Panasonic MP3 Player PV-D4762 User manual

Panasonic MP3 Player PV-D4762 User manual
Operating Instructions
Model No.
PV-D4762
Initial Setup
(Connection)
DVD/VCR DECK
Basic
Operation
VCR
Operation
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to connect, operate or
adjust this product. Please save this manual.
Spanish Quick Use Guide is included.
LSQT0525A
(Guía para rápida consulta en español está incluida.)
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
For Your
Information
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Matsushita Electric Corporation of
America has determined that this product or product model meets the
ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
DVD
Operation
Connections and Initial Setup Procedures are on pages 12 to 17.
Important Safeguards and Precautions
FOR YOUR SAFETY, READ AND RETAIN ALL SAFETY
AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS. HEED ALL
WARNINGS IN THE MANUAL AND ON THE UNIT
INSTALLATION
1 POWER SOURCE CAUTION
Operate only from a power source indicated on the
unit or in this manual. If necessary, have your
Electric Utility Service Company or Video Products
Dealer verify the power source in your home.
2 POLARIZED OR GROUNDING PLUG
As a safety feature, this product comes with either
a polarized power cord plug (one blade is wider
than the other), or a three-wire grounding type plug.
POLARIZED PLUG CAUTION:
This plug will only fit into an outlet one way. If you cannot
fully insert the plug, try reversing it. If it still will not fit,
have an electrician install the proper wall outlet. Do not
defeat the safety feature by tampering with the plug.
GROUNDING PLUG CAUTION:
This plug will only fit into a three-hole grounding
outlet. If necessary, have an electrician install the
proper outlet. Do not defeat the safety feature by
tampering with the plug.
3 POWER CORD
Make sure power cords are routed so that they
are not likely to have anything rest on them, roll
over them, or be in the way of walking traffic.
If an extension cord is used, make sure it also
has either a polarized or grounded plug and that
the cords can be securely connected.
Frayed cords, damaged plugs, and damaged or
cracked wire insulation are hazardous and should
be replaced by a qualified service technician.
Overloaded outlets and extension cords are fire
hazards and should be avoided.
4 DO NOT BLOCK VENTILATION HOLES
Ventilation openings in the cabinet release heat
generated during operation. If they are blocked,
heat build-up inside the unit can cause failures that
may result in a fire hazard or heat damage to
cassettes or discs.
For protection, follow these rules:
a. Never cover ventilation slots or the unit while in
use, or operate the unit when placed on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other soft surface.
b. Avoid built-in installation, such as a book case
or rack, unless proper ventilation is provided.
5 PLACEMENT: AVOID EXTREMELY HOT LOCATIONS
OR SUDDEN TEMPERATURE CHANGES
Do not place the unit over or near heater or
radiator, in direct sunlight, inside closed vehicles,
in high temperature [over 104°F (40°C)], or in over
75% humidity. If the unit is suddenly moved from
a cold place to a warm one, moisture may
condense in the unit and on the tape causing
damage. Never subject the unit to vibration,
impact, or place it so that the surface is titled as
internal parts may be seriously damaged.
6 TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY
• Do not place unsecured equipment on a sloping
surface.
• Do not place this unit on any support that is not
firm, level, and adequately strong.
The unit could fall causing serious
injury to a child or adult and
damage to the unit.
• An appliance and cart
combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance and cart
combination to overturn.
• Carefully follow all operating instructions and
use the manufacturer's recommended
accessories when operating this unit or
connecting it to any other equipment.
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OUTDOOR ANTENNA INSTALLATION
1 SAFE ANTENNA AND CABLE CONNECTION
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the
equipment, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded
so as to provide some protection against built up static
charges and voltage surges.
Section 810 of the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 (in Canada,
part 1 of the Canadian Electrical
Code) provides information
with respect to proper grounding
of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors,
location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes and requirements for the grounding electrode.
NEC - NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
2 KEEP ANTENNA CLEAR OF HIGH VOLTAGE POWER LINES OR CIRCUITS
An outside antenna system should be located well away from
power lines, electric light or power circuits and where it will never
come into contact with these power sources if it should happen
to fall. When installing an outside antenna, extreme care should
be taken to avoid touching power lines, circuits or other power
sources as this could be fatal. Because of the hazards involved,
antenna installation should be left to a professional.
USING THE UNIT
If the unit has been in storage or moved to a new location,
refer first to the INSTALLATION section of these safeguards.
1 KEEP THE UNIT AWAY FROM WATER OR MOISTURE OF ANY KIND.
2 IF EQUIPMENT IS EXPOSED TO RAIN, MOISTURE, OR
STRONG IMPACT, unplug the unit and have it inspected by a
qualified service technician before use.
3 DURING AN ELECTRICAL STORM
During a lightning storm, whether indoors or outdoors, or
before leaving the unit unused for extended periods of time,
disconnect all equipment from the power source as well as
the antenna and cable system.
4 WHEN THE UNIT IS PLUGGED IN
• Never expose the unit to rain or water. DO NOT OPERATE
if liquid has been spilled into the unit. Immediately unplug
the unit, and have it inspected by a service technician.
Fire and shock hazards can result from electrical shorts
caused by liquid contact inside.
• Never drop or push any object through openings in the unit.
Some internal parts carry hazardous voltages and contact
can cause electric shock or fire hazard.
Do not put any foreign object on the disc tray.
• Avoid placing the unit directly above or below your TV set
as this may cause electrical interference. Keep all magnets
away from electronic equipment.
5 USING ACCESSORIES
Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer to
avoid risk of fire, shock, or other hazards.
6 CLEANING THE UNIT
Unplug the unit. Then, use a clean, dry, chemically untreated
cloth to gently remove dust or debris. DO NOT USE cleaning
fluids, aerosols, or forced air that could over-spray, or seep
into the unit and cause electrical shock. Any substance such
as wax, adhesive tape, etc. may mar the cabinet surface.
Exposure to greasy, humid, or dusty areas may adversely
affect internal parts.
SERVICE
1 DO NOT SERVICE THIS PRODUCT YOURSELF
If, after carefully following the detailed operating
instructions, this product does not operate properly, do not
attempt to open or remove covers, or make any
adjustments not described in the manual. Unplug the unit
and contact a qualified service technician.
2 IF REPLACEMENT PARTS ARE REQUIRED
Make sure the service technician uses only parts specified
by the manufacturer, or those having the same safety
characteristics as the original parts. The use of unauthorized
substitutes may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
3 HAVE THE SERVICE TECHNICIAN PERFORM A SAFETY CHECK
After any service or repairs to the unit, request the service
technician to conduct a thorough safety check as
described in the manufacture’s service literature to ensure
that the unit is in safe operating condition.
Safety Precautions/Mesures de sécurité
WARNING: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
equipment to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to
wide slot, fully insert.
Avertissement: Afin de prévenir tout risque d’incendie ou de chocs
électriques, ne pas exposer cet appareil à la pluie ou
à une humidité excessive.
Attention: Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduire la lame la
plus large de la fiche dans la borne correspondante de la
prise et pousser jusqu’au fond.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol warns the user that uninsulated voltage
within the unit may have sufficient magnitude to cause
electric shock.
Therefore, it is dangerous to make any kind of contact
with any inside part of this unit.
This symbol alerts the user that important literature
concerning the operation and maintenance of this unit
has been included. Therefore, it should be read
carefully in order to avoid any problems.
CAUTION:
UNIT IS A CLASS I LASER PRODUCT.
HOWEVER THIS UNIT USES A VISIBLE LASER BEAM WHICH COULD
CAUSE HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE IF DIRECTED.
BE SURE TO OPERATE THE UNIT CORRECTLY INSTRUCTED.
WHEN THIS UNIT IS PLUGGED TO THE WALL OUTLET, DO NOT PLACE
YOUR EYES CLOSE TO THE OPENING OF THE DISC TRAY AND OTHER
OPENINGS TO LOOK INTO THE INSIDE OF THIS UNIT.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE UNIT
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
CAUTION:
LASER RADIATION
WHEN OPEN DO NOT
STARE INTO BEAM.
ATTENTION:
RAYONNEMENT
LASER EN CAS
D’OUVERTURE.
NE PAS REGARDER
DANS LE FAISCEAU.
(Inside of product)
FCC NOTE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when operated in a residential
environment. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, use the equipment in another location and/or utilize
an electrical outlet different from that used by the receiver.
If necessary, consult the dealer or an experienced ratio/TV technician for help. The user may find the
booklet, “Something About Interference” available from FCC local regional offices helpful.
FCC Caution:
To assure continued compliance, (example- use only shielded interface cables when connecting to
other devices.) Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4,631,603, 4,577,216, and 4,819,098, licensed for limited
viewing uses only.
FCC Warning: Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment would void the user’s
authority to operate.
Region Management Information:
This DECK is designed and manufactured to respond to the
Region Management Information that is recorded on a DVD
disc. If the Region number described on the DVD disc does
not correspond to the Region number of this DECK, this
DECK cannot play this disc.
The Region number
for this DECK is 1.
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Before Using
Congratulations
on your purchase of one of the most
sophisticated and reliable products on the
market today. Used properly, it will bring you
years of enjoyment. Please fill in the
information below. The serial number is on the
tag located on the back of your DECK.
• Date of Purchase
• Dealer Purchased From
• Dealer Address
• Dealer Phone No.
• Model No.
PV-D4762
• Serial No.
DECK can play back discs bearing any of the
following marks:
DVD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
Video CD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
CD
3” (8 cm) disc / 5” (12 cm) disc
Discs which cannot be played
•
•
•
•
DVD with Region No.
DVD of PAL system
DVD-ROM
CDV
other than “1” or “ALL”
• DVD-R/DVD-RAM
• CD-ROM
• CD-G
Do not try to play Photo CD.
Accessories
Remote Control
Disc formats supported by this DECK
is a registered trademark.
Batteries 2 “AA”
LSSQ0334
Disc Handling
Handling precautions
RF Coaxial Cable
VJAS0196
To order accessories, call toll free
1-800-332-5368.
Loading the Batteries
1) Open cover.
• Only hold disc by edges as shown below.
Fingerprints, dirt and scratches can cause
skipping and distortion.
• Do not write on label side of disc.
• Never use record cleaning sprays, benzine,
thinner, static electricity prevention liquids, or any
other solvent.
• Be careful not to drop or bend disc.
• Do not place more than
1 disc on disc tray.
• Do not try to close
Disc tray
disc tray when disc
Disc
is not properly placed.
• Always store discs in
their proper cases
when not in use.
To clean disc surface
With a soft, damp (water only) cloth, gently wipe
from the center hole to the outer edge as shown
below. (Wiping in a circular pattern will scratch the
surface.)
2) Insert
batteries as
marked.
3) Close cover.
Battery replacement caution
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline with manganese
batteries.
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If disc is brought from a cold to a warm
environment, moisture may form on the disc
Wipe away moisture with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth
before using disc. (See above.)
Improper disc storage
Discs could be damaged if stored or left in areas:
• exposed to direct sunlight.
• that are humid or dusty.
• near heat (i.e. heater, radiator, etc.).
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Table of Contents
DVD / VCR
Important Safeguards and Precautions ............................ 2, 3
Before Using ............................................................................ 4
DECK & Cassette Information ........................................... 6 , 7
Location of Controls ....................................................... 8 ~ 10
Displays (On Screen Displays and Multi Function Display) .................... 11
Connections .................................................................. 12 ~ 15
Initial Setup for Basic Connections (Ready to Play) .......... 16, 17
Initial Setup
(Connection)
VCR
Reset Language, Channels, Clock, VCR’s Output Channel ... 18, 19
Playback/ Record on a Tape........................................... 20, 21
DVD
Basic DVD Operation ...................................................... 22, 23
Basic
Operation
Timer Recording .............................................................. 24, 25
MTS Broadcast/ VHS Hi-Fi Stereo System .................... 26, 27
Multi-Brand Control Feature ........................................... 28, 29
Tape Operation (
and
) ... 30 ~ 36
Special VCR Features ..................................................... 37, 38
Copying Your Tapes (Dubbing) ......................................................... 39
VCR
Operation
Disc Operation ............................................................... 40 ~ 44
DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays ................. 45 ~ 46
MP3 Playback Operation....................................................... 47
DVD Lock Feature ................................................................. 48
Settings for DVD Operation .......................................... 49 ~ 51
Language Code List .............................................................. 52
DVD
Operation
DVD / VCR
Warning and Instruction Displays........................................ 53
Before Requesting Service............................................. 54, 55
Servicenter List...................................................................... 56
Limited Warranty ................................................................... 57
Spanish (Español) Quick Use Guide............................. 58 ~63
Index ....................................................................... Back Cover
For Your
Information
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DECK & Cassette Information
Head Cleaning
Prevent Accidental Tape Erasure
Playing older or damaged tapes may eventually
cause video heads to become clogged.
Video Head Clog Sensor
During playback, this
screen appears if
V I DEO HEADS MAY
NEED CLEAN I NG
clogging is detected.
PLEASE I NSERT HEAD
CLEAN I NG CASSETTE
To remove screen,
OR REFER TO MANUAL
press PLAY on the
END
: PLAY
remote or DECK.
• Use “dry” type head cleaning cassette
only. (Part No. NV-TCL30PT is recommended.)
• Follow cleaning tape instructions carefully.
Excessive use of tape can shorten head life.
• If head clog symptoms persist, contact your
nearest Factory Servicenter or authorized
Servicenter (see p. 56).
Break off the tab to
prevent recording.
Record Tab
Screw driver
To record again
Cover the hole
with cellophane tape.
Record/ Playback Time
Built-in Head Cleaner
A clean video head helps produce a clear
picture.
So, we have equipped your DECK with
a built-in, non-chemical head cleaning system
that helps prevent clogging of the video
heads. Cleaning is performed each time you
load or unload a video cassette.
• This feature is preventative only, If your video
heads are seriously clogged, consider the use
of a chemical non-abrasive head cleaning kit
or take your DECK to a Servicenter.
Only use tapes with the
Tape Speed
Setting
mark in this DECK.
Type of Video Cassette
T60
T120
T160
2 Hours
SP
2 Hours 40 Minutes
(Standard Play) 1 Hour
LP
5 Hours
2 Hours 4 Hours
(Long Play)
20 Minutes
SLP
8 Hours
(Super Long Play) 3 Hours 6 Hours
Cleaning DECK
Use a soft cloth or dusting attachment of a vacuum cleaner to remove dust from the ventilation holes
on the back sides and bottom of the cabinet. Plastic surfaces are easily scratched and can be
marred by alcohol and various solvents. Avoid excessive use of oil-based furniture polishes since
the materials used in the cabinet will accumulate more dust. We recommend using a non-abrasive,
antistatic cleaner and polisher.
Features for a Quality Picture (VCR)
Digital Auto Picture
Automatically controls the video output signal for less noise depending on the tape condition.
Digital Auto Tracking
Continuously analyzes the signal and adjusts for optimum picture quality.
Manual Tracking Control
(to reduce picture noise)
Use during Playback and Slow Motion mode to reduce picture noise.
Press CH (TRACKING) / on the remote control or on DECK until the picture clears up.
To return to Auto Tracking, press POWER off, then on again a few seconds later.
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
V-Lock Control (to reduce picture jitter)
In Still mode, CH (TRACKING) / operate as a V-Lock control.
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Specifications
Input/Output Terminal:
Input Terminal:
Output Terminal:
Operating Temperature:
Operating Humidity:
Weight:
Dimensions:
Discs Played
(1) DVD-VIDEO Disc
(2) Compact Disc
(CD-DA, VIDEO CD)
Digital Audio Output:
Pickup:
120 V AC, 60 Hz
Power On: Approx. 32 watts, Power Off: Approx. 4 watts
EIA Standard NTSC color
4 rotary heads helical scanning system
1 track (Normal), 2 channel (Hi-Fi Audio Sound)
VHF 2 ~ 13, UHF 14 ~ 69
Midband A through I (14 ~ 22), Superband J through
Hyperband AA ~ EEE (37 ~ 64), Lowband A-5 ~ A-1
Special CABLE channel 5A (01), Ultraband 65 ~ 94,
Audio/Video Line Input/Output, RF Input/Output
Audio/Video Line Input (Front)
S-VHS Output (DVD only), Component Video Output
Audio Output 2 (L), (R)
5 °C ~ 40 °C (41 °F ~ 104 °F)
10 % ~ 75 %
6.9 kg (15.2 lbs).
430 (W) x 118 (H) x 364 (D) mm
16-15/16” (W) x 4-5/8” (H) x 14-5/16” (D) inch
W (23 ~ 36)
(95 ~ 99)
100 ~ 125
Initial Setup
(Connection)
Power Source:
Power Consumption:
Video Signal:
Video Recording System:
Audio Track:
Tuner:
Broadcast Channels:
CABLE Channels:
(DVD only)
5” (12 cm) single-sided single-layer
5” (12 cm) single-sided double-layer
5” (12 cm) double-sided double-layer (one layer per side)
3” (8 cm) single-sided single-layer
3” (8 cm) single-sided double-layer
3” (8 cm) double-sided double-layer (one layer per side)
5” (12 cm) disc
3” (8 cm) disc
Digital Optical Connector
Wavelength: 655 nm (DVD), 790 nm (Video CD/CD)
Laser power: CLASS II
Note: • Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Definition of Terms (DVD)
Angle:
Some DVD discs feature scenes simultaneously shot from different angles.
The ANGLE button can be used to view the scene from different angles.
(ANGLE Indicator lights on DECK when a scene recorded at different
angles is detected.)
Chapter Number: Titles are subdivided into numbered sections. You can quickly search for
a favorite scene using these numbers.
DVD:
A high-density optical disc on which high-quality pictures and sound have
been digitally recorded. DVD incorporates new video compression
technology (MPEG II) and high-density recording technology which allow
entire movies to be recorded with incredible playback quality.
Playback Control:With Video CD (version 2.0), scenes or information may be selected for
viewing or listening from an interactive menu that appears on the TV screen.
Subtitles:
Written dialogue which appears at the bottom of the screen.
Time Number:
The elapsed play time from the start of a disc or title. Use to quickly find
scenes. (May not work with some discs.)
Title Number:
For DVD discs with two or more titles, the title is numbered as title 1, title 2, etc.
Track Number: Numbers assigned to tracks on Video CDs and CDs to allow specific tracks
to be quickly located.
Video CD:
CD containing picture and sound with same quality level as video tape.
This DECK also supports Video CDs with playback control (version 2.0).
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of
certain U.S. Patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and
other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision
Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Location of Controls
Remote Control
Bold:
VCR Function
Bold Italic: VCR and DVD Functions
EJECT/
OPEN/CLOSE
pp. 20, 22
POWER
VCR mode
p. 28
DSS/CABLE mode
p. 28
PLAY
pp. 20, 22
REWIND/SEARCH/
SLOWpp. 20, 23
VCR/TV
p. 21
Italic:
DVD Function
Normal: Others
LIGHT
p. 8
TV mode
p. 28
DVD mode
p. 28
INPUT
p. 39
FAST FORWARD/SEARCH/
SLOW+
pp. 20, 23
PAUSE/STILL
pp. 20, 23
STOP
pp. 20, 22
NUMBER keys
RETURN/
MOVIE ADVANCE/
SEARCH
pp. 22, 33, 34
ACTION
pp. 18, 49
SKIP
SKIP
ADD/DELETE/ CLEAR
pp. 19, 43, 48
SURROUND/ ENTER
pp. 23, 28
PROGRAM
p. 24
SELECT
MENU
p. 23
p. 42
TITLE
SET
p. 42
SUB TITLE
p. 40
ZOOM
ANGLE
p. 41
p. 41
AUDIO (SAP/ Hi-Fi)
pp. 27, 40
VOLUME +/p. 28
COUNTER
RESET
p. 35
DISPLAY
p. 11, 45
CHANNEL /
TRACKING/V-LOCK
pp. 21, 6
TAPE POSITION/
AUDIO CONTROL
p. 38, 44
RECORD
p. 21
SPEED
COMMERCIAL ADVANCE/
ZERO
p. 21
pp. 30, 35
Light Tower Universal Remote Control
Light button:
When Light button is pressed, (DVD, TV, VCR, PLAY, STOP, REW, FF) buttons will light
up for 5 seconds for easy button location.
If no button is pressed in 5 seconds, the light goes out to conserve the battery.
EJECT button: When this button is pressed in VCR mode, the tape is ejected. This button is inoperative if
pressed during recording. If pressed in DVD mode, the disc tray opens or closes.
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FrontView
View
DECK
Front
ofof
DECK
STOP/EJECT
p. 20
FAST FORWARD/SEARCH
Initial Setup
(Connection)
Bold:
VCR Function
Italic:
DVD Function
Bold Italic: VCR and DVD Functions
Normal:
Others
If the disc cannot be removed...
First, unplug DECK. Then, prepare a rigid
wire (e.g. an extended paper clip) and,
applying moderate force, insert it straight
into the hole at the base of the tray.
The tray will eject a little. Now, pull the tray
all the way out and remove the disc.
p. 20
PLAY
p. 20
Over 2 inches
REWIND/SEARCH
p. 20
POWER
Cassette
Compartment
Audio/Video
Input Connector 2
(LINE 2) p. 39
CHANNEL /
TRACKING/V-LOCK
pp. 21, 6
Disc Tray
Multi Function
Display
p. 11
Remote
Sensor
OPEN/CLOSE
p. 22
PROGRESSIVE
p. 10
PAUSE
p. 23
PLAY
p. 22
VCR/TV
p. 21
REC
p. 21
SKIP
SKIP
p. 23
STOP
p. 22
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Location of Controls (continued)
Bold:
VCR Function
Italic: DVD Function
Bold Italic: VCR and DVD Functions
Rear View of DECK
AC Power Plug
VHF/UHF Antenna Output Terminal
p.12
• While plugged into an AC outlet,
this DECK consumes 4 W of
electrical power in off mode.
VHF/UHF Antenna Input Terminal
p. 12
Component Video Output
Connector (Y, PB, PR) (DVD Only)
p. 13
Video Output
Connector
p. 12
SELECT SW (DVD Only)
p. 13
DVD OUTPUT
DIGITAL
AUDIO OUT
OPTICAL
COMPONENT
IN1
IN FROM ANT.
VIDEO
Y
OUT
PB
S-VIDEO OUT
SELECT PR
Optical Digital Audio
Output Connector
(DVD Only)
p. 15
OUT
VIDEO OUT
SEE MANUAL
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
Video Input
Connector
p. 39
•
L
AUDIO2
R
L
AUDIO1
R •
VHF/UHF
OUT TO TV
S-Video Out Audio Output 2
Audio Input
Connector
Connector (L/R)
Connector (L/R)
(DVD Only) p. 13
p. 39
Audio
Output
1
pp. 10, 13
Connector (L/R)
p. 12
The following table shows the status of the output jacks when in VCR or DVD mode.
Video Output
Component
S-VIDEO OUT
Audio Out 1
Video
Output
Audio Out 2
YES
YES
N/A
N/A
YES SELECT SW (Switchable)➛YES
➛
VCR
DVD
Note • PROG functions on the remote are not available when using Component Video Output
and S-VIDEO OUT. Please set TV to either RF INPUT or VIDEO INPUT, and then press
PROG.
To enjoy PROGRESSIVE SCAN video
(1). Connect Component Video Output to the component video input terminals of a television.
(See p. 13.)
(2). Set the “COMPONENT VIDEO OUT”/“S-VIDEO OUT” SELECT SWITCH, in the back of the
DECK, to “COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.” (See above.)
(3). When the PROGRESSIVE button is pressed, the ON lamp lights up (see p. 9) and the
PROGRESSIVE SCAN signal is output from the Component Video Output Connector.
Note
• The PROGRESSIVE button can be operated when the DECK is in DVD function mode.
• The screen may shift off-center when using progressive output. Please adjust the screen
position if this occurs. (Refer to your TV manual.)
• The unit does not output video signals from the “VIDEO OUT” or “S-VIDEO OUT” terminals
when the ON lamp is lit.
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Displays (On Screen & Multi Function)
On Screen Displays (VCR)
CH 0 8
Initial Setup
(Connection)
Function & Channel Displays
Blank Tape/ No Video Signal
Indications
When a function button
is pressed, e.g. PLAY,
or you change
channels, a 5-second
display appears.
Whenever a blank section of a tape
comes up in Play mode, or when the
selected channel has no broadcast
signal with Weak Signal Display
Feature (p. 37) set to OFF, the TV
screen will turn solid blue.
Function Status
VCR Status & Clock Displays
To display or remove
overlay at right,
Rec Time Remaining
➛ press DISPLAY.
(OTR mode only,
see p. 21.)
Current Time
Channel
CH 02
REC
1 2 : 0 0AM
-0 : 1 2 : 3 4
0 : 25
SP
STEREO
SAP
MONO
Counter
Tape Speed
(See p. 6.)
Broadcast Audio
Being Received
(See p. 26.)
Multi Function Display
VCR Indicator
Hi-Fi Indicator
Timer Indicator
Lights up when the
VCR/TV selector is
set to VCR.
Lights up when Hi-Fi audio
is monitored in Play mode.
Lights up when DECK is set for
Timer Recording, or when One
Touch Recording (OTR) is
used. Flashes when Timer
Recording is set, but a tape has
not been inserted into DECK and
when a power interruption
occurs during Timer
Programming.
Power Indicator
Lights up when power is on.
VCR mode Indicator
Lights up when
DECK is VCR mode.
• VCR
VCR Hi-Fi TIMER
• VCR REC
A
M
DVD •
ANGLE •
VCR REC Indicator
DVD mode Indicator
Lights up when
DECK is DVD mode.
Lights up during
recording.
Clock/ Status/ Channel/ Speed Display
AM
ANGLE Indicator
Displays the current time. Briefly displays VCR
status when a function button is pressed. Briefly
displays the channel number, or “L1” or “L2” when
a channel or line input is selected. Briefly displays
the recording speed when SPEED is pressed.
Lights up before noon.
PM is not displayed.
Lights up when a scene
recorded at different
angles is detected.
See p. 41. (DVD only).
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Connections
Basic Connections
• If your TV has AUDIO and VIDEO IN terminals, connect them to DECK for higher
quality picture and sound.
• You can enjoy stereo sound even if your TV is not stereo by connecting a stereo
amplifier to DECK.
• Connect DECK and TV with an RF Coaxial Cable a (supplied) or an AV Cable b
(not supplied) as shown in the figure below.
■ DSS Receiver
DECK
■ DECK
TV
■ Cable Box
TV
DECK
TV
Antenna or Cable
DSS
Receiver
IN
IN
IN
OUT
Cable Box
OUT
or
1 Disconnect antenna or cable from TV
and connect to DECK.
2 Connect DECK to TV with RF Coaxial Cable.
a
DVD/VCR DECK
RF COAXIAL CABLE
TV
OUT
IN 1
IN FROM ANT.
VIDEO
VHF/
UHF
L
AUDIO
VHF/UHF
OUT TO TV
AUDIO IN VIDEO
L
IN
R
R
b
AV CABLE (not supplied)
WARNING
When using “Nut type” RF coaxial cables, tighten with
fingers only. Overtightening may damage terminals.
Note to CABLE system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CABLE system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the
NEC in USA (and to the Canadian Electrical Code in Canada) that provides guidelines for proper
grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be connected to the grounding
system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical.
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Other Connections
You Can
IN 1
OUT
IN FROM ANT.
IN
Cable Box
VHF/UHF
OUT TO TV
IN
OUT
VHF/
UHF
R
L
ANT
or
OUT
Cable Box
CATV
IN
IN 1
IN FROM ANT.
OUT
VHF/UHF
OUT TO TV
2-Way Splitter
Cable Box
OUT 1 OUT 2
IN
OUT
A/B Switch
IN 1 IN 2
• record
scrambled
channels.
OUT
AUDIO
VIDEO
■ Connect With Two Cable Boxes
DVD/VCR DECK
You Cannot
• view any
(including
scrambled)
channel.
Initial Setup
(Connection)
■ With a Cable Box (DECK Cable Box TV)
DVD/VCR DECK
ANT or CATV
TV
• use Remote
Control to select
channels without
using Multi-brand
control feature.
You Can
You Cannot
• record and view
both scrambled
and unscrambled
channels if
additional
TV
equipment is
added.
IN OUT
This connection
R
AUDIO
requires: two
L
converter boxes,
VIDEO
an A/B switch,
VHF/
UHF
and a 2-way
splitter.
• view channel
other than the
one selected
for any type of
recording.
• do a Timer
recording of a
channel unless
you select it on
the Cable Box.
Connections For DVD Only
1 Connect AUDIO OUT2 (L, R) to the AUDIO IN (L, R) of the TV. (audio input for COMPONENT
2
or S-VIDEO mode).
If your TV has COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT, set SELECT SW to COMPONENT VIDEO OUT.
If your TV does not have COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT but has S-VIDEO INPUT, set SELECT
SW to S-VIDEO OUT.
Note
• The picture will not be displayed if the SELECT SW is not set to the correct video output.
3 When in DVD mode, set your TV to either COMPONENT VIDEO IN or S-VIDEO IN.
Notes
• You can watch DVDs through the S-VIDEO or COMPONENT VIDEO, VHF/UHF OUT TO TV,
and VIDEO OUT connections to your TV. The VCR and TUNER pictures are available only
from the VIDEO OUT and VHF/UHF OUT TO TV connections to your TV.
• PROG functions on the remote are not available when using S-VIDEO OUT and COMPONENT
Video Output. Please set TV to either RF INPUT or VIDEO INPUT, and then press PROG.
DVD/VCR DECK
DVD OUTPUT
TV
COMPONENT
VIDEOOUT
AUDIOOUT2
Y
IN
IN
IN
Y
L
PB
R
From DECK’s
A/V OUTPUT
AUDIO
P
B
L
PR
S-VIDEO OUT
SELECT
or
PR
R
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
IN
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■ DECK
Amplifier
Speaker
or
dts (digital theater systems) Decoder
Amplifier
Initial Setup
(Connection)
DECK
Dolby Digital Decoder
Speaker
When DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital or dts are played, Dolby Digital bitstream or
dts bitstream is output from the DECK OPTICAL digital audio output connector.
When DECK is connected to a Dolby Digital decoder or dts decoder, you can enjoy
theater-quality audio in your home. [An optical digital audio cable (optional) is
required when an optional Dolby Digital decoder or dts decoder is used.]
Notes on connecting an optical
digital audio cable (optional)
• Firmly connect the cable to the
connector.
Surround
Speaker
Surround
Speaker
Center
Speaker
DVD/VCR DECK
Decoder with Dolby
Digital dts processing Front
(optional)
Speaker
Front
Speaker
OPTICAL
To Optical
Digital Audio
Input Connector
Amplifier
Subwoofer
Optical Digital
Audio Cable
(optional)
Caution for optical digital audio output connector:
• When connecting an amplifier (with an optical digital input connector) which does not
contain the Dolby Digital or dts decoder, be sure to select “OFF” at “Dolby Digital” and
“OFF” at “dts” of the Settings for DVD Operation “AUDIO OUTPUT” (see p. 50).
Otherwise, any attempt to play DVDs may cause such a high level of noise that it may
be harmful to your ears and damage your speakers.
• When a dts decoder is connected, please select “Bitstream” at “dts” of the Settings for
DVD Operation “AUDIO OUTPUT”.
If “OFF” is selected, there will be no sound. (See p. 50).
• Video CDs and CDs can be played as usual.
Note:
• Some dts decoders which do not support DVD-dts interface may not work properly with DECK.
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Initial Setup for Basic Connections (Ready to Play)
Before doing Initial Setup
1 Turn TV on.
2
See connections a RF Coaxial Cable Connection and b AV Cable Connection on p. 12.
<RF Coaxial Cable Connection>
Set TV to channel 3.
<AV Cable Connection>
Set TV to VIDEO.
3
[DECK ➛ TV]
• Go to “Doing Initial Setup (Ready to Play).” (See below.)
[Cable Box ➛ DECK ➛ TV], [DSS ➛ DECK ➛ TV]
• Turn on Cable Box and set it to your Public Broadcasting Station (PBS) channel
in your time zone.
• If you use a DSS Receiver, it must be turned off.
Doing Initial Setup (Ready to Play)
1
2
Press VCR on remote for VCR mode.
Plug DECK Power Cord into AC wall outlet. DECK comes on and auto channel
and clock set starts.
• If screen below does not appear, check DECK - TV connection and, if TV is tuned to
channel 3, try switching it to channel 4.
• To change VCR’s output channel, please refer to “VCR’s Output Channel” on p. 19.
Plugging the AC Power Plug into
an AC outlet
CH AUTO SET PROCEEDING
CANCEL : STOP
AUTO CLOCK SET
PROCEEDING
CANCEL : STOP
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Settings are made automatically.
When setup is done, this screen appears.
9 / 29 / 2002 SUN 2 : 20PM
DST : ON
SETT I NG : CH 10
AUTO CLOCK SET
COMPLETED
If “AUTO CLOCK SET IS INCOMPLETE”
appears, manually set clock. See below.
Initial Setup
(Connection)
3
AUTO CLOCK SET IS
I NCOMPLETE
PLEASE SET CLOCK BY
PRESSING ACT I ON KEY
ACTION
Manual Clock Set
SELECT
If Auto Clock Set was incomplete.
SET
1
Press ACTION* on remote to display
CLOCK screen.
SET CLOCK
:
1/ /
DST : ON
-----------------------
SELE CT MONTH
TH
SELECT :
SET
:SET
EXIT
: ACT I ON
2
to select the month and SET to
Press
set. In the same manner, select and set the
date, year, time, and DST (daylight saving
time).
SET CLOCK
9 / 29 / 2002 SUN 2:20PM
DST : ON
----------------------SET COMPLETED
SET
: SET
START : ACT I ON
3
BACK :
Press ACTION to start clock and exit.
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Reset Language, Channels, Clock
1
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
• PROGRAM functions are not available
when using COMPONENT Video Output
and S-VIDEO OUT. Please set TV to
either RF INPUT or VIDEO INPUT, and
then press PROGRAM.
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
2
Language
1) Press
to select
language item.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
2) Press SET repeatedly.
MENU
PREPARAR VCR
FIJAR RELOJ
FIJAR CANAL
FIJAR PARA COMMERC. ADV.
LANGUE/LANGUAGE:ESPAÑOL
CANAL DE SALIDA : 3
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET
SALIR
: ACTION
For Spanish
MENU
REGLAGE MAGNETOSCOPE
REGLAGE HORLOGE
REGLAGE CANAL
REGLAGE COMMERCIAL ADV.
LANGUAGE/IDIOMA:FRANÇAIS
CA SORTIE : 3
SEL.
:
REGLER:SET
QUITTER : ACTION
For French
Channels
1) Press
to select
“SET UP CHANNEL,”
and press SET.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
2) Press
to select
“ANTENNA,” then
press SET to set your
antenna system
(“TV” or “CABLE.”)
SELECT :
SET : SET
EXIT
: ACT I ON
to select
3) Press
“AUTO SET,” then
press SET.
• If you use a Cable Box,
set it to the PBS channel
in your time zone.
3) Press ACTION to exit.
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SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
2) Press
to select
“MANUAL,” and press SET.
(For Auto Clock Set, select
“AUTO CLOCK SET.”)
AUTO CLOCK SET
MANUAL
T I ME ZONE ADJUST : 0
SELECT :
EXIT
: ACT I ON
CH AUTO SET PROCEEDING
• After Channel Auto Set
is finished, Auto Clock
Set will be performed.
SET : SET
(“TIME ZONE ADJUST”
appears only when auto
clock is set.)
SET CLOCK
9 / 30 / 2002 SUN 12
12:00PM
DST : ON
----------------------SELECT HOUR
SELECT :
SET
: SET
EXIT
: ACT I ON
CANCEL : STOP
For English
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
ANTENN
ENNA : CABLE
AUTO SET
WEAK S I GNAL D I SPLAY : OFF
CABLE / DSS BOX SET UP
VCR Plus+ CH SET UP
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
Clock
1) Press
to select
“SET CLOCK,” and
press SET.
BACK :
and to
3) Press
select, then set the date,
time, and DST (Daylight
Saving Time).
4) Press ACTION to start
Clock and exit this
mode.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
k
VCR’s Output Channel
*Important: If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the VCR button
on the remote and try the button again.
Time Zone Adjust
(Only when Auto Clock is set.)
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
1) Press
to select
“VCR’S OUTPUT CH.,”
and press SET.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
VCR
NUMBER
keys
ACTION
ADD/DLT
SELECT
SET
CH
2) Press
to select
“TIME ZONE ADJUST,”
SET CLOCK
/
2) Press SET.
I F YOU PRESS ACT I ON
KEY, VCR’ S OUTPUT CH
SW I TCHES TO CH 4.
AUTO CLOCK SET
MANUAL
T I ME ZONE ADJUST : 0
3) Press ACTION.
SELECT :
EXIT
: ACT I ON
Basic
Operation
1) Press
to select
“SET CLOCK,” and
press SET.
VCR’s Output
Channel
POWER
SET : SET
Add or Delete a Channel
To add channel:
Select channel with NUMBER keys
and press ADD/DLT.
CHANNEL 08 ADDED
and press SET to
subtract or add hour(s)
as necessary.
3) Press ACTION twice.
• “TIME ZONE ADJUST”
returns to “0” if clock is
set manually.
PLEASE TUNE YOUR TV TO
CH 4.
After 3 seconds
To delete channel:
Select channel with CH / or
NUMBER keys and press ADD/DLT.
CHANNEL 08 DELE TED
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:4
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
• To Make Corrections,
repeat steps 1) ~ 3).
DST (Daylight Saving Time)
DECK auto adjusts clock for DST.
(p. 17.)
Spring (First Sunday in April)
DST:ON ➛ Sets clock ahead one hour.
Autumn (Last Sunday in October)
DST:ON ➛ Turns clock back one hour.
• If your area does not observe
Daylight Saving Time, select
DST:OFF.
• Keep these time changes in mind
when programming DECK for
timer recordings.
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Playback/ Record on a Tape
Ready Checklist
EJECT
DVD
All connections are made (pp. 12 ~ 15).
TV and DECK are plugged in.
TV is on and tuned to CH3, 4, or VIDEO.
Remote is in VCR mode. (Press VCR.)
Playback a Tape
1
Insert a tape.
2
Press PLAY* to play a tape.
PLAY
FF/SLOW+
PAUSE/
STILL
REW/SLOWVCR/TV
STOP
• DECK power comes on.
The VCR mode and “VCR” indicator light up
on Multi Function Display.
• If tape has no rec. tab (p. 6), auto play begins.
Special Features During Play
Forward/Reverse Scene Search
➛ Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOW-.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
After search has begun, each additional press of
FF or REW changes speed as shown below.
[SLP] : Approx. 21X ↔ Approx. 9X
[LP] : Approx. 9X ↔ Approx. 7X
[SP] : Approx. 7X ↔ Approx. 3X
If at 21X, 9X, or 7X speed the picture is
interrupted, change speed to 9X, 7X, or 3X.
Notes
• Picture interruption may occur with some TVs.
• FF and REW search speed may vary
depending on current tape position.
Still (Freeze) Picture
➛ Press PAUSE/STILL.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
Frame by Frame Picture
➛ Press PAUSE/STILL in Still mode.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
Slow Motion Picture
➛ Press FF/SLOW+ (increase speed) or
REW/SLOW- (decrease speed) in Still
mode.
➛ Press PLAY to release.
3
/
SPEED
Notes
• These features work best in SP or SLP
mode.
• The sound will be muted.
• To reduce picture noise, see “Manual
Tracking Control” on p. 6.
• After DECK is in Still or Slow mode for 3
minutes, it will switch to Stop mode
automatically to protect the tape and the
video head.
Playback using DECK buttons
2 Press PLAY. 1 Insert a tape.
Press STOP to stop a tape.
Press REW/SLOW- or FF/SLOW+ in Stop
mode to rewind or fast forward a tape.
Press EJECT on remote, or STOP/EJECT
on DECK to eject a tape.
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CH
REC
Multi Function Display
Press STOP/EJECT to stop
and/ or eject a tape.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Record on a Tape
This video recorder, equipped with HQ
(High Quality) system, is compatible
with existing VHS equipment. Only use
tapes with the
mark. Only tapes
tested and inspected for use in 2, 4, 6,
and 8 hour machines are
recommended.
Insert a tape with a record tab (p. 6).
1
• DECK power comes on.
The VCR mode and “VCR” indicator light up
on Multi Function Display.
2
Press CH
, or NUMBER keys
to select the channel.
• For “LINE” input, see p. 39.
• If channel is over 100, press 100 key then press
the remaining 2 digits.
Note
Press SPEED
to select the record speed (p. 6).
3
SP = Standard Play
LP = Long Play
SLP = Super Long Play
• Speed appears on-screen and on Multi Function Display.
4
Press REC
to start recording.
5
Press STOP
to stop recording.
Basic
Operation
Remove loose or peeling
labels from tapes to prevent
tape jam.
(The VCR REC indicator lights up on Multi Function
Display),
• To edit out unwanted scenes, press PAUSE/STILL
to pause, and again to resume recording.
• You cannot view another channel during recording.
One Touch Recording (recording in progress),
➛ Press REC repeatedly to set the recording length
➛ (30 min. ~ 4 hours).
• DECK shuts off after the preset record length.
Normal Rec
4:00
3:00
0:30
2:00
1:00
1:30
Record one station, watch another,
➛ press VCR/TV
(“VCR” goes out on Multi Function Display),
➛ select channels at TV (recording continues).
Select Channels at DECK (In STOP or
REC. PAUSE mode),
➛ press VCR/TV
(“VCR” lights up on Multi Function Display),
➛ select channels at DECK.
Record using DECK buttons
1 Insert a tape.
VCR/TV
4 Press
REC
to start
Recording.
Play a disc while recording a tape.
➛ insert a disc during recording,
➛ press DVD, and then press PLAY.
Notes
• It is not possible to record from DVD/ Video
CD/ CD to VHS tape using DECK.
• Watching one channel and recording another
is not possible when using Cable Box or
DSS Receiver.
• After 5 minutes in Pause mode, DECK stops to
protect a tape and video heads.
2 Select
Channel.
Multi Function Display
Press STOP/EJECT to stop.
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Basic DVD Operation
Ready Checklist
All connections are made. (pp. 12 ~ 15)
DECK is plugged in.
If DECK is connected to an audio amplifier,
turn the stereo system’s power on.
OPEN/
CLOSE
POWER
1
2
3
Press DVD to select DVD mode.
• If a disc is already inserted, go to step 4.
(Depending on the disc, playback may
start automatically.)
Press OPEN/CLOSE,
and then place a disc into the disc tray.
1
2
DVD
PLAY
REW/
SLOW-
FF/
SLOW+
STOP
PAUSE/
STILL
NUMBER
keys
4
RETURN
SKIP
SELECT
• Hold disc by its edges
only (p. 4) with printed
side up and use guides to
place into tray.
Use 1 3”(8 cm)
or 2 5” (12 cm) disc.
Press PLAY to start playing.
Disc tray closes automatically.
• You may also close tray by
pressing OPEN/CLOSE.
• Data reading time differs with
each disc.
CLOSE
SURROUND
READING
<Example>
SKIP
T I TLE MENU
MENU
SET
10
TITLE
If an interactive DVD*1 or
a Video CD with playback
control*2 is used and TITLE
MENU appears, go to step 5.
5
Operation using DECK buttons
3, 7
4 Press PLAY.
1 Press
6 Press
STOP.
POWER
*1 Interactive DVD...
May include multiple camera angles,
stories, etc.
*2 Video CD with playback control...
Particular scenes or information can be
interactively selected from a menu that
appears on the screen.
T I TLE MENU
Dogs
Cas t l es
B i r ds
Dogs
Love r s
Press
OPEN/CLOSE.
3 Insert a disc.
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Press POWER* on the remote or DECK.
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
Press
or
NUMBER keys (see
below) to select title,
and
press SET to play.
of the world
<Example>
Using NUMBER keys starts playing automatically.
<Example>
1 digit number
1 ••• 1
2 digit number
12 ••• 10 1 2
3 digit number
123 •••100 1 2 3
Press SKIP
| or |
to go to next or previous
menu screen.
• SKIP function not available with all discs.
Please refer to disc jacket for operation information.
To return to menu (play stops)
Press TITLE, MENU, or RETURN. (DVD)
Press RETURN. (Video CD)
6
7
Press STOP to stop playing.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to eject the disc.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the DVD button on the remote and try the button again.
■ Forward/Reverse Scene Search
Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOWduring play.
Press PLAY to release.
• Starting forward/reverse search during play
started from menu on Video CDs may recall
menu.
• Search speed, slow at first, increases with each
additional press of the button up to 5 levels.
■ Forward/Reverse Chapter/Track Skip
Press SKIP
| or |
SKIP during play.
Each press skips a chapter (DVD) or
track (Video CD/CD).
from menu on Video CDs may recall menu.
Current playback position
SURROUND ON
SURROUND OFF
Press SURROUND
to set Surround sound.
To cancel,
press SURROUND.
Note
• Surround sound effects is available in
DVD mode only.
Resume Function
DECK memorizes the point where STOP is
pressed (
flashes on screen).
Press PLAY to resume play from this point.
Pressing STOP again or opening the tray
cancels RESUME, however, RESUME is not
canceled when power is turned off and on.
• RESUME works only with discs for which
elapsed play time is displayed during play.
Basic
Operation
SKIP once midway through a
chapter/track returns to the start of that
chapter/track. Each additional press skips
back one chapter/track.
• Pressing SKIP
| or |
during play started
• Pressing |
Surround Sound System
Chapter/Track Chapter/Track Chapter/Track Chapter/Track
Reverse Skip
Forward Skip
■ Still Picture or Pause
Press PAUSE/STILL during play.
Press PLAY to release.
• DVD/Video CD : DECK will enter still picture
mode.
• CD : DECK will enter pause mode.
■ Frame by Frame Picture
(DVD/Video CD)
Press PAUSE/STILL in still mode.
Press PLAY to release.
Auto-Power Off Function
Power turns off after DECK has been in
Stop mode (DVD) for about 5 minutes.
Enjoy Video CDs featuring
playback control without using
menus (Video CDs only)
1. Do steps 1-4 (previous page).
When menu appears, press STOP.
2. Press NUMBER keys to select desired
track (play begins).
• Check disc for track numbers.
• Each press advances picture one frame.
• Press “1” to start at beginning of disc.
• Hold button down for consecutive frame advance.
• Whether pictures are advanced by “FRAME” or To Resume Menu use,
Press STOP and press PLAY, then the
“FIELD” is selected automatically. (See p. 51)
menu will be displayed.
■ Slow Motion Picture (DVD/Video CD)
Now, go to step 5 (previous page).
Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOWin still mode.
Press PLAY to release.
• Slow motion speed, slow at first, is increased
with each additional press of the button up to
5 levels.
• Reverse slow motion is not available for Video
CDs.
• When
appears on the screen while a button
is being operated, it means that the
corresponding operation is prohibited by DECK
or the disc.
Notes
• Please read the disc jacket for operation
information.
• If a single sided disc is placed in upside
down, “PLEASE CHECK THE DISC, AND
FOR STAINS OR SCRATCHES ON
DISC” is displayed.
• Remove disc and press DECK POWER
off when not in use.
• Disc continues to rotate with menu
displayed even after play is done.
Press STOP to clear menu display when
finished with menu.
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Timer Recording
Ready Checklist
All connections are made (pp. 12 ~ 15).
TV and DECK are plugged in.
Clock set correctly.
Tape has rec.tab. (p. 6)
Remote is in VCR mode. (Press VCR.)
Sufficient tape remaining for rec time.
1
Press PROG*
to display Program.
2
13 SUN --:-- --:-- --
DATE
START
STOP
CH
SLP
TODAY
-----------------------SELE CT START DATE
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END
: PROG
Example
1) To set record DATE,
to select:
press
1~31= one time, or
DAILY= MON~ FRI, or
WEEKLY= same time
each week and
press SET.
ADD/DLT
PROG
• See selection order left.
Today
14
1
31
12
DAILY
WEEKLY
(SUN)
SELECT /
Selection Order
13
POWER
WEEKLY
(MON)
WEEKLY
(SAT)
SELECT
2) To set remaining items,
press
to select and
press SET
to set START/ STOP times,
CH(channel) or LINE input
(p. 39), and tape speed
(SP, LP, SLP).
SET
Press PROG
to end programming.
3
DT
13
----
START
10 : 00 P
-- : --- : --- : --
STOP
12 : 00 P
-- : --- : --- : --
CH SPD
02
SP
-- --- --- --
CANCEL
: ADD / DLT
SELECT 1-8 :
ENTER
: SET
EXIT
: PROG
To Enter More Programs,
press
to select and
press SET
to set an unused program
number, and then repeat
step 2.
Or
Press PROG
to exit.
VCR mode Indicator
Multi Function Display
VCR Hi-Fi TIMER
VCR
VCR REC
•
A
M
DVD
ANGLE
VCR REC Indicator
TIMER Indicator
• The “Timer” Indicator lights up on DECK.
• You can do Timer Recording with the power on or off.
• “TIMER REC WILL START SOON” appears on-screen for 2 minutes
before Timer Recording starts. If DECK is in DVD mode, no message
appears, but the VCR REC Indicator, the VCR mode indicator and
“REC” will flash on Multi function Display.
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•
•
•
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Review, Replace or Clear Program Contents:
(Recording is not in progress)
1
2
Press PROG
to display Program List.
DT START
STOP
7
9 : 00
00A 12 : 00
00A
8 10 : 00P 12 : 00P
10
8 : 00P 9 : 00P
9 : 00P 10 : 00P
SU
CANCEL
SELECT
ENTER
EXIT
3
CH SPD
08 SP
02 SP
10 SP
L1 LP
: ADD / DLT
1-8 :
: SET
: PROG
Press
to select number and
press SET
to display.
To cancel a Timer
Recording in progress...
Hold down STOP on VCR mode for
a few seconds to cancel the Timer
Recording.
(The “TIMER” Indicator goes out
on Multi Function Display.)
• Any future daily or weekly recording
will be performed as programmed.
To Replace program...
DATE
START
STOP
CH
7 SUN 9:00A
00A 12:00A 08
SP
TODAY
Repeat Step 2 (p. 24)
to set new programs.
---------------------------------------SELE CT START DATE
SE
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: PROG
BACK :
DT START
STOP
-- -- : -- -- : -8 10 : 00P 12 : 00P
10
8 : 00P 9 : 00P
SU
9 : 00P 10 : 00P
CANCEL
SELECT
ENTER
EXIT
4
CH SPD
-- -02 SP
10 SP
L1 LP
Press ADD/DLT.
: ADD / DLT
1-8 :
: SET
: PROG
VCR
Operation
or
To Clear program...
Press PROG
to end the programming.
Notes
• If you are using a Cable Box, the VCR’s channel for Timer Recording must be set to
the Cable Box input channel and Cable Box must be manually set to the desired
channel. Cable Box power must be left on.
• 2 minutes before Timer Recording is performed, “PLEASE PREPARE FOR TIMER
REC” appears and Timer Indicator flashes.
Be sure a cassette with record tab is loaded and DECK is in Stop mode.
• If a power interruption occurs while programming the timer, the timer program(s) may be
canceled. If “TIMER PROGRAMS WERE LOST DUE TO POWER INTERRUPTION”
appears on-screen, please re-enter the timer programs.
• If the start time for Timer Recording comes up during recording and playing back,
Timer Recording will not be performed.
Important notes when using DSS Receiver
• When recording programs via DSS Receiver, DSS Receiver must be left on.
• When recording programs via an antenna or cable, DSS Receiver must be turned off.
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MTS Broadcast/ VHS Hi-Fi Stereo System
Connection
Make the Audio/Video Connection as shown on pp. 12 ~ 15.
• You can use TV connected to a Stereo amplifier and speakers instead of Stereo TV.
Receivable Broadcast Types
The following are possible audio broadcast types and onscreen displays.
The signal being received is indicated with an “ ” mark
while the selected audio mode is indicated with an arrow.
To display the broadcast signal being received,
➛ press DISPLAY*.
MTS Stereo and SAP broadcast
Multi-channel Television Sound
Stereo (main language) and
Secondary Audio Program (sub
language) broadcasts are being
received simultaneously.
Select STEREO or SAP audio mode.
STOP
1 2 : 0 0AM
STEREO
SAP
MONO
CH 02
0 : 00 : 00
SP
DISPLAY
MTS Stereo broadcast
Multi-channel Television Sound
Stereo broadcast. Select STEREO
audio mode.
AUDIO
STOP
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH 02
0 : 00 : 00
SP
1 2 : 0 0AM
CH 02
0 : 00 : 00
SP
STEREO
SAP
MONO
(SAP/Hi-Fi)
• If stereo broadcast is weak and
display flickers, select MONO audio
mode for possible better results.
SAP broadcast
Secondary Audio Program (sub
language) broadcast. Select SAP
audio mode for the sub language.
STOP
STEREO
SAP
MONO
MONO broadcast
Normal monaural sound broadcast.
STOP
STEREO
SAP
MONO
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1 2 : 0 0AM
CH 02
0 : 00 : 00
SP
®
Equipped with
-TV
Noise Reduction for
true MTS reproduction.
®
-TV Noise
Reduction is required
for good stereo
separation and audio
®
fidelity.
is a
registered trademark,
®
and is licensed by
Technology Licensing.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Audio Mode for Recording
1
Press AUDIO (SAP/Hi-Fi)
to display audio mode.
(Display disappears after 5 seconds.)
2
STEREO
SAP
MONO
Press AUDIO (SAP/Hi-Fi) repeatedly
to select desired mode.
• Refer to “Receivable Broadcast Types” on p. 26.
• Arrow indicates selection.
3
Do a recording.
See p. 21.
1
2
3
Start playback.
See p. 20.
Press AUDIO (SAP/Hi-Fi)
to display audio mode.
H I F I : L/R
HIFI : L
HIFI : R
NORMAL
• Arrow indicates
selection.
VCR
Operation
Audio Mode for Playback
Press AUDIO (SAP/Hi-Fi) repeatedly
to select desired mode.
• Select “HIFI (L/R)” or “HIFI (L)” or “HIFI (R)” to listen to stereo
recordings in stereo sound.
Select “NORMAL” for monaural sound.
• Display disappears after 5 seconds.
Notes
• Only tapes recorded in Hi-Fi stereo will playback with true stereo sound. Standard
stereo tapes will playback in monaural sound.
• To listen to Hi-Fi stereo playback, the DECK AUDIO (L/R) jacks must be connected to
a stereo TV or an external stereo amplifier and speakers. (See pp. 12, 14, 15.)
• If tracking is adjusted during playback, Hi-Fi audio may revert to normal audio.
• Hi-Fi and normal audio playback volume level may differ.
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Multi-Brand Control Feature
POWER
Multi-Brand Control Setup
VCR
The Remote Control can be set to control some TV and
Cable Box/DSS functions.
1
2
DSS/
CABLE
Find your TV and Cable Box/DSS Receiver
Brand Code Number on the following page.
TV
DVD
Setup for TV control,
➛ hold down TV button,
➛ enter code with NUMBER keys.
Setup for Cable or DSS control,
➛ hold down DSS/CABLE button,
➛ enter code with NUMBER keys.
• If code number is 100 or greater,
➛ e.g., press 1 - 0 - 2 for 102.
3
NUMBER
keys
Confirm code entry,
➛ press POWER to turn selected unit on or off.
• See table below for controllable functions in each mode.
ENTER
• Repeat setup after remote battery replacement.
• Remote will not control every TV, Cable Box, or
DSS made by the manufacturer listed. If you get
no response, your particular unit cannot be
controlled. There are NO additional codes for the
products listed. If your product is not listed, then
the remote is not compatible with that product.
Notes
Using Multi-Brand Control
After remote is set up, you can select VCR, DVD, TV, or
DSS/CABLE for the desired function.
Press VCR, DVD, TV, or DSS/CABLE on the remote.
(Table below shows available remote buttons for each mode.)
Mode
Unit
DVD/VCR
CABLE/
DSS
CABLE/ DSS
All
VOL +/-
EJECT/OPEN/CLOSE *,
DISPLAY, PLAY, STOP,
FF/SLOW+, REW/SLOW-,
VCR/TV, PAUSE/STILL, SKIP,
AUDIO, CA/ZERO,
TAPE POSITION,
COUNTER RESET , SPEED,
REC
POWER, INPUT,
NUMBER keys,
ENTER,
CH / ,
VOL +/-
DVD/VCR
TV
TV
*
Bold: VCR Function
Italic: DVD Function
VOL
+/ -
POWER, ENTER,
NUMBER keys
(except 100key),
CH /
Bold Italic: VCR and DVD Functions
Normal: TV, Cable Box or DSS Receiver
Notes
• Not all functions listed may be controllable.
• In TV or DSS/CABLE mode, it may be necessary to press ENTER after pressing
NUMBER keys for channel selection.
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TV Brand Code Numbers
Panasonic ....................... 01,
Quasar ............................ 01,
RCA .......................................
GE .........................................
Zenith ....................................
Magnavox ..............................
02
02
03
03
04
05
Sylvania ................................
Sharp ............................... 06,
Sony ......................................
Toshiba .................................
Sanyo ....................................
Fisher ....................................
05
07
08
09
10
10
JVC ........................................
Hitachi ...................................
Mitsubishi ........................ 07,
Samsung ...............................
Gold Star ................... 15, 16,
11
12
13
14
17
Cable Box Brand Code Numbers
Oak Sigma ..................................... 46, 11, 129, 101
Panasonic .................................. 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Philips ................... 23, 24, 20, 13, 07, 50, 128, 129
Pioneer ...................................................... 06, 05, 12
Pulsar .................... 04, 42, 63, 44, 30, 52, 124, 126
Quest ........................................................ 06, 05, 12
Radio Shack ............................... 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
RCA ............................................ 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Realistic ..................................... 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Recoton ...................................... 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Regal ................. 41, 14, 15, 28, 102, 104, 103, 130
Regency .................................................. 28, 29, 130
Rembrandt ....... 44, 42, 63, 29, 01, 32, 39, 120, 126
Samsung ...................................... 42, 06, 32, 05, 40
Scientific Atlanta ................... 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Sheritech ............................................................... 27
Signal ............................................................ 26, 112
SL Marx ............. 42, 06, 32, 40, 43, 44, 52, 63, 126
Sprucer ...................................... 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Standard Components ............... 32, 39, 42, 44, 126
Stargate .............. 04, 42, 32, 40, 63, 44, 30, 52, 06
124, 126
Sylvania .......................................................... 19, 18
Teknika ........................................................... 74, 35
Telecaption .................................................... 77, 127
Teleview ................................. 40, 19, 38, 32, 42, 06
Texscan .......................................................... 19, 18
Tocom ................................... 34, 33, 01, 42, 66, 120
Toshiba ................................................................. 36
Unika ........................... 44, 42, 63, 29, 01, 126, 120
Universal .............................. 52, 43, 44, 63, 42, 126
Viewstar .................. 62, 40, 22, 13, 58, 20, 26, 107
Videoway .......................................... 07, 23, 50, 129
Vidtek .................................................................... 64
Zenith ............................................... 07, 23, 50, 129
VCR
Operation
Archer ......................... 44, 06, 01, 120, 05, 63, 126
Cableview ................ 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 42, 30
52, 04, 124, 126
Citizen ................... 44, 52, 30, 63, 42, 04, 124, 126
Curtis ..................................... 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Century ...................................... 44, 51, 75, 59, 126
Cabletenna .................. 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Cable Cinema .............. 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Diamond ...................... 29, 09, 01, 63, 120, 44, 126
Eagle ....................... 62, 40, 22, 13, 58, 20, 26, 107
Eastern ................................................... 28, 29, 130
Explorer .................................. 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Gemini ..................................................... 30, 04, 124
General Electric ...................................... 01, 57, 120
General Instruments . 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04, 55
65, 66, 67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122, 115, 117, 118, 124
Gerrard ............................................... 44, 51, 75, 59
GC Electronics ............... 44, 42, 63, 29, 30, 52, 04
124, 126
Hamlin ............... 41, 14, 15, 28, 102, 104, 103, 130
Hitachi ................................................................... 31
Jerrold .......... 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04, 55, 65, 66
67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122, 115, 117, 118, 124
Jasco ...................................................... 30, 04, 124
Macom ................................................................... 31
Magnavox ...................................................... 26, 112
Matsushita ................................. 17, 16, 08, 87, 109
Movietime ...................... 32, 39, 42, 44, 126, 38, 40
Maestro ........................................................... 74, 35
NEC .................................................... 40, 19, 38, 32
NSC .................................................... 40, 19, 38, 32
Novavision ............................. 08, 09, 25, 61, 53, 87
Next Level ........... 01, 84, 83, 34, 03, 02, 04, 55, 65
66, 67, 68, 120, 106, 121, 122
Oak ................................................. 46, 11, 129, 101
DSS Brand Code Numbers
Toshiba .......................................................
Hitachi/ Hughes .................................... 91,
Primestar ....................................................
Drake ..........................................................
Magnavox ............................................. 94,
Uniden ................................................... 94,
90
99
92
93
95
95
Optimus ................................................ 94, 95
Panasonic ................................................... 96
ProScan ...................................................... 97
RCA ............................................................. 97
SONY .................................................. 98, 105
Important Notes
• Due to changes in infra-red commands used by manufacturers, some brands have several
codes. If your unit does not respond to the first code, please try the next one.
• Some TV, Cable Box and DSS Receiver brands require you to turn on the power manually.
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Tape Operation
Ready Checklist
detects and marks the
beginning and end points of commercials on your tape
for recordings over 15 minutes in length.
marked tape is played
When
back, the VCR automatically advances through the
commercial segments at high speed. You can also set
this feature to Manual so as to have more control over
the advance process. The effectiveness of this system
can vary due to differences in the way television stations
broadcast. See page 32 for answers to the most
commonly asked questions about this feature.
All connections are made.
One time Setup completed.
VCR is plugged in.
TV is turned on and set to CH3, 4
or Video on TV.
Marking
When C/A RECORD: ON, VCR automatically rewinds
the tape after a recording has been made and marks the
beginning and end of any detected commercial blocks.
After marking is done, the tape is returned to the end of
recording. Commercials are not erased from the tape.
NUMBER
keys
ACTION
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
3
SET UP COMMERCIAL ADV.
C/A RECORD
:ON
C/A PLAYBACK
:AUTO
SELECT
Press
to select “SET UP
COMMERCIAL ADV.,”
and press SET to
display.
SET
Note
Press
to select “C/A RECORD,” • When using the timer to record two
adjacent shows on the same
and press SET to set
channel, better accuracy can be
“ON” or “OFF”.
obtained by programming each
SELECT :
SET : SET
: ACT I ON
EXIT
shows separately.
ON
Timer Recording and One Touch recordings are marked automatically.
When STOP is pressed during normal recording, Select One of a)
or b) or c).
a) Press 1 key to mark the recording now.
“NOW MARKING COMMERCIALS” appears.
b) Press 2 key to mark the recording later (after the power has
MARKING
NOW
: PRESS 1
been turned off).
LATER
: PRESS 2
• If the tape is rewound and another recording started before the
CANCEL : PRESS ACTION
power is turned off, commercials may not be marked correctly.
c) Press ACTION to cancel the marking of this recording.
OFF The VCR will not mark commercials.
When you are editing or dubbing a tape, or when you do not wish to use this feature,
OFF should be selected.
THE VCR IS WAITING TO
MARK COMMERCIALS IN THE
PROGRAM YOU RECORDED.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press
the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Playback
PLAY
When playing back recording which have been
feature, you can
marked using
either set VCR to automatically advance through
marked commercial blocks, or set it so that
commercials are only skipped on your command.
1
2
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
3
FF
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
SET UP COMMERCIAL ADV.
C/A RECORD
:ON
C/A PLAYBACK
:AUTO
AUTO
Press
to select “C/A
PLAYBACK,”
and press SET to set
“AUTO” or “MANUAL”.
: VCR will automatically advance through
marked commercial blocks recorded on the
tape and then resume playback.
MANUAL : VCR will advance through commercials only
when CA/ZERO is pressed. Playback will
resume when the end mark of a commercial
block is found, or a new recording or blank
portion is detected, or after 8 minutes.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
Notes
NUMBER
keys
ACTION
SELECT
SET
VCR
Operation
SELECT :
SET : SET
: ACT I ON
EXIT
Press
to select “SET UP
COMMERCIAL ADV.,”
and press SET to
display.
CA/ZERO
and
are
registered trademarks of SRT, Inc.
A Jerry lggulden invention licensed
in association with Arthur
D. Little Enterprises, Inc.
U.S.Pat. No. 5,333,091;
5,692,093; 5,696,866
other patents pending
• The selection mode in step 3 remains set unless there is a power outage in which case the
original factory setting will be restored.
• If playback is started in the middle of a commercial, only a single commercial is shown, or an
individual commercial is longer than 1 minute, a commercial may not be skipped.
Press FF to quickly advance through the commercial.
• Part of a recorded program may be skipped over if the program portion between commercials
is less than 1 minute or there are frequent dark and quiet scenes during the program. To view
the portion of tape being incorrectly skipped, press PLAY while the VCR is skipping, reverse
the tape to a point just prior to where the skipping began and press PLAY again. This time the
group will not be automatically skipped. Automatic skipping will be re-enabled when the end of
the marked group is detected.
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Tape Operation (continued)
The most commonly asked questions about
are answered below.
Question
Answer
How fast does the VCR advance
through commercials?
The VCR advances through a 3-minute commercial
block in about 8 to 12 seconds if the tape speed is
SLP. In SP, it takes about 25 to 35 seconds.
Are commercials advanced through only
when I playback a recording?
Yes. The commercials are not marked until after the
recording is finished.
Are commercials still recorded on the
tape in case I choose to view them
sometime?
Yes. By setting the C/A PLAYBACK to MANUAL (see
page 31), you can view or advance through
commercials as desired.
Does
all recording speeds?
Yes.
SLP.
work in
works in SP, LP, and
Does the VCR advance through
commercials each time I playback tapes
which were recorded using
?
Yes. As long as C/A PLAYBACK is set to AUTO (see
page 31), the VCR should advance through
commercials each time the tape is played back.
After marking commercials, does the
VCR stop at the end of the tape, or
rewind to the beginning?
The tape stops at the end of the recording so that
any additional timer recordings can be performed.
Can I play my
recordings in non-
marked recordings will
Yes.
play in nonVCRs, but
commercials will not be advanced through.
VCRs?
Does the marking process interfere with
other programmed recordings?
No. If the interval between 2 or more timer programs
is not sufficient to mark the recording, marking will be
done after all recordings are complete and the power
goes off.
What happens if I cancel the marking in
progress so I can use the VCR?
Marking will be resumed when the VCR's power is
turned off as long as the tape has not been ejected.
What if part of my program is advanced
through along with the commercials?
Please see the 3rd note on page 31.
Additional Notes:
• Because of the various ways in which commercials are broadcast, the VCR may not be able
to recognize all commercials.
• If a timer recording is scheduled for the middle of the night, please be aware that the VCR will
make some noise as it rewinds and fast forwards the tape while marking commercials.
and
are registered trademarks of SRT, Inc.
A Jerry lggulden invention licensed in association with Arthur D. Little Enterprises, Inc.
U.S.Pat. No. 5,333,091;
5,692,093; 5,696,866
other patents pending
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press
the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Ready Checklist
helps you locate certain
parts of prerecorded movies (rented or
purchased). The feature works in two ways.
• You can go to the beginning of the movie.
• You can skip from one preview to the next.
works only on tapes
recorded in SP speed with the record tab
removed.
1
2
3
Insert a tape
without record tab.
PLAY
Press SEARCH/ M/A SKIP* three times to
display MOVIE ADVANCE.
STOP
MOVIE ADVANCE
GO TO START MOVIE
GO TO PREVIEW
SEARCH START : FF
SELECT
:
SET
SELECT
: SEARCH M/A SK I P
Select “GO TO START MOVIE,” if you want
to advance directly to beginning of the
movie.
➛ continue with step 4.
Select “GO TO PREVIEW,” if you want to
view the first (next) preview.
➛ go to “To Search for Preview” at right.
MOVIE ADVANCE
SEARCHING FOR START
OF MOVIE
Press FF
to start searching.
• To cancel,
press STOP.
CANCEL
: STOP
When the movie is found...
5
SEARCH/
M/A SKIP
Press
to select
“GO TO START
MOVIE” or “GO TO
PREVIEW.”
THE MOVIE IS READY
Press PLAY
to start playback.
START
• To cancel,
press STOP.
MOVIE ADVANCE
CANCEL
: PLAY
: STOP
VCR
Operation
EXIT
4
All connections are made.
One time Setup completed.
VCR is plugged in.
TV is turned on and set to CH3, 4
or Video on TV.
To Search for Preview.
You can override the operation of
SEARCH FOR
PREVIEWS mode by pressing SEARCH/ M/A
SKIP during tape searching.
works by searching
the tape past each preview and then reversing
back to the start of the detected preview.
While the tape is reversing back, if SEARCH/ M/
A SKIP is pressed,
will
begin searching for the next preview.
While searching for the next preview, if you see
the start of a preview which you wish to watch,
press SEARCH/ M/A SKIP and
will immediately
reverse back to the start of that preview,
instead of searching further past the preview
start point. Once the VCR is playing a preview,
press SEARCH/ M/A SKIP to advance to the
next preview, long commercial or the start of
the movie (whichever is next).
1
Start preview searching.
1) In step 3 at left, select “GO
TO PREVIEW.”
2) Press FF.
• If you want to playback, press PLAY.
When a preview is detected, VCR
will start playback.
Start next preview searching.
Press SEARCH/ M/A SKIP.
2
• To cancel, press STOP.
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Tape Operation
Search System
For each recording, an invisible index mark is placed on the tape. A program index and
information are also included for timer recordings. These marks are used to access or
scan recordings.
Program End Search
Index Search
1
Press SEARCH/
M/A SKIP*
to display SEARCH
in Stop or Play
mode, and then
press NUMBER
keys
to select recording
number.
INDEX SEARCH
ENTER INDEX NUMBER :1
USING 1- 9 KEYS
FORWARD SEARCH :FF
REVERSE SEARCH :REW
NEXT :SEARCH/ M/A
EXIT :STOP
Locates end point of recording for continuity.
1
Press SEARCH/ M/A SKIP twice
to display SEARCH in Stop or Play
mode.
2
SEARCH START : FF
• To calculate
number, see below.
Press FF/SLOW+
or REW/SLOW- on
the remote to start
search.
FORWARD SEARCH : FF
REVERSE SEARCH : REW
• To cancel, press
PLAY or STOP.
:SEARCH
Examples of Program End Search.
Fig. 1
Program 1
End Point
FF
Fig. 2
INDEX
Program 1
BLANK
FF
Fig. 3
INDEX
To go to rec. 2 from rec. 4, enter 3 and press REW.
2
3
4
5
6
7
Example 2:
To go to rec. 6 from rec. 2, enter 4 and press FF.
1
NOTE:
2
3
4
5
6
7
End Point
BLANK
FF
Program 2
If search exceeds
a few seconds in
BLANK area.
Upon locating end point,
➛ search continues 7 sec. past end point,
➛ tape rewinds to 10 sec. before end point,
➛ tape plays to end point and stops.
indicates start points of each recording.
Note
Note
• If Index Search is started very close to an
index mark, that index mark may not be
counted in the search.
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BLANK
the current tape position
Press SEARCH button
Program 1
End Point
1
Program 2
the current tape position
Press SEARCH button
• To cancel, press
PLAY or STOP.
To Calculate Index Number
Example 1:
Program 2 or BLANK
the current tape position
Press SEARCH button
INDEX
Play begins at
search end.
To search forward
or back 1 index,
press FF/SLOW+ or
REW/SLOW- on the
remote while
screen left is
displayed (10 sec.).
INDEX SEARCH
EXIT
INDEX
2
Press FF/SLOW+
on the remote to
start PROGRAM
END SEARCH.
PROGRAM END SEARCH
• If Program End Search is started very close to
an index mark, that mark may be skipped over.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the VCR button on the remote and try the button again.
Zero Search
To quickly return to a specified tape location.
REW/SLOWPLAY
FF/SLOW+
STOP
SEARCH/
M/A SKIP
Press DISPLAY during play
to display Counter.
3
4
5
Continue to record, playback etc.
PLAY
1 2 : 0 0AM
0 : 00 : 00
SP
Press COUNTER RESET
at desired position to reset
to “0:00:00”.
Press STOP.
REW
1 2 : 3 0AM
CH 02
0 : 30 : 30
SP
STOP
1 2 : 3 1AM
CH 02
0 : 00 : 00
SP
Press CA/ZERO in Stop
mode to start Zero Search.
• DECK will go into FF or REW mode and stop
at the last point the Counter was set to 0:00:00.
Auto Operation Functions
DISPLAY
CA/ZERO
COUNTER
RESET
VCR
Operation
NUMBER
keys
1
2
Auto Play
Insert a tape ➛ Power comes on,
➛ Play starts if no record tab
(see p. 6).
Auto Rewind
Play
Fast Forward
➛ Tape end ➛ Rewind
Play Auto Eject
(Repeat Play must be off)
Play ➛ Tape end ➛ Rewind
➛ Tape ejects if no record tab
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Tape Operation (continued)
Repeat Play
Set to playback a recording over and over.
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
Press
to select “SET UP VCR,” and
press SET.
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
3
SET UP VCR
REPEAT PLAY
REMOTE WARN I NG
AUTO SHUT-OFF
SELECT :
END
: ACT I ON
: OFF
: ON
: OFF
Press
to select “REPEAT PLAY,”
and press SET
to set “ON” or “OFF.”
SET: SET
• Play repeats at tape end or if unrecorded portion
over 30 sec. is detected.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
ACTION
Note
• For repeat play in DVD mode, see page 46.
SELECT
SET
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Special VCR Features
*Important: If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the VCR button
on the remote and try the button again.
Weak Signal Display Feature
When “ON,” picture is displayed regardless of signal
strength.
1
2
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
ACTION
SELECT
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
3
SET UP CHANNEL
ANTENNA : CABLE
AUTO SET
WEAK S I GNAL D I SPLAY:OFF
SET
SELECT :
EXIT
: ACT I ON
SET: SET
Press
to select “SET UP
CHANNEL,” and
press SET.
Press
to select “WEAK SIGNAL
DISPLAY,” and
press SET
to set “ON” or “OFF.”
VCR Lock Feature
When set to ON, all operations
except for timer record and tape
eject are prohibited. Useful for
households with small children.
To turn on, hold down REC on
DECK in Stop mode with no
tape inserted for 7 seconds.
(Please ignore “NO CASSETTE”
warning.)
4
Auto Shut-Off Feature
The power shuts off at a preset time.
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
Press
to select “SET UP VCR,” and
press SET.
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
VCR LOCK ACT I VATED
To turn off, repeat above.
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
VCR
Operation
• ON: Picture is displayed regardless of signal
condition, and may not always be clearly visible.
OFF: Screen turns solid blue when signal is weak or
non-existent.
• Selecting ON has no effect on connected equipment
with blue back feature.
3
SET UP VCR
REPEAT PLAY
REMOTE WARN I NG
AUTO SHUT-OFF
SELECT :
EXIT
: ACT I ON
VCR LOCK OFF
: OFF
: ON
: OFF
SET: SET
Press
to select “AUTO SHUT-OFF.”
Press SET repeatedly to
change shutoff time as
shown below.
2 Hours
OFF
• VCR Lock cancels in 24 hours if
clock is set.
4 Hours
6 Hours
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
Note
REC
• The shut-off countdown will not
function during Play or Record.
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Special VCR Features (continued)
Remote Warning Feature
If Multi-brand feature is used (p. 28), and this feature is
set to on, a warning appears whenever an invalid key
is pressed in TV, DSS or CABLE mode.
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
MENU
SET UP VCR
SET CLOCK
SET UP CHANNEL
SET UP COMMERC I AL ADV.
IDIOMA/LANGUE : ENGL I SH
VCR’S OUTPUT CH:3
SELECT :
SET:SET
EXIT
: ACTION
3
*Important: If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the VCR button
on the remote and try the button again.
SET UP VCR
REPEAT PLAY
REMOTE WARN I NG
AUTO SHUT-OFF
SELECT :
EXIT
: ACT I ON
: OFF
: ON
: OFF
SET: SET
INPUT
Press
to select “SET UP VCR,”
and
press SET.
Press
to select
“REMOTE WARNING,” and
press SET
to set “ON” or “OFF.”
• If “OFF,” remote warning will not appear
when invalid key is pressed.
4
Press ACTION twice
to return to normal screen.
STOP
PAUSE/
STILL
ACTION
SELECT
SET
TAPE
POSITION
REC
Tape Position and Tape Status Feature
To find out the present tape position and amount of tape remaining.
Tape position is displayed for VHS-C Cassettes type, tapes
under 30 minutes, and some other tapes, but the position is
not correct.
1
Press TAPE POSITION
to detect current tape position.
DETECTING TAPE POSITION
SP
R 120 M I N.
BEG I N
2
• “DETECTING TAPE POSITION” is displayed
only when a cassette is first inserted, and it
takes several seconds for correct tape
position to appear.
• The present tape position indication and
amount of tape remaining (according to
tape speed) is displayed.
• Tape remaining time display may not be
precise.
END
Press TAPE POSITION
to return to normal screen.
Note
This function cannot display exact amount of tape remaining for
tapes 30 minutes or less, or for tapes over 120 minutes in length.
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Copying Your Tapes (Dubbing)
Connection
VCR/ Camcorder
(Hi-Fi)
OUT
OUT
VIDEO
AUDIO
TV
DVD/VCR DECK
IN 1
VIDEO IN 2
VIDEO
L
R
L
AUDIO1
R
Front of DECK
IN FROM ANT.
VHF/
UHF
VHF/UHF
OUT TO TV
L-AUDIO IN2-R
(Audio/Video In Terminals
on the front of DECK are
available)
1
Connect VIDEO OUT terminal on Playing VCR to VIDEO IN terminal on DECK.
To monitor the dubbing, also connect TV as shown.
2
Connect “L” and “R” AUDIO OUT terminals on Playing VCR to “L” and “R”
AUDIO IN terminals on DECK.
In place of Playing VCR, you can use other equipment, such as a Camcorder.
Simply connect the unit’s Audio/Video outputs to DECK.
Playing (Source) VCR
1
2
Insert a pre-recorded tape.
3
Press PLAY, then PAUSE/STILL
immediately to enter PLAY/PAUSE
mode.
Recording (Editing) DECK
Insert a blank tape with record tab.
VCR
Operation
Press INPUT to set DECK Input mode to
LINE for Video Input.
(See “Selecting the Input Mode” below.)
Press REC, then PAUSE/STILL
immediately to enter REC/PAUSE
mode.
The operation of steps 4 and 5 must be done on both
playing and recording VCRs at the same time.
4
5
Press PLAY to start dubbing.
Playing VCR starts playback.
Press PAUSE/STILL to start dubbing.
DECK starts recording.
Press STOP to stop dubbing.
Press STOP to stop dubbing.
To Monitor Dubbing on TV
Selecting the Input Mode
1 Turn TV on and tune to the Recording
VCR channel (CH 3 or CH 4).
2 Set the VCR/TV Selector on DECK to
“VCR.”
Method 1: Press INPUT repeatedly.
Channel Number ↔ LINE1 ↔ LINE2
Method 2: Press CH / .
Display will change as below.
1
2
Press
LINE2
Note
• Dubbing tapes protected with Copy
Guard will have poor quality results.
LINE1
3
(CABLE) (TV)
125 or 69
Press
• “L1” or “L2” lights up on Multi Function Display
(about 4 seconds) when LINE1 or LINE2 is selected.
• LINE1: For rear audio/video connection.
LINE2: For front audio/video connection.
Caution:• Unauthorized exchanging and/or copying of copyrighted recordings may be
copyright infringement.
• Please note that some tapes cannot be dubbed on DECK. Also, it is not
possible to dub DVD/ Video CD/ CD to VHS tapes using DECK.
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Disc Operation
Subtitle Language (DVD only)
You can select a different subtitle language (if offered) than
the one set at the Settings for DVD Operation.
(See p. 49.)
1
Press SUB TITLE*
in Play mode to display
the subtitle selection
on-screen.
Ready Checklist
Please read “Basic DVD Operation”
on p. 22.
[Subtitle language (No.)]
[Audio sound track language (No.)]
ENG
English
FRA
French
DEU
German
ITA
Italian
ESP
Spanish
NLD
Dutch
SVE
Swedish
NOR
Norwegian
DAN
Danish
POR
Portuguese
RUS
Russian
JPN
Japanese
CHI
Chinese
KOR
Korean
MAL
Malay
VIE
Vietnamese
THA
Thai
• Display disappears after
5 seconds.
• When no subtitles are offered,
“-” will be displayed instead of
the language number.
2
Press
to select a language.
Press (or )
to set.
Press
to select “ON” or “OFF.”
ESP
Te amo
Number of subtitle language being played back.
Notes
• If after several presses of the button the language does not
change, language selection is not offered on the disc.
• When power is turned on again or disc is removed, subtitles
revert to initial setting language. If the initial language is not
recorded on the disc, the disc’s priority language will appear.
∗
Audio Soundtrack Language (DVD only)
You can change the audio soundtrack language, selected
at the Settings for DVD Operation, to a different language
if available. (See p. 49.)
(This operation works only with discs on which multiple
audio soundtrack languages are recorded.)
1
AUDIO: 1 ENG
Dolby Digital 3/2.1ch
Hello
SELECT :
2
SET
T : SET
AUDIO: 3 ESP
Dolby Digital 3/2.1ch
Press AUDIO
in Play mode to display the
audio selection on-screen.
• Display disappears after
5 seconds.
Audio attribute 1 type,
sampling frequency, bit No. of
the disc.
Press
to select desired language.
Hola
SELECT :
SET : SET
Number of the audio soundtrack
language being played back.
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Other
• Change the No. by pressing
and press SET.
,
[Audio attribute 1 type, sampling
frequency, bit No. of the disc (see
p. 50.)]
LPCM
Dolby Digital
DTS
16bit
20bit
24bit
1ch - 5.1ch
1ch - 5.1ch
96KHz
or
48KHz
Linear PCM disc
Dolby Digital disc
DTS disc
Notes
• If, after several presses of the
AUDIO button the language does not
change, language selection is not
offered on the disc.
• When power is turned on again or
disc is removed, language reverts to
initial setting. If this language is not
recorded on the disc, the language
recorded will be heard.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: if a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the DVD button on the remote and try the button again.
When
appears on the screen while
a button is being operated, it means
that the corresponding operation is
prohibited by DECK or the disc.
Multiple Angle Viewing (DVD only)
DVDs may contain scenes shot from multiple camera
angles allowing the same scene to be viewed at different
angles. You can view these angles, if available, using the
ANGLE button.
1
Press ANGLE
in Play mode to display the
angle selection on-screen.
ANGLE : 1
ANGLE Indicator
Notes
SELECT :
• The ANGLE Indicator lights up on
DECK when a scene recorded
at different angles is detected.
• The angle number can be set
beforehand so that the angle is
switched whenever the ANGLE
Indicator lights up.
SET
SE
T : SET
2
• Display disappears after
5 seconds.
Press
to select the desired
angle.
Number of angle being played back.
Vocal Selection for Karaoke Discs (DVD/Video CD)
1
2
Press AUDIO in Play mode
to display the audio screen.
SELECT :
SET
SUB TITLE
ZOOM
ANGLE
AUDIO
SET : SET
• DVD Karaoke (1 vocal) VOCAL ON VOCAL OFF
• DVD Karaoke (2 vocals) VOCAL V1 + V2 VOCAL V1 VOCAL V2 VOCAL OFF
• Video CD
LR
L
R
Picture Zoom (DVD only)
You can enlarge specific portions of a picture and
select the zoom ratio using the ZOOM button during
DVD playback.
DVD
Operation
SELECT
Press
(or
)
to select as shown below,
and
press (or ) to set.
(DVD only)
AUDIO:2 ENG VOCAL
VOCAL ON
ON
Press ZOOM repeatedly to change display
as follows.
Notes
• You can enlarge the center portion of the image
to one of 2 magnifications.
• The subtitle cannot be enlarged nor
can it’s position be changed.
• The picture zoom feature does not
work with a Video CD.
• During picture zoom, “ZOOM1” or
“ZOOM2” is displayed on-screen.
• Zooming, on some discs, may result
in poor picture quality, or may not
■ Use the , , and
buttons to move the position
operate at all.
up, down, left and right.
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Disc Operation (continued)
Title Menu (DVD only)
Some DVDs have more than one title, e.g. movies.
If the disc offers a title menu, you can select the desired
title number. (Operation may vary according to the disc.)
1
T I TLE MENU
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
Press TITLE*
in Play mode
to display the title screen.
<Example>
2
T I TLE MENU
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
B i rds
of the world
Press
or
NUMBER keys
to select a title, and
press SET or PLAY
to start playing.
• “Pressing SET or PLAY” is
not necessary when using
NUMBER keys.
PLAY
STOP
NUMBER
keys
<Example>
CLEAR
DVD Menu (DVD only)
DVDs may offer a special menu. This menu may include
guides to unique contents, audio/subtitle languages, etc.
Although contents and operation may vary, the following
steps show basic steps for using the menu.
1
DVD MENU
1 . SUBT I TLE
2 . AUD I O
Press MENU
in Play mode to display
DVD MENU.
ACTION
SELECT
MENU
SET
TITLE
3 . ANGLE
<Example>
2
DVD MENU
1 . SUBT I TLE
2 . AUD I O
3 . ANGLE
<Example>
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Press
or
NUMBER keys
to select an item, and
press SET or PLAY
to perform.
• “Pressing SET or PLAY” is
not necessary when using
NUMBER keys.
Repeat step 2 if there is
more than one menu.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: if a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the DVD button on the remote and try the button again.
Program Play (Video CD/CD)
Ready Checklist
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
Video CD or CD is inserted.
You can program specific tracks and order of play.
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I E LD
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
PLAY MODE
SELECT
SET
END
3
1
2
3
4
5
:
: SET
: ACTION
PROGRAM PLAY
DISC
PROGRAM
6 11 16
5 8
7 12 17
15 6
8 13 18
1 13
9 14 19
3 2
10 15 20
2
CLEAR LAST
CLEAR ALL
SELECT
:
SET
: SET
END
: ACTION
Press
to select
“PLAY MODE,” and
press SET
to display.
1
2
START
Press
to select a track
number (Track
numbers on disc are
displayed.), and
press SET.
Do operation steps 1 through 5
at left on this page.
Press DISPLAY to display Disc
Information screen.
(Disc Information Screen)
TRACK
PBC
Press
to select
“PROGRAM PLAY,”
and
press SET to display.
PLAY MODE
PROGRAM PLAY
RANDOM PLAY
SELECT
SET
END
4
:
: SET
: ACTION
Program Repeat Play
(Video CD/CD)
SET
3
4
: 1
: OFF
: SET
VIDEO CD
1 : 35 : 12
NEXT : DISPLAY
Press DISPLAY to display
DECK Information screen.
Press SET to enter Select mode.
“REPEAT OFF” will flash.
(DECK Information Screen)
PLAY
REPEAT OFF
PROGRAM PLAY
• Repeat step 4 to select another track.
• The selected track is added on the right side.
5
1 6
2 7
3 8
4 9
5 10
PROGRAM PLAY
DISC
PROGRAM
11 16
5 8
12 17
15 6
13 18
1 13
14 19
3 2
15 20
2
START
SET
5
END : DISPLAY
Press
to select “DISC
REPEAT.”
(DECK Information Screen)
PLAY
DISC REPEAT
PROGRAM PLAY
• To cancel, press STOP
during play, then press
CLEAR.
SELECT :
SET
: SET
Notes
• Up to 15 tracks can be programmed.
• “ ” or “ ” (depending on disc) indicates additional
PROGRAM PLAY screen.
Press
for next or previous screen.
• To clear the last program one by one
Press
to move to “CLEAR LAST” and
press SET. (Pressing CLEAR on remote control
also clears last program.)
• To clear all programs
Press
to move to “CLEAR ALL” and press
SET. (Programs are also cleared when the power
is turned off or the disc is removed.)
: SET
6
END : DISPLAY
DVD
Operation
CLEAR LAST
CLEAR ALL
SELECT
:
SET
: SET
END
: ACTION
Press
to select “START,” and
press SET to start play
of programs in the
sequence selected.
Press SET to set mode. (“DISC
REPEAT” will stop flashing.)
To cancel, select “REPEAT
OFF” in step 5, then press SET.
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Disc Operation (continued)
Random Play (Video CD/CD)
Tracks are played in a random order.
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I E LD
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
PLAY MODE
SELECT
SET
END
3
:
: SET
: ACTION
PLAY MODE
PROGRAM PLAY
RANDOM PLAY
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
Pess
to select “PLAY MODE,”
and
press SET
to display.
Ready Checklist
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
*Important:
If a remote control button does not
work when pressed, press the
DVD button on the remote and try
the button again.
Press
to select
“RANDOM PLAY,” and
press SET
to begin random play.
STOP
• To cancel, press STOP
during play, then press
CLEAR.
CLEAR
ACTION
SELECT
SET
AUDIO
CONTROL
Setting the Sound Output Level
Audio recorded on a DVD or Video CD often incorporates
a dynamic range of sound.
This means that, when compared to a music CD, etc.,
the average volume is generally lower and the peaks
may be higher. This unit can be set so that the average
volume is increased automatically.
Press AUDIO CONTROL repeatedly to change “ON” ↔ “OFF.”
• “ON” or “OFF” lights up on Multi Function Display (about 3 seconds) when
press AUDIO CONTROL.
Audio Control “OFF”
DVD /Video CD
Volume level is low.
Audio Control “ON”
Volume level is increased
automatically when played back.
Music CD
• “ON” is set ..... When a DVD or Video CD is played back, the average volume is increased.
• “OFF” is set .... The volume level recorded on the disc is played back just as it is.
Notes
• When audio equipment is connected, setting the Sound Output level to “OFF” is recommended.
• If the sound becomes abnormal while playing a disc, set the Sound Output level to “OFF.”
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays
When DISPLAY is pressed, On-Screen Displays show
disc information (title/chapter/track number, elapsed
playing time) and DECK information (repeat play, play
mode).
1
Ready Checklist
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
Press DISPLAY in Play or Stop mode
to display “On-Screen Displays.”
• Each press of DISPLAY changes the on-screen
display as follows. (refer to p. 46.)
Selected disc information
Selected DECK information
Normal Screen
Note
DISPLAY button does not function while DVD
TITLE MENU is displayed.
2
3
NUMBER
keys
Press
(or
)
to select an item, and
press SET.
CLEAR
SET
SELECT
Press
to select the setting, and
press SET.
DISPLAY
<Example of DVD>
T I TLE
: 12
CHAPTER : 11
T I TLE
: 12
CHAPTER : 24
SELECT :
SET
: SET
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
NEXT : DISPLAY
NEXT : DISPLAY
• For some functions the
setting will be registered
immediately without
pressing SET.
• When numbers are
displayed (e.g. title
number), NUMBER keys
are also available.
To make corrections,
press
and SET
repeatedly to move to
the error, then correct.
• Pressing is effective
for elapsing time
<Example of Video CD> instead of the above
TRACK : 12
VIDEO CD
buttons. Press
PBC
: OFF
0 : 12 : 34
repeatedly to delete the
TRACK : 17
VIDEO CD
error, then correct.
PBC
: OFF
0 : 12 : 34
SET
: SET
SET
: SET
NEXT : DISPLAY
NEXT : DISPLAY
To return to normal
screen,
press CLEAR or
DISPLAY repeatedly.
DVD
Operation
SELECT :
SET
: SET
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
Notes
• When DISPLAY button is
pressed during playback of a
Video CD with Playback control,
NUMBER keys are not available
on the displayed screen. In this
case, press DISPLAY again to
remove the displayed screen.
• When
appears on the screen
while a button is being operated,
it means that the corresponding
operation is prohibited by DECK
or the disc.
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DVD Operation using On-Screen Displays (continued)
Detailed Descriptions of each On-Screen Display
■ Disc information screen (for DVD)
1
2
1. TITLE No.
* or NUMBER keys, and press SET.
• Change the No. by pressing
T I TLE
: 1
CHAPTER : 12
DVD
1 : 12 : 55
3
4
2. Chapter No.
or NUMBER keys, and press SET.
• Change the No. by pressing
3. Disc currently being played
4. Elapsed playing time
SELECT :
SET
: SET
NEXT : DISPLAY
The screen may be changed by selecting the elapsed time.
• Change the elapsed time by pressing NUMBER keys .
e.g., press 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 for 01 : 23 : 45.
• This function does not work with some discs.
■ Disc information screen (for Video CD/ CD)
A. Track No.
or NUMBER keys, and press SET.
• Change the No. by pressing
B. Playback control ON/OFF
A
B
[Video CD with playback control only]
ON Video CD menu play is displayed.
OFF Video CD menu play is cleared.
TRACK
PBC
: 1
: OFF
VIDEO CD
1 : 35 : 12
C
D
C. Disc currently being played
Video CD
CD
SET
D. Elapsed playing time
: SET
NEXT : DISPLAY
Note
• Track No. and the elapsed playing time are not displayed during play started from menu of Video
CDs with playback control.
appears on the screen while a button is being operated, it means that the corresponding
• When
operation is prohibited by DECK or the disc.
■ DECK information screen (for DECK)
• Change the desired mode during play by pressing
, and press SET.
a
PLAY
CHAPTER REPEAT
a. Repeat Play
DVD
CHAPTER REPEAT TITLE REPEAT REPEAT OFF
Video CD/CD TRACK REPEAT
DISC REPEAT REPEAT OFF
SELECT :
SET
: SET
b. Play mode [Video CD/ CD only] (See p. 43 or 44.)
PROGRAM PLAY program play
RANDOM PLAY
random play
---normal play
b
• CHAPTER/TITLE REPEAT PLAY (DVD)
CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION
END : DISPLAY
CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION
track
chapter
: SET
• TRACK/DISC REPEAT PLAY (Video CD/CD)
TITLE
chapter
PLAY
DISC REPEAT
RANDOM PLAY
SET
For your reference
END : DISPLAY
track
track
chapter
CHAPTER REPEAT
TITLE REPEAT
NORMAL PLAY
TRACK REPEAT
DISK REPEAT
NORMAL PLAY
Note
• For repeat play in VCR mode, see p. 36.
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
MP3 Playback Operation
*Important: If a remote control button does not work
when pressed, press the DVD button on
the remote and try the button again.
MP3 Playback
You can use this unit to play MP3 format audio recorded for ■ MP3 playback (During STOP mode)
personal use with a computer etc. onto a CD-R or CD-RW.
1) Press
to select an MP3 file ( ).
Play may not be possible in some cases due to the
2) Press SET or PLAY to start playback.
condition of the recording.
1
2
3
Press POWER on the remote or DECK.
Press OPEN/CLOSE,
and then place a MP3 disc into the disc tray.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to close.
MP3 MENU is displayed and playback is
started automatically. (The MP3 CD directory is
displayed.)
Function
Status
Counter
<Example>
PLAY
ROOT
VA
TECHNO
POPS
JAZZ
Folder area
(The currently
displayed folder
turns green)
MP3 MENU
00 : 00 : 00
..
END_WALTZ
DD_CUB I C
NOCTURNE
NORN
PLAY MODE : NORMAL
<Example>
Parent
folder
File area
(The selected
MP3 file/folder
is displayed
with a cursor.)
PLAY MODE
ROOT
VA
END_WALTZ
DD_CUB I C
NOCTURNE
NORN
: MP3 file
: Folder
: Parent folder
TECHNO
POPS
■ Forward/Reverse Search
Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOW- during play.
Press PLAY to release.
• Search speed, slow at first, increases with each
additional press of the button up to 4 levels.
■ Forward/Reverse Track Skip
Press SKIP
| or |
SKIP during play.
Each press skips a track.
• If pressed within first 3 seconds of playback, skips
to the previous track. If over 3 seconds, returns to
first of that track. (|
SKIP only.)
• Only the SKIP
| or |
SKIP button can be used
for track skip selection during playback.
Place unit into Stop mode before performing folder/
file selection (see above right.)
4
5
■ Select parent folder (During STOP
mode)
1) Press
to select a folder ( ).
2) Press SET to make changes to
the previous directory display.
Note
• Folder area operation cannot be done.
Only file area operation is possible.
■ Select PLAY MODE (During STOP
mode)
1) Press
to move cursor to PLAY
MODE.
2) Press
to select the desired
PLAY MODE (see below).
[PLAY MODE]
NORMAL:
All MP3 files are selected and
played back one time only.
SINGLE REPEAT:
The selected MP3 file is
played back repeatedly.
FOLDER REPEAT:
The MP3 files contained in
the selected folder are played
back repeatedly.
However, folders below the
selected folder are not played
back.
DVD
Operation
JAZZ
(The MP3 CD directory structure
displayed in the above example OSD
is shown in the diagram at left.)
■ Select folder (During STOP mode)
1) Press
to select a folder ( ).
2) Press SET to display files/folders
contained in the folder.
DISC REPEAT:
All MP3 files are played back
repeatedly.
Press STOP to stop playing.
Press OPEN/CLOSE to eject the disc.
The MP3 MENU is closed automatically.
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DVD Lock Feature
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when
pressed, press the DVD button on the remote
and try the button again.
You can prevent playback of DVDs of a specific
rating level which may be unsuitable for children.
• Some DVDs are encoded with a rating level. If the disc
rating is higher (stricter) than the one you preset,
playback will be prohibited.
Ready Checklist
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
DVD Lock (DVD only)
A 4-digit code must be entered to view a blocked
program or change rating settings.
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I E LD
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK : LEVEL 8
SELECT
SET
END
Press
to select “PARENTAL LOCK,”
and
press SET to display.
:
: SET
: ACTION
Caution
Discs not encoded with rating
level will play even if the jacket
states it is for mature
audiences. For these discs, the
DVD Lock Ratings will not work.
<When DVD Lock is activated>
YOUR SELECTION
EXCEEDS THE
,
PLAYER S RATING LIMIT.
DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE THE
LIMIT?
YES
3
ENTER 4-D I G I T CODE
---END
: ACT I ON
ENTER : 0 - 9
1) Press NUMBER keys
to enter your secret code.
2) Enter same secret code
again for confirmation.
3) Press SET to display.
To Make Corrections • Step 2) not necessary when
Press repeatedly to
move the cursor.
Press NUMBER keys to
make the correction.
4
changing rating or secret
code.
• Take care that you are not
observed entering the
secret code.
Press
to select rating level, and
press SET
to select “LOCKED” or
“UNLOCKED.”
LEVEL 0 : LOCK ALL, Playback of all DVDs, CDs and
Video CDs is prohibited.
(Use to prohibit play of mature theme DVDs not
encoded with rating level.)
LEVEL 1 : mature theme DVDs
LEVEL 2 : DVDs expressly for children can be played back.
LEVEL 3 to 7 : DVDs for general audiences/children can be
played back. (DVDs with mature content
are prohibited.)
LEVEL 8 : NO LIMIT: (Factory preset)
All DVDs can be played back.
5
48
Press ACTION twice
to end setup.
NO
SELECT :
SET
: SET
END : DISPLAY
After DVD Lock is set and a
blocked DVD is played, this
message will appear.
The message may differ
depending on the disc.
To continue viewing a blocked
program for now,
to select “YES” and
Press
SET. Then, enter your 4 digit
secret code. When “NO” is
selected, blocked programs
cannot be viewed.
Change your secret code
• You will need your current code.
Do step 1 ~ 2 left.
Enter current secret code.
Press CLEAR to clear the code.
Do step 4 to enter new code.
Note
• DO NOT forget your secret code.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Settings for DVD Operation
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DI SC LANGUAGES
DISC
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: AUTO
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
Press
to select an item, and
press SET.
Once initial settings are done, they
remain in memory (even after power off)
until changed. This means DECK will
operate under the same conditions
(especially DVDs) each time.
Ready Checklist
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
DISC LANGUAGES (See below)
All languages offered on the disc can be set.
If the language not offered is set, the original disc
language will be selected.
NUMBER
keys
AUDIO OUTPUT (See p. 50.)
CLEAR
You can set the audio output that comes from the
digital audio output terminal.
ACTION
STILL MODE (See p. 51.)
SELECT
To select “FIELD” (Field still) or “FRAME” (Frame
still) to prevent jitter or make small text or fine
patterns clearly visible in a still picture. When
“AUTO” is set “FIELD” or “FRAME” is selected
automatically.
SET
TV MODE (See p. 51.)
To select whether the video material for a widescreen will be played back in the Pan & Scan style,
Letterbox style or 16 : 9 style.
Disc Languages (DVD only)
To select and set the language of the audio
soundtrack, subtitles, or title/DVD menus for all discs
to be played.
DVD MAIN MENU
DI SC LANGUAGES
DISC
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: AUTO
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
Press
to select
“DISC LANGUAGES,”
and
press SET
to display screen.
(Factory preset: English)
To select the audio soundtrack language.
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
Original: Original disc language
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
“SUBTITLE” selections
(Factory preset: AUTO)
To select the subtitle language.
AUTO: Same language selected
for “AUDIO”
• If language set for “AUDIO” is used in
playback, subtitles will not appear.
• If another language is used during
playback, the subtitles will appear
in the language selected at “AUDIO”
setup.
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
DVD
Operation
3
“AUDIO” selections
“MENUS” selections
4
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO
AUDI
SUBT I TLE
MENUS
SELECT
SET
END
5
: English
: AUTO
: English
:
: SET
: ACTION
Press
to select an item, and
press SET repeatedly
for desired language.
(Please refer right.)
Press ACTION to redisplay DVD menu
and go to step 2 to setup another item.
Or, press ACTION twice to exit.
(factory preset: English)
To select the language used in title
menus or DVD menus.
English/Spanish/French/Japanese
OTHER ✱✱✱✱: Other language selection*1
To enter OTHER ✱✱✱✱ code
number,
Press NUMBER keys (Please refer to
language codes on p. 52).
To make corrections, press
repeatedly to delete language code
number, and correct.
*1 If the selected language is not offered,
the original disc language is selected.
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Settings for DVD Operation (continued)
Audio Output
Ready Checklist
Select the digital output to be output from the optical
digital audio output connector of DECK.
1
2
Press ACTION*
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I LED
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
SELECT
SET
END
3
:
: SET
: ACTION
AUDIO OUTPUT
LPCM(DVD)
LPCM(DVD)
Dolby Digital
dts
DRC
SURROUND
SELECT
SET
END
:: OFF
OFF
: Bitstream
: OFF
: OFF
: OFF
:
: SET
: ACTION
Press
to select
“AUDIO OUTPUT,”
and
press SET
to display screen.
Press
to select an item,
and
press SET
repeatedly for
output. (See below.)
OFF: Linear PCM of less than 48 kHz/16 bit is
output. When playing DVDs recorded in
linear PCM of over 48 kHz/20 bit or 96 kHz,
no digital audio is output. (Factory preset)
PCM: When playing DVDs recorded in linear PCM
of 48 kHz/20 bit/24 bit or 96 kHz, digital
audio converted to 48 kHz/16 bit is output.
(Digital output of PCM audio is restricted to
48 kHz/16 bit or below for copyright
protection.)
■ “Dolby Digital” selections
Bitstream: Dolby Digital bitstream (1ch-5.1ch) is
output. (Factory preset)
OFF:
No output.
■ “dts” selections
Bitstream: dts bitstream is output. (Factory preset)
OFF:
No output.
■ “DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)”selections
OFF: Normal audio range is selected. (Factory
preset)
ON: For dynamic sound even at low volume, this
is useful for late-night listening. [Dolby Digital
DVDs only].
■ “SURROUND” selections
Surround Sound creates the effect of sound coming
from non-existent rear speakers even when only
connected to a 2-channel stereo system.
OFF: No Surround Sound effect. (Factory preset)
ON: Surround Sound effect.
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Recommended setting
LPCM Dolby
dts
(DVD) Digital
No amplifier is connected OFF
OFF
OFF
Type of amplifier
to be connected
■ “LPCM (DVD)” selections
4
DECK is in DVD mode, press DVD.
Press ACTION to redisplay DVD menu
and go to step 2 to setup another item.
Or, press ACTION twice to exit.
AV amplifier (with digital
audio input connector)
PCM*1
without Dolby Digital/dts
decoder
AV amplifier including
Dolby Digital decoder
OFF* 2
PCM*1 Bitstream
OFF*2
OFF
AV amplifier including
1
*3
Dolby Digital/dts decoder PCM* Bitstream Bitstream
• Make settings according to amplifier
connected to optical audio output as shown
in above table.
• When a dts decoder is not connected, to
enjoy dts DVD, please select audio output
other than dts at the dts DVD menu screen.
Otherwise, there will be no sound.
*1 Audio Output 2 from DECK is converted to
48 kHz/16 bit in addition to audio from
digital audio output.
To enjoy high quality sound at 48 kHz/20
bit /24 bit or 96 kHz, connect the amplifier
or decoder directly to the Audio Output 2
connectors, not to the Digital Audio Output
connector. [Select “OFF” at the “LPCM
(DVD)”.]
*2 When connecting an amplifier (with an
optical digital input connector) which does
not contain the Dolby Digital or dts
decoder, be sure to select “OFF”.
If “Bitstream” is selected, starting DVD play
may cause such a high level of noise as to
be harmful to your ears and damage the
speakers.
*3 When a dts decoder is connected, please
select “Bitstream” in “dts”. If “OFF” is
selected, there will be no sound.
Notes
• Turn off other surround effects when using
this surround effect.
• For optimum effect, the distance between
DECK and the listener should be about 3 or 4
times the distance between the right and left
front speakers.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
*Important: If a remote control button does not work when pressed,
press the DVD button on the remote and try the button again.
Still Mode
Set to reduce jitter in a displayed still picture or a motion
picture.
1
2
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I ELD
TV MODE
: Letterbox 4:3
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
Press
to select “STILL MODE,”
and
press SET repeatedly
for mode. (See below.)
ACTION
AUTO: “FIELD” (Field still) or “FRAME” (Frame still) is
automatically selected during the still mode.
(Factory preset)
FIELD: “FIELD” (Field still) is always selected.
This setting will reduce jitter when compared
with “AUTO” on some discs.
FRAME: “FRAME” (Frame still) is always selected.
Some texts and fine patterns will be seen clearly
when compared with “AUTO” on some discs.
3
SELECT
SET
Press ACTION
to exit this mode.
TV Mode
Set the screen display style for wide-screen video
material playback.
Press ACTION
to display MENU.
DVD MAIN MENU
DISC LANGUAGES
AUDIO OUTPUT
ST I L L MODE
: F I LED
TV
: LL eetttteerrbbooxx 44::33
TV MODE
MODE
PARENTAL LOCK :LEVEL 8
SELECT
SET
END
:
: SET
: ACTION
Press
to select “TV MODE,”
and press SET
repeatedly for mode.
(See below.)
Example
• Pan & Scan (Factory preset)
DVD
Operation
1
2
Pan & Scan 4 : 3 (Factory preset) :
Wide-screen video data is played in Pan & Scan
style (left and right of screen is trimmed.)
• Video data not formatted in Pan & Scan will play
in letterbox style.
Letterbox 4 : 3 :
Wide-screen video data is played in Letterbox
style (top and bottom of screen has black margin).
16 : 9 :
Set “16: 9” when using Wide-screen TV.
3
• Letterbox
Press ACTION
to exit this mode.
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Language Code List
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “AUDIO”, “SUBTITLE” and/or
“MENUS” (see p. 49).
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
Code Language
6565 Afar
7079 Faroese
7678 Lingala
8375 Slovak
6566 Abkhazian
7082 French
7679 Laothian
8376 Slovenian
6570 Afrikaans
7089 Frisian
7684 Lithuanian
8377 Samoan
6577 Ameharic
7165 Irish
7686 Latvian, Lettish
8378 Shona
6582 Arabic
7168 Scots Gaelic
7771 Malagasy
8379 Somali
6583 Assamese
7176 Galician
7773 Maori
8381 Albanian
6588 Aymara
7178 Guarani
7775 Macedonian
8382 Serbian
6590 Azerbaijani
7185 Gujarati
7776 Malayalam
8385 Sundanese
6665 Bashkir
7265 Hausa
7778 Mongolian
8386 Swedish
6669 Byelorussian
7273 Hindi
7779 Moldavian
8387 Swahili
6671 Bulgarian
7282 Croatian
7782 Marathi
8465 Tamil
6672 Bihari
7285 Hungarian
7783 Malay
8469 Telugu
6678 Bengali; Bangla
7289 Armenian
7784 Maltese
8471 Tajik
6679 Tibetan
7365 Interlingua
7789 Burmese
8472 Thai
6682 Breton
7378 Indonesian
7865 Nauru
8473 Tigrinya
6765 Catalan
7383 Icelandic
7869 Nepali
8475 Turkmen
6779 Corsican
7384 Italian
7876 Dutch
8476 Tagalog
6783 Czech
7387 Hebrew
7879 Norwegian
8479 Tonga
6789 Welsh
7465 Japanese
7982 Oriya
8482 Turkish
6865 Danish
7473 Yiddish
8065 Panjabi
8484 Tatar
6869 German
7487 Javanese
8076 Polish
8487 Twi
6890 Bhutani
7565 Georgian
8083 Pashto, Pushto
8575 Ukrainian
6976 Greek
7575 Kazakh
8084 Portuguese
8582 Urdu
6978 English
7576 Greenlandic
8185 Quechua
8590 Uzbek
6979 Esperanto
7577 Cambodian
8277 Rhaeto-Romance
8673 Vietnamese
6983 Spanish
7578 Kannada
8279 Romanian
8679 Volapük
6984 Estonian
7579 Korean
8285 Russian
8779 Wolof
6985 Basque
7583 Kashmiri
8365 Sanskrit
8872 Xhosa
7065 Persian
7585 Kurdish
8368 Sindhi
8979 Yoruba
7073 Finnish
7589 Kirghiz
8372 Serbo-Croatian
9072 Chinese
7074 Fiji
7665 Latin
8373 Singhalese
9085 Zulu
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Warning and Instruction Displays
These displays will alert you to a missed operation or provide further instructions.
OSD
Caution
Page
If you attempt to set or review a Timer
Recording and the Clock is not set...
24
If DECK is not in Stop mode or a cassette
with record tab is not inserted 2 minutes
before a Timer Recording is about to
begin...
24
25
CHECK CASSETTE
RECORD TAB
If you press REC on the remote control or
DECK, and a cassette is inserted with no
record tab...
6
NO CASSETTE
If you press PLAY, FF, REW, or REC on
the remote control or DECK without a
cassette inserted...
20
21
TO CANCEL TIMER REC
HOLD DOWN STOP KEY
FOR APPROX 3 SEC
If you press STOP or POWER
during a Timer Recording...
(visible in VCR mode only)
25
VIDEO HEADS MAY NEED
CLEANING PLEASE INSERT
HEAD CLEANING CASSETTE
OR REFER TO MANUAL
If head cleaning becomes necessary
while playing back a tape...
PLEASE SET CLOCK BY
PRESSING ACTION KEY
PLEASE PREPARE FOR TIMER
REC
END
6
: PLAY
VCR LOCK ACTIVATED
If you press a function button other than
STOP/EJECT or POWER while DECK is
in VCR Lock mode...
37
REMOTE CONTROL IS SET
TO CABLE/DSS MODE
USE VCR : VCR KEY
USE DVD : DVD KEY
If you press an invalid key on the remote
while in CABLE/DSS mode...
REMOTE CONTROL IS SET
TO TV MODE
USE VCR : VCR KEY
USE DVD : DVD KEY
If you press an invalid key on the remote
while in TV mode...
PLEASE CHECK THE DISC,
AND FOR STAINS OR
SCRATCHES ON DISC
If you press PLAY, or DECK reads
data from a stained or scratched disc
in DVD mode. Also, if the type of disc
is other than DVD, Video CD or CD...
4
IT IS PROHIBITED TO COPY
DVD/VIDEO CD/CD TO VHS
If you press REC in DVD mode...
21
28
29
38
28
29
38
For Your
Information
53
Before Requesting Service
Check the following points if you are having trouble with your DECK.
Power
Correction
No power…
• Completely insert Power Plug into an AC outlet.
• Set POWER button to on.
• Make sure power source is active.
Power turns itself off...
• Auto power-off (shutoff) occurs after about 5 min.
in DVD mode with no operation, or if there is no
broadcast signal in TV or Playback mode.
Turn the power back on. (pp. 23, 37)
Correction
Recording & Playback
TV program cannot be recorded...
• Check connections between DECK, external
antenna, and TV.
• Check channel selections.
• Make sure your antenna system (CABLE or TV) is
correctly set. (Channels [p. 18])
• Make sure cassette record tab is intact. (p. 6)
Timer recording cannot be
performed…
• Confirm that clock is set to current time and date.
• Make sure Cable/DSS box (if used) is left on and
tuned to channel to be recorded.
• Set recording start/stop times correctly. (p. 24)
• Timer recording may not be performed or continued
if a power interruption occurs before or during a
Timer Recording, even after power is restored.
There is no playback picture, or the
playback picture is noisy or contains
streaks...
• Select channel 3 or 4 on TV to match VCR output
channel (3 or 4) (p. 16) or select LINE.
• Set VCR/TV selector to “VCR.”
• Adjust TRACKING control in either direction. (p. 6)
• Try Head Cleaning. (p. 6)
Special effects playback, picture may
contain some vertical jitter when using
a TV with an Automatic Vertical Hold
Control...
• Set TV’s Vertical Hold Control to MANUAL, then
adjust.
DECK cannot be controlled...
•
•
•
•
•
Remote Control
Make sure DECK power is on.
Check Remote batteries.
Make sure VCR LOCK is set to off. (p. 37)
Make sure Remote is in proper mode.(p. 28)
Make sure Timer Recording is not in progress.
Correction
DECK cannot be remote controlled...
•
•
•
•
•
•
PROG buttons do not respond...
• PROG functions are not available in COMPONENT
Video Output and S-VIDEO OUT. Set TV to either RF
IN or VIDEO IN. (p. 10)
• Check Remote batteries. (p. 4)
• Press VCR or DVD button for DVD/VCR mode. (p. 28)
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Make sure DECK power is on.
Make sure Remote is in VCR mode.
Aim Remote Control directly at remote sensor on DECK. (p. 9)
Avoid any object blocking signal path.
Check Remote batteries. (p. 4)
Exposing DECK remote sensor to direct fluorescent
or outdoor light may cause signal interference.
For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Check the following points if you are having trouble with your DECK.
DVD/ Video CD/ CD
Correction
Play fails to start even when PLAY is
pressed...
• This DECK cannot play discs other than DVDs,
Video CDs and CDs.
• The disc may be dirty and require cleaning.
Play starts but then stops immediately...
• Be sure disc is installed with label side up.
Picture is distorted during rapid
advance or rapid reverse...
• The picture will be somewhat distorted at times:
this is normal.
No Forward/Reverse Scene Search
play...
• Some discs may have sections which prohibit
Forward/Reverse Scene Search. (p. 23)
Play does not start even when title is
selected...
• Confirm the “DVD LOCK” setting. (p. 48)
Audio soundtrack and/or subtitle
language is not the one selected at
the initial settings...
No subtitles...
• If the audio soundtrack and/or subtitle language
selected at DVD initial settings does not exist
on the disc, it will not be accessible.
• Subtitles appear only when available on disc.
• “OFF” is selected at the changing subtitle
language. Select “ON” at the “Subtitle Languages”
section (p. 40) to display the subtitles.
Alternative audio soundtrack
(or subtitle) language cannot be
selected...
• Alternative language cannot be selected with discs
which do not contain more than one language.
• For some discs, alternative language cannot be
selected with the AUDIO or SUB TITLE button.
Try selecting it from the DVD MENU if available.
Angle cannot be changed...
• This function is dependent on software availability.
Even if disc has multiple angles, they may be
recorded for specific scenes only (ANGLE
indicator on DECK lights up). (p. 41)
Miscellaneous
Programs cannot be viewed on TV...
Video cassette cannot be inserted...
Correction
• Make sure TV is set to output of DECK.
• Check connections between DECK,
external antenna, and TV.
• Set VCR/TV selector to “TV.” (p. 21)
• Make sure proper signal source is selected.
• Insert the cassette with window side up; record
tab facing you.
The disc cannot be removed..
• First, unplug DECK. Then, prepare a rigid wire
(e.g. an extended paper clip) and, applying
moderate force, insert it straight into the hole at the
base of the tray. The tray will eject a little. Now, pull
the tray all the way out and remove the disc. (p. 9)
If you cannot resolve the problem, please call the Customer Call Center for product
assistance at 1-800-211-PANA (7262).
To locate an authorized servicenter, please call toll free 1-800-211-PANA (7262).
or send e-mail to : [email protected]
For Your
Information
Video cassette ejects when
• Make sure cassette record tab is intact. (p. 6)
a recording is started or the power is
turned off for timer recording...
In Stop mode, the motor (CYLINDER) • To enable Quick play mechanism, the cylinder will
continues to rotate...
rotate for about 3 minutes. This reduces response
time from Stop to Play mode.
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Servicenter List
For Product Information, Operating Assistance, Literature Request, Dealer
Locations, and all Customer Service inquiries please contact:
1-800-211-PANA (7262), Monday-Friday 9am-9pm Saturday-Sunday 9am-7pm,
EST. or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
You can purchase parts, accessories or locate your
nearest servicenter by visiting our Web Site.
Accessory Purchases:
Customer Orders Only 800-332-5368 (Customer Orders Only)
Panasonic Services Company 20421 84th Avenue South, Kent, WA 98032
(6 am to 5 pm Monday - Friday; 6 am to 10:30 am Saturday; PST)
(Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, Check)
Factory Servicenters Locations
CALIFORNIA
6550 Katella Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630
800 Dubuque Avenue
S. San Francisco,
CA 94080
3878 Ruffin Road
Suite A
San Diego, CA 92123
GEORGIA
8655 Roswell Road
Suite 100
Atlanta, GA 30350
MINNESOTA
7850-12th Avenue South
Airport Business Center
Bloomington, MN 55425
ILLINOIS
OHIO
1709 North Randall Road 2236 Waycross Road
Elgin, IL 60123
Civic Center Plaza
Forest Park, OH 45240
MASSACHUSETTS
60 Glacier Drive
FLORIDA
Suite G
3700 North 29th Avenue Westwood, MA 02090
Suite 102
Hollywood, FL 33020
TEXAS
13615 Welch Road
Suite 101
Farmers Branch,
TX 75244
WASHINGTON
20425-84th Avenue
South
Kent, WA 98032
PENNSYLVANIA
2221 Cabot Blvd. West
Suite B
Langhorne, PA 19047
HAWAII
99-859 Iwaiwa Street
Aiea, Hawaii 96701
Phone (808)488-1996
Fax (808)486-4369
Service in Puerto Rico
Matsushita Electric of Puerto rico, Inc. Panasonic Sales Company/ Factory Servicenter:
Ave. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5, San Gabriel Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
Phone (787)750-4300 Fax (787)768-2910
As of Sep. 2001
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For assistance, please call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262) or send e-mail to : [email protected]
Limited Warranty
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric Corporation
of America, One Panasonic Way
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Panasonic Sales Company,
Division of Matsushita Electric of Puerto Rico, Inc.
AVE. 65 de Infantería, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel
Industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985
PANASONIC/QUASAR Video Products
Limited Warranty
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively referred to as “the Warrantor”)
will repair or replace this product with new or refurbished parts or equivalent product, free of charge, in the USA or
Puerto Rico, in the event of a defect in materials or workmanship as follows (all time periods commence from the date
of the original purchase):
PRODUCT
CAMCORDER
PARTS
DVD/VCR DECK ONE (1) YEAR
ONE (1) YEAR, EXCEPT
DIGITAL STILL CCD IMAGE SENSOR
CAMERA
CCD IMAGE SENSOR
- SIX (6) MONTHS
A/V MIXER
ONE (1) YEAR
TV/VCR, TV/DVD ONE (1) YEAR,
EXCEPT CRT
TV/DVD/VCR
COMBINATION CRT - TWO (2) YEARS
TV/HDR
COMBINATION
LABOR
SERVICE
CONTACT NUMBER
Carry-In or Mail-In
1-800-211-PANA(7262)
NINETY (90) DAYS
Carry-In or Mail-In
1-800-211-PANA(7262)
NINETY (90) DAYS
Carry-In or Mail-In
1-800-272-7033
ONE (1) YEAR, EXCEPT NINETY (90) DAYS
CCD IMAGE SENSOR
CCD IMAGE SENSOR
NINETY (90) DAYS
- SIX (6) MONTHS
ONE (1) YEAR,
EXCEPT CRT
CRT - TWO (2) YEARS
NINETY (90) DAYS
Carry-In or Mail-In 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
Carry-In: 21” CRT
NINETY (90) DAYS
1-800-211-PANA(7262)
CRT - NINETY (90) DAYS and Smaller
In-Home or Carry-In:
22” CRT and Larger
NINETY (90) DAYS
In-Home or Carry-In 1-888-843-9788
NINETY (90) DAYS
CRT - NINETY (90) DAYS
For Your
Information
Batteries (if included) - New rechargeable batteries in exchange for defective rechargeable batteries for ten (10)
days. Non-rechargeable batteries are not warranted.
Tape (if included) - New video cassette tape in exchange for a defective video cassette tape for five (5) days.
Memory cards (if included) - Exchange defective item for new one for ninety (90) days.
In-home, carry-in or mail-in service, as applicable, in the USA can be obtained during the warranty period by
contacting a Panasonic Services Company (PASC) Factory Servicenter listed in the Servicenter Directory. Or call toll
free contact number listed above, to locate an authorized PASC Servicenter. Carry-in or mail-in service in Puerto Rico
can be obtained during the warranty period by calling the Panasonic Sales Company telephone number listed in the
Servicenter Directory.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. A purchase receipt or other proof of the date of the original
purchase is requires before warranty service is rendered.
This warranty only covers failures due to defects in materials and workmanship, which occur during normal use and
does not cover normal maintenance, including, but not limited to, video and audio head cleaning. The warranty does
not cover damage which occurs in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor,
or failures which result from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, alteration, modification,
faulty installation, set-up adjustments, improper antenna, inadequate signal pickup, maladjustment of consumer
controls, improper operation, power line surge, improper voltage supply, lightning damage, commercial use such as
hotel, office, restaurant, or other business or rental use of the product, or service by anyone other than a PASC
Factory Servicenter or a PASC authorized Servicenter, or damage that is attributable to acts of God.
LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS
There are no express warranties except as listed above.
THE WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
(INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO RECORDING MEDIA) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF
THIS PRODUCTS, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THE WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which vary, from state to
state. If a problem with this product develops during or after the warranty period, you may contact your
dealer or Servicenter. If the problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write to the Consumer Affairs
Department at the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company address above.
SERVICE CALLS WHICH DO NOT INVOLVE DEFECTIVE MATERIALS OR WORKMANSHIP
AS DETERMINED BY THE WARRANTOR, IN ITS SOLE DISCRETION, ARE NOT COVERED.
COSTS OF SUCH SERVICE CALLS ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PURCHASER.
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Conexiones/Configuracion
Inicial
Para
ajustar el idioma, canal
y (READY TO PLAY)
Favor realice la conexion de antena o cable antes de conectar el cordon de AC a la
toma de pared.
Conectando el cordon de AC de la DECK en toma de pared iniciara automaticamente la busqueda
de canales y colocacion de tiempo.
Conectando
Para Ant/Cable ➛ DECK ➛ TV
1
2
DECK
Terminal IN FROM ANT.
Televisor
Conecte Ant/Cable a la entrada de antena
de la DECK (DECK In).
Conecte la salida de la DECK (DECK Out) a
la entrada de antena de la TV (TV In) con el
cable-accesorio RF incluido.
1
2
Entrada (IN) desde
ANT./CABLE
Terminal
OUT TO TV
VHF/UHF
Para Sistema Digital de Satelite (DSS)/ Convertidor de cable ➛ DECK ➛ TV
1
2
Conecte la salida del convertidor de cable
a la ”DECK In” con el RF cable accesorio
incluido.
Conecte “DECK Out” a la “TV In” con el
cable-accesorio incluido.
Televisor
2
2
Presione el boton DECK del control remoto
para dicha modalidad. Encienda la TV y
cambie a canal 3.
Conecte cordon de AC de la DECK a la
toma de pared. La DECK se activara e
iniciara busqueda de canales y colocacion
de tiempo.
Estuche convertidor
de TV por cable
1
Terminal
OUT TO TV
Entrada (IN) desde
ANT./CABLE
VHF/UHF
Realizando configuracion inicial
1
Terminal
IN FROM ANT.
DECK
3
Selecciones se realizaron automaticamente
cuando la configuracion termino, esta
pantalla aparece.
9 /29 / 2002 DOM 2 : 20PM
HORA VERAN I EGA : ACT
CANAL FIJADO : CA 10
F I JAC I ON AUTOMAT I CA
COMPLETO
• Si la pantalla abajo no aparece cheque la
conexion DECK-TV y si la TV fue cambiada a
el canal 3,trate cambiando a el canal 4.
• Para cambios a el canal de salida de la DECK
favor hacer referencia a “VCR’s Output
Channel” (p. 19).
Si “Auto clock set is incomplete” aparece,
coloque manualmente el tiempo, vealo abajo.
F I JAC I ON AUTOMATICA
DEL RELOJ ES I NCOMPLETO
POR FAVOR FIJE EL RELOJ
CON LA TECLA ACTION
Conectando cordon de AC a la toma de pared.
Realizando configuracion inicial
AUTOPROGRAMACION
EN PROCESO
CANCELAR : STOP
FIJACION AUTOMATICA
Al inicio, el idioma de Si la colocacion de tiempo fue incompleta.
Presione la tecla ACTION en el control remoto
la pantalla está fijado
para visualizar la pantalla del menú RELOJ.
a inglés.
Para cambiar el
FIJAR RELOJ
idioma consulte la
1 /-- /-----:-página 18.
VERANO : ACT
1
-ELEGIR
-------MES
---------------
DEL RELOJ EN PROCESO
CANCELAR : STOP
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET
SALIR : ACT I ON
2
Si usa convertidor de cable solo enciendala y
seleccione el canal PBS en su horario de uso u
horario de zona. Si utiliza receptor DSS este debe
estar apagado.
PRECAUCION
Si se sobre ajusta “NUT TYPE” el cable coaxial
RF podria dañar las terminales de conexion.
Ajusta ligeramente utiliza solo los dedos.
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Presione
para seleccionar el mes y SET
para ajustar. De la misma forma, seleccione y
ajuste la fecha, año, hora y DST (Hora de
Verano).
FIJAR RELOJ
9 / 29 / 2002 DOM 12:00PM
VERANO : ACT
----------------------FIJACION ES COMPLETO
3
Presione dos veces la tecla ACTION para
poner el RELOJ en marcha y salir.
For assistance,
Por
ayuda llame
please
al 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
o envie
or send
e-mail
e-mail
a : to
[email protected]
: [email protected]
Programación fácil para la
grabación con temporizador
Operaciones básicas para la reproducción
1
Inserte un cassette,
• La alimentación del DECK se activa.
En la Pantalla de Visualización Multi
Función se ilumina “VCR”.
PROG
1 Presione
para visualizar PROGRAM.
2
Presione PLAY para reproducir el cassette.
2
• Si el cassette no tiene lengüeta de
prevención de grabación (página 6), se
inicia la reproducción automáticamente.
3 Presione STOP para detener el cassette.
CA
7 SAB --:-- --:-- --
SLP
HOY
ELEGIR FECHA DE I N I C I O
ELEGIR :
FIJAR
:SET
TERMINAR : PROG
Detalles especiales durante la grabación
Presione FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOW- para
búsqueda de escenas hacia delante/ hacia
atrás. Presione PLAY para liberar. Luego de
que la búsqueda se ha iniciado, cada vez
que presione FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOWse cambia la velocidad como sigue:
[SLP] aprox. 21X ↔ aprox. 9X
[LP]
aprox. 9X ↔ aprox. 7X
[SP]
aprox. 7X ↔ aprox. 3X
Si la imágen se interrumpe con la velocidad de
21x, 9x o 7x, cambie la velocidad a 9x, 7x o 3x.
Presione PAUSE/STILL para imagen Fija
(Congelada).
Presione PLAY para liberar.
Presione PAUSE/STILL en el modo de
imagen fija para imágenes cuadro a cuadro.
Presione PLAY para liberar.
Presione FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOW- en el
modo de imagen fija para imágenes cuadro
a cuadro. Presione PLAY para liberar.
FECHA I N I C I O PARADA
Orden para elegir
Ejemplo
Fecha de hoy
1) Para ajustar la FECHA de
grabación, presione
para seleccionar:
1-31 = una vez, o
DIARIO = a la misma hora
de lunes a viernes, o
SEMANA = a la misma
hora cada semana y
presione SET para ajustar.
8
9
/
7
31
1
2
6
Orden para elegir
SEMANAL
(SAB)
SEMANAL
(LUN)
DIARIO
SEMANAL
(DOM)
2) Para ajustar los ítems que quedan,
presione
para seleccionar y presione
SET para ajustar los tiempos de INICIO/
PARADA, CANAL, o entrada de LÍNEA (pág.
35), y velocidad del cassette (SP, LP, SLP).
Presione PROG para finalizar PROGRAM.
3
FE I N I C
PARADA CA VEL
7
2 : 00 P
3 : 20 P 02 SLP
-- -- : --- : --- --- -- : --- : --- --- : --- --- -- : -CANCELAR: ADD / DLT
ELEGIR 1- 8 :
ENTRAR : SET
SAL I R : PROG
Presione REW/SLOW- o FF/SLOW+ en el
modo de parada para rebobinado/avance
rápido del cassette.
Presione EJECT en el control remoto,
o STOP/EJECT en el DECK para expulsar
el cassette.
Presione
para seleccionar un número
que no está usando para
ingresar mas programas y
presione SET
para ajustar.
Luego repita el paso 2.
O
Presione nuevamente
PROG para salir.
Operaciones básicas para la grabación
el cassette con lengüeta de
1 Inserte
protección de grabación (pág. 6).
SPEED para seleccionar la
3 Presione
velocidad de grabación (pág.6)
• SP = Reproducción estándar,
• LP = Larga duración,
• SLP = Superlarga duración.
4 Presione REC para comenzar a grabar.
• Para eliminar escenas indeseadas, presione
PAUSE/STILL para pausar, y al presionar
nuevamente se reanuda la grabación.
• No podrá ver otro canal durante la
grabación.
5 Presione STOP para detener la grabación.
Grabación de un toque (grabar en
marcha),
Presione REC repetidamente para ajustar la
hora de grabación (30 min - 4 horas).
• La videograbadora termina la grabación
a una hora programada.
Grabación normal
4:00
3:00
0:30
2:00
1:00
Guía para rápida
consulta
CH / , o las teclas de números
2 Presione
para seleccionar el canal.
1:30
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Operaciones básicas del DVD
1
2
3
Presione POWER en el control remoto o el aparato.
Presione DVD para seleccionar el modo DVD.
POWER
1) Presione OPEN/CLOSE .
2) Ponga un disco en la bandeja de disco.
• Sujete el disco sin tocar ninguna de sus superficies,
póngalo con el lado donde esté impreso el título
PLAY
hacia arriba, alinéelo con las guías y póngalo en su
posición apropiada.
REW/
Disco de 3”(8 cm)
Disco de 5” (12 cm)
SLOW-
4
OPEN/
CLOSE
Presione PLAY para iniciar la reproducción.
La bandeja del disco se cierra automáticamente.
• Si está usando un DVD interactivo (Interactive DVD)
o un Vídeo CD con contol de reproducción
(playback control) y aparece un menú de títulos
(TITLE MENU) en la pantalla, siga al paso 5.
5
Presione
o las teclas numéricas para
seleccionar el artículo deseado.
Presione SET para la reproducción.
Si usa las teclas numéricas, la reproducción
comienza automáticamente.
6
7
Presione STOP para parar la reproducción.
DVD
FF/
SLOW+
STOP
NUMBER
keys
SKIP
SELECT
PAUSE/
STILL
SKIP
SET
Presione OPEN/CLOSE para expulsar el disco.
■ Para buscar una escena particular
Búsqueda hacia adelante
Presione FF/SLOW+ en el modo de reproducción.
Búsqueda hacia atrás
Presione REW/SLOW- en el modo de reproducción.
(Para liberar, presione PLAY)
■ Para saltar un capítulo o una pista
Salto hacia adelante
Presione SKIP
l en el modo de reproducción.
Un capítulo (DVD) o una pista (Vídeo CD/CD) se salta cada ves que se oprime la tecla.
Salto hacia atrás
Presione l
SKIP en el modo de reproducción.
■ Para ver una imagen fija
Presione PAUSE/STILL durante la reproducción.
(Para liberar, presione PLAY)
■ Para ver imágenes cuadro a cuadro
(DVD/Vídeo CD)
Presione PAUSE/STILL en el modo de imagen fija.
La imagen avanza un cuadro cada vez que presiona la tecla.
(Para volver a la reproducción normal, presione PLAY.)
■ Para ver en cámara lenta (DVD/Vídeo CD)
Presione FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOW- en el modo de imagen fija.
(Para liberar, presione PLAY)
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For assistance,
Por
ayuda llame
please
al 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
o envie
or send
e-mail
e-mail
a : to
[email protected]
: [email protected]
Funcionnamiento del DVD utilizando
visualizaciones en pantalla
Cuando se presiona DISPLAY, la visualización en pantalla
muestra la información del disco (título / capítulo / número de
lista, tiempo transcurrido de reproducción, audio / idioma del
subtítulo, y ángulo) e información (repetir la reproducción,
modo reproducción, Karaoke vocal encendido / apagado, etc.).
DISPLAY en el modo reproducción o parada
1 Presione
para visualizar Visualizaciones en pantalla.
• Cada vez que se presione DISPLAY, la visualización
en pantalla cambia como se muestra a continuación.
Información seleccionada del disco
Información seleccionada de del DECK
Pantalla normal
CLEAR
(o
) para seleccionar el ítem deseado.
2 Presione
Presione SET para ajustar.
para seleccionar el ajuste deseado.
3 Presione
Presione SET para ajustar.
Para volver a la pantalla normal,
Presione repetidamente CLEAR o DISPLAY.
PI STA
PBC
: 12
: INACTIVO
PI STA
PBC
FIJAR
VIDEO CD
0 : 12 : 34
: 17
: INACTIVO
VIDEO CD
0 : 12 : 34
: SET SIGUIENTE: DISPLAY
FIJAR
: SET SIGUIENTE: DISPLAY
T I TULO : 12
CAPI
PITULO
TULO: 11
CA
SELECT
SET
DISPLAY
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
T I TULO : 12
CA
CAPI
PITULO
TULO : 24
24
DVD
0 : 12 : 34
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET SIGUIENTE: DISPLAY
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET SIGUIENTE: DISPLAY
Guía para rápida
consulta
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Fijaciones iniciales
1
2
3
Selección de IDIOMAS DEL
DISCO [DVD solamente]
Presione DVD para seleccionar el mode DVD.
Seleccione “AUDIO”
Presione ACTION en el modo de parada para
visualizar MENU.
Presione
para seleccionar el artículo deseado.
Presione SET.
IDIOMAS DEL DISCO
Todos los idiomas ofrecidos en el disco pueden ser
ajustados, Si el idioma ajustado no es ofrecido en el
disco, se seleccionará el idioma original del disco.
SALIDA DE AUDIO
Puede usted ajustar la salida audio procedente del
terminal de salida audio digital.
DETENER RASTREO
Para seleccionar “CAMPO” o “CUADRO fijo” para
prevenir inestabilidad o para permitir ver textos
pequeños o patrones finos claramente en el modo
de imagen fija.
PREFERENCIA
Para seleccionar si el material del vídeo para
pantalla ancha será vuelto a reproducir en el estilo
Pan&Scan, en el estilo Letterbox o en el estilo 16 :
9 en la pantalla.
4
5
Presione
para seleccionar el artículo deseado.
Presione SET.
Volver a visualizar el menú de DVD para
continuar el ajuste.
(Fijación de fábrica : inglés)
Inglés / Español / Francés / Japonesa :
Originl :
Se seleccionará el idioma
original de cada disco.
OTRO **** : Se puede seleccionar el otro
idioma.
Seleccione “SUBTITULO”
(Fijación de fábrica)
AUTO : Se seleccionará el mismo que fue
seleccionado en la preparación
de “AUDIO”.
• Si el idioma seleccionado en la
preparación de “AUDIO” se utiliza
durante la reproducción, los subtítulos
no aparecerán.
• Si se utiliza otro idioma durante la
reproducción, los subtítulos aparecerán
en el idioma seleccionado en la
preparación de “AUDIO”
Inglés / Español / Francés / Japonesa :
OTRO **** : Se puede seleccionar el otro
idioma.
Seleccione “MENU”
(Fijación de fábrica : inglés)
Inglés / Español / Francés / Japonesa :
OTRO **** : Se puede seleccionar el otro
idioma.
Presione ACTION y pase al paso 3 para ajustar
otro ajuste o, para salir, presione ACTION tres
veces.
Cambio del idioma de subtítulos
[DVD solamente]
EI idioma de los subtítulos seleccionado al hacer las
fijaciones iniciales se puede cambiar por otro idioma
diferente, si éste se encuentra disponible.
1
Presione SUBTITLE
2
Presione
para
seleccionar el idioma
deseado.
Presione (o ) para
ajustar.
Presione
para
seleccionar “ACTIVO” o
“INACTIVO.”
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durante la reproducción.
Cuando no haya
subtítulos grabados, “-”
se visualizará en lugar
del número de idioma.
Cambio del idioma de la pista de
sonido [DVD solamente]
EI idioma de la pista de sonido seleccionado al hacer
las fijaciones iniciales se puede cambiar por otro
idioma diferente, si éste se encuentra disponible.
1
Presione AUDIO durante
la reproducción para
visualizar la pantalla
AUDIO.
2
Presione
para
seleccionar idioma.
For assistance,
Por
ayuda llame
please
al 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
call : 1-800-211-PANA(7262)
o envie
or send
e-mail
e-mail
a : to
[email protected]
: [email protected]
Selección de vocal para los discos de
Karaoke [DVD/Video CD]
Visión desde otro ángulo
[DVD solamente]
1
2
Algunos discos DVD tienen escenas que han
sido filmadas simultáneamente desde un
número de ángulos diferentes. Con estos
discos, la misma escena podrá verse desde
cada uno de estos ángulos diferentes
utilizando el botón ANGLE.
1
Presione ANGLE
durante la
reproducción para
visualizar la
pantalla de ángulo.
ANGULO
ANGULO: 1
ELEGIR :
2
FIJAR : SET
Presione
para
seleccionar el
ángulo deseado.
ANGULO
ANGULO : 2
ELEGIR :
FIJAR : SET
Utilización de un menú de títulos
[DVD solamente]
Algunos discos con películas, por ejemplo,
vienen con dos o más títulos. Si el disco tiene
un menú de títulos grabados, el botón TITLE
podrá utilizarse para seleccionar el título de la
película.
1
2
Presione TITLE durante la reproducción.
Ahora se visualiza una lista de los títulos
del disco.
T I TLE MENU
Dogs
Cas t l es
Love r s
B i r ds
Dogs
of the world
Presione AUDIO durante la reproducción
para visualizar la pantalla AUDIO.
Presione
(o
)
para seleccionar el ajuste
deseado.
Presione (o ) para
ajustar. (DVD solamente)
• DVD Karaoke (1 vocal) VOCAL ON VOCAL OFF
• DVD Karaoke (2 vocals) VOCAL V1 + V2 VOCAL V1 VOCAL V2 VOCAL OFF
• Video CD
L
R
Utilización de un menú de DVD
[DVD solamente]
Algunos discos DVD tienen estructuras únicas de
menús llamadas menús DVD. Por ejemplo, los DVDs
programados con un contenido complejo
proporcionan menús guía, y los grabados con varios
idiomas proporcionan menús para audio e idiomas de
subtítulos. Aunque los contenidos de los menús DVD
y la operación cambian de disco a disco, a
continuación se explica la operación básica cuando
se utiliza esta característica.
1
Presione MENU durante la reproducción.
El menú de DVD introducido en el disco se
visualiza ahora.
2
Presione
o
las teclas de
números para
seleccionar el título
deseado.
Presione SET.
LR
DVD MENU
1 . SUBT I TLE
2 . AUD I O
3 . ANGLE
Presione
o las
teclas de números
para seleccionar el ítem
deseado.
Presione SET.
Ampliación de la imagen [DVD solamente]
Presione ZOOM repetidamente para cambiar el
tamaño de la imagen como se indica a continuación:
■ Use los botones , ,
y
para desplazar la posición hacia arriba, hacia abajo, hacia la
izquierda o hacia la derecha.
2da
Guía para rápida
consulta
Durante la reproducción de un DVD, puede ampliar partes específicas de una imagen y seleccionar
la relación de zoom usando el botón ZOOM.
3da
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