Video Cassette
with Line
Player
Recording
OWNER'S MANUAL
MODEL
:
EV193V
PAL SECAM
Before
connecting, operating,
please
read this instruction booklet
or
adjusting this product,
carefully and completely.
Position your VCP so that no bright
sunlight falls directly onto it.
F
e
a
t
u
r
e
s
Precautions, Contes&
Do not
damage
service
remove
heat.
electrical storms it is advisable to
plug
to
prevent
to your VCP and TV.
repaired by
personnel.
the back
Character and
based
on
that
tomer 's
means cus-
impression.
I should like to help
you to get to know your
new video player.
5
Remote Control Functions
6
On Screen
7
anyone except
Other
Display
8
tape
a
Features
Playback
10
Video Doctor
of your VCP as this can
voltage and other hazards. If
11
cover
does not
Recording
13
Dubbing Tapes
15
operate properly, unplug it and call your
suddenly
do not
place,
most crucial
moved from
operate it for
on
a
two
cold
or
the head drum,
parts of the unit, will
place
to
condensation
The
a
three hours.
one
Troubleshooting
?
to
-
-
Warning
placed
in
a
position
&
to allow
a
PAL
-
Power Shut-Off
11
16
Specifications
System
B/G D/K, SECAM
MESECAM, NTSC 3.58/4.43
NTSC
Playback
?
Long Playback
?
ICON OSD
?
OPR(Optimum
?
Video Doctor
?
Line
?
AC/DC
?
Automatic
not be
exposed to dripping or
splashing and that no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
Multi
Super
-
disappears.
apparatus shall
Memory
of the
damage to the
condition, plug the
cause
tape. If you experience the above
mains lead into an AC outlet, set the POWER switch
ON, and leave at room temperature until moisture
Ensure that your VCP is
free flow of air.
2
Video Channel
a
12
excla-
mation mark
in
DC Power Source
Moisture condensation
LG Service
4
a
Automatic
warm
am
TV
to
expose you to very high
your VCP does not operate properly, please check the
Troubleshooting Guide on page 16. If your VCP still
If the unit is
player.I
3
Playing
dealer.
Thank you for buying
this video cassette
Controls & Sockets
Tuning
or
Your VCP should not be
Never
2
moisture, dust
operate your VCP if it is damaged.
qualified
Precautions, Contents & Features
Connecting
During
accidental
or
Care should be taken not to expose
your VCP to any unnecessary vibration,
both the aerial cable and mains
unplug
light
(On
&
on
PAL TV
Recording (LP/EP)
Screen
Picture
Display)
Response) (see
page
9.)
(Self-Diagnosis)
Recording
thru AV
jack
Compatible
Memory
Power Shut-Off
(see
page
11.)
Each button
function
your VCP has the same
its corresponding button on
on
as
the remote control.
(see
page
6.)
12
456
3
POWER
STOP
REW
EJECT
OPR
SYSTEM
POWER
12
11
CST.IN
PLAY
REC
LP/EP
STANDBY
10
8
9
1. Power
7. Pause/Still
2.
8. Record
3.
(ON/OFF)
Stop Tape Eject
Cassette Compartment
&
7
10. Function Indicators
5.
11.
Play
YourVCP'sntl
9. Remote Control Sensor
4. Rewind
6. Fast Forward
FF
System
12. OPR
Select (see page 7.)
(see page 9.)
3
The
guidance given on this page is the most common form of connection. However please check with your
manufacturer's instruction books for specific information. Make sure all connections are made with both your
ToaTV
Conecting
VCP and additional
appliance unplugged from the mains to avoid damaging your equipment. Connecting
using Audio/Video cable is one of the best ways to achieve optimum sound and picture
quality from video-tape playback (Recommended). If you own a TV with AV input sockets you will be
able to enjoy it; you will be unable to enjoy this facility if you connected just using a normal RF cable.
a
VCP
Television
RF Connection
Cable(75 Ohms)
If you connect your
VCP using the
supplied
Do not try and force the
place, it
connector into
should
RF
Connection Cable
AERIAL
you will
have to tune in a
(75 Ohms)
video channel
your TV in order to
view video tapes.
Further
on
AUDIO IN VIDEO IN
on
in the
book you will be
given guidance
or
Audio/Video Cable (not supplied)
If you use a Audio/Video cable, picture
and sound quality of video-tape playback will be improved (Recommended).
Aerial(not supplied)
on
how to tune in your
TV.
Make
sure
appliances
unplugged
all
AERIAL
are
VIDEO
AUDI
OUT
from
the mains before
RF.OUT
+
DC IN 12V
IN
connecting.
Back view of your VCP
4
plug
in
easily.
Your TV receives
signals
You have to select
a
from the video
player (VCP)
channel number
like another TV station.
your TV and tune it in so that you may watch video
TV set equipped with AUDIO and VIDEO sockets this
on
If you connect a monitor or a
will not be necessary, simply select the AV mode
1
Make
2
that you have
installed your
described earlier in
sure
Insert
a
video
pre-recorded
tape into your VCP and
VCP
press PLAY.
this book.
Select channel 36
Press POWER to turn
on
on
your
see
the
Store the selected TV
channel
on your TV. (You
will need to look at the TV
instruction book if you do
not know how to do this.)
TV.
the
transmitter
channel
Changing
your VCP.
And then you will
Turn
on
your TV.
your TV.
3
correctly
as
on
picture being played
your VCP.
in
If channel 36 is
already
occupied at your TV set, or
if the picture is distorted, or
if you want to change the
channel for audio
(B/G
or
output
D/K), please
con-
sult your nearest service
tapes.
adjustment
OnyourTV Videochanl Tunig na
To watch TV
programs, turn
off your VCP.
When your VCP
is on, broadcast
reception through
the
AERIAL socket is not
possible.
center.
5
Your video
player (VCP)
is
designed
so
that almost all of its features
CONTROL HANDSET. Some features
The maximum
must also be
video
RemotCnrl Locatin&Fu
operating distance that you may control
within an angle of 30 degrees either side
standby
or on
on
Eject
POW
C
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MANUAL TRACKING
To
If you do not
intend to use
the REMOTE
period
of time,
a
long
remove
the batteries, store them
in a cool, dry place and
out of the reach of
children.
Do not
use
still
SOP
PAY
screen.
picture.
Reverse
screen.
RC
recording
RECORD
OPR
PLAY
the
Starts
of the handset.
Replace
play.
page.
9)
sure
correctly positioned.
recording.
FF
(see
cover
compartment making
are
OPR
the tape.
AAA
Put the two batteries into the
Rewinds the tape.
play
type
To insert them, push the
tab backwards and lift off
STOP
To stop the tape.
high speed picture
play.
To
two AAA
of the tape.
Winds the tape forwards.
Forward high speed picture
REWIND
batteries of
differing age or type.
Always discard
batteries safely.
6
a
speed
screen.
P/STILL
Switches to
the MENU
SP
CONTROL
HANDSET for
powered by
SPEED
RK
RW
MENU
batteries.
Function OSD.
To select the
MNU
S
display
is
on
MENU/i
To
DISPLAY/OK
display
Installation
Your REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET
AY
SELECT
on
Battery
tape.
To
RK
SP
OK
Select the desired items
a
Switches the selected item
manually adjust the
tracking.
the MENU
player.
your video player is about 7.5 meters (25 feet). It
of the REMOTE SENSOR on the front of your
EJECT
from
standby.
to
be controlled from the REMOTE
player.
POWER
switches the VCP
can
also be controlled from the FRONT PANEL of the video
can
the
cover.
the
and
On Screen
Display gives
functions of this video
Screen
Display
you information about the tape counter and operational mode of your VCP. Some
player can be set and altered on the TV screen using the remote control with On
MENU OSD
FUNCTION OSD
Press MENU / i to
Switches the function OSD ON
the main
Press F
desired
display
menu.
or
G to select the
menu.
Press DISPLAY / OK and
press F or G to select the
sub menu.
Press MENU / i to
the
remove
AY
OK
S
To
improve
SYSTEM
OPR
Dr.
AB
C
OSD
page
9).
the function OSD.
RK
To check
a
problem
a
tape repeatedly,
set REPEAT
AY
SP
OK
MNU
with your VCP
(see
page
11).
The
ABC OSD
fOSD
ON
OFF
OKi
tape
counter
changes
to
0:00:00 when
AUTO
GSP
the
tape is ejected.
tape counter
SYSTEM
The
Select the colour
does not work when
MESECAM
VCR
playback picture (see
If you want to play back
to ON (see page 10).
Dr.
Source
REPEAT
the
display
REPEAT
PAL/SECAM
ON
OFF
Press DISPLAY/OK to
OPR
system used for playback and
recording. You can also set the system by
pressing SYSTEM on the front of your VCP. The system
is changed as shown below.
SP
RK
fOSD
OFF.
change the language setting for OSD
(ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ITALIANO,
ESPANOL, DUTCH, POLSKI, PiCCKaa).
RK
MNU
FUNCTION OSD
or
To
menu screen.
SP
Display OnScren
.
NTSC
Mode
the
OFF
0:12:34
System Change
Recording
AUTO PA L SECAM MESECAM
Playback
AUTO PA L SECAM MESECAM
Colour
NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
OPR mode
Recording
Playback
NTSC-PB NTSC3.58 NTSC4.43
tape is
not
inserted.
Operating
automatically
disappear.
mode
Press DISPLAY/OK
system
(see
After 3 seconds, the
function OSD will
page
Tape counter
(hours:minutes:seconds)
9.)
again to
displays
remove
all
from the TV
screen.
7
This VCP is
How to
designed
to
play
back and record cassettes
colour systems. You will
the mains.
4.43)
playbcktpe
Getting
When
a
better
only
be able to load and
using PAL, SECAM, MESECAM, and NTSC (3.58
eject video cassettes when your VCP is plugged
or
into
picture
playback started, the automatic tracking function works to get the best
possible picture automatically. "AUTO TRACKING" will appear on the TV screen while it is doing this. If the
quality of the recording is poor, repeatedly press TRK (- or +) on the remote control to manually adjust the tracking
a
cassette is inserted and
until any distortions have been removed.
1
2
Make
correctly
VCP
that you have
installed your
sure
as
described earlier in
this book.
Press POWER to turn
on
3
Insert the video cassette
into your VCP. The video
cassette should have the
window side
and
the
from
arrow
facing up
facing away
Check your
tape
programme system before
playing back a tape.
If you set SYSTEM to
AUTO, your VCP detects
the colour system
automatically.
Press PLAY to start
playing
If there
your tape.
you.
your VCP.
Do not attempt to force a cassette
into your VCP. There may already
Turn
on
be
video cassette in your VCP.
You may have the cassette upside
your TV.
a
down
or
back to front!
If you load a video cassette
which has had its record
protection
tab removed
(e.g
are
colour
problems with very
weak signals, you
should select the
colour
system manually.
rental movies from video hire
shops) playback of the
automatically.
cassette
will start
OP
Or ; If your tape programme
is NTSC3.58 or NTSC4.43,
set the
RC
system
NTSC3.58
RW
PAY
a
to
NTSC4.43
multi-system TV,
NTSC-PB
OPR
or
on a
on
or
PAL TV
by
SYSTEM
pressing
repeatedly
on
the front of
your VCP.
POW
R
C
GSP
You
can
also set the
system from the On Screen
Display. (see
8
page
7.)
Video Head
Cleaning
Dirt
accumulating on the head after a long period of time can cause the playback picture to become blurred
or broken up. High quality video cassette tapes will not normally deposit dirt onto the video head, but old or
damaged tapes might. Clean the video heads with a commercially available video heads cleaning tape.
4
5
STILL
Press P/STILL to still
Visual search
Press either FF
a
picture.
during playing
SOP
RC
where you
RW
Press STOP to end
playback.
will enable you to rapidly
wind the tape and see
RK
S
REW
or
back. This
7
6
are on
the
PAY
SP
RK
tape.
SOP
S
RW
can be paused for up to
5 minutes. After 5 minutes your
VCP will stop playing the tape
Tapes
to
prevent damaging the tape
or
picture
will be unstable
normal and doesn't
anything
mean
that
wrong with
visual search PLAY
on
display
the front of your VCP.
Visual search will
only
continue
Press MENU / i.
Press EJECT.
Press F
The cassette
OPR.
compartment
Press OK.
ejected.
OFF,
for about 3 minutes, after which
your VCP will return to normal
playback. During visual search
your tape.
OP
will be
some
noise streaks
the TV
screen.
RC
SOP
PAY
RW
PAY
OPR
O
RC
or
will open and the video
cassette will be partially
ON
OFF
POW
SOFT
or
SHARP.
OFF
SOFT
SHARP
OPR
OPR
SYSTEM
C
R
G to select
PressForGtoselect:
fOSD
the sound is muted and there
Press PLAY to continue
RW
tape.
playback speed.
or
quite
your VCP!
playing
During
window
will have noise, this is
there is
normal
(Optimum Picture
Response) :
This feature automatically
improves playback picture
quality by adjusting your
VCP to the condition of the
PAY
resume
indicator flashes in the
your VCP.
A still
Press PLAY to
RC
OPR
OKi
Press MENU / i to
on
RK
the
Please note you may
on when
If the end of the tape is reached,
your VCP will stop playback
set OPR to
automatically, rewind, stop, eject
the tape, and place itself into
You
STANDBY.
remove
menus.
playing
a
can
only
tape.
also set the OPR
by pressing
OPR
remote control
on
the
or on
the
front of your VCP.
9
Other
PlaybckFeturs
1
2
Press F
Repeat playback
If you want to
play back
tape repeatedly, set
REPEAT to ON.
3
a
or
G to select
Press F
ON
or
tape
tape
G to switch
beginning and
repeats playback
continuously.
Press MENU / i to
from TV
menus
search
to watch
a
remove
screen.
RK
fast forward
during
SP
If you want to release this
function, set REPEAT to
reverse
to OFF.
MNU
PAY
SP
O
S
ON
OFF
SYSTEM
10
OPR
REPEAT
or
SOP
RW
RK
S
VCR
AB
C
Dr.
OSD
fOSD
fOSD
ON
OFF
OKi
ON
OFF
SYSTEM
OPR
REPEAT
ON
OFF
REPEAT
OKi
or
Release the button to return to
the fast forward
OFF.
RK
fOSD
or
search.
switches REPEAT
AY
OK
OK
SP
tape
rewind.
AY
MNU
REW
of
rewind.
Ejecting a tape
automatically
RK
SP
or
picture
Your VCP switches forward
OFF.
or
Logic
Hold down FF
to the
Press DISPLAY / OK.
Press MENU / i.
When the end of the
is reached, VCP
automatically rewinds
REPEAT.
RC
VIDEO DOCTOR
(Self-Diagnosis)
Automatic
This feature informs you that there is a problem with your VCP. These error messages
will appear
on
the TV
Press F
or
Power Shut-Off
tape rewind has been completed.
screen.
2
1
Press MENU / i.
Memory
This feature of your VCP enables you to
switch off your VCP automatically after
2
1
PressForGtochecka
Press POWER
problem.
tape rewind.
G to select Dr.
during
POWER indicator flashes
in the
display
window
on
the front of your VCP.
HEAD STATUS
Press DISPLAY / OK.
OOK
O PLEASE CLEAN :
Clean your video heads.
TAPE STATUS
O RECORDABLE
O NOT RECORDABLE :
Insert a tape with its
protection tab in place.
Press MENU / i to
RK
SP
menus
AY
OK
MNU
SP
RK
S
HEAD STATUS
TAPE STATUS
OK
VCR
Dr.
OKi
from TV
remove
screen.
POW
R
C
The
tape will rewind
to the
beginning and your VCP
will automatically switch
itself off.
Off
VAumaMyPwhideoDctr(Slf-agns)
11
Your VCP is
vehicle
DCPowerSuc
designed for
12V (1.2A)
or a
in-home
or
DC power
use.
You
can
DC
Input Socket
Plug DC power cord
TV set
power it from the
either the 12-volt DC outlet
AUDIO
VIDEO
cigarette lighter socket.
Plug the other end into the
DC input socket on your
AERIAL
IN
socket in your
designed
negative
ground electrical systems. (This is standard for
vehicles.) If your vehicle has a different
most
type of electrical system, the DC power system
cannot
be used.
VCP.
OT
To
TO AUDIO/VIDEO
IN
TO AUDIO/VIDEO
OUT
AERIAL
Do not leave your VCP in
place where the temperature exceeds 70°C
the
pick-up device
damaged.
Examples include :
or
a
(158°F),
OUT
RF.OUT
+
DC IN 12V
?
IN
?
DC POWER
CORD
(not supplied)
Inside
a car
socket before you
A 3 amp. 125 or 250V fuse for
the DC power cord.
While the
direct sunshine.
power cord from the car's
Near
remove
the
plug
from
your VCP.
protection
is installed in
with the
engine
is
being started, disconnect the DC
cigarette lighter socket.
heating appliance.
a
Warning
When your VCP
is not in use,
disconnect
always
3 amp. fused
cigarette lighter
windows closed and in
it from the
negative ground
prevent electrical shock and possible damage to your
or vehicle, always unplug DC power cord from the
VCP
may
be
VIDEO
AUDIO
cigarette lighter
Your VCP and its DC power cord are
for use in vehicles that have 12-volt,
into
or
Back of VCP
12
portable
source.
lighter socket
battery drain.
cigarette
to avoid
Do not
operate your VCP when the
discharged.
cause
Peak current from the
battery
is
generator may
the DC fuse to blow.
If the vehicle's
10
car
car
supply voltage drops below approximately
not work properly.
volts, your VCP may
Your VCP allows you to make
1
recordings connecting
2
Connect your VCP to
as shown below.
a
TV
Press POWER to turn
to
a
TV
equipped
with AUDIO and VIDEO sockets.
3
on
your VCP.
Insert
record How to
4
a
video cassette with
the record
protection
tab
Set the desired
recording
speed by pressing SPEED.
into your VCP.
Your external aerial must be
plugged
in your TV.
Aerial
TV set
Turn
your TV and select
the channel you wish to
on
record with the TV's
channel selector.
The video cassette should have
the window side
the
AUDIO
arrow
facing
:
PAL colour system
or LP.
SP
facing up and
away from you.
Do not attempt to force
VIDEO
NTSC colour system
SP or EP.
a
AERIAL
OUT
TO
AUDIO/VIDEO OUT
on a
tape
(this can happen
quite easily
by
accident!)
the
safety tab on
back edge of
There may already be a video
cassette in your VCP. You may
have the cassette upside down
or
If you do not wish
to record
remove
cassette into your VCP.
IN
:
the
the
video cassette.
back to front!
It is
possible
record
YOUR VCP
on a
to
video
cassette
with the
AERIAL
OK
AUDIO
VIDEO
record
OUT
RF.OUT
MNU
SP
protection
RK
IN
tab removed
S
SOP
RC
covering
by
the hole
A
RW
TO AUDIO/VIDEO IN
P
with self adhesive
tape.
13
5
7
6
Press REC to start
Press P/STILL to avoid
unwanted
recording.
recording
scenes.
During recording
of
TV programme you
do not change the TV
channel number
your TV.
on
Press STOP to end
recording.
SP
REC indicator flashes in
the display window.
RK
SOP
S
Press P/STILL
continue
again
recording.
Tapes
be
5
can
minutes;
paused
to
RW
RC
PAY
for up to
Press EJECT. The
will be
displayed when a tape is
paused. After 5 minutes your
VCP will stop recording to
prevent damaging the tape or
your VCP.
cassette
compartment will
open and the video
cassette will be partially
ejected.
POW
C
R
SP
RK
S
SOP
RK
RC
SP
RK
RW
PAY
S
RW
SOP
PAY
RC
If the end of the tape is reached,
your VCP will
stop recording
automatically, rewind, stop, eject
the tape, and place itself into
STANDBY.
14
Make
sure
all connections
damaging
your
are
made with both your VCP's and Television
1
2
Connect your VCP to
another VCP as shown
TV set
Press POWER to turn
on
Insert
a
blank video
your VCP.
tape with the record
Insert
protection tab into
(recording) VCP.
pre-recorded
a
source
Aerial
AERIAL
Tapes Dub ing
Press STOP / EJECT to
stop recording.
your
tape into
another
(playing)
VCP.
Simultaneously begin
playback on another VCP
and record
VIDEO
from the mains to avoid
4
3
below.
AUDIO
unplugged
equipment.
on
your VCP.
RECORDING
VCP
IN
OUT
(YOUR VCP)
AERIAL
AUDIO
VIDEO
OUT
RF.OUT
IN
TO AUDIO/
VIDEO IN
programmes, films,
video cassettes and
AERIAL
VIDEO
OUT
RF.OUT
IN
recording of
copyrighted
TV
TO AUDIO/
VIDEO OUT
AUDI
Unauthorized
other materials may
infringe the rights of
copyright
and be
PLAYING VCP
owners
contrary
copyright
to
laws.
15
Check the
STroubleshting& pecifatons
following
No
picture
?
Is the mains
?
Is the TV switched
?
?
&
no
before
for service.
calling
sound
plug plugged
Have you tuned in
watch video tapes
on
a
in and switched
on
?
?
video channel
on
your TV to
?
(see page 5.)
If you have used a Audio/Video cable to connect your
VCP and TV have you selected the AV mode on your
on
TV?
TV programmes cannot be recorded
Has the external aerial been
(see
page 13
plugged
in your TV?
step 1.)
General
Power ..................................AC 110-240V, 50/60Hz
+3
DC 12 -0 V, 1.2A
Power
consumption.............Approx. 10 Watts
.........................Tape Width 12.7 mm (0.5 inch)
Dimensions (W x H x D) .....360 x 97.5 x 270 mm
Weight .................................Approx. 3.0 Kg.
Operating temperature ........5 35°C
Operating humidity ..............Less than 80%.
Tape
format
-
Video
Television
system ................CCIR standard (625 lines,
50
fields),
signal
Video cassette cannot be inserted
Is the cassette
Recording
compartment empty ?
PAL/SECAM colour
format.................PAL/SECAM/MESECAM/
NTSC3.58/ NTSC4.43
Remote control does not work
RF OUT...............................PAL/SECAM
(G
or
K)
?
Is the VCP switched on?
Input level............................1.0 Vp-p,
Output level .........................1.0 Vp-p,
?
Check the batteries in remote control.
RF modulator ......................UHF channels 32-40
?
Is the mains
The
?
in and switched on?
Ohm, unbalanced
75 Ohm, unbalanced
75
(adjustable)
top of the playback picture is unstable
Is the video cassette
another
?
plug plugged
Make
one
damaged,
that you are
channel on your TV ?
Auto
sure
Play
have you tried
using
?
using
a
video
does not work
Has the
safety
cassette ?
Audio
Input level............................-6 dBm,
Output level .........................-6 dBm,
more
than 47 kOhms
less than 1.5 kOhms
Audio track ..........................Mono track
Audio
frequency
response ..100 Hz-10 kHz
(-6/+3 dBm)
tab been removed from the video
?
Design
notice.
and
specifications
are
subject
to
change
without
P/N: 3834RP0073Z
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