument’s AC power cord from the AC
power source before (1) re-moving or reinstalling any
component, circuit board, module or any other instrument
assembly, (2) disconnecting any instrument electrical plug or
other electrical connection, (3) connecting a test substitute in
parallel with an electrolytic capacitor in the instrument.
b. Do not defeat any plug/socket B+ voltage interlocks with
which instruments covered by this service manual might be
equipped.
c. Do not apply AC power to this instrument and/or any of its
electrical assemblies unless all solid-state device heat sinks
are correctly installed.
d. Always connect a test instrument’s ground lead to the
instrument chassis ground before connecting the test
instrument positive lead. Always remove the test instrument
ground lead last.
Note: Refer to the Safety Precautions section ground lead last.
(2) The service precautions are indicated or printed on the cabinet,
chassis or components. When servicing, follow the printed or
indicated service precautions and service materials.
(3) The components used in the unit have a specified flame
resistance and dielectric strength.
When replacing components, use components which have the
same ratings. Components identified by shading, by ( ) or by
( ) in the circuit diagram are important for safety or for the
characteristics of the unit. Always replace them with the exact
replacement components.
(4) An insulation tube or tape is sometimes used and some
components are raised above the printed wiring board for safety.
The internal wiring is sometimes clamped to prevent contact
with heating components. Install such elements as they were.
(5) After servicing, always check that the removed screws,
components, and wiring have been installed correctly and that
the portion around the serviced part has not been damaged and
so on. Further, check the insulation between the blades of the
attachment plug and accessible conductive parts.
2-2 Insulation Checking Procedure
Disconnect the attachment plug from the AC outlet and turn the
power ON. Connect the insulation resistance meter (500V) to the
blades of the attachment plug. The insulation resistance between
each blade of the attachment plug and accessible conductive parts
(see note) should be more than 1 Megohm.
Note: Accessible conductive parts include metal panels, input
terminals, earphone jacks, etc.
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3 ESD PRECAUSIONS
Electrostatically Sensitive Devices (ESD)
Some semiconductor (solid state) devices can be damaged easily
by static electricity.
Such components commonly are called Electrostatically Sensitive
Devices (ESD). Examples of typical ESD devices are integrated
circuits and some field-effect transistors and semiconductor chip
components. The following techniques should be used to help reduce
the incidence of component damage caused by static electricity.
(1) Immediately before handling any semiconductor component or
semiconductor-equipped assembly, drain off any electrostatic
charge on your body by touching a known earth ground.
Alternatively, obtain and wear a commercially available
discharging wrist strap device, which should be removed for
potential shock reasons prior to applying power to the unit under
test.
(2) After removing an electrical assembly equipped with ESD
devices, place the assembly on a conductive surface such as
aluminum foil, to prevent electrostatic charge buildup or
exposure of the assembly.
(3) Use only a grounded-tip soldering iron to solder or unsolder
ESD devices.
(4) Use only an anti-static solder removal devices. Some solder
removal devices not classified as “anti-static” can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices.
(5) Do not use freon-propelled chemicals. These can generate
electrical charges sufficient to damage ESD devices.
(6) Do not remove a replacement ESD device from its protective
package until immediately before your are ready to install it.
(Most replacement ESD devices are packaged with leads
electrically shorted together by conductive foam, aluminum foil
or comparable conductive materials).
(7) Immediately before removing the protective materials from the
leads of a replacement ESD device, touch the protective material
to the chassis or circuit assembly into which the device will be
installed.
CAUTION: Be sure no power is applied to the chassis or circuit,
and observe all other safety precautions.
(8) Minimize bodily motions when handling unpackaged
replacement ESD devices. (Otherwise harmless motion such as
the brushing together of your clothes fabric or the lifting of
your foot from a carpeted floor can generate static electricity
sufficient to damage an ESD device).
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4 HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP
The laser diode in the optical pick up may suffer electrostatic
breakdown because of potential static electricity from clothing and
your body.
The following method is recommended.
(1) Place a conductive sheet on the work bench (The black sheet
used for wrapping repair parts.)
(2) Place the set on the conductive sheet so that the chassis is
grounded to the sheet.
(3) Place your hands on the conductive sheet (This gives them the
same ground as the sheet.)
(4) Remove the optical pick up block
(5) Perform work on top of the conductive sheet. Be careful not to
let your clothes or any other static sources to touch the unit.
◆ Be sure to put on a wrist strap grounded to the sheet.
◆ Be sure to lay a conductive sheet made of copper etc. Which is
grounded to the table.
WRIST-STRAP
FOR GROUNDING
1M
THE UNIT
1M
CONDUCTIVE SHEET
Fig.3
(6) Short the short terminal on the PCB, which is inside the PickUp ASS’Y, before replacing the Pick-Up. (The short terminal is
shorted when the Pick-Up Ass’y is being lifted or moved.)
(7) After replacing the Pick-up, open the short terminal on the PCB.
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5 PICK-UP DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
5-1 Disassembly
5-2 Assembly
1) Remove the power cord.
2) Disassemble the Deck-Assy.
3) Make solder land 2 points short on Pick-up.
(See Fig. 4)
4) Disassembly the Pick-up.
1) Replace the Pick-up.
2) Remove the soldering 2 points on Pick-up.
3) Reassemble the Deck-Assy.
Note: If the assembly and disassembly are not done in correct sequence, the Pick-up may be damaged.
PICK-UP ASS'Y
SOLDER LAND 2 POINTS SHORT
Fig. 4
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MEMO
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SLV-D271P/D370P
1. GENERAL
About this manual
• This manual mainly explains operations
using the remote, but the same operations can
also be performed using the buttons on the
DVD-VCR having the same or similar
names.
• “DVD” may be used as a general term for DVD
VIDEOs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs, and DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs.
• The meaning of the icons used in this manual is
described below:
Icon
Meaning
This section is extracted from instruction manual. (2-671-544-11)
Region code
This player can play the
following discs
Your player has a region code printed on the back
of the unit and only will play DVD VIDEO discs
(playback only) labeled with identical region codes.
This system is used to protect copyrights.
Format of discs
DVD VIDEO
DVDs labeled
ALL
will also play on this player.
If you try to play any other DVD VIDEO, a
message will appear on the TV screen to indicate
that the disc is not playable. Depending on the DVD
VIDEO, no region code indication may be labeled
even though playing the DVD VIDEO is prohibited
by area restrictions.
DVD-RW/-R
DVD+RW/+R
Functions available for DVD
VIDEOs and DVD-RWs/DVDRs in video mode or DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs
SLV-DXXXX
Functions available for DVDRWs/DVD-Rs in VR (Video
Recording) mode
Functions available for VIDEO
CDs, Super VCDs or CD-Rs/CDRWs in video CD format or Super
VCD format
Functions available for music
CDs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs in music
CD format
Functions available for DATA
CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CDRWs containing MP3* audio
tracks or JPEG files)
Functions available for DATA
DVDs (DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs
containing MP3* audio tracks or
JPEG files)
Functions available for VHS
VIDEOs
* MP3 (MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3) is a standard format
defined by ISO/MPEG which compresses audio
data.
NO.
X
VIDEO CD/
Music CD
Notes about DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs or
CD-Rs/CD-RWs
Some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, DVD-RWs/DVDRs or CD-Rs/CD-RWs cannot be played on this
player due to the recording quality or physical
condition of the disc, or the characteristics of the
recording device and authoring software.
The disc will not play if it has not been correctly
finalized. For more information, refer to the
operating instructions for the recording device.
Note that some playback functions may not
work with some DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs, even if
they have been correctly finalized. In this case,
view the disc by normal playback. Also some
DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in Packet
Write format cannot be played.
Region code
Note on playback operations
of DVDs and VIDEO CDs
Example of discs that the
player cannot play
CD-RW/-R
“DVD+RW,” “DVD-RW,” “DVD+R,” “DVD+R
DL,” “DVD-R,” “DVD VIDEO,” and “CD” logos
are trademarks.
The player cannot play the following discs:
• CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs other than those
recorded in the formats listed on the previous
page.
• CD-ROMs recorded in PHOTO CD format.
• Data part of CD-Extras
• DVD Audios
• HD layer on Super Audio CDs
Note about CDs/DVDs
The player can play CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs
recorded in the following formats:
– music CD format
– video CD format
– MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of
format conforming to ISO 9660* Level 1/
Level 2, or its extended format, Joliet
– KODAK Picture CD format
Also, the player cannot play the following discs:
• A DVD VIDEO with a different region code.
• A disc recorded in a color system other than
NTSC, such as PAL or SECAM (this player
conforms to the NTSC color system).
• A disc that has a non-standard shape (e.g.,
card, heart).
• A disc with paper or stickers on it.
• A disc that has the adhesive of cellophane tape
or a sticker still left on it.
* A logical format of files and folders on CD-ROMs,
defined by ISO (International Organization for
Standardization).
The player can play DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/
DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs recorded in the
following formats:
Some playback operations of DVDs and VIDEO
CDs may be intentionally set by software
producers. Since this player plays DVDs and
VIDEO CDs according to the disc contents the
software producers designed, some playback
features may not be available. Also, refer to the
instructions supplied with the DVDs or VIDEO
CDs.
Music discs encoded with
copyright protection
technologies
This product is designed to playback discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard.
Recently, various music discs encoded with
copyright protection technologies are marketed
by some record companies. Please be aware that
among those discs, there are some that do not
conform to the CD standard and may not be
playable by this product.
– MP3 audio tracks and JPEG image files of
format conforming to UDF (Universal Disk
Format).
– 8 cm DVD+RW, DVD-RW, and DVD-R
recorded with a DVD Video camera
continued
About this manual
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This player can play the following discs
Getting Started
Note on DualDiscs
Step 1 : Unpacking
This product is designed to playback discs that
conform to the Compact Disc (CD) standard. A
DualDisc is a two sided disc product which
mates DVD recorded material on one side with
digital audio material on the other side. Please
be aware that the audio side of a DualDisc may
not play on this product because these discs do
not conform to the CD standard.
“DualDisc” is a trademark of the Recording
Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Check that you have received the following items with the DVD-VCR:
• Remote commander
• 75-ohm coaxial cable with F-type
connectors
• Size AA (R6) batteries
Note
• The supplied remote commander is for the exclusive use of this DVD-VCR.
This player can play the following discs
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Unpacking
Notes
• With normal use, the batteries should last about three to six months.
• If you do not use the remote commander for an extended period of time, remove the batteries
to avoid possible damage from battery leakage.
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not use different types of batteries.
• Do not leave the remote commander in an extremely hot or humid place.
• Do not drop any foreign object into the remote casing, particularly when replacing the batteries.
• Do not expose the remote sensor to direct light from the sun or lighting apparatus. Doing so
may cause a malfunction.
Step 2 : Setting up the remote commander
Getting Started
Inserting the batteries
Insert two size AA (R6) batteries by matching
the + and – on the batteries to the diagram
inside the battery compartment.
Insert the negative (–) end first, then push in
and down until the positive (+) end clicks into
position.
Controlling TVs with the remote commander
Reattach the cover after inserting the battery.
The remote commander is preprogrammed to control non-Sony TVs. If your TV is listed in the
following table, set the appropriate manufacturer’s code number.
Using the remote commander
1 Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch at the top of the remote commander to TV.
down ?/1, and enter your TV’s code number using the number buttons. Then release
2 Hold
?/1.
You can use this remote commander to operate
this DVD-VCR and a Sony TV. Buttons on the
remote commander marked with an orange dot
(•) can be used to operate your Sony TV.
If the TV does not have the
symbol near the
remote sensor, this remote commander will not
operate the TV.
Remote sensor
TV / DVD·VIDEO
switch
SELECT VIDEO
SELECT DVD
Buttons
Operations
?/1
Turns your TV on or off
VOL +/–
Adjusts the volume of your TV
CH +/–
Selects the channel on your TV
Number buttons and ENTER*
Selects the channel on a Sony TV
MUTING*
Mutes a Sony TV equipped with the muting function
TV/VIDEO
Switches your TV’s input source
* for Sony TV only
To operate
Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
the DVD player
DVD·VIDEO, then press SELECT DVD and point at the remote sensor at the
DVD-VCR
the VCR
DVD·VIDEO, then press SELECT VIDEO and point at the remote sensor at the
DVD-VCR
your TV
TV and point at the remote sensor at your TV
continued
Setting up the remote commander
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Code numbers of controllable TVs
If more than one code number is listed, try entering them one at a time until you find
the one that works with your TV.
Code number
TV brand
Sony
01 (default)
Panasonic
06, 19
Akai
04
Philco
03, 04
AOC
04
Philips
08
Centurion
12
Pioneer
16
Coronado
03
Portland
03
Curtis-Mathes
12
Quasar
06, 18
Daewoo
22
Radio Shack
05, 14
Daytron
12
RCA
04, 10
Emerson
03, 04, 14
Sampo
12
Fisher
11
Sanyo
11
General Electric
06, 10
Scott
12
LG/Gold Star
03, 04, 17
Sears
07, 10, 11
Hitachi
02, 03
Sharp
03, 05, 18
J.C.Penney
04, 12
Sylvania
08, 12
JVC
09
Teknika
03, 08, 14
KMC
03
Toshiba
07
Magnavox
03, 08, 12
Wards
03, 04, 12
Marantz
04, 13
Yorx
12
MGA/Mitsubishi
04, 12, 13, 17
Zenith
15
NEC
Step 3 : Basic hookups
Code number
Before you get started
• Be sure to disconnect the AC power cord of each component before connecting.
• Turn off the power to all equipment.
• Do not connect the AC power cords until all of the connections are completed. If
you connect the AC power cord before the connections are completed, you may not
be able to use the Plug and Play function.
• Be sure you make connections firmly. Loose connections may cause picture
distortion.
• If your TV does not match any of the examples provided, see your nearest Sony
dealer or qualified technician.
Getting Started
TV brand
Setting up the remote commander
Selecting the best hookup option
There are many ways in which your DVD-VCR can be hooked up. To hook up your DVD-VCR
so that it works best for you, first scan through the table below. Then use the accompanying
diagrams and procedures on the following pages to set up your DVD-VCR.
If your TV has audio/video inputs, refer to page 15 for audio/video (A/V) hookup. Then follow
one of the hookups below. If your TV does not have A/V inputs, go directly to one of the
hookups below.
04, 12
If you have
Use
Refer to
Antenna only, no cable TV
Hookup 1 A or B
(Plug and Play)
Page 16 and 18
No cable box or cable box with only a few
scrambled channels
Hookup 1 C
(Plug and Play)
Page 17 and 18
Cable box with many scrambled channels
Hookup 2
Page 19
After you have completed the connections, follow the instructions for setup.
Notes
• If you enter a new code number, the code number previously entered will be erased.
• If the TV uses a different remote control system from the one programmed to work with the
DVD-VCR, you cannot control your TV with the remote commander.
• When you replace the batteries of the remote commander, the code number may change. Set
the appropriate code number every time you replace the batteries.
After you have completed the setup, you are ready to use your DVD-VCR. Procedures differ
depending on the hookup you used.
Caution
Connections between the DVD-VCR’s VHF/UHF connector and the antenna terminals of the
TV receiver should be made only as shown in the following instructions. Failure to do so may
result in operation that violates the regulations of the Federal Communications Commission
regarding the use and operation of RF devices. Never connect the output of the DVD-VCR to an
antenna or make simultaneous (parallel) antenna and DVD-VCR connections at the antenna
terminals of your receiver.
Note to CATV system installer (in USA)
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer’s attention to Article 820- 40 of the
NEC that provides 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.
Setting up the remote commander
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Basic hookups
Audio/video (A/V) hookup
Hookup 1 (Plug and Play)
If you are not planning to use your DVD-VCR to record programs, you only need to make the
connections shown on this page. If you want to record regular or cable TV programs, complete
these connections first, and then go to the following pages for antenna or cable hookups.
A Use this hookup if your TV has stereo jacks
A Use this hookup if you are using:
• VHF/UHF antenna (you get channels 2–13 and channels 14 and higher)
• UHF-only antenna (you get channels 14 and higher)
• Separate VHF and UHF antennas
Getting Started
If your TV has audio/video (A/V) input jacks, you will get better picture and sound if you hook
up your DVD-VCR using these connections. If your TV does not have A/V inputs, see the
following pages for antenna or cable hookups. Note that “Advanced Hookups” (page 30)
explains additional hookup methods that will optimize the picture and sound for a true
“hometheater” experience.
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
A
or
DVD-VCR
DVD-VCR
VHF
Match the type of
connector on your
TV: A, B, or C.
B
Stereo receiver
UHF
TV
or
VHF
C
Audio/video cord
(not supplied)
UHF
Audio cord (not supplied)
B Use this hookup if you are using a VHF-only antenna (you get
channels 2–13 only)
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
B Use this hookup if your TV does not have stereo jacks
DVD-VCR
Stereo receiver
A
Match the type of
connector on your
TV: A, B, or C.
B
For connector
types B and C, no
UHF connection is
required.
TV
or
DVD-VCR
or
Video cord
(not supplied)
VHF
UHF
VHF
C
Audio cord (not supplied)
UHF
If you cannot connect your antenna cable to the DVD-VCR directly
If your antenna cable is a flat cable (300-ohm twin lead cable), attach an external
antenna connector (not supplied) so you can connect the cable to the IN connector. If
you have separate cables for VHF and UHF antennas, you should use a U/V band
mixer (not supplied) (page 100).
Notes
• To play a tape/disc in stereo, you must use the A/V connection.
• If you do not have a stereo receiver, connect the white LINE OUT/AUDIO L jack to the
AUDIO IN jack on your TV.
continued
Basic hookups
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C Use this hookup if you have no cable box, or a cable box with only a
few scrambled channels
DVD-VCR setup (Hookup 1 continued)
Plug the DVD-VCR into an AC outlet.
What you can do with this hookup
• Record any unscrambled channel by selecting the channel on the VCR
• Record scrambled channels that require a cable box
DVD-VCR
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
or
The DVD-VCR automatically presets the DVD-VCR’s clock and TV channels when
the DVD-VCR is plugged into the AC outlet.
Getting Started
What you cannot do
Wall
Basic hookups
to AC outlet
AC power cord
A Match the type
of connector
on your TV: A,
B, or C.
VHF
The DVD-VCR starts presetting the
clock and channels.
B
Connect this cable
directly to your TV if
you do not have a
cable box.
or
For connector
types B and C,
no UHF
connection is
required.
UHF
VHF
Cable box
When Auto preset is completed, the
current time appears in the display
window.
C
UHF
You have now completed DVD-VCR setup.
To begin using your DVD-VCR, go to “Basic Operations” on page 34.
To change the on-screen display language to French or Spanish, see
“Step 4 : Selecting a language” on page 20.
The clock is set using a time signal provided by some TV channels. If the clock is
incorrect, or “–:–” appears in the display window, see “Using Manual Clock Set” on
page 24.
To add or disable channels manually, see “Presetting/disabling channels manually”
on page 28.
Notes
• If you connect the AC power cord before the antenna connections are completed, the channels
may be incorrectly set. If this happens, see “Step 6 : Presetting channels” on page 26.
• Do not press any buttons on the DVD-VCR or remote commander during Auto preset.
• Auto preset starts automatically only when you plug in the AC power cord for the first time
after you purchase the DVD-VCR.
• Auto preset can be performed by pressing x on the unit continuously for 5 seconds or more
with the DVD-VCR power turned off.
continued
Basic hookups
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Basic hookups
Hookup 2
Step 4 : Selecting a language
Use this hookup if you are connecting a cable box with many scrambled
channels
What you cannot do
• Record with the cable box turned off
• Record one channel while watching another channel
Wall
Cable box
You can change the on-screen display
language.
Getting Started
What you can do with this hookup
• Record any channel by selecting the channel on the cable box
Before you start…
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
Rear of TV
VHF/UHF
A
or
Match the type of
connector on your
TV: A, B, or C.
SET UP
V/v
ENTER
VHF
B
or
For connector
types B and C, no
UHF connection
is required.
UHF
VHF
DVD-VCR
C
UHF
After you have completed hookup…
After you have completed hookup, plug the DVD-VCR into an AC outlet and see
“Step 4 : Selecting a language” on page 20.
1
Press SET UP, then press V/v to select
(OPTION) and press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Language”, then press
ENTER.
The “LANGUAGE/IDIOMA/LANGUE”
menu appears.
3
to AC outlet
Press V/v to select the desired language, English, Spanish or French, then
press ENTER.
AC power cord
Basic hookups
4
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Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Selecting a language
Step 5 : Setting the clock
You must set the clock on the DVD-VCR to use the timer features properly.
Getting Started
Using the Auto Clock Set feature
Some TV and cable channels transmit time
signals with their broadcasts. Your DVDVCR can pick up this time signal to
automatically set the clock.
SET UP
The Auto Clock Set feature works only if a
channel in your area is broadcasting a time
signal. If broadcasters in your area are not
sending time signals, set the time manually
(page 24).
Before you start…
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
1
Press SET UP, then press V/v to select
(OPTION) and press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Clock Set/Adjust”, then
press ENTER.
The “CLOCK SET/ADJUST” menu appears.
Selecting a language
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Setting the clock
V/v/B/b
ENTER
O RETURN
Press V/v to select “Auto”, then press
ENTER.
4
Press V/v to select the item you want, then press B/b to make the setting.
• For “Clock data CH”
Leave the setting to “Auto” to have the
DVD-VCR automatically search for a
channel that carries a time signal. Press B/b
to select a channel that carries a time signal.
Use this option if you know of a channel that
carries a time signal. Most PBS member
stations broadcast a time signal. For the
fastest response, select your local PBS
station.
• For “Time zone”
Select the time zone of your area, or select
“Auto” to have the DVD-VCR automatically
set your time zone.
The options are:
Auto y Atl. (Atlantic) y East (Eastern)
y Cen. (Central) y Mtn. (Mountain) y
Pac. (Pacific) y Alas (Alaska) y
Haw. (Hawaii) y Auto
• For “Daylight saving”
Select “Yes” or “No” (standard time), or
“Auto” to have the DVD-VCR automatically
set the daylight saving time.
Notes
• The clock cannot be set automatically if you do not receive a channel that carries a time
signal in your area. If so, set the clock manually (page 24).
• If there are only a few channels in your area that carry time signals, setting the clock
automatically may take up to about 20 minutes. If nothing happens even after you wait about
20 minutes, set the clock manually (page 24).
• If you made Hookup 2, make sure you leave the cable box on.
• The clock display appears when VIDEO mode is selected with no tape inserted or when the
DVD-VCR is turned off.
Getting Started
3
Using Manual Clock Set
Before you start…
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
SET UP
V/v/B/b
ENTER
5
Press O RETURN, then press SET UP to exit the menu.
6
To activate the Auto Clock Set function, turn off the DVD-VCR.
1
Press SET UP, then press V/v to select
(OPTION) and press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Clock Set/Adjust”, then
press ENTER.
The “CLOCK SET/ADJUST” menu appears.
continued
Setting the clock
3
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Press V/v to select “Manual”, then press
ENTER.
Set the hour, minutes, month, day and year in
sequence by pressing B/b to select the item to
be set, and press V/v to select the digits.
The day of the week is set automatically.
5
Press ENTER to confirm the setting.
6
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Setting the clock
Step 6 : Presetting channels
This DVD-VCR is capable of receiving VHF channels 2 to 13, UHF channels 14 to 69 and
unscrambled CATV channels 1 to 125. First, we recommend that you preset the receivable
channels in your area using automatic presetting methods. Then, if there are any unwanted
channels, disable them manually. If you have already decided which channels you wish to
preset, set them directly using manual presetting methods (page 28).
Getting Started
4
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Presetting all receivable channels automatically
Before you start…
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
Note
• The clock display appears when VIDEO mode is selected with no tape inserted or when the
DVD-VCR is turned off.
1
Setting the clock
SET UP
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Press SET UP, then press V/v to select
(OPTION) and press ENTER.
Presetting channels
2
Press V/v to select “Channel Setup”, then
press ENTER.
Presetting/disabling channels manually
Before you start…
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
The “CHANNEL SETUP” menu appears.
Press V/v to select “Ant/Cable.”
4
• To preset cable TV channels:
Press B/b to select “Cable TV.”
Getting Started
3
CH +/–
Number
buttons
SET UP
• To preset VHF and UHF channels:
Press B/b to select “Antenna.”
V/v/B/b
ENTER
O RETURN
5
Press V/v to select “Auto Channel Memory,”
then press ENTER.
All receivable channels are preset in numerical
sequence. When no more receivable channels
can be found, presetting stops and the picture
from the lowest numbered channel is displayed
on the TV screen.
1
Press SET UP, then press V/v to select
(OPTION) and press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Channel Setup”, then
press ENTER.
The “CHANNEL SETUP” menu appears.
continued
Presetting channels
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Presetting channels
Advanced Hookups
4
To preset/disable a channel:
1 Press CH +/– or number buttons to enter
Channel to be preset
the channel number.
2 Press B/b to select “ADD” (in memory)
or “DELETE” (deleted).
3 Press ENTER.
S-Video/Component Video hookup
Getting Started
3
Press V/v to select “Channel Add/Delete,” then press ENTER.
Select one of the following patterns A or B, according to the input jack on your TV monitor,
projector, or AV amplifier (receiver). You can enjoy higher quality images when playing DVDs.
Make audio connections using the LINE OUT AUDIO L/R jacks or DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(COAXIAL) jacks on the right side of the DVD-VCR when you use S-VIDEO/Component
Video hookup. See page 32 for audio connections.
If your TV accepts progressive (480p) format signals, you must use the connection B.
Channel to be disabled
DVD-VCR
to S-VIDEO OUT
5
Press O RETURN to confirm the setting.
to COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
6
(blue)
(red)
(green)
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
S-VIDEO cord
(not supplied)
TV
TV
Note
• If you have not preset channels automatically, you cannot preset/disable channels manually.
Component video cord
(not supplied)
(green)
(red)
(blue)
l : Signal flow
(DVD only)
Presetting channels
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S-Video/Component Video hookup
AUse this hookup if your TV has an S-VIDEO input jack
Connect an S-VIDEO cord (not supplied). You will enjoy high quality images.
A/V Receiver hookup
BUse this hookup if your TV has component video input jacks
Connect a component video cord (not supplied) or three video cords (not supplied) of
the same kind and length. You will enjoy accurate color reproduction and high quality
images.
If your TV accepts progressive (480p) format signals, you must use this connection
and then set “Progressive” to “On” in the “SCREEN SETUP” menu. For details, see
“To set the “Progressive” setting” (page 58).
Select one of the following patterns A or B, accordiing to the input jack on your AV amplifier
(receiver). This will enable you to listen to DVD audio tracks through your AV amplifier
(receiver).
For correct speaker location, see the operating instructions supplied with the connected
components.
Notes
• The connection using S-VIDEO OUT and COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks are only for
the DVD player. The signal from the VCR will not be output.
• In the connection using S-VIDEO OUT jack, if you set “Progressive” to “On” in the
“SCREEN SETUP” menu, S-Video playback may be distorted.
DVD-VCR
Advanced Hookups
(white)
Stereo audio cord
(not supplied)
to DIGITAL AUDIO
OUT (COAXIAL)
or
(red)
Coaxial digital cord
(not supplied)
to LINE OUT L/R (AUDIO)
l : Signal flow
(white)
(red)
to coaxial digital input
to audio input
[Speakers]
[Speakers]
Rear (L)
Rear (R)
Front (L)
Front (R)
AV amplifier (receiver)
with a decoder
Subwoofer
Center
S-Video/Component Video hookup
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A/V Receiver hookup
Basic Operations
A Connecting to audio L/R jacks
This connection uses a stereo amplifier’s (receiver’s) two front speakers for sound.
You can enjoy the surround function that creates virtual speakers from two stereo
speakers. Select from “Surround1”, “Surround2” or “Surround3” of the surround
effects (page 76).
Playing discs
Depending on the disc, some operations may
be different or restricted. Refer to the
operating instructions supplied with your
disc.
B Connecting to a digital audio (COAXIAL) input jack
Use this connection if your AV amplifier (receiver) has a Dolby*1 Digital or DTS*2
decoder and a digital input jack. You can enjoy the surround effect of Dolby Digital
(5.1ch) or DTS (5.1ch).
SELECT DVD
Before you start ...
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
1
* Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
*2 “DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
/
m/M y
Advanced Hookups
Notes
• After you have completed the connection using DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL), be
sure to set “Dolby Digital” to “Dolby Digital” and “DTS” to “On” in “AUDIO SETUP”
menu (page 54). Otherwise, no sound or a loud noise will come from the speakers.
• With a coaxial digital connection, you cannot use the virtual surround effects of this recorder.
Z
./ >
X PAUSE
x STOP
H PLAY
1
Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2
Press Z to open the disc tray and
place a disc on the disc tray.
with the playback
side facing down
A/V Receiver hookup
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3
Press H PLAY.
To
Press
The disc tray closes and the
DVD player starts playback.
The display window shows the
playback time*.
Hour Minute Second
Depending on the disc, a menu
may appear on the TV screen.
For DVDs, see page 65. For VIDEO CDs, see page 88.
Locate a point quickly
m or M on the remote (or hold down m or M on the
unit)
The playback speed changes as follows each time you press
the button on the remote (or depending on how long you press
the button on the unit):
• DVD
fast forward: PLAY t ×1.4 ••N•*1 t 1M t 2M
t 3M t 4M t 5M t 6M
fast reverse: PLAY t 1m t 2m t 3m t 4m
t 5m t 6m
• CD, MP3 and VIDEO CD
fast forward: PLAY t 1M t 2M t 3M
fast reverse: PLAY t 1m t 2m t 3m
When you find the point you want, press H PLAY.
* “– – – – –” appears when no disc is loaded.
Tip
• To make a video timer reservation during DVD playback, we recommend performing the
operations under “Quick Timer Recording” (page 90).
Additional operations
To
Press
Stop play
x STOP
Pause play
X PAUSE
If you pause the DVD player for more than 5 minutes, the
DVD player will automatically stop.
Resume play after pause
H PLAY
Go to the next frame in pause mode
Go to the previous frame in pause mode
Go back to the previous chapter, track,
or scene in continuous play mode
. PREV on the remote or m on the unit
Briefly fast forward the current scene
for 30 seconds in continuous play
mode*2 (Instant Advance)
SKIP
You can press
SKIP up to 4 times. This allows you to fast
forward up to 2 minutes in total.
Stop play and remove the disc
Z
*1 Playback quickly or slowly with sound (See “To playback quickly or slowly with sound (DVD only)” on
page 37.)
*2 For DVD VIDEOs and DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs or DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs only
REPLAY
> NEXT on the remote or M on the unit
REPLAY
Replay the previous scene for 10
seconds in continuous play mode*2
(Instant Replay)
SKIP
Go to the next chapter, track, or scene in
continuous play mode
X PAUSE during playback, then press
or y
The playback speed changes as follows each time you press
or y:
• DVD
forward slow motion: ×0.6 ••N•*1 t 2 y t 3 y
reverse slow motion (except for DVD-RW in VR mode): 1
t2
t3
• VIDEO CD
forward slow motion only: 1 y t 2 y t 3 y
To resume normal playback, press H PLAY.
Watch slow motion in continuous play
mode (DVD and VIDEO CD only)
Basic Operations
Notes
• You can change the screen type using the “SCREEN SETUP” menu (see “Screen Setup” on
page 56).
• Stop VIDEO playback while playing back a disc.
• If you play a DVD or VIDEO CD that has scratches, the player may stop playback at the
point of the scratch.
• Playback of play lists longer than 10 hours recorded in VR mode is not guaranteed.
Notes
• No sound is output except for:
– during normal play
– during playback quickly or slowly with sound
• You cannot perform playback quickly or slowly with sound when a virtual surround effect is
set.
• The fast reverse operation may not be possible for CD, MP3 and VIDEO CD depending on
the recording method.
• You may not be able to use the Instant Replay or Instant Advance function with some scenes.
• Switching between original (ORG) and play list (PL) within a disc recorded in VR mode is
possible only while the disc is stopped. Press TOP MENU to switch between ORG and PL.
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To playback quickly or slowly with sound (DVD only)
You can listen to dialog or sound while playing the current scene quickly or slowly.
Playing discs
Guide to the on-screen display
To playback quickly, press M during playback.
To playback slowly, press X PAUSE, then press y during playback.
Press H PLAY to return to normal playback.
You can check disc information during
playback.
Notes
• You cannot set virtual surround effects while performing playback quickly or slowly with
sound. In addition, you cannot perform playback quickly or slowly with sound when a virtual
surround effect is set.
• You cannot perform DTS audio output during playback quickly or slowly with sound.
In addition, you cannot perform playback quickly or slowly with sound when DTS audio
output is set.
The displayed contents differ according to
the type of disc being played.
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Number buttons
To Resume playback for the current disc (Resume Play)
The DVD player remembers the point where you stopped the disc even if the DVD
player enters standby mode by pressing ?/1.
Step 1.
Tip
• To begin playback from the top of the disc, press x STOP twice then press H PLAY.
Notes on playing DTS* sound tracks on a CD
• When playing DTS-encoded CDs, excessive noise will be heard from the analog stereo jacks.
To avoid possible damage to the audio system, the consumer should take proper precautions
when the analog stereo jacks of the DVD player are connected to an amplification system. To
enjoy DTS Digital Surround™ playback, an external 5.1-channel decoder system must be
connected to the digital jack of the DVD player.
• Set the sound to “Stereo” using the AUDIO button when you play DTS sound tracks on a CD
(page 74).
• Do not play DTS sound tracks without first connecting the DVD player to an audio
component having a built-in DTS decoder. The DVD player outputs the DTS signal via the
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack even if “DTS” is set to “Off” in “AUDIO SETUP”
menu (page 54), and may affect your ears or cause your speakers to be damaged.
Basic Operations
1 While playing a disc, press x STOP to stop playback.
H PLAY.
2 Press
The DVD player starts playback from the point where you stopped the disc in
V/v/B/b
ENTER
O RETURN
DISPLAY
Press DISPLAY during playback. The following information appears; type of disc, current title/
track, chapter, counter position, voice language, subtitle language and Custom AV Mode
setting. Refer to “DVD Audio/Subtitle Language” on page 113 for the abbreviation of the
language.
Type of disc
Current title/track number
Current chapter number
Counter position
Voice language
Subtitle language
Custom AV Mode
Notes on playing DVDs with a DTS sound track
• DTS audio signals are output only through the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack.
• When you play a DVD with DTS sound tracks, set “DTS” to “On” in “AUDIO SETUP”
menu (page 54).
• If you connect the player to audio equipment without a DTS decoder, do not set “DTS” to
“On” in “AUDIO SETUP” menu (page 54). A loud noise may come out from the speakers,
affecting your ears or causing the speakers to be damaged.
Note
• You cannot select disc information items when the disc is stopped.
* “DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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Guide to the on-screen display
To playback the desired title/track or chapter
You can playback the desired title/track or chapter using
this menu.
Notes
• The display may not change as operated depending on the disc.
• The display window continue indicating the playing time even when the counter position
information on the on-screen display is being changed.
1 Press V/v during playback to select the desired item.
2 Press B/b to change the item.
3 Press ENTER to start playback.
DISPLAY or O RETURN to turn off the
4 Press
menu.
To adjust the playback picture (Custom AV Mode)
You can adjust the video signal of the DVD or VIDEO CD (with PBC function off)
from the player to obtain the picture quality you want. Choose the setting that best
suits the program you are watching.
Press V/v during playback to select the Custom AV
Mode icon.
1
The title/track or chapter icon will appear on the DVD playback screen followed by
the current title/track or chapter number and the counter position.
To playback from the desired title/track counter position
You can playback from the desired title/track counter
position using this menu.
2 Press B/b to change the setting.
Tip
• You can change the counter position information (playing time or remaining time) using
B/b (DVD and CD only).
Basic Operations
V/v during playback to select the counter
1 Press
position icon.
Enter the desired elapsed playing time of the current
2 title/track using the number buttons.
3 Press ENTER to start playback.
DISPLAY or O RETURN to turn off the
4 Press
menu.
DVD
Indication
Counter information
T ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Elapsed playing time of the current title
T– ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Remaining time of the current title
C ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Elapsed playing time of the current chapter
C– ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Remaining time of the current chapter
Setting
Video Setting
Audio Setting
Dynamic 1
Produces a bold dynamic picture
by increasing the picture contrast
and the color intensity.
Full (modulated) sound with
clear treble and bass.
Dynamic 2
Produces a more dynamic
picture than Dynamic 1 by
further increasing the picture
contrast and the color intensity.
Full (modulated) sound with
even clearer treble and bass than
Dynamic 1.
Standard
Off (Default setting)
Displays a standard picture.
Standard sound.
Cinema 2
Enhances details in dark areas by
increasing the black level.
Powerful sound with even
stronger bass than Cinema 1.
Cinema 1
White colors become brighter
and black colors become richer,
and the color contrast is
increased.
Powerful sound with strong bass.
Tip
• When you watch a movie, “Cinema 1” or “Cinema 2” is recommended.
CD
Indication
Counter information
T ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Elapsed playing time of the current track
T– ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Remaining time of the current track
D ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Elapsed playing time of the disc
D– ∗ : ∗∗ : ∗∗
Remaining time of the disc
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Additional operations
Playing a tape
Before you start ...
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Z
?/1
SELECT VIDEO
TRACKING +/–
CLEAR
/
m/M y
To
Press
Stop play
x STOP
Pause play
X PAUSE
If you pause the VCR for more than 5 minutes, the VCR will
automatically resume play.
Resume play after pause
X PAUSE or H PLAY
Fast-forward the tape
M during stop
Rewind the tape
m during stop
Eject the tape
Z
View the picture during fast-forward
or rewind
During fast-forward, hold down M. During rewind, hold down
m.
Play at high speed
• During playback, briefly press M or m. The tape
continues to play at 5 times normal speed.
• During playback, hold down M or m. The tape continues
to play at 5 times normal speed. When you release the button,
normal playback resumes.
Play in slow motion
During pause, press y.
Play frame by frame
During pause, press
Replay the previous scene in
continuous play mode* (Instant
Replay)
During playback, press
Fast forward the current scene for 30
seconds in continuous play mode
(Instant Skip)
During playback, press
SKIP.
You can press
SKIP up to 4 times. This allows you to fast
forward up to 2 minutes in total.
Play at various speeds
(Shuttle play)
During playback, press .or >. You can change the
playback speed as follows.
–×7 y –×5 y –×3 y STILL y SLOW y PLAY y ×2
y ×3 y ×5 y ×7
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DISPLAY
1
2
3
Basic Operations
X PAUSE
x STOP
H PLAY
Press SELECT VIDEO to control the VCR player.
Insert a tape.
SKIP.
REPLAY.
* For 10 seconds in SP or LP mode/for 15 seconds in EP mode
The VCR starts playing automatically if
you insert a tape with its safety tab
removed.
To resume normal playback
Press H PLAY.
Press H PLAY.
To turn off the power while rewinding (Rewind Shut Off)
Press ?/1 while the tape is rewinding. The power will turn off but the tape will keep
rewinding until it reaches the end.
The display window shows the
playback time.
When the tape reaches the end,
it will rewind automatically.
Hour Minute Second
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Playing a tape
To use the time counter
Press CLEAR at the point on the tape that you want to find later. The counter in the
display window resets to “0:00:00.” To search for the counter 0:00:00 point
automatically, see “Searching using various functions” on page 92.
Adjusting the picture (tracking)
Although the VCR automatically adjusts the tracking when
playing a tape, distortion may occur if the recording is in poor
condition. In this case, manually adjust the tracking.
Press TRACKING +/– to display the tracking meter. The
distortion should disappear as you press one of the two tracking
buttons.
To resume automatic tracking adjustment, eject the tape and
reinsert it.
To display the counter on the TV screen, press DISPLAY during normal playback.
Tip
• Adjust the picture using the TRACKING +/– buttons if:
– Streaks appear while playing in slow motion.
– Bands appear at the top or bottom while pausing.
– The picture shakes during pause.
Tracking meter
Note
• The auto tracking adjustment cannot be guaranteed to work with tapes recorded in the LP
mode on other VCRs.
Basic Operations
Notes
• Tapes recorded in LP mode on other VCRs can be played back on this VCR but the picture
quality cannot be guaranteed.
• The counter resets to “0:00:00” whenever a tape is reinserted.
• The counter stops counting when it comes to a portion with no recording.
• When 10 hours have passed, the counter in the display window returns to “0:00:00” and the
count starts over again.
• No sound is output during playback at various speeds.
• The picture may show noise when playing at high speed in reverse.
• While playing a tape, you can display the setup menu, but the remote commander’s function
switches to DVD automatically. Press O RETURN repeatedly to exit the menu.
• When playback does not start even if you insert a tape with its safety tab removed, set “Auto
Play” to “On” in the “VIDEO FUNCTION SETUP” menu (page 94).
• Stop disc playback while playing back a video.
• The VCR can also play S-VHS tapes recorded by S-VHS mode. The VCR will automatically
identify the type of tape inserted in the VCR (either VHS or S-VHS). When S-VHS tapes are
played in the VCR, the enhanced resolution will not be visible on screen; there may also be
picture distortion while playing the S-VHS tape in slow motion or while utilizing other
special playback modes. The VCR will not record in S-VHS mode on an S-VHS tape.
• The playback of S-VHS tapes recorded in EP/LP mode cannot be guaranteed.
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Recording TV programs
Before you start ...
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• Make sure the tape is longer than the total
recording time.
Playing a tape
4
Press SP/EP to select the tape speed, SP or EP.
5
Press z REC to start recording.
EP (Extended Play) provides recording time three times as long as SP
(Standard Play). However, SP produces better picture and audio quality.
Z
TV / DVD·VIDEO
switch
SELECT VIDEO
CH +/–
“REC” appears in the display
window.
TV/VIDEO
INPUT SELECT
To stop recording
Press x STOP.
z REC
To check the remaining tape length
Press DISPLAY to display the time counter. With the display on, press DISPLAY
again to check the remaining time. The white bar indicates the current location in
relation to the entire tape length. The remaining time also appears. Press DISPLAY to
turn off the indicators.
SP/EP
Basic Operations
x STOP
H PLAY
DISPLAY
1
Press SELECT VIDEO to control the VCR.
Time counter
2
Remaining tape length
To check the remaining tape length of a tape, set “Tape Length” in the “VIDEO
FUNCTION SETUP” menu correctly (page 94).
Insert a tape with its safety tab in place.
Maximum Recording Time
3
Press CH +/– to select the channel or line input video source you want to
record.
Tape Length
SP
EP
T-120
2 hrs
6 hrs
T-160
2 hrs 40 mins
8 hrs
T-180
3 hrs
9 hrs
You can select a video source from the LINE IN 1 or LINE-2 IN jacks using
the INPUT SELECT button. “L1” or “L2” appears in the display window.
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Recording TV programs
To watch another TV program while recording
Recording TV programs using the timer
1 Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
2 Press TV/VIDEO to display “TV” in the display window.
You can preset up to eight programs at a
time.
3
4
Before you start…
• Check that the DVD-VCR clock is set to
the correct time.
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box, turn it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• Insert a tape with its safety tab in place.
Make sure the tape is longer than the total
recording time.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
If your TV is connected to the VCR using A/V connections, set the TV to the
TV’s antenna input; if not, skip this step.
Select another channel on the TV.
To watch a DVD while recording
1
2 Press Z and place the disc on the disc tray.
H PLAY.
3 Press
The disc tray closes and the DVD player starts playback. The TV screen will
Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
To save a recording
To prevent accidental erasure, break
off the safety tab as illustrated. To
record on the tape again, cover the tab
hole with adhesive tape.
Basic Operations
automatically change to the DVD playback screen.
Z
TV / DVD·VIDEO
switch
SELECT VIDEO
CLEAR
TV/VIDEO
TIMER
INPUT SELECT
x STOP
H PLAY
V/v/B/b
ENTER
O RETURN
Safety tab
Tips
• To select a channel, you can use the number buttons on the remote commander. Enter the
channel number, then press ENTER.
• The display appears on the TV screen indicating information about the tape, but the
information will not be recorded on the tape.
• If you do not want to watch TV while recording, you can turn off the TV. When using a cable
box, make sure to leave it on.
1
Press SELECT VIDEO to control the VCR.
2
Press TIMER.
The timer programming menu appears.
Notes
• The remaining tape length may not be indicated accurately for short tapes such as T-20 or
T-30, or tapes recorded in LP mode.
• It may take up to one minute for the VCR to calculate and display the remaining tape length
after you press DISPLAY.
• You cannot record a DVD directly to a VCR tape using your DVD-VCR.
• To watch a TV program during video recording, stop disc playback.
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To use the Auto Tape Speed function
When you are recording a program in the Auto mode and the remaining tape becomes
shorter than the recording time, the tape speed is automatically changed to EP mode.
Note that some noise will appear on the picture when the tape speed is changed. If
you want to keep the tape speed, select SP. To operate this function, set “Tape
Length” in “VIDEO FUNCTION SETUP” menu correctly (page 94).
Set the channel number, start and stop times,
date, and tape speed:
1 Press b to select each item in turn.
2 Press V/v to set each item.
To correct a setting, press B to return to that
setting and reset.
To watch another TV program after setting the timer
• To record from a source connected to the
LINE IN 1 or LINE-2 IN jacks, press INPUT SELECT or V/v to display
“L1” or “L2” in the “CH” position.
• To record the same program every day or the same day every week, press
v while the date is flashing. For details, see “Daily/weekly recording” on
page 49.
• To use the Auto Tape Speed function, press v to display “Auto” in the
“SPEED” position. For details, see “To use the Auto Tape Speed
function” on page 50.
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Recording TV programs using the timer
1 Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
2 Press TV/VIDEO to display “TV” in the display window.
your TV is connected to the VCR using A/V connections, set the TV to the
3 IfTV’s
antenna input; if not, skip this step.
Select another channel on the TV.
4
Press b to confirm the setting.
To enter another setting, press V/v to select the next row and repeat step 3.
Basic Operations
Press CLEAR to cancel the setting.
5
Press O RETURN to exit the menu.
6
The
indicator appears in the display window and the VCR stands by for
recording. Timer recording will operate properly regardless if the DVDVCR power is on or off.
To watch a DVD after setting the timer
1 Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2 Press Z and place the disc on the disc tray.
H PLAY.
3 Press
The disc tray closes and the DVD player starts playback. The TV screen will
automatically change to the DVD playback screen.
Tips
• If the indicator appears, the timer settings overlap. To check, change or cancel the timer
setting, see “Checking/changing/canceling timer settings” on page 51.
• If the
indicator appears, this means that the VCR is currently recording this program.
• You can also do the following tasks while the VCR is recording:
– Reset the counter (page 43).
– Display tape information on the TV screen (page 46).
• You can also display the timer programming menu by first pressing SET UP, then V/v to
select
(PROGRAM) and pressing ENTER in step 2.
To record from a decoder or other source, leave the connected equipment
switched on.
To stop recording
To stop the DVD-VCR while recording, press SELECT VIDEO and then press
x STOP.
Daily/weekly recording
In step 3, press v to select the recording pattern. Each time you press v, the
indication changes as shown below. Press V to change the indication in reverse order.
Note
• The
indicator flashes in the display window when you complete the timer setting with no
tape inserted.
the current date t Daily t Mo~Sa t Mo~Fr tSun’s t Mon’s t ..... t Sat’s
t 1 month later t (dates count down) t the current date
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Recording TV programs using the timer
Before you start…
• Check that the DVD-VCR clock is set to
the correct time.
• Turn on the DVD-VCR and your TV.
When using a cable box or a decoder, turn
it on.
• Set the TV to video input so that the signal
from the player appears on the TV screen.
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• Insert a tape with its safety tab in place.
Make sure the tape is longer than the total
recording time.
• If the DVD player is in play mode, you
cannot display the setup menu. Stop the
DVD playback.
Press V/v to select setting you want to change
or cancel.
3
Checking/changing/canceling timer
settings
• To change the setting, press B/b to select
the item you want to change, and press V/v
to change it.
• To cancel the setting, press CLEAR.
SELECT VIDEO
Press O RETURN to confirm the setting.
4
Press O RETURN again to exit the menu.
When the timer settings overlap
The program that starts first has priority and the second program starts recording only
after the first program has finished. If the programs start at the same time, the
program listed first in the menu has priority.
CLEAR
TIMER
Program 1
O RETURN
1
Press SELECT VIDEO to control the VCR.
2
Press TIMER.
Basic Operations
V/v/B/b
ENTER
about 20 seconds
Program 2
will be cut off
Program 1
Program 2
about 20 seconds will be cut off
Tips
• If the indicator appears, the timer settings overlap.
• You can also display the timer programming menu by first pressing SET UP, then V/v to
select
(PROGRAM) and pressing ENTER in step 2.
The timer programming menu appears.
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DVD Settings and Adjustments
Locking the DVD-VCR (Child Lock)
Audio Setup
After you have set the timer, you can lock all
of the buttons on the DVD-VCR so that the
settings are not canceled by mistake.
“Audio Setup” allows you to set the sound
according to the playback and connection
conditions.
?/1 POWER
SET UP
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
To lock the DVD-VCR
When the DVD-VCR is turned on, hold down ?/1 POWER on the unit until “LOCK”
appears in the display window. The DVD-VCR turns off and the
indicator remains
lit if there is a timer setting. The DVD-VCR will not work except for timer
recordings.
To stop timer recording while the DVD-VCR is locked, press x. The recording stops
and the DVD-VCR is unlocked.
Note
• The DVD-VCR will be unlocked when:
– You stop timer recording by pressing x.
– You insert a tape.
– The AC power cord is disconnected or power supply stops.
Locking the DVD-VCR (Child Lock)
Basic Operations
To unlock the DVD-VCR
Hold down ?/1 POWER on the unit until “LOCK” disappears from the display
window. The DVD-VCR is unlocked and turns on.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
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1
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode, then press V/v to select
(DVD),
then press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Audio Setup,” then press
ENTER.
3
Press V/v to select the setup item from the displayed list:
“Dolby Digital,” “DTS” or “Audio DRC.”
Audio Setup
Press B/b to select an item.
4
5
Screen Setup
“Screen Setup” allows you to set the screen
according to the playback and connection
conditions.
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
SET UP
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Menu choices
• Dolby Digital
Selects the type of Dolby Digital signal.
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
D-PCM
Select this when the player is connected to an audio component
lacking a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
Dolby Digital
Select this when the player is connected to an audio component
with a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
O RETURN
• DTS
Selects whether or not to output DTS signals.
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
Select this when the player is connected to an audio component
lacking a built-in DTS decoder.
On
Select this when the player is connected to an audio component
with a built-in DTS decoder.
• Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control)
Makes the sound clear when the volume is turned down when playing a DVD that
conforms to “Audio DRC.” This affects the output from the following jacks:
– LINE OUT AUDIO L/R jacks
– DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack only when “Dolby Digital” is set to
“D-PCM”.
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
Standard
Normally select this positon.
Wide Range
Gives you the feeling of being at alive performance.
DVD Settings and Adjustments
Off
Notes
• If you connect a component that does not conform to the selected audio signal, a loud noise
(or no sound) will come out from the speakers, affecting your ears or causing the speakers to
be damaged.
• Noise may occur in the LinearPCM double-speed audio. This is not a malfunction.
Audio Setup
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode, then press V/v to select
(DVD),
then press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Screen Setup,” then press
ENTER.
3
Press V/v to select the setup item from the displayed list:
“TV Type,” or “Black Level.”
To set the “Progressive” setting, see page 58.
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Press B/b to select an item.
4
1
Screen Setup
To set the “Progressive” setting
If your TV accepts progressive (480p) format signals, you will enjoy accurate color
reproduction and high quality image.
5
step 1 and 2 on page 56, then press V/v to select
1 Follow
“Progressive.”
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Menu choices
• TV Type
Selects the aspect ratio of the connected TV (4:3 standard or wide).
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
2 Press B/b to select “On,” then press ENTER.
4:3 Letter Box
Select this when you connect a 4:3 screen TV. Displays a wide
picture with bands on the upper and lower portions of the screen.
4:3 Pan Scan
Select this when you connect a 4:3 screen TV. Automatically
displays the wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the
portions that do not fit.
16:9
Select this when you connect a wide-screen TV or a TV with a wide
mode function.
4:3 Pan Scan
16:9
• Black Level
You can enhance the black level by increasing the brightness and contrast when
viewing DVD VIDEOs with the PROGRESSIVE indicator turned off.
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
Off
Stops the increase of the contrast.
On
Increases the contrast.
1 Ensure your TV is (480p) Progressive Scan capable.
2 Connect with Component Video Output jacks (red/green/
blue connections).
For details, see the connection B on page 30.
DVD Settings and Adjustments
4:3 Letter Box
3 Follow the instructions appearing on the screen.
3 Press B/b to select [OK] to test your video signal.
video signal appears OK, video connection is complete.
4 IfPress
ENTER.
The PROGRESSIVE indicator on the unit lights up in orange.
Notes
• Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over the “DVD SETUP” menu settings and
not all the functions described may work.
• Depending on the DVD VIDEO, “4:3 Letter Box” may be selected automatically instead of
“4:3 Pan Scan” or vice versa.
PROGRESSIVE indicator
If picture is distorted, press O RETURN. Check the connection (page 30).
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Screen Setup
5 Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Setting the display or sound track
language
You can set various languages for the disc’s
menu, sound track or subtitle.
To cancel the “Progressive” setting
Select “Off” in step 2.
You can also cancel by pressing SELECT DVD and then press X on the unit
continuously for 5 seconds or more.
SET UP
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Note
• If you select progressive signal when you connect the DVD player to a TV that cannot accept
the signal in progressive format, the image quality will deteriorate. In this case, set
“Progressive” to “Off”.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
DVD Settings and Adjustments
1
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode, then press V/v to select
(DVD) and
press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Language Setup,” then
press ENTER.
The “LANGUAGE SET UP” menu appears.
3
Screen Setup
4
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Press V/v to select the desired language, then press ENTER.
Press V/v to select the language setup item from the displayed list:
“DVD Menu,” “Audio,” or “Subtitle.”
Then press ENTER.
Setting the display or sound track language
Parental Control (limiting playback by children)
• DVD MENU LANGUAGE
You can select the desired language for the
disc’s menu.
Playback of some DVD VIDEOs can be
limited according to a predetermined level
such as the age of the users. The “Parental
Control” function allows you to set a
playback limitation level.
• AUDIO LANGUAGE
Switches the language of the sound track.
When you select “Original,” the language
given priority in the disc is selected.
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Switches the language of the subtitle
recorded on the DVD VIDEO.
When you select “Audio Follow,” the
language for the subtitle changes according
to the language you selected for the sound
track.
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Tip
• If you select “Others” in step 4, an additional language menu
appears. Press V/v/B/b to select the desired language, then
press ENTER.
Notes
• When you select a language that is not recorded on the DVD VIDEO in step 4, one of the
recorded languages will be automatically selected.
• Playback settings stored in the disc take priority over the DVD SETUP settings and not all the
functions described may work.
Setting the display or sound track language
SET UP
H PLAY
DVD Settings and Adjustments
5
Number buttons
V/v/B/b
ENTER
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1
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode, then press V/v to select
(DVD) and
press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select “Parental Setup,” then
press ENTER.
Parental Control (limiting playback by children)
3
Press b to set the parental control.
To change the password
• If you have not entered a password
The display for registering a new password
appears.
Enter a 4-digit password using the number
buttons.
“Change Password” in step 4 on page 63.
1 Select
The display for entering a new password appears.
Enter a new 4-digit password using the number buttons.
2 The display for confirming the password appears.
3 Re-enter the new password.
The display for confirming the password
appears.
Re-enter the password.
To turn off the Parental Control function
Set “Use Password” to “No” in step 3 on page 63.
To play a disc for which Parental Control is set
the disc, then press H PLAY.
1 Insert
The display for entering your password appears.
Enter your 4-digit password using the number buttons.
2 The player starts playback.
• When you have already registered a
password
The display for entering the password appears.
Enter a 4-digit password using the number
buttons.
After registering a password, if you set “Use
Password” to “No,” “PASSWORD CHECK”
If you forget your password
1 Turn on the DVD-VCR.
2 Remove the disc and close the disc tray.
down m and M on the front panel simultaneously for 5 seconds.
3 Hold
“Reset OK” appears on the screen.
Turn off the DVD-VCR.
4 The password is cleared.
5 To create a new password, follow step 3 on page 63.
screen will not appear.
5
DVD Settings and Adjustments
4
Press V/v to select “Rating Level,” then press
ENTER.
Notes
• When you play DVD VIDEOs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback
cannot be limited on this player.
• All the ratings higher than the level you select will be blocked.
• Write your password down and keep it in a safe place in case you forget it.
• When you clear the password, “Language” in the “OPTION SETUP” menu and all items in
the “DVD SETUP” menu are returned to the default setting.
Press V/v to select the level you want, then
press ENTER.
The options are as follows.
Level 8 Adult y Level 7 y Level 6 y
Level 5 y Level 4 y Level 3 y Level 2
y Level 1 Kids Safe
The lower the value, the stricter the limitation.
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Press SET UP to exit the menu.
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DVD Additional Operations
Using the DVD’s menu
Zooming into a scene
A DVD is divided into long sections of a
picture or a music feature called “titles.”
When you play a DVD VIDEO which
contains several titles, you can select the title
you want using the TOP MENU button.
You can zoom into a scene during playback
or still mode.
To zoom into a JPEG image, see “Playing
JPEG image files” on page 84.
When you play DVD VIDEOs that allow you
to select items such as the language for the
subtitles and the language for the sound,
select these items using the MENU button.
ZOOM
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Number buttons
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
V/v/B/b
ENTER
TOP MENU
1
Press TOP MENU or MENU.
The disc’s menu appears on the TV screen.
The contents of the menu vary from disc to disc.
2
Press V/v/B/b to select the item you want to play or change, then press
ENTER.
DVD Additional Operations
MENU
You can also use the number buttons to select the item.
1
Press ZOOM.
2
Press V/v/B/b to move “
3
Press ENTER repeatedly to change the magnification.
“
” appears.
” to the position where you want to zoom in.
Each time you press the button, the magnification changes as shown below.
2× t 4× t 2× t normal magnification
Notes
• You cannot use 4× magnification when you play VIDEO CDs.
• The zoom function may not work depending on the DVD.
Note
• Depending on the DVD VIDEO, you may not be able to use the TOP MENU button or search
a point by setting the time.
Using the DVD’s menu
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Zooming into a scene
Changing the angles
Displaying the subtitle
If various angles (multi-angles) for a scene
are recorded on the DVD VIDEO, “ ”
appears in the display window. This means
that you can change the viewing angle.
If subtitles are recorded on the disc, you can
change the subtitles or turn them on and off
whenever you want while playing a DVD.
ANGLE
SELECT DVD
B/b
SUBTITLE
V/v/B/b
DVD Additional Operations
1
Press ANGLE during playback.
The angle number appears on the display.
The number after the slash indicates the total
number of angles.
2
Press B/b repeatedly to select the angle number.
The scene changes to the selected angle.
Note
• Depending on the DVD VIDEO, you may not be able to change the angles even if multiangles are recorded on the DVD VIDEO.
1
Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2
Press SUBTITLE during playback.
3
Press B/b repeatedly to select the language.
Depending on the DVD, the choice of language varies.
Refer to “DVD Audio/Subtitle Language” on page 113 for the abbreviation
of the language.
Changing the angles
4
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Press V/v repeatedly to select “On.”
Displaying the subtitle
Various play mode functions (Program play,
Shuffle play, Repeat play)
To turn off the subtitles
Select “Off” in step 4.
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Note
• Depending on the DVD, you may not be able to change the subtitles even if multilingual
subtitles are recorded on it. You also may not be able to turn them off.
SELECT DVD
Notes
• The play mode is canceled when:
– you open the disc tray
– the player enters standby mode by pressing
[/1.
CLEAR
REPEAT
H PLAY
DVD Additional Operations
V/v/B/b
ENTER
Creating your own program (Program play)
You can play the contents of a disc in the order you want by arranging the order of the tracks on
the disc to create your own program. You can program up to 20 tracks.
To program MP3 audio tracks, see page 80.
1 Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2 Press REPEAT when the DVD player is in stop mode.
Displaying the subtitle
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Various play mode functions (Program play, Shuffle play, Repeat play)
3 Press B/b to select “PROGRAM”, then press ENTER.
Playing in random order (Shuffle play)
You can shuffle the playback order of tracks. Subsequent “shuffling” may produce a different
playing order.
To shuffle MP3 audio tracks, see page 81.
V/v/B/b to select the track number you want to
4 Press
program, then press ENTER.
1 Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2 Press REPEAT when the DVD player is in stop mode.
program other tracks, repeat step 4.
5 To
The programmed track numbers are displayed in the selected order.
3 Press B/b to select “SHUFFLE”, then press ENTER.
H PLAY to start program play.
6 Press
Program play starts.
When the program ends, you can restart the same program again by pressing H PLAY.
To stop program play
Press CLEAR until “Off” appears at the upper left top of the TV screen during
programme play.
To return to normal play
Press CLEAR until “Off” appears at the upper left top of the TV screen during shuffle
play.
To change or cancel a program
3
the last programmed number by pressing CLEAR.
Follow step 4 for new programming.
To cancel all the programmed numbers
1 Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Creating your own program (Program play).”
v repeatedly to select “Clear last track,” then press b to select “Clear all
2 Press
tracks” and press ENTER.
DVD Additional Operations
1 Follow steps 1 to 3 of “Creating your own program (Program play).”
v repeatedly to select “Clear last track,” then press ENTER. Each time you
2 Press
press the button, the last programmed number is canceled. You can also cancel
Tip
• Shuffle play will stop when all the tracks are played back.
Note
• You cannot repeat play while in shuffle play.
All the programmed numbers are canceled.
Notes
• Up to 99 tracks can be displayed.
• You cannot repeat play while in program play.
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Playing repeatedly (Repeat play)
Various play mode functions (Program play, Shuffle play, Repeat play)
Changing the sound
You can play all of the titles or tracks on a disc or a single title, chapter, or track repeatedly.
1 Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2 Press REPEAT during playback.
When playing a DVD recorded in multiple
audio formats (PCM, Dolby Digital, or
DTS), you can change the audio format. If
the DVD is recorded with multilingual
tracks, you can also select the language.
Press REPEAT or B/b repeatedly to select the item to be repeated.
3 When
playing a DVD
With CDs or VIDEO CDs, you can select the
sound from the right or left channel and listen
to the sound of the selected channel through
both the right and left speakers. For example,
when playing a Karaoke VIDEO CD
containing a song with the vocals on the right
channel and the instruments on the left
channel, you can hear the instruments from
both speakers by selecting the left channel.
• Chapter: repeats the current chapter.
• Title: repeats the current title on a disc.
When playing a VIDEO CD (with PBC function off) or CD
• Track: repeats the current track.
• Disc: repeats all of the tracks.
When playing a DATA CD/DATA DVD (MP3 audio)
• FILE: repeats the current track (file).
• DIR: repeats the current album (directory).
• DISC: repeats the current disc.
Tip
• When you press x STOP during repeat play, repeat play is canceled.
Notes
• You cannot repeat play with DVD-RW in VR mode.
• You cannot repeat play VIDEO CDs with PBC function on. See “Playing VIDEO CDs with
“PBC ON/OFF” Functions” on page 88.
• You cannot repeat play while in program play or shuffle play.
DVD Additional Operations
To return to normal play
Select “Off” in step 3 or press CLEAR during repeat play.
Disc type
Playback
instruments only
Karaoke VIDEO CD
Yes
Karaoke DVD
No
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B/b
1
Press AUDIO during playback.
2
Press B/b repeatedly to select the desired language/audio setting.
• When playing a DVD
Depending on the DVD, the choice of language varies.
Refer to “DVD Audio/Subtitle Language” on page 113 for the
abbreviation of the language.
• When playing a VIDEO CD or CD
The default setting is indicated in bold print.
Stereo
Various play mode functions (Program play, Shuffle play, Repeat play)
AUDIO
Changing the sound
The standard stereo sound
Left
The sound of the left channel (monaural)
Right
The sound of the right channel (monaural)
Notes
• To enjoy Dolby Digital or DTS effect from a LinearPCM format disc, you have to make the
connection using DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) (page 32).
• When you play a DVD with DTS sound tracks, set “DTS” to “On” in “AUDIO SETUP”
menu (page 54).
• If you set DTS audio output, you cannot select surround setting (page 76).
• You cannot perform playback quickly or slowly with sound when DTS audio output is set
(page 37).
Virtual surround setting
When you connect a stereo TV or 2 front
speakers, SURROUND lets you enjoy surround
sound effects by using sound imaging to create
virtual rear speakers from the sound of the front
speakers without using actual rear speakers.
SURROUND
B/b
DVD Additional Operations
1
Press SURROUND during playback.
2
Press B/b repeatedly to select “Surround1,” “Surround2,” “Surround3.”
Surround effect increases as shown below.
Surround1
Surround2
Surround3
TV
TV
TV
: Virtual speaker
Changing the sound
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To cancel the setting
Select “Off” in step 2.
Virtual surround setting
Playing an MP3 audio track
Notes
• When the playing signal does not contain a signal for the rear speakers, the surround effects
will be difficult to hear.
• When you activate the surround effect, turn off the surround setting of the connected TV or
amplifier (receiver).
• Make sure that your listening position is between and at an equal distance from your
speakers, and that the speakers are located in similar surroundings.
• If you use the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack and set “Dolby Digital” to “Dolby
Digital” or “DTS” to “On” in “AUDIO SETUP” menu (page 54), sound will come from your
speakers but it will not have the surround effect.
• You cannot perform playback quickly or slowly with sound when a virtual surround effect is
set (page 37).
You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/
CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs (DVDROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/
DVD-Rs) recorded in MP3 (MPEG1 Audio
Layer 3) format.
Z
SELECT DVD
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
REPEAT
H PLAY
x STOP
V/v/B/b
ENTER
DVD Additional Operations
O RETURN
TOP MENU
1
Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2
Press Z and place a DATA CD or DATA DVD
on the disc tray, then press Z to close the tray.
When you load a DATA CD or DATA DVD
which contains MP3 audio tracks and JPEG
image files, “Select a Media Type” menu
appears.
If you load a DATA CD or DATA DVD which
contains only MP3 audio files, the MP3 display appears. Then you can skip
step 3.
Virtual surround setting
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3
Press V/v to select “MP3”, then press
ENTER.
The first track starts playing. Press x STOP if
necessary.
To turn off the display
Press x STOP twice, then press O RETURN repeatedly.
Repeat mode
Elapsed playing time
Notes
• Only the letters in the alphabet and numbers can be used for album or track names. Anything
else is displayed as an asterisk.
• Up to 12 alphanumeric characters can be displayed for album or track names.
• ID3 tags cannot be displayed.
• You cannot repeat play while in program play or shuffle play.
To program MP3 audio tracks
4
Press O RETURN, then press V/v to select
the desired directory in the left column, then
press ENTER.
5
Press V/v to select the desired track in the
right column, then press ENTER.
1 Press x STOP twice, then press REPEAT.
2 Press B/b to select “PROGRAM,” then press ENTER.
The selected track starts playing.
V/v to select the desired directory in the left column,
3 Press
then press ENTER.
DVD Additional Operations
When a track or album is being played, the title
is shown in a box. The playing track number
appears on the display window.
To stop play
Press x STOP.
To repeat play
Press REPEAT repeatedly during playback to change the repeat mode.
• FILE: repeats the current track (file).
• DIR: repeats the current album (directory).
• DISC: repeats the current disc.
V/v to select the track you want to program, then press
4 Press
ENTER.
For details, see “Playing repeatedly (Repeat play)” (page 73).
To go to the next or previous page
Press b or B.
program other tracks, repeat step 4.
5 To
The programmed tracks are displayed in the selected order. Press CLEAR to cancel the last
To return to the previous display
Press O RETURN.
H PLAY to start program play.
6 Press
Program play starts. When the program ends, you can restart the same program again by
programmed track.
pressing H PLAY.
To return to the “Select a Media Type” menu
Press x STOP twice, then press TOP MENU.
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To stop program play
Press x STOP during program play.
Playing an MP3 audio track
Notes
• If you put the extension “.MP3” to data not in MP3 format, the player cannot recognize the
data properly and will generate a loud noise which could damage your speaker system.
• The player cannot play audio tracks in MP3PRO format.
• The player may not be able to play some DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in the Packet
Write format.
• If both video data and MP3 audio tracks exist on a DATA DVD, the player recognizes only
the video data.
• This player supports MP3 audio tracks recorded with a bit rate of 128 kbps and a sampling
frequency of 44.1 kHz. Attempting to play MP3 audio tracks recorded with different
specifications may result in loud noise, sound skipping or speaker damage.
• Depending on the disc contents, playback may take some time to start.
To return to normal play
Press CLEAR during program play.
Notes
• Up to 20 tracks can be programmed at one time.
• You cannot repeat play while in program play.
To shuffle MP3 audio tracks
The Playback order of MP3 audio tracks
The playback order of albums and tracks recorded on a DATA CD or DATA DVD is
as follows.
1 Press REPEAT when the MP3 is in stop mode.
2 Press B/b to select “SHUFFLE,” then press ENTER.
• Structure of disc contents
Tree 1
Tree 2
Tree 3
Tree 4
Tree 5
To return to normal play
Press CLEAR during shuffle play.
Tip
• Shuffle play will stop when all the tracks are played back.
About MP3 audio tracks
You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs
(DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs) recorded in MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio
Layer III) format. However, the discs must be recorded according to ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2
or Joliet format and DATA DVDs of Universal Disk Format (UDF) for the player to recognize
the tracks (or files). You can also play DATA CDs or DATA DVDs recorded in Multi Session or
Multi Border (see “Note on Multi Session/Border discs” on page 81).
Refer to the instructions supplied with the CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW drives and the
recording software (not supplied) for details on the recording format.
DVD Additional Operations
Note
• You cannot repeat play while in shuffle play.
album
track
When you insert a DATA CD or DATA DVD and press H PLAY, the numbered
tracks are played sequentially, from 1 through 7. Any sub-albums/tracks contained
within a currently selected album does not take priority over the next album in the
same tree. (Example: E contains G but 6 is played before 7.)
Note on Multi Session/Border discs
If MP3 audio tracks are recorded in the first session/border, the player will also play
MP3 audio tracks in other session/border. If audio tracks and images in Music CD
format or Video CD format are recorded in the first session/border, only the first
session/border will be played back.
When you press O RETURN and the list of MP3 albums appears (page 79), the
albums are arranged in the following order: A t B t D t E t F t G.
Albums that do not contain tracks (such as album C) do not appear in the list.
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Tips
• If you add numbers (01, 02, 03, etc.) to the front of the track file names, the tracks will be
played in that order.
• A disc with many trees takes longer to start playback. Some discs with many trees cannot be
played back.
Playing JPEG image files
You can play JPEG image files on DATA CDs
(CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs
(DVD-ROMs/DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVDRWs/DVD-Rs).
Notes
• Depending on the software you use to create the DATA CD or DATA DVD, the playback
order may differ from the illustration above.
• The playback order above may not be applicable if there are more than a total of 1000 albums
and tracks in the DATA CD or DATA DVD.
• A total of up to 999 files can be recognized for discs that contain both MP3 and JPEG files.
Files are recognized in the order that they were recorded. For example, if 990 JPEG files are
recorded then 100 MP3 files are recorded, the 990 JPEG files recorded first and only the first
9 MP3 files can be recognized.
• Depending on the disc contents, playback may take some time to start.
Z
SELECT DVD
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
./ >
H PLAY
x STOP
V/v/B/b
ENTER
DVD Additional Operations
MENU
TOP MENU
DISPLAY
1
Press SELECT DVD to control the DVD player.
2
Press Z and place a DATA CD or DATA DVD
on the disc tray, then press Z to close the tray.
When you load a DATA CD or DATA DVD
which contains MP3 audio tracks and JPEG
image files, “Select a Media Type” menu
appears.
If you load a DATA CD or DATA DVD which
contains only JPEG image files, the “Album” display appears. Then you can
skip step 3.
Playing an MP3 audio track
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To zoom in an image
Press V/v to select “JPEG”, then press
ENTER.
V/v/B/b to select an image in the “Album”
1 Press
display, then press ENTER.
Press B/b to select “
”, then press ENTER.
2 “ ” appears.
V/v/B/b to move “
” to the position
3 Press
where you want to zoom in.
Press ENTER repeatedly to change the
4 magnification. Each time you press ENTER, the
The “Album” display will appears.
If you do not press ENTER after selecting a
media type, the selected media will be
automatically played.
4
Press ./> to select the next/previous album page, then press V/v/
B/b to select an image in the “Album” display.
magnification changes as shown below.
To display the selected image
1 Press ENTER.
The selected image number appears in the
display window.
2 To display the next/previous image, press
./>.
2× t normal magnification
Note
• You cannot use ZOOM on the remote in JPEG image files on DATA CD/DATA DVD.
To enjoy the Slide show
V/v/B/b to select an image in the “Album”
1 Press
display, then press ENTER.
2 Press B/b to select “ ”, then press ENTER.
: Fast
: Normal
: Slow
The “Interval” menu appears.
B/b to select the desired play speed, then press
3 Press
ENTER.
Slide show starts.
DVD Additional Operations
To play the Slide show
1 Press H PLAY.
You can also play the Slide show using the
menu on the selected image.
For details, see “To enjoy the Slide show”
on page 86.
2 Press B/b to select the desired playing
speed on the “Interval” menu, then press
ENTER.
Slide show starts from the selected image.
Playing JPEG image files
To rotate the selected image
V/v/B/b to select an image in the “Album”
1 Press
display, then press ENTER.
Press B/b to select “
”, then press ENTER.
2 Each time you press ENTER,
the image turns
clockwise by 90°.
To turn on/off the menu in the single image display
Press CLEAR to turn off the menu. Press B or b to turn on the menu.
To return to the “Album” display
Press MENU to return to the “Album” display. Press . repeatedly to return to the
first “Album” page.
To return to the “Select a Media Type” menu
Press x STOP twice, then press TOP MENU.
Notes
• Slide show can play in only one direction.
• You cannot rotate or zoom in the image during Slide show.
” in the rotated image display, the images in the “Album” display will not
• If you select “
be rotated. But if you start the slide show, the images will be rotated. Correct the rotation in
” menu.
the “
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About JPEG image files
Playing VIDEO CDs with “PBC ON/OFF”
Functions
You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or DATA DVDs (DVD-ROMs/
DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs/DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs) recorded in JPEG format. However, the discs must
be recorded according to ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2 or Joliet format and DATA DVDs of
Universal Disk Format (UDF) for the player to recognize the tracks (or files). You can also play
DATA CDs or DATA DVDs recorded in Multi Session or Multi Border (see “Note on Multi
Session/Border discs” on page 87).
Refer to the instructions supplied with the CD-R/CD-RW/DVD-R/DVD-RW drives and the
recording software (not supplied) for details on the recording format.
The PBC (Playback control) function allows
you to search and perform other operations
interactively. PBC playback follows a selection
menu displayed on your TV screen.
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
Notes
• If both video data and JPEG image files exist on a DATA DVD, the player recognizes only
the video data.
• A total of up to 999 files can be recognized for discs that contain both MP3 and JPEG files.
Files are recognized in the order that they were recorded. For example, if 990 JPEG files are
recorded then 100 MP3 files are recorded, the 990 JPEG files recorded first and only the first
9 MP3 files can be recognized.
Number buttons
Note on Multi Session/Border discs
If JPEG image files are recorded in the first session/border, the player will also play
JPEG image files in other session/border. If audio tracks and images in Music CD
format or Video CD format are recorded in the first session/border, only the first
session/border will be played back.
Notes
• This player can play JPEG image files with the extension “.JPEG” or “.JPG.”
• Some DATA CDs or DATA DVDs cannot be played on this system depending on file format.
• The player may not be able to play some DATA CDs/DATA DVDs created in the Packet
Write format.
• If you add the extension “.JPG” or “.JPEG” to data not in JPEG format, “Can not Display”
will appear.
• Depending on the disc or the size of image files, playback may take some time to start.
• Progressive and lossless compression JPEG image files are not supported.
• The image size that can be displayed is limited. You can display the following images;
width 32 - 7680 pixels by height 32 - 8192 pixels.
Playing JPEG image files
V/v
ENTER
DVD Additional Operations
Tip
• If you add numbers (01, 02, 03, etc.) to the front of the file names, the files will be played in
that order.
O RETURN
MENU
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Press MENU to select “PBC ON.”
2
Press V/v to select the item number you want.
You can also use the number buttons to select the item number and track.
The menu for your selection appears.
Playing VIDEO CDs with “PBC ON/OFF” Functions
VCR Additional Operations
3
Press ENTER.
4
Follow the instructions in the menu for interactive operations.
Refer to the instructions supplied with the disc, as the operating procedure
may differ depending on the VIDEO CD.
Quick Timer Recording
After you have started recording, you can
have the VCR stop recording automatically
after a specified duration.
z REC
x STOP
To return to the menu
Press O RETURN.
To play using “PBC OFF”
Press MENU to select “PBC OFF.”
When “PBC OFF” is selected, the DVD player starts continuous play. You cannot play still
pictures such as a menu.
To return to “PBC ON,” press MENU to select “PBC ON.”
Note
• Depending on the VIDEO CD, “Press ENTER” in step 3 may appear as “Press SELECT” in
the instructions supplied with the disc. In this case, press H PLAY.
1 While recording, press z REC.
DVD Additional Operations
z REC repeatedly to set the duration time.
2 Press
Each press advances the time as follows.
0:30
1:00
1:30
4:00
Normal recording
The tape counter decreases minute by minute to 0:00, then the VCR stops recording.
To extend the duration
Press z REC repeatedly to set a new duration time.
To cancel the duration
Press z REC repeatedly until the
normal recording mode.
indicator disappears and the VCR returns to
To stop while recording
Press x STOP.
Note
• You cannot display the current tape time in the display window when setting the recording
duration time.
Playing VIDEO CDs with “PBC ON/OFF” Functions
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Quick Timer Recording
Recording stereo and bilingual programs
Searching using various functions
The VCR automatically marks the tape with
an index signal at the point where each
recording begins.
You can easily find a specific point using
various search functions.
Recording stereo programs
SELECT VIDEO
When you receive a program broadcast in stereo, press AUDIO to display “Hi-Fi” on the TV
screen. You can also select “Left,” “Right,” or “Mono.” If there is noise in the stereo program,
select “Mono.” The sound will be recorded in monaural (on both hi-fi and normal audio tracks)
but with less noise.
Recording bilingual programs
SEARCH
Press AUDIO to display “SAP” on the TV screen. When a SAP (Second Audio Program) is
received, “SAP” appears on the TV screen. When “MAIN” is selected, the VCR records only
the main sound.
H PLAY
Selecting the sound during playback
During playback, press AUDIO to select the sound you want.
V/v/B/b
To listen to
On-screen display
Display window
Stereo
Hi-Fi
STEREO indicator
Left channel
Left
STEREO indicator
Right
STEREO indicator
Monaural sound on the normal audio track
Mono
No indicator
How sound is recorded on a video tape
The VCR records sound onto two separate tracks. Hi-fi audio is recorded onto the main track
along with the picture. Monaural sound is recorded onto the normal audio track along the edge
of the tape.
Monaural sound
Normal audio track
VCR Additional Operations
Right channel
1
Press SELECT VIDEO to control the VCR.
2
Insert an indexed tape into the VCR.
3
Press SEARCH.
Hi-fi audio track
(main track)
Stereo sound
(left/right channels)
Notes
• To play a tape in stereo, you must use the A/V connections.
• When you play a tape recorded in monaural, the sound is heard in monaural regardless of the
AUDIO setting.
Recording stereo and bilingual programs
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• Scan and Play (To search using the index
function):
1 Press b to scan ahead, or B to scan
backwards.
The VCR searches and then plays back for
about five seconds.
Searching using various functions
Changing menu options
You can change the tape length, auto play
and auto repeat settings. Normally the default
settings are used. Change these settings if
necessary.
2 Press H PLAY to view the program.
If you do not press H PLAY, the VCR
automatically searches for the next index
mark, or until it reaches the end of the tape.
SET UP
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
• Go to [0:00:00] (To search for the counter
0:00:00 point):
Press V.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
The VCR starts searching and automatically
stops at the 0:00:00 point.
To mark a point on the tape that you want to
find later, press CLEAR to reset the tape
counter to “0:00:00.”
• End search (To search for a blank portion of
the tape)
Press v.
The VCR starts searching and automatically
stops at the beginning of a blank space. If no
blank space is found, the VCR reaches the end.
Searching using various functions
VCR Additional Operations
Note
• Once in recording mode, if the VCR is put in pause and then released to start the recording,
no index mark will be inserted. An index mark will be inserted if the channel is changed
while VCR is put in pause.
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1
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode.
2
Press V/v to select
ENTER.
3
Press V/v to select the option to change.
Changing menu options
(VIDEO) and press
4
Press B/b to change the setting.
5
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
Editing with another VCR
How to connect to record on this VCR
TV
This VCR (Recorder)
Menu choices
The default settings are indicated in bold print.
LINE-2 IN
Menu option
Set this option to
Tape Length
• T-120 when using a T-120 or shorter length tape.
• T-160 when using a T-160 length tape.
• T-180 when using a T-180 or longer length tape.
Auto Play
• On to start playback automatically, when you insert a tape with
its safety tab removed.
• Off to turn off Auto play. You need to press H PLAY to start
playback, even if you insert a tape with its safety tab removed.
Auto Repeat
Other VCR (Player)
LINE OUT
• On to play back a tape repeatedly. The VCR rewinds a tape to
the beginning and restarts playback automatically.
• Off to turn off Auto repeat.
Audio/video cord
(not supplied)
Notes
• Make sure you connect the plugs to jacks of the same color.
• If the other VCR is a monaural type and connected to this VCR’s LINE-2 IN jacks, connect
the audio plug to the AUDIO L (white) jack. The sound is recorded on both right and left
channels. If you connect to the AUDIO R (red) jack, the sound is recorded only on the right
channel.
• If you connected this VCR to both the LINE IN and LINE OUT jacks of the other VCR,
select the input correctly to prevent a humming noise.
• You can use the LINE IN 1 jacks for editing. If the other VCR is a monaural type the sound is
recorded only on the channel whose jack is connected to the audio plug. To record on both
right and left channels, connect the audio plugs to the AUDIO L/R jacks using an audio/video
cord (not supplied).
VCR Additional Operations
Changing menu options
: Signal flow
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Additional Information
Operation (when recording on this VCR)
Before you start editing
• Turn on the VCR and the TV and set it to
the video channel.
• Press INPUT SELECT to display “L1” or
“L2” in the display window.
• Press SP/EP to select the tape speed, SP or
EP.
General setup information
x
Before you start…
• Set TV / DVD·VIDEO switch to
DVD·VIDEO on the remote.
SET UP
X z REC
a source tape with its safety tab removed into the other (playback) VCR. Search for
1 Insert
the point to start playback and set it to playback pause.
2 Insert a tape into this (recording) VCR. Search for the point to start recording and press X.
3 Press z REC on this VCR to set it to recording pause.
4 To start editing, press the X (pause) buttons on both VCRs at the same time.
V/v/B/b
ENTER
To stop editing
Press the x (stop) buttons on both VCRs.
Tip
• To cut out unwanted scenes while editing, press X on this VCR when an unwanted scene
begins. When it ends, press X again to resume recording.
VCR Additional Operations
Editing with another VCR
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1
Press SET UP when the DVD player is in stop
mode, then press V/v to select
(OPTION), then press ENTER.
2
Press V/v to select the option to change.
3
Press B/b to change the setting.
When changing the “RF Output Channel,” confirmation messages will
appear. Press ENTER to confirm the messages.
General setup information
4
on your TV and set it to the channel you selected in step 1 (3CH or 4CH).
5 Turn
The channel you selected in step 4 appears on the TV screen. If the channels change when
Press SET UP to exit the menu.
you press CH +/–, you have made the correct setting.
Whenever you use the DVD-VCR, set the TV to the channel selected in step 1.
Menu choices
The default settings are indicated in bold print.
Menu option
Attaching the external antenna connector
Set this option to
Auto Power Off
• “Off” to deactivate the Auto Power Off function.
• “1Hr”/“2Hr” to turn the DVD-VCR off automatically if no
signal is received and you do not press any of the buttons
during this time.
RF Output Channel
• “3CH” when using channel 3 to receive the VCR signal.
• “4CH” when using channel 4 to receive the VCR signal.
For details, see page 99.
When using a 300-ohm twin lead cable for a
VHF/UHF antenna, use an antenna connector
(not supplied) to connect the antenna to the
DVD-VCR.
300-ohm twin
lead cable
Antenna
connector
(not supplied)
1 Loosen the screws on the antenna connector.
2 Wind the twin leads around the screws on the antenna connector.
3 Retighten the screws.
Setting the RF Output channel
When connecting the DVD-VCR to the TV
using only the antenna cable, you must set
the RF Output channel in the “OPTION
SETUP” menu so that the TV can receive the
correct signal from the DVD-VCR.
?/1
Attaching a VHF/UHF band mixer
CH +/–
When using both a 75-ohm coaxial cable and a
300-ohm twin lead cable for a VHF/UHF
antenna, use a VHF/UHF band separator/mixer
(not supplied) to connect the antenna to the
DVD-VCR.
the RF Output channel to “3CH” or “4CH” (see page 98 to set the channel), whichever
1 Set
channel is not used in your area. If both are used, set the switch to either channel.
Press ?/1 to turn on the DVD-VCR.
2
TV/VIDEO to turn on “VIDEO” in the
3 Press
DVD-VCR’s display window.
Additional Information
TV/VIDEO
300-ohm twin
lead cable
VHF/UHF
band
separator/
mixer (not
supplied)
75-ohm coaxial cable
1
2 Wind the twin leads around the screws on the mixer.
3 Retighten the screws.
4 Connect the 75-ohm coaxial cable to the mixer.
Loosen the screws on the mixer.
CH +/– to display a channel number in the display window.
4 Press
Select an active channel number in your area.
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General setup information
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DVD Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If you have any questions or problems not covered below, please consult your nearest Sony
dealer. (For customers in USA)
Symptom
Remedy
There is no picture/picture noise
appears.
• Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
• The connecting cords are damaged.
• Check the connection to your TV (page 14) and switch
the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the
player appears on the TV screen.
• The disc is dirty or flawed.
• If the picture output from your player goes through your
VCR to get to your TV or if you are connected to a
combination TV/VIDEO player, the copy-protection
signal applied to some DVD programs could affect
picture quality. If you still experience problems even
when you connect your player directly to your TV, please
try connecting your player to your TV’s S-VIDEO input
(page 30).
• You have set the player to progressive format (the
PROGRESSIVE indicator lights up in orange) even
though your TV cannot accept the progressive signal. In
this case, set “Progressive” to “Off” (page 58).
• Even if your TV is compatible with progressive format
(480p) signals, the image may be affected when you set
the player to progressive format. In this case, set
“Progressive” to “Off” and the player is set to normal
(interlace) format (page 58).
• COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jack is not used or
“Progressive” of the “SCREEN SETUP” menu is not set
correctly while the PROGRESSIVE indicator lights up in
orange. Check the setting (page 56) and connection
(page 30).
Even though you set the aspect ratio
in “TV Type” of the “SCREEN
SETUP” menu the picture does not
fill the screen.
• The aspect ratio of the disc is fixed on your DVD.
There is no picture from your VCR
connected to the LINE IN jacks.
• The DVD player must be in standby mode to view
pictures from your VCR.
There is no sound.
• Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
• The connecting cord is damaged.
• The player is connected to the wrong input jack on the
amplifier (receiver) (page 15).
• The amplifier (receiver) input is not correctly set.
• The player is in pause mode or in Slow-motion Play mode.
• The player is in fast forward or fast reverse mode.
• If the audio signal does not come through the DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack, check the audio settings
(page 54).
Sound is noisy.
• When playing a CD with DTS sound tracks, noise will
come from the LINE OUT L/R (AUDIO) jacks (page 37)
or DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack.
The sound volume is low.
• The sound volume is low on some DVDs. The sound
volume may improve if you set “Audio DRC” to “Wide
Range” (page 55).
Remedy
The ?/1 switch does not function.
• Connect the AC power cord securely.
The power is turned on but the DVDVCR does not operate.
• Moisture condensation has occurred. Turn the power off,
unplug the AC power cord and leave the DVD-VCR to
dry for over three hours.
The clock has stopped and “–:–”
appears in the display window.
• The clock stops if the DVD-VCR is disconnected from
the wall outlet. Reset the clock (and timer).
The remote commander does not
function.
• Make sure you are pointing the remote commander at the
remote sensor on the DVD-VCR.
• Replace all the batteries in the remote commander with
new ones if they are weak.
• Make sure the TV / DVD·VIDEO switch is set correctly.
• Select correctly VIDEO or DVD with the SELECT DVD/
VIDEO button.
The tracking meter does not appear
on the screen.
• The recording condition of the tape is very poor and
tracking cannot be adjusted.
You cannot control other TVs.
• Set your TV’s code number. The code number may
change when you replace the batteries of the remote
commander.
Picture
Symptom
Additional Information
Sound
Others
Clock
Power
General Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Remedy
Symptom
Remedy
• The disc is turned over.
• Insert the disc with the playback side facing down on the
disc tray.
• The disc is skewed.
• The player cannot play certain discs (page 7).
• The region code on the DVD does not match the player.
• Moisture has condensed inside the player (page 3).
• The player cannot play a recorded disc that is not
correctly finalized (page 8).
• Make sure the TV / DVD·VIDEO switch is set correctly.
• Select correctly VIDEO or DVD with SELECT DVD/
VIDEO button.
The subtitle language cannot be
changed or turned off.
• Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection
button on the remote (page 65).
• Multilingual subtitles are not recorded on the DVD being
played.
• The DVD prohibits the changing of the subtitles.
The angles cannot be changed.
• Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection
button on the remote (page 65).
• Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD being played.
• The DVD prohibits changing of the angles.
The player does not operate properly.
• When static electricity, etc., causes the player to operate
abnormally, unplug the player.
• The DATA CD or DATA DVD is not recorded in the MP3
format that conforms to ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2 or UDF.
• The MP3 audio track does not have the extension “.MP3.”
• The data is not formatted in MP3 even though it has the
extension “.MP3.”
• The data is not MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 data.
• The player cannot play audio tracks in MP3PRO format.
• The player can only display numbers and alphabet. Other
characters are displayed as asterisks.
The disc does not start playing from
the beginning.
• Program play, shuffle play, or repeat play, has been
selected (pages 70, 72, 73).
• Resume play has taken effect (page 37).
The player starts playing the disc
automatically.
• The disc features an auto playback function.
Playback stops automatically.
• While playing discs with an auto pause signal, the player
stops playback at the auto pause signal.
You cannot perform some functions
such as stop, search, slow-motion
play, repeat play, shuffle play, or
program play.
• Depending on the disc, you may not be able to do some
operations. See the operating manual that comes with the
disc.
The language for the sound track
cannot be changed.
• Try using the DVD’s menu instead of the direct selection
button on the remote (page 65).
• Multilingual tracks are not recorded on the DVD being
played.
• The DVD prohibits the changing of the language for the
sound track.
Symptom
Remedy
The playback picture does not appear
on the TV screen.
• Make sure the TV is set to the channel for the VCR. If
you are using a monitor, set it to video input.
The picture is not clear.
• Adjust the tracking with the TRACKING +/– buttons.
• The video heads are dirty (see “On cleaning the video
heads” (page 3)). Clean the video heads using a Sony
video head cleaning cassette. If a Sony cleaning cassette
is not available in your area, have the heads cleaned at
your nearest Sony dealer (a standard service fee will be
charged). Do not use a commercially available liquid type
cleaning cassette, as it may damage the video heads.
• The video heads may have to be replaced. Consult your
local Sony dealer for more information.
Playback
The title of the MP3 audio album/
track or JPEG image album/file is not
correctly displayed.
Operation
• The DATA CD or DATA DVD is not recorded in JPEG
format that conforms to ISO9660 Level 1/Level 2 or
UDF.
• The JPEG image file does not have the extension “.JPG”
or “.JPEG.”
• The data is not formatted in JPEG even though it has the
extension “.JPG” or “JPEG.”
• Length or width of the image is more than 4720 dots.
Additional Information
The JPEG image file cannot be
played.
VCR Troubleshooting
Recording
The MP3 audio track cannot be
played (page 78).
Operation
Symptom
The disc does not play.
The picture rolls vertically during
picture search.
• Adjust the vertical hold control on the TV or monitor.
The picture has no sound.
• The tape is defective.
• If you made A/V connections, check the audio cord
connection.
A TV program does not appear on
the TV screen.
• Make sure the TV is set to the channel for the VCR. If
you are using a monitor, set it to video input.
• Select the correct source with the INPUT SELECT or
CH +/– buttons. Select a channel number when recording
TV programs; select “L1” or “L2” when recording from
other equipment.
TV reception is poor.
• Adjust the TV antenna.
The tape starts playing as soon as it is
inserted.
• The safety tab has been removed. To record on this tape,
cover the tab hole.
The tape is ejected when you press
z REC.
• Check that the safety tab has not been removed.
Nothing happens when you press
z REC.
• Make sure the tape is not at its end.
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Troubleshooting
Remedy
The timer does not operate.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Others
Timer recording
Symptom
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Check that the clock is set.
Make sure a tape has been inserted.
Check that the safety tab has not been removed.
Make sure the tape is not at its end.
Make sure a program has been set for timer recording.
Make sure your timer settings are past the current time.
Check that the cable box is turned on.
The clock stops if the DVD-VCR is disconnected from
the wall outlet for more than one minute. Reset the clock
and timer.
• Turn the power off and unplug the AC power cord.
A tape cannot be inserted.
• Check that a tape is not already in the tape compartment.
Control by AV mouse is not possible.
• The unit is not compatible with satellite TV receiver AV
mouse, etc.
Troubleshooting
Chapter (page 38)
Sections of a picture or a music feature that
are smaller than titles. A title is composed of
several chapters. Depending on the disc, no
chapters may be recorded.
Dolby Digital (pages 32 and 55)
Digital audio compression technology
developed by Dolby Laboratories. This
technology conforms to 5.1-channel
surround sound. The rear channel is stereo
and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in
this format. Dolby Digital provides the same
5.1 discrete channels of high quality digital
audio found in Dolby Digital cinema audio
systems. Good channel separation is realized
because all of the channel data are recorded
discretely and little deterioration is realized
because all channel data processing is digital.
Dolby Surround (page 33)
Audio signal processing technology that
Dolby Laboratories developed for surround
sound. When the input signal contains a
surround component, the process outputs the
front, center and rear signals. The rear
channel is monaural.
Additional Information
Troubleshooting
DTS (page 55)
Digital audio compression technology that
Digital Theater Systems, Inc. developed.
This technology conforms to 5.1-channel
surround sound. The rear channel is stereo
and there is a discrete subwoofer channel in
this format. DTS provides the same 5.1
discrete channels of high quality digital
audio.
Good channel separation is realized because
all of the channel data is recorded discretely
and little deterioration is realized because all
channel data processing is digital.
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Glossary
DVD (page 7)
A disc that contains up to 8 hours of moving
pictures even though its diameter is the same
as a CD.
The data capacity of a single-layer and
single-sided DVD is 4.7 GB (Giga Byte),
which is 7 times that of a CD. The data
capacity of a double-layer and single-sided
DVD is 8.5 GB, a single-layer and doublesided DVD is 9.4 GB, and double-layer and
double-sided DVD is 17GB.
The picture data uses the MPEG 2 format,
one of the worldwide standards of digital
compression technology. The picture data is
compressed to about 1/40 (average) of its
original size. The DVD also uses a variable
rate coding technology that changes the data
to be allocated according to the status of the
picture. Audio information is recorded in a
multi-channel format, such as Dolby Digital,
allowing you to enjoy a more real audio
presence.
Furthermore, various advanced functions
such as the multi-angle, multilingual, and
Parental Control functions are provided with
the DVD.
DVD+R (page 7)
A DVD+R (read “plus R”) is a recordable
disc that is the same size as a DVD VIDEO.
Contents can be recorded only once to a
DVD+R, and will have the same format as a
DVD VIDEO.
DVD-R (page 7)
A DVD-R is a recordable disc that is the
same size as a DVD VIDEO. Contents can be
recorded only once to a DVD-R, and will
have the same format as a DVD VIDEO.
The DVD-R has two different modes:
VR mode and Video mode. DVDs created in
Video mode have the same format as a DVD
VIDEO, while discs created in VR (Video
Recording) mode allow the contents to be
programmed or edited.
DVD-RW (page 7)
A DVD-RW is a recordable and rewritable
disc that is the same size as a DVD VIDEO.
The DVD-RW has two different modes:
VR mode and Video mode. DVD-RWs
created in Video mode have the same format
as a DVD VIDEO, while discs created in VR
(Video Recording) mode allow the contents
to be programmed or edited.
Index to parts and controls
Refer to the pages indicated in parentheses ( ) for details.
Front panel
DVD+RW (page 7)
A DVD+RW (plus RW) is a recordable and
rewritable disc. DVD+RWs use a recording
format that is comparable to the DVD
VIDEO format.
Interlace format
Interlace format shows every other line of an
image as a single “field” and is the standard
method for displaying images on television.
The even number field shows the even
numbered lines of an image, and the odd
numbered field shows the odd numbered
lines of an image.
A ?/1 POWER (on/standby) switch (37)
(42)
B Disc tray (34)
C A (open/close) button (34) (36)
D Tape compartment (41)
E A (eject) button (42)
Additional Information
Title (page 38)
The longest section of a picture or music
feature on a DVD, movie, etc., in video
software, or the entire album in audio
software.
J H (play) button (35) (41)
K SELECT DVD/VIDEO buttons (11)
L
Remote sensor (11)
M PROGRESSIVE indicator (58)
F z REC (record) button (46)
N CHANNEL/TRACKING +/– buttons*
(44) (45)
G m (rewind)/M (fast-forward) button
(36) (42)
O LINE-2 IN VIDEO/AUDIO L (MONO)/
R jacks (96)
H x (stop) button (35) (42)
∗ CHANNEL/TRACKING + buttons have a
tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a reference.
Additional Information
Progressive format (pages 31 and 58)
Compared to the Interlace format that
alternately shows every other line of an
image (field) to create one frame, the
Progressive format shows the entire image at
once as a single frame. This means that while
the Interlace format can show 30 frames/60
fields in one second, the Progressive format
can show 60 frames in one second. The
overall picture quality increases and still
images, text, and horizontal lines appear
sharper. This player is compatible with the
480 progressive format.
I X (pause) button (35) (42)
Track (page 38)
Sections of a picture or a music feature on a
CD or VIDEO CD (the length of a song).
continued
Glossary
107US
Display window
Index to parts and controls
Remote commander for DVD
109US
G SET UP button (20)
H SUBTITLE button (68)
I AUDIO button* (74)
J
SKIP button (35)
K
REPLAY button (35)
L X PAUSE button (35)
M H PLAY button* (35)
N V/v/B/b buttons (20)
ENTER button (20)
O DISPLAY button (39)
A DVD indicator (35)
G STEREO indicator (91)
B Angle indicator (67)
H Playing time/clock/current status
indicator (35) (41)
C Record indicator (46)
D VIDEO indicator (41)
E Tape indicator (41)
F Timer indicator (49)
P TOP MENU button (65)
Q ?/1 (on/standby) switch (12) (37)
I SURR (surround) indicator (76)
R VOL (volume) +/– buttons (12)
J DTS indicator (55)
S ZOOM button (66)
K Disc indicator (35)
T ENTER button (20)
U REPEAT button (70)
Rear panel
V SURROUND button (76)
W
m/M y buttons (35)
Y x STOP button (35)
Z O RETURN button (23)
wj MENU button (65)
A Z (open/close) button (34) (36)
DVD player and VCR
A AC power cord (14) (18)
DVD player only
F LINE OUT AUDIO L/R jacks (30)
B LINE IN 1 VIDEO/AUDIO L/R jacks
(96)
G COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Pr/Pb/Y
jacks (31)
C LINE OUT VIDEO/AUDIO L/R jacks
(15)
H S-VIDEO OUT jack (31)
E CLEAR button (71)
I DIGITAL AUDIO OUT/COAXIAL jack
(33)
F ANGLE button (67)
D IN (FROM ANT.) connector (16)
∗ Number 5, AUDIO and H PLAY buttons have
a tactile dot. Use the tactile dot as a reference.
B TV / DVD·VIDEO switch (11)
Additional Information
X .PREV (previous)/> NEXT
button (35)
C SELECT DVD button (11)
D Number buttons* (29)
E OUT (TO TV) connector (16)
continued
110US
Index to parts and controls
Index to parts and controls
1-26
111US
*Remote
commander for VIDEO
F SET UP button (20)
DVD Audio/Subtitle Language
G TIMER button (48)
H AUDIO button* (91)
Abbreviation
I
SKIP button (42)
ARA
Arabic
J
REPLAY button (42)
BUL
Bulgarian
Language
K SP (Standard Play)/EP (Extended Play)
button (46)
CHI
Chinese
CRO
Croatian
L z REC (record) button (46)
CZE
Czech
M X PAUSE button (42)
DAN
Danish
N H PLAY button* (41)
DEU
German
ENG
English
ESP
Spanish
O V/v/B/b buttons (20)
ENTER button (20)
P DISPLAY button (43)
Q ?/1 (on/standby) switch (12) (42)
R CH (channel)/TRACKING +/– buttons*
(44) (45)
FIN
Finish
FRA
French
GRE
Greek
HUN
Hungarian
Indonesian
IND
Hindi
T ENTER button (20)
ISL
Icelandic
U MUTING button (12)
ITA
Italian
V SEARCH button (92)
IWR
Hebrew
W TV/VIDEO button (47)
JPN
Japanese
S VOL (volume) +/– buttons (12)
X INPUT SELECT button (45)
Y m (rewind)/M (fast-forward)/y (slow)
buttons (42)
KOR
Korean
MAL
Malay
NLD
Dutch
NOR
Norwegian
A Z (eject) button (42)
Z ./> SHUTTLE button (42)
POL
Polish
B TV / DVD·VIDEO switch (11)
wj x STOP button (42)
POR
Portuguese
C SELECT VIDEO button (11)
wk O RETURN button (23)
RUS
Russian
D Number buttons* (29)
∗ Number 5, AUDIO, H PLAY and
CH/TRACKING + buttons have a tactile dot.
Use the tactile dot as a reference.
E CLEAR button (43) (49)
112US
Index to parts and controls
Numerics
L
16:9 57
4:3 Letter Box 57
4:3 Pan Scan 57
Language selecting 20
LP mode 47
Adjusting
picture 44
tracking 44
Angle 67
Audio track 91
Audio/video (A/V) hookup 15
Auto Clock Set 22
C
Cable hookup 14
Cleaning the video heads 3
Clock setting 22
Connecting
Cable TV 19
external antenna connector
100
VHF/UHF band mixer 100
Counter 43
Custom AV Mode 40
D
DATA CD 7, 78, 84
DATA DVD 7, 78, 84
Disabling channels 28
DOLBY DIGITAL 74
DTS 74
Dubbing. see Editing
DVD 7
E
Editing 96
EP mode 46
H
Handling discs 2
Hi-fi audio track 91
I
Instant Advance 36
Instant Replay 36, 42
Instant Skip 42
J
JPEG 7, 84
114US
Swedish
THA
Thai
TUR
Turkish
VIE
Vietnamese
ZAF
Afrikaans
DVD Audio/Subtitle Language
Index
A
SVE
Additional Information
IDN
Normal audio track 91
Searching
at various speeds 36, 42
for a blank portion 93
for the counter 0 point 93
Scan and Play 93
Shuffle play 72
Shuttle play 42
SP mode 46
STEREO 74
Stereo 91
Subtitle 68
Surround 76
P
T
Parental Control 62
PBC (Playback control) 88
Picture adjustment 44
Playback
at various speeds 36, 42
frame by frame 42
MP3 audio track 78
program play 70
repeat play 73
selecting the sound 91
shuffle play 72
shuttle play 42
slow motion 36, 42
VIDEO CDs 88
Playback quickly or slowly with
sound 37
Presetting channels 26
Program play 70
Progressive 107
Timer setting
daily/weekly recording 49
Tracking adjustment. see
Adjusting
M
Monaural 91
Monitoring audio during
playback 91
MP3 7, 78
N
U
Usable discs 7
V
VIDEO CD 7, 88
Z
Zoom 66
R
Recording
bilingual programs 91
SAP broadcasts 91
saving 47
stereo broadcasts 91
while watching another
program 47, 50
Repeat play 73
Resume Play 37
RF channel 99
S
Safety tab 47
SAP (Second Audio Program)
91
Index
1-27
113US
MEMO
1-28E
SLV-D271P/D370P
2. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
2-1 CABINET AND PCB
2-1-1 Cabinet Top Removal
2-1-3 Ass’y Front Panel Removal
2 Lift up the Cabinet Top in the direction of arrow.
1 RELEASE 3 HOOKS
(Top View)
1 REMOVE
3 SCREWS
(3 X 10B)
Fig. 2-1 Cabinet Top Removal
2-1-2 Bottom Cover Removal
2 RELEASE 3 HOOKS
(Bottom View)
1 RELEASE 2 HOOKS
Fig. 2-3 Ass’y Front Panel Removal
2-1-4 Function Timer PCB Removal
(Bottom View)
Fig. 2-2 Bottom Cover Removal
1 RELEASE 1 HOOK
Fig. 2-4 Function Timer PCB Removal
2-1
2-1-5 Chassis Removal
1 REMOVE 2 SCREWS
(3 X 12Y)
2 REMOVE 4 SCREWS
(4 X 12Y)
3 REMOVE 3 SCREWS
(3 X 12Y)
VCR DECK
4 REMOVE 3 SCREWS
DVD DECK
5 REMOVE 2 SCREWS
DVD MAIN PCB
VCR MAIN PCB
FUNCTION TIMER PCB
6 REMOVE 1 SCREW
Fig. 2-5 Chassis Removal
2-1-6 VCR Main PCB Removal
1 REMOVE 4 SCREWS
(4 X 12 Y)
Fig. 2-6 VCR Main PCB Removal
2-2
2-2 CIRCUIT BOARD LOCATIONS
DVD MAIN PCB
VCR MAIN PCB
FUNCTION TIMER PCB
Fig. 2-7 Circuit Board Locations
2-3
2-3 VCR DECK PARTS LOCATIONS
2-3-1 Top View
1
3
4
5
Fig. 2-8 Top parts Location-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
GEAR FL CAM
ASS’Y MOTOR LOADING
ASS’Y LEVER ARM
ASS’Y HOLDER CASSETTE
LEVER FL DOOR
SLIDER FL DRIVE
2-4
6
2
6
3
2
1
7
8
9 0 qa 0 qs
4
qd
Fig. 2-9 Top Parts Location-2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
FE HEAD
ASS’Y CYLINDER
ASS’Y ACE HEAD
ASS’Y LEVER UNIT PINCH
ASS’Y LEVER #9 GUIDE
ASS’Y LEVER TENSION
ASS’Y BAND BRAKE
8
9
0
qa
qs
qd
2-5
DISK S REEL
ASS’Y LEVER S BRAKE
GEAR IDLE
LEVER IDLE
ASS’Y LEVER T BRAKE
DISK T REEL
5
2-3-2 Bottom View
1
2
0
9
3
4
5
8
Fig. 2-10 Bottom Parts Location
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
GEAR JOINT 1
GEAR JOINT 2
BRAKET GEAR
ASS’Y MOTOR CAPSTAN
ASS’Y LEVER T LOAD
GEAR LOADING DRIVE
ASS’Y LEVER S LOAD
ASS’Y CLUTCH
BELT PULLEY
SLIDER CAM
2-6
6
7
2-4 VCR DECK
2-4-1 Ass’y Holder Cassette Removal
2-4-2 Ass’y Lever Arm Removal
1) Pull the Ass’y Holder Cassette 1 to the eject position.
2) Pull the Ass’y Holder Cassette 1 as grasping the Ass’y Holder
Cassette 1 and Lever Lock2 in the same time to release hooking
from Main Base until the Boss [A] of Ass’y Holder Cassette 1
is taken out from the Rail [B].
3) Lift the Ass’y Holder Cassette 1, in this time, you have to grasp
the Lever Lock 2 Continuously until the Ass’y Holder Cassette
1 is taken out completely.
1) Push the hole “A” in the direction of arrow “B” use the pin.(about
Dia. 2.5)
2) Pull out the Ass’y Lever Arm 1 from the Boss of Main Base.
3) Remove the Ass’y Lever Arm 1 in the direction of arrow “C”.
Note: Be sure to insert Lever Lock 2 in the direction of “A” to
prevent separation and breakage of the Lever Lock 2 at
disassembling and reassembling.
HOLE "A"
PIN
"B"
"C"
1 ASS'Y LEVER ARM
Fig. 2-12 Ass’y Lever Arm Removal
1 ASS'Y HOLDER
CASSETTEE
BOSS [A]
RAIL [B]
"A" 2 LEVER LOCK
Fig. 2-11 Ass’y Holder Cassette Removal
2-7
2-4-3 Lever Door Removal
2-4-4 Slider FL Drive, Gear FL Cam Removal
1) Release the Hook 2 and Remove the Lever Door 1 in the
direction of arrow “A”.
1) Pull the Slider FL Drive 1 to the front direction.
2) Remove the Slider FL Drive 1 in the direction of arrow. (Refer
to Fig. 2-14)
3) Remove the Gear FL cam 2.
Note: When reinstalling be sure to reassemble Slider FL drive 1
after you insert the Boss of Lever ARM-R in Groove of Slider FL
drive 1.
Assembly: Align the Gear FL Cam 1 with the Gear worm wheel
Post as shown drawing.
(Refer to Timing point)
2 LEVER FL DOOR
"A"
1 SLIDER FL DRIVE
"B"
"C"
Fig. 2-13 Lever Door Removal
2 GEAR FL CAM
1 SLIDER FL DRIVE
Fig. 2-14 Slider FL Drive Removal
2 GEAR FL CAM
GEAR WORM WHEEL
POST
TIMING POINT
Fig. 2-15 Gear FL Cam, Gear Worm
2-8
2-4-5 Gear Worm Wheel Removal
2-4-6 Cable Flat Removal
1) Remove the Gear Worm wheel 1.
1) Remove the Drum connecting part of Cable Flat 1 from
Connector Waffer 2, 3.
1 CABLE FLAT
2 CONNECTOR WAFER
3 CONNECTOR
WAFER
1 GEAR WORM WHEEL
Fig. 2-16 Gear Worm Wheel Removal
Fig. 2-17 Cable Flat Removal
2-9
2-4-7 Ass’y Motor Loading Removal
2-4-8 Bracket Gear, Gear Joint 2, 1 Removal
1) Remove the screw 1.
2) Remove the Ass’y Motor Loading 2.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Remove the SCREW 1.
Remove the Bracket Gear 2.
Remove the Gear Joint 2 3.
Remove the Gear Joint 1 4.
Assembly:
1) Be sure to align dot mark of Gear Joint 1 1 with dot mark of
Gear Joint 2 2 as shown Fig 2-20.
(Refer to Timing point1)
2) Confirm the Timing Point 2 of the Gear Joint 2 2 and Slider
Cam 3.
3 GEAR JOINT 2
2 ASS'Y MOTOR
LOADING
1 SCREW
4 GEAR
JOINT 1
2 BRAKET GEAR
1 SCREW
Fig.2-18 Ass’y Motor Loading Removal
Fig. 2-19 Bracket Gear, Gear Joint 1, 2 Removal
1 GEAR JOINT1
2 GEAR JOINT2
3 SLIDER CAM
TIMING POINT 1
TIMING POINT 2
Fig. 2-20 Gear Joint 1, 2 Assembly
2-10
2-4-9 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever Load S, T Removal
2-4-10 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever Load S, T Assembly
1) Remove the Belt Pulley. (Refer to Fig. 2-38)
2) Remove the Gear Loading Drive 1 after releasing Hook [A] in
the direction arrow as shown in detail drawing.
3) Remove the Slider Cam 2.
4) Remove the Ass’y Lever Load S 3 & Ass’y Lever Load T 4.
1) When reinstalling, be sure to align dot of Ass’y Lever Load T
1 with dot of Ass’y Lever Load S 2 as shown in drawing,
(Refer to Timing Point 1).
2) Insert the Pin A,B,C,D into the Slider Cam 3 hole,
3) Be sure to align dot of Ass’y Lever Load T 1 and dot of Gear
Loading Drive 4, (Refer to Timing Point 2).
4) Aline dot of Gear Loading drive 4 with mark of Slider Cam 3
as shown in drawing (Refer to Timing Point 3).
HOOK(A)
1 GEAR LOADING DRIVE
TIMING POINT 1
2 SLIDE CAM
1 LEVER LOAD T
4 ASS'Y LEVER LOAD T
2 LEVER LOAD S
3 ASS'Y LEVER
LOAD S
TIMING POINT 2
TIMING POINT 3
Fig. 2-21 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever T, S Load Removal
PIN A
PIN C
PIN D PIN B
3 SLIDER CAM
Fig. 2-22 Gear Loading Drive, Slider Cam,
Ass’y Lever Load S, T Assembly
2-11
2-4-11 Lever Pinch Drive,
Lever Tension Drive Removal
2-4-12 Ass’y Lever Tension,
Ass’y Band Brake Removal
1) Remove the Lever Pinch Drive 1, Lever Tension Drive 2.
1)
2)
3)
4)
1 LEVER PINCH DRIVE
2 LEVER TENSION
DRIVE
Remove the Ass’y Lever Brake S (Refer to Fig 2-25).
Remove the Spring Tension Lever 1.
Rotate stopper of Main Base in the direction of arrow “A”.
Lift the Ass’y Lever Tension 2 & Ass’y Band brake 3.
Note:
1) When replacing the Ass’y Lever Tension 2, be sure to apply
Grease on the post,
2) Take care not to touch stain on the felt side, and not to be folder
and broken Ass’y Band brake
3) After Ass’y Lever Tension seated, Rotate stopper of Main Base
to the Mark[B].
3 ASS'Y BAND
BRAKE
2 ASS'Y LEVER
TENTION
1 SPRING TENTION
LEVER
Fig. 2-23 Lever Pinch Drive,
Lever Tension Drive Removal
STOPPER
"A"
MARK[B]
Fig. 2-24 Ass’y Lever Tension,
Ass’y Band Brake Removal
2-12
2-4-13 Ass’y Lever Brake S, T Removal
2-4-14 Ass’y Gear Idle Removal
1) Release the Hook [A] and the Hook [B], [C] in the direction of
arrow as shown in Fig 2-25.
2) Lift the Ass’y Lever S, T Brake 1, 2 with spring brake 3.
1) Push the Lever Idle 1 in the direction of arrow “A”, “B”.
2) Lift the Lever Idle 1.
Assembly:
1) Apply oil in two Bosses of Lever Idle 1.
2) Assemble the Gear Idle 2 with the Lever Idle 1.
Assembly:
1) Assembly the Ass’y Lever S Brake 1 on the Main Base.
2) Assembly the Ass’y Lever T Brake 2 with spring brake 3.
Note: When replacing the Gear Idle 2, be sure to add oil in the
boss of Lever Idle 1.
Note: Take extreme care not to be folded and
transformed Spring Brake at removing or reinstalling.
"A"
1 LEVER IDLE
2 GEAR IDLE
"B"
HOOK(A)
2 GEAR IDLE
HOOK "C"
3 SPRING BRAKE
1 ASS'Y
LEVER S BRAKE
HOOK(C)
HOOK(B)
2 ASS'Y LEVER T
BRAKE
Fig. 2-26 Ass’y Gear Idle Removal
Fig. 2-25 Ass’y Lever Brake S, T Removal
2-13
2-4-15 Disk S, T Reel Removal
2-4-16 Ass’y Holder Clutch Removal
1) Lift the Disk S, T Reel 1, 2.
1) Remove the Washer Slit 1.
2) Lift the Ass’y Holder Clutch 2.
1 REEL S
Note: When you reinstall Ass’y Holder Clutch.
1) Check the condition of spring as shown in detail A.
2) Don't push Ass’y Holder Clutch down with excessive force Just
insert Holder Clutch Ass’y into post center with dead force and
Rotate it smoothly.
Be sure to confirm that spring is in the slit of Ass’y Gear Center
as shown in detail B.
2 REEL T
1 WASHER SLIT
2 ASS'Y CLUTCH
Fig. 2-27 Disk S, T Reel Removal
DETAIL A
<BAD>
SPRING
<GOOD>
DETAIL B
SPRING
<BAD>
<GOOD>
Fig. 2-28 Ass’y Holder Clutch Removal
2-14
2-4-17 Ass’y Lever Up Down, Ass’y Gear
Center Removal
2-4-18 Guide Cassette Door Removal
1) Lift the Hook [A].
2) Rotate the Guide Cassette Door 1 in the direction of arrow.
1) Remove the 2 hooks in the direction of arrow as shown Fig. 229 and lift the Ass’y Lever Up Down 1.
2) Lift the Ass’y Gear Center 2.
Note: After reinstalling the Guide Cassette Door 1 sure the Hook
[A].
Assembly:
1) Insert the Ass’y Lever Up Down 1 in the rectangular holes on
Main Base as shown in Fig 2-30.
2) Lift the Lever Ass’y Up Down 1 about 35°.
(Refer to Fig 2-30)
3) Insert Ring of the Ass’y Gear Center 2 in the Guide of the
Ass’y Lever Up Down 1.
4) Insert the Ass’y Gear Center 2 in the post on Main Base.
5) Push down the Ass’y Lever Up Down 1 for locking of the Hook.
1 GUIDE CASSETTE DOOR
HOOK [A]
Note:
1) Take care not to separate and sentence does not mark sense.
2) Be sure to confirm that Ring of the Ass’y Gear Center 2 is in
the Guide of the Ass’y Lever Up Down 1 after finishing
assembly of Ass’y Lever Up Down 1 and Ass’y Gear Center
2.
1 ASS'Y LEVER UP DOWN
2 ASS'Y GEAR CENTER
Fig. 2-31 Guide Cassette Door Removal
Fig. 2-29 Ass’y Lever Up Down Removal
ASS'Y GEAR CENTER
GUIDE
ASS'Y LEVER UP DOWN
RING
GEAR
POST
HOOK
35
MAIN BASE
Fig. 2-30 Ass’y Lever Up Down Removal
2-15
2-4-19 Ass’y Lever Unit Pinch, Plate Joint,
Spring Pinch Drive Removal
2-4-20 Ass’y Lever #9 Guide Removal
1) Remove the Spring #9 Guide 1.
2) Lift the Ass’y Spring #9 Guide 2 in the direction of arrow “A”.
1) Lift the Ass’y Unit Pinch 1.
2) Remove the Plate Joint 2 from Lever Pinch Drive.
3) Remove the Spring Pinch Drive 3.
Note:
1) Take extreme care not to get grease on the tape Guide Post.
2) After reinstalling, check the bottom side of the Post #9 Guide to
the top side of Main Base.
Note:
1) Take extreme care not to touch the grease on the Roller Pinch.
2) When reinstalling, be sure to apply grease on the post pinch
roller.
"A"
1 SPRING #9 GUIDE
1 ASS'Y LEVER
UNIT PINCH
2 ASS'Y LEVER #9 GUIDE
"B"
2 PLATE JOINT
3 SPRING PINCH
DRIVE
Fig. 2-33 Ass’y Lever #9 Guide Removal
Fig. 2-32 Ass’y Lever Unit Pinch, Plate Joint,
Spring Pinch Drive Removal
2-16
2-4-21 FE Head Removal
2-4-22 Ass’y ACE Head Removal
1) Remove the screw 1.
2) Lift the FE Head 2.
1) Pull out the FPC from connector of Ass’y ACE Head 2.
2) Remove the screw 1.
3) Lift the Ass’y ACE Head 2.
1 SCREW
1 FE HEAD
2 ASS'Y HEAD ACE
Fig. 2-34 FE Head Removal
Fig. 2-35 Ass’y ACE Head Removal
2-17
2-4-23 Ass’y Slider S, T Removal
2-4-24 Plate Ground Deck, Ass’y Cylinder Removal
1) Move the Ass’y Slider S, T 1, 2 to slot, and then lift it to
remove. (Refer to arrow)
1) Remove the 3 Screws 1.
2) Lift the Plate Ground Deck 2.
3) Lift the Ass’y Cylinder 3.
1 ASS'Y
SLIDER S
Assembly:
1) Match the 3 holes in the bottom of Ass’y Cylinder 3 to the 3
holes of Main Base as attending not to drop or knock the Ass’y
Cylinder 3.
2) Tighten the 1 Screw 1.
3) Match the Plate Ground Deck 2 to the Hole of Base Main.
4) Tighten the other 2 Screws 1.
2 ASS'Y
SLIDER T
Note:
1) Take care not to touch the Ass’y Cylinder 3 and the tape guide
post at reinstalling.
2) When reinstalling, Don't push down too much on Screw Driver.
1 3 SCREWS
2 PLATE GROUND
DECK
Fig. 2-36 Ass’y Slider S, T Removal
3 ASS'Y CYLINDER
Fig. 2-37 Plate Ground Deck, Ass’y Cylinder Removal
2-18
2-4-25 Hook Capstan, Belt Pulley Removal
2-4-26 Ass’y Motor Capstan Removal
1) Remove the Hook Capstan 1 after realeasing Hook in the
direction arrow as shown in detail drawing.
2) Remove the Belt Pulley 2.
1) Remove the 3 Screws 1.
2) Remove the Ass’y Motor Capstan 2.
Assembly:
1) Match the 3 holes of Ass’y Motor Capstan 2 to the 3 holes of
Main Base. Be careful not to drop or knock the Ass’y Motor
Capstan 2.
2) Tighten the 3 Screws 1 in the direction of arrow as shown detail
drawing.
Note: Take extreme care not to get grease on Belt Pulley 2 at
assembling or reassembling.
Note: After tightening screws, check if there is gap between the
head of screws and the top side of Main Base. There should have no
gap between the head of screws and the top side of Main Base.
After reinstalling, adjusting the tape transport system again.
HOOK
2 BELT PULLEY
1 HOOK CAPSTAN
1 3 SCREWS
C
A
B
Fig. 2-38 Belt Pulley Removal
2 ASS'Y MOTOR
CAPSTAN
Fig. 2-39 Ass’y Motor Capstan Removal
2-19
2-4-27 Ass’y Post #8 Guide Removal
2-4-29 How to Eject the Cassette Tape
(If the tape is stuck in the unit)
1) Rotate the Ass’y Post #8 Guide 1 in the direction of arrow to
lift up.
1) Turn the Gear worm 1 clockwise with screw driver.(Refer to
arrow)
(Other method: Remove the Screw of Ass’y Motor Load,
Separate the Ass’y Motor Load)
1 ASS'Y POST #8 GUIDE
1 GEAR WORM
Fig. 2-42
Fig. 2-40 Ass’y Post #8 Guide Removal
2) When Slider S,T are approched in the position of unloading,
rotate holder Clutch counterclockwise after inserting screw driver
in the hole of frame's bottom in order to wind the unwinded
tape.
(Refer to Fig.2-43)
(If you rotate Gear Worm 1 continuously when tape is in state
of unwinding, you may cause a tape contamination by grease
and tape damage.
Be sure to wind the unwinded tape in the state of set horizently.)
3) Rotate Gear Worm 1 clockwise using screw driver again up to
the state of eject mode and then pick out the tape.(Refer to Fig.242)
2-4-28 Ass’y Level Head Cleaner Removal
1) Release the Hook 1.
2) Lift the Ass’y Lever Head Cleaner 2.
2 LEVER HEAD CLEANER ASS'Y
1 HOOK
FRAME
Fig. 2-43
Fig. 2-41 Ass’y Lever Head Cleaner Removal
2-20
2-5 THE TABLE OF CLEANING, LUBRICATION AND REPLACEMENT TIME ABOUT PRINCIPAL
PARTS
1) The replacement time of parts is not life of parts.
2) The table 2-1 is that the VCR Set is in normal condition (normal temperature, normal humidity).
The checking period may be changed owing to the condition of use, runtime and environmental conditions.
3) Life of the Cylinder Ass’y is depend on the condition of use.
4) See exploded view for location of each parts.
<Table 2-1>
*
Parts Name
T
A
P
E
P
A
T
H
S
Y
S
T
E
M
D
R
I
V
I
N
G
S
Y
S
T
E
M
B
R
A
K
E
S
Y
S
T
E
M
POST TENSION
SLANT POST S, T
#8 GUIDE SHAFT
CAPSTAN SHAFT
#9 GUIDE POST
#3 GUIDE POST
GUIDE ROLLER S, T
CYLINDER ASS’Y
FE HEAD
ACE HEAD
PINCH ROLLER
POST REEL S, T
SLEEVE TENSION
POST CENTER
LEVER IDLE BOSS (2Point)
CAPSTAN MOTOR PULLEY
BELT PULLEY
HOLDER CLUTCH ASS’Y
GEAR CENTER ASS’Y
GEAR IDLE (2Point)
LOADING MOTOR
BAND BRAKE ASS’Y
BRAKE T ASS’Y
Checking Period
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
∆
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
∆
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
◆
◆
◆
∆
∆
◆
∆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
∆ : Cleaning
◆
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
∆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O : Check and replacement in necessary
2-21
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
◆ : Add Oil
◆
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Remark
- To clean the parts, use patch and
alcohol (solvent).
- After cleaning, use the video tape
after alcohol is gone away
completely.
- We recommend to use oil [EP-50]
or solvent.
- One or two drops of oil should be
applied after cleaning with
alcohol.
- Periodic time of applying oil
(Apply oil after cleaning)
- The excessive applying oil may
be the cause of malfunction.
2-6 DVD DECK
2-6-1 Holder Chuck Removal
1) Push 4 Hooks 1 in the direction of arrow “A” and lift up the Holder Chuck 2.
2 HOLDER CHUCK
1 2 HOOKS
"A"
1 2 HOOKS
"A"
Fig. 2-44 Holder Chuck Removal
2-22
2-6-2 Tray Disc Removal
1) Insert a Screw Driver 1 into Emergency Hole 2 and push the Slider Housing 3 in the direction arrow “A”.
2) When the Tray Disc 4 comes out a little, pull it in the direction arrow “B” by hand.
3 SLIDER HOUSING
4 TRAY DISC
"B"
"A"
2 EMERGENCY HOLE
1 SCREW DRIVER
Fig. 2-45 Tray Disc Removal
2-23
2-6-3 Ass’y P/U Deck Removal
1) Remove the 4 Soldering 1 (SL+, SL-, SP+, SP-).
2) Remove the 1 Screw 2 and lift up the Ass’y P/U Deck 3.
2 1 SCREW
3 ASS'Y P/U DECK
4 CHASSIS SUB
<Assembly Point>
SP + (RED)
SP - (BLK)
1 4 SOLDERING
TM - (BLK)
SL - (BLK)
SL + (RED)
Fig. 2-46 Ass’y P/U Deck Removal
2-24
TM + (BLK)
2-6-4 Ass’y Housing Removal
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Remove the 2 Soldering 1. (TM+, TM-)
Push the 2 Hooks 2 in the direction of arrow “A” and remove Ass’y PCB Deck 3.
Push the Slider Housing 4 in the direction arrow “B”.
Push the 1 Hook 5 in the direction of arrow “C” and lift up the Slider Housing 4.
Remove the Belt Pulley 6 and 2 Screws 7, Ass’y Motor Load 8.
Push the 1 Hook 9 in the direction of arrow “D” and lift up the Gear Pulley 0, Gear Tray qa.
4 SLIDER HOUSING
"B"
6 BELT PULLEY
7 2 SCREWS
qa GEAR TRAY
0 GEAR PULLEY
"D"
9 1 HOOK
"C"
2 2 HOOKS
8 ASS'Y MOTOR LOAD
"A"
"A"
3 ASS'Y PCB DECK
1 2 SOLDERING
Fig. 2-47 Ass’y Housing Removal
2-25
5 1 HOOK
2-6-5 Ass’y Bracket Deck Removal
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Push the Hook 1 in the direction of arrow “A” and lift up the Gear Feed B 2.
Push the Hook 3 in the direction of arrow “B” and lift up the Gear Feed B 4.
Remove the 2 Screws 5 and lift up Motor Feed Ass’y 6.
Remove the 2 Screws 7 and lift down Motor Spindl Ass’y 8.
Remove the 3 Screws 9 and remove 3 Holder Cam Skew q;, Shaft Pick Up qa, Ass’y Pick Up qs.
Remove the 1 Screws qf and remove Gear Back Lash qg.
9 3 SCREWS
q; 3 HOLDER CAM SKEW
qs ASS'Y PICK UP
qg GEAR BACK LASH
qa SHAFT PICK UP
qf 2 SCREWS
6 MOTOR FEED
ASS'Y
3 HOOK
"B"
7 2 SCREWS
5 2 SCREWS
1 HOOK
"A"
CHASSIS SUB
4 GEAR FEED A
2 GEAR FEED B
8 MOTOR SPINDLE
Fig. 2-48 Ass’y Bracket Deck Removal
2-26E
SLV-D271P/D370P
3. BLOCK DIAGRAM
Notes:
PWB MAIN ASSY must be replaced if DIC2 (Flash
Memory) is damaged or not functioning.
The old PWB MAIN ASSY must be completely
disposed.
3-1
3-2
MEMO
3-4E
SLV-D271P/D370P
4. PCB DIAGRAMS
4-1
VCR Main - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-3
4-2
DVD Main - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-7
4-3
Function Timer - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 4-11
4-1
4-2
4-1 VCR MAIN
COMPONENT SIDE
4-3
4-4
CONDUCTOR SIDE
4-5
4-6
4-2 DVD MAIN
COMPONENT SIDE
4-7
4-8
CONDUCTOR SIDE
4-9
4-10
4-3 Function Timer
COMPONENT SIDE
CONDUCTOR SIDE
4-11
4-12E
SLV-D271P/D370P
5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
◆ Block Identification of Main PCB - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-3
Note
For schematic Diagram
- Resistors are in ohms, 1/8W unless otherwise noted.
VCR Main PCB
5-1
S.M.P.S. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-5
5-2
Power Drive - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-7
5-3
Logic/Function Time - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-9
5-4
A/V - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-11
5-5
Hi-Fi/MTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-13
5-6
Input-Output- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-15
Special note :
Most semiconductor devices are electrostatically sensitive and therefore require the special handling techniques described under the
“electrostatically sensitive (ES) devices” section of this service manual.
Important safety notices :
Components identified with the mark 0 have the special characteristics for safety. When replacing any of these components.
Use only the same type.
DVD Main PCB
5-7
DVD A/V Decoder - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-17
5-8
DVD I/O - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5-19
5-1
5-2
◆ BLOCK IDENTIFICATION OF MAIN PCB
VCR MAIN PCB
<Component Side>
5-3
<Conductor Side>
5-4
5-1 S.M.P.S.
5-5
5-6
5-2 POWER DRIVE
5-7
5-8
5-3 LOGIC/FUNCTION TIMER
5-9
5-10
5-4 A/V
5-11
5-12
5-5 Hi-Fi/MTS
5-13
5-14
5-6 INPUT-OUTPUT
5-15
5-16
5-7 DVD A/V DECODER
5-17
5-18
5-8 DVD I/O
5-19
5-20E
SLV-D271P/D370P
6. ALIGNMENT AND ADJUSTMENTS
6-1 VCR ADJUSTMENT
6-1-1 Reference
1) X-Point (Tracking center) adjustment, “Head switching adjustment” and “NVRAM option setting” can be adjusted with remote control.
2) When replacing the Main PCB Micom (IC601) and NVRAM (IC603: EEPROM) be sure to adjust the “Head switching adjustment” and
“NVRAM option setting”.
3) When replacing the cylinder ass’y, be sure to adjust the “X-Point” and “Head switching adjustment”.
4) How to adjustment.
- Intermittently short-circuit the Test Point on Main PCB with pincers to the adjustment mode.
- If the corresponding adjustment button is pressed, the adjustment is performed automatically.
- When the adjustment is completed, be sure to turn the power off.
6-1-1(a) Location of adjustment button of remote control
X-Point (Tracking Center) Adjustment ;
Head Switching Adjustment ;
Fig. 6-1
6-1
6-1-1(b) TEST location for adjustment mode setting
Short-Circuit for few seconds and release.
(Just one time)
Fig. 6-2 VCR Main PCB (Top View)
6-2
6-1-2 Head Switching Point Adjustment
1) Playback the alignment tape.
2) Intermittently short-circuit the two Test Points on Main PCB. (See Fig. 6-2)
3) Press the “1, 0” buttons ; remote control adjustment operates automatically. (See Fig. 6-1)
6-3
6-2 VCR MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENT
6-2-1 Tape Transport System and Adjustment Locations
The tape transport system has been adjusted precisely in the factory. Alignment is not necessary except for the
following :
1) Noise observed on the screen.
2) Tape damage.
3) Parts replacement in the tape transport system.
Lower flange height of tape guide is used as the reference for the transport adjustment.
To maintain the height of the tape guide and prevent damage, do not apply excessive force onto the main base.
CYLINDER ASS' Y
GUIDE ROLLER "S"
GUIDE ROLLER "T"
FULL ERASE HEAD
#3 GUIDE POST
TENSION POST
HIGH T SCREW
PINCH ROLLER
TI LT SCREW
X-POSITION
ADJUST SLIT
#9 GUIDE POST
CAPSTAN
AZIMUTH SCREW
#8 GUIDE POST
TAKE UP REEL DISK
SUPPLY REEL DISK
Fig. 6-3 Location of Tape Transport Adjustment
PINCH ROLLER
FE HEAD
CYLINDER ASS'Y
GUIDE ROLLER "S"
GUIDE ROLLER "T"
POST TENSION
#8 GUIDE POST #9 GUIDE POST
#3 GUIDE POST
MAIN BASE
ACE HEAD
CAPSTAN SHAFT
Fig. 6-4 Tape Travel Diagram
6-4
6-2-2 Tape Transport System Adjustment
When parts are replaced, perform the required adjustments by referring to procedures for the tape transport
system. If there are any changes to the tape path, first run a T-120 tape and make sure excessive tape wrinkle does not occur at the tape guides.
◆ If tape wrinkle is observed at the guide roller S, T, turn the guide roller S, T until wrinkle disappears.
◆ If the tape wrinkle is still observed at the tape guide, perform the tilt adjustment of the ACE head.
(1) ACE Head Assembly Adjustment
a. ACE HEAD HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
1) Run the alignment tape (Color bar) in the playback mode.
2) Observe surface of the audio head using a dental mirror.
3) Turn screw (C) clockwise or counterclockwise until the gap of lower tape edge and the lower edge of the control head is about 0.25mm.
(Refer to Fig. 6-5 and 6-6)
SCREW (C)
HIGHT SCREW
SCREW (A)
TI LT SCREW
SCREW (D)
X-POSITION LOCKING
X-POSITION
ADJUST SLIT
SCREW (B)
AZIMUTH ADJUST
Fig. 6-5 Location of ACE Head Adjustment Screw
AUDIO HEAD
VIDEO HEAD
0 ~ 0 .25 mm
CONTROL HEAD
Fig. 6-6 ACE Head Height Adjustment
6-5
b. ACE HEAD TILT ADJUSTMENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
Playback a blank tape and observe the position of the tape at the lower flange of tape guide.
Confirm that there is no curl or wrinkle at the lower flange of tape guide as shown in Fig. 6-7 (B).
If a curl or wrinkle of the tape occurs, slightly turn the screw (A) tilt adjust on the ACE head ass’y.
Reconfirm the ACE head height.
(A)
(B)
(BAD)
(GOOD)
WRINKLE
Fig. 6-7 Tape Guide Check
c. AUDIO AZIMUTH ADJUSTMENT
1) Load alignment tape (Mono scope) and playback the 7KHz signal.
2) Connect channel-1 scope probe to audio output.
3) Adjust screw (B) to achieve maximum audio level. (See Fig. 6-5)
6-6
d. ACE HEAD POSITION (X-POINT) ADJUSTMENT
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Playback the alignment tape (Color bar)
Intermittently short-circuit the two Test Points on Main PCB . (See Fig. 6-2)
Press the “0, 5” remote control buttons, then adjustment is operates automatically. (See Fig. 6-1)
Connect the CH-1 probe to “Envelope” the CH-2 probe to “H’D switching pulse” and then trigger to CH-1.
Insert the (-) driver into the X-Point adjustment hole and adjust it so that envelope waveform is maximum.
Test point: TP2 (Audio Output)
TP3 (Envelope)
TP4 (H’D S/W -Trigger)
TP5 (Control Pulse)
AUDIO OUTPUT
ENVELOPE
HEAD SWITCHING
CONTROL PULSE
Fig. 6-8 Location of Test point (VCR Main PCB-Top View)
6-7
(2) Linearity adjustment (Guide roller S, T adjustment)
1) Playback the Mono Scope alignment tape (SP mode).
2) Observe the video envelope signal on an oscilloscope (triggered by the video switching pulse).
3) Make sure the video envelope waveform (at its minimum) meets the specification shown in Fig. 6-9.
If it does not, adjust as follows :
Note:
a=Maximum output of the video RF envelope.
b=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the entrance side.
c=Minimum output of the video RF envelope at the center point.
d=Maximum output of the video RF envelope at the exit side.
4) If the section A in Fig. 6-10 does not meet the specification, adjust the guide roller S up or down.
5) If the section B in Fig. 6-10 does not meet the specification, adjust the guide roller T up or down.
c
a
b
d
abcd
63%
c,b,d/a
Fig. 6-9 Envelope Waveform Adjustment
H'D SWITCHING PULSE
A
ENVELOPE
B
A
B
Fig. 6-10 Adjustment Points
6-8
6) Play back the Mono Scope alignment tape (SP mode).
7) Connect an oscilloscope CH-1 to the “Envelope” and CH-2 to the “H’D SW Pulse” for triggering.
8) Turn the guide roller heads with a flat head (
) driver to obtain a flat video RF envelope as shown in Fig. 6-11.
IDEAL ENVELOPE
S HEIGHT TOO HIGH
T HEIGHT TOO HIGH
S HEIGHT TOO LOW
GUIDE ROLLER S
T HEIGHT TOO LOW
GUIDE ROLLER T
Fig. 6-11 Guide Roller S, T Height Adjustment
(3) Check Transitional Operation from RPS to Play
Check transition from RPS mode to play mode : Using a pre-recorded SP tape, make sure the entry side of envelope comes to an appropriate
steady state within 3 seconds (as shown in Fig. 6-12).
If the envelope waveform does not reach specified peak-to peak amplitude within 3 seconds, adjust as follows :
1) Make sure there is no gap between the supply roller lower flange and the tape.
If there is a gap, adjust the supply guide roller again.
2) Change operation mode from the RPS to the play mode (again) and make sure the entry side of envelope rises within 3 second.
ENTRANCE SIDE ENVELOPE
Fig. 6-12 Video Envelope Rising when Operation mode Changes from RPS to Play Mode
6-9
(4) Envelope Check
1) Make recordings on T-120 (E-120) and T-160 (E-180) tape.
Make sure the playback output envelope meets the specification as shown in Fig. 6-13.
2) Play back a self recorded tape (recording made on the unit using with T-120 (E-120).
The video envelope should meet the specification as shown in Fig. 6-13.
In SP mode, (A) should equal (B).
If the head gap is wide, upper cylinder should be checked.
A
B
Fig. 6-13 Envelope Input and Output Level
(5) Tape Wrinkle Check
1) Run the T-160 (E-180) tape in the playback, FPS, RPS and Pause modes and observe tape wrinkle at each guide.
2) If excessive tape wrinkle is observed, perform the following adjustments in Playback mode :
◆ Tape wrinkle at the guide roller S, T section : Linearity adjustment.
◆ Tape wrinkle at tape guide flange : ACE head assembly coarse adjustment.
6-2-3 Reel Torque
1)
2)
3)
4)
The rotation of the capstan motor causes the holder clutch ass’y to rotate through the belt pulley.
The spring wrap PLAY/REV of holder clutch ass’y drives the disk reel S, T through gear idler by rotation of gear center ass’y.
Brake is operated by slider cam at FF/REW mode.
Transportation of accurate driving force is done by gears. (Gear Center Ass’y)
Note: If the spec. does not meet the followings specifications, replace the holder clutch ass’y and then recheck.
< Table 6-1 >
MODE
TORQUE g/cm
GAUGE
PB
42 ± 11
Cassette Torquemeter
RPS
145 ± 30
Cassette Torquemeter
6-10E
NO
F1S01 is normal?
Change fuse
Is the measurement of
power with in normal value?
is the SMPS to Main connector
properly connected?
NO
Check power and front connector
YES
YES
D1S05, D1S06, D1S07
SHORT and OPEN
are normal?
NO
Change short circuited or
opened parts
YES
Is there voltage at
Collector of
Q1S01
XT601 14.318MHz
oscillation is normal?
NO
Check the circuity around the clock
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
Key Operation or
Remote Control Error
No Power Detected
(stand by LED OFF)
YES
NO
Check 2'st Voltage
Check the circuity
around IC601 reset?
7-1
NO
Check the circuity around
IC601 reset
NO
Check the soldering around the
IC601
YES
YES
Operation of
Q1S01 is
normal?
NO
Replace Q1S01
Check the soldering
around IC601 good?
YES
YES
Check feedback IC1S02
Key operatious such
as STOP,PLAY,OPEN
are normal?
NO
Check the circuity around the swith.
check the condition of commmunication
with Main Micom
(IC601,4,6,14,15,16,RRQ,SRQ,SCLK,
DATA-IN,DATA-OUT)
End repairs
STOP,PLAY,OPEN
Key operatious are
normal?
YES
Change IC701
SLV-D271P/D370P
YES
PLAY MODE
INOPERATIVE
MECHANISM DOESN'T
OPERATE IN PLAY MODE
(VCR Section)
(VCR Section)
TURN VCR POWER ON
NO
EE-VIDEO
SEE
(VIDEO MISSING IN EE MODE)
LOAD A TAPE AND
PRESS PLAY BUTTON
YES
INSERT THE CASETTE
TAPE RECORDED BY
ANOTHER VCR AND
PRESS PLAY BUTTON
TAPE LOADING
OPERATION
NO
(LOAD)
IC601-59:HIGH
IC601-60:LOW
YES
YES
PLAY
INDICATOR
IN THE DISPLAY
NO
PRESS PLAY KEY
IN REMOTE
CONTROL
YES
NO
CHECK
IC601, XT601
CHECK CN604
8pin 12V
YES
7-2
CHECK TIMER
CYLINDER
ROTATION
NO
CHECK CYLINDER
YES
MECHANISM
OPERATION
YES
NO
YES
SEE (PB VIDEO) AUDIO MISSING
IN PLAY MODE
SW 30Hz
IC601-23
DOES NOT OPERATE
OR OPERATES
BUT STOP SOON
NO
PB-VIDEO
SEE
(MECHANISM DOES NOT
OPERATE IN PLAY MODE)
YES
SEE
VIDEO MISSING
IN PLAY MODE
A
NO
CYL FG.PG
IC601-65
NO
CHECK
START (S601)
IC601
A
RECORD MODE
DOESN'T OPERATE
CAPSTAN
ROTATION
NO
SEE
(CAPSTAN DOES NOT
ROTATE)
(VCR Section)
NO
PLAY
OPERATION
SEE
(PLAY MODE
DOESN'T OPERATE)
YES
YES
(S.T REEL)
IC601-1.2
DC
TAKE UP REEL SENSOR
SUPPLY REEL SENSOR
(PT601.PT602)
STOP MODE
CHECK
LOADING MOTOR
MECHANISM OR SW603
LOAD VCR WITH A
BLANK TAPE AND
PRESS RECORD BUTTON
PULSE
EJECT
PROG.SW STATE
IC601-62, 63, 64
NO
REC MODE
SAFETY TAB
YES
YES
YES
7-3
CHANGE SW602
CHANGE IC601
D-REC A (H)
IC601-30
NO
CHECK IC601
YES
NO
REC-VIDEO
YES
SEE
(AUDIO MISSING IN
RECORD MODE)
SEE
(VIDEO MISSING IN
RECORD MODE)
CHANGE TAPE
FAST FORWARD
DOESN'T OPERATE
FWD SEARCH DOESN'T
OPERATE
(VCR Section)
(VCR Section)
LOAD TAPE AND
PRESS F.FWD BUTTON
PLAY
OPERATION
F.FWD
INDICATOR IN
THE DISPLAY
NO
PRESS FF
KEY IN REMOTE
CONTROL
YES
YES
NO
NO
SEE
(PLAY DOESN'T OPERATE)
YES
CHANGE IC601, XT601
PRESS F.FWD FOR
FORWARD SEARCH
CHECK TIMER
7-4
CHECK CN604
2pin 15V?
4pin 5V?
5.9pin 3.2V?
IS CAPSTAN
SPEED CHANGED?
NO
SEARCH
OPERATION
CHANGE DECK
NO
CHECK POWER BLOCK
YES
YES
YES
END
CHECK CN604
5.9pin 3.2V
NO
CHECK IC601
NOISE BAR
LOCKING
YES
YES
IC601 68pin
FG pulse
NO
CHECK
MECHANISM
(CONTROL PULSE)
IC601-76
YES
CHECK CAPSTAN MOTOR
CHECK IC601
YES
NO
CHECK CAPSTAN
MOTOR
NO
ADJUST
A/CE HEAD
NO
CHANGE IC601
CASSETTE LOADING
MECHANISM
DOES NOT OPERATE
VIDEO MISSING IN
EE MODE
(VCR Section)
(VCR Section)
PLACE VCR IN STOP MODE
TURN THE VCR
POWER ON AND
INSERT A TAPE
LINE 2 INPUT
TAPE DETECTED
NO
CST IN MODE
IC601-87:HIGH(5V)
NO
CHECK
START SENSOR (S601)
IC601
IC301-26
VIDEO OUT
NO
YES
YES
IC301-53,54
VIDEO DATA/
CLOCK
NO
CHECK
IC601
NO
CHECK
R638, C626,
C622
YES
YES
CHANGE IC301
NO
PRESS EJECT BUTTON
CN604 8pin 12V?
CHECK
DM B+ LINE
IC601-49, 50
VIDEO IN
NO
YES
YES
IC601-50
SYNC IN
YES
7-5
CHECK OSD PICTURE
IC610-59:HIGH(5V)
IC610-58:LOW(0V)
YES
Q801-E
VIDEO OUT
CHANGE IC610
NO
CHECK IC801, Q801
YES
NO
IC601-59:LOW(0V)
IC601-58:HIGH(5V)
YES
CHECK
CASSETT LOADING
MECHANISM
CHECK
R804
CHECK
LINE OUT
YES
NO
CHECK
C832, R805
CHANGE IC601
NO
YES
TM VIDEO
IN PIN 5
NO
CHECK TM BLOCK
VIDEO MISSING IN
RECORD MODE
IC301-21pin
VIDEO signal out?
(VCR Section)
NO
E-E mode and IC301-26pin
CHECK VIDEO signal out
YES
IC301-22pin
VIDEO signal out?
VIDEO MISSING IN
PLAY MODE
VIDEO EE MODE
OPERATION
(VCR Section)
NO
SEE PAGE 7-5
(VIDEO MISSING IN EE MODE)
YES
NO
CHECK C305
PLACE THE VCR PLAY MODE
YES
IC301-14pin
CHECK REC FM signal?
NO
CHECK IC301-23pin Power
5Vp-p
VIDEO FM
IC301-14
NO
H'D SW
IC301-57
NO
7-6
YES
YES
CHECK
VIDEO HEAD
YES
IC301-70pin
REC FM signal in?
CHECK
IC601-23
NO
CHECK IC301-68pin Power
5Vp-p and R320
VIDEO
IC301-22
NO
CHECK
C305
YES
IC301-73pin (SP)
IC301-66pin (SLP)
CHECK REC FM signal?
NO
CHECK drum wafen and
VIDEO head
YES
VIDEO
IC301-26
YES
VIDEO
IC801-12
YES
VIDEO
IC801-20
YES
NO DEFECT RECORD MODE
NO
CHANGE IC301
NO
CHECK Q802
NO
CHECK IC801
YES
CHECK VIDEO
OUT LINE
COLOR MISSING IN
RECORD MODE
(VIDEO IN)
RECORD MODE
(VCR Section)
NO
NOTE: XT301 - Always (3.579545MHz)
SEE PAGE 7-6
(VIDEO MISSING IN RECORD
MODE)
COLOR MISSING IN
PLAY MODE
FM-ENV
IC301-14
(VCR Section)
NO
NOTE: XT301 - Always (3.579545MHz)
SEE PAGE 7-6
(VIDEO MISSING IN PLAY MODE)
YES
YES
COLOR signal
IC301-46
NO
CHECK XT301
NO
CHANGE XT301
COLOR-MONITOR
IC301-46
YES
NO
COLOR-KILLER
IC301-"6"(2V)
NO
NO
CHANGE IC301
SW 30HZ
IC301-57
7-7
COLOR KILLER
IC301 "60"(2V)
NO
CHECK THE REC LINE
CHECK
IC301-26
YES
YES
CHANGE
IC301
YES
CHECK IC301-48, 51
XT301
YES
CHANGE
IC301
NO
CHECK IC601
OSD PICTURE
MISSING
(VCR Section)
BLUE MISSING IN
STOP MODE
(VCR Section)
SELECT LINE MODE
WITHOUT INPUT SIGNAL
CHECK IC601-37, 38pin
14.318MHz signal out
NO
CHECK C618,C619
SHOW WEAK
CHANNEL NO IN CHANNEL
SETUP OF OSP SETUP
YES
CHECK IC601-52,53pin
AFC signal out
NO
YES
CHECK C626, R639
NO
SET THE SHOW WEAK
CHANNELS TO "NO"
YES
CHECK IC601-37, 38pin
14.318MHz out
NO
CHECK C618, C619
CHANGE IC601
YES
7-8
CHECK IC601-52, 53pin
AFC signal
NO
CHECK C626, R639
YES
CHECK IC601-50pin
SYNK signal
YES
CHANGE IC601
NO
CHECK C622, R638
AUDIO MISSING IN
EE Section)
MODE
(VCR
AUDIO MISSING IN
REC MODE
(VCR Section)
(VCR Section)
VCR STOP MODE
CHECK
AUDIO MISSING
IN EE MODE
INPUT CHOICE
MODE
IC501-9, 10,
14, 15pin Audio
signal input
L1/L2
NO
CHECK
R619, R620
R627, R626
YES
TUNER
MONO
MISSING AUDIO
IC501-48pin
AUDIO SIGNAL
INPUT
CHECK C529
HIFI
YES
CHECK
IC501-42, 43pin
NO
CHECK
IC601
YES
7-9
IC501-53, 57 pin
AUDIO SIGNAL
MONO
NO
IC501-53, 57
AUDIO SIGNAL
NO
CHANGE
IC501
NO
CHECK
L504, C512 CHANGE IC501
YES
NO
Change
IC501
YES
IC801-14, 15pin
AUDIO SIGNAL
NO
IC501-21
AUDIO FM
Check
IC801
YES
YES
CHECK
C815, C821
R801, R802
CHECK CYLINDER
AUDIO MISSING
IN PB MODE
MONO
CHECK AUDIO MISSING
IN PB MODE
NO
CHECK
PB MODE
CHECK "AUDIO
MISSING IN EE MODE"
YES
IC301-76
AUDIO SIGNAL
IC501-62
AUDIO SIGNAL
NO
(VCR Section)
YES
CHECK
C542, R517, R518
PLACE THE VCR IN PB MODE
NO
YES
IC301-10
AUDIO SIGNAL
CHANGE IC501
NO
CHECK
IC301-58, 59 AND CHANGE IC301
MONO
HIFI
YES
IC301-9
AUDIO FM SIGNAL
AUDIO SELECT
NO
CHANGE
IC301
IC501-22, 24
AUDIO FM(MIXED)
NO
CHECK
IC501-27(A.H D SW)
CHANGE CYLINDER OR
IC501
7-10
YES
YES
IC301-7
MIX SIGNAL
(AUDIO+70KHz)
NO
CHECK
R331
NO
IC301-53, 54
CHECK (CLOCK, DATA)
CHANGE
IC501
YES
Q304
OSCILLATION
YES
CHECK
A/CE HEAD
NO
CHECK
Q304, Q305, C354
IC301-6
AUDIO SIGNAL
YES
CHECK C349, R333 or
CHANG IC301
NO
CHECK ACE HEAD
C353, C348, R332
AND CHANGE IC301
(VCR Section)
NO SERVO LOCK
CAPSTAN DOES
NOT ROTATE
PLAY
CN604-2
15V
(VCR Section)
NO
CHECK
B+ IN THE POWER BLOCK
NO
CHECK
5V AT AL5V LINE
IN THE POWER BLOCK
NO
IC601-35
OUTPUT(PWM)
YES
IC601-68
C-FG
NO
CHECK
CN604-1
CN604-3
AL 5V
YES
YES
IC601-76
CTL PULSE
NO
PLACE THE VCR
IN PLAY MODE
YES
7-11
CHECK
CTL PULSE AC
LEVEL (SP. SLP:
OVER 1Vp-p)
YES
NO
CHECK
A/CE HEAD
CN604-9
3.2V
YES
NO
CHANGE
IC601
YES
CHECK R607
CHANGE
IC601
CN604-5
2.6V
YES
CHECK
CAPSTAN MOTOR
NO
CN601-33
OUTPUT(PWM)
YES
CHECK
R615, C606, R671
NO
CHECK
IC601
DRUM DOES
NOT ROTATE
CN604-6
12V
(VCR Section)
NO
CHECK
12V AT PC12V LINE
IN THE POWER BLOCK
YES
NO
CN604-3
5V
CHECK 5V LINE
YES
CN604-12
2.5V
NO
CN601-34 PWM OUT
7-12
YES
YES
CHECK
CYLINDER MOTOR
CHECK
R631, R617, R618, C609, C610
NO
CHANGE IC601
No focus incoming
PWMO in DIC1-148
is within specified range?
No pick-up home positing
(DVD Section)
No
Check DIC1 and A, B, C, D input.
(PWMO Waveform)
No
(SLD Waveform)
No
Check DRIC1.
SLED+, SLEDDRIC-13, 14 output are
normal?
Yes
7-13
Yes
Check open state from
DRIC1 to pick-up.
Check DIC1
Yes
Yes
DRIC-25, 26 output
are normal?
DIC1-75(DVR0)
output is normal?
(1.7V ~ 1.8V)
(DVD Section)
Check the Sled Motor and connection
No
Check DRIC1
NO DVD LD ON
DIC1-124 is "H"?
Abnormal rotation of
disc motor
(DVD Section)
No
Check DIC1
Yes
QLP2 Collector is "L"?
Input of A, B, C, D
signal is normal?
(DIC1-114~117)
(DVD Section)
No
Check DIC1 perpheral circuit
and DCON3 connector
Yes
No
Check QLP2
SPDRV output is normal?
(DIC1-76)
No
Resoldering DIC1.
Yes
Yes
MDQ1 Collector is "H"?
7-14
Yes
Check LD of Pick-up.
No
Check MDQ1
DIC1-140(SPDL-SENS)
Input is normal?
Yes
Check disc motor.
No
Check DRIC1 soldering.
No Tray open/close
CD/VCD/DVD L/R output error
(Mixed Audio output)
(DVD Section)
Normal ADOUT is
input in AIC2-2?
DIC1-55 is Open ; "L" ?
Close ; "H" ? DIC1-58 is Open : "H"?
Close : "L"?
No
Check DIC1 perpheral circuit.
Yes
(DVD Section)
No
Check DIC1-176 output.
(ADOUT Waveform)
Yes
CHECK
AIC2-7, 8pin output is
normal?
No
(Vout Waveform)
Check DIC1-163
(CD/VCD ; 16.9344MHz,
DVD ; 18.432MHz)
Yes
Check DRIC1-17, 18
output at OPEN/CLOSE
7-15
Yes
Check signal line state from
DRIC1-17, 18 to tray motor.
No
Check DRIC1 perpheral circuit
and DCON1 connector.
(OPEN Waveform)
AIC4-1, 7 output
is normal?
No
Check AIC4 peripheral circuit.
Yes
Base terminal level
of AQ3, AQ6
are "L"?
Yes
Check PCB peripheral
Pattern shot.
No
Check VCR-MICOM mute
S-Video output error
VIC1-28, 31 output
is normal?
Y/Pr/Pb output error
(DVD Section)
No
Check the circuit of DIC1, VIC1
No
Check the circuit DIC1 and VIC1
Yes
Yes
S-JACK output
is normal?
VIC1-21, 23, 25pin
output is normal?
(DVD Section)
No
Yes
Check the connection of s-video cable
Check the connection between
VIC1 and S-JACK
JACK1 output level
is normal?
No
Yes
Check the connection component cable
Check the connection between
VIC1 and JACK1
7-16
CVBS output error
VIC1-33
Output is normal?
No
Check the circuit of DIC1, VIC1.
Yes
IC801-4
Output is normal?
No
Check the connection between
DVD part and VCR part.
No
Check the connection between
IC801 and JK801.
Yes
7-17
JK801
Output is normal?
Yes
Check the connection of
CVBS cable.
MEMO
7-18E
SLV-D271P/D370P
8. REPAIR PARTS LIST
8-1 Exploded Views - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-2
8-1-1 Cabinet Assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-2
8-1-2 VCR Mechanical Parts (Top Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-3
8-1-3 VCR Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-4
8-1-4 DVD Mechanical Parts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-5
8-2 Electrical Parts List - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
8-6
8-1
8-1 EXPLODED VIEWS
NOTE:
• -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may
have some differences from the original one.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they
are seldom required for routine service. Some
delay should be anticipated when ordering these
items.
• The mechanical parts with no reference number
in the exploded views are not supplied.
The components identified by mark 0 or
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
8-1-1 Cabinet Assembly
not supplied
not supplied
P002
4
W202
A001
P025
W001
W252
not supplied
C015
3
W202
not supplied
(
2
Except for Assy Cylinder,
Head Cleaner Assy
)
not supplied
not supplied
C003
1
C002
C012
C001
Ref. No.
1
2
3
4
Part No.
Description
Remarks
9-885-101-41
9-885-101-19
9-885-101-44
9-885-067-49
A001
SPRING ETC-DOOR TRAY
ASSY DECK
ASSY DVD DECK
BATTERY COVER (COMBO EURO)
(for RMT-V501E)
9-885-079-55 COMMANDER (RMT-V501E), (TYPE)
C001
C001
C002
9-885-101-39 ASSY PANEL FRONT D370P (D370P)
9-885-101-40 ASSY PANEL FRONT D271P (D271P)
9-885-101-43 DOOR TRAY
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
C003
C012
C015
P002
0 P025
9-885-101-42
9-885-037-13
9-885-081-94
9-885-101-31
9-885-061-02
DOOR CASSETTE
SPRING ETC MASK
CASE (05COMBO_S), UPPER
PWB MAIN ASSY
POWER CORD EP2
W001
W202
W252
8-2
3-078-566-01 SCREW TAP M3 L10 BLK
9-885-069-85 SCREW-TAPTITE ZPC (YEL) SWR
3-075-262-01 SCREW BH 4X12
Remarks
8-1-2 VCR Mechanical Parts (Top Side)
T001
not supplied
not supplied
T077
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
T015
not supplied
W016
not supplied
not supplied
T025
not supplied
T023
T071
not supplied
T024
T003
T028
T019
W201
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
T027
not supplied
not supplied
T020
not supplied
not supplied
T028
not supplied
not supplied
W015
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
T001
T003
T010
T015
T019
9-885-101-30
1-796-434-11
9-885-101-27
9-885-101-25
9-885-101-23
ASSY CYLINDER 6HD
LOADING ASSY, MOTOR
ASSY ACE HEAD
ASSY UNIT PINCH
REEL S
T020
T023
T024
9-885-101-22 REEL T
9-885-101-21 ASSY LEVER TENSION
3-067-782-01 SPRING-TENSION LEVER
Ref. No.
Remarks
8-3
Part No.
Description
T025
T027
T028
T071
T077
9-885-101-20
9-885-101-24
3-067-786-01
9-885-101-28
9-885-101-18
ASSY BAND BRAKE
ASSY LEVER BRAKE T
SPRING-BRAKE
GUIDE CASSETTE DOOR
ASSY HEAD CLEANER
W015
W016
W201
3-075-254-01 SCREW ASSY MAC 3X6
9-885-061-04 SCREW TAP 2.6X5.6
9-885-067-38 SCREW MAC 3X3.3
Remarks
8-1-3 VCR Mechanical Parts (Bottom Side)
T046
W018
not supplied
not supplied
T044
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not
supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
W019
Ref. No.
T044
T046
Part No.
Description
Ref. No.
Remarks
9-885-101-26 MOTOR CAPSTAN
3-067-790-01 BELT-PULLEY
W018
W019
8-4
Part No.
Description
9-885-056-92 SCREW TAP M2.6 L7
9-885-061-03 SCREW CAP 2.6X6
Remarks
8-1-4 DVD Mechanical Parts
W212
not supplied
not supplied
not supplied
W012
H241
H206
H211
H203
not supplied
W273
not
supplied
H210
W010
H202
not supplied
H204
H205
H105
not supplied
H207
H106
H103
W011
not supplied
H108
H104
not supplied
DSW1
The components identified by mark 0 or
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
DSW1
H103
H104
H105
H106
9-885-037-05
9-885-061-29
9-885-061-33
3-078-583-01
9-885-061-28
SWITCH DETECTOR
PULLEY GEAR
MOTOR LOADING ASSY
BELT RECTANGULAR
GEAR TRAY
H108
H202
H203
H204
H205
9-885-079-57
9-885-061-30
3-078-588-01
9-885-063-66
9-885-063-67
DISC TRAY
RUBBER INSULATOR
SHAFT PU
GEAR-FEED A
GEAR-FEED B
Remarks
8-5
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
H206
H207
H210
0 H211
H241
9-885-037-23
9-885-079-52
9-885-037-22
9-885-101-45
9-885-081-64
HOLDER-CAM SKEW
MOTOR DC-SPINDLE
MOTOR FEED ASSY
ASSY PICK UP
FFC (DVD DECK)
W010
W011
W012
W212
W273
3-078-592-01
9-885-037-07
9-885-037-08
9-885-079-48
9-885-079-47
SCREW TAP 2X6
SCREW MAC 1.7X3
SCREW TAP 1.7X5
SCREW-TAPTITE ZPC (YEL) L3
SCREW-TAPTITE ZPC (BLK) L6
Remarks
DVD MAIN FUNCTION TIMER
8-2 ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST
NOTE:
• Due to standardization, replacements in the
parts list may be different from the parts
specified in the diagrams or the components
used on the set.
• -XX, and -X mean standardized parts, so they
may have some difference from the original one.
• RESISTORS
All resistors are in ohms.
METAL: metal-film resistor
METAL OXIDE: Metal Oxide-film resistor
F: nonflammable
• Not all of the parts are listed.
Ref. No.
Part No.
• Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are
seldom required for routine service. Some delay
should be anticipated when ordering these items.
• SEMICONDUCTORS
In each case, u: µ, for example:
uA...: µA... , uPA... , µPA... ,
uPB... , µPB... , uPC... , µPC... ,
uPD..., µPD...
• CAPACITORS:
uF: µF
• COILS
uH: µH
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
DVD MAIN BOARD
***************
Notes: PWB MAIN ASSY must be replaced if DIC2 (Flash Memory) is
damaged or not functioning.
The old PWB MAIN ASSY must be completely disposed.
9-885-101-31 PWB MAIN ASSY
< DIODE >
* AD1
* AD2
LDD1
9-885-101-32 DIODE
9-885-101-32 DIODE
1-805-013-11 DIODE
DAN202K
DAN202K
DAP202K
< FILTER >
DAL2
Part No.
When indicating parts by reference number,
please include the board name.
The components identified by mark 0 or
dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number specified.
Description
Remarks
MDL4
1-400-316-11 CORE-FERRITE BEAD
OR2
PHL10
PL2
PPBD1
PPL3
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
PPL4
PPL10
VBD1
VBD2
VL1
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
VL2
VL3
VL4
VL5
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
9-885-069-75 FILTER-EMI SMD
< TRANSISTOR >
< IC >
AIC2
AIC4
DIC1
DIC2
DIC4
9-885-060-87 IC (D/A CONVERTER)
1-805-028-11 IC 4560 (OP AMP)
9-885-063-15 IC MN2DS0005 (A/V DECODER)
IC (FLASH MEMORY) (Refer to Notes)
1-805-022-11 IC 74VHCT125A (CMOS LOGIC)
DIC5
DRIC1
PPIC1
PPIC2
VIC1
9-885-101-34
9-885-101-33
1-805-031-11
9-885-060-90
9-885-037-03
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
K4S641632 (DRAM)
FAN8026 (MOTOR DRIVER)
3RD13 (V REGULATOR)
(POSI ADJUST REG)
LA73054 (VIDEO PROCESS)
< FERRITE BEAD >
AL1
AL2
AL3
AL4
CNL1
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CNL2
CVL0
CVL1
CVL2
DABD1
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
JL1
JL2
MDL2
MDL3
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
1-400-316-11
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
CORE-FERRITE BEAD
AQ1
AQ2
AQ3
AQ4
AQ5
1-805-017-11
1-805-018-11
1-805-016-11
1-805-017-11
1-805-018-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR KSR2103
TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR KSR2103
AQ6
LDQ1
LDQ2
LDQ3
MDQ1
1-805-016-11
1-805-016-11
1-805-016-11
1-805-016-11
1-805-014-11
TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
TRANSISTOR KSA1182-Y
MDQ2
QLP1
QLP2
1-805-014-11 TRANSISTOR KSA1182-Y
1-805-016-11 TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
1-805-016-11 TRANSISTOR KSC1623-L
< VIBRATOR >
DY1
1-795-750-11 CRYSTAL UNIT (27MHz)
FUNCTION TIMER BOARD
*********************
< CAPACITOR >
C708
1-165-563-11 CONDENSER 0.1uF
< DIODE >
D706
8-6
1-804-407-11 DIODE
1N4148
FUNCTION TIMER VCR MAIN
Ref. No.
D707
ZD701
Part No.
Description
1-804-407-11 DIODE
1-804-416-11 DIODE ZENER
Remarks
Ref. No.
1N4148
MTZJ5.1B
< LED >
LD701
1-805-289-11 LED (PROGRESSIVE)
< SWITCH >
SW711
SW712
SW713
SW716
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
TACT SWITCH (OPEN/CLOSE (DVD))
TACT SWITCH (CH UP)
TACT SWITCH (CH DOWN)
TACT SWITCH (POWER)
VCR MAIN BOARD
***************
SC01A
Description
Remarks
D504
D505
D601
D603
D604
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-409-11
1-804-409-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N4148
1N4148
1N4148
1N4002
1N4002
D605
D606
D701
D702
D703
1-804-407-11
1-804-409-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N4148
1N4002
1N4148
1N4148
1N4148
D704
D705
D801
ZD1P02
ZD1P04
1-804-407-11
1-804-409-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-418-11
1-804-416-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE ZENER
DIODE ZENER
1N4148
1N4002
1N4148
MTZJ12B
MTZJ5.1B
ZD1P05
ZD1P06
ZD1S01
ZD1S02
* ZD1S03
1-804-418-11
1-804-416-11
1-805-265-11
9-885-036-94
9-885-101-35
DIODE ZENER
DIODE ZENER
DIODE ZENER
DIODE ZENER
DIODE ZENER
MTZJ12B
MTZJ5.1B
MTZJ4.3B
MTZJ20B
UZ6.2BSB
1-804-414-11 DIODE ZENER
1-804-416-11 DIODE ZENER
UZP33B
MTZJ5.1B
3-075-255-01 SCREW TAP 3X8
< CAPACITOR >
0 C1S04
0 C1S05
C1S07
C1S08
C1SS11
9-885-079-46
9-885-079-46
1-165-990-11
1-165-574-11
1-165-999-11
CONDENSER FILM 0.1uF
CONDENSER FILM 0.1uF
CONDENSER 100PF
CONDENSER FILM 10000PF
CONDENSER FILM 0.1uF
C318
C319
C513
C514
C538
1-100-020-11
1-100-020-11
1-100-020-11
1-100-020-11
1-100-020-11
CONDENSER 10000PF
CONDENSER 10000PF
CONDENSER 10000PF
CONDENSER 10000PF
CONDENSER 10000PF
C541
C625
C636
1-100-020-11 CONDENSER 10000PF
1-100-020-11 CONDENSER 10000PF
1-100-020-11 CONDENSER 10000PF
ZD401
ZD801
< DISPLAY >
DT701
9-885-101-38 LED DISPLAY
< FUSE >
< CONNECTOR >
CN301
CN303
Part No.
1-815-685-11 CONNECTOR FPC 10P
1-815-688-11 CONNECTOR FPC 6PSN
0 F1P01
0 F1P02
0 F1P03
0 F1P05
0 F1P06
1-576-729-11
1-576-729-11
1-576-729-11
1-576-729-11
1-576-729-11
0 F1P08
0 F1P09
0 F1S01
1-576-729-11 FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
1-576-729-11 FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
1-576-525-11 FUSE (1.6A/250V)
FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
FUSE-RADIAL LEAD (1A/50V)
< CABLE FLAT >
< FUSE CLIP >
CN303B 1-824-062-11 CABLE FLAT 6P
FC1S01 1-576-527-11 FUSE CLIP
FC1S02 1-576-527-11 FUSE CLIP
< DIODE >
D1P101
D1P102
D1P103
D1P105
D1P107
1-804-409-11
1-804-409-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-407-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N4002
1N4002
1N4148
1N4148
1N4148
D1P108
D1S01
D1S02
D1S03
D1S04
1-804-407-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
1-804-413-11
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
1N4148
1T5
1T5
1T5
1T5
D1S05
D1S06
D1S07
D1SS05
D1SS07
1-804-408-11
1-804-407-11
1-804-412-11
9-885-060-81
9-885-067-34
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE SCHOTTKY
DIODE SCHOTTKY
UF4007
1N4148
F1T4
SHK65
SRAF560
D1SS08
D1SS09
D1SS12
D1SS13
D503
9-885-067-34
1-804-412-11
1-804-412-11
1-804-411-11
1-804-407-11
DIODE SCHOTTKY
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
DIODE
SRAF560
F1T4
F1T4
UG2D
1N4148
< IC >
IC1S01
IC1SS1
IC1SS2
IC301
IC501
9-885-037-01
1-804-440-11
1-804-445-11
1-805-296-11
1-804-434-11
IC (PWM CONTROLLER)
PHOTO COUPLER
IC KA4318
IC LA71207 (VIDEO PROCESS)
IC AN3663FBP (SIGNAL PROCESSOR)
IC601
IC6B1
IC603
IC701
IC801
9-885-101-46
1-804-704-11
9-885-079-45
1-804-706-11
9-885-036-96
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC
IC802
1-805-028-11 IC 4560 (OP AMP)
(MICOM)
(RESET)
S524A (EEPROM)
(LED DRIVER)
BU4053BCFV (CMOS LOGIC)
< COIL >
BD1SS2 1-400-085-11 INDUCTOR
8-7
70uH
Note :
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
VCR MAIN
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
BD1SS3
L1P101
L1SS02
L1SS03
1-400-085-11
1-400-074-11
1-424-828-11
1-424-828-11
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
COIL CHOKE
COIL CHOKE
70uH
100uH
10uH
10uH
Remarks
L1SS04
L1SS05
L301
L302
L303
1-424-828-11
1-424-828-11
1-400-085-11
1-400-086-11
1-400-086-11
COIL CHOKE
COIL CHOKE
INDUCTOR
FERRITE CORE
FERRITE CORE
10uH
10uH
70uH
L304
L305
L307
L501
L502
1-400-086-11
1-400-086-11
1-400-074-11
1-400-074-11
1-400-086-11
FERRITE CORE
FERRITE CORE
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
FERRITE CORE
L601
L602
L603
L701
L801
1-400-086-11
1-400-074-11
1-400-074-11
1-400-074-11
1-400-085-11
FERRITE CORE
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
INDUCTOR
L802
L803
1-400-086-11 FERRITE CORE
1-400-074-11 INDUCTOR
Ref. No.
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Q802
Q803
9-885-043-26 TRANSISTOR
1-804-428-11 TRANSISTOR
KSR1104
KSR1004
Q804
Q805
Q806
Q807
Q808
1-804-429-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
1-804-421-11
KSR2001
KSC945
KSC945
KSC945
KSC945
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
< RESISTOR >
R1S13 1-245-575-11 R-METAL OXIDE
R1SS05 1-244-371-11 RESISTOR
100uH
100uH
2.2K
< THERMISTOR >
0 R1S04
100uH
100uH
100uH
70uH
9-885-101-36 THERMISTOR-NTC
< MODULE >
RM701
1-477-308-11 REMOCON MOD (TSOP2238WE1)
< PHOTO TRANSISTOR >
100uH
S601
S602
9-885-060-85 PHOTO TRANSISTOR (END SENSOR)
9-885-060-85 PHOTO TRANSISTOR (START SENSOR)
< LINE FILTER >
< SWITCH >
0 L1S02
1-456-179-11 COIL-LINE FILTER 25mH
< LED >
LD601
9-885-060-84 LED-IR (T/S LED)
SW602
SW603
SW701
SW702
SW703
9-885-101-37
9-885-061-06
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
SWITCH REC (REC SWITCH)
SWITCH MODE (MODE SWITCH)
TACT SWITCH (EJECT)
TACT SWITCH (REC)
TACT SWITCH (FF)
SW704
SW705
SW706
SW707
SW714
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
1-786-353-11
TACT SWITCH (REW)
TACT SWITCH (STOP)
TACT SWITCH (PAUSE)
TACT SWITCH (PLAY)
TACT SWITCH (VIDEO)
SW715
1-786-353-11 TACT SWITCH (DVD)
< TRANSFORMER >
0 PT1SD1 9-885-061-05 TRANS SWITCHING EER3124
< PHOTO INTERRUPTER >
PT601
PT602
9-885-060-86 PHOTO INTERRUPTER (S REEL)
9-885-060-86 PHOTO INTERRUPTER (T REEL)
< TRANSISTOR >
< TUNER >
Q1P101
Q1P102
Q1P103
Q1P105
Q1P106
9-885-060-83
1-804-429-11
1-804-421-11
9-885-060-83
9-885-060-83
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSC2328AY
KSR2001
KSC945
KSC2328AY
KSC2328AY
Q1P107
Q1P108
Q1P109
Q1P110
Q1P111
9-885-060-83
1-804-429-11
1-804-421-11
9-885-060-83
9-885-060-83
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSC2328AY
KSR2001
KSC945
KSC2328AY
KSC2328AY
Q1PL01
Q1PL02
Q1S01
Q302
Q303
1-804-427-11
1-804-419-11
9-885-036-95
9-885-060-82
1-805-016-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
FET SILICON
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSR1001
KSA643Y
KSA812
KSC1623-L
Q304
Q305
Q306
Q307
Q308
9-885-060-82
1-804-422-11
9-885-060-82
1-804-422-11
1-804-422-11
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
TRANSISTOR
KSA812
KTC3203
KSA812
KTC3203
KTC3203
Q601
Q701
Q801
9-885-043-26 TRANSISTOR
1-804-421-11 TRANSISTOR
1-805-016-11 TRANSISTOR
TM401
9-885-079-53 TUNER NTSC VHA35ASE
< VARISTOR >
VA1S01 1-804-437-11 VARISTOR
< VIBRATOR >
XT301
XT601
1-795-603-11 VIBRATOR CRYSTAL (3.6MHz)
1-795-996-11 CRYSTAL UNIT (14.318448MHz)
MISCELLANEOUS
**************
KSR1104
KSC945
KSC1623-L
8-8
DSW1
H104
H207
H210
0 H211
9-885-037-05
9-885-061-33
9-885-079-52
9-885-037-22
9-885-101-45
SWITCH DETECTOR
MOTOR LOADING ASSY
MOTOR DC-SPINDLE
MOTOR FEED ASSY
ASSY PICK UP
H241
0 P025
9-885-081-64 FFC (DVD DECK)
9-885-061-02 POWER CORD EP2
Note :
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with mark
0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part number
specified.
Ref. No.
T003
T010
T044
Part No.
Description
Remarks
Ref. No.
1-796-434-11 LOADING ASSY, MOTOR
9-885-101-27 ASSY ACE HEAD
9-885-101-26 MOTOR CAPSTAN
ACCESSORIES & PACKING MATERIALS
*******************************
2-671-544-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, SPANISH)
(D370P)
2-671-545-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH, SPANISH)
(D271P)
9-885-067-49 BATTERY COVER (COMBO EURO)
(for RMT-V501E)
9-885-079-55 COMMANDER (RMT-V501E), (TYPE)
8-9E
Part No.
Description
Remarks
SLV-D271P/D370P
Sony Corporation
Home Electronics Network Company
9-883-910-31
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2006B0500-1
© 2006. 2
Published by Quality Assurance Dept.
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