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LG W162W Owner's manual
VCP
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL: W162W
PAL
Before connecting, operating, or adjusting this
product, please read this instruction booklet
carefully and completely.
INTRODUCPEALYBK
RECODINGATLFM
PRECAUTIONS
Please read these
SAFETY PRECAUTION
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THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE
DISCONNECTED FROM THE
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precautions before you operate this unit.
Avoid extreme heat, cold, moisture and dust.
Avoid using near a magnetic field.
(This
MAINS POWER SUPPLY WHEN
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ITISNOTINUSE.DONOT
will
adversely
agent such
ALLOW THIS UNIT TO BE
EXPOSED TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
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CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC
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SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE
COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE.
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REFER SERVICING TO
affect the units
performance.)
is wiped with a volatile
benzene, alcohol, thinner, etc. or a chemically
Be careful when the surface of the
as
processed cloth, the surface finish may deteriorate or its coating may peel.
Use the unit only in a horizontal position, and do not place anything heavy on it.
Keep the unit away from flower vases, tubs, sinks, etc. If any
liquids should spill into unit, serious damage could occur. In
that case, please consult qualified service personnel.
Do not obstruct the ventilation holes: they prevent overheating.
Even soft materials such
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
case
er
as
paper and cloth may prevent prop-
ventilation of the unit.
WARNING
CONTENTS
THE RECORDING AND
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................2-5
PLAYBACK OF CERTAIN
MATERIAL MAY NOT BE DONE
REMOTE CONTROL .............................................................3
WITHOUT PERMISSION.
FRONT VIEW ........................................................................4
REAR VIEW...........................................................................5
VIDEO CHANNEL SETTING .................................................5
PREPARATION .....................................................................6-8
INSTALLATION ......................................................................6
DC POWER SOURCE ..........................................................7
THE VIDEO CASSETTE .......................................................8
a
PLAYBACK..........................................................................9-11
water vapor in the air will
NORMAL PLAYBACK ............................................................9
If you pour
glass,
condense
cold
a
on
liquid
into
the surface of the
This is moisture conden-
glass.
sation.
Moisture
PLAYBACK VARIATIONS
(SPECIAL EFFECTS)...........10-11
RECORDING ..........................................................................12
condensation
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...........................................13-14
drum, one of the
most crucial parts of the unit,
will cause damage to the tape.
ON SCREEN DISPLAY .......................................................13
the head
on
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE ....................................14
SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................................14
When the VCP is
exposed to a
rapid temperature change from
cold to warm, some condensation will occur. Under this condi-
tion,
connect the power cord to
the AC
button
line, press OPERATE
on
Condensation is
dry
likely
to
when
or
cold
room
from
to
a warm room
outdoors
to
your home.
2. A cold room is heated
3. The
2
AUTO VOLTAGE SYSTEM
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AUTO HEAD CLEANING
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CONVENIENT AUTOMATIC FUNCTIONS
humidity
is very
inside
quickly.
high.
B/G,
SECAM D/K DUAL SYSTEM
(AC
100
-
240V)
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QUICK START PLAYBACK FUNCTION
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VISUAL SEARCH FUNCTION
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JET SEARCH FUNCTION
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LOGIC SEARCH FUNCTION
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FREEZE FUNCTION
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FRAME ADVANCE FUNCTION
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AUTOMATIC REPEAT PLAYBACK
out.
1. The video unit is moved from
a
PAL
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and allow at least two
hours for the VCP to
occur
FEATURES
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(STILL),
STILL-SLOW EFFECT
HQ; HIGH QUALITY PICTURE ENHANCEMENT SYSTEM
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FUNCTION ON SCREEN DISPLAY
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TAPE COUNTER DISPLAY
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NTSC PLAYBACK ON PAL TV
REMOTE CONTROL
You
can
control almost all the functions of the VCP with the wireless remote control. The Remote
Control must have "Line of
in
an
angle
of 30
degrees
to the Remote Sensor
Sight"
on
OPERATE
and off.
on
To
PLAY
playback
operating
eject
video cassette.
OPERATE
EJECT
PLAY mode.
REW
the
tape during the
STOP mode, or for fast
ture search (REVIEW
tape during STOP
for fast forward
picture
(CUE mode) during the
or
search
REWIND/REVIEW
ing
tape.
To advance the
PLAY
rewind
the
FAST FORWARD/CUE
a
mode,
To
distance is about 25 feet.
EJECT
To turn the unit
To
the front of the VCP. It must be with-
either side of centre. The maximum
reverse
mode)
FF
STOP
pic-
A.REPEAT
P/STILL
STOP
To
REC
dur-
the PLAY mode.
DISPLAY
stop the tape (in any mode).
REC
TRK
(RECORD)
recording.
To start
AUTO REPEAT
To
play back a tape repeatedly.
(See "AUTO REPEAT FUNCTION"
on page 11.)
P(PAUSE)/STILL
To still/frame advance
picture during
playback (see page 11), to pause
during recording (see page 12.)
DISPLAY
To
display
(see
screen
functions
page
on
the
MANUAL TRACKING
TV
To clear streaks if
13.)
TV
screen
in the
( / )
they appear on the
playback mode.
OPERATION OF REMOTE CONTROL
Aim the remote control unit at the
sensor on
the front
panel
of
the VCP.
HOW TO INSTALL THE BATTERIES
1 Slide the battery compartment cover in the direction
2
of
arrow.
Insert 2 "AAA"-size batteries in the correct direction.
3 Replace
the
cover.
NOTES
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If the range is short, try new batteries.
object between the VCP and remote control unit may block
the invisible light beam and operation will be impossible.
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An
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Batteries installed backwards may leak and
Remote Control.
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Do not mix old and
line
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new
batteries
or
carbon
damage
your
types with alka-
types.
Remove the batteries from the
battery compartment
a long time.
if the
remote control will not be used for
3
FRONT VIEW
REMOTE SENSOR WINDOW
FUNCTION INDICATORS
Indicates the status of this unit.
Receives infrared rays from remote
control unit.
OPERATE and INDICATOR
CASSETTE COMPARTMENT
To turn the unit
Insert
and off.
on
When this button is
pressed
a
cassette in the
compartment.
to
ON, the OPERATE indicator
lights.
PLAY
To
OPERATE
A.T
SYSTEM
STOP/EJECT
stop
tape.
or
a
video cassette.
/
STOP/EJECT
To
playback
eject
REC
the
FF/
PLAY
REW/
REC
(RECORD)
recording.
To start
SYSTEM SELECT
REWIND/REVIEW
Press the SYSTEM button
To rewind the
repeatedly until the desired
system appears during playback or recording mode.
Each press of the SYSTEM button changes system as
fast
reverse
tape
picture
or
for
search.
shown below.
Source
Mode
PAL/
Recording
AUTO PALMESECAM
FAST FORWARD/CUE
MESECAM
Playback
AUTO PALMESECAM
To advance the
NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
forward
NTSC
Recording
Playback
4
System Change
NTSC-PB NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
picture
tape,
or
search.
for fast
REAR VIEW
AERIAL IN TERMINAL
Connect the external antenna to this terminal.
JACK; Connect this terminal
to the audio
external
input terminal on an
unit (Audio System, TV/Monitor,
VCR).
RF CHANNEL CONTROL
Turn this control to set the video channel
(CH32-CH40) correctly (whichever
being used in your area).
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
is not
Another
JACK; Connect this terminal
the video
input terminal on
(TV/Monitor, Another VCR).
an
to
external unit
AUDIO IN
JACK; Connect the audio output
RF OUT ANTENNA TERMINAL
cable from
an
Connect this terminal to the AERIAL
TV/Monitor, Another VCR) to this terminal.
VIDEO IN JACK; Connect the video output
antenna terminal
the back of the
on
cable
TV.
RF
from
external unit
an
external
(Audio System,
unit
(TV/Monitor,
OUT
40
32
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
K
AUDIO
VIDEO
+
G
DC IN 12V
IN
DC INPUT JACK
Input
K/G SELECT SWITCH
Set this K/G select switch K
depending
on
used for TV
the
or
G
position,
type of PAL colour system
in your
broadcasting
from
optional
DC 12V power
source.
POWER CORD
area.
Connect to any 100-240V, 50/60Hz AC outlet.
VIDEO CHANNEL SETTING
If this unit is connected to the TV via the
nector
cable, the video channel will have
Setting
1
The
40
32
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
K
AUDIO
VIDEO
coaxial
(see
DC IN 12V
IN
2
Turn
Set the K/G select switch to match your area's TV
4
Insert
5
Select the correct channel
will
If you connect a monitor
or a TV set equipped with
audio and video sockets,
adjustment will not be
this
Consult
necessary.
instructions
your TV set.
the
of
a
see
6)
playback
3
on
con-
page
set at UHF channel 36.
the TV set and the VCP.
system.
+
G
operating
the video channel with
output channel of the VCP is
RF.OUT
supplied
to be set.
pre-recorded
the
Changing
cassette and
begin playback.
(36) on your TV
picture being played in VCP.
set. And then you
the transmitter channel
If channel 36 is
already occupied at your TV set, or if the picture
is distorted, you can change the transmitter channel of the VCP.
Select an undistorted channel between 32 and 40 on your TV
set and store it.
CHANNEL control
with the
Use
on
a
the
small screwdriver to turn
rear
of the VCP, until you
slowly
are
the
satisfied
picture quality.
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INTRODUC
INSTALLATION
CONNECTION
(AERIAL)
Aerial
Coaxial connector cable
AERIAL
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
40
PREATION
(provided)
To
RF OUT
32
CHANNEL
OUT
AERIAL
K
G
AUDIO
VIDEO
+
DC IN 12V
IN
To
AERIAL
1
Remove the coaxial aerial cable from your TV set. Place this cable into the terminal marked
on the VCP.
"AERIAL"
2
Connect the aerial terminal
supplied coaxial
3 Plug into the AC
TV
viewing
To watch
a
on
your TV set to the RF
Socket
Output
on
the VCP with the
connector cable.
outlet.
while the VCP is connected
as
shown.
normal TV broadcast, turn the VCP off and select
a
TV station with the TV's chan-
nel selector.
CONNECTION
(AV)
Aerial
TV/MONITOR
RF.OUT
40
32
CHANNEL
AERIAL
OUT
AERIAL
K
AU
VO
+
G
DC IN 12V
IN
VIDEO IN
To VIDEO IN
To AUDIO OUT
The
1
advantage
2 Turn
3 Turn
TV
the VCP
the TV
viewing
a
To AUDIO IN
To VIDEO OUT
a
superior quality
TV with AUDIO/VIDEO
jacks
of
as
picture
and sound
during playback.
shown.
on.
on
and select the VIDEO
position
of TV's TV/VIDEO select button.
while the VCP is connected as shown.
position of TV's TV/VIDEO select button.
Select the TV
6
of this connection is
Connect the VCP to
AUDIO IN
DC POWER SOURCE
The VCP is
designed
for in-home
or
portable
use.
You
power it from standard AC adaptor, from the cigarette
socket in your vehicle, or a 12V DC power source.
TV MONITOR
can
lighter
DC INPUT JACK
Plug this adaptor into either the 12 volt DC outlet or cigarette
lighter socket. Plug the small plug into the DC input jack on the
VCP.
WARNING: When the unit is not in use,
from the
car
cigarette lighter
always disconnect
battery drain.
it
socket to avoid
Do not leave the unit in
70°C
Back of VCP
RF
40
or
the
a place where the temperature exceeds
pickup device may be damaged. Examples
include:
UT
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Inside
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Near
32
CHANNEL
(158°F),
a
a car
with the windows closed and in direct sunshine.
heating appliance.
OUT
AERIAL
K
AUDIO
VIDEO
+
G
DC IN 12V
CAUTIONS
IN
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DC POWER
CORD
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(not supplied)
The VCP and its DC power cord are designed for use in
vehicles that have 12-volt, negative ground electrical sysis standard for most
tems.
(This
has
a
different
tem
can
vehicles.)
If your vehicle
type of electrical system, the DC power sys-
not be used.
To
prevent electrical shock and possible damage to your
VCP or vehicle, always unplug the power cord from the
cigarette lighter
socket before you
remove
the
plug
from the
VCP.
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A 3 amp. 125
or
250V fuse for
protection
is installed in the
adaptor.
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3 amp. fused
While the
engine is being started, disconnect the DC plug
cigarette lighter socket.
operate the VCP when the car battery is discharged.
from the car's
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negative ground
Do not
Peak current from the
car
generator may
cause
the DC fuse
to blow.
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If the vehicle's
10
supply voltage drops below approximately
not work properly.
volts, the unit may
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PREATION
THE VIDEO CASSETTE
LOADING
Insert the video cassette with the window side up and the label
you. Press the middle of the tape slowly.
facing
UNLOADING
Press the
button in the STOP mode.
STOP/EJECT(or EJECT)
The cassette
compartment will open and the video
automatically
be
The cassette
long
as
as
partially ejected.
may also be ejected without engaging
sure
POWER ON
the VCP is connected to the wall outlet.
When the VCP is not in
Make
cassette will
use....
you rewind and
remove
the cassette after each
use.
NOTES
Loading
and
unloading
of the cassette
are
possible only
when
the power cord is connected to the wall outlet.
If the cassette has not been seated correctly by the unit, wait a
few seconds. The unit will sense the problem and eject the tape.
ACCIDENTAL ERASURE PREVENTION
Cassette has
a
tab to
prevent that recordings
are
not erased
accidentally.
To
prevent accidental
erasure,
break off the tab with
a
screwdriver.
To record
again,
cover
the hole with
cellophane tape.
TYPE OF VIDEO CASSETTES
VIDEO CASSETTE
MAXIMUM RECORDING/
LENGTH
PLAYBACK
E-240
4 Hrs.
PAL
E-180
3 Hrs.
&
E-120
2 Hrs.
MESECAM
E-90
1 Hr. 30 Mins.
TAPE TYPE
NTSC
E-60
1 Hr.
T-160
2 Hrs. 40 Mins.
T-120
2 Hrs.
VIDEO HEAD CLEANING
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Picture
playback may become blurred or interrupted even
the TV programme received is clear. This does not
that the recorded programme has been erased.
though
mean
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Dirt accumulation
on the head after long periods of use can cause
problems. In this case, the heads may require cleaning.
If high quality video tapes are used in this unit, the video heads
should not normally require cleaning, because of the built in
automatic head cleaner. However, it is possible that the heads
may become clogged when playing an old or damaged tape. If
the image on your screen resembles the picture on the left,
while playing back a tape, the heads may require cleaning.
To clean the heads, obtain a head cleaning tape from your
these
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local video dealer. Be
with the
8
cleaning tape,
sure
as
to follow the instructions that
excessive
use can
come
shorten head life.
NORMAL PLAYBACK
BEFORE PLAYBACK A TAPE
Check your tape programme system.
If your tape programme is PAL or MESECAM, set the
PAL
OPERATE
EJECT
MESECAM
or
button
system
the SYSTEM select
repeatedly.
Or ; if your
tape programme is NTSC
NTSC
to
system
NTSC-PB
PLAY
position by pressing
button
3.58
PAL TV
on
or
3.58
NTSC
or
4.43
by pressing
NTSC 4.43, set the
on
multi TV, or
the
SYSTEM
select
repeatedly.
NOTE
REW
FF
If the TV set
STOP
A.REPEAT
DISPLAY
P/STILL
REC
can
then the
not hold the NTSC vertical
will
synchronization
up and down.
The above symptom is not VCP malfunction.
signal,
picture
move
TO START PLAYBACK
TRK
1
Turn
on
the TV and set the video channel
same as
selected
on
on your TV, the
video's RF channel control.
2
Insert a pre-recorded video cassette, the VCP is turned on
automatically and playback starts automatically. If the cassette
has a safety tab, press the PLAY button to start playback.
3
After
the tape, press the STOP(or STOP/EJECT)
stop playback. Press the STOP/EJECT(or EJECT)
remove the tape.
viewing
button to
button to
TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
AUTO
TRACKING; When playback is started, the auto tracking
operates and adjusts automatically so the picture is opti-
function
FULL AUTO FUNCTION
mized.
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the
optimum point, A.T (AUTO TRACKING)
the front panel.
After completing the optimum point, A.T (AUTO TRACKING)
indicator is settled on the front panel.
During finding
indicator flickers
LOAD
AUTO
PLAY
TAPE
?
on
NOTES
This function will be
AUTO
REWIND
operated in normal playback mode.
poorly recorded tape, the noise level may fail to
optimum point. In this case, perform MANUAL
TRACKING adjustment as below.
If you use
reach the
MANUAL
AUTO
AUTO
TRACKING; Press TRACKING (
picture. May
noise bars up
POWER
OFF
best
a
EJECT
Tracking
inserted
is
or
or
also be used
down
on
automatically
the
screen.
reset to normal when the cassette is
the power cord is
plugged
AUTOMATIC PLAYBACK
You
can
enjoy
or ) buttons for
during searching to move the
in.
(FULL AUTO FUNCTION)
the convenient full auto function which is called
"AUTO PLAY".
If you insert a cassette tape without a safety tab in place into the
VCP, the video programme begins automatically. (Refer to
"FULL AUTO FUNCTION"
diagram.)
9
PLAYBACK VARIATIONS
You
can
enjoy
(SPECIAL EFFECTS)
your
playback picture
VISUAL SEARCH
OPERATE
EJECT
PLAY
(CUE
in various
and
playback
modes:
REVIEW)
During PLAYBACK mode...
1 Press the desired search button (REW or FF) once to begin
visual search. The tape will be played back in forward or
reverse direction about 7 times (PAL recorded tape)/5 times
(NTSC recorded tape) faster than the normal playback speed.
2 Press the PLAY button to resume normal speed playback.
NOTE
REW
A.REPEAT
DISPLAY
FF
STOP
If the VCP is left in the CUE
P/STILL
about 3 minutes, the VCP will automatically place itself in the
PLAY mode to protect the tape and the video heads.
TRK
REC
JET SEARCH
or
REVIEW mode for
more
than
(RAPID VISUAL SEARCH)
During the CUE or REVIEW mode...
1 Press and hold search button (REW or FF) continuously for
more than 1 second will be played back the tape in forward or
reverse direction about 9 times (PAL recorded tape)/7 times
(NTSC recorded tape) faster than the normal playback speed.
2 When you have reached the desired point of the tape, release
the REW
or
FF button
so
that the VCP enters the normal
mode.
playback
LOGIC SEARCH
During the STOP mode...
1 Press search button (REW
or
FF)
to start rewind
or
fast for-
ward.
2
Press and hold search button
viewed at 7 times
ed
3
tape)
(PAL
faster than the
(REW or FF), the picture will be
tape)/5 times (NTSC recordnormal playback speed.
recorded
When you have reached the desired point of the tape, release
the search button (REW or FF) so that the VCP enters fast
rewind
or
fast forward mode.
NOTES
The audio is
automatically muted in this mode, so there is no
during searching.
While this function is operating, there may be some "noise
streaks" in the TV picture.
sound
10
PLAYBACK VARIATIONS
(SPECIAL EFFECTS)
STILL PLAYBACK
1
(FRAME ADVANCE)
Press the P/STILL button to
stop the picture
on
the
screen
during playback.
2 When
OPERATE
the
EJECT
you press P/STILL button
still
During
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button for
will be
PLAY
during
still
playback mode,
tape will be played back frame by frame.
if you hold down the P/STILL
than 1 second and then release, the picture
picture playback,
more
changed
to slow motion. Press P/STILL button
again
to return to the still mode.
REW
FF
3 During
A.REPEAT
P/STILL
still
to normal
STOP
REC
or
slow
playback,
press the PLAY button to return
playback.
NOTES
The still
DISPLAY
picture may be unstable or noise bars may appear.
playback mode, press the P/STILL button again to
minimize the noise bars and press the TRACKING ( or )
buttons to eliminate the vertical jitters.
During
TRK
still
No sound will be heard.
If the unit is left in the STILL mode for
more
than approx. 5
minutes, the unit will automatically place itself in the STOP
mode to protect the tape and the video heads.
AUTO REPEAT FUNCTION
A
tape
1
If you want to play back tape repeatedly, press the A.REPEAT
button to light the
(AUTO REPEAT) indicator. When the
can
be
end of the
tape
2 To
to the
cancel
played
back
repeatedly.
tape is reached, the unit automatically rewinds the
beginning and repeats playback continuously.
the
auto
repeat playback mode,
A.REPEAT button to turn off the
press the
indicator.
(AUTO REPEAT)
11
RECORDING
Aerial
TV set
RECORDING
This
AUDIO/VIDEO
1
used
only
to
TV
a
with
TV
a
shown left.
as
and select the programme you wish to record
with the TV's channel selector.
AUDIO
the TV
be
can
output jacks.
Connect the VCP to
2 Turn
VIDEO
(LINE)
method
recording
on
IN
OUT
3 Set
AERIAL
4
AUDIO/VIDEO
OUT
the VCP's
Insert
a
piece
of
system
as
the
corresponding system
cassette with tab in
IN
recording procedures
To
a
To
RF.OUT
OUT
AERIAL
K
AO
VO
+
DC IN 12V
a
begin
below.
recording
recording.
The
(RECORD)
recording
stop
a
recording temporarily(PAUSE mode)
Press the P/STILL button. The VCP will be gone into the recording
stand-by mode. Press the P/STILL button again. The VCP will
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the TV.
indicator will be lit, and the VCP will be gone into the
mode.
AUDIO/VIDEO
CHANNEL
on
the hole with
cellophane tape.
Perform the
Press the REC button to start
40
place,
or cover
be returned to the
To
IN
stop
Press the STOP
THIS VCP
recording
mode.
recording
a
button to
(or STOP/EJECT)
stop recording.
NOTES
Be
safety tab on the video cassette is in
recording will not start and video cassette
will be ejected. Instead, the full auto play function will start.
The tape will be rewound automatically when the end of tape
sure
place.
to check that the
If it is removed,
is reached.
TV set
RECODING
Aerial
To
prevent damage to the tape, the VCP will automatically go
stop mode after 5 minutes in the pause mode.
into the
RECORDING
VCP
(THIS UNIT)
RF.OUT
DUBBING TAPES
It is possible to copy recorded material on one tape onto that of
another. In order to do this, you need access to a second VCP
which must be connected to this VCP as follows.
32
40
1
CHANNEL
Connect
AUDIO
DC
IN 12V
2
IN
Insert
AUDIO/VIDEO
OUT
of
PLAYING
VCP
to
32
OUT
AERIAL
AUDIO
VIDEO
+
PLAYING VCP
on
on
a
blank
(this unit).
the PLAYING VCP and
the RECORDING VCP.
Unauthorized recording of copyrighted television
programmes, video tapes, or other materials may infringe on the
rights of copyright owners and violate copyright laws.
CHANNEL
DC IN 12V
recorded cassette into the PLAYING VCP and
CAUTION:
RF.OUT
K
a
3 Simultaneously begin playback
record
12
OUT
video cassette into the RECORDING VCP
AUDIO/VIDEO
IN
G
OUT/AUDIO
VIDEO IN/AUDIO IN of RECORDING VCP.
VIDEO
+
G
40
VIDEO
OUT
AERIAL
K
IN
ON SCREEN DISPLAY
Some of these functions will be
displayed
every time the VCP is
operated.
FUNCTION DISPLAY
Indicates the function in progress.
SYSTEM DISPLAY
Press the SYSTEM button until the desired
system appears.
TAPE REMAINING DISPLAY
COUNT DISPLAY
S
Shows the
E
tape
counter
on
the
tape.
Each press of the DISPLAY button
Beginning
End of the
of the
tape
tape
OPERATE
following
changes
the TV
screen
in the
sequence.
One press- (Full
Function Display)
Two Presses-
(Only
Tape Counter)
Three presses-
(No Display)
EJECT
PLAY
?
After 3
seconds,
Full
Function
Display
will
automatically
disappear.
REW
FF
STOP
A.REPEAT
DISPLAY
P/STILL
?
The
tape
counter
DISPLAY button
mode will
continue until you
press the
again.
REC
TRK
13
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE
Check the
following points
before
calling
service
a
representative.
CHECK POINT & CORRECTION
SYMPTOM
No power...
?
Check that the Power
Plug
is
connected to its power
completely
source.
Video cassettes can't be inserted...
?
Check that the OPERATE button is set to ON.
?
Check that the power cord completely connected to its source.
Insert the cassette with the window side up and the safety tab facing
?
you.
RECORD mode can't be
?
engaged...
?
There is
no playback picture, or the
playback picture has noise bars...
?
?
?
top of your playback picture
waves
back and forth
Video cassette
cellophane tape
Select the
trol
?
If the
Place
tape inserted
incorrectly...
missing safety
channel
(Channel 32-40)
on
on your TV
the VCP.
as
tab.
that of the RF channel
con-
Check that the video channel 32-40 of your TV is properly adjusted.
Press the TRACKING ( or ) buttons to minimize the noise bars
(Noise streaks only.)
Try a different cassette tape.
Locate the horizontal hold control
the wavy
excessively...
same
over
on
?
Wait
?
If the OPERATE indicator flashes
a
button
your TV. Turn it
slowly to
correct
picture.
few seconds.
Tape
should
eject
on
itself.
and
off, press the OPERATE
again.
If the VCP does not operate normally despite repeating the checks above, please contact
your nearest Service Center. Please have this OWNER'S MANUAL with you.
SPECIFICATIONS
Television
System
Recording Format
Tape Format
RF Output
RF Modulator
Dimensions
(W
X H X
:
CCIR standard
:
PAL/MESECAM/NTSC4.43/NTSC3.58
:
Tape
:
PAL/SECAM
:
UHF
(625
lines 50
Width 1/2"
:
Power Source
:
Power
:
Approx.
3.8
kg
:5°C-35°C
:35%-80%
Consumption
AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz
Approx. 13W
Audio Track
:
Mono track
Audio
:
-4 dBm
:
-4 dBm less than 1 kΩ
:
1.0
:
1.0
Input Level (RCA type)
Audio Output Level (RCA type)
Video Input Level (RCA type)
Video Output Level (RCA type)
Design
14
and
specifications
are
subject
PAL/SECAM colour
(12.7mm high density tape VHS)
(G, K)
channels 32-40 (Adjustable)
:290X92X345mm
D)
Weight
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
?
fields),
to
12
type
more
Vp-p,
Vp-p,
(DC
than 47 kΩ
75 Ω, unbalanced
75 Ω, unbalanced
change
without notice.
+3
-0
V)
system
P/NO
:
3834RP0024H
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