Panasonic NVSV120, NVSV120EB Operating instructions

Panasonic NVSV120, NVSV120EB Operating instructions
Contents
Video Cassette Recorder
NV-SV120EB
Operating Instructions
Super VHS
NV-SV120
EJECT
Hi-Fi STEREO . SUPER LP
CH
INTELLIGENT TIMER
PROG PLAY
TIMER REC
3D DNR
PULL-OPEN
TIMER CHECK
PDC
S-VHSET
REC
VHS
PAL
625
S-VHSET
VHS
PAL
625
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this
product, please read these instructions completely.
CAUTION
Check List / [email protected]
Front Panel
Rear Panel / Inserting batteries
Remote control functions
Connections
without Scart cable
with Scart cables
with S-Video cable
Decoder / Amplifier
AUTO SETUP
Checking the Settings for Auto Setup
Removing Interference / Changing RF -channel
Menu System / Menu Overview
Playback / 3D DNR / NTSC playback
Tracking control
Recording
S-VHS
External recording control
Timer recording, INTELLIGENT TIMER
VIDEO Plus+
Others Menu
Manual setup
Manual Tuning
Changing the name of TV stations
Changing the order of TV stations / deleting a station
page
2-4
5
6
7
8-9
10-11
12-13
14-15
16-17
18-19
20
21
22-23
24-25
26
27
28-29
30
31-34
35-37
38-39
40
41
42
Restart Auto Setup, Shipping condition / restoring factory defaults 43
Owner ID
44
Clock setting
45
TV control
46
AUDIO out settings / NICAM sound system
47
Advanced functions
48-49
Editing
50
Tape Care / Cassette erasure protection
51
Before requesting service
52-53
21-pin Scart Socket
54
Specifications
55
Index
Last Page
Caution
Be sure to read the cautions carefully before you operate this VCR.
Keep the VCR away from high temperatures
Keep the VCR away from sources of heat such as direct sunlight, heating radiators, or
closed vehicles.
Avoid magnets or magnetized objects
Never bring a magnet or magnetized object close to the VCR because this could adversely
affect the performance of the VCR. When using the VCR together with other equipment,
keep as much distance as possible between them to prevent them from adversely affecting
each other's performance.
No fingers or other objects inside
Touching internal parts of the VCR is dangerous, and may cause serious damage.
Do not attempt to remove the cover as; there are no user serviceable parts inside.
Keep away from liquids
Keep the VCR away from all liquids.
Caution: If water or some other liquid is spilled into the VCR, serious damage could occur.
If this happens, disconnect from the mains socket immediately and consult your dealer.
Video head clogging
The picture and sound can be lost or become distorted if video heads become clogged.
This may happen in certain environmental conditions or if old or damaged or damp tapes are
used or after long use of the VCR.
If this occurs then please consult your dealer. Note: Video Head Cleaning is NOT covered by the
warranty.
Cleaning the VCR
Wipe the VCR with a clean, dry cloth. Never use any cleaning fluid or other chemicals.
Also do not use compressed air to remove dust.
Avoid sudden changes in temperature
If the VCR is moved from a cold to a warm place or if a heater is turned on, condensation
may form on the tape surface and inside the VCR.
If this happens, leave the VCR at room temperature for at least 1 hour before operating it.
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Avoid humidity and dust
Do not use the VCR in very humid or dusty places.
This may cause damage to its internal parts.
Stacking
Install the VCR in a horizontal position and do not place anything heavy on it.
Condensation may form in the following cases:
! If the VCR is in a room that was very cold before a heater has just been turned on.
! If the VCR is in a room with steam or high humidity.
! If the VCR is brought from cold surroundings into a well-heated room.
! The VCR is suddenly brought from cool surroundings, such as an air-conditioned room or car,
to a place, which is hot and humid.
Note:
!
In any of the above-mentioned conditions, do not operate the VCR for at least 1 hour.
This VCR is not equipped with a dew sensor.
IMPORTANT
Your attention is drawn to the fact that the recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs or other published or
broadcast material may infringe copyright laws.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO
RAIN, MOISTURE, DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND ENSURE THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE
PLACED ON THE APPARATUS.
CAUTION!
! DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT
IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS
AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION VENTS.
! DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNIT’S VENTILATION OPENINGS WITH NEWSPAPERS, TABLECLOTHS, CURTAINS AND SIMILAR ITEMS.
! DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED FLAMES, SUCH AS LIGHTED CANDLES, ON THE UNIT.
! DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY MANNER.
THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN MODERATE CLIMATES.
This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones during use. If such interference is apparent, please
increase separation between the product and the mobile telephone.
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CAUTION
How to replace the fuse
Confirm the AC mains plug fitted
and follow the instructions below.
Illustrations may differ from actual
AC mains plug.
1. Open the fuse cover with a screwdriver.
Fuse cover
1
2. Replace the fuse and attach the fuse cover.
2
Fuse
(5 ampere)
Caution for AC Mains Lead
For your safety, please read the following text carefully.
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and
convenience.
A 5-ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure
that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5-ampere and that is approved by ASTA or BSI to
BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse. If the plug
contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is
replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is
obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local dealer.
CAUTION!
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN
YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF
AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL
SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13-AMPERE SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as stated below. If in any doubt
please consult a qualified electrician.
IMPORTANT
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue: Neutral, Brown: Live.
As these colours may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the
terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured Black or Blue. The wire which is
coloured Brown must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or
coloured Brown or Red.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS
MARKED WITH THE LETTER E, BY THE EARTH SYMBOL OR COLOURED GREEN
OR GREEN/YELLOW. THIS PLUG IS NOT WATERPROOF - KEEP DRY.
FOR YOUR SAFETY DO NOT REMOVE OUTER COVER. To prevent electric shock, do not
remove the cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel. For your safety, be sure not to connect or handle the equipment with wet hands.
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Check List
Check that you have the accessories and items shown
Remote Control
N2QAKB000044
RF cable
K2KF2BA00001, VJA0728-A
or K1TWACC00001
Batteries for the
Remote Control
R6 size
AC Mains lead
RJA0044-3C
Quick Start Guide
RQCAD0005
Operating Instructions
RQTD0043-B
Guarantee Card
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Front Panel
1
3 4
2
5
6
7
Super VHS
NV-SV120
EJECT
Hi-Fi STEREO . SUPER LP
CH
INTELLIGENT TIMER
PROG PLAY
TIMER REC
3D DNR
PULL-OPEN
S-VIDEO VIDEO L/MONO - AUDIO - R
AV3 IN
S-VIDEO IN (AV3)
VIDEO IN (AV3)
AUDIO IN (AV3)
S-VIDEO VIDEO L/MONO - AUDIO - R
EXT LINK
QUICK
ERASE
AV3 IN
Video Audio
2
INTELLIGENT TIMER
3
PROG PLAY
4
3D DNR
8
9
10
VIDEO
OUT
R
L
10 11 12
Defines timer programmes.
7
11
EJECT
CH
TIMER REC
QUICK
ERASE
EXT LINK
TIMER CHECK
REC
13 14
/I
Plays back programmed recordings.
3-Dimensional Digital Noise Reduction
Ejects the cassette.
Selects a channel.
Activates the recording timer.
Erases a cassette.
Activates the recording timer for externally controlled recording.
Displays the timer programme for verification.
Record button
AUDIO OUT
External equipment
(e.g. Video movie camera)
6
VHS
PAL
Stand-by/on switch
5
REC
625
1
6
S-VIDEO
OUT
ERASE
89
Front AV
S-Video
S-VHSET
QUICK
PDC
TIMER CHECK
EXT LINK
12
Fast winding / JET SEARCH
13
Stop button
14
Playback button
Rear Panel
AV OUT/SORTIE
IN/
ENT
AC IN~
SECTEUR~
AV2 (DECODER/DECODEUR/EXT)
AV1 (TV)
S-VIDEO
OUT/SORTIE
AV2 (
CONTROLE 8mm
1
1
2
3
4
5
2
AC Input socket (Power supply)
AV2 21-pin Scart socket
AV1 21-pin Scart socket
S-VIDEO OUT socket
VIDEO OUT socket
L/G
L/G
AUDIO
R/D
RF/
ANT
OUT/
SORTIE
4 5 6 7 8
3
6
AUDIO OUT socket
L/G = AUDIO output left channel
R/D = AUDIO output right channel
7 RF IN socket (Aerial input)
8 RF OUT socket (Aerial output)
Inserting batteries into the remote control unit:
The batteries last for about a year, depending on how often you use the RC unit.
! Do not mix old with new batteries or batteries of different types.
! Only use batteries without any harmful substances (such as lead, cadmium, mercury).
! Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
! Remove the batteries if the remote control unit will remain unused for longer
periods of time.
! Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries.
! Immediately remove used-up batteries and replace with batteries of type AA,
UM3 or R6.
! Be sure to put in the batteries the right way round (+and -).
Dispose of batteries, packaging material and the unit according to statutory
regulations. They must not be thrown into the household refuse.
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Remote control functions
Stand-by/on switch
/I
1
Press to switch the unit from on to stand-by mode or vice versa. In stand-by mode,
the unit is still consuming a small amount of power.
EXT LINK
TV ASPECT
TV/TEXT
VCR
TV
Activates the recording timer for externally controlled recording.
VCR
Changes the screen format.
TV
Toggles between TV reception and video text reception.
TV
Control menu
ENTER
Some Panasonic TV sets accept control
signals from the VCR's remote control unit.
In the table, the TV buttons are marked with
TV, the VCR buttons with VCR.
P. 30
1
CH
3
4
2
OSD menu selection buttons.
ENTER: Selects or saves a setting.
VCR
Displays the menu.
VCR
Quits a menu.
VCR
2
MENU
VCR / TV
switch
EXIT
Playback functions
Playback
Fast winding / Forward and backward search
! Goes from Stop into Fast Forward or Fast Rewind mode.
! JET SEARCH during playback (See page 24)
Press Stop to stop recording, playing back or winding.
To eject a cassette: Press button for more than 3 seconds.
Still Playback / Slow Playback
8
CH
VCR
I-TIMER
VCR
VCR
VCR
5
3
Selects a programme memory location and
inputs the VIDEO Plus+ number.
Example: 18=
VIDEO Plus+
VCR
TV
PROG PLAY
REC
Selects the TV set's AV port.
TRACKING/V-LOCK
CH
TV
INPUT SELECT
Channel selector
Tracking control of disturbed VCR image.
Volume control.
VCR
TV
AUDIO
TV
5
CH
CH
PROG/CHECK
PDC
SP/LP/EP
TV : Selects the AV input and navigates in
the menu.
VCR: Menu entries.
Displays the Timer recording menu.
OFF TIMER
TV
VCR
VCR
P. 31
Controls the beginning and end of a recording
session by a special signal.
VCR
Sets the tape speed.
VCR
I-TIMER
TIMER
Displays the VIDEO Plus+ menu.
VCR
Plays back programmed recordings.
VCR
Record
VCR
Toggles between AV inputs A1 and A2.
VCR
Finds the start of a recording.
VCR
Audio out settings
VCR
P. 35
P. 32
P. 27
P. 48
P. 47
Switches the unit into stand-by mode after the
VCR
set time of recording, playback or in Stop mode. P. 49
Recalls last 5 timer programmes
VCR
Activates the recording timer.
VCR
P. 34
P. 31
OSD/DISPLAY
Press the button repeatedly to display the time, VCR
P. 27
tape counter or remaining tape.
RESET/CANCEL
RESET : Resets the counter to 0:00.00.
CANCEL: Clears an entry you made.
P. 33
P. 27
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VCR
P. 49
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Connections
without Scart cable
You can connect your VCR to a TV and Satellite Receiver using RF cable.
However, using this connection method it may be difficult to obtain a clear picture from
the Satellite Receiver.
For this reason it is not recommended for inexperienced users.
(See preferred connection on page 12.)
Aerial Input socket
Satellite Receiver
1 Aerial
4
Aerial Output socket
To AC Mains socket
TV
2 RF cable
RF Input socket
VCR
Aerial Input
socket
3
AC Input socket
4
RF Output socket
3
4
10
AC Mains lead (supplied)
RF cable (supplied)
Must be connected to
watch TV channels.
To AC Mains socket
Follow the step-by-step guide below.
1
Connect the aerial to the aerial input socket of the
Satellite Receiver.
- If you do not have a Satellite Receiver, connect the
aerial to the RF input socket of the VCR and go to step 3.
Satellite Receiver
Satellite Receiver
IN
ENT
2
RF
ANT
OUT
SORTIE
IN
ENT
3
RF
ANT
Connect the aerial from Satellite Receiver to the
RF Input socket.
Connect the RF output socket to the TV aerial socket.
VCR
VCR
TV
OUT
SORTIE
Notes:
4
Plug the TV, VCR and Satellite Receiver into the mains.
5
Switch ON your Satellite Receiver; to ensure reliable tuning
select either SKY ONE or SKY NEWS.
If, after Auto Setup is complete, the programme position of the satellite receiver is not to your
preference, or 'SAT' name is not shown in the Program List, you can re-arrange the
programme position and enter 'SAT' name manually (See pages 40-42).
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Connections
with Scart cables
(fully-wired)
RF Input socket
RF Output socket
AV1 21-pin Scart socket
AV2 21-pin Scart socket
1
Aerial
AC Input socket
VCR
AC Mains lead
6 (supplied)
cable
2 RF
(supplied)
Necessary for Connecting
a Satellite Receiver
Satellite Receiver
6 To AC Mains socket
21-pin Scart socket (VCR)
4
3
Necessary For TV
Aerial Input socket
21-pin Scart socket (TV)
5 Optional Connection
AV2 socket
AV1 socket
12
TV
6 To AC
Mains socket
Follow the step-by-step guide below.
IN
ENT
RF
ANT
1
Connect the aerial to the RF Input socket of the VCR.
2
Connect the RF cable from the RF Output socket
of the VCR to the TV aerial input socket.
3
Connect the AV1 21-pin scart socket to the TV scart
socket. If your TV does not have a scart socket or
you do not have a scart cable, skip this step.
VCR
OUT
SORTIE
IN
ENT
RF
ANT
VCR
TV
OUT
SORTIE
AV1 ( TV)
VCR
TV
VCR
AV2(DECODER/DECODEUR/EXT)
4
Connect the AV2 21-pin scart socket to the VCR scart
socket on your Satellite Receiver/Digital Receiver.
If you are not connecting a Satellite Receiver, skip this
step.
5
Connect the TV scart socket of your Satellite Receiver
to the AV1 scart socket of your TV.
If you are not connecting a Satellite Receiver, skip this
step.
6
Plug the TV, VCR and Satellite Receiver into the mains.
Satellite Receiver
Satellite Receiver
TV
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Connections
with S-Video cable
Connections and preparations for a TV with a S-Video socket.
This VCR uses the S-VHS format that makes it possible to obtain high resolution and
high picture quality by using the high-performance S-VHS video cassette tapes.
The conventional video sockets of VCRs output (input) a combination of the luminance
signal (Y) and colour signal (C) which are recorded on the video tape. The new S
(Separate)-Video Socket allows separate transmission of signals in order to obtain
clearer pictures.
The connection with the S-Video Cable can also be used for playing back a tape that
was recorded in the conventional VHS system. The [S] in the [S-Video Socket] stands
for [SEPARATED Y/C] not for [S-VHS].
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Connections
with S-Video cable
Aerial Input socket
Audio Output sockets
S-Video Output socket
Audio Input
sockets
Aerial
TV with S-Video
Input socket
Aerial Input socket
AC Input
socket
Aerial Output
socket
RF Cable
Audio cables
AC Mains lead
S-Video cable
S-Video Input socket
To AC Mains socket
After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto Setup page (Page 18).
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Decoder
Connecting the VCR to a Decoder
To connect this VCR to a decoder, make the connections shown in the
illustration below. For the connection to the TV, see page 12.
For details about the connection, also read the operating instructions of the decoder.
Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and decoder disconnected from mains until you have
finished all connections.
VCR
Decoder
21-pin Scart socket
2
To AC Mains socket
1
21-pin Scart cable
(AV2)
1
Use a 21-pin scart cable to connect the
decoder to the VCR's AV2 21-pin scart socket
Connect a 21-pin scart cable to the AV2 21-pin scart socket on the VCR and
to the 21-pin scart socket on the decoder.
2 Connect the decoder’s mains lead to an AC mains socket.
3 Set AV2 to DECODER. For details, see page 38.
Note:
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[RGB] means separate Red/Green/Blue colour signals. If you connect a TV
equipped with RGB input capability to the AV1 socket on this VCR, and a decoder
equipped with RGB output capability to the AV2 socket, RGB signals will pass
through the VCR to the TV when the VCR is in stand-by mode.
The RGB signals cannot be recorded or produced by this VCR.
Amplifier
Connecting the VCR to a Stereo Amplifier
To connect this VCR to a stereo amplifier, make the connections shown in the
illustration below. For the connection to the TV, see page 12.
For details about the connection, also read the operating instructions of the stereo amplifier.
Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and stereo amplifier disconnected from mains until you have
finished all connections.
1
2
Stereo amplifier
Connect an Audio cable (not supplied) to the Audio Output
sockets on the VCR and to the Audio Input sockets on the
stereo amplifier.
left = white (L/G) right = red (R/D).
If you have a scart adapter cable you can also connect the
video recorder's AV 21-pin scart socket to an amplifier.
L/G
R/D
Connect the stereo amplifier’s mains lead to an AC Mains socket.
VCR
To AC Mains
socket
Stereo amplifier
Audio Output sockets
Audio cable
1
Audio Input sockets
2
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AUTO SETUP
Set the VCR/TV switch to VCR.
Turn on the TV,
! then press the VCR-Stand-by/ON button to switch on the VCR.
The VCR will now start Auto Setup.
!
VCR
TV
!
- While Auto Setup is running the first digit of the VCR display will flash.
VCR Display
Auto Setup
Tuning
: Ch 21
-
On-Screen Display
After a while it will stop flashing and the RF output channel number will
be displayed.
Select an unused channel pre-set on your TV and tune it to the RF
output channel number shown on the VCR display (or until you can
clearly see the Auto Setup screen). Store the new video playback
channel (refer to the instructions for your TV).
If you connect your VCR to the TV by a Scart cable, you do not need
to tune the TV as described above simply select appropriate input
mode on TV.
Owner ID
Owner ID
PIN number
Name
House No
Postcode
: ****
: **************
: ***********
: ***********
You now have the opportunity
to enter your details and
help the police crack crime
see instruction book.
:select
: exit
ENTER
: store
EXIT
On-Screen Display
You can complete the Owner ID now or skip this step and do it later.
To do it later, press the EXIT button again. Your VCR is now ready to use.
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
18
To set the Owner ID now, press the Numeric buttons or
to enter a
four-digit PIN number.
Press , to correct the digit.
Make sure that you will remember the PIN number (make a note of it).
Press the ENTER button twice to confirm.
Enter the [Name], [House No] and [Postcode] in the same way.
Press the ENTER button to confirm each entry.
Press the EXIT button to leave the Owner ID screen.
You will now see the TV picture. Your VCR is now ready to use.
Datumset
Clock
/ Zeit
If the clock setting menu appears
MANUAL
(Auto clock set was not possible due to a weak signal)
Time
Date
! Press
to set the correct time and date.
! Press the ENTER button to finish this setting.
: 12 : 00 : 00
: 11. 6. 03
Note:
- If Auto Setup has previously been completed the VCR will not start Auto Setup
automaticaliy. In this case you can re-start Auto Setup again. See page 43.
- If you want to cancel Auto Setup before it has finished, press the EXIT button.
You can restart Auto Setup again. See page 43.
- In some cases, the RF output channel may interfere with the TV stations
transmitted in your area. This may prevent you from seeing the On-Screen
Display clearly. Please see page 21 for removing the interference before
restarting Auto Setup. See page 43.
TV Reception Channels
List of TV Reception Channels
Tuning
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
Name
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
Ch
22
23
24
25
26
Pos Name
6
7 ---8 ---9 ---10 - - - -
Ch
30
---------
UK
VHF
–
UHF
21–68
Channel Listing may differ from the examples shown left,
depending on signal reception condition.
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Checking the Settings
for Auto Setup
To confirm that the TV stations have been tuned correctly by Auto Setup
MENU
!
Press the MENU button to display the OSD Main menu
on the TV screen.
!
Press
!
Press
to select Manual then press the ENTER button to display the list of
tuned TV stations and confirm that all available TV stations have been set correctly.
- Positions 5 and 6 may differ from the example shown on page 19. If Channel 5
is received, it is usually found on programme position 5 and a connected satellite
receiver on programme position 6.
- If Channel 5 is not received but a satellite receiver is connected, then the
satellite receiver is found on programme position 5.
!
Press the EXIT button to exit the On Screen Display.
On Screen Display
Menu
Timer recording
Tuning
Clock set
Others
:select
: exit
ENTER
: access
EXIT
Tuning
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
: select
: return
MENU
ENTER
EXIT
: access
: exit
to select Tuning then press the ENTER button.
EXIT
When the station names and/or channel numbers have not been set correctly.
See page 41 for details.
When no station has been found, confirm all connections of the VCR again and
restart the Auto Setup. See page 43 for details.
Notes:
- If station name is [
]:
The asterisks indicate that a station was found during Auto Setup but has not been
named (due to weak signal).
The stations in the list with asterisk will need to be named manually. See page 41.
- If station name is [- - - -]:
The dashes represent unused channel positions.
The stations in the list with dashes will need to be set manually. See page 40.
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Removing Interference / Changing RF-channel
TV screen
The picture with interference
VCR Ch:28
In some cases, interference (lines or patterning) or a very poor picture may
appear on the TV when the VCR is connected. If this happens, follow the
steps below to change the video playback channel (RF output channel) to
remove the interference.
VCR
TV
!
Set the VCR/TV switch to VCR.
!
Press the MENU button for more than 5 seconds. The RF
output channel number is displayed on the VCR display.
!
Press the Numeric buttons or use the Channel (CH) button
to select a channel number, which differs by 2 or 3 from the
present channel number. (For example, if the original
channel number was 28, enter 31.)
MENU
On-Screen Display
Test pattern indication
VCR display
Indication when the RF output
channel is 28 (example)
CH
!
Indication after changing the RF
output channel to 31 (example)
VCR Ch:31
Test pattern indication
TRACKING/V-LOCK
!
Retune your TV until you receive the Test pattern. It may be
necessary to repeat steps 2 and 3 above until you can see the
Test pattern clearly. If using a Scart cable please see the note
below.
Press ENTER to finish this setting.
Note: -Set the RF output channel of the VCR to [- -] (RF OFF) if the VCR is
connected to the TV via the 21-pin Scart cable.
-Press the 0 button or Channel button to display [- -], if using a
21-pin Scart cable.
21
The clear picture
...
68
(RF OFF)
21
Menu System
Timer recording
Pos
Date
-------
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/
/
/
/
/
/
1/3
PDC
Start Stop
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Tuning
Menu
Timer recording
Tuning
Clock set
Others
Page 40
Page 43
Page 43
Page 44
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
Datumset
Clock
/ Zeit
Page 45
AUTO
Time
Date
: 12 : 00 : 00
: 11. 6. 03
1/2
Others
Tape length
AV2
AV2 IN
AV1 OUT
S-VHS playback
OSD
VCR display
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:
:
:
:
:
:
:
AUTO ( E-240)
DECODER
VIDEO
VIDEO
AUTO
4:3
DIMMED
Others
PageREC
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S-VHS
S-VHS ET REC
EXT LINK
Page 39
2/2
: ON
: OFF
: 2
Menu Overview
The cursor keys of the remote control unit
menus and to change settings.
Menu
Timer recording
Tuning
Clock set
Others
!
!
!
:select
: exit
ENTER
allow you to move between
Press MENU to display the Menu screen.
Select an entry by pressing
.
Press ENTER to access the selected sub-menu.
: access
EXIT
Tuning
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
The selected sub-menu is displayed.
!
Select the item you wish to edit
.
Press ENTER to access.
Make the changes as appropriate. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Press MENU to return to the previous menu.
!
Press EXIT to quit the menu.
!
!
!
: select
: return
MENU
ENTER
EXIT
: access
: exit
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Playback
Set the TV set to the video channel and insert a cassette into the VCR
Normal Playback:
Press .
Cue or Review Playback:
During playback, press and release
or
.
• To return to normal playback, press .
or
, Cue or review playback continues for as
• If you press and hold down the
long as you keep the button pressed.
High Speed Cue or Review Playback (JET SEARCH):
During playback, press and release
or
twice.
• During high-speed cue or review, the tape transport noise will increase. This is normal.
Still Playback:
During playback, press
.
• To return to normal playback, press
or
.
Slow Playback:
During playback, keep
pressed for more than 2 seconds.
• To return to normal playback, press .
Press
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to stop playback.
Playback
To Ensure High Playback Picture Quality (3D DNR Function)
The 3-Dimensional Digital Noise Reduction (3D DNR) function is activated if the
indicator (on the TV screen) is [DNR ON].
Use the 3D DNR button to check the status or to activate the function.
If you press this button once, the DNR indicator (on the TV screen) will display current
status ([DNR ON] or [DNR OFF]).
And if you press the button once again, the status will change ([DNR ON]/[DNR OFF]).
Note: We recommend that you leave this function activated for normal use of the VCR.
However, when performing editing, press the 3D DNR button to turn this function off
so that the [DNR OFF] indication appears on the TV screen, to ensure editing with
optimal picture quality.
Playing back NTSC video cassettes
You can play back NTSC video cassettes for viewing on a PAL system (PAL 60) TV
set. You cannot record on or copy video cassettes to NTSC-format cassettes.
CVC Super - Crystal View Control Super
CVC Super gives the best picture quality possible by adjusting to the individual tape
characteristics.
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Tracking control
Adjusting the playback picture
Under normal conditions, the VCR automatically adjusts the tracking for
optimum performance.
However, in some cases it may be necessary to adjust it manually.
Playback picture
containing noise bars
If the picture contains noise bars and it is not clear to see (tracking adjustment):
If noise bars appear during normal playback, slow playback or still playback,
follow the operations below.
During normal or slow playback, press CH
or
until the bars noise
disappear.
• If the noise bars appear during still playback, switch the VCR over to the
slow playback mode and then adjust the tracking as explained above.
To return to Auto Tracking:
Press CH
or
simultaneously.
If the still picture jitters or jumps (V-lock adjustment):
If the still picture jitters or jumps, perform the following.
During still playback, keep the CH button
becomes stable.
TRACKING/V-LOCK
CH
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or
pressed until the picture
Notes:
- With certain TV models and tapes, it may not be possible to adjust the tracking.
- If you play back a cassette that was recorded on another unit of VCR, the
picture quality may be inferior in the normal playback, slow playback, and
still playback, and it may need to manual adjust the tracking by above
method.
- Also, on some TVs, the picture may scroll up and down in the special
playback functions.
However, these are not malfunctions.
Recording
Set the TV set to the video channel and insert a cassette into the VCR; make
sure that the cassette's protection tab is still in.
REC
!
!
!
SP
SP
OSD /DISPLAY
SP/LP/EP
Select a channel to record from.
Select the AV channel if you are recording via the 21-pin scart cable.
Press REC to start recording.
Press to stop recording.
!
To pause recording:
The function will switch itself off after approx. 5 minutes to protect the video
heads.
!
To resume recording:
Tape Remain Counter / Indicator
The display of the VCR shows: time - counter - tape remain.
The start of a cassette is indicated as -----.
!
Press OSD/DISPLAY until 'RE' is displayed.
!
Prior to starting the recording session, press SP/LP/EP to set the tape speed.
SP : normal recording time
- optimal picture quality
LP : double recording time
- simple picture quality
EP : triple recording time
- reduced picture quality
Note: - When you play back LP or EP recordings, some cassettes (e.g. E-300 type)
may produce interference. This is not indicative of a malfunction.
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S-VHS
S-VHS Recording
For recordings that you intend to play back on this VCR or another S-VHS VCR, we
recommend that you record in the S-VHS format to take advantage of this system’s
superior picture quality. Be sure to use a cassette bearing the S-VHS logo.
Insert an S-VHS cassette and set the [S-VHS REC] to [ON], so that the S-VHS
indicator is lit (See page 39).
Recording is performed in the S-VHS format.
When a cassette that was recorded in the S-VHS format is played back on a VHS VCR
without S-VHS quasi playback function, noisy playback picture will appear.
If you want to make a recording in the VHS format in order to play it back on a VHS
VCR, set the [S-VHS REC] to [OFF], so that the S-VHS indicator goes out (See page 39).
S-VHS Expansion Technology
S-VHS ET stands for Super-VHS Expansion Technology.
This function allows recording and playback in S-VHS picture quality on a normal VHS
cassette.
Recording in this format is only possible in the SP mode.
If LP or EP mode is selected while setting up a timer recording, the S-VHS ET indicator
turns off and S-VHS ET is cancelled.
Insert a VHS cassette and set the [S-VHS ET REC] to [ON], so that the S-VHS ET
indicator is lit.
Recording is performed in the S-VHS picture quality (See page 39).
When a cassette that was recorded using S-VHS ET function is played back on a VHS
VCR without S-VHS quasi playback function, noisy playback picture will appear.
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S-VHS
The following table lists the playback formats that are compatible with this VCR’s
recording standard.
Cassette
Recording format
Compatible Playback Equipment
VHS
(SP/LP/EP)
VHS, S-VHS,
VHS with SQPB*1
S-VHS ET
(SP)
S-VHS*2,
VHS with SQPB
VHS
(SP/LP/EP)
VHS, S-VHS,
VHS with SQPB
S-VHS
(SP/LP/EP)
S-VHS,
VHS with SQPB
VHS
S-VHS
*1 SQPB stands for S-VHS quasi playback.
*2 Some models are not compatible.
Notes:
!
!
!
!
We recommend that you use cassettes other than type E300.
If you want to record and playback with highest possible picture quality or store the
cassettes for a long time, we recommend that you use S-VHS cassettes and record
in the S-VHS format.
If you record in the S-VHS ET format, the picture quality may not be very good with
certain types of cassettes. To avoid negative surprises, we recommend that you
make a trial recording and confirm that the quality of the recorded picture is
satisfactory. To ensure optimum picture quality, we recommend the use of high-quality
type cassettes.
We recommend entering [S-VHS ET] into the cassette label on any cassette that you
have recorded using the S-VHS ET function so that you will be able to distinguish
such cassettes from VHS cassettes.
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External recording control
Aerial
VCR
TV
The AV2 input of this VCR is equipped for future use with external equipment
having external timer recording control such as digital satellite receivers. The
AV2 input can be set to EXT LINK 1 or EXT LINK 2 depending on the
equipment to be connected. Fully wired 21-pin scart cable is required. Refer
also to the manufacturer’s instruction for the external unit.
EXT LINK 1: The VCR recording start and stop time is controlled by a control
signal sent via the 21-pin scart cable from the external unit, for
example Sky Digibox.
EXT LINK 2: The VCR will start recording when AV2 input detects the video
signal and stop recording when the video signal is switched off by
the external unit.
Satellite Receiver
External recording control
!
!
2/2
Others
S-VHS REC
S-VHS ET REC
EXT LINK
!
: ON
: OFF
: 2
!
EXT LINK
MENU
: select
: return
EXIT
: exit
!
Press MENU and select Others
Press ENTER
Select EXT LINK 2 or 1
Press MENU to return to the Menu screen.
Press the EXT LINK button to activate the VCR's recording stand-by mode.
As long as the Video- or Controlsignal is being transmitted by the Satellite or
Digital Receiver, the VCR will record.
The following screen will be shown
if you selected EXT LINK 2:
!
!
EXT LINK recording in progress.
ENTER : yes
EXT LINK :cancel
Press ENTER to hide the message.
Press the EXT LINK button to stop recording.
Notes: - Be sure that the timer programmes stored by your VCR do not overlap the
ones of the satellite or digital receiver.
- Some external equipment may not work with this function, refer to the
operating instructions for the external unit.
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Timer recording
PROG/CHECK
Timer recording
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
--
Date
BBC1 31/12
BBC2 31/12
ITV 31/12
CH4 31/12
CH5 31/12
- - - - - -/ - :select
: delete
CANCEL
Press MENU, select Timer recording and press ENTER;
or press PROG/CHECK to display the Timer recording menu.
! Press ENTER
Use the cursor keys or CH
to make the next entries.
! Select a station
, or press CH (example BBC1)
! Set the date, week or day of week
, or press DATE (example 31/12)
! Enter the recording start time:
, or press ON (example 10:30)
! Enter the recording stop time:
, or press OFF (example 11:30)
Keep the buttons pressed to change the time in 30-minute steps.
!
1/3
PDC
Start Stop
10:30
11:30
12:30
13:30
14:30
- -: - ENTER
EXIT
11:30
12:30
13:30
14:30
15:30
- -:- -
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
SP
The recording timer allows you to programme the recording time of TV
programmes up to 1 month in advance. Use the on-screen menu to programme
a maximum of 16 recordings.
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
---
: store
: exit
!
Set the tape speed: A (Automatic), SP, LP, EP
!
Press
!
Press ENTER to save the timer programme.
!
Repeat these steps for further recordings you may wish to programme.
Press TIMER to activate the VCR´s Timer stand-by mode
Ensure that the video recorder symbol is displayed.
TIMER
!
,
or the PDC button to change the PDC setting (ON/OFF) .
Do not forget to verify that there is enough tape remain. The total
recording time must not exceed the length of tape on the video cassette.
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Timer recording
TIMER
TIMER CHECK
Quitting the timer mode
!
Displays the timer programmes for verification. (button on the unit only)
!
PROG/CHECK
Press TIMER; the video recorder symbol turns off.
You can now play back a cassette or make a manual recording.
Press TIMER again to reactivate the timer programme you entered
previously.
Repeatedly press TIMER CHECK to view the details of the timer programmes
on the VCR's display.
Checking the timer programme
!
!
Press PROG/CHECK; the Timer Recording menu will appear.
Press PROG/CHECK again or EXIT to quit the menu.
Changing or cancelling a timer programme
!
!
!
!
!
!
PROG PLAY
Press PROG/CHECK to display the Timer Recording menu.
Press
to select the entry you wish to edit.
Press ENTER
Use
to change the entries.
Press ENTER
Press RESET/CANCEL to cancel the timer programme.
Playing back programmed recordings
The unit will rewind to the beginning of the programmed recording and
automatically start playing it back.
You can also play back programmed recordings manually.
This function will not work if the tape has been ejected after Timer Recordings
have been completed.
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Timer recording
Automatic SP/LP selection
Note:
A: If, at the beginning of a timer programme, there is not enough tape left to
complete it, the SP/LP function will automatically run the tape at LP speed.
This ensures that the entire programme will be recorded. If the LP mode is
not enough to 'stretch' the remaining tape to fit you will not be able to record
all of the TV programme.
- It is not possible to automatically activate the EP mode.
PDC function
Programme Delivery Control adjusts the start and stop time of a timer recording
automatically to ensure the recording starts and finishes in line with the
programme broadcast.
This is useful when a programme over-runs the published times.
The station must be transmitting PDC and the exact time must be set for PDC
to work. The VCR detects whether a station is transmitting PDC only during the
tuning process.
If PDC is introduced or discontinued by a station you will need to re-tune the
VCR before it becomes aware of this.
PDC transmissions are not currently nation-wide so please check with your
local broadcaster for more information.
PDC
ON : The station transmits PDC signals. You must set the start time to the
time specified in the TV magazines.
- - - : The station does not transmit PDC signals. Try to set the start and
stop times such that the entire film can be recorded even if a programme
begins or ends earlier or later than planned.
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INTELLIGENT TIMER
INTELLIGENT TIMER
Pos
Date
25/10/03
Start Stop
PDC
1 BBC1 25/10 10:30 11:30 SP ON
1 BBC1 25/10 18:3019:30 SP OFF
2 BBC2 25/10 12:30 13:30 A ON
I-TIMER
This function makes it easier for you to time the recording of programmes
transmitted by the same station at the same time but on different days. You can
fully modify the programmes once they have been transferred to the Timer
Recording menu. The INTELLIGENT TIMER menu lists the information of the
last 5 timer programmes.
To use the INTELLIGENT TIMER function you must first programme at least
one normal timer programme.
Setting a programme at it is
!
I-TIMER : select
ENTER : edit
:
CANCEL : delete
Timer recording
Pos
Date
TIMER :
store
unlock
: lock
EXIT : exit
!
!
1/3
Editing a programme
PDC
!
BBC1 26/10 10:30 11:30 SP ON
BBC1 26/10 18:30 19:30 SP OFF
----- / ---:-- --:-- ------ -- / ---:-- --:-- - ------ -- / ---:-- --:-- - ------ -- / ---:-- --:-- - --ENTER : store
:select
CANCEL : delete
EXIT : exit
!
1
1
-----
Start Stop
Press I-TIMER.
Press
or I-TIMER to select a programme.
Press TIMER to activate the timer mode.
!
!
!
!
Press I-TIMER.
Press
or I-TIMER to select a programme.
Press ENTER to display the Timer recording screen.
Use
to change any of the data.
Press ENTER to store a change.
Press TIMER to activate the timer mode.
Protect and unprotect a Programme
If more than 5 timer programmes are made, the oldest entry will be deleted
automatically if it is not protected.
! To protect a programme, select the entry
and press ; the symbol is
displayed.
! To unprotect press
; the symbol disappears.
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VIDEO Plus+
Programming with the VIDEO Plus+ Function
The VIDEO Plus+ Codes (numbers) make it easy to set the VCR for timer
recording from TV channel and SAT channel.
The recording time may be slightly longer than the TV programme.
Video Plus+
8 3 5 4 2 - - - -
!
VIDEO Plus+
!
0 - 9 :enter
: correct
: access
: exit
ENTER
EXIT
!
Press the VIDEO Plus+ button.
Press the Numeric button to enter the VIDEO Plus+ code
(press to correct any mistakes)
Press ENTER
The Timer recording screen is displayed.
! Set the tape speed: A (Automatic), SP, LP, EP
(for automatic setting see page 33)
Timer recording
Pos
1
1
2
----
Date
BBC1 31/12
BBC1 31/12
BBC2 31/12
- - - - - -/ - - - - - - -/ - - - - - - -/ - -
1/3
Start Stop
10:30
11:30
12:30
- -: - - -: - - -: - -
11:30
12:30
13:30
- -: - - -: - - -: - -
PDC
SP ON
SP ON
SP OFF
- --- --- ---
,
If you do not wish to edit the Timer recording data.
Press TIMER to activate the timer mode.
Ensure that the video recorder symbol is displayed.
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
TIMER
To edit Timer recording data press ENTER
Use
, to select a station or press CH
Use
, to set the date, week or day of week or press DATE
Use
, to change the start time or press ON
Use
, to change the stop time or press OFF
See page 33 for PDC recording
Press ENTER
Press TIMER to activate the timer mode.
Ensure that the video recorder symbol is displayed.
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VIDEO Plus+
If [- -] appears under Pos after entering a VIDEO Plus+ Code (Number)
Timer recording
1/3
Pos
Date
Start Stop
-------
- -/ - - -/ - - -/ - - -/ - - -/ - -
10:30
- -: - - -: - - -: - - -: - - -: - -
-------------------
PDC
11:30 SP - - - -: - - - - - - -: - - - - - - -: - - - - - - -: - - - - - - -: - - - - - -
[- -] indication
Pos is the Programme Position/TV Station Name.
Normally, the name of the TV station and the number of the programme position
is displayed under [Pos].
However, if the TV station information was not automatically set during Auto
Setup due to adverse reception conditions, the [--] indication appears instead.
The [--] will also appear, when using VIDEO Plus+ to record from a Satellite
broadcast for the first time. For each satellite station, you will have to set the
Pos for the first time (for details see page 37).
In this case, follow the steps below to set the Pos.
Press the CH button repeatedly to select the programme position on which the
TV programme to be recorded will be broadcast.
After you have entered the information of a TV station, it remains stored in the
VCR’s memory, and you do not need to enter it again in the future.
To suspend the Timer recording Standby Mode
When you want to use the VCR for playback or manual recording before the
programmed timer recording will be performed, you can temporarily suspend
the timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button so that
the indication on the VCR display disappears.
However, after you have finished using the VCR, remember to reactivate the
timer recording standby mode by pressing the TIMER REC button again,
otherwise the programmed timer recording will not take place.
VIDEO Plus+ and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar Development
Corporation. The VIDEO Plus+ system is manufactured under license from
Gemstar Development Corporation.
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VIDEO Plus+
VIDEO Plus+ Codes for Satellite Receivers /Cable TV
This VCR is not designed to control (switch on or change channel) your satellite
receiver or Cable TV box, however, it can be taught to recognise VIDEO Plus+
Codes for Satellite stations. The Satellite receiver or Cable TV box must be
switched on and the correct station selected. Some receivers have their own timer
facility for this purpose. Please refer to your Satellite Receiver/Cable TV box
instructions for use of such timer facilities.
For your VCR to recognise the VIDEO Plus+ Codes for each satellite station, you
must teach your VCR which channel or AV input to record from for the first time.
Otherwise when setting a VIDEO Plus+ recording, the [- -] symbol will appear in
the channel position indicating that the VCR does not know which channel position
to set. Once you have set the channel/AV input once the VCR will remember it
whenever you use a VIDEO Plus+ Code for the station again.
Video Plus+
VIDEO Plus+
8 3 5 4 2 - - - -
Timer recording
1/3
Date
-------
10:30 11:30 SP - - - -/ - - - -: - - - -: - - - - - - -/ - - - -: - - - -: - - - - - - -/ - - - -: - - - -: - - - - - - -/ Invalid
- - - -: entry
- - - -: - - - - - - -/ - - - -: - - - -: - - - - - -
-------------------
Timer recording
Pos
Date
1
------
AV2
----------------
Start Stop
PDC
Pos
1/3
Start Stop
26/10 10:30 11:30
-- / ---:-- --:--- / ---:-- --:--- / ---:-- --:--- / ---:-- --:--- / ---:-- --:--
!
Press the VIDEO Plus+ button.
!
Enter a VIDEO Plus+ Code from a Satellite TV Guide for a satellite channel,
e.g. Sky 1 using the Numeric buttons. Press to correct any mistakes.
!
Press the ENTER button. [- -] will appear instead of a channel number/AV input.
!
Press the CH button to select the channel or AV input that is to be used for
recording from the satellite channel.
!
Press the ENTER button to memorise the setting. The VCR will now
automatically set the programme position or AV input correctly when a
VIDEO Plus+ recording is set for this satellite station in the future.
!
Press
to select the programme that you have just set. Now press the
CANCEL button to delete it from the timer recording list. It is no longer
needed.
Repeat the steps above until you have set and deleted dummy timer
recordings for each of the satellite stations that you will make VIDEO Plus+
recordings from.
PDC
SP ON
- --- --- --- --- ---
!
!
Press EXIT when you have finished.
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Others Menu
Others
1/2
Tape length
AV2
AV2 IN
AV1 OUT
S-VHS playback
OSD
VCR display
MENU
: select
: return
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
EXIT
AUTO ( E-240)
DECODER
VIDEO
VIDEO
AUTO
4:3
DIMMED
Tape length
Sets the tape length of the cassette you use.
AUTO ( E - 240), E - 195, E - 260, E - 300
Selects the type of external unit connected to the video recorder's AV2
outlet.
AV2
: exit
DECODER: If a decoder is connected.
NORMAL : If another video recorder or satellite receiver is connected.
AV2 IN
Allows you to record the S-Video signal of an external unit connected
to the video recorder's AV2 outlet.
VIDEO
: If the unit does not support S-VIDEO.
S-VIDEO : If the unit support S-VIDEO.
To connect use a 21-pin scart cable.
AV1 OUT
VIDEO
: Video signal via the 21-pin scart cable.
S-VIDEO : S-Video signal via the 21-pin scart cable.
AUTO
S-VHS playback ON
OFF
4:3
OSD
WIDE
OFF
VCR display
(only in stand-by mode)
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: The VCR automatically detects the type of recording
: Plays back S-VHS format cassettes in the S-VHS format.
: Plays back cassettes recorded in VHS format only.
: Displays appear at the edge of the screen
(displays not visible on 16:9 format screens).
: Displays appear at the edge of the screen
(displays appear in the middle on 4:3 format screens).
: No on-screen displays
DIMMED : The video recorder's display is dimmed.
ON
: The video recorder's display unit is on at normal brightness.
Others Menu
Others
Press
to display the 2nd screen.
2/2
S-VHS REC
S-VHS ET REC
EXT LINK
: ON
: OFF
: 2
S-VHS REC
In conjunction with the PAL TV system only.
ON
: For S-VHS format recordings on a S-VHS type cassette.
OFF
: For VHS format recordings on a S-VHS type cassette.
In conjunction with the PAL TV system only.
: Takes recordings at a higher picture quality on VHS-HG
cassettes.
OFF
: Takes standard quality recordings.
S-VHS ET REC ON
In SP mode only
MENU
: select
: return
EXIT
: exit
2
EXT LINK
1
: External recording control by satellite receivers or
digital receivers (video signal).
: For digital receivers transmitting a special recording
control signal, e.g. the F.U.N. receiver (TU-DSF31).
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Manual setup
This VCR has 99 programme positions that can be tuned to receive
TV stations.
In certain circumstances you may wish to tune in a station manually
or rename a TV station.
Manual Tuning
Tuning
Pos Name
1
2
3
4
5
Ch
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
A:
delete
select
MENU : return
6
7
8
9
10
22
23
24
25
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B:
Pos
Name
Channel
NICAM
MENU
Pos Name Ch
: select
: return
-------------
move
: access
: exit
ENTER
EXIT
7
: ---: --: AUTO
30
---------
!
!
!
!
!
!
:
EXIT
!
Press MENU and select Tuning
Press ENTER
Select Manual
and press ENTER
Select a free line down the list:
Press ENTER
Press
to start Channel tuning, or the Numeric buttons to enter the channel
number.
Wait until the desired station has been set.
Press MENU to return to the Tuning screen.
: exit
Note: If you have performed Manual Tuning to find TV stations, the [ - - ]
indication may appear under [Pos/Name] on the On Screen Display
when programming a VIDEO Plus+ timer recording.
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Manual setup
Changing the name of TV stations
Tuning
Pos Name
1
2
3
4
5
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
A:
delete
select
MENU : return
Ch
Pos Name Ch
22
23
24
25
26
6
7
8
9
10
-------------
30
---------
!
!
!
!
!
B:
move
ENTER : access
EXIT : exit
!
Pos
Name
Channel
NICAM
MENU
Press Menu and select Tuning
Press ENTER
Select Manual and press ENTER
Select a TV station
Press ENTER
: select
: return
: 1
: BBC1
: 22
: AUTO
EXIT
!
!
!
Select the Name entry
.
The cursor will mark the first letter BBC1.
Change that letter
Next letter , BBC1
Press MENU
The new name will be stored in the station table.
: exit
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Manual setup
Tuning
Pos Name
1
2
3
4
5
A:
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
delete
move
MENU : return
Ch
22
23
24
25
26
B:
Pos Name Ch
6
7
8
9
10
-------------
!
Press ENTER
Select Manual and press ENTER
Press Green button (Date+), an arrow at the left edge indicates
which field has been selected.
You can now move the station to any other location
.
Press ENTER
!
Press Red button (CH
!
!
!
!
move
: store
: exit
ENTER
EXIT
CH
CH
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30
---------
Changing the order of TV stations or deleting a station
! Press MENU and select Tuning
) to delete the station.
Manual setup
Restart Auto Setup
Tuning
!
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
!
!
!
OK?
ENTER : yes
The Auto Setup menu will be displayed.
The Tuning will start automatically.
EXIT : no
Note:
Auto Setup
Tuning
Press MENU and select Tuning
Press ENTER
Select Auto Setup
and press ENTER
Press ENTER
: Ch 1
- When no stations have been set, confirm all connections and restart Auto Setup.
- You can restart Auto Setup, without using remote controller, by pressing some
buttons on the front of the unit. Hold down
simultaneously for about 5 seconds.
and
on the main unit
Shipping condition / restoring factory defaults
Shipping condition resets the VCR back to the original factory settings. This is
useful if the VCR is going to be used in a new location as auto-setup will begin
again when the unit is switched on (after connecting to aerial and mains).
Tuning
!
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
!
!
!
OK?
ENTER : yes
EXIT : no
Note:
Press MENU and select Tuning
Press ENTER
Select Shipping condition
and press ENTER
Press ENTER
- To re-tune the VCR, disconnect and reconnect the AC Mains lead.
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Owner ID
Tuning
To change the Owner ID
!
!
!
!
Press MENU and select Tuning
Press ENTER.
Select Owner ID
and press ENTER.
Use the Numeric buttons or
to enter the current PIN number.
- After entering the correct PIN number, you can change the Name, House No
and Postcode.
! Press ENTER to conclude the setting.
! Use
, the Numeric buttons and ENTER to select and change the desired
information.
! Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
Manual
Auto Setup
Shipping condition
Owner ID
Owner ID
PIN number
Name
House No
Postcode
: 846*
: **************
: ***********
: ***********
EJECT
Owner ID
Name
House No
Postcode
Notes:
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To display the Owner ID information
!
: MARWIN
: BANKS
: RG12 8FT
Keep EJECT pressed for more than 5 seconds.
- The PIN number is not displayed.
- After 30 seconds, this menu automatically disappears.
Clock setting
The clock will normally be set correctly during Auto-Setup however, in some
circumstances the VCR cannot set the clock automatically. In this case, follow
the operation steps below to manually set the clock.
On Screen Display.
To manually adjust the clock
! Press MENU and select Clock set
.
! Press ENTER.
! Confirm that Clock set is set to MANUAL, and press ENTER.
! Use
or Numeric buttons to set the Date and Time.
! Press ENTER to conclude the settings.
! Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
Menu
Timer recording
Tuning
Clock set
Others
:select
: exit
ENTER
: access
To activate the automatic time correction function
The correct time for the VCR clock can be automatically maintained when the
VCR is tuned to a station that transmits a time signal.
EXIT
Datumset
Clock
/ Zeit
!
MANUAL
Time
Date
!
: 12 : 00 : 00
: 11. 6. 03
!
!
Datumset
Clock
/ Zeit
AUTO
Time
Date
: 12 : 00 : 00
: 11. 6. 03
!
Notes:
-
Press MENU and select Clock set
.
Press ENTER.
Use
to set AUTO.
Press ENTER to conclude the setting.
Under adverse reception conditions, etc., the Automatic time correction
function may not work. In this case, the indication for Clock setting is
automatically reset to MANUAL. If the reception conditions improve later on, it
may be possible to activate this function.
Press EXIT to exit the On Screen Display.
If Clock setting is set to AUTO when you open the Clock screen, do not set it to
MANUAL, otherwise, the automatic time correction function is deactivated.
This VCR uses a 24 hour clock.
In case of a power failure, an automatic back-up system maintains the clock for
approximate 60 minutes.
When Clock setting is set to AUTO, the automatic time correction function checks and if
necessary adjusts the time several times every day. The automatic time correction
function only works when the VCR is in standby, it does not work in the timer recording mode.
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TV control
Setting the Remote Control to operate your TV
!
Set the VCR/TV switch to TV.
VCR
TV
Only Panasonic TVs can be operated with the provided remote control.
The settings for operating the TV with the remote control have already been
made.
No additional settings need to be performed.
However, some of old Panasonic TVs cannot be operated using this remote control.
TV-Stand-by/on
Press to switch the TV from on to stand-by mode or vice
versa. In stand-by mode, the unit is still consuming a small
amount of power.
Numeric (0-9)
To select desired programme position.
AV
To select desired AV input on the TV.
CH
Channel selector
Teletext
If your TV is equipped for Teletext reception, you can use
these buttons to change the teletext information displayed
on the screen and select desired information. For details,
refer to your TV’s operating instructions.
VOLUME
To adjust the volume of the TV.
TV/TEXT
To switch between normal TV mode and teletext mode.
TV ASPECT
To switch the screen format between the wide-screen and
other aspects.
TRACKING/V-LOCK
CH
CH
TV/TEXT
TV ASPECT
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AUDIO out settings
AUDIO
NICAM sound system
Audio mode (L/R)
At each press of the AUDIO button, the selected sound output is indicated with
L (Left) and R (Right).
Stereo playback
:
Display: LR
Left audio channel playback
:
Display: L Right audio channel playback
:
Display: - R
Playback of normal audio (Mono) sound :
Display: - The NICAM System is a 2 channel digital sound broadcast system which in
most instances provides high quality stereo sound.
Broadcasters can also transmit two separate mono soundtracks on this system.
AUTO:
OFF:
Tuning
Pos Name
1
2
3
4
5
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CH4
CH5
!
Ch
Pos Name Ch
22
23
24
25
26
6
7
8
9
10
-------------
30
---------
!
!
!
!
!
When you record a programme which is broadcast with NICAM
sound, the NICAM sound is automatically recorded.
If you want to record the normal (mono) sound on the Hi-Fi audio
tracks during a NICAM broadcast, or if the stereo sound is distorted
due to poor reception conditions.
Press Menu and select Tuning
Press ENTER
Select Manual and press ENTER
Select a channel
Press ENTER
Select NICAM OFF
Pos
Name
Channel
NICAM
:
1
: BBC1
:
22
: OFF
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Advanced functions
Repeat Playback
The video recorder repeats playback from beginning to end of a recording.
SP
R
!
In Stop or Playback mode, press the Playback button for longer than 5
seconds. The video recorder displays an 'R', indicating repeat play mode.
!
Press to stop playing back at any time.
The end of a recording is marked by noise portion without picture and sound.
!
Finding the start of a recording
Quickly finds the start of a recording during playback or in Stop mode.
QUICK
ERASE
Note:
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!
Fast Forward /
Rewind
Every time you press the button (max. 20 times) the video recorder will find
the start of the next recording. Playback will automatically start for all
recordings that are longer than 5 minutes.
!
Press
to exit the Search function.
Erasing a cassette
Press and hold for a few seconds the QUICK ERASE button on the unit to
remove all recordings from a cassette.
It takes approx. 30 minutes to erase an E-180 cassette.
Erasing avoids noise bands that may occur at the beginning and end of a
recording over an existing one.
To protect the video heads, the unit automatically quits the Forward/Backward
Search, Jet Search, Still Playback, Slow Playback functions after 5-10 minutes.
Interference and motor noise are not indicative of a malfunction.
Advanced functions
SP
OFF TIMER
Limiting the recording and playback time
Switches the unit into stand-by mode after the set time of recording, playback
or in Stop mode.
! Press OFF TIMER repeatedly to extend the switch-off time from 30 to 60, 120,
180 or 240 minutes. The timer setting appears on the display of the VCR.
Tape Counter
RESET/CANCEL
To reset the tape counter (elapsed time) to “0:00.00”.
! The tape counter is automatically reset to “0:00.00” when a video cassette is
inserted.
! The tape counter can also be reset to “0:00.00” by pressing the RESET
button on the remote control.
Convenient Automatic Functions
VCR Auto Power On
When you insert a video cassette, the VCR switches on automatically.
Auto Playback Start
When you insert a video cassette with a broken erasure prevention tab,
playback starts automatically without pressing the Play button.
VCR-off Playback
When the VCR is off, and you press the Play button with a tape inserted, the
VCR switches on and playback begins.
Auto Rewind
When the tape reaches the end, the VCR automatically rewinds it to the
beginning (This function is disabled during timer recording).
Automatic Switch Off and Eject
When the VCR is switched off, a tape can be ejected by pressing the EJECT
button. The VCR will eject the cassette and automatically turn itself off again.
To eject the Video Cassette using the Remote Control
Keep the Stop button pressed for more than 3 seconds.
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Editing
Assemble Editing
Assemble editing is the process of copying scenes from an external source such as a movie
camera, to this VCR. These scenes can be assembled in the order of your choice to create
your own unique composition.
NV-SV120
INTELLIGENT TIMER
3D DNR
PROG PLAY
PULL-OPEN
S-VIDEO VIDEO L/MONO - AUDIO - R
AV3 IN
S-Video
EXT LINK
S-VHSET
QUICK
PDC
ERASE
VHS
PAL
625
Video Audio
Video movie camera
Preparations:
! Connect a video movie camera or a VCR to this VCR with an audio/video cable or a 21-pin
Scart cable, as shown in the illustration.
! Display the VCR picture on the TV.
! Insert the cassette on which you wish to record, and ensure that its erasure prevention tab
is intact.
! Set the VCR/TV switch to VCR.
! Press the INPUT SELECT button to select the AV Input (external input) [A1], [A2] or [A3]
depending on the socket(s) on the VCR to which the source unit has been connected.
A1: When connected to the AV1 21-pin Scart socket
A2: When connected to the AV2 21-pin Scart socket
! Make sure that AV2 is set to NORMAL. (See page 38.)
A3: When connected to the Video and Audio Input socket on the front panel of the this VCR
! Use the L connector for operations in the normal (monaural) mode.
1 Press the Play button to start playback.
AV2 (DECODER/DECODEUR/EXT)
AV1 (TV)
CONTROLE 8mm
2 At the point where you want to join a new scene, press the Pause/Slow button
in the still playback mode.
to put it
3 Press the REC button to put it in the recording pause mode.
AV2
AV1
4 Start playback on the source unit and search for the point from which you want to record
(copy) onto this VCR.
5 When that point is reached, press the Pause/Slow button
new picture and sound from the playback unit.
Other VCR
6 To record (copy) additional scenes, press the Pause/Slow
button to put this VCR in
the recording pause mode and then perform above steps 4 and 5 again.
7 When you have finished recording, press the stop button .
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again to start recording the
Tape Care
Some do’s and dont’s on tape care.
DO:
1) Use a good quality branded tape, such as Panasonic.
2) Keep in the box supplied with the tape, or a video case, when not in use.
3) Try to use the whole tape when making recordings and avoid re-recording
over the same section of the tape repeatedly as this will help prevent
premature tape wear.
4) Take care to insert a tape correctly into the VCR to avoid damage.
DO NOT:
1) Expose the tape to high humidity or temperature.
2) Expose to liquid.
3) Expose to dust particles by storing directly on a carpet for example.
4) Use a damaged tape or attempt to repair it.
5) Dismantle the cassette housing.
6) Attempt to lift the front cassette flap or touch the tape surface.
Cassette erasure protection
Break out the erasure protection tab to protect the cassette against accidental
erasure of recordings you wish to keep. Stick adhesive tape over the gap if you
wish to re-record a protected cassette.
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Before requesting service
I HAVE AN ON SCREEN MESSAGE.
You have attempted to carry out a function, which is
not possible at this time. It may be that no tape is
inserted and you have pressed Play, or that you
tried to change the details of a timer recording whilst
it was being carried out.
THE VCR DISPLAY IS NOT ILLUMINATED.
The AC mains lead has become disconnected.
THE DISPLAY IS LIT, BUT THE VCR CANNOT
BE OPERATED.
The VCR is in timer recording mode.
Safety devices are operating.
VCR PICTURE DOES NOT APPEAR ON THE SCREEN.
If connected via RF
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Please follow the instructions as given on the display.
Connect mains lead securely.
Press TIMER REC to cancel the mode.
Disconnect the mains, wait for 1 minute and reconnect.
If problem persists, consult service engineer.
If connected via SCART
Check RF output channel and adjust if necessary.
(See page 21 for details.)
Check connections and choose appropriate AV channel on TV.
AUTO CLOCK SETTING DOES NOT OPERATE.
Teletext information is not available or cannot be read.
Set the clock manually. (See page 45 for details.)
THE PLAYBACK PICTURE IS DISTORTED,
BLACK AND WHITE OR HAS HORIZONTAL
NOISE BARS.
The tracking adjustment is not correct.
The playback channel on the TV has not been tuned properly.
The video heads may be worn or clogged.
Adjust the tracking. (See page 26.)
Re-tune the TV.
Consult service engineer.
Before requesting service
THE PICTURE OF A RECORDED PROGRAMME
IS DISTORTED OR MISSING.
The aerial or connection is defective.
No programme was recorded because the VCR is
not tuned correctly.
Incorrect programme position was selected.
Select correct channel.
TIMER RECORDING DOES NOT OPERATE
CORRECTLY.
Time and date were not set correctly.
The start or finish time was not set correctly.
The VCR was not put into timer recording mode.
Re-set correctly.
Re-set correctly.
Put VCR into timer recording mode.
RECORDING FROM AN EXTERNAL SOURCE
IS NOT POSSIBLE.
The incorrect AV input was selected.
The cables are not connected properly.
Check which AV input is in use and select this on the VCR.
Check connections and adjust as necessary.
THE REMOTE CONTROL DOES NOT OPERATE
CORRECTLY.
The remote signal cannot reach the VCR.
The remote is too far from the VCR.
The batteries have been inserted incorrectly.
The wrong remote control mode has been selected.
Check connections and reconnect as necessary.
Re-tune the VCR.
Point the remote at the front of VCR and make sure
that there are no objects in the way.
Move closer to the VCR or replace the batteries.
Insert the batteries correctly.
Switch over to VCR.
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21-pin Scart Socket
21-pin Scart Socket
1
3
5
7
9
11 13 15 17 19
21
2
4
6
8
10 12 14 16 18 20
The 21-pin Scart socket transmits both input and output signals for picture and sound.
TVs equipped with the same type of socket can be connected here.
This type of socket is also called Peritel, Euro Connector and Euro AV.
AV1 Scart Socket (NORMAL)
1 Audio output CH2 (R)
2 Audio input CH2 (R)
3 Audio output CH1 (L)
4 Audio ground
5 Blue ground
6 Audio input CH1 (L)
7 Blue
8 Switching voltage
9 Green ground
10 Reserved
11 Green
12 No connection
13 Red ground
14 Blanking ground
15 Red
16 Blanking
17 Video output ground
18 Video input ground
19 Video output
20 Video input
21 Ground
AV1 Scart Socket (S-VIDEO)
1 Audio output CH2 (R)
2 Audio input CH2 (R)
3 Audio output CH1 (L)
4 Audio ground
5 No connection
6 Audio input CH1 (L)
7 No connection
8 Switching voltage
9 No connection
10 Reserved
11 No connection
12 No connection
13 C Out ground
14 No connection
15 C Out
16 No connection
17 Y Out ground
18 Video input ground
19 Y Out
20 Video input
21 Ground
AV2 Scart Socket
1 Audio output CH2 (R)
2 Audio input CH2 (R)
3 Audio output CH1 (L)
4 Audio ground
5 Blue ground
6 Audio input CH1 (L)
7 Blue
8 Switching voltage
9 Green ground
10 Control signal
11 Green
12 Reserved
13 Red ground
14 Blanking ground
15 Red
16 Blanking
17 Video output ground
18 Video input ground
19 Video output
20 Video input
21 Ground
The Red, Green and Blue (RGB) video signals are looped through only from an
external source unit, for example from a connected a pay-TV decoder, i.e. they are not
from tape playback.
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Specifications
Power supply
NV-SV120EB
Power consumption in operation
220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
20W
Controls
multifunctional remote control (VCR and Panasonic TV) /
VCR direct controls (main functions)
Video and Audio heads (helical scanning system)
Tape speed
Record and playback time (E240/SE240 cassette)
Fast forward or fast rewind time (E180 cassette)
4 heads (Super Ferrite Head) / 2 heads Hi-Fi
SP: 23.39 mm/s, LP: 11.7 mm/s
SP: 240 min, LP: 480 min
approx. 60 s
TV system
Video input and output level
RF modulated output
PAL I 625 lines
1.0 V peak-to-peak, 75 Ohm, terminated
UHF channel (21-68), 75 Ohm
Audio Input level
Audio Output level
-6 dBV, more than 10 kOhm
-6 dBV, less than 1 kOhm
Horizontal resolution (colour)
more than 240 lines (VHS, SP), 400 lines (S-VHS/SVHS ET, SP)
Signal-to-noise ratio video (colour)
more than 43 dB (SP)
Signal-to-noise ratio audio
more than 43 dB (SP, normal)
Dynamic range audio
more than 90 dB (Hi-Fi sound tracks)
Audio frequency response
80 Hz to 8 kHz (SP, normal)
20 Hz to 20 kHz (Hi-Fi sound tracks)
Operating temperature / humidity
5°C to 40°C / 35-80% relative humidity
Weight and Dimensions (approximate value)
3.5 kg / 430 (width) x 87 (height) x 285 mm (depth)
D These specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Index
Aerial input/output
AUDIO
AUDIO output
Auto Setup
AV1
AV2
Batteries
Channel
Clock
Date
DECODER
Digital Receiver
Dimmed
Erasure protection
EXT LINK
Factory defaults
INDEX
INTELLIGENT TIMER
Page
7
47
7,17
18,43
7
7,30,38
7
19,21,40
19,45
31,35
16,38
30
38
51
30,39
43
9,48
34
JET SEARCH
Manual Tuning
Page
24
Mono
40
47
NICAM
NTSC
47
25
OFF TIMER
OSD
9,49
38
Playback
PDC
PROG PLAY
8,24
9,33
32
Quick Erase
6,48
Recording
Remain
Remote
Repeat Playback
RF cable
27,30
27
8,9,46
48
10,12,15
Satellite Receiver
Scart Cable
Shipping condition
Slow playback
Stereo
Still playback
S-VHS
Tape length
Tape speed
Teletext
TIMER CHECK
Timer recording
TRACKING/V-LOCK
Tuning
TV Aspect
TV control
Page
10,30
12,16,30
43
24
17,47
24
28,38
38
27,31
46
6,32
31
9,26
40
8,46
46
VCR display
VIDEO plus+
This equipment complies with European conformity requirements, in accordance with the
conditions of electromagnetic compatibility and product safety.
This equipment complies with the requirements of protection class 2.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
F10G03-0
RQTD0043-1B
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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