Panasonic NVSJ5MK2AM Operating instructions

Panasonic NVSJ5MK2AM Operating instructions
Video Cassette Recorder Line Recording
NV-SJ5
MK2AM
Operating Instructions
Contents
VQT9284
Precautions
3
Connections
4
Tuning the TV to your
VCR (Line Recording)
4
Menu Setting
5
Playback
6
Play-Off Timer
8
Recording and Editing
9
One-Touch Recording (OTR)
11
Other Functions
12
Before Requesting Service
14
Specifications
15
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust
this product, please read these instructions
completely.
IMPORTANT
Infrared Remote Control
Your attention is drawn to the fact that
recording of pre-recorded tapes or discs
or other published or broadcast material
may infringe copyright laws.
Power Source for the Remote Control
The remote control is powered by 2 UM3 or R6
size batteries. The life of the batteries is about
one year, although this depends on the
frequency of use.
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
On Colour system
This unit is designed to play back
programmes based on the PAL (B/G and
D/K) and SECAM (B/G and D/K) colour
systems.
– Tapes recorded with the French SECAM
colour system can be played back on this
unit but the picture displayed will be black
and white.
As this equipment gets hot during use,
operate it in well ventilated place; do not
install this equipment in a confined
space such as a book case or similar
unit.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
DO NOT REMOVE OUTER COVER.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove
cover. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer
servicing to qualified service personnel.
Precautions for Battery Replacement
– Load the new batteries with their polarity (+
and -) aligned correctly.
– Do not apply heat to the batteries, or an
internal short-circuit may occur.
– If you do not intend to use the remote control
for a long period of time, remove the batteries
and store them in a cool and dry place.
– Remove spent batteries immediately and
dispose of them.
– Do not use an old and a new battery together,
and never use an alkaline battery with a
manganese battery.
– Do not use rechargeable batteries.
Opening the cover
A
1 While pressing the
indentation A in the
direction indicated by the
arrow...
2 Lift the cover up.
+
-
Longrun Head System
This longrun head system enables
approximately 8,000 hours of recording/
playback with high quality images. Newly
developed head cylinder with narrower head
windows and tapered cylinder design
effectively protects heads from dust and
prevents head clogging. Plus, “Alumina” Head
Cleaner further enhanced cleaning efficiency.
– Based on in-house tests with Panasonic
video cassettes. Actual head life may vary
according to conditions of use, tape type,
temperature, humidity, etc.
2
+
Loading the batteries
ENGLISH
Precautions
Please read these precautions before you
operate this VCR (Line Recording).
Avoid:
– Humidity and dust.
– Extreme heat such as direct sunlight.
– Magnets or electromagnetic objects.
– Touching internal parts of the VCR (Line
Recording).
– Water or some other liquid.
– Lightning. Disconnect the aerial plug from the
VCR (Line Recording) during lightning storms.
– Anything heavy on the VCR (Line Recording).
– Connecting or handling the equipment with
wet hands.
– Using a cell phone near the VCR (Line
Recording) because doing so may cause
noise to adversely affect the picture and
sound.
Dirt on the Video Heads
If the video heads get dirty, pictures will not be
recorded or played back clearly.
(See the following conditions.)
Normal picture
Small amount
of dirt
Large amount
of dirt
If this happens, clean the video heads with a
commercially available cleaning cassette.
If the problem still persists after performing the
above, contact qualified service personnel to
request assistance.
Do:
– Wipe the VCR (Line Recording) with a clean
and dry cloth.
– Install the VCR (Line Recording) in a
horizontal position.
– Keep the VCR (Line Recording), TV and other
equipment switched off until you have
finished all connections.
Condensation may form in the following
cases:
– The VCR (Line Recording) is brought from
cold surroundings into a well-heated room.
– The VCR (Line Recording) 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 (Line Recording) for at
least 1 hour.
This VCR (Line Recording) is not equipped
with a dew sensor.
3
ENGLISH
Connections
B: Connection to a TV using
the Audio/Video Input Socket
A: Basic Connections
TV Set (Not Supplied)
Aerial
(Not Supplied)
TV Set (Not Supplied)
Aerial Connector
A-1
A-2
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
B-1
CH ADJ.
CH ADJ.
AUDIO VIDEO
AUDIO VIDEO
B·G·H RF OUT
D·K·K1 RF IN
RF
SELECT
B·G·H RF OUT
D·K·K1 RF IN
OUT
RF
SELECT
IN
(Not Supplied)
OUT
IN
B-2
A-3
Tuning the TV to your VCR (Line Recording)
It is possible to view the video picture on your
TV in the same way that you watch TV
broadcasts.
If you have connected the VCR (Line
Recording) to the TV through the Audio/
Video Input Sockets, then you do not need
to follow the procedure below.
Operations
1 Turn on the TV and VCR
(Line Recording).
POWER
2 Insert a recorded video
cassette tape.
– To start playback, see
page 6.
RF SELECT
Use [RF SELECT] to select the colour TV
system used by the TV to be connected.
B.G.H: PAL B.G.H./SECAM B.G.
D.K.K1: PAL D/SECAM D.K.K1
POWER Í/I Button
Press to switch the VCR (Line Recording) from
on to the standby mode or vice versa. In the
standby mode, the VCR (Line Recording) is still
connected to the mains. When the VCR (Line
Recording) is turned off, the [STANDBY]
indicator (on the front panel) is lit. When the
VCR (Line Recording) is turned on, the [120]
indicator (on the front panel) is lit.
3 Select the TV channel on
which the playback picture is
viewed.
– UHF channel E38 (C25)
4 Stop playback.
STOP
4
/I
The playback picture is transmitted on channel
E38 (C25) of the broadcasting channels. If you
are encountering interference from another
broadcast on the video channel, you may
readjust to a free channel by using [CH ADJ.]
screw. Note that if [CH ADJ.] screw is used,
then you will have to re-tune your TV to the
playback picture following steps 2–4.
Menu Setting
POWER
SEARCH
MENU
VCR/TV SPEED
TRACKING/V-LOCK
PLAY
REW
2
3
RESET
FF
1,4
STOP
LANGUAGE
MENU
LANGUAGE
(¡ENGLISH
)
1 Press [MENU].
TAPE SELECT
(AUTO)
SYSTEM
(AUTO)
NTSC INPUT SELECT
(AUTO)
NTSC PB SELECT
(onPALTV)
2 Select [LANGUAGE].
END :MENU
3 Select one of the two
SELECT:
languages displayed:
English and Russian.
4 Press [MENU] to make the on screen display
disappear.
[AUTO]:
Allows PAL, MESECAM or NTSC signals to
be distinguished automatically.
Normally set at this position. If the picture
lacks colour when [AUTO] is set, set to
[PAL], [MESECAM] or [NTSC].
[PAL]:
Use when recording or playback in the PAL
system.
[MESECAM]:
Use when recording or playback in the
MESECAM system.
[NTSC]:
Use when recording or playback in the
NTSC system.
[B/W]:
Use when recording or playback in the
black and white.
4 Press [MENU] to make the on screen display
disappear.
NTSC INPUT SELECT
TAPE SELECT
Select the corresponding video cassette tape
length to display the approximate remaining
tape time.
1 Press [MENU].
2 Select [TAPE SELECT].
3 Select the corresponding video cassette tape
length.
[AUTO]:
The VCR automatically distinguishes E30,
-60, -90, -120, -150, -180, and -240 tapes.
[E195]:
For E195 tape
[E260]:
For E260 tape
[E300]:
For E300 tape
– The remaining tape time may not be
displayed correctly depending on the tape
used.
4 Press [MENU] to make the on screen display
disappear.
SYSTEM
1 Press [MENU].
2 Select [SYSTEM].
3 Select [AUTO], [PAL], [MESECAM], [NTSC]
or [B/W].
1 Press [MENU].
2 Select [NTSC INPUT SELECT].
3 Select [AUTO], [4.43] or [3.58].
[AUTO]:
Allows NTSC 4.43 or 3.58 signals to be
distinguished automatically.
[4.43]:
Use when recording NTSC 4.43 signals.
[3.58]:
Use when recording NTSC 3.58 signals.
4 Press [MENU] to make the on screen display
disappear.
NTSC PB SELECT
1 Press [MENU].
2 Select [NTSC PB SELECT].
3 Select [on PAL TV], [4.43] or [3.58].
[on PAL TV]:
Use when playing back a tape recorded in
the NTSC system on PAL TV.
[4.43]:
Use when playing back a tape recorded in
the NTSC system in 4.43 mode.
[3.58]:
Use when playing back a tape recorded in
the NTSC system in 3.58 mode.
4 Press [MENU] to make the on screen display
disappear.
5
Playback
POWER
SEARCH
VCR/TV SPEED
TRACKING/V-LOCK
120
60
18
0
30
REC/
STANDBY
PLAY/
OFF
MENU
FF
240
REW
POWER
/I
PLAY
RESET
LP(EP)
REW
REC/OTR
EJECT
FF
STOP
3
1
2
5
4
STOP
31
INDEX
5 2
Preparation
Insert a recorded video cassette tape.
For High Speed Cue or Review
Playback (JET SEARCH)
During playback, tap [FF] or [REW] twice.
Operations
1 Start viewing the picture by
pressing [PLAY].
– When playing back a tape
which was recorded in the LP or NTSC EP
mode, the [LP (EP)] indicator is lit.
– When playing back a tape which was
recorded in the PAL EP mode, the [LP
(EP)] indicator flashes.
Hints:
– To fast forward the tape: Press [FF].
– To rewind the tape: Press [REW].
– If you keep [FF] or [REW] pressed in step 2
or 3, Cue or Review Playback is activated
while the button is pressed, and operation
returns to normal playback when the button is
released.
2 Search forward by tapping
[FF]. (Cue Playback)
– To change back to normal
playback, press [PLAY].
Tracking/V-Lock
120
18
60
0
30
240
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
120
18
60
0
30
240
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
120
60
18
0
30
240
3 Search backward by tapping
[REW]. (Review playback)
– To change back to normal
playback, press [PLAY].
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
120
18
60
4 View a still picture by
pressing [PAUSE/SLOW].
(The picture may not be in
colour.)
– To view a slow motion
picture, keep
[PAUSE/SLOW] pressed
for 2 seconds.
The indicator rotates slowly.
– To continue normal playback, press
[PLAY].
0
30
240
LP(EP)
120
18
0
240
30
60
REC/
STANDBY
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
5 Stop viewing the picture by pressing [STOP].
6
OSD
REC
For manual tracking adjustment
The i and j buttons on the remote control are
used to adjust the tracking when, for example,
noise bars on the picture during normal
playback are better removed manually than by
automatic digital tracking control.
Press both buttons down at the same time to
return to automatic digital tracking control.
For slow tracking adjustment
When noise bars appear during Still or Slow
Playback, switch over to slow playback and
adjust with the i or j button to reduce the
noise bars.
For vertical locking adjustment
Use the i and j buttons to minimize any
vertical jitter during still picture playback.
For High Speed Picture During
Fast Forward or Rewind
Keep [FF] pressed during fast forward.
Keep [REW] pressed during rewind.
To Eject the Video Cassette
Using the Remote Control
Keep pressing [STOP] for at least 3 seconds.
To Play back the Recorded
Section Repeatedly
Keep [PLAY] pressed for
5 seconds or more.
The [R 1] display appears
on the TV screen.
– Press [STOP] to release the Repeat Playback
mode.
18
0
240
30
60
120
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
NTSC Playback on PAL TV
Tapes recorded in the NTSC system can be
played back with this VCR (Line Recording) via
a PAL system TV set.
– Set [NTSC PB SELECT] to [on PAL TV].
Automatic Functions
Automatic switching on
When a video cassette tape is inserted, the
VCR (Line Recording) turns itself on
automatically.
Notes:
– During any playback mode other than normal
playback, the picture may have some noise
bars, the colour may be unstable, or a black
and white picture may appear. However, this
is not a malfunction.
– Depending on the TV set used, the Playback
picture may roll up or down during special
playback (Cue, Review, Still or Slow Playback
mode). However, this is not a malfunction.
– Cue or Review Playback will be automatically
released after 10 minutes, Still Playback after
5 minutes and Slow Playback after
10 minutes.
– In the LP or EP mode, when playing back a
tape which was recorded on another VCR
(Line Recording), it may be necessary to
adjust the Tracking Control. In some cases
the picture quality may still be inferior.
– When you play back a tape recorded in the
LP or EP mode, the picture may be in black
and white. However, this is not a malfunction.
– When you play back a tape recorded in the
EP mode, the picture and the sound may be
unstable. However, this is not a malfunction.
– The sound recorded on the Hi-Fi audio track
is not played back.
Automatic playback
When a video cassette tape without an intact
erasure prevention tab is inserted,
the VCR (Line Recording) starts playback
automatically.
Automatic rewinding
When the tape reaches its end during recording
or playback, it will automatically be rewound to
the beginning. During OTR, this function will
not work.
VCR (Line Recording)-off playback
When the VCR (Line Recording) is off, an
inserted video cassette tape can be played
back by pressing [PLAY].
Automatic switching off and ejection
When the VCR (Line Recording) is switched
off, an inserted video cassette tape can be
ejected simply by pressing [EJECT]. The VCR
(Line Recording) will eject the video cassette
tape and automatically turn itself off again.
7
Play-Off Timer
120
60
18
0
30
REC/
STANDBY
FF
240
REW
PLAY/
OFF
LP(EP)
REC/OTR
POWER
/I
EJECT
STOP
1,2
Whenever you are playing back a tape and
wish to stop the tape automatically, simply
set the playback duration up to 240 minutes
using [PLAY/OFF].
Preparation
Insert a recorded cassette.
Operations
1 Start playback by pressing [PLAY].
2 Press [PLAY/OFF] on the main unit
repeatedly to select the desired playback
duration.
– At the press of the button,
indicators of selected timer
duration flash.
– At every press of the button, flashing
indicators change as follows:
30 (min.)>60 (min.)>120 (min.)>
180 (min.)>240 (min.)>No flash (normal
playback mode)
– The VCR (Line Recording) will
automatically switch off when Play-Off
Timer is completed.
To turn the VCR (Line Recording) on again,
press [POWER].
18
0
240
30
60
120
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
Notes:
– If the tape reaches the end during Play-Off
Timer, the VCR (Line Recording) will
automatically be rewound to the beginning
and turn itself off.
– To stop Play-Off Timer part-way, press
[STOP] or [POWER].
8
To Interrupt Recording
120
18
60
0
30
Press [PAUSE/SLOW]
during recording.
Press it again to continue
recording.
240
Recording and
Editing
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
120
60
18
0
30
REC/
STANDBY
FF
240
REW
PLAY/
OFF
LP(EP)
To Select the Desired Tape
Speed
REC/OTR
POWER
/I
EJECT
STOP
Press [SPEED] before recording.
AUDIO/VIDEO IN
Repeatedly pressing this button changes the
tape speed in the following order.
PAL: SP>LP>EP>SP
NTSC: SP>EP>SP
CH ADJ.
AUDIO VIDEO
RF OUT
B·G·H
D·K·K1
RF
SELECT
OUT
RF IN
IN
EP mode means Super Long Play (SLP).
– When LP or NTSC EP mode is selected, the
[LP(EP)] indicator is lit.
– When PAL EP mode is
selected, the [LP(EP)]
indicator flashes.
Other VCR
Video Movie Camera
18
0
240
30
60
120
REC/
STANDBY
POWER
SEARCH
LP(EP)
VCR/TV SPEED
TRACKING/V-LOCK
MENU
PLAY
REW
RESET
FF
2
1
STOP
OSD
INDEX
REC
Recording
Preparations
– Connect a movie camera or another VCR to
this VCR (Line Recording) as shown.
– Insert a video cassette tape with an intact
erasure prevention tab.
– Set [SYSTEM]. (See page 5.)
Notes:
– The Recording Pause mode will be
automatically released after 5 minutes.
– It is not possible to record via the RF input
Socket because this VCR (Line Recording) is
not equipped with a TV tuner.
– When playing back a cassette recorded in the
LP or EP mode, some picture and sound
distortion may occur. However, this is not a
malfunction.
– The tape recorded in the EP mode on this
VCR (Line Recording) cannot be played back
on the other VCR without EP mode function.
Operations
18
0
30
60
120
240
1 Start recording by pressing
[REC].
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
2 Stop recording by pressing [STOP].
9
POWER
SEARCH
VCR/TV SPEED
TRACKING/V-LOCK
MENU
PLAY
REW
2,4
5
RESET
FF
3
AUDIO OUT
VIDEO OUT
STOP
INDEX
OSD
REC
CH ADJ.
AUDIO VIDEO
RF OUT
B·G·H
D·K·K1
RF
SELECT
RF IN
OUT
IN
Editing
To Record a TV Programme
Various contents from other sources can be
recorded as a series into a single tape.
TV programmes can be recorded by
connecting this VCR (Line Recording) to a TV
with Audio/Video output sockets.
Preparations
– Connect a movie camera or another VCR to
this VCR (Line Recording) as shown on
page 9.
– Insert a video cassette tape with an intact
erasure prevention tab.
– Set [SYSTEM]. (See page 5.)
Preparation
Connect this VCR (Line Recording) and a TV
as shown.
Operations
1 Turn on the TV and VCR (Line Recording).
Operations
1 Search for the end of the previous recording.
2 Insert a video cassette tape with an intact
erasure prevention tab.
2 Press [PAUSE/SLOW] at the end.
3 Select TV station which you want to record.
3 Set the new recording by pressing [REC].
4 Start recording by pressing [REC].
4 Start the new recording by pressing [PAUSE/
SLOW] again.
5 Stop recording by pressing [STOP].
5 Stop recording by pressing [STOP].
10
One-Touch
Recording (OTR)
120
18
60
0
30
REC/
STANDBY
FF
240
REW
PLAY/
OFF
LP(EP)
REC/OTR
POWER
/I
EJECT
STOP
1,2
Whenever you are in a hurry to start a timer
recording with automatic stop in your
absence, simply set the recording duration
up to 240 minutes with [REC/OTR].
Preparations
– Connect a movie camera or another VCR to
this VCR (Line Recording) as shown on
page 9.
– Insert a video cassette tape with an intact
erasure prevention tab.
– Set [SYSTEM]. (See page 5.)
Operations
1 Start recording by pressing [REC].
2 Press [REC/OTR] on the main unit
repeatedly to select the recording duration.
– At the press of the button,
indicators of selected timer
duration flash.
– At every press of the button,
flashing indicators change as follows:
30 (min.)>60 (min.)>120 (min.)>
180 (min.)>240 (min.)>No flash (normal
recording mode)
– The VCR (Line Recording) will
automatically switch off when OTR is
completed.
To turn the VCR (Line Recording) on again,
press [POWER].
18
0
240
30
60
120
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
Notes:
– When the tape reaches its end during OTR,
the VCR (Line Recording) will turn itself off.
– To stop OTR part-way, press [STOP] or
[POWER].
11
Searching while checking the
video cassette contents
(Intro-Jet Scan)
Other Functions
POWER
SEARCH
The approximate beginnings of each recorded
programme are played in succession at the
high speed so that the programme to be
viewed can be located easily.
VCR/TV SPEED
TRACKING/V-LOCK
MENU
PLAY
REW
RESET
FF
Preparation
Insert the recorded cassette.
STOP
INDEX
OSD
REC
Operations
1 Press [SEARCH].
VHS Index Search System
INTRO JET SCAN
55
It is very easy to find the beginning of each
recording automatically, because a special
index signal is automatically recorded at the
start of each recorded segment on the tape.
Up to 5 index signals can be searched for in
both directions.
For example:
Searching for the 2nd recorded segment in the
forward direction.
18
0
240
30
60
120
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
This operation is performed while the VCR
(Line Recording) is off or while the VCR
(Line Recording) is in the stop mode or
normal playback mode.
– The tape is rewound to the start, and
played for about 10 seconds at the high
speed. It is then fast forwarded, the VISS
(VHS Index Search System) signals are
searched in succession, and each time the
signals are found, the tape is played for
about 10 seconds at the high speed.
LP(EP)
– After finding the specific recorded segment,
playback starts automatically.
– For the reverse direction, press [INDEX :].
– Up to 5 index signals can be searched for in
both directions.
– The INDEX function only works in the stop
mode or during playback.
– When the opposite button is pressed, the
number of lit indicators decreases 1.
– The number of lit indicators decreases by 1
each time an index signal is found.
Recording Index Signals
Index signals are recorded in the following
case.
– When a recording is started by pressing
[REC (REC/OTR)].
Note:
– The search function will only work correctly if
the index signals are spaced at least
5 minutes apart.
12
0
240
REC/
STANDBY
Preparation
Insert a recorded cassette with index signals.
Operation
Press [INDEX 9] twice.
18
30
60
120
2 When the programme to be viewed is
reached, press [PLAY].
– Normal playback now commences.
To stop the operation at any time
Press [STOP].
Note:
– This function may not work properly when
recorded programmes run for 15 minutes or
less.
Settings Using the On Screen
Display
Press [OSD].
– The on screen display
appears during playback
or AV external recording
or playback.
– Press [OSD] again to
make the on screen
display disappear.
1
2 3 4 5 6
REMAIN 4:00
0:00.22
SP
MESECAM
1 Remaining tape time
– The remaining tape time may not be
displayed when inserting a cassette.
– The remaining tape time may not be
displayed correctly.
2 Tape running display
3 Tape counter/OTR indication/Index search/
Play-Off Timer
Information
Tape counter
OTR indication
Index search
Play-Off Timer
Display
j2:35.47
OTR 60
S1
OFFÁ 60
Press [RESET] 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.
4 Tape speed indicator (SP/LP/EP)
5 Cassette-in indicator
6 Colour system indicator
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Before Requesting
Service
Before requesting service, check the following
points again.
VCR (Line Recording) will not operate.
[Mains lead not connected.]
– Reconnect mains lead to mains outlet.
[Safety devices operating.]
– Disconnect mains lead and wait for 1 minute.
Reconnect mains supply and check functions.
[An unknown language appears on the screen.]
– Select the desired language. See page 5.
Picture noisy or not in colour.
Horizontal bars or lines run down the
screen.
[TV not tuned to VCR (Line Recording).]
– Check TV tuning. See page 4.
[Video heads clogged or worn.]
– Condensation may have formed, or a faulty
tape has been used. See page 3.
Do not operate VCR (Line Recording) for
1 hour, then insert a new tape (original may
be faulty) and play back for a few minutes. If
fault does not clear, consult your dealer for
further advice.
[Tape defective due to surface damage or
wear.]
– Check another tape to see if noise-free and
replace defective tape.
VCR (Line Recording) rewinds automatically
during playback.
[Tape end detector works during playback due
to damaged tape.]
– Replace defective tape.
14
Remote control does not operate correctly.
[Remote control transmitter beam not reaching
VCR (Line Recording).]
– Ensure that remote control is pointed at VCR
(Line Recording) and transmitter beam is not
obstructed.
[Distance is too far.]
– Use remote control within 7 m of VCR (Line
Recording). If this range is not possible,
replace batteries.
[Batteries exhausted.]
– Replace batteries with UM3 or R6 type
available from your dealer. Note precautions
for replacement on page 2.
[Batteries incorrectly fitted with reversed.]
– Fit batteries correctly as shown on page 2.
Specifications
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Video Recording System:
Video Heads:
Tape Speed:
Tape Format:
Record/Playback Time:
FF/REW Time:
VIDEO
Television System:
Modulation System:
Input Level:
Output Level:
AUDIO
Input Level:
Output Level:
Video Horizontal Resolution:
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:
Audio Frequency Response:
Operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Standard Accessories:
110–240 V AC 50/60 Hz
10 W
2 rotary heads, helical scanning system
2 heads
PAL; 23.39 mm/s (SP), 11.7 mm/s (LP), 7.8 mm/s (EP)
NTSC; 33.3 mm/s (SP), 11.1 mm/s (EP)
VHS tape
SP;
240 min with NV-E240
LP;
480 min with NV-E240
EP;
720 min with NV-E240
Approx. 60 s with NV-E180
CCIR; 625 lines, 50 fields, PAL colour signal
EIA; Standard (525 lines, 60 fields), NTSC colour signal
Luminance; FM azimuth recording
Colour signal; converted subcarrier phase shift recording
VIDEO IN (PHONO);
1.0 Vp-p,
75 ohm, terminated
VIDEO OUT (PHONO); 1.0 Vp-p,
75 ohm, terminated
RF modulated; UHF channel E38 (E32–40),
75 ohm
UHF channel C25 (C24–27),
75 ohm
AUDIO IN (PHONO);
AUDIO OUT (PHONO);
j6 dBV,
j6 dBV,
more than 47 kohm
less than 1 kohm
Colour; more than 240 lines (SP)
Video; more than 43 dB (SP)
Audio; more than 43 dB (SP)
80 Hz–8 kHz(SP)
5 oC–40 oC
35 %–80 %
2.8 kg
320 (W)k86.5 (H)k274.5 (D) mm
1 pc. Coaxial Cable
1 pc. Remote Control
2 pcs. R6 size batteries
Weight and dimensions shown are approximate.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Note to electrical appliance dealers only
To Demonstrate Drive Indicator
60
120
18
0
30
Eject a cassette tape, if it has been inserted.
Turn on the VCR (Line Recording).
Keep [EJECT] pressed for 3 seconds or more.
Press [STOP] to cancel Demonstration mode.
240
1
2
3
4
REC/
STANDBY
LP(EP)
15
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site : http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
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