Panasonic PV-DM2794 Owner's manual

Panasonic PV-DM2794 Owner's manual

Omnivision

TV / DVD / VCR Combination

Operating Instructions

Model

No.

PV-DM2794

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L Initia! Setup and Connection Procedures are on page 18.

MULTi FORMAT PLAYBACK i

*Ability to play back may depend on recording conditions

VIDEO

As an ENERGY STARrY'Partner, Matsushita Electric Corporation of America has determined that this product or product model meets the ENERGY

STAR ® guidelines for energy efficiency.

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Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to connect, operate, or adjust this product.

Please save this manual.

Spanish Quick Use Guide is included.

(Guia para r&pida consulta en espafiol esta incluida.)

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On your purchase of one of the most sophisticated and reliable products on the market today.

Used properly, it will bring you and your family years of enjoyment.

Please fill in the information below.

The serial number is on the tag located on the back of your unit.

Date of Purchase

Dealer Purchased

Dealer Address

Dealer Phone No.

Model No.

Serial No.

From

Be sure to read the following cautions carefully.

Never pick unit up by VCR cassette opening.

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Please check and identify the supplied accessories.

Use numbers indicated in parentheses when asking for replacement parts.

To order accessories,

1-800=332=5368.

call toll free

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Before

Using ..................................................................................

Safety

PrecautionslMesures iMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS de s_curit_

AND

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PRECAUTIONS ....................

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4

6 information information

Location

Connections

(Unit, Cassette} ........................................................

(Disc) .........................................................................

of Controls ...................................................................

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14 information initial Setup

=Ready to Play-. .....................................................

Tuning

TV .....................................................................................

TV Operation ...............................................................................

MTS Broadcast

/ TV Stereo System ..........................................

TV Timer

Features

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Closed Caption System ..............................................................

Video

! Audio Menu ....................................................................

Basic

VCR Operation

Basic

VCR Operation

Tape Operation

Timer

Recording

-Playback=.

-Record-.

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Special

VCR Features .................................................................

Copy

Your Tapes (Dubbing) .......................................................

V-Chip Control

Display Feature

Features ............................................................

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Basic

Disc Operation

Disc Operation -In

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PLAY

mode-.

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DVD-RAM Operation

Disc Operation -Using

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information

Screen-.

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Special

Settings

Disc Operation ..............................................................

for DVD Operation .......................................................

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Warning

and

instruction

Displays

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Before

Requesting

Spanish

Quick

Use

Service

Guide

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Guia r_pida de uso en espaSot - Conexi6n -. .........................................

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Guia r_pida de use en espar3ot - Funcionamiento del te]eviso[ -. ..............

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Guia rapida de use en espa_ol - Funcionamiento del videograbador - ......73

Guia r_pida de uso en espa_ol - Funcionamiento de] disco-. ...................

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Limited

Customer

Warranty

Services

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Directory ....................................................

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79

Glossary .......................................................................................

Specifications .............................................................................

index ............................................................................................

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TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS

EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,

MATCH

WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO

WIDE SLOT IN WALL SOCKET.

FULLY INSERT.

AVERTISSEM ENT "

A FIN DE PREVENIR TOUT RISQUE D'INCENDIE OU DE CHOCS

ELECTRIQUES, NE PAS EXPOSER CET APPAREIL A LA PLUIE OU A

UNE HUMIDITE EXCESSIVE.

Attention

"

POUR

€:VITER

LES CHOCS

€:LECTRIQUES,

INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA

PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE

LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU'AU FOND.

FCC WARNING

"

ANY UNAUTHORIZED CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THIS

EQUIPMENT WOULD VOID THE USER'S AUTHORITY TO OPERATE.

FCC NOTICE:

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 television in a residential reception, which environment.

If this equipment can be determined by turning does cause interference the equipment to radio or 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 radio/TV technician for help. You may find the booklet, regional offices helpful.

"Something About Interference" available from FCC local

This product utilizes both a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) and other components lead.

Disposal of these materials may be regulated in your community that contain due to environmental considerations.

or the Electronics

For disposal or recycling information please contact your local authorities,

Industries Alliance: <http://www.eiae.orq.>

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This video recorder, equipped with the HQ (High Quality) System, is compatible existing VHS equipment.

Only use those tapes with the _ mark.

with

It is recommended that only cassette tapes that have been tested and inspected for use in 2, 4, 6, and 8 hour VCR machines be used.

This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning in accordance with §15.119

of the FCC rules.

CAUTION :

UNIT IS A CLASS I LASER PRODUCT.

HOWEVER

HAZARDOUS

THIS

UNIT CORRECTLY

UNIT

RADIATION

AS

USES A VISIBLE

EXPOSURE

INSTRUCTED.

LASER BEAM

IF DIRECTED.

WHICH

BE SURE

COULD CAUSE

TO OPERATE THE

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

OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN

OR PERFORMANCE

MAY RESULT

OF PROCEDURES

IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION

EXPOSURE.

DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT ATTEMPT

REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.

TO REPAIR THE UNIT YOURSELF.

CAUTION:

LASER RADIATION WHEN

OPEN.

DO

NOT STARE INTO BEAM.

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ATTENTION:

RAYONNEMENT

D'OUVERTURE.

LASER EN CAS

NE PAS REGARDER

FAISCEAU.

DANS LE

(Inside of product)

A ZL

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 maintenance the operation of this unit has been and included.

Therefore, it should be read carefully in order to avoid any problems.

Apparatus censedfor

Claims of U.S. Patent Nos.

4,631,603, 4,577,216, 4,819,098, mtedvewngusesony.

and 4,907,093,

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This product incorporates copyright protection technology claims of certain U.S. Patents and other intellectual property that is protected rights owned by method by Macrovision

Corporation authorized and other rights by Macrovision uses only unless otherwise or disassembly is prohibited.

owners.

Corporation, authorized

Use of this copyright and is intended by Macrovision protection for home

Corporation.

technology and other

Reverse limited must be viewing engineering

This television receiver provides display of television closed captioning.

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TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, FIRE, INJURY

TO

PERSONS OR DAMAGE TO THIS PRODUCT,

READ AND RETAIN ALL

SAFETY

AND OPERATING

INSTRUCTIONS.

HEED ALL WARNINGS

IN

THE MANUAL

AND ON THE PRODUCT.

1 POWER SOURCE CAUTION

Operate only from power source indicated on unit or in this manual. If uncertain, have your

Electric Utility Service Company or Video

Products Dealer verify your home power source.

2 POWER CORD PLUG

For safety, this unit has a polarized type plug

(one wide blade), or a three-wire grounding type plug. Always hold the plug firmly and make sure your hands are dry when plugging in or unplugging the AC power cord. Regularly remove dust, dirt, etc. on the plug.

POLARIZED PLUG CAUTION:

The plug fits into outlet only one way. If it cannot be fully inserted, try reversing it. If it still wilt not fit, have an electrician install the proper walt outlet. Do not tamper with the plug.

GROUNDING PLUG CAUTION:

The plug requires a three-hole grounding outlet, tf necessary, have an electrician install the proper outlet. Do not tamper with the plug.

3 POWER CORD

To avoid unit malfunction, and to protect against electrical shock, fire or personat injury:

- Keep power cord away from heating appliances and walking traffic.

Do not rest heavy objects on, or roll such objects over the power cord.

- Do not tamper with the cord in any way.

- An extension cord should have the same type plug (polarized or grounding) and must be securely connected.

- Overloaded wall outlets or extension cords are fire hazards.

- Frayed cords, damaged plugs, and damaged or cracked wire insulation are hazardous and should be replaced by a qualified electrician.

DO NOT BLOCK

HOLES

VENTILATION

Ventilation openings in the cabinet release heat generated during operation, if blocked, heat build-up may result in a fire hazard or heat damage to cassettes or discs.

For your protection: a. Never cover ventilation slots while unit is

ON, or operate unit while placed on a bed, sofa, rug, or other soft surface.

b. Avoid built-in installation, such as a book case or rack, unless properly ventilated.

AVOID EXTREMELY

OR SUDDEN

HOT

TEMPERATURE

LOCATIONS

CHANGES

Do not place unit over or near a heater or radiator, in direct sunlight, inside closed vehicles, in high temperature locations [over

95 °F (35 °C)], or in over 75 % humidity. If unit is suddenly moved from a cold place to a warm one, moisture may condense in unit and on the tape causing damage. Never subject unit to vibration, impact, or place it so that the surface is tilted as internal parts may be seriously damaged.

TO AVOID PERSONAL

INJURY

° Never place unit on support or stand 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.

* Move any appliance and cart combination with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause objects to overturn.

* Carefully follow all operating instructions.

Before unit is brought out of storage or moved to a new location, refer again to the

INSTALLATION section of these safeguards.

1 KEEP UNIT WELL AWAY FROM

WATER OR MOISTURE,

such as vases, sinks, tubs, etc.

2

IF EXPOSED TO RAIN,

MOISTURE,

OR STRONG

IMPACT, unplug unit and have it inspected by a qualified service technician before use.

3

ELECTRICAL

STORMS

During a lightning storm, or before leaving unit unused for extended periods of time, disconnect all equipment from the power source as welt as the antenna and cable system.

4 WHEN UNIT IS PLUGGED IN

DO NOT OPERATE IF:

- liquid has spilled into unit.

- unit was dropped or otherwise damaged.

- unit emits smoke, odours, or noises.

Immediately unplug unit, and have it inspected by a service technician to avoid potential fire and shock hazards.

• Never drop or push any object through openings in unit. Touching internal parts may cause electric shock or fire hazard.

Do not put any foreign object on the tray.

• Keep magnetic objects, such as speakers, away from unit to avoid electrical interference.

5

USING ACCESSORIES

Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer to avoid risk of fire, shock, or other hazards.

6 CLEANING UNIT

Unplug unit. 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 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.

SAFE ANTENNA AND CABLE

CONNECTION

An outside antenna or cable system must be properly grounded to provide some protection against built up static charges and voltage.

Section 810 of the National Electrical Code,

ANSI/NFPA 70 (in Canada, part t of the

Canadian Electrical Code) provides information regarding 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.

KEEP ANTENNA

VOLTAGE POWER

CIRCUITS

CLEAR OF HIGH

LINES OR

Locate an outside antenna system welt away from power lines and electric light or power circuits so it will never touch these power sources should it ever fall. When installing antenna, _........

absolutely never circuits or other power sources as i this could be fatal.

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DO NOT SERVICE

YOURSELF

PRODUCT

If, after carefully following detailed operating instructions, the unit does not operate properly, do not attempt to open or remove covers, or make any adjustments not described in the manual. Unplug unit and contact a qualified service technician.

REPLACEMENT OF PARTS

Make sure the service technician uses only parts specified by the manufacturer, or have equal safety characteristics as original parts.

The use of unauthorized substitutes may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.

SAFETY CHECK AFTER SERVICING

After unit is serviced or repaired, request that a thorough safety check be done as described in the manufacturer's service literature to ensure video unit is in safe operating condition.

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/

._

--

-cover.

1 Open the

2 Insert batteries as

3 Close the

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Insert so the poles (+ and - ) match those in the remote control.

• Do not use rechargeabte type batteries.

Do not:

• Mix old and new batteries.

• Use different types at the same time.

• Heat or expose to flame.

• Take apart or short circuit.

• Attempt to recharge alkaline or manganese batteries.

• Use batteries if the covering has been peeled off.

Mishandling of batteries can cause electrolyte leakage which can damage items the fluid contacts and may cause a fire.

Remove if the remote control is not going to be used for a long period of time.

Store in a cool, dark place.

Playing older or damaged tapes may eventually clogged.

cause video heads to become

[] Head

Clog

Sensor

During playback this screen appears if clogging is detected.

To clear message from screen, press

PLAY on the remote or unit.

Use "dry" type head cleaning cassette only.

(Part No. NV-TCL30PT is recommended.)

Follow cleaning tape directions carefully.

Excessive use of head cleaning tape can shorten the video head life.

Unit auto adjusts clock for DST (Daylight

Saving Time.)

[] 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 (see "Manual Clock

Setting" on page 20).

• Keep these time changes in mind when programming the unit for timer recording.

[] Break off the tab to protect.

Record Tab

Screw driveI

[] To record

again.

Only use tapes with the _ unit.

Tape

Speed

Setting

SP (Standard

Play)

SLP (Super

Long Play)

Type

Td0

I Hour

3 Hours of Video mark

T120

2 Hours

6 Hours in this

Cassette

T160

2 Hours

40 Minutes

8 Hours

(;over the hole with-cellophane tape.

[] DVDs that can be played

You can play discs with these symbols.

Disc type Disc Logo

Indication in these operating

instructions

DVD-Video

DVD.R *_

DVD-RAM

.2

r_AM

RAM4.;_

CD

CD-R

CD-RW

Q

VNDEO

(DVD-Video)

(CD-DA)

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[]

Playing

DVDs

The producer of these discs can control how they are played so you may not always be able to control play as described operating instructions.

in these

Read the disc's instructions carefully.

[] DVD-R discs

Panasonic DVD-R recorded and finalized* on a Panasenic DVD video recorder are played as DVD-Video on this unit.

•DVD-RAM discs

DVD-RAM conditions them.

discs must meet the following for this unit to be able to play

Type

Non-cartridge discs

Discs that can be removed from their cartridges (TYPE 2 and 4)

Capacity

12 cm (5") 9.4 GB (double-sided) and 4.7 GB (single-sided)

8 cm (3") 2.8 GB (double-sided)

Remove TYPE 2 and 4 discs from their cartridges before use, then return them when you are finished.

Read the instructions for the disc carefully.

Non-cartridge disc TYPE 2 o1 4 disc

........

Do not use irregularly shaped discs (e.g.

heart-shaped), unit.

as these can damage the

*_ DVD-Video formatted discs [finalized].

,2 Discs recorded using Version 1.1 of the Video

Recording Format.

[] Discs that cannot be played

DVD with Region No. other than "1" or "ALL",

DVD from PAL system, DVD-ROM, DVD+R,

DVD-AUDIO,

CD-ROM,

DVD-RW, DVD+RW,

CDV, CVD, CD-G, CD-TEXT,

SACD, Photo-CD, Video CD.

* It may not be possible to play CD-R, CD-RW,

DVD-R and DVD-RAM in all cases due to the type of disc or condition of the recording.

Some parts of the disc, for example where one program ends and another begins, may not play smoothly.

[] CD-R

and

CD-RW discs

This unit can play CD-R and CD-RW if they are formatted as CD-DA (digital audio) and finalized*.

*A process that allows play on compatible equipment.

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10

Handling

precautions

• Sticking a label on the disc may impair DVD-R playback.

• Do not attach sticker to disc. (Do not use discs with exposed adhesive from tape or left over peeled-off stickers.)

• 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.

• Do not try to close disc tray when disc is not properly placed.

Disc tray

Disc

This unit 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 unit, this unit cannot play this disc.

For U.S.A.

and Canada

• The region number of this player is "1".

• The player will play DVD-Video marked with labels bearing "1" or "ALL".

Example:

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.)

• DVD-RAM, DVD-R :

Clean only with the DVD-RAM disc cleaner available. Never use cloths or cleaners for CDs, etc.

If disc is brought environment,

disc

from a cold to a warm moisture may form on the

Wipe away moisture with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth before using disc.

(See above.)

Improper disc storage

Discs can be damaged if stored or left in these environment:

• Exposed to direct sunlight.

Areas that are humid or dusty.

Near heat (i.e. heater, radiator, etc.).

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4--

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DISPLAY

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ACTION MENL

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19

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-- 22

-- 23

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PAUSE --_SKIP"_+

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-- 28

-- 29

-- 30

--31

-- 32

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_nasonic

] OPEN / CLOSE

/

EJECT

2

3

4

POWER

DISPLAY

RAPID

5 MUTE

6 INPUT

7 ACTION

TUNE

8 SELECT A'_

When this button is pressed in

TV / VCR mode, the tape is ejected.

This button is inoperative if pressed dunng recording.

If pressed in DVD mode, the disc tray opens or closes

Turns the unit on or off.

Displays the TV status and clock, in DVD mode, displays disc and unit information.

Displays the last channel you were watching

Mutes the sound instantly

Changes input source.

Displays Main Menu

Controls navigation around on-screen menu.

9 CHANNEL

UP/DOWN

Selects a channel.

10 REW/SLOW-

11

12 STILL/PAUSE

13

14 AUDIO

15 ANGLE

16

STOP

SKIP- I<< /

SEARCH

REC

17 PROGRAM

Rewinds tape and searches

)revious scene.

Decreases slow motion speed in Still mode.

Stops recording or playback

Pauses picture in Playback mode and frame advance

}icture in Still mode.

Skips back one chapter or track

Goes to previous menu screen

Goes directly to the desired recording.

Selects the desired audio mode

Selects the desired angle in

DVD mode

Records a program

Displays SET PROGRAM screen You can set Timer

Program and On-Timer.

Setto DVD mode

Sets to TV/VCR mode.

18 DVD

19 TV/VCR

20

2]

TRACKING UP /

DOWN

NUMBER Keys

22 ADD/DELETE/

CLEAR

Reduces picture noise during

Playback and Slow Motion

Selects a channel directly

Adds or deletes a channel.

Cancels an item on the screen

23 MENU / PLAY

LIST

24 SET

VOLUME

25 UP/DOWN

Displays

Play List

DVD menu. Displays

(DVD-RAM)

Sets selected

Adjusts volume.

menu.

26 PLAY

27 FF/SLOW+

2g TITLE / D.NAVl

Begins playback.

Fast forwards tape and searches next scene. Increases slow motion speed in Still mode

Selects the desired title by number on some DVDs

Displays Direct Navigator.

(DVD-RAM)

Skips one chapter or track

Goes to next menu screen In

30

33

SKIP+ _'1 /

29 CM SKIP / ZERO

SEARCH

SURROUND/VSS

SPEED / RETURN

Stop mode, goes to the counter

"O:OO:O0" In Playback mode, skips over 1 to 3 minutes of tape.

Creates a deeper, 3-D sound effect.

31 SUB TITLE

Selects a different subtitle language.

32 ZOOM/

Enlarges specific portions of

DVD picture Resets to '0:00:00'

COUNTER RESET at desired portion of tape

Returns to DVD menu screen.

Selects recording speed of tape

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View

2 3 4

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9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25

12

1

2

Built In Speakers

Audio input

Connector

3

4

5

Disc Tray

Cassette

Compartment

Phones Jack

Equipped with 2 front speakers.

Connect from other component.

Place compatible discs here

6

7

8

Video Input

Connector

POWER

Z

10

STILL tu

<1_STOP

O PLAY

11

12

SKIP NI_I

=o SKiP

13

OPEN/cLOsE

14

VOLUME

DOWN

15

CHANNEL

DOWN or

TRACKING

DOWN ld

INPUT

UP/

UP/

UP/

Insert VHS tapes here,

Connect an ear phone or headphones

Connect from other component,

Turns the unit on or off.

Pauses picture in Playback mode and frame advance picture in Still mode.

Stops playback.

Begins playback.

Skips back °ne chapter °r track'

Goes to previous menu screen.

Skips one chapter or track. Goes

Lo next screen.

Opens or Closes the disc tray.

Adjusts volume

Selects

Changes a channel.

Reduces picture noise during

Playback and Slow Motion input source.

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19

20

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STOP/

EJECT

PLAY/

REPEAT

__. REWIND/

FAST

FORWARD/

SEARCH

REC __-

22 Remote Sensor

STOP:

Stops playback.

EJECT:

Ejects the tape.

PLAY:

Begins playback.

REPEAT:

Sets to see a recording over and

3ver.

Rewinds tape and searches

0revious scene.

Decreases slow

*notion speed in Still mode.

Fast forwards tape and searches

_ext scene. Increases slow

*notion speed in Still mode.

Records a program.

Receives infrared signal from

"emote control.

_ights up during recording In

Rec Pause or OTR Pause mode.

[he Indicator flashes

23

REC Indicator

(RED)

ON TIMER

24 Indicator

(ORANGE)

PROG TIMER

25 Indicator

(GREEN)

26 ANGLE Indicator

(RED)

_ights when the On Timer is set.

_ights up when the unit is set for

Timer Recording It flashes

_/hen a Timer Recording has

0een set with no tape inserted, lhe clock is not set, or the tape is n motion.

Lights up when the On

Timer is set.

_ights up when a scene

"ecorded at a different angles is detected.

(DVD only)

IIRear View

1 AC Power Plug

When plugged into an

AC outlet, this unit consumes 1.5 W of electric power in OFF condition

2 Optical digital audio output Outputs audio signal

connector

(Digital)

3

Audio Output Connector

(L/R)

Outputs

(Analog) audio signal

4

VHF/UHF Antenna

Input Terminal input terminal for an antenna or cable box signal.

2 3

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Notes on connections

• Turn off the power supply for all components before making any connections.

• If the cables necessary for connecting a component to the system are not included with the component or available as an option, you may need to fashion a cable to suit the component concerned.

• Read the instruction manual for each system component carefully before connecting it.

Overtightening "Nut type" RF coaxial cables may damage jacks.

Finger tighten only.

B Antenna Connection

Connect the cable from Antenna to the VHF/UHF terminal on the unit.

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B Cable Connection

Connect the cable supplied by your local cable company to VHF/UHF terminal on the unit.

Note to CABLE system

installer:

This

reminder

is provided to call the CABLE (Cable TV) System

Installer's attention to Article

820-40 of the NEC 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.

Cable Box i =_,u_

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In from (;ABLE

Connects VCRs and other peripheral equipment il AV input terminal is used n out L

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Enjoy the powerful movie theater and hall-like sound available with multiple channel audio found on DVDs by connecting an amplifier and speakers.

There are two types of connection, digital and analog.

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[] Digital connection

Connect an amplifier with Dolby Digital or

DTS decoders to enjoy surround sound.

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[] Analog connection

Connect an amplifier to enjoy high-quality stereo sound with sampling frequencies

96 kHz.

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AUDO

O,JT the cable to the connector.

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OPTICAL

Amplifier with built in

Dolby Digital or DTS decoders

Speakers {example)

Amplifier

Speakers

(example)

O ©

AUDIO _ t

_'Check

List

[] Turn down the volume, then turn this unit, as well as other equipment to be connected, off before proceeding with connection.

[] Do not block ventilation holes of any equipment and arrange it so that air can circulate freely.

Enjoying

digital audio output digital audio output connector from the

Notes on audio output from the optical digital audio output connector

Disc

Sound recording

format

Dolby Digital

Linear PCM

48/96 kHz

16/20/24 bit)

Optical digital audio output from

connector

Dolby Digital bitstream

(1-5.1 ch) or PCM (48 kHz sampling/18 bit only) _

Linear PCM (2ch)

(48 kHz sampling/16 bit only) .2

dts

Dolby Digital

Bitstream or PCM (48 kHz sampling/16 bit only) _

Dolby Digital bitstream

(1-5.1 ch) or PCM (48 kHz sampling/16 bit only) *_

Linear PCM

48 kHz

16 bit)

Linear PCM (2ch)

Linear PCM

Linear PCM

44.1 kHz sampling)

*_ The type of audio output from the connector can be selected by adjusting the Settings for DVD

Operation.

(See pages 64-65.)

,2 When "LPCM" is set to OFF in the DVD Main

Menu, only 48 kHz sampling/16 bit is output.

When set to ON, sampling of sound quality greater than 48 kHz/16 bit is reduced to

48 kHz/16 bit. (See pages 64-65.)

Manufactured under license from Digital

Theater Systems, Inc.

US Pat. No's.

5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380,

5,978,762, 6,487,535 and other U.S. and world-wide patents issued and pending.

"DTS" and "DTS 2.0 + Digital Out" are trademarks

Inc. Copyright of Digital Theater Systems,

1996, 2003 Digital Theater

Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Manufactured

Laboratories.

under

"Dolby," license

"Pro from

Logic," double-D symbol are trademarks

Laboratories.

Dolby and the of Dolby

For your reference:

• Dolby Digital is a digital sound compression technique developed by the Dolby Laboratories

Licensing Corporation.

Supporting 5.1-channel surround sound, as well as stereo (2-channel) sound, this technique enables a large quantity of sound data to be efficiently recorded on a disc.

• Linear PCM is a signal recording format used in

CDs. While CDs are recorded in 44.1 kHz/16 bit,

DVDs are recorded in 48 kHz/16 bit up to

96 kHz/24 bit.

• If you have a Dotby Pro Logic Surround decoder, you will obtain the full benefit of Pro Logic from the same DVD movies that provide full 5.1

channel Dolby Digital soundtracks, as well as from titles with the Dolby Surround mark. For information on Panasonic or Technics Dolby Pro

Logic Surround Sound Decoders please contact your local dealer.

iMPORTANT

NOTE:

Caution connector: for optical digital audio output

• When connecting an amplifier (with an optical digital input connector) which does not contain the Dolby Digital or dts decoder, be sure to select "PCM" at "Dolby Digital" and "PCM" at "dts" in the Settings for DVD Operation "Selecting

AUDIO OUTPUT" (see pages 64-65).

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.

• Be sure to refer to pages 64-65 regarding output settings of Dolby Digital, dts, and PCM.

• CDs can be played as usual.

• Some dts decoders which do not support

DVD-dts Interface may not work properly with the unit.

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ACTION--

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• Function buttons are void during Initial Setup.

• To eject a tape during Auto Set, press EJECT on remote. Then make settings manually.

(See pages 19-2I_)

• If Auto Clock Set takes more than 30 minutes, press STOP and 3erform settings manually• (See pages 19-213

Settings are made automatically.

When complete, this screen appears.

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POWER STOP

If setup _s incomplete, the following screen appears.

Check connection of

Antenna/Cable to the

RF in Terminal.

then try to manually set the clock as follows.

a. Press ACTION on the Remote to display SET CLOCK Menu screen.

Please make all Cable or antenna connections before powering on.

Plug the unit power cord into an AC wall outlet.

Press

POWER

on the remote or unit.

Auto channel and

clock

set starts.

• If you use a cable box, turn it on and set it to the

Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) channel in your time zone. If yo u use a DSS receiver, it must be turned off.

b. Press AT to select the month and press SETto set. In the same manner, select and set the date, year, time, and DST (Daylight Saving Time).

. Press -,qrepeatedly _omove me cursor. Press

AT to make a correc[ion ii ii c. Press ACTION twice to start CLOCK and exit.

ACTION--

SELECT

AT_

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NUMBER

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4 Press AT to select "ANTENNA," then press SET to set your antenna sYstem (,'TV" or "CABLE").

5 Press

AT to select "AUTO SET," then press SET.

• After Channel Auto Set is finished, Clock Auto

Set will be perfQrmed. (If clock is set manually,

Clock Auto SeI will not be performed.) i x i ii_i /I i m To add channel:

Select channel with NUMBER keys and press ADD/DLT.

t

Press ACTION to display MAIN

MENU.

2 Press

A_'4Pto select "CH."

[] To delete

channel:

Select channel with CH AT or NUMBER keys and press ADD/DLT

3 Press SET:

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1 Press ACTION to display MAiN

MENU.

2

Press AT41_ to select "CL0CK."

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3 Press SET.

("TIME ZONE ADJUST" auto clock is set.) appears only when

POWER

FF

PLAY REPEAT

I

Press ACTION to display MAIN

2 Press AT_!_

to select "CLOCK."

4 Press A,V to select "MANUAL," then press SET.

3

Press SET.

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4

Press

AT to select AUTO CLOCK

SET,"

then press

SET.

5 Press

AT and press SET to select and set the month, date, year, time, and DST (Daylight Saving Time).

To Make Corrections,

repeatedly

press 4 to move to error, then correct.

6

Press ACTION

twice to start the

clock

and exit this mode.

(Only when Auto Clock is set.) t

Press

AT4_ to select "CLOCK."

3 Press SET repeatedly.

sh '_

French

Spanish

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For English i _iiii

2 Press SET.

For Spanish

3 Press

ATto

ADJUST!' select "TIME ZONE and press SET to subtract oradd hour(s) as necessary.

For French

4 Press ACTION to exit.

4 Press ACTION twice to exit.

'!TIME ZONE ADJUST" returns to "0" if ctock is set manually.

Returns to factory setting.

Use if relocating unit. or if initial Setup needs to be redone.

• Make sure a tape _snot inserted in unit.

1 Press ACTION to display

MENU.

MAIN

1 Turn the unit Power on.

Press and hold both PLAY/REPEAT and FF on the unit for more than 5

seconds.

• The power will shut off

• Please ignore "NO CASSETTE" warning.

3 Perform "Initial

Setup" on page 18.

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II! Method 2:

Press INPUT.

The display will change as follows.

RAPID

TUNE --

MUTE --

INPUT --

ACTION --

SELECT --

AT_

CHAT --

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NUMBER

--keys

-100 key

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--VOL+i-

-- SURROUND

[] Method 3:

1 Press ACTION for MAiN MENU.

2 Press A_'4_

to select "TV", then

press SET for SET UP TV screen.

3

Press AV to select "INPUT

SELECT,"

and then press SET to select

"TUNER", or "LINE."

AV Input Terminal Input when pressed, press the TV/VCR button

If a remote control button does not work on the remote and try the button again.

[] Method 1:

Press CH AT, The display will change as follows.

4 Press

ACTION

twice to exit this mode.

LINE:

Signal terminal of source connected is displayed.

to AV Input

(Rear of the unit.)

TUNER:

Signal of source connecteo terminal is displayed.

to VHF/UHF

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• The diagram at is an example, right

° TV CH 2 and CABLE

CH 1 represent the lowest channels in memory, while TV

CH 69 and CABLE

CH 125 represent the highest channels in memory.

i

Select

desired

channel:

Press CH A_' or NUMBER keys.

Adjust

desired

volume level:

Press VOL ÷ or VOL -.

When selecting CABLE channels 100 to 125 with the NUMBER keys, first press the 100 key, and then enter the remaining two digits.

Example I:

To select channel !25, first press the 100 key, then 2, then 5:

E×ample 2:

To select channel 12, first press the 1 key, then 2.

Example

3:

To select Channel 2, first press the 0 key, then 2,

When "ON" is selected, the picture is displayed even when weak or non-existent.

a broadcast signal is

t

Press ACTION to display MAIN

MENU.

2 Press AT4_ to select "OH."

3 Press SET to display SET UP

CHANNEL screen.

Press R-TUNE

to display you were watching.

the last channel

4 Press AT to select "WEAK SIGNAL

DISPLAY."

5

Press SET to set "ON" or "OFF."

Press MUTE to instantly mute the sound.

Press again to restore the previous sound level.

You can hear a deeper, 3-D sound effect using just the unit's two front speakers.

Press

SURROUND,

•"SURROUND ON'! is displayed.

To Cancel,

press

SURROUND.

• Surround sound effect is not available for normal

(mono) broadcasts.

• The surround effect (TV, VCR mode only) is not output t ° Audio OutPUt L/R Connector.

ON:

Picture is displayed regardless condition, visible.

of signal and may not always be clearly

OFF:

Screen turns solid blue when signal is absent or weak.

• If unit is connected to equipment which has ulue back feature, selecting "ON" will have no effect on the other equipment.

6 Press ACTION twice to return to the normal screen.

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The following are possible audio broadcast types and on-screen displays.

The signal being received is indicated with a "((_" mark while the selected audio mode is indicated with an arrow.

To change the audio mode for these broadcasts, see the "Audio Mode for

TV Viewing" section

Press DISPLAY

to display the broadcast signal being received.

MTS Stereo

broadcast:

Multi-channel Television Sound Stereo broadcast.

Select STEREO audio mode.

• if stereo broadcast is eaK ann the display flickers select MONO audio mode for possible improvement.

SAP

broadcast:

Secondary Audio Program (sub language).

Select SAP audio mode for the sub language.

for true MTS reproduction,

Reduction separation is required and audio fidelity,

dbxe-TV

for good stereo

Noise dbx e is a

Equipped with

db_-TV

and is licensed by dbx ® Technology Licensing.

MTS Stereo and SAP broadcast:

Viulti-channel Television Sound Stereo (main language) and Secondary Audio Program

(sub language recewed

_broadcasts simultaneously.

or SAP audio mode are being

Select the STEREO

Press AUDIO to select the desired audio mode as described above.

(Arrow shows selection.)

: Exampte : Each press of

AUDIO will change the audio mode as

Shown below.

!'SAP" is selected with first p

AUDIO.

MONO klormal broadcast: monaural sound broadcast.

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Make sure a tape is inserted if

Playback mode is selected.

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.

• Make sure a dBc

B inserted if D_sc

(DVD/CD) m0deis

Lowest cnannel

,

ON-TIMER nlode selection order channel

PROG --

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EZZZZEZZZ

ON-TIMER

Indicator

To Make

Corrections, use AT and

<

_to move back and correct.

6 Press PROG to set ON TIMER,

- "ON TIMER SET" is displayed.

PROG TIMER

Indicator ligms up on the unit.

To Cancel ON-TIMER,

Repeat steps 1-3. Then press ADD/DLT clear the time m steps 4-5.

Now, press

PROG to end. "ON TIMER END" briefly appears on-screen to

Q

• If no button on the remote or unit is pressed within 60 minutes after unit turns itself on, it will turn itself back off.

This unit can be set to automatically power on in one of 3 modes (TV, VCR Playback, or Disc.)

1 Press PROG to display

SET

PROGRAM

screen.

2 Press AT to select "ON TIMER."

3 Press SET to display ON TIMER

This unit can be set for auto power off.

1 Press PROG to display SET

PROGRAM screen.

2 Press AT to select "SLEEP TIMER."

3 Press SET repeatedly desired time.

to select the i i iii iii

4

Press

AT to select desired

5 Press SET

to set the ON-TIMER and ON-TIMER mode.

settings.

time

To cancel, press SET repeatedly appears.

until 0

4

Press PROG

to return to the normal screen.

• Pressing DISPLAY with sleep timer set displays remaining time

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ACTION--

SELECT__

AT_

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4 Press AT to select "CAPTION'.

5 Press SET to display CAPTION

screen.

6 Press AT to select "CAPTION

MODE."

7 Press SET repeatedly to select mode.

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Closed Caption is ...

This multi-use system not only allows the hearing impaired to enjoy selected programs, but also allows one to watch programs with the volume muted.

1 Press

MENU.

ACTION to display

2 Press AT_I_

MAIN to select "TV."

Caption

Mode:

CAP Cl or C2

A narration of selected TV programs is displayed.

Check TV program listings for CC (Closed

Caption) broadcasts.

Caption

Mode:

TEXT Cl or C2

Most of the screen will be blocked out.

When the TV station broadcasts information, such as program listings, it will appear in this space.

Caption

Mode:

OFF

Closed Captlon!Tex_

displayed.

narration will not be

8 Press ACTION three times to return to the normal screen.

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3 Press

SETto

screen,

display

SET

UP TV

• The closed caption or text signal may be broadcast over C1 C2. or both. Also, text comems can vary so you may wish to try different settings

Closed Caption narration, if available, is displayed when MUTE button is pressed for silence.

t

Press ACTION to display MAIN

MENU.

2

Press AkT4_ to select "TV."

3

Press SET to display

SET UP TV screen.

8 Press AT to select "CC ON MUTE."

9 Press SET repeatedly to select desired mode.

, The caption may be broadcast over CAP C1

4 Press A,V to select "CAPTION'.

5

Press SET to disptay CAPTION screen.

CCON

MUTE:

CAP Cl or C2

A narration of selected TV programs is displayed when MUTE button is pressed for silence.

CO ON MUTE: NO narration will not be displayed when

MUTE button is pressed for silence.

lOPress ACTION to the

normal

three times to return

screen.

6 Press AT to select "CAPTION

MODE."

7

Press SET repeatedly to select "OFF."

11 Press

MUTE

to mute the sound and

display closed captioning.

TO Cancet, press MUTE again.

• When a disc supporting closed captions is used, the subtitle and the closed caption may overlap.

In this case, turn the subtitle or caption mode off.

(see page 50.)

Record:

Record normally.

Closed Caption/Text signa!, if presen t, !s recorded automatically.

Playback:

Start playback.

Perform steps to select desired caption mode.

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6 Press AT to

select '!VIDEO

MENU."

7 Press SET

repeatedly to select desired mode.

Factory setting•

NORMAL

Picture is adjusted for a movieqike feel.

MOV,E

NOHT

Color and picture intensity are adjusted to be easier on the eyes for night viewing

8

Press ACTION three times to end setup.

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_F_ °i_ _

This feature allows easy setting of picture and sound suitable for each program source.

1 Press ACTION to display

MAIN

MENU.

2

Press AT41_ to select "TV."

3 Press SETto

display

SET UP

TV screen,

1 Do steps ! -Sat

2 Press ATto

select "AUDIO

ME

NU "

3 Press SET to

select desired mode.

left.

MUSIC

Sound

suited

to music

(Factory setting)

SPEECH Sound suited to dialogue•

NORMAL

Audio AGC (Auto Gain Control)] The sound level is automatically adjusted to suit the program source.

AUTO ....cE....

MOVIE

L,

AUDIO MEnU : _ORNAL

AUDIO

<Audio AGC Example>

MENU : AUTO

Sound suited to movies

4 Press ACTION three times to end

4 Press AT to select "SET UP

VIDEO/AUDIO."

5 Press SETto

dis play.

The effects Of this feature on the signal are not output to the Audio!V!deo

output connector.

When AUDIO MENU mode is "AUTO," the

AUDIO ADJUST setting will be "STANDARD."

,AUDIO MENU settings remain in memory•

VIDEO MENU settings do not remain in memory.

Press ACTION to display MAIN MENU.

1 Press A_r4t_ to select ,TV. '_

2

PressSETto

disptay SET UP

TV screenl

Press ACTION to display MAIN MENU.

1 Press AT41_ to select "TV."

2 Press SET to

display SET UP

TV screen.

3 Press AT to select !'SET UP

VIDEO/AUDIO!, I

4 Press SET to

s PressAvto

select VIDEO

ADJUST.,

6 PreSs SET tO

dispiay.

7 Press AT to se!ect an

8 Press4_to

adjust.

3 Press AT to select "SET UP

VIDEO/AUDIO."

4 Press S ET to display.

5 Press AT to

select "AUDIO

ADJUST."

6 Press SET to

7

Press AT to select an item.

8 Press 4 b,. to adjust.

COLOR Control

TINT Control

BRIGHTNESS

Control

PICTURE Control

Adjust color intensity.

Adjust for natural flesh tones

Adjust picture brightness

Adjust picture intensity by adjusting both contrast and color level in the proper balance.

Increases or decreases the level of detail in the image.

SHARPNESS

Control

To Reset VIDEO Controls,

Press AT and SET to select and set

'!STANDARD." All controls return to their factory settings.

9 Press ACTION four times to end setup.

BASS Control

TREBLE

BALANCE

Control

Control

To adjust the intensity of low frequency sound

To adjust the intensity of high frequency sound

Controls the difference in audio level between the left and right speaker

• The levels set here do not affect other audio equipment when connected

Output LIR Cennector.

to the Audio

To Reset AUDIO Controls.

Press A.T

and SET to select and set

!'STANDARD.'!

All controls return to their factory settings.

9 Press ACTION four times to end

setup.

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SELECT __

AT_

CHAT--

STOP

REW SLOW--

STILL / PAUSE-

AUDIO --

REC

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--SET

--PLAY

--FF SLO\V+

-SPEED

I Forward/Reverse a. Press FF/SLOW+

scene

search or REW/SLOW-.

b. Press PLAY to release.

After search has begun, each additional press of FF or REW changes speed.

FF and REW searcn speed may vary clepend_ng on curren[ tape position.

• After I0 minutes in search mode, unit re[urns to Play mooe to protect the tape and the video heads.

[] Still (Freeze)

picture

a. Press STILL/PAUSE.

b. Press PLAY to release.

[] Slow Motion picture

a.

Press STILL/PAUSE.

b. Press FF/SLOW+ (increases speed) or REW/SLOW- (decreases speed) in Still mode.

c. Press PLAY to release.

Insert a CH

_E

STOP PLAY

AT

REC REC indicator ll a remote control button does not work on the remote and try the button again.

[] Frame by Frame picture a. Press STILL/PAUSE.

b. Press STILL/PAUSE in Still mode.

c. Press PLAY to release.

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• These features work best in SLP mode.

- After 3 minutes in Still or Slow mode, unit stops to protect the tape and the video heads.

1 Insert a tape;

, The unit power comes on automatically.

To prevent tape jam, remove loose or peeling labels from tapes,

Recorl.

:l tab

2 Press PLAY to play a tape.

, If tape has no record tab (see page 8), auto play begins.

3O

• To reduce picture noise, see "Manual Tracking

Control" on page 37.

Press STOP.

[] Rapid Rewind tape

Press REWiSLOWin Stop mode.

Rewinds a T-120 tape in approx. 1 minute.

[] Rapid Fast forward tape

Press FFiSLOW+ in Stop mode.

[] Eject tape

Press EJECT on the remote or

STOP/EJECT on the unit.

t insert a tape with record tab.

* The unit power comes on automatically.

2

Press CH _T or NUMBER keys to

Select

Channel.

, For '!LINE'!input, see page 22.

3 Press SPEED

to select speed

(see page

8).

sP

SLP =

= Standard Play

Super Long Play

Se!ected speed is displayed.

recording

4

Press

REC to start recording.

, You cannot view another channel during recording.

One Touch Recording (OTR)

Press REC repeatedly recording length to set the

(30 min - 4 hours.)

, The unit stops recording at a preset time.

" PROG TIMER Indicator lights on the unit.

With the proper audio mode setting, your unit can:

• Record and pia_ back MTS stereo broadcast main language) in stereo Hi-Fi. Stereo sound is recorded on the left and right audio tracks ann on me vlaeo aornon of a tape.

• Record and pia} eacK a monaural broadcast main language) or SAP (Secondary Audio

Program.

usuall} n a second language) on the Hi-Fi tracks for better quality monaural sauna

• Playback non-Hi-Fi taoes in monaural.

Choose audio mode to match recording type.

1 Press AUDIO repeatedly to select the audio mode according broadcast to be recorded.

to the type of

, The Audio mode selected stays in effect until it is changec

. Refer to "MTS Broadcast / TV Stereo System" on page 24.

4:00 3:00 2:00 l:3o

Pause a Recording

a;

Press STILL/PAUSE.

b. Press STILL/PAUSE to resume

2 See the "Record On a Tape" section to do a recording.

• It is not possible to record from DVD/CD to VHS tape using th!s unit:

• After the unit has been in Rec Pause mode for 5 minutes, it wi!! stop automatically to protect the tape and the vide ° head.

• The remaining recording time of an OTR can be displayed by p[ess!ng

DISPLAY.

* Refer to "Audio Mode for Playback" on page 33.

. Only tapes recorded in Hi-Fi stereo will playback with true stereo sound. Standard stereo tapes

Will playback with monaural sauna.

o To Hs[en to Hi-Fi stereo playback, the unit

AUDIO (L/R) jacks mus[ be connected to a s[ereo amp and speakers.

* There may be a difference in audio level between Hi-Fi and normal audio playback.

, %_ ....

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Press

STOP

to stop recording.

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DISPLAY --

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ACTION --

SELECT --

AT_

STOP

REW SLOW---

SEARCH i

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b_

AUDIO--

--NUMBER keys

--SET

--PLAY

--FF SLOW+

-CM / ZERO

-COUNTER

RESET

2 Press FF or REW to start

search.

Example 1:

To go tO rec- 2 from rec. 4, enter 3 and press REW.

To go to rec, 6 from rec. 2, enter 4 and press FF.

NOTE: _ indicates start points of each recording.

• If Index Search is started very close to an index mark, that index mark may not be counted in the search.

PLAY REPEAT

Search System

is

...

Each time a recording is made, an invisible index mark is placed on the tape.

When timer recordings are made, program index and information are also included.

These index marks can be used to access or scan recordings.

3 Play begins at search end. To search

forward or back 1 index, press FF or

REW while screen below is displayed

(t0 seconds}.

To cancel,

press PLAY.

Go directly to the desired recording.

1 Press SEARCH in Playback or Stop mode to display IN DEX SEARCH screen, and then press NUMBER keys to select the recording number.

Set to see a recording over and over.

Choose the type of sound track for playback.

1 See the "Playback a Tape" section on page 30 to playback the tape.

2 Press AUDIO repeatedly (each press

[] To turn ,!ON,!

Press PLAY!REPEAT

R To turn !!OFF!'

within 5 seconds) to select desired mode.

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Select !'HIFI (L/R)," to listen to a regular Hi Fi on the unit repeatedly

Stereo recording. Select "HIFt (L)" or "HIFI

(R)" to listen only to the left or right channel of a stereo recording. This is commonly used for

Karaoke, music on one channel and vocal on the other. Select !'NORMAL" for linear stereo in P!ay mode to select "REPEAT ON 2 playback from a recorded tape with Hi Fi disabled.

This screen appears when you press AUDIO

Repeat above to se!ect

"REPEAT OFF." during playback.

• Playback repeats when tape end is reached or

_n Ucn[e_?rded por!!on longer than 30 seconds is

• FO r repeat p!ay in dis € mode, see pages 54-57.

To quickly retur n io a specific tape counter location.

1 Press DISPLAY during playback to display the Counter.

2 Press COUNTER RESET at the desired position to reset to "0:00:00."

By pressing the CMiZERO button in

Playback mode you can skip over 1, 2, or 3 minutes of recorded tape as desired.

Press

CM/ZERO repeatedly time

in Playback

mode.

No indication appears.

to select skip

[st Press ]

3 Continue

to record, playback etc.

4 Press STOP.

5 Press CM/ZERO in Stop mode to start ZERO SEARCH.

• Unit will go into FF or REW mode and stops at the last point the counter was set to

0:00:00.

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SELECT -tIT_

STOP--

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-SET

PROG--

4 Press AT to select and

SET

or 4_ to set the recording

1~31 = One time

DATE.

, DALLY (day) = Monday_Friday

WEEKLY (SU_SA) = Same time once a week i{i_i_!i iiii

Example:

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[ZZZZZZZ

PROG TIMER Indicator to be

1 Press PROG to display SET

PROGRAM screen.

2 Press AT to select

PROGRAMMING."

"TIMER

3 Press SET

t0 display screen.

• Ifa program is already in memory, press AT.

and SET to select an unused program number.

1

J

Repeat step 4 to set:

, Start time, st0P t ime

Channe!

(or LINE [or outside source)

spee d (SP, SLP)

5

Press PROG to end the program.

Enter select

To

More

Programs,

press and SET to set a blank

AT to

program

number, and then

repeat

step 4,

6 Press

PROG twice to exit this mode.

• If you're using a cable box. make sure that it is tuned to the desired channel and the power is left on for timer recording.

, PROG TIMER Indicator lights up on the unit.

Hold down

STOP

for a few seconds cancel the T!mer

Recording.

to

* Any future daily or weekly recordings wilt be performed as programmed.

[] To Replace program...

a. Press SET to display.

b. Press AT to select and press

SET

or _I_ to set new program contents.

c. Press PROG.

t Press PROG

to

display SET

PROGRAM screen.

2 Press AT to select "TIMER

PROGRAMMING."

3 Press SET to display screen.

i/ii ii! /ii i

[] To Clear program..,

Press ADD/DLT.

5 Press PROG twice to exit this mode.

4 Press A_ to select the desired

program,

iii_i i i

• 2 minutes before Timer recording is performed,

"PLEASE PREPARE FOR TIMER REC" appears and/or the PROG TIMER Indicator flashes.

Be sure a casse[_e with recora tab is loaded and the unit is in Stop moae.

If the start times of two programs overlap, the lower numbered program will have priority.

o If the start time for a Timer Recording comes up during a normal recording or One Touch

Recording (page 31). the Timer Recording will not be performed.

• If there is a power interruption of more than one m_nute the recordng may no[ De performed or continued.

• If "INCOMPLETE" appears after all items have been se[. check all entries and make necessary corrections.

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36

SELECT

_T4_

Insert a tape in Power off mode.

Power

turns on;--*

Play.

Playback begins if tape has no record tab.

SET

REC except for Recording)

Tape reaches its end

Rewind, -+ Stop,

: i i i

{Repeat Play must be "OFF")

Tape with no record tab reaches its end

Rewind,

-_ Stop, -_ Eject.

All operations are prohibited except Timer recording and tape eject.

Useful for families with small children.

In Stop mode, hold down REC on the unit without a cassette

inserted

for 7 seconds to turn "ON."

(Please

_gnore "NO CASSETTE" warning.)

Continuously analyzes the signal and adjusts for optimum picture quality.

i _ iiii

Repeat above with or without turn "OFF." cassette to

Use during Playback and Slow Motion mode to reduce picture noise.

Press the 3 or 6 number key on the remote control or CH AT on the unit until the picture clears up. To return to Auto Tracking, press POWER off, then on again a few seconds later.

VCR Lock is canceled automaticahy after about

24 hours if clock is se[.

In Still mode, the 30r 6 number key on the remote control or CH AT on the unit operate as a V, Lock control to reduce jitter.

37

Refer to page 15 "Connecting

the AV input Terminal"

before you operate it.

IMPORTANT nauthorized nfringement.

exchanging and/or copying of copyrighted recordings may be copyright i

• Please note that some tapes cannot be dubbed on this unit. Also, it is not possible to dub DVD/CD to

VHS tape using this unit.

38

1 m

insert prerecorded

tape.

record tab.

Dubbing tapes protected with Copy Guard will with have poor quality results.

Select

!,LINE" mode.

See page 22 t!Se!ecting

!nput Mede!'.

= (Perform operation of steps 3 and 4 on both units at same time.) --

Press STILL/PAUSE to start dubbing.

Press STOP

to stop dubbing.

Press

STOP

to stop dubbing.

4 Press NUMBER keys to enter your

secret code.

Take care that 5 ou are not observed enterinc the secret code.

ACTION--

SELECT --

AT_I_

_®®,@

NUMBER

-keys

ADD DLT

(CLEAR)

-SET

_a5

5 Enter same code again for

confirmation.

NNN'_

_oDrm

_nasonic

V-Chip Control Feature is...

This unit has a built-in V-Chip Control which allows you to block unwanted TV usage based on US MOVIES, US TV

PROGRAMS Ratings, Canadian English

Language Ratings

Language Ratings.

and Canadian French

[] To Make Corrections a. Press 4 repeatedly to move the cursor, b. Press NUMBER keys to make the correction.

6 Press SET to display Ratings menu

(see pages 40-44).

Or press ACTION twice to exit,

• Some rental movies do not include V-Chip data.

• Do not forget your secre[ coae.

Once ratings are se[. resmc[ea [apes or programs cannot be accessed unless the secret code is entered.

• Step 5 not necessary when changing rating.

A 4-digit code must be entered to view a blocked program or change rating settings.

1 Press ACTION to display

MAIN

MENU.

2 PreSs _.v'41_ tQ select "LOCK."

3

Press SET to display LOCK screen.

You will need your current code.

1 While this OSD (on screen display) is

displayed, press ADDtDLT

(CLEAR) to

clear current code.

2

Enter new secret code.

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ACTION --

SELECT --

AV_ o o-

9®®_9

_®®£-

--NUMBER keys

--SET

--{{4( 6_

3 Press AV to

select "CHANGE

SETTINGS."

4 Press S ET to

display screen.

5 Press

AT to select "VIEW NR

PROGRAMS?."

6 Press SET to set "YES" or "NO."

_F_ °ik__

NR (Not Rated) PROGRAMS:

Some movies such as old movies or foreign movies have no ratings.

7

Press AT to select and SET to set ratings to be blocked.

r

If LOCK

"Enter Secret menu is not displayed, perform

Code" steps on page 39.

}

4O

I

Press

I,T to se!ect

"US

MOVIES."

_'NEXT PAGE'! displays CANADIAN V-Chip settings menu. Please refer to pages 42-43 for more details on Canadian tapes or broadcasts.

2 Press

SETto set "ON" or "OFF."

oa:

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii_

V-Chip Control is activated.

OFF:

V-Chip Control is deactivated.

i

G

PG

PG-13

R

NC-17

GENERAL AUDIENCE:

All ages admitted

PARENTAL GUIDANCE:

Some material may not be suitable for children

PARENTS CAUTIONED:

Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13

RESTRICTED:

Children under 17 must be accompanied by a parent or adult.

OVERAGE 17 ONLY:

No one 17 and under admitted

ADULTS ONLY: X

8 Press ACTION to redisplay

LOCK

menu and continue with US TV

PROGRAMS Ratings (page 41). Or,

press ACTION three times to exit.

t Press AT to select "US TV

PROGRAMS."

* "NEXT PAGE _'displays CANADIAN V-Chip setung menu.

Please refer to pages 42-43 for more details on Canadian broadcasts.

tapes or

2 Press SET to set "ON" or "OFF."

7 Press AT to select and SET to set i

ratings

t o be blocked.

• You may select from standard TV ratings

(chart I), or customize to a specific content rating(chart 2).

Ratings highlighted in green will be blocked.

Ratings in white petters will not be blocked.

ON:

V_Chip Control is acuvatea

OFF"

V-Chip Control is deactivated.

3 Press AT to select "CHANGE

SETTINGS ."

4 Press SET to display screen.

5

Press AT to select "VIEW NR

PROGRAMS?."

6 Press SET to set "YES" or "NO."

C

Chart 1

TV-Y

TV-Y7

FOR ALL CHILDREN:

Content specifically geared to young

¢iewers ages 2-6

FOR AGE 7 AND OLDER:

May contain mild physical or comedic

¢iolence which may frighten children under

7.

TV-G

GENERAL AUDIENCE:

Contains little or no violence, strong anguage, or sexual diNogue or situations.

PARENTAL GUIDANCE:

TV-PG May contain infrequent coarse language, imited violence, some suggestive sexuN dialogue and situations

TV-14

PARENTS CAUTIONED:

May contain sophisticated themes, sexual situations, strong language, and more ntense violence

MATURE AUDIENCE:

TV-MA May contain mature themes, profane anguage, graphic violence, and sexual situations

Chart 2

L

D

FV

_/

S

Fantasy Violence

Violence

Sexual Situations

Adult

Language

Sexually

Suggestive

Dialogue

NR (Not Rated} PROGRAMS:

Some TV shows.

SUCh as news, sports, weather, bulletins, emergency information have no ratings.

8 Press ACTION three times to exit this mode:

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ACTION --

SELECT __ o o-

©@O-

--NUMBER keys

[email protected]®®£-

--SET

5 Press AT to select "CHANGE

SETTINGS."

6 Press SETto

display

screen.

_na_rd_

_F_ °i_ _

7 Press

AT to select "VIEW

E

PROGRAMS?."

8 Press SET to set

"YES" or "NO."

E (Exempt)

PROGRAMS:

Some TV shows, sucn as news,

sports,

weather, bu letins, and emergency information have no ratings.

9 Press AT to select and SET to set

ratings

to be blocked.

If LOCK menu is not displayed, perform

"Enter Secret Code" steps on page 39.

}

I

Press

AT to select

"NEXT

PAGE.',

2 Press SETto display screen.

42

3 Press AT to select

"CANADIAN

ENGLISH.!!

4 Press SET to set

"O N ' or "OFF."

ON:

V-Chip Control is activated.

OFF:

V-Chip Control is deactivated.

C

C8+

G

PG

14+

18+

Children

Children 8 years and older

General Audience

Parental Guidance

Viewers 14 years and older

Adult Programming

10Press ACTION to redispiay

LOCK

menu and continue with Canadian

French Language Ratings (next

page).

Or, press ACTION three times to exit.

1 Press AT to select "NEXT PAGE."

2 Press SET to display screen.

7 Press AT to select "VIEW E

PROGRAMS?."

8 Press SET to set "YES" or "NO."

3 Press

AT to select "CANADIAN

FRENCH."

4 Press SET to set "ON" or "OFF." iii i i i _ii

E (Exempt)

Some

PROGRAMS:

TV shows, such as news, sports,

weather,

bulletins,

and emergency

information

have no ratings.

9 Repeatedly

press

AT to select and

SET

to set rat!ngs

to be blocked.

ON:

V-Chip Control is activated.

OFF:

V-Chip Control _sdeactivated,

5 Press AT to select "CHANGE

SETTINGS."

6 Press SET to display screen.

G General Audience

SANS+ Not recommended children for young

13 ANS

+

16 ANS

+

Programming

for

children

may

not

be suitable

under

the age of 13

Programming children under

is not

suitable

the age of 16 for

18 ANS

+

Programming restricted

to adults

10Press

ACTION

three times to exit this mode.

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SELECT __ o o-

--NUMBER keys

--SET

_F_ °i_ _

[] Temporarily Deactivate

V-Chip

Control

Press NUMBER keys to enter your secret code in the Blocking Message screen.

• V-Chip Control _s reactwated when power is turned off or power failure occurs.

//

Example: US Raring

[] Deactivate V-Chip Control

1 Enter your secret code. (See page 39.)

44

<When V-Oh p Contro is activated>

If a program or movie exceeds the ratings you have set, a message will appear on a black background and sound is muted.

m

=US Rating:"

//

::Canadian Erench Rating>

2 Then, set US MOVIES and/or US TV

PROGRAMS

and/or

CANADIAN

ENGLISH

LANGUAGE

and/or

CANADIAN FRENCH LANGUAGE

to

"OFF" using AT and SET. (Ratings set on pages 39-43 are retained and will be in effect when V-Chip Control

is activated again.)

"US Rating:"

::Canadian Rating:"

Press DISPLAY

to display or remove the overlay.

5

No broadcast signal in TV mode (Only when

Weak Signal Display Js set to OFF. (see page

23)), or blank tape is played for 5 minutes.

Power

!urns

_ff:

° This feature is canceled if any button is pressed dur!ng above c0ndi!i0ns.

1 Function Status

2 Rec Time Remaining

(OTR mode only, see page 31.)

3 Receivable Broadcast Types

(See page 24.)

4 Rating level

5 Current Time

6 Channel

7 Counter

8 Tape Speed

(See page 8.)

,

_ _;}J _J_ _4_ _ _4_

When a function button is pressed (PLAY,

FF, etc.) or you change channels, the unit mode or channel number will be displayed.

Whenever a blank section of a tape comes up in Play mode.

or when the selected channel has no Is"oadcast signal with the

Weak Signal Display Feature set to "OFF"

[see page 23), the screen will turn solid blue.

45

OPEN

(;LOSE

POWER--

SELECT.__

_10--

REW / __

SLOW-

STOP --

STILL i--

PAUSE

SKIP- I_1--

--DV D

OOO0-

0000

Q OO_-

---NUMBER keys

--MENU

--SET

--PLAY

----EFiSLOW-

--TITLE

--SKIP+ _t

s_F_

ee_N

_na_

--RETURN

5 Press

PLAY to start play.

Disc tray closes automatically.

• You may also close the tray by pressing

OPENICLOSE.

• Data reading time differs with each disc.

Jf an interactive DVD is used and

a

Main MENU

of DVD appears, go to step 6.

Example •

46

Insert disc

POWER STOP PLAY OPEN

CLOSE

If a remote control button does not work when pressed, press the DVD button on the remote and try the button again.

1 Press POWER on the remote or unit.

2 Press DVD toset remote to DVD

3 Press

OPEN/CLOSE.

Ifa disc is already inserted, go to step 5.

(Depending on the disc, playback may start automatically.)

4 Place disc into disc

tray.

Hold disc by its edges only (page 10) with printed side up and use guides to place into tray. Use O 3"(8 cm) or @ 5" (I2 cm) disc.

I_FORMATION

While Main

MENU

is displayed,

Press

SKIP+

_1 or SKIP= I'_lt to go to next or previous

screen.

Main MENU

of DVD

• SKIP function not avatlable wtth all discs.

Please refer to disc jacket for operation information.

6

Press

A_'4_ to select title and press

SET

to start

NUMBER keys starts

Nay. Or, pressing

play automatically.

. The number of available titles varies with each disc.

To return to Main

MENU

of DVD

(play

stops):

Press TITLE.

MENU.

or RETURN.

7 Press STOP to stop playing.

8 Press OPEN/CLOSE to eject the disc.

Power turns off after unit is in stop mode with wallpaper displayed for about 5 minutes.

When a NUMBER key is used in disc mode, it performs a different operation from TV mQde_

E×amp!e

1:

To select 12, firs t press the > 10 key, then 1, then 2.

Example 2:

To select 2, press the 2 key.

,

1 Press STILL/PAUSE

. DVD: during play.

The unit wi!t enter Still picture mode.

.CD:

The unit will enter Pause mode.

2 Press PLAY to release.

i__ ' ¸y_'_

1 Press FF/SLOW÷ or REW/SLOWduring p!ay.

t Search speed, slow at first, increases with each additional press of the button up to 5 levels.

2 Press PLAY to release.

]

' B'¸ ......

_ _ L_ ' _° _' '_7

t

Press STILL/PAUSE in Still mode.

Each press advances picture one frame.

Hold down for consecutive frame advance.

2 Press PLAY to release.

Whether pictures are advanced by "FRAME" or

!IEIELDI _is selected automatically (see page 65).

]

1 Press SKIP+ _1_1 or SKIPI_

p!ay.

during

DVD and CD

Pressing SK!P-144 once midway through a chapter/track returns to start of that chapter/track.

Each additional press skips back one chapter/track.

Current playback position

[Chapter Track l ChapteiTrack I Chapter Track i

Reverse Skip _---_ Forward Skip

DVDIRAM

Pressing SKIP_I44 once midway through a program/play list returns to start of that programtplay list. Each additional press skips back one pregramlplay list.

Current p!aybad_ position Marker

t

Press FF/SLOW+ or REW/SLOW- in

Still mode,

• slow mot{on speed slow at first, is increased

with each additional press of the button up to

5 levels.

2 Press PLAY to release,

The unit memorizes the point where STOP is pressed (STOP I_ display 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.

[p_rogram_ogram!Play

List

Reverse Skip -,_1- --_ Forward Skip

2 Each press skips a chapter (DVD), track (CD} or Program/Play List/

Marker (DVD,RAM).

'Pressing

SKIP within 3 seconds of a track/ chapter/program/play list start point skips to the previous start point.

• RESUME works only w_th discs for which elapsed play time is d_splayed during play.

- When a DVD-RAM still picture is played back, the counter will not be d_splayed, however,

RESUME will function.

47

SELECT .__

AT_

AUDIO--

_0 00-

Qoo_

_oo_-_

N_ _

--NUMBER keys

-MENU

--SET

K

-PLAY

--TITLE

_F_ °i_ _

_na_

3 Press SET

or

PLAY

to access.

• Step 3 not necessary when using NUMBER keys,

• Repeat steps 2,3 if there is more than one menu.

Some DVDs have more than one title, e.g.

movies, tf the disc offers a title menu, you can select the desired title number.

(Operation may vary according to the disc.)

1 Press TITLE in Play mode to display

title screen.

ExampD

48

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 menus.

1 Press MENU in Play mode to display

main menu of DVD.

2 Press AT4_

or NUMBER keys to select an item;

Example-

2 Press

AT41_

select

a title.

or NUMBER keys

3 Press SET

or

PLAY

to access.

to

. Step 3 no_ necessary when using NUMBER keys.

_Example

INFORMATION

Audio soundtrack language being played back.

You can change the audio soundtrack language, selected at Settings for DVD

Operation.

to a different language if available.

(See page 62.)

(This operation works only with discs on which multiple are recorded.

) audio soundtrack languages

Press AUDIO in Play mode to display the audio

selection

on-screen.

• Display disappears after 5 seconds

In_Brmation on the audio stream currently being played back is displayed.

(See page 64.) iiiENG

FRA

English

French

DEU

German

Italian

ITA

ESP

NLD

Spanish

Dutch

$VE

NOR

DAN

Swedish

Norwegian

Danish

POR

RUS

JPN

CHI

KOR

MAL

VIE

THA

Portuguese

Russian

Japanese

Chinese

Korean

Malay

Vietnamese

Thai

Other

LPCM

Dolby

Digital dts

96 kHz or

48 kHz

1 ch - 5.1 ch

1 ch - 5.1 ch

16 bit

20 bit Linear PCM disc

24 bit

Dolby Digital disc dts disc

ii¸¸_!_I

:

With DVD-RAM, Audio Soundtrack

Language cannot be set. Audio stream and

Audio mode (LRIL/R) settings can be made.

Audio stream operation method is the same as For Audio Soundtrack Language.

Press to move the cursor to Audio mode, then

press

AUD!O

or AT to select LR/L/R.

If, after several presses of the AUDIO button, the language does not change, language selection is not offered on the disc.

When disc is removed, language reverts to initial setting.

If this language is not recorded on the disc the language rec °rded wilt be heard.

I

1 PreSsAUDIO in Play mode to display

the audio screen.

1

2 Press 4f_ to

select

'=VOCAL.!'

3

Press AUDIOorA

Tto set.

DVD Kara0ke (1 vocal)

vOC.L

2 Press AUDIO, AT, or NUMBER keys to select desired language.

49

50

DISPLAY--

SELECT __ lkT_

:oo s]

Q®®

_,®®A-

-414( 6,_

--SET

2

Press

SUB TITLE, AT, or NUMBER

keys to

select desired

language.

With DVD-RAM, the subtitle can only be set to ON/OFR The subtitle language cannot be selected.

Nmnber of st_btitte language being played back.

_,,_ .,,1_.+ 11,,,¸¸

_F_ °i_ _

--SUB TITLE

--ZOOM

_na_ aaaaaaaaaaaaaa

ENG

FRA

DEU

ITA

ESP

NLD

SVE

NOR

DAN

English

French

German

Italian

Spanish

Dutch

Swedish

Norwegian

Danish

2

POR

RUS

JPN

CHI

KOR

MAL

VIE

THA

Portuguese

Russian

Japanese

Chinese

Korean

Malay

Vietnamese

Thai

Other

You can select a different subtitle language (if offered) than the one set at Settings for DVD

Operation.

(See page 62.)

I

Press SUB TITLE

in Play mode to disp!ay

the subtitle selection

on,screen.

, Display disappears after 5 seconds.

t When no subtitles are offered, "-" will be displayed instead of the language number.

• When closed captioning is used along with subtitles, they may overlap. If so, turn one function off. (See pages 26-27.)

- If after several presses of the button, the language does not change, language selection is not offered on the disc.

• Subtitles may not change to the selected language immediately.

• When disc is removed

SUDII[leS rever_ _o lnl[lal setting language.

If the initial language is not recoroed on the disc, the disc's priority language will appear

O

• DISPLAY button does not function while main menu of DVD, title menu of DVD, Direct

Navigator, or P!ay List is displayed.

When

Displays

DISPLAY information show is pressed, On-Screen disc information and unit

Press DISPLAY

in P!ay

or Stop mode to display "On.Screen

Display,"

Each press of DISPLAY changes the on-screen displaY as follows . (P! ease refer to pages 54-57.)

Selected

disc

information

::Example of DVD>

You can enlarge specific portions of a picture and select the zoom ratio using the ZOOM button on the remote during DVD playback.

t Press ZOOM repeatedly to change

display as fo!!ows.

• You can enlarge the center portion of the image tO on e of 2 magnifications.

(ORIGINAL) (ZOOM1)

X2.0

(ZOOM2)

RAM::"

3Id press

2 Use the A, T, 4 and I_ buttons to move the position up, down, left and right.

I Selected unit information

::Example ofDVD >

I

|

|

II

II

Normal

J_

Screen i

• The subtitle cannot be entarged nor can its position be cnangee

- During picture zoom "ZOOM" or"ZOOM2" appears on-screen for 5 seconds

- Zooming, on some discs, may result in poor picture quality, or may no[ operate at all.

81

PO\VER--

SELECT __

>t0'

STOP--

OPEN .......

-CLOSE o ®-

@®_e-

[email protected]_

_®®£-

-DVD

--NUMBER keys

-PLAYLIST

--SET

--PLAY

-D.NAVI

6 Press

PLAYLIST

or D.NAVI to display

Play List or Direct Navigator menu for easy title or scene selection.

Example: Play List menu

Recorded time

Play List No.

length e No.

_nas,a_

Recording rune

_nd da_e

Titles

Example: Direct Navigator menu

Pro Recorded time e No.

f recorded/edited this unit.

DVD-RAM discs on

You can enjoy playing your personally

. This unit was designed for playback only.

DVD-RAM recording is not possible.

\ J

[

1 Press POWER on the remote or unit.

2 Press DVD t0set mode; remote to DVD

82

Press OPEN!CLOSE.

4 Place disc into disc tray.

5 Press PLAY to start play. Disc tray closes automatically.

. Play begins from the first program title recorded on the DVD-RAM.

Recording rune and date

Titles

7

Press STOP to stop playing.

8 Press

OPEN/CLOSE

to eject the disc.

• Titles of Direct Navigator anu Play List cannot be changed using this unit.

With Direct Navigator, up to 99 programs can be d_splayed. With Play List, up to 99 titles (999 scenes) can De displayea

• While DVD MAIN MENU s alsplayed, Play List and Direct Navigator d_splay w_ll not appear even if PLAYLIST or D.NAVI

is pressed.

If ihe DVD_RAM features a Play List, your preselected list of favorite scenes is displayed for easy access. (Operation can vary according t ° how you edited the

DVD-RAM.)

1 Press PLAYLIST in Play/Stop mode to display the Play List menu.

If the DVD-RAM features Direct Navigator, a list of recorded titles is displayed.

Simply select a title number and start playback.

(Operatfon can vary with disc used.)

1 Press D.NAVl

in Play/Stop

mode to display the Direct Navigator menu.

2 Press

411_ to select

AT orthe NUMBER

title (Play List No.).

a page and press

keys

to select a

2 Press

41_ to select a page and press

AT or the NUMBER keys to select a title (Program No.).

3 Press SETor

PLAY to start playing.

I Pressing SETor PLAY is not necessary when using NUMBER keys.

Using

NUMBER automatically.

keys starts play

*The

number of available titles varies with

_ach dis c`

Example 1: select NO: 12, first press the _>10 key, then li then 2.

Example select No, 2, press 2.

4 Press PLAYLIST to clear Play List

menu.

3

Press SET or PLAY to start playing.

- Pressing SET or PLAY is not necessary when using NUMBER keys.

Using

NUMBER keys starts play automatically.

• The number of available titles varies with each disc.

Example

1:

To select No. 12. first press the >10 key, then 1. then 2

Example

2:

To select No. 2, press 2.

4 Press D.NAVI to clear Direct navigator menu.

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DISPLAY--

SELECT __

ioo®-

®

9®®_£

Q®®A-

--NUMBER keys

--SET

-4N( 6,_

_F_ °i_ _

_na_.,ac a.TITLE:

Go directly to a preset title number.

b.Chapter:

Go directly to a preset chapter number.

This function does not work with some discs.

c.Disc

currently being played:

The type of disc currently inserted is displayed.

d.Elapsed

playing time:

Go tQ a different scene by entering an elapsed playing time, then SET.

, This function doe s not work with some discs.

If SET is pressed while making entries, unit returns to the condition before entries were made.

Example;

12:34

!20!00

: 56 1-_2 _ 3 _

2_0--_0-_0-_SET

4 _ 5 _ 6

54

I Press DISPLAY in

Play or Stop

a

I

2 Press A_4i_ to

select an item.

3

Press SET

to enter selected item.

Cursor moves to the right.

Change the item by pressing AT or the

NUMBER keys,

and press SET.

1 Press DISPLAY twice in Play or Stop mode to display "On-Screen

Display."

2 Press SET to enter. Cursor moves to the

right. Change

the item

by pressing

AT and press SET.

a a.OPERATING

MODE:

The current operation displayed.

is b.REPEAT

MODE.

REPEAT MODE can be selected

Example:

_EPEAT:CHAPTER

_EPEAT:TITLE

_EPEAT:OFF

CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION

1

TITLE chapter chapter chapter

_

1 Press DISPLAY in Play or Stop mode to display "On-Screen Display."

1 Press DISPLAY twice in Play or Stop mode to display "On-Screen

Display."

2 Press SET to enter. Cursor moves to

the right. Change the item by

pressing AT, and press SET,

2 Press

SET to enter selected

item.

Cursor

moves

to the right.

Change

the

item by pressing

AT or the

NUMBER keys,

and

press

SET.

a.TRACK:

Go djrect!y

to a preset track number.

b.Diec

The currently being

played:

type of disc currently inserted is

c.Elapsed

When

playing

time: disc information screen 2 is displayed, it isnot possible to enter an

elapsed

playing

time.

a.OPERATING

MODE:

The current operation is displayed.

b.REPEAT

MODE:

REPEAT MODE can be selected.

Example

CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION track t rac_k track

REPEAT:TRACK

REPEAT:DISC

REPEAT:OFF c.Play

mode:

When PLay mode is set (see pages 58-59), the mode name is dtsplayed.

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DISPLAY--

SELECT__

ioo®-

®

9®®£

_®®£-

--NUMBER keys

--SET

_F_ °ik__

Example

Direct Navigation (PROGRAM) a b

Example

PLAY LIST a b

56

a.Direct

Navigation

PLAY LiST No.:

(PROGRAM)

Go directly to a prese_ title number.

or

1 Press DISPLAY in Play or Stop mode

to display "On-Screen

2 Press 41_ to select

Display." an item.

I

3 Press

SET to enter selected item.

Cursor moves to the right. Change the item by pressing AT or the

NUMBER keys, and press SET.

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

b.Disc

currently being played:

The type of disc currently inserted is displayed.

c.Elapsed

playing time:

Go to a different scene by entering an elapsed playing time.

then SET.

• This function does not work wtth some discs.

• If SET is pressed whtle making entries, unit returns to the condition before entries were made.

Example:

12:34:56

00:20:00

1 --* 2 -_ 3 -_ 4 -_ 5 -_ 6

2-0 --_ 0 -_ 0 -_ SET g_

1 Press DISPLAY twice in Play or Stop mode to disNay "On-Screen

Display."

2 Press SET to enter. Cursor moves to the right. Change the item by

pressing AT and press SET.

]

a.OPERATING

MODE:

The current operation is displayed.

b.REPEAT

MODE:

REPEAT MODE can be selected.

Example: Direct Nawgation

(PROGRAM

CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION

_ROGRAM PR0_RAM PROGRAM

REPEAT:

REPEAT:

REPEAT:OFF

PROGRAM

DISC C-_ --

Example: PLAY L!ST

CURRENT PLAYBACK POSITION

REPEAT:PLAY

REPEAT:ALL

REPEAT:OFF

LIST

PLAY LIST

_LAY LIST PLAY'LIST PLAY LIST

_"

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ACTION --

SELECT --

AT_ o ®-

9®®_£

P,®®_

NUMBER

--keys

--CLEAR

--SET

6 Press

AT to select "PROGRAM

PLAY."

7 Press SET to display

screen.

_F_ °i_ _

_ma_.,ac

8 Press

A,_'4_ to select a track number,

(Track numbers on disc are displayed.)

9 Press SETto set.

Repeal steps 8-9 to select another track.

The selected track is added on the right side.

58

i _

You can program specific tracks and order of play.

I Press ACTION in Stop mode to

display

MAIN MENU.

]

2 Press AT4_,

3 Press SET to

MENU.

to select "DVD."

display

DVD

MAIN

10Press AT4 _ to select "START."

il Press SET to start play of programs

in the sequence selected.

To cancel,

press

STOP during play, then

press

CLEAR.

i i ¸

4

Press

AT to

select

!'PLAY

MODE."

5

Press SETto

display

PLAY

MODE

screen.

• Up to I5 tracks can be programmed.

"4" or'l_' depending on disc) indicates additional PROGRAM PLAY screen. Press AT

4 _ for next or previous screen

• To clear the las[ program one uy one, Press AT

4_ to move to "CLEAR LAST" and press SET.

(Pressing CLEAR also clears last program.)

• To clear all programs Press AT_II_ to move to

"CLEAR ALL" an(] press SET. (Programs are also cleared when the power is turned off or the disc is removed.,

t Do steps 1.1t on page 58.

2 Press DISPLAY to display Disc

Information screen.

(Disc Inforlnation Screen)

_

Tracks are played in random order.

t Press ACTION in Stop mode to display MAiN MENU.

2 Press AT4_to select "DVD."

3 Press SET to display DVD MAIN

MENU.

3

Press DISPLAY again to display Unit

Information screen.

4 Press SET to enter Select mode.

Cursor moves to "OFF."

(Unit Inf_lrnlation Screen)

4 Press AT to select "PLAY MODE."

5 Press SET to display PLAY MODE

screen.

5

Press AT to select "DISC."

(Unit Inf_,rmation Screen)

6 Press AT to select "RANDOM

PLAY."

7 Press SET to begin random play.

6 Press SET to set mode. Cursor moves to "REPEAT." To cancel, select "REPEAT OFF" in step 5, then press SET.

To cancel, press STOP during play, then press CLEAR.

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60

ACTION--

SELECT -tIT_

;oo S]

Qo®

Q®ep_

O,®®A-

"_.,;/"_----_

L)-

-41416_ --SET

O_ --vss

ANGLE --

Some DVDs are recorded at lower than average volume levels.

For these DVDs, this unit can be set so that the average volume is increased automatically.

1 Press ACTION to display MAIN

MENU.

2 Press A_'4_

to select "TV."

3 Press SETto display SET UP TV screen.

ANGLE Indicator

4 Press AT to select "DVD VOL

ADJUST."

5 Press SET to set the level

{0,

+1, or

+2).

6 Press ACTION twice to return to the normal

screen.

• DVD Volume Adjust works only when sound is in

Dolby Digital.

Enjoy a surround,like effect if you are using two front speakers only.

The effect is broadened and sound seems to come from virtual speakers on either side if the disc has sur[ound signals recorded on it.

Press VSS in Disc mode.

The Surround sound effects can be changed by pressing VSS rePeatedly as shown in the figure below.

i

DVDs may contain scenes shot from multiple camera angles allowing the same scene to be viewed from 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.

Default

2 Press ANGLE

repeatedly

to seJect the desired angle.

• Display d{sappears after 5 seconds

Number of angle being played back.

m

]

Turn off the surround effects on the other equipment.

• V.S.S. will not work, or will have tess effect, with some discs.

Turn V.S.S. off if it causes distortion.

ELECT

:A_,GLE

This function not available w_th DVD-RAM.

• ANGLE Indicator lign_s up on the unit when a scene recorded from different angles is detected.

- The angle number can be set beforehand so that

the angle is switched whenever ANGLE Indicator lights up.

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ACTION --

SELECT

AT_

--

' ie e ®-

®

9®®_£

_®®£-

--NUMBER keys

--SET

--414( 6,_

_F_ °i_ _

To select and set the language of the audio soundtrack, subtitles; or title/DVD menus for all discs to be played,

1 Press ACTION in

Stop mode to display MAIN

MENU.

2 Press _k_r_ select ,DVDT'

3 Press SET to display DVD

MAiN MENU.

to

62

4 Press AT to

select "DISC

LANGUAGES."

5

Press SET to

display

DISC

LANGUAGES screen.

6 Press AT to select an item.

7 Press SET

repeatedly for desired language.

[]

AUDIO

To select the audio soundtrack

(Factory preset: English) language.

EnglishlSpanishlFrenchlJapanese

Original: Original disc language

Other _ :Other language selection _1

[] SUBTITLE

To select the subtitle language.

(Factory preset: AUTO)

AUTO:

Same language selected for

"AUDIO"

° If language set for "AUDIO" is used in playback, subtltlesw not appear.

- If another language is used during playback, the subtitles will appear in me tanguage selected at "AUDIO" setup.

EnglishlSpanishlFrenchlJapanese

Other 8_k_ :Other language selection _1

[]

MENUS

To select the language used in title menus or DVD menus.

(Factory areset: English)

EnglishlSpanishlFrenchlJapanese

Other _<_ :Other language selection _

If the selected language is not offered, the original d_sc language is selected.

To enter OTHER _

Press

NUMBER keys code

(Please

number,

refer to next page).

To make corrections, press repeatedly to delete language code number, and correct.

* Once initial semngs are aone they remain n memory even after the power is off) unt_ cnanged.

This means the unit will atways opera[e under the same conditions

(especially DVDs) eacn time.

8 Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.

Faroese

Fiji

Finnish

French

Frisian

Galician

Georgian

German

Greek

Greenlandic

Guarani

Byelorussian

Cambodian

Catalan

Chinese

Corsican

Croatian

Czech

Danish

Dutch

English

Esperanto

Estonian

Gujarati

Abkhazian

Afar

Afrikaans

Albanian

Amehadc

Arabic

Armenian

Assamese

Aymara

Azerbaijani

Bashkir

Basque

Bengali;Bangla

Bhutani

Bihari

Breton

Bulgarian

Burmese

Latin

Latvian, Lettish

Lingala

Lithuanian

Macedonian

Malagasy

Malay

Malayalam

Maltese

Maori

Marathi

Moldavian

Mongolian

Nauru

Nepali

Norwegian

Obya

Panjabi

Pashto, Pushto

Persian

Polish

Portuguese

Quechua

Rhaeto-Romance

Hausa

Hebrew

Hindi

Hungarian

Icelandic

Indonesian

Interlingua

Irish

Itatian

Japanese

Javanese

Kannada

Kashmid

Kazakh

Kirghiz

Korean

Kurdish

Laothian

7565

6869

6976

7576

7178

7079

7074

7073

7082

7089

7176

6783

6865

7876

6978

6979

6984

6669

7577

6765

9072

6779

7282

7185

7289

6583

6588

6590

6665

6566

6565

6570

8381

6577

6582

6985

6678

6890

6672

6682

6671

7789

Romanian

Russian

Samoan

Sanskrit

Scots Gaelic

Serbian

Serbo-Croatian

Shona

Sindhi

Singhalese

Slovak

Slovenian

Somali

Spanish

Sundanese

Swahili

Swedish

Tagalog

Tajik

Tamil

Tatar

Telugu

Thai

Tibetan

Tigrinya

Tonga

Turkish

Turkmen

Twi

Ukrainian

Urda

Uzbek

Vietnamese

VolapOk

Welsh

Wolof

Xhosa

Yiddish

Yoruba

Zalu

8083

7065

8076

8084

8185

7778

7865

7869

7879

7982

8065

7783

7776

7784

7773

7782

7779

7665

7686

7678

7684

7775

7771

8277

7365

7165

7384

7465

7487

7265

7387

7273

7285

7383

7378

7578

7583

7575

7589

7579

7585

7679

8373

8375

8376

8379

6983

8385

8387

8386

8476

8471

8465

8484

8279

8285

8377

8365

7168

8382

8372

8378

8368

8469

8472

6679

8473

8479

8482

8475

8487

8575

8582

8590

8673

8679

6789

8779

8872

7473

8979

9085

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4 Press AT to select "AUDIO

OUTPUT."

5 Press SETto display AUDIO OUTPUT

screen,

ACTION --

SELECT --

AT_

ioos?

go®

p,®®£-

--IN( @_

--SET

6 Press AT to select an item.

7 Press SET repeatedly

for desired

output.

_na_

_F_ °i_ _

64

Select the digital output to be output from the optical digital audio output connector of the

1 Press ACTION in Stop mode to display

MAIN MENU.

2 Press A_'_-

to select "DVD."

3 Press SET to display DVD MAIN

MENU.

[]

LPCM

(DVD)

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, no digital

audio

is eutpuL (Factory preset)

PCM:

When playing DVDs recorded in linear

PCM of 48 kHzi20 bit/24 bit or more, dig tal audio converted to 44.1 kHz/16 bit or48 kHz116 bit is output.

(Digital output of PCM audio is restricted to 48 kHz116 bit or below for copyright protection j

[] Dolby Digital

Bitstream:

Delby Digital bitstream (lch-5.1ch) output.

(Factory preset/

PCM:

is

When you have connected an amplifier that doesn't nave a built-in Dolby Digital decoder.

[] tits selections

Bitstream: dts bitstream is output. (Factory preset)

PCM:

Whet you have connected an amplifier that doesn't have a built-in dts decoder.

m DRC (Dynamic Range

Compression)

OFF:

Normal preset)

ON: audio range is selected.

(Factory

For dynamic sound even at low volume.

This is useful for late-night listening.

[Dolby Digital DVDs only].

Type

of

Recommended amplifier to LPCM connected (DVD) settin_t

Do_by

Digital dts

[rer

Set to reduce jitter }n a displayed still picture or a motion picture.

t Press ACTION in Stop mode to

display

MAIN MENU.

2

Press AT4_.

to select "DVD."

3 Press SET to display DVD MAIN

MENU.

is connected

AV amplifier without

Dolby

Digital/dts decoder

PCM PCM*_ PCM*_

AV amplifier including

Dolby Digital decoder

PCM Bitstream*s PCM

AV amplifier including

Dolby

Digital/dts decoder

PCM Bitstream*s Bitstream.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 '_PCM." 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.

"2 When a dts decoder is connected, please select "Bitstream'!

in "dts." If "PCM" is selected, there will be stereo sound.

_3

When a Dolby Digital decoder is connected, please select "Bitstream" in "Dolby Digital."

If !!PCM" is selected, there will be stereo sound.

4 Press AT to select "STILL MODE."

5 Press SET repeatedly

for mode.

i AUTO:

"FIELD" (Field still) or "FRAME" (Frame still) is automatically selected during the st{ll mode (Factory preset)

[] Field:

"FIELD" (Field still) is always selected.

This setting will reduce jitter when compared with "AUTO" on some discs.

Make setting s according to amplifier connected to optical audio output as shown in above table.

8 Press ACTION to redisplay DVD

MAIN MENU and go to step 4 to set up another item. Or, press ACTION three times to exit.

[] Frame:

"FRAME" (Frame still) is always selected.

Some texts and fine patterns will be seen clearly when compared with "AUTO" on some discs.

6 Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.

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66

ACTION --

SELECT --

AT_ olooS]

@®®

9®®_£

_®®A-

--SET

-.-tl41 6,_

_F_ °i_ _

4 Press AT to select "TV MODE."

5 Press SET repeatedly for mode.

==4:3 Pan & Scan:

Widescreen video data is played in Pan &

Scan style (left and right of screen is trimmed.)

, Video data not formatted in Pan & Scan will p=ay =nletterbox s_y_e.

(Factory

preset)

[NNN

Set the screen display style for widescreen video materia!

playback.

I Press ACTION in Stop mode to display MAIN MENU.

2 Press AT_ to select "DVD."

3 Press SET to display DVD MAIN

MENU.

X

[] 4:3 Letterbo×:

Widescreen video data is played in

Letterbox style (top and bottom of screen display a black margin).

6 Press ACTION twice to exit this mode.

These displays will alert you to a missed operation or provide further instructions.

PLEASE SET CLOCK BY

PRESSING ACTION KEY

If you attempt to set or review a Timer

Recording or set the On-Timer and the Clock is not set...

If you press REC, and a cassette is inserted with no record tab...

20

8, 30

CHECK CASSETTE

RECORD TAB

TO CANCEL TIMER RED

HOLD DOWN STOP KEY

FOR APPROX 3 SEC

If you press STOP during a Timer Recording...

35

NO CASSETTE

If you press PLAY, FF, REW, or REC without a cassette inserted...

30-31

PLEASE PREPARE

FOR TIMER REC

If the unit is not in Stop mode, or cassette is not inserted, or cassette has no record tab, or tape is at its end two minutes before a Timer

Recording is about to begin...

34-35

VIDEO HEADS MAY

NEED CLEANING

PLEASE

INSERT HEAD

CLEANING CASSETTE

OR REFER TO MANUAL

END: PLAY

If head cleaning becomes necessary playing back a tape...

while

VCR LOCK ACTIVATED

PLEASE CHECK THE DISC,

AND FOR STAINS OR SCRATCHES

ON DISC

THIS DISC MAY NOT BE PLAYED iN YOUR REGION

If you press a function button other than

STOP/EJECT or POWER while the unit is in

VCR Lock mode...

If you press PLAY, or the unit reads data from a stained or scratched disc in DVD mode.

Also, if the type of disc is other than DVD or

CD...

Playback of a disc with different region number was attempted.

Only discs marked region "1 ,"

"ALL," or those that include "1" are playable on this unit.

THIS TYPE OF DISC CANNOT BE

PLAYED.

PLEASE INSERTA

DIFFERENT DISC

An unusable disc disc is not inserted is inserted with in the unit, or the

label side up.

37

10

10

9

68

No power.:.

Powe[ turns itself off.i:

,_:-_,

Completely insert Power Ptug into an AC outlet.

Set POWER button to ON.

Auto power-off (shut off) 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.

I3

1I-I2

45-46

Make sure your antenna system (TV or CABLE) is correctly set.

I4

Completely insert Power Ptug into an AC outlet.

I3

Set POWER button to ON.

11-12

Adjust BRIGHTNESS, SHARPNESS, and PICTURE controls in 28-29 the SET UP Video Adjustment.

Adjust VOLUME control.

22

Adjust SHARPNESS and PICTURE controls in the SET UP

Video Adjustment.

Adjust TINT and COLOR controls in the SET UP Video

Adjustment.

Install a directional antenna.

28-29

28-29

I4

Make sure the selected channel is in unit's memory.

Only the channel being recorded can be viewed on this unit.

I9

31

Make sure your antenna system (TV or CABLE), is correctly set.

Make sure cassette record tab is intact.

Check that clock is set to current time and date.

Make sure DSS/CABLE box (if used) is left on and tuned to channel to be recorded.

Set recording Start/Stop times correctly.

Timer recording may not be performed or continued if a power interruption of more than 1 minute occurs before or during a

Timer Recording, even after power is restored.

Adjust TRACKING control in either direction.

Try Head Cleaning.

37

8

I4

8

45

I4

34-35

Make sure VCR LOCK is set to off.

37

_iii i_ controlled.:: i

Unit Cannot be ii i i

IACTION, PLAY,

SELECT, SET POWER, etc. buttons cannot be selected..: i

Aim Remote directly at the remote sensor on the unit. Avoid any I2 object blocking signal path.

Inspect the remote batteries.

Make sure VCR LOCK is set to off.

8

37

Exposing unit remote sensor to direct fluorescent or outdoor light may cause signal interference.

Press TV/VCR for TV-VCR mode.

Press DVD for DVD mode.

I2

I2

I2

Check remote batteries.

8

This unit cannot play discs other than DVDs and CDs.

The disc may be dirty and require cleaning,

The picture will be somewhat distorted at times: this is normal.

9

10

Some discs may have sections which prohibit Forward/Reverse search.

47

The audio soundtrack and/or subtitle language selected at DVD 49-50 initial settings must exist on the disc,

Subtitles appear only when available on disc,

Select "ON" at the "Subtitle language" section to display subtitles.

50

50

Alternative language cannot be selected with discs which do not contain more than one language.

49

For some discs, alternative language cannot be selected with the AUDIO or SUB TITLE button, Try selecting it from the DVD 49 menu if available.

This function is dependent on software availability.

Even if disc has multiple angles, they may be recorded for specific scenes only (ANGLE Indicator on unit lights up).

61

Insert the cassette window side upl record tab facing you.

Completely insert Power Plug into an AC outlet.

Turn the POWER off and then on, and try ejecting or inserting the tape again.

8

12

Make sure cassette record tab is intact.

8

To enable Quick Play mechanism, the VCR cylinder will rotate for about 3 minutes. This reduces response time from Stop to

Play mode and from Play to Rewind Search mode.

Center for If you cannot resolve the problem, product assistance please at 1-800=211=PANA(7262).

call the Customer Satisfaction

To locate an authorized or, contact us via the web servicenter call toll free 1-800-211-PANA(7262) at:http:llwww.panasonic.comlcontactinfo

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Notassobrelasconexiones loscomponentes derealizar necesarios conectar quizas uncomponente deba cuidadosamente conectarlo.

demasiado conlosdedos.

[] Conexidn

de la antena

Conecte el cable de la antena al terminal

VHF/UHF de la unidad.

Antena

VHF

"_

Mezcl

Antena

UHF

_

2

[] Cone×i6n del cable

Conecte el cable suministrado per la compafiia de cable local al terminal VHF/

UHF de la unidad.

C_a de cables

Entrada del

(;ABLE

.... -=_ t

0

_ ?

J

Nota para el instalador

Este recordatorio tiene de! sistema la finalidad de CABLE: de Ilamar la atencion a los instaladores del sistema de

CABLE (television pot cable) sobre el articulo 820-40 de NEC que brinda pautas para una conexion a tierra apropiada y, en particular, especifica que la tierra del cable se deber& conectar al sistema de tierra del edificio, tan cerca del punto de ingreso del cable como sea practico.

i

Conecta videograbadores y otros equipos perifericos

[] Se usa el terminal Video

# t.

# ttt t

Por favor realice todas las conexiones cable o antena antes de conectar la alimentaci6n,

Enchufe el cable de alimentaci6n de la unidad en un tomacerriente

Presione POWER de CA.

en e! control remoto del o unidad.

Comienza de reloj y canal.

el ajuste autom&tico

* Si usa una caja de cables, debe encenderla y ajustarla al canal de servicio de difusi6n pC_blica

(PBS) en su zona horaria. Si usa un receptor

DSS 6ste debe estar apagado.

Si la configuraci6n aparecera no est& completa, la siguJente pantalla.

Verifique la cenexien de la antena/cable al terminal de entrada RF. luego prueee ajustar manualmente eJ relej de la siguiente manera.

a. Presione ACTION del control

remoto

para exhibit la pantalla de menQ SET

CLOCK.

Les botones de funciones no funcionar_n durante la €onfiguraci6n inicial.

• Para retirar un casete durante el ajuste automatico, presione EJECT en el control rerneto. Lueg0 aJuste manualmente.

• Dependiendo de las condiciones, el ajuste automatico de reloj podria Ilevar mas de 30 minutos.

En tal caso, presione STOP para detener la configuraci6 n y realizar los ajustes b. Presione AT para seleccionar el rues y presione SET para ajustarlo.

De la misma manera, seleccione y ajuste la fecha, aho, hora, y DST (hora de verano}.

- Presione 4 repetidamente para mover el cursor. Presione AT para realizar la correcclon.

i iii i

Los ajustes se realizan autom&ticamente.

Cuando se termina al configuraci6n, aparecera !a siguiente pantalla.

c. Presione ACTION dos veces para arrancar el reloj y salir.

iii I i

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[] M_todo 1"

Presione CH AT.

La exhibicion a siguiente manera.

cambiar& de

L!NEA:

Se exhibe la serial de la fuente conectada terminal de entrada AV.

SINTON!ZADOR:

Se exhibe la seral de la fuente conectada terminal VHF!UHF.

al al

[] M_todo 2:

Preslone INPUT.

La exhibicion cambiar& de la siguiente manera.

oxlzADoa]

[] M_todo 3:

1 Presione ACTION para acceder al

MENU PRINCIPAL.

2 Presione AT4_ para seleccionar

" TV", luego presione SET para acceder a la pantalla PREPARAR.

Seleccione

el canal deeeado:

Presiene CH AVe las teclas NUMBER.

Ajuste e! hive!

de volumen deseado:

Presione VOL ÷ o VOL -.

Cuando este seleccionando canales de

CABLE de1100 a1125 con las teclas

NUMBER, primero presione la tecla 100, y luego ingrese los dos digitos restantes.

Ejemplo

1:

Para seleccionar el canal 125, primero presione la tecla 100, ]uego 2, luego 5.

Ejemplo

2:

Para seleccionar el canal 12, primero presione el !, luego el 2.

Ejernp!o

3:

Para seleccionar el2.

el canal 2, primero presione

3 Presione AT para seleccionar

" ENTRADA", y luego presione SET

para seiecciona¢'

SlNTONIZADOR',

" LINEAR

Presione

R,TUNE

para exhibit

canal

que estaba rnirando.

el Ultimo

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Presione ACTION dos veces para salir de este mode.

Presione MUTE para apagar instantaneamente el sonido.

Presione de nueyo para restaura [ el sonido a su nivel anterior

I !nserte

una c!nta,

La a]imentaci6n de la unidad se conecta automaticamente

2 Presione PLAY para reproducir una cinta,

Si la cinta no tiene marca de grabaci6n, corn!enza la reprodu cci6n automatica.

[] B_squeda

de escena

hacia adelante o atras al Presione

EF/SLOW+

o REW/

SLOW-, b. Presione de nuevo o PLAY para cancelar,

Una vez comenzada la bL_squeda,cada presi6n adiciona! de FF o REW cambia la velocidad.

La velocidad de bQsqueda de FF y REW puede variar dependiendo de ta posici6n aotua! de !a cinta.

m Imagen fija (congelar) a. P[esione STILL/PAUSE, b, Pres!ene

PLAY para cancelar.

Im_genes en camara lenta ai Presione FF!SLOW+ (aumenta la velocidad) o REW/SLOW-

(disminuye la velocidad)

en el

modo de imagen fija, b, Presione PLAY para cancelar.

[] Irn_genes cuadro a cuadro a, Presione STILL/PAUSE en el modo de imagen fija,

b, Presione PLAY para cancelar, t Inserte una cinta con marca de

grabaci6n,

La alimentaci6n de la unidad se conecta au[omaucamente.

2

Presione CH AT 0 las teclas

NUMBER

para

seleccionar el canal.

Para entrada de "LINEA", censulte la pagina

22

3 Presione SPEED para seleccionar la

velocidad

p&gina 8),

de grabacion (consulte la

SP

SLP

= Reproducc_0n

= Reproducci6n

estandar

sQper larga

• Se exnlDe la velocldad selecoionad8.

4

Presione

grabaci6n.

REC

para

comenzar la

No puede VlSUahzar o_ro cana durante ta grabaci6n.

[] Grabaci6n de un toque (OTR)

Presione REC repetidamente para ajustar la duracion de la grabacion

4 horas._

(30 minutos -

, La unidad detiene la grabaci6n a la hora preajus[ada.

El indicaoor PROG TIMER se ilumina en ta unidad.

[] Pausar

una grabacidn

a, Presione STILL/PAUSE, b, Presio ne STILL/PAUSE para

retomar la grabaci6n.

Presion e sTOP.

[] Rebobinado

rapido

de una cinta

Presione REWiSLOWen el modo de detenci6n. Rebobina una cinta %120 en aproximadamente 1 minuto.

[] Avance de la cinta rapido hacia adelante

Presione FF/SLQW+ en el modo de detenciSn,

Expulsi6n de la cinta

Presione EJECT en el control remoto o

STOP/EJECT en la unidad.

• No es posJble grabar desde un DVD/CD a una c]n[a VHS usando esta umdad

• Despu6s de que la unidad ha estado en el modo de pausa de grabaci6n por cinco minutos, se detendra automaticamente para proteger ta cinta y el cabezal de video.

• El tiempo de grabaci6n restante de la grabaci6n de un toque se pueae exmDir presionando

DISPLAY.

Presione

STOP para

detener la grabaci6n,

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Puede establecer que sean grabados hasta 1 ocho programas mientras usted est& fuera. J

1 Presione PROG para exhibir la pantalla FIJAR PROGRAMACION,

2

Presione AT para seieccionar

" TEMPORIZADOR'.

3 Presione SET para exhibit

la pantaila.

• Si un programa ya esta en la memoria, preslone AT, y SET para seleccionar un nQmero de programa no usado.

5 Presione PROG para {erminar el

programa. Para ingresar m_s programas, presione AT para seleccionar y SET para ajustar un repita el paso 4.

4 Presione AT para seleccionar

o _1_ para ajustar

g rabaci6n.

la fecha de

y SET

- 1-31 = una vez

- DIARIO = diariamente de lunes a viernes

- SEMANAL = semanalmente de domingo a sabado ,a la mlsma hora una vez a ta semana)

Repita el paso 4 para ajustar:

- rtora de comlenzo hora de detenci6n

- Canal (o LINEA para una fuente de] extenor_

• Velocidad (SP, SLP) £jemp]o:

Fechade_ __

6 Presione PROG dos veces para salir de este modo.

• Siesta usando una caja de cables, asegQrese de que est¢ sintonizada en el canal deseado y de que la alimentaci6n se deje conectada para la grabaci6n con temporizador.

, El indicador PROG TIMER se ilumina en la unidad.

Para reemplazar

el programa...

a; Presione programa

AT para seleccionar deseado.

b.

Presione SET para

exhibir.

ca

Presione

AT para seleccionar y

presione

SET

o 4_para

ajustar

el un programa d. Presione nuevo.

PROG.

ii

_ _ :

[] Para b0rrar un programa... a; Pres!Qne

para seleccionar el

programa

deseado.

b,

Presione ADD/

DLT.

Mantenga

segundos temporizador.

presionado para

cancelar

STOP por algunos la grabaci6n

• Cualquier gFabaci6n diaria o semanal se realizara como estaba programado.

con

I

Presione POWER en el control

remoto o en la unidad.

2 Presione DVD para ajustar el modo

remoto a DVD.

3 Presione

OPEN/CLOSE.

Si ya esta insertado un disco, vaya al paso 5.

(Dependiendo del disco, la reproducci6n puede comenzar automaticamente.)

un disco

en la bandeja

de

4 Coloque

discos.

- su ete el disco por sus Doraes solamente con el lado impreso hacia arnba y use las guias para colocarlo en la bandeja. Use un disco de @ 3"(8 cm) o @ 5" (12 cm).

(

Cuando se usan teclas NUMBER de disco, el funcionamiento en el modo de televisi6n.

en el modo es diferente que

]

Ejemplo

t :

Para seleccionar el canal 12, primero presione ta tecla >=10, luego !, lueg0 2.

Ejemplo

2:

Para seleccionar el canal 2, primero presione el 2.

t

Presione

FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOW-

durante la reproducci6n.

, La Velocidad de bOsqueda, tenta al principio, aumenta con cada presi6n adicionat del bot6n hasta 5 niveles.

2 Presione PLAY para cancelar.

e

8 Presione PLAY para comenzar

la

reproducci6n.

se cierra

La bandeja automaticamente.

de disco

, Tambi6n pueae cerrar la bandeja presionando

OPENICLOSE.

El tlempo de lecmra ae los datos difiere con cada disco.

Si se usa un DVD

]_iemplo interactivo y aparece

principal

un men5 del

DVD.

vaya

al

paso

6.

INFORMACION t

6

Presione

AT4_, para seieccionar titulo y presione SET para comenzar el la reproducci6n.

O, presione las teclas NUMBER para comenzar a reproducir autom&ticamente.

• El nd_merode titulos disponibles varia con cada disco.

[] Detenci6n de un disco

_resione STOP para detener la reproduccion.

[] Para volver al menu

principal

del

DVD {so detiene la reproducci6n)

Presione TITLE. MENU o RETURN.

7

Presione OPEN/CLOSE para expuisar el disco.

t

Presione SKIP÷ Iil¢_Jo SKIP- J_t_lI

durante Ia reproducci6n.

DVD y CD

, At presionar SKIP- 14"_ una vez hasta ta mitad durante un capitulo o pista se vuelve al comienzo de ese capitulo o pista. Cada presi6n adicionat salta hacia arras un capitulo o pista.

Posicidn de reproduccidn actual

1

Lcaplmlo Pista I [email protected]

Saltarhaciaamis

I Capitulo Pista I

4:--_--_ - Saltarhaciaadelante

OVO-RAM

AI p[esionar SKIP. I_ una vez a la mitad a traves de un programa/lista de reproduccidn se vuelve al comienzo de ta programa/lista de reproduccidn.

Cada vez adicional que se presiona se vuelve un programa/tista de reproducci6n para atras.

Posicidn de reproduccidn actual Marcador

P programa

;

ListaI [email protected]_

Lista[

[de reproducc dn | de repro{tucc dn Jde reproducc 6n l

Saltarhaciaa_rfis _ --_ Saltarhacia adelante

2 Cada vez Rue se presiona un capituIo

{DVD), pista {CD) o programa/lista

de

reproducci6n/marcador (DVD-RAM).

Desconecta ta alimentaci6n despues que la unidad ha estado en el modo de detencion exhibiendo el fondo de pantalla durante unos cinco minutos.

t

Presione STILL!PAUSE

durante

la

reproducc!6n,

*DVD:

La unidad ingresara en el modo de imagen fija.

-CD:

La unidad ingresara al modo de pausa.

2 Presione PLAY para cancelar.

Puede cambiar el idloma de la banda sonora, seleccionado en los ajustes de funciona _niento del DVD, a un idioma diferente, s_ esta dispomble.

I

Presione

AUDIO en el modo de

reproducci6n

para exhibir la selecci6n de audio en la pantalla.

• La exhibici6n desapareoe despu6s de cinco segundos.

I Presione STILLIPAUSE en el modo

de imagen fija;

-Cada presi6n avanza la imagen un cuadro.

Mantenga presionado para obtener un avance continuo de los cuadros.

2 Presione PLAY para cancelar.

NUMBER para seleccionar el idioma deseado,

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ire't m

, ¢!

t Presione FF/SLOW+ o REW/SLOW-

en el modo de imagen fija.

Velocidad de camara lenta, lenta al principio, aumenta con cada presi6n adicional del bot6n hasta 5 niveles.

2 Presione

PLAY para cancelar.

]

La unidad memoriza el punto donde se presiona STOP en la pantalla).

(exhibicion de PARADA I_

Presione PLAY para retomar la reproduccion a partir de ese punt0.

A! presi0nar STOP de nuevo o abrir la bandeja se cance!a

la funcion de continuaci6n, esta funcion sin embargo, cuando conecta la alimentaci6n.

no se cancela se desconecta y

Puede seleccionar un idioma de subtitulos diferente (si se ofrece) al ajustado en los ajuste s de funcionamiento del DVD.

1 Presione SUB

TITLE en el modo de reproducci6n

para

exhibir la selecci6n de subtitulos

pantal!a_

, La exhibici6n en la desaparece despu6s de cinco segundos.

2 Presione

SUB

TITLE, AT, o teclas NUMBER para seleccionar

el

idioma deseado.

Si entre laS Caracteristicas del DVD-RAM incluye una lista de [eproducci6n, a fin de brindar un facil acceso se exhibe su lista preseleccionada funcionamiento de escenas puede come edit6 e! DVD-RAM.) variar favoritas.

de acuerdo

(El a se

1 Presione

PLAYLIST

en el modo de

reproducci6n

/ detenci6n

para

exhibir

el menQ de lista

de

reproducci6n.

J

Si entre las caractedsticas del DVD-RAM se incluye un Navegador directo, se exhibe una

I_sta de titu os grabados.

Simplemente se eccione un nQmero de titulo y comience la reproducci6n [EI funcionamiento puede varlar con cada d_sco usaao.)

1 Presione D.NAVl

en el modo de

reproducci6nldetenci6n

para

exhibir

el ment_ del Navegador directo.

2 Presione

AT para seleccionar una

p_gina y presione _1_ o las teclas

NUMBER para seleccionar un titulo

(n_mero de !ista de reproducci6n).

2 Presione AT para seleccionar

una

p&gina y presione _1_ o las teclas

NUMBER para seleccionar un titulo

(n_mero de programa).

3 Presione

SET o PLAY, para comenzar la reproducci6n,

No es necesario que presione SET o PLAY cuando est6 usando tas teclas NUMBER.

AI usar las teclas NUMBER se

comienza

autom_ticamente la reproducci6n,

• El nC_merode titulos disponibles varia con cada disco.

Ejemplo

Para seleccionar

Para seleccionar presione e! des.

el nQmero 12, primero presione la tec!a _10, luego 1, luego dos.

Ejemplo 2: el nQmero 2, primero

4 Presione PLAYLIST para borrar el men_ de lista de reproducci6n.

3 Presione

SET o PLAY para comenzar la reproducci6n,

...............

presionar SET o PLAY cuando est6 usando las teclas NUMBER.

AI usar las teclas NUMBER se

comienza

automaticamente la reproducci6n,

. El nQmerode titu]os dtsponibles vada con caaa disco.

Ejemplo 1:

Pa "a seleccionar el nL_mero 12, primero presione la tecla =>10, luego 1, luego dos.

Ejemplo

2:

Para seleccionar el nOmero 2, primero presione el dos.

4

Presione

D.NAVl

para borrar el mem_ del Navegador directo,

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 Infanteria, Km. 9.5 San Gabriel Industrial

Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985

Panasonic/Quasar

Video

Products

Limited

Warranty

Limited Warranty

Coverage

If your product does not work properly because of a defect in materials or workmanship, Panasonic

Consumer Electronics Company or Panasonic Sales Company (collectively referred to as "the warrantor") will, for the length of the period indicated on the chart below, which starts with the date of original purchase

("warranty period"), at its option either (a) repair your product with new or refurbished parts, or (b) replace it with a new or a refurbished product. The decision to repair or replace will be made by the warrantor.

Product

Camcorder

Parts

One (1) Year (except CCD Ninety

Labor

(90) Days

Image Sensor)

CCD Image Sensor - 6 (Six) Ninety (90) Days

Months

DVD/VCR

A/V Mixer

Deck,

TV/VCR, TV/DVD,

TV/DVD/VCR

Combination

TV/HDR

Combination

Rechargeable

Batteries

(in exchange for defective item)

Tape

(in exchange for defective item)

Memory Cards

(in exchange for defective item)

One (I) Year

One (1) Year (except CRT)

CRTTwo (2) Years

One (I) Year (except

CRT - Two (2) Years

Ten (I0) Days

Five (5) Days

Ninety (90) Days

CRT)

Ninety (90) Days

Ninety (90) Days

Ninety (90) Days

Ninety (80) Days

Ninety (90) Days

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Service

Carry-In or Mail-In

Contact

Number

1-800-211-PANA(7282)

Carry-In or Mail-In 1-800-211-PANA(7282)

Carry-in: 21" CRT and Smaller

In-Home or Carry-In: 22" CRT and 1-800-211-PANA(7282)

Larger

In-Home or Carry-in 1-888-843-9788

Carry-in or Mail-In

Carry-in or Mail-In

Carry-in or Mail-In

1-800-211-PANA(7282)

1-800-211-PANA(7282)

1-800-211-PANA(7282)

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During the "Labor" warranty period there will be no charge for labor During the "Parts" warranty period, there will be no charge for parts You must carry-in or mail-in your product or arrange for in-home service, as applicable, during the warranty period.

If non-rechargeable batteries are included, they are not warranted.

This warranty only applies to products purchased and serviced in the United States or Puerto Rico. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser of a new product which was not sold "as is' A purchase receipt or other proof of the origina{ purchase date is required for warranty service.

Carry-in, Mail-in or In-Home

Service

For Carry-In, Mail-In or In-Home Service (as applicable) in the United States call toll free contact number listed above or visit Panasonic Web Site: http://www.panasonic

com

For assistance in Puerto Rico call Panasonic Sales Company (787)-750-4300 or fax (787)-768-2910

In-Home service, if applicable, requires clear, complete and easy access to the product by the authorized servicer and does not include removal or re-instmlation of an installed product It is possible that certain in-home repairs will not be completed in-home, but will require that the product, or parts of the product, be removed for shop diagnosis and/or repair and then returned

Limited Warranty Limits And Exclusions

This warranty ONLY COVERS failures due to defects in matedals or workmanship, and DOES NOT COVER normal wear and tear or cosmetic damage, nor does it cover markings or retained images on the picture tube resulting from viewing fixed images (including, among other things, letterbox pictures on standard 4:3 screen TV's, or non-expanded standard

4:3 pictures on wide screen TV's, or onscreen data in a stationary and fixed location) The warranty ALSO DOES NOT

COVER damages which occurred in shipment, or failures which are caused by products not supplied by the warrantor,

or failures which result from accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, mishandling, misapplication, alteration, faulty installation, set-up adjustments, misadjustment of consumer controls, improper maintenance, power line surge, lightning damage, modification, or commercial use (such as in a hotel, office, restaurant, or other business), rental use of the product, service by anyone other than a Factory Servicenter or other Authorized Servicer, or damage that is attributable to acts of

God.

THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES EXCEPT AS LISTED

UNDER

"LIMITED WARRANTY

COVERAGE".

THE WARRANTOR iS NOT LIABLE FOR iNCiDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE

USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARiSiNG OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY.

(As examples, this excludes damages for lost time, cost of having someone remove or re-install an installed unit if applicable, or travel to and from the servicer, loss of media or images, data or other memory or recorded content.

The items listed are not exclusive, but are for illustration only.)

ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,

TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY.

ARE LIMITED

Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidenta_ or consequential damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the exclusions 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 warrantor's Consumer Affairs Department at the addresses listed for the warrantor

PARTS AND SERVICE (iNCLUDiNG COST OF AN IN-HOME SERVICE CALL, WHERE APPLICABLE) WHICH ARE

NOT COVERED BY THIS LiMiTED WARRANTY ARE YOUR RESPONSIBiLiTY.

Purchases

]

Purchase

Parts, Accessories visiting our Web Site at:

htt ://www.

asc.

anasonic.com

and instruction Books online for all Panasonic Products by or, send your request by E-mail to:

_anasonic.com

You may also contact us dJrectJy at:

1-880-332-8368 (Phone) 1-800-237-9080 (Fax Only) (Monday - Friday 9 am to 8 pro, EST.)

Panasonic

Services Company

20421 84th Avenue South,

Kent, WA 98032

(We Accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, and Personal Checks)

For hearing or speech impaired TTY users, TTY : 1-866-605-1277 j

As of October 2003 '79

80

Angle

Some from view upontheunit different

Bitstream

This channels form itisdecoded itsvarious

Frame still and field still

Frames are the still pictures that go together to make a moving picture There are about 30 frames shown each second One frame is made up of two fields A regular television shows these fields one after the other to create frames.

A still is shown when you pause a moving picture A frame still is made up of two alternating fields, so the picture may appear blurred, but overall quality is high A field still is not blurred, but it has only half the information of a frame still so picture quality is lower

Linear

PCM (pulse code modulation)

sections can numbers.

These are uncompressed digital signals, similar to those found on CDs.

Decoder

A decoder restores the coded audio signals on DVDs to normal. This is called decoding.

Regional Code

This is a copyright protection measure unique to

DVD-Video.

There are 6 regional codes worldwide In order to play a disc encoded with a regional code, the

DVD player must be equipped with the same code.

Dolby Digital

This is a method of coding digita_ signals developed by

Dolby Laboratories Apart from stereo (2-channel) audio, these signals can also be maltichannel audio A large amount of audio information can be recorded on one disc using this method.

Sampling bit number

This is the resolution shown in number of bits to determine how faithfully the sampled analog frequency was expressed at the time the signal is converted from analog to digital.

Dolby Pro Logic

A surround system where a 4-channel audio track is recorded as 2 channels and then is restored to 4 channels for play. The surround channel is monaural and can reproduce up to 7 kHz

Sampling Frequency

This is the number of times sampling is performed in (1) second shown in Hz units at the time the signal is converted from analog to digital using the PCM method

The greater the number, the higher the sound quality.

DTS (Digital

Theater

Systems)

This surround system is used in many movie theaters around the world.

There is good separation between the channels, so realistic sound effects are possible

Subtitles

Written dialogue which appears at the bottom of the screen

Dynamic range

Dynamic range is the difference between the lowest level of sound that can be heard above the noise of the equipment and the highest level of sound before distortion occurs.

DVD

A high-density optical disc on which high-quality pictures and sound have been digitally recorded.

DVD incorporates new video compression techno{ogy (MPEG

II) and high-density recording technology which allow entire movies to be recorded with incredible playback quality.

Film and video

DVD-Videos are recorded using either film or video.

Usually, film is recorded at 24 frames per second, the rate movies are filmed at, while video is recorded at 30 frames per second.

Time Number

The elapsed play time from the start of a disc or titEe. 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 CDs to allow specific tracks to be quickly located

V.S.S. Feature

Virtual surround sound playback is possible even with only 2 speakers.

For example, using this unit's built-in speakers, the 2 speakers of a connected stereo, etc., you can enjoy a surround sound effect.

If the disc was recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1 ch, with just the two front

L/R speakers, you will feel as if you are hearing sound from nonexistent speakers on both sides of you. This effect also works with Dolby Digital 2-channel discs

Picture Tube

¢ideo Recording

System

_udio Track

Broadcast

Channels

CABLE Channels

27 inch measured diagonal 110 ° deflection Picture Tube

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 W (23 ~ 36)

Hyperband AA ~ EEE (37 ~ 64)

Lowband A-5 ~ A-1 (95 ~ 99)

Special CABLE channel 5A (01)

Ultraband 65 ~ 94, 100 ~ 125

Power Source

Power

Consumption

Power On

Power Off television

Speaker

System

_perating

Temperature

3perating Humidity

Neight

Dimensions

[WxHxD)

120 V AC, 60 Hz

Approx 150 W

Approx 1.5W

EIA Standard NTSC color

2 pieces 5 W

5 °C ~ 35 °C (41 °F ~ 95 °F)

10 % ~ 75 %

42 kg (925 Ibs.)

772 mm (30-3/8") x 654 mm (25-3/4") x 533 mm (21")

Compact

CD-RW)

(DVD-Video, DVD?R)

disc (CD+DA, CB-R,

12 cm (5")single-sided, single-layer

12 cm (5") single-sided, double-layer

12 cm (5") double-sided, double-layer

(one layer per side)

8 cm (3") single-sided, single-layer

8cm (3")single-sided, double-layer

8 cm (3") double-sided, double-layer

(one layer per side)

5" (12 cm) 94 GB (double-sided) and 47 GB (single-sided)

3" (8 cm) 2.8 GB (double-sided)

5" (12 cm) disc

3" (8 cm) disc

3ptical

digital

output

_avetength

Optical connector

655 nm (DVD)

790 nm (CD)

Laser power: CLASS II

* Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice.

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82

A

Accessories .................................................

ACTION button ..........................................

AC Power Plug ..........................................

ADD/DELETE/CLEAR button ...................

Add or Delete a Channel ...........................

ANGLE button ...........................................

ANGLE Indicator .......................................

Audio Adjustment ......................................

AUDIO button ............................................

Audio Input Connector ................................

Audio Menu ...............................................

Audio Mode for Playback ..........................

Audio Mode for Recording ........................

Audio Mode for TV Viewing ......................

Audio Mute ................................................

Audio Output Connector (L/R) ..................

Audio Soundtrack

Auto-Power

Language

Off function

.....................

............................

Automatic Channel Setting .......................

Automatic Clock Setting ............................

Auto Playback ...........................................

Auto Rewind ..............................................

Auto Shut Off .............................................

B

Before Requesting Service .......................

Blocking Message .....................................

Blue Screen Display ..................................

Built In Speakers .......................................

C

Canadian English Language Ratings ........ 42

Canadian French Language Ratings ........ 43

Cancel a Timer Recording:

(Recording is in progress) .........................

Caption On Mute Feature ..........................

35

27

Cassette Compartment .............................

Change Language Setting ........................

Changing your secret code .......................

Channel & Function Display ......................

CHANNEL UP/DOWN button ...................

12

21

39

45

11

Closed Caption Mode Feature ..................

26

Commercial

Connecting

Skip .......................................

the Audio Output Terminal

33

..... 16

Connecting

Connecting the AV Input Terminals the RF in Terminal

...........

.................

Copy Your Tapes (Dubbing) ......................

15

14

38

68

44

45

12

28

33

31

24

23

13

49

46

19

20

36

36

45

2

11

13

11

19

11

12

29

11

D

Digital Auto Tracking .................................

Direct Navigator ........................................

Discs that can be played .............................

Disc Handling

Disc Languages

............................................

........................................

37

53

9

10

62

Disc Operation -Using Information Screen-.....

54

Disc Tray ...................................................

12

DISPLAY button ........................................

11

DST (Daylight Saving Time) ........................

DVD button ................................................

DVD Volume Adjust ...................................

8

11

60

E

Eject tape ..................................................

Enter Secret Code .....................................

30

39

F

FF/SLOW+ button .....................................

11

Forward/Reverse Chapter/Track Skip [Disc]...

47

Forward/Reverse Rapid Scene Search [Disc]. 47

Forward/Reverse scene search [Tape].....

30

Frame by Frame Picture [Disc] .................

47

Frame by Frame picture [Tape] .................

30

H

Head Cleaning ............................................

8

I

Important

Index

Safeguards

Search and Precautions

.............................................

Information Display ...................................

Initial Setup (Ready to Play) ......................

INPUT button ............................................

...... 6

32

51

18

11

L

Language Code List ..................................

63

Loading the Batteries ..................................

8

Location of Controls ..................................

11

M

Main Menu of DVD ....................................

Manual Clock Setting ................................

Manual Tracking Control ...........................

MENU/PLAY LIST button ..........................

Multiple Angle Viewing ..............................

MUTE button .............................................

N

NUMBER Keys ..........................................

11

O

ON-TIMER .................................................

25

One Touch Recording (OTR) ....................

ON TIMER Indicator ..................................

31

12

OPEN/CLOSE/EJECT button ...................

11

Optical digital audio output connector ....... 13

48

20

37

11

61

11

P

Pause

Playback

PLAY a Recording button

....................................

Phones Jack ..............................................

Picture Zoom .............................................

Playback Auto Eject ..................................

a Tape ........................................

Play a DVD-RAM ......................................

..............................................

Play Disc ...................................................

Play List .....................................................

POWER button ..........................................

46

53

11

Prevent Accidental

PROGRAM button

Tape Erasure ................

....................................

8

11

Program Play .............................................

Program Repeat Play ................................

PROG TIMER Indicator .............................

58

59

12

31

12

51

36

30

52

11

R

Random Play .............................................

Rapid Fast forward tape ............................

Rapid Rewind tape ....................................

Rapid Tune ................................................

RAPID TUNE button .................................

Receivable Broadcast Types ....................

Record/Playback

Recording

Time ................................

and Playing Back a Closed

Caption/Text Program ...............................

Record On a Tape .....................................

REC button ................................................

27

31

11

Region Management Information ..............

10

Remote Control Buttons ............................

Remote Sensor .........................................

11

12

59

30

30

23

11

24

8

Repeat Play ...............................................

33

Reset all unit Memory Functions ...............

21

RESUME Function ....................................

47

Review, Replace or Clear Program Contents :

(Recording is not in progress) ........................

REW/SLOWbutton ..................................

35

11

S

Safety Precaution ........................................

Safety Precautions ......................................

Selecting AUDIO OUTPUT .......................

Selecting Input Mode ................................

Selecting STILL MODE .............................

Selecting TV MODE ..................................

SELECT AT_II_ button ............................

BET button ................................................

Bet Up to Programs ...................................

SKIP+/CM SKIP/ZERO SEARCH button.

34

11

BKIP-/SEARCH button .............................

Sleep Timer ...............................................

11

25

Slow Motion Picture [Disc] ........................

Slow Motion picture [Tape] ........................

Spanish Quick Use Guide .........................

47

30

70

2

64

4

22

65

66

11

11

SPEED/RETURN

STILL/PAUSE button ...........................

button ................................

Still (Freeze) picture [Tape] .......................

Still (Pause) Picture [Disc] ........................

Stop a Record ...........................................

Stop a Tape ...............................................

STOP button ..............................................

Subtitle Language .....................................

SUB TITLE button .....................................

SURROUND/VSS button ..........................

Surround Sound System ...........................

T

Table of Contents ........................................

Time Zone Adjust ......................................

TITLE/D.NAVl

button ................................

Title Menu of DVD .....................................

To clean disc surface ................................

To View a Blocked Program/Movie

TRACKING UP/DOWN button

...........

..................

44

11

TV/VCR button ..........................................

11

TV/VCR Status & Clock Display ...............

45

3

21

11

48

10

11

11

30

47

31

30

11

50

11

11

23

U

Unit Buttons ...............................................

12

Using the CH/VOL Button .........................

22

Using the Number and 100 keys ...............

23

Using the NUMBER keys [Disc] ................

47

US MOVIES Ratings .................................

40

US TV PROGRAMS Ratings ....................

41

V

V-Lock Control ..........................................

37

V.B.S.

(Virtual Surround Sound) ...............

61

VC R Lock ..................................................

37

VHF/UHF Antenna Input Terminal ............

13

Video Adjustment ......................................

29

Video Input Connector ..............................

Video Menu ...............................................

12

28

Vocal selection for Karaoke discs .............

49

VOLUME UP/DOWN button .....................

11

W

Warning and Instruction Displays .............

67

Weak Signal Display Feature ....................

23

Z

Zero Search ..............................................

ZOOM/COUNTER

33

RESET button ............

11

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Panasonie Consumer

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Division

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Company,

Corporation

of America

One Panasonic Way Secaucus, New Jersey 07094

Panasonic Sales Company

("PSC"),

Division

of Matsushita Electric of Puerto

Rico, Inc.

Ave. 65 de Infanteria, Kin. 9.5

San Gabriel industrial Park, Carolina, Puerto Rico 00985

Printed in Indonesia

LSQT0775 A

S0904-0

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