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Controls and Components

Keep this page open as you read through the Operating Instructions. Refer to it for the control and component names and
numbers which appear in the text.

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See page 4. (VCR Operation)


See page 6. (TV Operation)
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Preparing the Remote
Control

VCR Operation Inserting Remote Control


When you want to operate the VCR, set the VCR/TV switch N
to VCR.
Batteries
1 1 Slide off the battery cover.
2 Numeric buttons
To select the programme positions (199) of the VCR.
Example:
09: 9

19: 1 9
2 2 Insert the batteries with the
To enter a ShowView number. polarity (+ and -) correctly

To enter numbers for various settings.


- aligned.

+ +
6 No function
-
3
= Tape Counter Reset button
To reset the tape counter (elapsed time) to 0:00.00.
The tape counter is automatically reset to 0:00.00
when a video cassette is inserted. 3 Replace the battery cover.

@ No function

O Infra-red transmitter

T Child Lock Function buttons Notes for Battery Replacement:


(Convenient function to prevent unauthorized use) The service life of the batteries is approximately 1 year.
This function deactivates all buttons on the VCR and the However, it varies considerably depending on the
remote control. Use this function, when you do not want frequency of use.
other people to operate the VCR. When they are exhausted, replace them with two AA, UM3,
To Activate the Child Lock Function: or R6 size batteries.
1 Hold down the OK and the OFF (i) buttons T When the batteries are exhausted, remove them
simultaneously until the !" hold indication appears immediately and dispose of them correctly.
in the VCR display. Make sure that the batteries are inserted with the polarity
If you press a button while the Child Lock function is (+ and -) correctly aligned.
on, the !" hold indication appears in the VCR Do not mix old battery with new battery.
display to inform you that no operation is possible. Do not mix different battery types, i.e. Alkaline and
Manganese.
Do not use rechargeable (Ni-Cd) batteries.
Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries.
When you do not use the remote control for a long time,
VCR display take out the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place.

If the Sliding Cover of the Remote Control


Indication when the Child Lock function is activated Becomes Detached
If the sliding cover of the remote control becomes detached
To Cancel the Child Lock Function:
accidentally, fit it securely in place by placing it on the top of
1 Hold down the OK and the OFF (i) buttons T
the remote control at the position shown in the illustration
simultaneously until the !" hold indication
below, and pushing it down until it clicks into position.
disappears.
It is not possible to fit the sliding cover in place by pushing
If you disconnect the power cable, the Child Lock
or sliding it on from the bottom end of the remote control.
function is automatically cancelled after the power
backup time of approximately 60 minutes has
elapsed.

Z Cassette compartment

[ Infra-red Remote Control Receiver window

] VCR display
Correct Wrong

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Warning and Important Information

As this equipment gets hot during use, operate it in a


well ventilated place; do not install this equipment in a
confined space such as a book case or similar unit.

IMPORTANT
Your attention is drawn to the fact that the recording of
pre-recorded tapes or discs or other published or
broadcast material may infringe copyright laws.

WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO
NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.

FOR YOUR SAFETY


DO NOT REMOVE OUTER COVER.
To prevent electric shock, do not remove cover. There are
no user serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.

Remarks
1. This VCR is also capable of receiving SECAM type
broadcasting programmes (SECAM B/G) and recording/
playing back its colour television signals.
2. When a cassette which has been recorded on this VCR
is played back on a SECAM VCR, the picture may be
reproduced in black and white. When it is played back
on a PAL VCR without SECAM capability, the picture
may not be reproduced in normal colour.
3. When cassettes recorded on a SECAM VCR or SECAM
pre-recorded cassettes are played back on this VCR,
the picture may be reproduced in black and white.
4. This VCR is not designed for use in France, where a
SECAM VCR should be used instead.

Press the VCR-ON/OFF button 1 to switch the VCR from on


to standby mode or vice versa. In the standby mode, the VCR
is still connected to the mains.

SHOWVIEW is a trademark of Gemstar Development


Corporation. The SHOWVIEW system is manufactured under
licence from Gemstar Development Corporation.

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Setting the Remote Control to Operate Your TV

Only Panasonic TVs can be operated with the provided


remote control. The 3 Methods for Switching
to the AV Input on Your Panasonic TV
The settings for operating the TV with the remote control
Your Panasonic TV uses one of three different methods for
have already been made.
switching between TV reception and the AV input(s). Perform
No additional settings need to be performed.
the operations steps listed for the switching methods A, B
and C below to determine which one your Panasonic TV
However, some Panasonic TVs cannot be operated using
uses.
this remote control.

A 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV.


TV Operation
The explanations below show you what functions individual 2 Press the AV button 3 to switch to the AV Input.
buttons have when the VCR/TV switch N is set to TV. Each press of the AV button 3 switches between
TV reception and AV Input(s).
1 TV-ON/OFF button B 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV.
To switch the TV on from standby mode (OFF) or vice
versa. 2 Press the AV button 3.
On some TVs it is only possible to switch the TV to Colour bars for selecting the AV Input appear on
standby mode (OFF) with this button, but not on. In this the TV screen.
case, try to turn the TV on with one of the following
buttons: 3 Follow the instructions displayed on the TV screen
Numeric buttons 2 to select the desired AV Input from the displayed
AV button 3 colour bars for the AV Input by pressing the
Channel button M corresponding colour button @ (red) :, DATEi
(green) ;, ONi (yellow) F or OFFi (blue) E on
2 Numeric buttons the remote control.
To select the programme positions (199) on the TV.
C 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to TV.
3 AV button
To select the desired AV input on the TV. 2 Press the AV 3 button.
The last previously selected AV Input indication
M Channel button appears on the TV screen. The indications for
To select the desired programme position (TV station) on selecting another AV Input also appear,
the TV. but they disappear a few seconds later.

U Teletext buttons 3 Before the indications for selecting another AV


If your TV is equipped for Teletext reception, you can use Input disappear, press the ? button :, DATEp p
these buttons to change the teletext information button ;, ONp p button F or OFFp p button E to
displayed on the screen and select desired information. select the desired AV input.
For details, refer to your TVs operating instructions. With the following four buttons, you can move and
select as follows:
V TV ASPECT button ? :: Move left
To switch the screen format between the wide-screen DATEp p ;: Move down
and other formats. ONpp F: Move up
OFFp p E: Move right
W VOLUME button
To adjust the volume of the TV.

X TV/TEXT button
To switch between normal TV mode and teletext mode.

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Connecting the VCR to a TV

If you are connecting your VCR to a TV using RF coaxial cable and 21-pin Scart cable, then
Method 1. follow the steps below. (AV Connection)

Aerial (not supplied)

c
Aerial lead
` (not supplied)
TV (not supplied)

Aerial Input
AC Input socket
socket _

21- Scart cable to AV1


(not supplied) 21-pin Scart
socket
AC Mains lead RF Coaxial cable (supplied)
(supplied) Must be connected to To AC Mains
watch TV channels even socket
if 21-pin Scart cable is
used to connect VCR to
TV.

After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto Setup page (Page 8).

If you are connecting your VCR to a TV using only RF coaxial cable, then follow the
or Method 2. steps below. (RF Connection)

Aerial (not supplied)

c
Aerial lead
(not supplied)
TV (not supplied)

Aerial Input
AC Input socket
socket _

RF Coaxial cable (supplied)


Must be connected to
AC Mains lead (supplied) watch TV channels.
To AC Mains
socket

After completing the above connections, proceed to the Auto Setup page (Page 9).

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If you are connecting your VCR to a TV using Method 1, Hint:
follow the operations explained below. If you select Schweiz, Suisse or Svizzera on the
Country setting menu, the Functions setting menu appears
Auto Setup Function automatically to let you set the item Power save to ON.
In this setting, the VCRs power consumption is minimised
The Auto Setup function automatically tunes all available TV when it is off (Standby mode). To turn the VCR on, keep the
stations and sets the VCRs clock to the current date and VCR-ON/OFF button 1 pressed on the VCR main unit. It is
time. If the tuning and time/date settings are not correct, not possible to turn it on with the remote control.
performing timer recordings is not possible.

01 Switch the TV on.

02 Select the AV input on your TV. When the clock setting menu appears after Auto Setup
has finished:
03 Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
1 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to set the correct
04 Press the VCR-ON/OFF button On Screen Display time and date.
1 to switch the VCR on. Country
VCR

The Country setting menu Belgi Deutschland 2 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
appears on the TV screen. Belgique
Belgien
sterreich
Portugal
Danmark Suomi
Espaa Sverige
05 Press the Cursor buttons France
Italia
Schweiz
Suisse
(3421) P to select the Nederland
Norge
Svizzera
others
To Confirm that the TV Stations Have Been
country where you are using Tuned Correctly by the Auto Setup
Menu for Country setting
the VCR.
Function
VCR
06 Press the OK button R and the Auto-Setup On Screen Display
VCRs Auto Setup automatically Country : others 1 Press the MENU button S to VCR
Main menu
Tuning : Ch 21
starts and tunes all available TV display the OSD Main menu
Timer recording
stations and also sets the clock. on the TV screen.
Tuning
This takes about 5 minutes. Clock setting

Functions
Indication during Auto Setup
VCR
2 Press the Cursor buttons Tuning
VCR display
07 When the indication shown CVC SP (34) P to select Tuning Manual

on the right appears on the and press the OK button R Auto-Setup Restart

VCR display, the Auto Setup then select Manual. Shipping condition

Indication when Auto Setup


is complete.
is complete
VCR
Tuning

08 Press the MENU button S 3 Press the OK button R to Pos


1
Name
ARD
Ch
1

for more than 5 seconds so display the list of tuned TV 2 ZDF 2


3 N3 19
that the RF output channel Indication when the RF output stations and confirm that all 4 HR3 26
5 BR3 18
number appears on the VCR channel is 36 (example) available TV stations have 6 RB3 3
7 SFB3 36
display. been set correctly. 8 SW3 29

The initial setting is channel 36. List of tuned TV stations


(example)
09 Press the Numeric button 0
2 so that the displayed RF
output channel number Indication after changing the RF 4 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
output channel to
changes to .
When the station names and/or channel numbers have not
been set correctly:
10 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. See page 21 for details.

To Cancel the Auto Setup Before It Has Finished


Press the EXIT button Q.

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If you are connecting your VCR to a TV using Method 2,
follow the operations explained below. When the clock setting menu appears after Auto Setup
has finished:
To be able to watch the VCR picture on the TV, RF connection See page 8.
requires the video playback channel to be set on the TV.

1 Switch the TV on. To Confirm that the TV Stations Have Been


2 Select an unoccupied programme position (which is Tuned Correctly by the Auto Setup
not tuned to a TV station). Function
If you are using a Panasonic TV, select programme See page 8.
position 0.

3 Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.


4 Press the VCR-ON/OFF button 1 to switch the VCR
on.
If the Picture on the TVs Video Playback
5 Press the MENU button S VCR display
for more than 5 seconds.
Channel Is Distorted
The number of the RF If, after setup, you select the video playback channel
output channel appears on the TV and view a TV programme on a programme
on the VCR display. Indication when the RF output position selected on the VCR, some interference may
The initial setting is
channel is 36 (example) occur in certain cases. If this happens, you can minimise
channel 36. the distortion by changing the RF output channel on the
VCR to another number. Follow the operations below.

6 Tune your TV until the test pattern shown on the right 1 Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
appears on the TV screen.
Now, the setting of the RF output channel is 2 Press the MENU button S for more than 5 seconds.
complete. The number of the RF output channel appears on the
On Screen Display
As the tuning method VCR display.
differs depending on the The initial setting is
VCR
TV you are using, refer Ch:36 channel 36.
to your TVs operating
instructions for details Indication when the RF output
about tuning. channel is 36 (example)
Indication of the test pattern
7 Press the OK button R. 3 Press the numeric buttons 2 to change the RF
VCR
The Country setting menu Country output channel.
appears on the TV screen. Belgi Deutschland
Enter a channel number which differs by 2 or 3 from
Belgique sterreich
Belgien
Danmark
Portugal
Suomi
the one initially set number. For example, as the
8 Press the Cursor buttons Espaa Sverige original number is 36, enter 39.
France Schweiz
(3421) P to select the Italia Suisse
Nederland Svizzera
country where you are Norge others

using the VCR. Menu for Country setting Indication after changing the RF
output channel to 39 (example)
9 Press the OK button R VCR
Auto-Setup
and the VCRs Auto Setup 4 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
Country : others
automatically starts and Tuning : Ch 21
tunes all available TV
stations and also sets the Note When You Have Changed the RF Output Channel:
clock. This takes about 5 After changing the RF output channel to a different number,
minutes. be sure to retune your TV to the VCRs new RF output
Indication during Auto Setup
If you select Schweiz, channel. (For details about tuning, refer to your TVs
Suisse or Svizzera on operating instructions.)
SP
the Country setting menu, CVC

see page 8. 1 Press the MENU button S for more than 5 seconds.
Indication when Auto Setup
10 When the indication is complete
2 When the test pattern
shown on the right shown on the right appears
appears on the VCR sharp and clear on the TV VCR
Ch:39
display, the Auto Setup is screen, the tuning is
complete. complete.

Test pattern indication


To Cancel the Auto Setup Before It Has Finished
Press the EXIT button Q. 3 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
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Playback

Preparations Notes:
Confirm that the VCR is on. Cue, review or slow playback will be automatically
Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is cancelled after 10 minutes, and still playback after 5
selected. minutes.
Insert a recorded video cassette. During playback function other than normal playback,
horizontal noise bars may appear in the picture, the colour
of the picture may be unstable, or the picture may be
otherwise distorted.
When you play back a tape recorded in the LP mode, the
For Normal Playback: VCR display picture may be in black and white. However, these are not
Press the Play button H. malfunctions.

For Cue Playback: To Play Back a Recorded Part Repeatedly


During playback, tap the Fast Forward button G. Press the Play button H on the remote control for more than
To return to normal playback, press the 5 seconds.
Play button H. The R indication appears on the On Screen Display.
If you press and hold down the Fast If OSD is set to OFF (See page 26), the R indication
Forward button G, cue playback will not appear in repeat playback mode.
continues for as long as you keep the
Beginning End of
button pressed.
of Tape Recorded Part

For Review Playback: Repeat Playback


During playback, tap the Rewind button 8. Control Signal
PLAY
To return to normal playback, press the Interruption
(at least 5 sec.) R 0:00:29
Play button H.
If you press and hold down the Rewind Indication of the Repeat
button 8, review playback continues for REWIND
Playback mode
as long as you keep the button pressed.
To Cancel the Repeat Playback Mode:
For Still Playback: Press the Stop button 9.
During playback, press the Pause/Slow button 7.
To return to normal playback, press the
Play button H or the Pause/Slow button
7.

For Slow Playback: To rewind the tape a little to view the same
During playback, keep the Pause/Slow button 7 pressed scene again
for 2 seconds or more. (Replay Function)
To return to normal playback, press the If you want to view the same scene again, for example
Play button H. because you could not catch clearly what a person said,
simply press the REPLAY button 4, to rewind the tape a little
from its present position and play it back again.
Fast-forwarding or Rewinding the Tape: The direction in which the tape is rewound depends on what
playback mode the VCR is in when you press the REPLAY
To fast-forward the tape: button 4.
Press the Fast Forward button G in the stop mode. If you press the REPLAY button 4 when the VCR is in the
stop, rewind, fast-forward, slow playback, or standby (Off)
To rewind the tape: mode, the Replay function does not work.
Press the Rewind button 8 in the stop mode.
To stop fast-forwarding or rewinding, press the Stop button During Normal Playback, Cue Playback and Still
9. Playback:
To briefly view the picture during fast-forwarding or When you press the REPLAY button 4, the VCR switches
rewinding, press and hold down the corresponding button. over to the review playback mode for a few seconds and
then resumes normal playback.

To Stop Playback During Review Playback:


Press the Stop button 9. When you press the REPLAY button 4, the VCR briefly
switches over to Cue playback and then plays back at
normal speed in forward direction from the point where the
REPLAY button 4 was pressed.

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Recording
To Stop Playback Automatically
(Playback Off Timer Function) Preparations
If you set the playback duration, the playback will stop Confirm that the VCR is on.
automatically. Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is
After the set playback time has elapsed, the VCR selected.
automatically stops playback and switches off. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.

To Activate the Playback Off Timer Function:


During normal playback, press the Play button H on the VCR
for more than 2 seconds to put the VCR in the Playback Off Operations
Timer mode.
After that, press the Play button H on the VCR repeatedly until 1 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure
the desired playback duration is displayed on the VCR display. prevention tab.
If it has already been inserted,
Repeatedly pressing this button changes the indication in press the VCR-ON/OFF button 1 to turn
the following order: the VCR on.
Counter display 30 60
(normal playback mode) (min.) (min.) 2 Select the TV station using the VCR display
240 180 120 Channel buttons M.
(min.) (min.) (min.) It is also possible to select by
To Stop Midway: pressing the numeric buttons 2.
Press the Stop button 9.
3 Press REC (REC/OTR) button I
To Play Back NTSC Video Cassettes on (^) to start recording. REC

Your PAL TV
(Quasi-NTSC Playback Function)
(NV-FJ610 Series only) 4 Press the Stop button 9 to stop recording.
This VCR allows playback of tapes recorded in the NTSC
system on a normal PAL system TV with the same operations
as usual.
On some TVs, however, the playback picture may roll up or
down. To Select the Desired Tape Speed
If your TV has a V-HOLD control or equivalent adjustment Press the SP/LP button D before recording.
function, use it to try to stop the picture movement. SP provides standard recording time
SP
and optimum picture quality.
Convenient Automatic Functions LP provides doubled recording time
VCR Auto Power On with slightly reduced picture quality.
When you insert a video cassette, the VCR switches on
automatically.
Auto Playback Start
When you insert a video cassette with a broken erasure
prevention tab, playback start automatically without having to
press the Play button H.
To Pause Recording
Press the Pause/Slow button 7 during recording.
VCR-off Playback Press again to continue recording.
When the VCR is off, an inserted cassette can be played
back by pressing the Play button H. REC

Auto Rewind
When the tape reaches the end, the VCR automatically
rewinds it to the beginning.
This function does not work during timer recording To View One TV Programme while
and OTR. Recording Another TV Programme
Automatic Switching Off and Ejection After pressing the REC button I to start recording, select on
When the VCR is switched off, and inserted cassette can be your TV the programme position of the TV programme that
ejected simply by pressing the EJECT button Y. The VCR will you want to view.
eject the cassette and automatically turn itself off again.
VCR-off Search
When the VCR is off, the VCR starts intro-jet scan of an Notes:
inserted cassette by pressing the SEARCH button L. When playing back an E300 cassette recorded in the LP
mode, some picture distortion may occur. However, this is
To Eject the Video Cassette Using the not a malfunction.
Remote Controller The recording pause mode will be automatically cancelled
Keep pressing Stop button 9 for at least 3 seconds. after 5 minutes and return to the stop mode.
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To Display the Approximate Remaining To Perform an OTR Recording:
1 Display the VCR picture on the TV.
Tape Time
The remaining tape time can be displayed in the VCR
2 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention
display.
tab.
1 Press the TAPE button B and select the corresponding
cassette tape length.
3 Press the Channel buttons M to select the programme
See page 26.
position on which the TV programme to be recorded will
be broadcast.
2 Press the OSD/DISPLAY button 5 repeatedly until the
Remaining Tape Time appears on the VCR display.
4 Press the REC/OTR button ^ to start recording.
Pressing the OSD/DISPLAY button 5 once makes the
On Screen Display appear; after that, pressing it
5 Press the REC/OTR button ^ repeatedly to select the
repeatedly changes the indication in the following
desired recording duration.
order:
Every time you press this button, the recording
Clock Counter duration indicated in the VCR display changes in the
Remaining Tape Time following order.
For example, if you select 30, the VCR records a
For certain cassettes, the remaining tape time may not be
programme from that moment on for 30 minutes.
displayed correctly.
Counter display 30 60
(normal recording mode) (min.) (min.)
240 180 120
To Prevent Accidental Erasure of Recorded (min.) (min.) (min.)
Contents
When you record again onto a previously To Stop the OTR Recording Before the End:
recorded video cassette, the previous Press the Stop button 9.
recording is automatically erased and
replaced with the new recording. Linked Timer Recordings with a
Therefore, to prevent accidental
erasure of the recorded contents, Digital Receiver
break out the erasure prevention When the AV2 socket of this VCR is connected by a 21-pin
tab after recording. cable to a Digital Receiver, it is possible to have timer
Erasure prevention tab recordings for a Digital Receiver execute automatically
Use a screwdriver or similar tool to break out the tab. simply by switching the Digital Receiver into timer standby
mode and then switching this VCR into timer recording
To Record Again onto the Video Cassette with a Broken standby mode.
Out Erasure Prevention Tab: Note that linked timer recordings may not work properly
If you insert a video cassette with a with some Digital Receivers.
broken out erasure prevention tab and
press the REC button I, the 1 1 Make sure that AV2 is set to TIMER.
indication flashes on the VCR display to (See page 27.)
indicate that recording is not possible. Adhesive tape
In this case, cover the tab hole with two 2 Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention
layers of adhesive tape. tab into the VCR.
The adhesive tape substitutes for the prevention erasure tab
and makes it possible to record again on this cassette. 3 Switch the Digital Receiver over to the timer standby
mode.

4 Press the TIMER REC button C to switch the VCR over


To Select the Recording to the timer recording standby mode.
This VCR does not require any further special timer
Duration and Perform Timer recording operations.
The recording will start at the date and time
Recording programmed for the Digital Receiver.
(OTR Recording)
Notes:
OTR means One-Touch Recording and is called this way,
Always connect the Digital Receiver to be used for timer
because you can start recording and select the recording
recordings to the AV2 socket of this VCR using a 21-pin
duration by repeatedly pressing a single button. This is very
cable.
convenient, for example when you want to start recording
Linked timer recordings are not counted in the total time of
immediately but need to go out or want to go to bed.
timer recording programmings.
After the selected recording duration has elapsed, recording
Make sure that the date and time of the linked timer
stops and the VCR automatically switches off.
recording does not conflict with that of a VCR. If
programmed recordings do overlap, either linked timer
recording or timer recording of VCR have the priority.
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Timer Recording
This function lets you programme the VCR for unattended
automatic recording of desired TV programmes when you
are not at home or sleeping.
You can programme timer recordings in two different ways: 06 Press the SP/LP button D to set the desired tape
By entering the necessary information with the remote speed.
control while viewing the On Screen Display (OSD) on the SP provides standard recording time and optimum
TV screen (explained below) or; picture quality.
By entering the ShowView number published alongside LP provides doubled recording time with slightly
the TV programme listings in newspapers and magazines reduced picture quality.
(see page 14). Regarding the A indication, refer to page 15.
This VCR lets you programme up to 8 TV programmes
(including weekly and daily programmes) for unattended
recording up to one month in advance. 07 3421
3421) P to set
Press the Cursor button (3421
VPS/PDC to ON or OFF ( ).
See page 15 for VPS/PDC recording.
To Programme with the On
Screen Display (OSD) 08 Press the TAPE button B to select the
corresponding cassette tape length.
This method offers easy step-by-step programming with the (See page 26.)
remote control while you view the prompts on the TV screen.

Preparations 09 Press the OK button R to conclude the settings.


Confirm that the VCR is on. To programme additional VCR

Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is


Timer recording
timer recordings, repeat Pos Start Stop SP VPS
Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC
selected. operation steps 29. ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 SP
: :
ON

Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention


/
/ : :

tab.
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
10 Press the TIMER REC button C to switch the VCR
Example: over to the timer recording standby mode.
Programming the timer recording of a TV programme Check that is lit on the VCR display.
broadcast on programme position 2 (ZDF) from 20:00 to If it is flashing, check the timer recording details
21:30 on 27 October. again. (See page 15.)

Follow the on screen operation guide.


To Suspend the Timer Recording Standby
Operations
Mode
When you want to use the VCR for playback, normal
01 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the
recording or some other operation before the programmed
menu for programming timer recordings on the TV
timer recording will be performed, you can temporarily
screen. On Screen Display suspend the timer recording standby mode by
Alternatively, you can
Timer recording
VCR pressing the TIMER REC button C so that the indication
press the MENU button Pos Start Stop SP VPS on the VCR display disappears.
S and then select Timer Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC
/ : :

recording.
/
/
:
:
:
: However, after you have finished using the VCR, be sure
to reactivate the timer recording standby mode by pressing
the TIMER REC button C again, otherwise the programmed
02 Press the Channel buttons : to select the timer recording will not be performed.
programme position of the desired TV station.
As an alternative method, after pressing the
Channel button :, you can use the Cursor
(3421) P. Note:
If the VCR is not put in the timer recording standby mode at
the latest 10 minutes before the programmed timer
03 Press the DATE button ; to set the date on which recording starting time, the indication flashes on the
the TV programme will be broadcast. VCR display. In this case, press the TIMER REC button C
to put the VCR in the timer recording standby mode.
04 Press the ON button F to set the starting time.
When it is kept pressed, the indication changes
in 30-minute intervals.

05 Press the OFF button E to set the ending time.

13
To Programme with the
ShowView Function 7 Press the TIMER REC button C to switch the VCR
The ShowView numbers assigned to each TV programme over to the timer recording standby mode.
and published alongside the TV programme listings in Check that is lit on the VCR display.
newspapers and magazines make it extremely easy to set If it is flashing, check the timer recording details again.
the VCR for timer recording. (See page 15.)
The duration of a timer recording programmed with
ShowView number may be slightly longer than the actual
duration of the TV programme.
Preparations If Appears under Pos/Name after
Confirm that the VCR is on. Entering a ShowView Number
Confirm that the TV is on and the VCR viewing channel is
Pos/Name stands for Programme Position/TV Station Name.
selected.
Normally, the name of the TV station or the number of the
Insert a video cassette with an intact erasure prevention
programme position is displayed under Pos/Name.
tab.
However, if the TV station information was not automatically
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
set during Auto Setup due to adverse reception conditions,
Example: the indication appears instead.
Programming a timer recording of a TV programme with the In such a case, follow the operation steps below to correct it.
ShowView number 920126
Press the Channel buttons :
Operations repeatedly to select the programme VCR
Timer recording
position on which the TV programme Pos Start Stop SP VPS

1 Press the SHOW VIEW button K to display the menu to be recorded will be broadcast.
Name DATE ON OFF
/
/
15:00
:
:
17:00
:
:
LP
SP
PDC

: :
for entering the ShowView number on the TV. /

indication

2 Press the Numeric buttons 2


After you have entered the information of a TV station, it
remains stored in the VCRs memory, and you do not need to
On Screen Display
to enter the ShowView enter it again in the future.
number. VCR
If you have entered a wrong ShowView
9 2 0 1 2 6
digit, press the Cursor button
(2) P and then enter the
correct digit. To Suspend the Timer Recording Standby
Mode
3 Press the OK button R to display the programmed When you want to use the VCR for playback, normal
content. recording or some other operation before the programmed
timer recording will be performed, you can temporarily
4 Press the SP/LP button D to set the desired tape suspend the timer recording standby mode by
pressing the TIMER REC button C so that the indication
speed.
on the VCR display disappears.
SP provides standard VCR
recording time and Timer recording However, after you have finished using the VCR, be sure
Pos Start Stop SP VPS
optimum picture quality. Name
ZDF
DATE ON OFF LP PDC
27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON
to reactivate the timer recording standby mode by pressing
LP provides doubled
/
/
/
:
:
:
:
:
:
the TIMER REC button C again, otherwise the programmed
recording time with slightly timer recording will not be performed.
reduced picture quality.
Regarding the A indication, refer to page 15.
To extend the ending time or to make any corrections,
use the Cursor button (3421) P, the Channel
buttons :, the DATE button ;, the ON button F, the
OFF button E, the SP/LP button D. Note:
See page 15 for VPS/PDC recording. If the VCR is not put in the timer recording standby mode at
the latest 10 minutes before the programmed timer
recording starting time, the indication flashes on the
5 Press the TAPE button B to select the corresponding VCR display. In this case, press the TIMER REC button C
cassette tape length. to put the VCR in the timer recording standby mode.
(See page 26.)

6 Press the OK button R again to conclude the


settings. VCR
Timer recording
To programme additional Pos Start Stop SP VPS
Name DATE ON OFF LP PDC
timer recordings, repeat ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30
: / :
SP ON

operation steps 16. :


:
/
/
:
:

14
Other Timer Recordings and Convenient Functions

Setting the Recording Date/Day(s) Condition for correct operation of the Auto SP/LP Change
Perform this operation in operation step 3 when function:
programming a timer recording with the On Screen Display, The tape length of the inserted cassette must be set
or in operation step 4 when programming with the ShowView correctly. (See page 26.)
number. (See pages 13 and 14.) To Activate the Auto SP/LP Change Function:
You can select the recording date (day of the month/day of In operation step 6 when programming a timer recording with
the week) by pressing the DATE button ;. If you repeatedly the On Screen Display (see page 13), or in operation step 4
press the i side of the DATE button ;, the indication when programming with the ShowView number (see page
changes in the order shown below. If you press the p side of 14), press the SP/LP button D to select A.
the DATE button ;, the indication changes in the opposite When you press this button
order. repeatedly, the indication changes Timer recording VCR

Programming a timer recording (setting the date) is in the following order: Pos
Name
Start Stop SP VPS
DATE ON OFF LP PDC
possible up to one month ahead of the TV programmes ZDF 27/10
/
20:00
:
21:30
:
A OFF

/ : :
broadcasting date and time. Daily and weekly timer / : :
SP LP /
/
:
:
:
:
recordings will continue until you cancel them. / : :

A Indication when A is
<To Programme within 1 Month> selected
Example: 1 2 ..... 31

<To Programme a Daily Timer Recording>


Setting for Control of the Recording
Example: Daily recording from Sunday to Saturday Starting and Ending Time by Special Signal
(Su-Sa).
Daily recording from Monday to Saturday Included in the Broadcasting Signal
(Mo-Sa).
Daily recording from Monday to Friday
(VPS/PDC Function)
(Mo-Fr). VPS stands for Video Programme System.
PDC stands for Programme Delivery Control.
<To Programme a Weekly Timer Recording >
Example: Weekly recording every Sunday
If a TV programme, for example a football game runs longer
Weekly recording every Monday than scheduled, is shortened or starts earlier or later, this
function synchronises the recording start and stop with the
Weekly recording every Saturday actual broadcasting start and stop of the TV programme.
(Su = Sunday, Mo = Monday, Tu = Tuesday,
We = Wednesday, Th = Thursday, Fr = Friday, Sa = Saturday) Conditions for correct operation of the VPS/PDC function:
ON must be displayed under VPS/PDC on the On
Screen Display.
The TV station must broadcast VPS/PDC signals.
The programme starting time must be set correctly to the
Ensuring that a TV Programme Will Be
starting time listed in the newspaper/magazine.
Recorded until Its End
(Auto SP/LP Change Function) To Activate the VPS/PDC Function:
If, at the start of a timer recording, the VCR determines that After operation step 6 when VCR
Timer recording
the remaining tape time is insufficient to record the whole programming a timer recording with Pos Start Stop SP VPS

programme, the Auto SP/LP Change function automatically the On Screen Display (see page 13), Name
ZDF
DATE ON OFF LP PDC
27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON
: : /

selects LP mode to ensure that the whole programme will be or in operation step 4 when : : /

recorded. However, if the remaining tape time is still not programming with the ShowView
sufficient even in the LP mode, the programme cannot be number (see page 14), press the Cursor buttons (3421)
recorded to its end. P to make the ON indication appear.
If you programme a daily or weekly timer recording, See page 29 for details.
recording will be performed in the LP mode from the start
regardless of the remaining tape time.
In case of a timer recording programmed with the VPS/
PDC function, if the TV programme continues past the
programmed ending time, the VCR automatically switches To Check the Contents of Timer Recording
over to the LP mode at that moment. However, in some Programmings
cases it may not be possible to record the programme until Display the VCR picture on the TV.
its end. Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
Use a video cassette on which a few minutes more than
the total length of programmed timer recordings remain, 1 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the timer
otherwise the programmed timer recordings may be recording programmings on the TV screen.
performed in the LP mode. When the VCR is in the timer recording standby
Be careful that the broadcast times of the TV programmes mode for a VPS/PDC recording, the On Screen
set for timer recording do not overlap, otherwise the Display may be distorted.
programmed timer recordings may be performed in the LP
mode. 2 Press the EXIT button Q to exit Timer recording
VCR

If the recording speed changes from SP to LP during a the On Screen Display. Pos
Name DATE
Start Stop
ON OFF
SP
LP
VPS
PDC
ZDF 27/10 20:00 21:30 SP ON
timer recording, some brief picture distortion occurs at that ARD
N3
30/10
Su
19:00
21:00
20:00
23:30
LP
SP
ON
ON
ZDF Su-Sa 17:30 18:00 LP ON
point. / : :

15
To Change a Timer Recording To Check the Total Timer Recording
Programming Programming Time jjjjj
jjjjj
jjjjj
jj/jj
jj/jj
jj/jj
jj:jj
jj:jj
jj:jj
jj:jj
jj:jj
jj:jj
jj
jj
jj
jjj
jjj
jjj

It is not possible to change a programming while the timer The total time indication for timer jjjjj
jjjjj
:
:
jj/jj
jj/jj
:
:
jj jj
jj jj
jj jj
jj jj
jj
jj
jjj
jjj

recording is being performed. recording programming lets you Total (SP) 90min

Display the VCR picture on the TV. check how many programmes can be
recorded by comparing with the Indication for a total timer
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. recording programming time
remaining tape time in the VCR
1 Press the PROG./CHECK button < to display the timer of 90 minutes
display.
recording programmings on the TV screen. The total time is calculated in the SP mode.
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the The total time cannot be calculated when setting Daily/
programming that you want to change. Weekly timer recording.
3 Follow the operations below to change the programmed
contents. To select a Timer-Recorded Programme
To change the broadcasting station: from the List and Quickly Locate Its
Use the Channel buttons :. Beginning for Automatic Playback
To change the date of
VCR
(Programme List Search)
the timer recording: Timer recording

Use the DATE button ;. Pos


Name
Start Stop SP VPS
DATE ON OFF LP PDC
This VCR can display a list of the timer-recorded
To change the recording
ZDF
ARD
27/10 20:00 21:30 SP
30/10 19:00 20:00 LP
ON
ON programmes on the inserted video cassette on the TV screen.
N3 Su 21:00 23:30 SP ON

starting time:
ZDF Su-Sa 17:30 18:00 LP
:
/ :
ON
You can then select the desired programme, and the VCR
:
/ :

Use the ON button F. :


/ : will quickly locate its beginning and start playback.
To change the recording ending time:
Use the OFF button E. Conditions for correct operation of the Programme List
To change the recording speed: Search function:
Use the SP/LP button D. The video cassette must not have been ejected after the
timer recordings were performed.
The tape length of the inserted cassette must be set
4 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. correctly.
The VCR must not be in the timer recording standby mode.
5 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display. A programme of at least 15 minutes must be recorded on
the tape.
If a timer recording was performed onto a recorded video
cassette, the previous recording must have been
To Cancel the Programming of a Timer completely erased by the new recording.

Recording Preparation
It is not possible to cancel a programming while the timer Display the VCR picture on the TV. VCR
recording is being performed. Programme List
Pos Name Date Start
Display the VCR picture on the TV. Operations 2
3
ZDF
ARD
27/10
28/10
17:46
15:00
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. 1 Press the SEARCH button L to
display the Programme List
1 Press the PROG./CHECK VCR
Timer recording
menu.
button < to display the timer Pos
Name DATE
Start Stop
ON OFF
SP
LP
VPS
PDC
recording programmings on the ZDF
ARD
27/10
30/10
20:00
19:00
21:30
20:00
SP
LP
ON
ON
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select
N3 Su 21:00 23:30 SP ON
TV screen. ZDF Su-Sa 17:30 18:00 LP ON the programme that you want to locate and play back.
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the 3 Press the SEARCH button L to start the search
programming that you want to cancel. for the beginning of the selected programme.
After the desired recorded programme has
3 Press the CANCEL > button. Timer recording
VCR
been found, playback star ts automatically.
Pos Start Stop SP VPS
Name
ZDF
DATE ON OFF
27/10 20:00 21:30
LP
SP
PDC
ON
If, after playback has started, you want to search
4 Press the EXIT button Q to exit ARD 30/10
/
19:00
:
20:00
:
LP ON
for the beginning of the same or another programme,
ZDF Su-Sa 17:30 18:00 LP ON
the On Screen Display. press the SEARCH button L.
Playback stops, and the Programme List menu appears.
Repeat the above operations steps 23.
Notes for Cancelling the Programming of a Timer
Recording To Cancel the Programme List Search:
In some cases, for example as listed below, the Press the EXIT Q button.
programming of a timer recording remains stored in the
Hints:
memory until 4 a.m. the next day. However, this is not a
When you press the SEARCH button L in the operation
malfunction.
step 1, the last timer-recorded programme is selected
When a timer recording was not performed up to the TV
(highlighted).
programmes ending time because the remaining tape
If you take out the cassette or insert another cassette after
time was not sufficient.
a timer recording has finished, pressing the SEARCH
When you have stopped the timer recording while it was
button L activates the Intro-Jet Scan instead of the
being performed.
Programme List Search. (Refer to page 17.)
If you programme linked timer recordings, Programme List
Search function does not work.
16
Search Functions

To Quickly Find the Beginning To Search for a Desired


of a Desired Programme Programme While Checking the
(VISS=VHS Index Search Recorded Contents on a
System) Cassette (Intro-Jet Scan)
This VCR automatically records special index signals on the This VCR automatically records special index signals on the
tape every time a recording is started. The Index search tape every time a recording starts. The Intro-Jet Scan function
function makes use of these index signals to let you find the makes use of these index signals to play back the beginning
beginning of a desired programme quickly and easily. of each programme recorded on the cassette one after
another at high speed. This lets you quickly and easily check
Index signals are automatically recorded in the following the contents of a cassette and find a desired programme.
cases:
When you start a recording by pressing the REC button I, Index signals are automatically recorded in the following
or REC/OTR button ^. cases:
When a timer recording starts. When you start a recording by pressing the REC button I,
When you press the REC button I on the remote control or REC/OTR button ^.
during recording. When a timer recording starts.
Conditions for correct operation of the Index search function: When you press the REC button I on the remote control
The VCR must be in the stop mode or in the playback during recording.
mode.
Each programme recorded on the tape must be at least 5 Conditions for correct operation of the Intro-Jet Scan
minutes long. function:
The cassette must have been ejected after the timer
Preparations recordings were performed.
Display the VCR picture on the TV. VCR must be switched on, be in the playback mode or be
Insert a recorded video cassette. in the standby mode.
Each programme recorded on the tape must be at least 15
Operation
minutes long.
1 Press the INDEX button J (that corresponds to the
direction from the current tape position in which the Preparations
desired programme is located on the tape) to start the Display the VCR picture on the TV.
index search. For example, Insert a recorded video cassette.
if you want to search for the Operations
2nd recorded programme in 1 Press the SEARCH button L to start the Intro-Jet Scan.
forward direction, press the INDEX ; button J twice. After rewinding the tape to the beginning, the VCR
The VCR fast-forwards or rewinds the tape and plays it back at high speed for approximately 10
searches for the specified index signal (the beginning seconds. It then fast-forwards the tape to the next tape
of the desired recorded programme). position marked by an index signal (beginning of a
When it has been found, playback starts programme), and every time an index signal is found,
automatically. the VCR switches over to high-speed playback (Cue)
for about 10 seconds.
To Cancel the Index Search or to Stop Playback:
Press the Stop button 9. Beginning of tape Present tape position
Index signal
Programme 1 Programme 2 Programme 3
Hints:
Searching in either direction is possible up to the 20th Rewinding
index signal.
If you press either of the INDEX buttons J too many times, High-speed Playback Fast-forwarding
simply press the other INDEX button J (indicating the (Cue)
opposite direction) to correct it. In this way, you can reduce
the displayed figure down to 1. 2 When you have found the programme that you want to
The figure on the VCR display decreases by 1 every time view, press the Play button H to start normal playback.
an index signal is located.

To Cancel the Intro-Jet Scan or to Stop Playback:


Press the Stop button 9.

Note:
If you press the SEARCH button L after a timer recording
has finished, but before ejecting that cassette, the
Programme List Search (for details, see page 16) will be
activated instead of the Intro-Jet Scan.

17
Editing

Assemble Editing
The assemble editing function makes it easy to record the
picture and sound of virtually any number of scenes or
programmes in succession. 5 When that point is reached, press the Pause/Slow
Assemble editing from an external source, for example from button 7 again to start recording the new picture and
a movie camera, can be performed in the same way. sound from the playback unit.

6 To record (copy) additional scenes, press the Pause/


Recording unit (this VCR)
Slow button 7 to put this VCR in the recording pause
mode and then perform above steps 4 and 5 again.

7 At the point where you want to stop recording, press the


Stop button 9 to finish recording.

` a

Hint:
The new sound is recorded on both the Hi-Fi audio tracks
Video movie camera or
Other VCR and the normal audio track. The sound recorded on the
normal audio track is always in mono.

Preparations Note:
Connect a video movie camera or a VCR to this VCR with a If you leave the VCR in the recording pause mode for more
21-pin Scart cable, as shown in the illustration. than 5 minutes in step 3 or 6, the VCR automatically
Display the VCR picture on the TV. switches over to the stop mode to protect the video heads.
Insert the cassette on which the assemble editing is to be
performed, and make sure that its erasure prevention tab is
not broken out.
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR.
Press the INPUT SELECT button 3 to select the AV Input
(external input) A1 or A2 according to the socket(s) on
the VCR to which the source unit has been connected.
A1: When connected to the AV1 21-pin Scart socket `
A2: When connected to the AV2 21-pin Scart socket a
Make sure that AV2 is set to EXT.
(See page 27.)

Operations
1 Press the Play button H to start playback.

2 At the point where you want to join a new scene, press


the Pause/Slow button 7 to put it in the still playback
mode.

3 Press the REC button I to put it in the recording pause


mode.

4 Start playback on the source unit and search for the


point from which you want to record (copy) onto this
VCR.

18
Connecting the VCR to a Decoder/
Connecting the VCR to a Stereo Amplifier
To connect this VCR to a decoder or a stereo amplifier, make When you start playback on the VCR, the TV is
the connections shown in the illustration below. automatically switched to the VCR mode. However, during
For the connection to the TV, see page 7. playback, it is not possible to switch the TV back to the TV
. mode.
For details about the connection, also read the operating If a Pay TV station has been selected on the VCR when
instructions of the decoder or stereo amplifier. you switch to the TV mode, the picture on the TV is
scrambled when you select a Pay TV station on the TV. In
Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and decoder or stereo amplifier this case, either switch to the VCR mode or select the AV
switched off until you have finished all connections. input on the TV.
For your safety, do not connect or handle the equipment with Hint:
wet hands. RGB means separate Red/Green/Blue colour signals. If
you connect a TV equipped with RGB input capability to the
To Connect the VCR to a Decoder AV1 socket ` on this VCR, and a decoder equipped with
Decoder here refers to the device used to decode scrambled RGB output capability to the AV2 socket a, the TV can
broadcasts (Pay TV). receive RGB signal input from the decoder via the VCR.

To Connect the VCR to a Stereo Amplifier

Decoder (not supplied) Audio cable


1 b
(not supplied)
1 Audio Input sockets

2 21-pin Scart socket


To an AC mains socket 21-pin Scart cable
(not supplied)
Stereo amplifier (not supplied)
1 Connect a 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied) to the AV2
21-pin Scart socket a on the VCR and to the 21-pin
2
To an AC mains socket
Scart socket on the decoder.
1 Connect an Audio cable (not supplied) to the Audio
2 Connect the decoders mains lead to an AC mains Output sockets b on the VCR and to Audio Input
socket. sockets on the stereo amplifier.

3 Set AV2 to DECODER. 2 Connect the stereo amplifiers mains lead to an AC


For details, see page 27. mains socket.
AV Link Function
If the VCR is connected to the TV via a 21-pin Scart cable,
you can use AV LINK button A to switch the TV from normal
TV reception over to the video playback channel (AV input)
(and vice versa). In the VCR mode (when the VCR indication
in the VCR display is lit), the TV is switched to the video
playback channel (AV input). In the TV mode (when the VCR
indication is not lit), the TV is switched to TV reception.

VCR TV
VCR Mode VCR indication AV Input
is lit. is selected.
TV Mode VCR indication TV reception
is not lit. is selected.

When you press the MENU button S to display the menu


on the TV screen, the TV is also automatically switched to
the VCR mode, however, the VCR indication does not
appear in this case.
19
Connecting the VCR to a Satellite Receiver or Digital
Receiver
Satellite receiver here includes a digital receiver. If the Satellite Receiver Is Not Equipped
with a 21-Pin Scart Socket
The connection method differs depending on the type of your
satellite receiver. In case your satellite receiver is not equipped with a 21-pin
Scart socket, use the RF coaxial cable to connect it to the
For details about the connection, also read the satellite VCR.
receivers operating instructions.
For the connection to the TV, refer to page 7.
If the Satellite Receiver is Equipped with a
21-pin Scart Socket Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and satellite receiver switched
off until you have finished all connections.
If your satellite receiver is equipped with a 21-pin Scart For your safety, do not connect or handle the equipment with
socket, use a 21-pin Scart cable to connect the VCR. wet hands.

For the connection to the TV, refer to page 7.


Aerial (not supplied)
Be sure to keep the VCR, TV and satellite receiver switched
off until you have finished all connections.
For your safety, do not connect or handle the equipment with Satellite receiver (not supplied) Aerial Input socket Aerial lead
wet hands. (not supplied)

3 Aerial Output
socket
a To an AC mains socket

Satellite receiver (not supplied)


2
1
2 21-pin Scart socket
c RF coaxial cable
To an AC Mains socket If your satellite 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied)
receiver has a (not supplied)
VCR socket,
connect the cable 1 Connect the aerial lead to the Aerial Input socket on the
to it.
satellite receiver.

1 Connect a 21-pin Scart cable (not supplied) to the AV2 2 Connect the RF coaxial cable to the Aerial Output
21-pin Scart socket a on the VCR and to the 21-pin socket on the satellite receiver and to the Aerial Input
Scart socket on the satellite receiver. socket c on the VCR.

2 Connect the satellite receivers mains lead to an AC 3 Connect the satellite receivers mains lead to an AC
mains socket. mains socket.

3 Set AV2 to EXT or TIMER.


For details, see page 27.
Hint:
The RF output channel of the satellite receiver should be
adjusted away from channel 36, which is used by the
VCR, e.g. re-adjust to channel 33.

20
Tuning and Assigning the TV Stations Available in Your
Area to the Programme Positions (Manual Tuning)

This VCR has 99 programme positions that can be preset to


receive TV stations. To Enter or Change the Name of a TV
Usually, if you switch the VCR on for the first time after Station
making the necessary connections, the VCR will start the
Auto Setup function automatically so that all available TV 1 Press the MENU button S to display
stations in the area can be received. the Main menu on the TV screen.
However, if Auto Setup is not successful due to extraordinary
transmission circumstances, or if you want to change the 2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning
name of a TV station or change a TV station from its regular then press the OK button R.
programme position to one of your preference, you can set it
up manually. This is called Manual Tuning. 3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual
then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned
Preparation TV stations.
Set the VCR/TV switch N to VCR. VCR
Tuning
4 Press the Cursor buttons Pos Name Ch
1 ARD 1
To Change the Order in Which the TV (3421) P to select a 2
3
ZDF
N3
2
19
Stations Are Assigned to the Programme programme position whose 4 HR3 26
5 BR3 18
TV station name is indicated
Positions as .
6
7
RB3
07
3
39

1 Press the MENU button S to VCR 5 Press the OK button R to display the Manual Tuning
Main menu
display the Main menu on the menu.
Timer recording
TV screen.
Tuning

Clock setting
2 Press the Cursor buttons 6 Press the Cursor buttons
(34) P to select Tuning Functions
(3421) P to select the entry Pos : 7
Name : SFB3
then press the OK button R. field for Name.
Channel
Fine tuning
:
:
39
AUTO
VCR Decoder : OFF
Tuning
Video system : PAL
Manual

3 Press the Cursor buttons Auto-Setup Restart


(34) P to select Manual Shipping condition 7 Use the Cursor buttons (3421) P and OK button R
then press the OK button R to to enter the station name.
display the list of tuned TV If the station name needs a blank space,
stations. Tuning
VCR
select the blank between Z and .
Pos Name Ch
1 ARD 1
4 Press the Cursor buttons 2 ZDF 2 8 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
3 N3 19
(34) P to select the TV 4 HR3 26
station that you want to assign 5
6
BR3
RB3
18
3
to a different programme position. 7
8
SFB3
SW3
36
29

5 Press the OK button R to display


the Manual Tuning menu.
Pos : 5
6 Press the Cursor buttons Name
Channel
:
:
BR3
18
Hint:
(3421) P to select the Fine tuning
Decoder
:
:
AUTO
OFF
If you want to abort the entering or changing of the TV
entry field for Pos. Video system : PAL
station name in step 7 above, press the EXIT button Q.
However, as the characters that you have entered are
7 Press the Numeric buttons 2 to stored as the station name, be sure to enter the correct
enter the number of the desired name.
programme position.

8 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

9 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.

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To Enter Newly Available TV Stations To Obtain the Best Tuning Condition

1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on
the TV screen. the TV screen.

2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning 2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning
then press the OK button R. then press the OK button R.

3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual 3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual
then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned
TV stations. TV stations.

4 Press the Cursor buttons 4 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select the TV
VCR
(3421) P to select an unused
Tuning station for which you want to obtain the best tuning
Pos Name Ch
programme position. 1 ARD 1 condition.
2 ZDF 2
3 N3 19
4 HR3 26
5 Press the OK button R to display 5 BR3 18 5 Press the OK button R to display the Manual Tuning
the Manual Tuning menu.
6
7
RB3
07
3
39
menu.
8 sssss sss

6 Press the Numeric buttons 2 to 6 Press the Cursor buttons


enter the channel number of the (3421) P to select the entry Pos : 5
Name : BR3
desired TV station. field for Fine tuning. Channel : 18
Fine tuning : MAN.

Wait a few moments until the Decoder


Video system
:
:
OFF
PAL

desired TV station has been Pos


Name
:
:
8
08
7 Press the Cursor buttons
tuned.
Channel
Fine tuning
:
:
2
AUTO
(34) P to obtain the best
Decoder
Video system
:
:
OFF
PAL
tuning condition.
If you do not want to change the tuning condition,
7 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. press the Cursor button (1) P to return to the
original condition (AUTO).
8 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
8 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

To Change the Channel Number of an Already Tuned 9 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
TV Station:
You can change it in the same way as explained above.
However, in step 4 select the programme position of the TV To Preset Pay TV Stations
station that you want to change to another channel number,
and after pressing the OK button R in step 5, use the Cursor 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on
buttons (3421) P to select the entry field for Channel. the TV screen.

2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning


then press the OK button R.

3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual


List of TV Reception Channels
then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned
Channel TV Channel TV stations.
Indication Germany/Italy Other Countries
4 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select the pay
212 FE2E12 E2E12 TV station.
AH
1320 = 5 Press the OK button R to display the Manual Tuning
(Only Italy)
menu.
2169 2169 2169
7478 S01S05 S1S5 6 Press the Cursor buttons
8082 S1S3 M1M3 (3421) P to select the entry
field for Decoder.
8389 S4S10 M4M10 Pos
Name
:
: BR3
5

Channel : 18
9099 S11S20 U1U10 7 Press the Cursor buttons Fine tuning
Decoder
:
:
AUTO
ON

121141 (34) P to select ON. Video system : PAL

FFS21S41 S21S41
Hyperband ON: To preset pay TV stations.
OFF: To preset normal TV stations.
In Italy: H1...(11), H2...(12)
Only for 8 MHz channel raster 8 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

9 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.

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To Change the Type of Video System To Facilitate the Following Operations with
(Colour TV system) the Instruction Indications on the On
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on Screen Display
the TV screen. To delete a programme position
To insert a blank programme position
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning
To move a TV station to another programme position
then press the OK button R.
Use the coloured instruction indications displayed below the
3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual
list of tuned TV stations and the corresponding coloured
then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned
buttons.
TV stations.

4 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select the TV 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on
station for which you want to change the type of video the TV screen.
system.
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning
5 Press the OK button R to display the Manual Tuning then press the OK button R.
menu.
3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual
6 Press the Cursor buttons then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned
(3421) P to select the entry TV stations. 4 HR3
5 BR3
26
18
6 RB3 3
field for Video system. Pos : 5
7 SFB3
8 SW3
36
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Name
Channel
:
:
BR3
18
4 Press the Cursor buttons Delete Add Move

7 Press the Cursor buttons (34) Fine tuning


Decoder
:
:
AUTO
OFF
(3421) P to select
P to change the type of video Video system : MESECAM
the desired TV station. Indications for Delete, Add
and Move
system PAL or MESECAM.
5 Follow the operations below.
PAL: For receiving PAL signals.
To delete a programme position (Delete):
MESECAM: For receiving SECAM signals.
Press the Channel button (J, red) :.
To insert a blank programme position (Add):
8 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
Press the DATE button (r, green) ;.
To move a TV station to another programme position
9 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
(Move):
Press the ON button (r, yellow) F,
To Select the Type of Sound to Be and then use the Cursor buttons (34) P
Recorded to select the new programme position to
(NV-FJ610EC/ECM/ECY Series, FJ606EC/ which you want to assign the TV station.
ECM Series, FJ604ECM Series) 6 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

1 Press the MENU button S to display 7 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
the Main menu on the TV screen.
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning
then press the OK button R.
Hint:
3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Manual If you have performed Manual Tuning to enter TV stations,
then press the OK button R to display the list of tuned the indication may appear under Pos/Name on the
TV stations. On Screen Display when programming a ShowView timer
4 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select the recording.
desired TV station.
5 Press the OK button R to display the Manual Tuning
menu.
6 Press the Cursor buttons Pos : 5
(3421) P to select the entry Name
Channel
:
:
BR3
18
field for Mono. Fine tuning
Decoder
:
:
AUTO
OFF
Video system : PAL
7 Press the Cursor buttons (34) Mono : OFF

P to select OFF.
Select ON if you want to record the normal (mono)
sound on the Hi-Fi audio tracks during a stereo,
bilingual or NICAM broadcast, or if the stereo sound is
distorted due to inferior reception conditions.

8 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

9 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.


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Restarting the Auto Setup/
Resetting the VCR to the Shipping Condition

Performing Auto Setup automatically tunes all TV stations


available in your area for the VCR.
Restarting this function is convenient when you move to
another area and may need to set up the VCR again.

To Restart the Auto Setup


To perform the Auto Setup again, follow the operation steps
below.

1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on


the TV screen.
VCR
2 Press the Cursor buttons Tuning

(34) P to select Tuning Manual

then press the OK button R. Auto-Setup Restart

Shipping condition

3 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Auto-Setup


Restart then press the OK button R to prepare for Auto
Setup start.
VCR
Auto-Setup
4 Press the OK button R again to
Country : others
actually start the Auto Setup. Tuning : Ch 21

To Return the VCR to the Shipping


Condition
If you want to reset the VCR to the factory preset condition,
follow the operation steps below.

1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu


on the TV screen.

2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Tuning


then press the OK button R.

3 Press the Cursor buttons Tuning


VCR

(34) P to select Shipping Manual


condition then press the OK Auto-Setup Restart
button R to prepare for Shipping condition
resetting the VCR to the
shipping condition.

4 Press the OK button R to actually change the settings


back to the shipping condition.
To re-tune the VCR, disconnect and reconnect the AC
Mains Cable.

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Setting the VCRs Clock

Usually, the VCRs Auto Setup function automatically adjusts To Activate the Automatic Time Correction
the clock to the correct time.
Function
Under some reception conditions, however, the VCR cannot
set the clock automatically.
If a TV station transmits a signal for time setting, performing
In this case, follow the operation steps below to manually set
the operation steps below activates the Automatic time
the clock.
correction function and the time is corrected automatically.

1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on


the TV screen.
To Manually Adjust the Clock
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select Clock
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on setting then press the OK button R.
the TV screen. The Clock setting menu
appears on the TV. Clock setting
VCR

2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) VCR Automatic : ON


Clock setting
P to select Clock setting then 3 Use the Cursor buttons Time : 20:30:24
Automatic : OFF
press the OK button R. (34) P to set Automatic
Date : 16.10.05
Time : 20:30:24
The Clock setting menu Date : 16.10.05
to ON.
appears on the TV.
4 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
Under adverse reception conditions, etc., the
3 Confirm that Automatic is set to OFF, and then press Automatic time correction function may not work. In
the OK button R. this case, the indication for Automatic is
automatically reset to OFF.
If the reception conditions improve later on, it may be
4 Use the Cursor buttons possible to activate this function.
(3421) P to set the date and
time. Clock setting
VCR
5 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
Instead of the Cursor buttons Automatic : OFF
(3421) P, you can also use Time : 20:30:24
Date : 16.10.05
the numeric buttons 2 to set the
date and time.

5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.


Hints:
If Automatic is set to ON when you open the Clock
screen, do not set it to OFF, otherwise, the automatic time
correcting function is deactivated.
The built-in clock employs the 24-hour system.
In case of a power failure, an automatic back-up system
automatically maintains the operation of the clock for at
least 60 minutes.
When Automatic on the Clock setting menu is set to ON,
the automatic time correction function checks and if
necessary adjusts the time several times every day.
The automatic time correction function only works when
the VCR is switched off; it does not work in the timer
recording standby mode.
If Automatic is set to OFF and Power save to ON (see
page 27), the time may not be maintained correctly. In this
case, manually adjust the clock.
If Automatic is set to ON and Power save to ON, the
Automatic time correction function does not work while the
VCR is turned off. However, as soon as it is turned on, the
Automatic time correction function is activated and the
clock is set correctly.

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Other Convenient Functions
(Various Settings)
For Automatic Display on the TV Screen of 5 Tape length indicator
At each press of the TAPE button B, the selected tape
the TV Station Information, etc.
length is indicated.
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu 2E-180: For E30, -60, -90, -120 and -180 tapes
on the TV screen. VCR E-195: For E195 tape
Functions
E-240: For E240 tape
: ON
E-260 1:
OSD
2 Press the Cursor buttons Power save : OFF For E260 and -300 tapes
Even if you have selected the correct tape length, the
VCR display : DIMMED
(34) P to select Functions AV2 : DECODER
TV system : PAL
then press the OK button R. Language : English remaining tape time may not be indicated correctly
Country : others
with certain kinds of cassettes.

3 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select OSD 6 Tape running display
and the entry field for OSD in this order.
Stop
4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select ON. Rewind 6
The TV station information, type of sound system
Fast Forward 5
of the programme being watched and the sound
playback mode are displayed on the TV screen. Playback !
Recording
5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
Repeat Playback R
6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
7 Present time/Tape counter/Remaining tape time/Index
Search/One-Touch Recording (OTR)
/Playback Off Timer Function
Indications that Can Be Displayed on the TV Screen with
This Function: Present time 17:24:31
At a press of the OSD/DISPLAY button 5, the following
Tape counter p2:35.47
indications appear on the TV screen.
1 2 3 4
Remaining tape time REMAIN 2:34
ARD STEREO L R SP
Index Search 5 02
A TV station name
One-Touch Recording (OTR) OTR 60
2 STEREO or BILINGUAL Indicator Playback Off Timer Function 30
(NV-FJ610EG/EGY Series, 2E-180 0:00:29
FJ606EG/EGY Series, FJ604EG
Series) 5 6 7
Notes:
When receiving a TV programme, the type of sound If OSD is set to OFF, none of the above indications
system in which it is broadcast is automatically indicated. appear.
None of the above indications appear during special
STEREO, M1 and M2 Indicator playback.
(NV-FJ610EC/ECM/ECY Series, FJ606EC/ECM Series, During playback and when the AV input for the external
FJ604ECM Series) source is selected, indications A and 2 do not appear.
When receiving a TV programme with the Stereo, Some of the above indications do not appear when using
Bilingual or NICAM sound system, the type of sound NTSC tapes.
system in which it is broadcast is automatically indicated.
STEREO: When receiving a Stereo/NICAM stereo
broadcast.
M1/M2: When receiving a Bilingual/NICAM dual-sound
broadcast.
M1: When receiving a NICAM monaural broadcast.

3 Sound mode during playback (L/R)


At each press of the AUDIO button ?, the selected
playback sound is indicated with L (Left) and R (Right).
Stereo playback:
The L and R indications are displayed.
Left audio channel playback:
The L indication alone is displayed.
Right audio channel playback:
The R indication alone is displayed.
Playback of normal audio track:
Neither L nor R indication is displayed.

4 Tape speed indicator

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For Reduced the VCRs Power For Automatic Change of the Brightness
Consumption When the VCR Is Switched of the VCR Display When the VCR Is
Off Switched Off
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu on 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu
the TV screen. on the TV screen.
VCR VCR
Functions Functions
2 Press the Cursor buttons OSD : ON
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) OSD : ON
(34) P to select Functions Power save
VCR display
:
:
OFF
DIMMED
P to select Functions then Power save
VCR display
:
:
OFF
DIMMED
then press the OK button R. AV2
TV system
:
:
DECODER
PAL
press the OK button R. AV2
TV system
:
:
DECODER
PAL
Language : English Language : English
Country : others Country : others

3 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select Power 3 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select VCR
save and the entry field for Power save in this order. display and the entry field for VCR display in this
order.
4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select ON or
OFF. 4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired
ON: In this setting, the power consumption is greatly condition.
minimised when the VCR is turned off (Standby When the VCR is switched off, the brightness of the
mode). In this case, the following happens: VCR display is as follows:
The item VCR display is automatically set to ON: Indications are brightly lit.
OFF. OFF: Indications are not lit.
To turn the VCR on, keep the VCR-ON/OFF DIMMED: Indications are dimly lit.
button 1 pressed on the VCR main unit. It is not
possible to turn it on with the remote control. 5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
The Power save function works only when the
VCR is turned off (Standby mode). It does not 6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
operate in the timer recording standby mode.
After all programmed timer recordings have
been made, and after all programmed data have To Set the Type of External Source
been erased, the VCR switches over to the Equipment that Is Connected to the AV2
Power save mode.
When the VCR is off, Pay TV programmes
21-pin Scart Socket
cannot be watched on the TV because the 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu
signal from the connected decoder is not looped on the TV screen.
VCR
through. To watch them, turn on the VCR. Functions

OFF: In this setting, the power consumption is not 2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) OSD
Power save
:
:
ON
OFF

reduced when the VCR is turned off (Standby P to select Functions then VCR display
AV2
:
:
DIMMED
DECODER

mode). press the OK button R. TV system


Language
:
:
PAL
English
Country : others

5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.


3 Press the Cursor buttons (3421) P to select AV2
6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display. and DECODER, TIMER or EXT in this order.

4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the type of


external source equipment which is connected to
the VCRs AV2 21-pin socket.
Set the external source equipment as follows:
DECODER: When a decoder is connected.
TIMER: When a digital receiver is connected.
When this is set, it is possible to have
timer recordings for a Digital Receiver
execute automatically simply by
switching the Digital Receiver into
timer standby mode and then
switching this VCR into timer
recording standby mode.
(See page 12.)
EXT: When another VCR or a satellite
receiver is connected.

5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.


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To Set the Colour TV System Used During Country Setting
Playback or Recording from an External 1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu
Source on the TV screen.
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) VCR
on the TV screen. Functions
VCR P to select Functions then OSD : ON
Functions
press the OK button R. Power save : OFF
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) OSD : ON VCR display : DIMMED
Power save : OFF . AV2 : DECODER
P to select Functions then VCR display : DIMMED TV system : PAL
AV2 : DECODER 3 Press the Cursor buttons Language : English
press the OK button R. TV system : PAL Country : others
Language : English (3421) P to select
Country : others
Country and the entry field
3 Press the Cursor buttons
for Country in this order.
(3421) P to select TV
system and PAL/MESECAM
4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired
in this order.
country.
Pressing the Cursor button (4) P repeatedly changes
4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the type of
the indication in the following order:
colour TV system (PAL or MESECAM) to be used during
playback or during recording from an external source. others Belgi Belgique Belgien Danmark

5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting. Italia France Espaa Deutschland

Nederland Norge sterreich Portugal


6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
Svizzera Suisse Schweiz Sverige Suomi

Language Setting
5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.
1 Press the MENU button S to display the Main menu
on the TV screen.
6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.
2 Press the Cursor buttons (34) VCR
Functions
P to select Functions then : ON
OSD
press the OK button R. Power save : OFF
VCR display : DIMMED
AV2 : DECODER
TV system : PAL
3 Press the Cursor buttons Language : English Main menu
Country : others
(3421) P to select
Language and the entry field
for Language in this order.

4 Press the Cursor buttons (34) P to select the desired


language.
Pressing the Cursor button (4) P repeatedly changes
the indication in the following order:
English Deutsch Franais Italiano Espaol

Suomi Norsk Dansk Nederlands Svenska

5 Press the OK button R to conclude the setting.

6 Press the EXIT button Q to exit the On Screen Display.

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Glossary

Programming ShowView Changes in Non-


VPS (Video Programme System)/
method program- ShowView ShowView
PDC (Programme Delivery Control) program- program-
The Video Programme System (VPS) or the Programme ming
ming start ming
Delivery Control (PDC) is a very convenient system which Selected time
assures that the TV programmes you have programmed for Country
timer recording will be recorded exactly from beginning to
end, even if the actual broadcasting time differs from the France, Belgium,
scheduled time due to delayed start or extension of the Netherlands,
ON OFF OFF
programme duration. Also, if a programme is interrupted and, Sweden, Denmark,
for example, some special news is inserted, the recording Finland, Norway
will also be interrupted automatically and resumed when the
programme continues. Germany,
Depending on the signals sent from the TV stations, Switzerland,
ON ON ON
the VPS/PDC system may not operate properly even when Austria,
VPS/PDC has been set to ON. Other Countries
Please check with the broadcasters in your area for details.
Italy, Spain,
OFF OFF OFF
In the case of VPS/PDC recording, use the correct time Portugal
(VPS/PDC time) for recording the TV programmes.
Set VPS/PDC to OFF when the recording time is not the If the broadcasting station is not transmitting VPS/PDC
correct time (VPS/PDC time). signals, appears in the menu for timer programming
VPS/PDC recording is not performed when the time (VPS/ under VPS/PDC.
PDC time) is incorrect, even if only by one minute. To find
out the correct time (VPS/PDC time), consult Teletext, a
newspaper or magazine, or other source.
If the actual broadcasting times of timer recordings overlap
(regardless of whether they are VPS/PDC controlled), the NICAM Broadcasting System
recording that starts first always has priority, and the (NV-FJ610EC/ECM/ECY Series, FJ606EC/
recording of the later beginning programme will start only
ECM Series, FJ604ECM Series)
after the first timer recording has finished.
NV-FJ610EC/ECM/ECY Series, FJ606EC/ECM Series,
When the VPS/PDC signal drops out because the
FJ604ECM Series feature the NICAM digital sound system, a
broadcast signal is weak, or when a TV station does not
2-channel sound broadcast system that provides either 2
transmit a regular VPS/PDC signal, the timer recording will
high-quality stereo sound tracks or 2 independent mono
be performed in the normal mode (without VPS/PDC) even
sound tracks, M1 and M2.
if it was programmed for VPS/PDC.
NICAM programmes are always accompanied by standard
In this case, even if the timer recording is performed,
(mono) sound broadcasts, and during playback, you can
whatever has been programmed will not be cancelled at
select the desired sound with the AUDIO button ?.
that particular time but at 4 a.m. on the following day.
The NICAM stereo sound can only be recorded on the
The start times of scheduled programmes listed in the
Hi-Fi audio tracks.
newspaper or magazine may be changed at a later date.
If, for some reason, you want to record a stereo, bilingual
Set VPS/PDC to OFF when programming a programme
or NICAM TV programme intentionally in mono on the Hi-Fi
whose start time has been subsequently changed.
audio tracks, set Mono to ON for the programme
Particular care must be taken in this respect with
position on which the desired programme is broadcast, as
ShowView programming since VPS/PDC is automatically
described on page 23.
set to ON in some countries.
If a programme listed in a newspaper or magazine has two
Important Note on the NICAM System
ShowView numbers, use the ShowView number for VPS/
When NV-FJ610EC/ECM/ECY Series, FJ606EC/ECM Series,
PDC if you wish to proceed with VPS/PDC recording using
FJ604ECM Series are switched on, the tuner automatically
ShowView programming.
switches to a NICAM broadcast if NICAM is being
The default settings for VPS/PDC differ depending on the
transmitted. During test transmissions, it is possible that the
country concerned. Refer to the table on the right.
sound received does not correspond to the picture being
viewed. In order to receive synchronised sound and picture,
select monaural sound with the AUDIO button ? or setting
Mono to ON. This applies only until NICAM transmissions
are fully operational.
Even if the sound track is in mono, the STEREO indication
will appear.

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Crystal View Control (CVC)
The crystal view control function ensures that you always
obtain the optimum picture quality so that you get the best
picture automatically.
While the VCR is turned on, the CVC indication \ is always
displayed to show that the Crystal View Control is activated.

21-pin Scart Socket


The 21-pin Scart socket transmits both input and output
signals for picture and sound. TVs equipped with the same
type of socket can be connected here.
This type of socket is also called Peritel, Euro Connector and
Euro AV.
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19

21

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

01 Audio output CH2 (R) 12 No connection


02 Audio input CH2 (R) 13 Red ground
03 Audio output CH1 (L) 14 Blanking ground
04 Audio ground 15 Red
05 Blue ground 16 Blanking
06 Audio input CH1 (L) 17 Video output ground
07 Blue 18 Video input ground
08 Switching voltage 19 Video output
09 Green ground 20 Video input
10 Control signal 21 Ground
11 Green

The Red, Green and Blue (RGB) video signals are looped
through only from an external source unit, for example from a
connected a pay-TV decoder, i.e. they are not from tape
playback.

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V : TO VIDEO SECTION
S : TO SYSTEM CONTROL & SERVO SECTION
AUDIO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE

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AUDIO 2 IN(R)
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TW4502 4.7
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C4511 C4540
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R4510 C4512
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15 41
R4512 C4513
220 16V10 6.0 5.0 L4502
16 OUTPUT SELECTOR 40
C C4514
16V10
C4533
0.1
C4534
6V330
6.0 0
17 39
0 C4532 560P
R4514 0
QR4503 0 220 0 (4.2) C4531 R4526
UN2215 0 C4515
18 DECODER/LINE SELECTOR 38 0.01 220
16V10 0.6
6.0 (4.3)
19 37 AL V
R4516 100K C4516 0.6 C4530
16V10 6.0 (4.3) 0.1
20 H.SW 36 A COM V
C4517 TW4501
R4517 0.6 FM MIX OUT
100K 16V10 4.5 (4.3)
220

21 35 AR V
R4520 L4501
22K 3.8 11.7 10
22 34 I S
R4518

R4519 PS 12V
220 C4529 16V47

C4518
50V0.22
QR4504 C4528 0.1
UN2215
0 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33
3.8 3.8 3.8 0.7 0 3.8 3.8 0.7 3.8 3.8 3.8
0 0

QR4505 R4521 R4525


UN2215 39K 39K

0 R4522
3300 R4524
B C4519
3300
0 0
16V10 C4521 C4522 R4523 C4523 C4524 C4525 C4526 C4527
16V47 16V10 39K 50V2.2 16V10 16V47 5600P 16V10
C4520
5600P

RF C OUT 1 V
NOR TO YC V
A1 R OUT I
A1 L OUT I
A. MUTE V
A2 L OUT I
A2 R OUT I
SW 12V I S
R4070 DECODER(L) I
R4067 150K DECODER(R) I
6800
IC4001
NJM4558M-T1 11.7 5.8 5.8 5.8
8 7 6 5
VCC
16V10
0.01

-
+ NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE IN THE
BRACKETS ( ) ON THIS DIAGRAM IS RECORD MODE WITH
C4045

R4039 R4068 R4069


C4046

+ 150K 2200 150K


- PAL COLOUR SIGNAL. (SP MODE)
A THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE OUT OF
VSS
THE BRACKETS ON THIS DIAGRAM IS PLAYBACK MODE WITH
1 2 3 4
5.8 5.8 5.8 0 PAL COLOUR SIGNAL. (SP MODE)
R4036
6800
NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING.
R4038 C4048 WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.
C4047 16V10 R4037 2200 150K 16V10

1 2 3 4
VCC
AUDIO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE
FM REC MUTE L QR4506 AUDIO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE
FROM
SYSTEM A H SW
CONTROL &
SERVO
SECTION IIC CLK

IIC DATA

DECODER (R)

5 7

3 1
FROM
INPUT/ IC4001
OUTPUT
SECTION DECODER (L)

AUDIO 2 IN (L)

AUDIO 2 IN (R)

AUDIO 1 IN (L)

AUDIO 1 IN (R)

IC4501
9 8 7 6 3 2

INPUT SELECTOR

43

RF C OUT 2 13 42

NORMAL
SELECTOR 41

FM FM
TO INPUT/ MODU- PNR-Rch PNR-Lch MODULATOR
OUTPUT LATOR
SECTION
QR4503 QR4502

A1 L OUT 16
OUTPUT SELECTOR

A1 R OUT 17

DECODER/LINE SELECTOR
FROM VIDEO
SECTION A. MUTE
37

A2 L OUT 19 H.SW
TO INPUT/ 36
OUTPUT
SECTION
A2 R OUT 20 35

NOR TO YC 21
TO/FROM
VIDEO
SECTION
RF C OUT 1 22

FM MIX OUT
TW4501

QR4504 QR4505
AR

TO/FROM A COM
VIDEO
SECTION

AL
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE
TUNER
TU7601

TO VIDEO TUN V IN 24 VIDEO OUT


SECTION

FROM
SYSTEM V OUT TO I/O 6 VIDEO IN
CONTROL
& SERVO
SECTION IC4901

Q4901
20
JK4902
AV1
(TV)

SW3
8 < PB +12V >

7 < BLUE > 26

11 < GREEN >

< RED > SW2


15

16 < BLANKING >

19 < VIDEO OUT >

20 < VIDEO IN > 28


TW3003

SW1
TO VIDEO
V OUT TO Y/C 18
SECTION
34

Q4905

DECODER

JK4903 36
AV2
(DECODER/EXT)

16 2 3
7 < BLUE >

11 < GREEN >

15 < RED >

16 < BLANKING >

19 < VIDEO OUT >

20 < VIDEO IN >

QR4903

CPB H

FROM
OSD IIC DATA 0
SECTION

IIC CLK 0
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE CAPSTAN SERVO PHASE LOOP CYLINDER SERVO PHASE LOOP
DP7501
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE CAPSTAN SERVO SPEED LOOP CYLINDER SERVO SPEED LOOP

TIMER DISPLAY IC7501 TIMER IC IC6001 SYSTEM CONTROL/SERVO IC


S1501
MODE SW
1 2 44 45 5 ~ 12 14 ~ 23 33 ~ 39 POS. SW2 32 1
2
11 FLD 24 S DATA 1 66 FLD DATA IN POS. SW3 31 3
HE-

~
FROM 4
POWER 17 FLD 18 65 FLD OUT POS. SW1 33
HE+
IC7501-1,2 PLAY/REC IC6001-35 PLAY/REC
18 FLD 17 5.5Vp-p(10msec. div) P4003
1.6Vp-p(1msec. div) CTL.HEAD(-) 94
5
S7512 IC6001-36 PLAY/REC CTL
20 FLD 16 S CLK 2 67 FLD CLK P4003 HEAD
STOP 3.0Vp-p(1msec. div) CTL.HEAD(+) 95
TW2015 6

~
5V

~
S7511 S7503 S7504 IC6001-38 PLAY/REC
PLAY 36 FLD 0 CS 3 64 FLD CS 4.0Vp-p(1msec. div)
REC CH DO P2501 P0201
P1103 P1001 FG AMP IN 87 CAPSTAN
6 AN 1 4 4 FG HEAD
1 1 IC7501-11~18,21~32,36 PLAY/REC IC7503(IR Receiver)
40.0Vp-p(1msec. div)
P1103 P1001 1 2 3
2 2
S7515 SEARCH IR 14 N SW 5V
7 AN 0
S7513 P1103 P1001
REW S7514 FF 5 5 IC6001-39 PLAY/REC 16MHz IN 38
6.0Vp-p(0.02 sec. div) X6001
S7506
P1103 P1001 16MHz OUT 39
3 3 CH UP +5V N SW 5V REG SV +5V
32kHz IN 35
P1103 P1001 IC7502(RESET)
X6002
4 4 S7501
IC7501-3 PLAY/REC 32kHz OUT 36
3 2 1 7.0Vp-p(10msec. div) SAFETY TAB SW
POWER C.B.A. S7502
S.TAB(L) 81
EJECT
REG 5V 8
T-PHOTO
5 AN 2
IC6001-68 PLAY/REC IC6001-69 PLAY/REC
5.0Vp-p(10msec. div) 6.0Vp-p(5msec. div) S-PHOTO 7
+5V IC1501 IC1502
P FAIL(L) 78 P FAIL(L) T-REEL S-REEL
SENSOR SENSOR
SYS TLK 68 T TLK
TO/FROM 2 1 2 1 Q1502 D1501 Q1501
OSD SENSOR
SYS LSN 69 T LSN IC6001-79,80 PLAY/REC SUPPLY LED
TAKE UP
8.0Vp-p(0.2sec. div)
TL6012 TL6013 PHOTO PHOTO
SYS CLK 70 T CLK T-REEL PULSE 80 3 4 3 4 SENSOR SENSOR
IC6001-70 PLAY/REC S-REEL PULSE 79
TO/FROM IIC CLKS 71 IIC C 5.0Vp-p(0.1msec. div) TW2001
I/O, AUDIO, H SW
VIDEO TRACKING ENVE 9 TRACKING ENVE
IIC DATAS 72 IIC D

ROTARY SW 15 ROTARY.SW VIDEO H.SW 18 H. SW


TO/FROM
TO/FROM VIDEO
VIDEO H.A.SW 16 H.A.SW D REC(H) 21 D REC(H)
IC6001-71 PLAY/REC
ENV SEL 17 ENVE SLECT 6.0Vp-p(5msec. div) ART.V/H/N 13 ART V/H/N

TO AUDIO FM REC MUTE(L) 23 FM REC MUTE(L)

DA REC(H) 26 DA REC(H) SHORT D(L) 83 SHORT DET(L) FROM VIDEO

TO VIDEO BIAS(H) 27 BIAS(H) A DEF(H) 1 A DEF(H) TO I/O

V SYSNC(L) 29 V SYNC(L) LP(H) 2 LP(H) TO VIDEO


IC6001-72 PLAY/REC
6.0Vp-p(5msec. div)
CAPSTAN IC0201 CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE CAP TL AFC S 3 AFC S FROM I/O
MOTOR
TL0201 L0201 TL2503
F ADJ 12 F ADJ TO VIDEO
Q0203 6 1 24
MOTOR DIFFERENTIAL TORQUE TL P0201 P2501 CAL(H) 20 +5V
5 2 22 AMP 12 11 CURRENT LIMIT
DRIVE AMPRIFIER CONTROL 1 QR6004
4 3 25
Q0201 EC P0201 P2501 QR6005 TO OSD
26 10 25Hz
76 CAP.ET
AMP 2 (SWITCHING)
27 A H SW
P ON IC6001-15,18,19 PLAY/REC TO AUDIO
1 7.0Vp-p(10msec. div) IC6001-48 PLAY/REC
82 P ON(L) 200mVp-p(5msec. div) QR6003
Q0202 H3 2 S7505
UNREG 14V 3
POSITION N SW 5V
TORQUE P0201 P2501
H1 4 SIGNAL DIRECTION 7 74 CAP R/F AUDIO. H. SW 19
PROCESS 3
5 QR6007
28 5V FM MUTE(H) 28
H2 6 QR6006 (FM MUTE)
LOADING 9 18 UNREG 14V TL2502 N SW 5V
MOTOR IC6001-50,52 PLAY
P1501 P2501 P0201 P0201 P2501 2.25Vp-p(20 sec. div)
M 19 15 63 LOADING(H)
1 9 9 CONTROL 12 MUTE(H) TO VIDEO
P1501 P2501 P0201 LOGIC P0201 P2501
21 16 62 UNLOADING(H)
2 8 8 11
OSD FSC IN 48 FSC
FROM
OSD, VIDEO
CYLINDER MOTOR UNIT IC2502 CYLINDER MOTOR DRIVE CV IN 50 VIDEO FROM Y/C
INPUT OUTPUT
MODE P2502 IC6001-76 PLAY/REC CV OUT 52 V OUT TO I/O TO I/O
PIN 15 PIN 16 PIN 19 PIN 21 M1 PG/FG 4 90 CYL.PFG 3.5Vp-p(5 sec. div)
H L H L FORWARD
MAIN COIL 1
M1 1 2 Q7802 (AMP)
MAIN COIL 2 IC6001-77 PLAY/REC C SYNC 58 C SYNC FROM VIDEO
L H L H REWIND HE- 2 M2 MOTOR DIFFERENTIAL TORQUE 5.0Vp-p(5 sec. div)
MAIN COIL 3 1 9 77 CYL.ET.
H H L L BRAKE VM 3 DRIVE AMPLIFIER CONTROL
M3
L L OPEN OPEN STOP VM 4 16
GND 5
HE+ 6
M3 7 HE-
HALL 7
IC HE+ 8 SCHMIT
HE+
M2 9 6 IC2502-1,2 PLAY/REC
10.0Vp-p (2msec. div) IC6001-90 PLAY/REC
5Vp-p(10msec. div)
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE IC3501

P3502
7
3 L
P3502
SW 10
2
VCC R LP L' (49 m)
P3502 SP R(26 m)
9
1
30 SW A L (33 m)

TW3030

SW
P3502 A R (33 m)
X3001
Q3003 4
6 SP L(26 m)
4.433619MHz 31 L' LP R'(49 m)
P3502
SW 3
5
IC3001 P3502 R'
67 66 20 19 31 30 6
4

ENV VXO
B A A SQPB
DEM DET
OUT 32 27 34 2 1

VHS
B

H SW
SUB FM DOUBLE
LPF DEM PEAKING H A SW
LIM
PB TO/FROM
ENV SEL SYSTEM
RF RF IN
W/DC LTRAP 15 TRK ENVE CONTROL &
HTRAP AGC
ADJ &HPF SERVO
ART V/H/N
FAMI REC C SYNC
PB
+2.5dB CLP3
FROM
REC LPF V OUT TO Y/C INPUT/OUTPUT
SECTION

DEV MOD
ADJ

FAMI/
(Y1) VV
(Y3)
MAIN
DELAY LPF
NLE PB 54
DTE NLDE
EE
REC

EE/FAMI EE TO
ARTIF NOISE V OUT SYSTEM
FAMI Y/C SUB 52 VIDEO FROM YC CONTROL &
CLP1 MIXER SYNC CL IP
CLP SERVO
VV (Y2)
VV V IN
50
(VIDEO OUT
SELECT) AGC 48

DOP
YNR TO
MIXER SEC VIDEO FROM YC
SWICH 43 OSD SECTION
CPS
NORM
AGC
DET
DET 42
S1 EE
NC1 MAIN VV/FAMI SP=
FAMI VV
YNR BPF SYNC -3dB
CLP2 SECVV
AGC SEP
PICT CK-SW
S-PILOT 56
NOR- -ERASE FROM
NC2 COR TUN V IN INPUT/OUTPUT
BM-B NAP TO SECTION
VV/ A 24
FAMI EE
SUB FAMI
YNR BPF
PROC 2fsc
2fsc
1H-DL LPF
BURST LPFA 2H-DL
1H-DL OH-DL OH-DL
U/D
DELAY
FROM BM-A
VV ROT1 38
LP SCL
I2C TO
FSC OSD SECTION
-6dB BUS
NTSC- VV-SP/FAMI
SDA
EP/SP 37
ROTARY SW
EE 12C TINT FAMI IIC CLK
PEC IIC DATA
FPC 6.6 ACC
EE FSC 27 FSC
TRAP C
VV EE
ROT 2
ROTAPC :4 630
:4 BPF
2.2 C
APC TRAP VV
CK CKDET REC Y
A ADJ
SP/LP/EP

ACC
DET
CHROMA TO/FROM
EE REC SYSTEM
CONTROL &
CACC REC-C CHROMA
DET CACC ADJ GAIN REC OUT QR3007 SERVO
14
VV
CK-ON
LP H
V SYNC L
QR3006

RF-Q
ADJ
12

F ADJ
K3003
R0206
(FG HEAD)

D 1 2 3 4
R0213
R0212

Q0203
P0201
R0207 IC0201 Q0202
TL 1 4 3
TO SYSTEM CONTROL & SERVO/

(CAPSTAN MOTOR DRIVE)


EC 2 HOLE
SENSOR
TIMER SECTION P2501 (E-1)

R/F 3 RCC SET


H3 H3- VCC
FG1 4 1 2 1 28
-
GND(FG) 5 C0201 +
A3
NC
R0210 Q0201
5V 6 2 27

DIFFERENTAL AMP
POSITION SIGNAL
H3+
GND(MOTOR) 7 D0203 TL0204 TL0202 TL0203
H1- VM1
OUT 2 8 3 A1 26
-
C OUT 1 9 TL0201

PROCESS
+ A3
PS 14V 10 4 25 L0201
R0208 H1+
R IN 11 4 3 A2 C0208
H2- A1
F IN 12 HOLE 5 24 1 6
SENSOR -
R0204
H1 + ATC
1 2 6 23 C0209 C0210 2 5
H2+
ED/S TORQUE A2
7 22 3 4
DIRECTION
GND OUT2
8 21 CAPSTAN MOTOR
VM1 DRIVER
MAIN COIL
VH+ HALL RNF
9 20
R0209 POWER
4 3
EC EC AMP OUT1
HOLE 10 19
SENSOR VCC
H2 ECR VM2
1 2 11 18 TL0205
TL DRIVER
B 12
TL AMP
17
AMP CONTROL
PCV LOGIC RIN
13 16
PC1 TSD FIN
14 15

R0201 R0211

C0206 C0207

1 2 3 4 5 6 7
AUDIO SIGNAL PATH
R7301
PK7301 0
1.5
SIF 1
0
GND 2
0 R7315 0 C7318 16V10 R7316 6800
TU AUDIO 3 C7301
0 0.01
4
0
E 5 R7314
0
6 3300
4.9
SW 5V 7
C7317 C7316
TO INPUT/OUTPUT C7326
6V100 0.1
& TUNER SECTION 0.015 R7309 C7319
PK7301 (B-13) 220 16V47 C7320
4700P C7321
TL7302 TL7301 50V0.47

IC7301 0 2.4 0 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3 0 0 2.6 2.5


TDA9873H
44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34

D AF SWITCH
C7327 R7307
0.015 6800 2.4 2.4

B/G,D/K,I,M(KOREA)STANDARD
1 33 C7322
N

2.4 2.4 50V0.47

STEREO DECODER
2 32

STEREO ADJUST
DIGITAL
C7328 R7308 IDENTIFICATION
6800 2.4 2.9 C7323 R7311 7500
0.015 3 31
PILOT 0.1
C7310 NARROW-BAND PLL
0.01 0 5.1 R7312 100
4 30
0 5.0
16V10

16V10
5 29
C7309 R7313 100
0.01 2.4 4.9
6 28
IIC-BUS
C7312

C7313

0 TRANSCEIVER 0
C 7 POWER 27
SUPPLY
2.3 1.4 C7302
8 AF AF 26
N 50V0.47
AMPLIFIER AMPLIFIER
N 0 2.3
9 1 2 25
C7308
0

50V0.47 2.4 1.3 N


10 24
R7317

R7318

C7303
0 0 50V0.47
11 23
DIGITAL
FM DEMODULATER ACQUISITION FM DEMODULATER
NARROW-BAND PLL OSCILLATOR NARROW-BAND PLL
R7319 R7320 SC1 CLOCK SC2 3
R7304
3300 3300 4700 1 VR7301
2
EVNCBAA00B14
B PK7302
5.0
SCL 1
5.1
SDA 2 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
0
3 0 0 2.7 2.5 0 0 2.8 0 0 0.8 0
0
AUDIO(R) 4
0
GND 5
0
AUDIO(L) 6
TO INPUT/OUTPUT R7305 TL7303
R7306
& TUNER SECTION C7307 5600
5600 X7301
PK7302 (A-13) 680P
VSX1086-T C7304
C7306 C7305
680P
0.012 0.012

K7301
0
A

NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE ON THIS NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM IS STOP MODE. DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING.
WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
AUDIO SIGNAL PATH VIDEO SIGNAL PATH

R0713
0

R0717 R0740
470:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J) 270:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J) C0721

220P
1500:(C,F) 6 1 470:(C,F) 180P:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J)
E 82P:(C,F)

R0726

3300K
68K
T0701
2

C0724
EQV5EC082P

C0707 R0711
180
(A,B,D,E,G,H,J)

ECUV1H330GUV
EQV5EC083P

R0745
4 3 (C,F)

50V2.2

C0717
C0719
(C,F)

50V0.47
C0706

R0727
50V1

C0708
0.1
0
3.0 1.8 1.5 3.1 1.6 2.0 3.2 4.2 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.3 R0728
R0701 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 100K
A B
BPF
EQ LPF VCO FLL R0746
D AMP TRAP
560K

BPF AMP
SW
LIM AGC
FIL
IC0701 AMP CONT AFT
LA75503 AMP
IST
FM VIDEO APC SIF C0715
DET DET DET DET 3P
S VIF IF IST RF
PLL AMP AGC AMP AGC
DEEMPHP
R0742
R0741 150
24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 220
2.4 2.1 2.1 3.2 2.8 2.8 0 4.8 1.5 0 4.0 2.3 Q0702
C 2SD601A-STX
D0702 (AMP)
MA77
1000P

10V390
C0713
10K

1u

C0712
C0716 R0705 R0743

0.1
0.022 1K PK0701
3600
C0702

0
R0708

C0701

9 GND
0
8 VIDEO MUTE
4.8
3 7 VIF 5V
R0707 1 1.5
39K 6 VIDEO OUT
VR0701 2 C0703 R0725 100 2.3
1u C0714
EVNCBAA00B14 1u 5 AFC
1.5

C0704 0.033
4 SIF OUT
0
3
0
K0709 2
K0703 R0730 10K 0
0 0 10 8 7 6 1
B R0719 R0729 (A,B,D,E,G,H,J)
TO INPUT/OUTPUT
4700 10K & TUNER SECTION
TU7601
R0715 (B-13)
K0707
22K 0
X0704
VLF1493 1 2 3 4 5
(A,B,D,E,G,H,J)
VLF1495
PP0701 (C,F)
0
GND 4
0
IF 3
4.0
AGC 2
0
4 MHz 1 L0701 1 2 3 4 5
(TO TUNER UNIT) ELJNAR18JF:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J)
ELJNAR22JF:(C,F) C0710
0.01
C0711
16V22

A X0701
VLF1416:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J) L0703 NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE ON THIS
VLF1417:(C,F) ELJNA2R2JF:(A,B,D,E,G,H,J)
ELJNA1R8JF:(C,F) DIAGRAM IS STOP MODE.
NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING.
WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE AUDIO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE AUDIO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE

C4906 R4924
LB4903
470P 220 TW3002 75
VIDEO
OUT

JK4902-1,3 PLAY R4927


250mVp-p (0.5msec. div) 47K
A :TO AUDIO SECTION JK4901 C4908 LB4904

D4905 MA4075

D4906 MA4075
VJJ0377 JK4903-1,3 PLAY 470P 220
S :TO SYSTEM CONTROL & SERVO/TIMER SECTION 250mVp-p (0.5msec. div) JK4902 R4926
(2 SCART) 47K Q4904
V :TO VIDEO SECTION
E 0 2SD601A
O :TO OSD SECTION
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21
(SWITCHING)
C4907
Rch Lch 470P 5.1
L4901 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 0.2
0.22
1 2 3 Q4903
0 2SD601A
R4921
(SWITCHING)
TW4902 330
0 5.1

C4912 47P C4913


TW4903 TW3003
47P
LB4902 LB4901
220 220 R4925
JK4902-1~3 REC 75
R4923 300mVp-p(2msec. div) JK4902-19 PLAY
330 0.4Vp-p (20 sec. div)
JK4903-1~3 REC
C4909 TW4907 300mVp-p(2msec. div) JK4903-19 PLAY
C7619 470P 0.4Vp-p (20 sec. div)
0.1 0.1
0
Q4905
TW4901 2SD1328
A AUDIO 1 IN (L) 0.1 (SWITCHING)
A A1 L OUT
A A1 R OUT LB4906
C4914 220
A A2 L OUT 470P

TW4906
O CPB(H) JK4902
R4915 22K JK4902-20 REC JK4903
S PS 14V 0.4Vp-p (20 sec. div)
R4912 4700 LB4907 1 AUDIO OUT(R)
D S GND
R4913
220 JK4903-20 REC
0.4Vp-p (20 sec. div) 2 AUDIO IN(R)
15K C4905 3 AUDIO OUT(L)
470P 4 GND(A)
R4928 5 GND
C4903 75 6 AUDIO IN(L)
1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21
0 470P 7 BLUE
2.8 QR4903 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 8 PB +12V
UN2212 C4904 9 GND
470P
0 (INV.) JK4903 10 -/CONTROL
VJS3634 11 GREEN
(2 SCART)
12 -/DATA
R4901 330 C4902 13 GND
C4901 47P 47P
A AUDIO 2 IN (L) 14 GND
R4902 330 R4929 15 RED
A AUDIO 2 IN (R)
75
A PS 12V K4009 16 BLANKING
(2 SCART)
A SW 12V 17 GND
S PS 12V 18 GND
V V OUT TO Y/C 19 VIDEO OUT
20 VIDEO IN
21 GND

A A2 R OUT
C A AUDIO 1 IN (R)

S SLEEP(H) L4902 68
S REG 5V L4904 68
S SW 12V
S UNREG 5.6V R4905
C1206

C4932
A V VCC 470
0.1 Q4901

6V330

6V330
0.1
C4917 2SB709A

0.1
Q1201 Q1202 0.1

0.1
0.1
(AMP)

R4916 470
IC4901-34 PLAY 1.3
2SD1996 2SD1996 0.8Vp-p(20msec. div)
(REG.) (REG.)

C4939

C4940
C4925

C4928
C4923
0 0.6 R4934
5.0 5.7 5.6 5.0 1K
C4941
C1201 6V100

0.1
5.7 C1208 5.7 C1205 2.0
0.01 6V47 1.7 0 11.2 0 0 0 0 1.7 5.0 1.1 0 0 1.7 0 4.8 2.2 0
(2.1) (0) (1.9) R4933
IC4901-26 PLAY 910
10mVp-p(5msec. div) 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19

V1 IN

GND

V1 OUT

PB(H)

A1 IN

A1 MUTE

A1 OUT

A MUTE

V2 IN

N SW 5V

V2 OUT

GND

A2 IN

A2 MUTE

A2 OUT

PS 5V

V IN FROM OSD

GND
C1204 R1204 IC4901
0.01 1K
LA73021M
R A C
2.4 0 5.7
R1201 IC1201 IC4901-20 PLAY
2700 UPC1093J 0.4Vp-p (20msec. div)

B C1202
0.01
1 2

A IN FROM Y/C
POWER SAVE

A OUT TO Y/C

V OUT TO Y/C
IC4901-2,3 REC

RGB OFF(H)
RIPPLE FLT
IP1201

V OUT FOR
2.0Vp-p(10msec. div)
0.1

UNH000300A

TUN A IN

TUN V IN
IIC DATA

VBI ENC
IIC CLK

SAT(H)

V REF
R1203 C1203

A3 IN

V3 IN
GND

GND
C1207

62K 10V22

12V
R1202
2700 1 2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
IC4901-2 PLAY 0 0 0.2 0.2 2.3 6.1 0 10.7 1.7 11.7 0 0 0.2 2.8 1.0 1.0
IP1202 10.0mVp-p(5msec. div) 5.1 5.1 (1.5) (1.4) IC4901-18,20,36 REC
UNH000300A 0.4Vp-p (20 sec. div)

16V47
C4922 C4926
16V47 16V47

0.1
TL4901

0.1
C4921
0.1
A RF C OUT 2 (A1)

C4929

C4927

C4933
V TUN V IN (A2) R4907 R4908 R4911 R4931
IC4901-3 PLAY 220 220 220 10K
1.75mV(10msec. div)
A DECODER (L) (A4)
(2 SCART)
IC4901-26,34 REC
V PS 5V (A6) 0.8Vp-p (20 sec. div)
A DECODER (R) (A7)
V TUN AUDIO IN (A8) L4903
LB4910 68
C4938
2200P

(A11) (A14)
(A13) (A8) (A2) (A1)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PROG(H) O
IIC DATA 0 O
IIC CLK 0 O
N SW 5V S O
V OUT TO I/O S
PS 5V S

AUDIO DEF(H) S
PS 36V S
AFC S S
IIC DATAS S A V
IIC CLKS S A V
SW2 S
C4935
LB7601 2200P

TU7601
ENG47307G1:(A,D,G,H)
C7601 C7602 VEK8959:(B,E,J)
6V100 220P ENG47308G1:(C)
ENG47309G1:(F)
L7601
33
4.9
1 B(+)B

0
2 GND
C7613
0 R7602 100 3.0 (3.4)
3 DATA
C7603
K7608 6V100 R7601 100 2.9
4 CLK
L7602
33 4.8
5 M(+)B

R7603 1K L7603 33 0.6


6 VIDEO IN

0
7 AUDIO IN
L7605
10 4.0
R7606 8 AGC(NC)
100 R7607
C7612 100 2.5
220P 9 BT(NC)
R7609 0
330 C7606 10 NC
33P
3.6 (2.9)
11 CLK
R7608 K7605
330 2.7
12 DATA
C7605
33P 0
L7604 13 CS
(A6)
33
4.8
14 (+)B

C7611 0.1 0
15 SW 1

31.0
16 BTL30V
K4903
C7618 0
C7610 50V10 C7608 17 IF OUT
0.1
C7615 0.01
0.1 0
C7607 R7612 18 IF IN
6V100 0
D7601 0
(C,D,E,F,H,J) 19 SW 1
MA4300
L7606 L7608 1.0 0
20 SW 2

Q7601 0
21 AUDIO OUT
2SD601A

TO TV DEMODULATOR
D7604 0
MA165TA5VT L7608
(MUTE) 1.5
22 SIF OUT
R7610
0.7 150
0 (A,B,G) 2.3

PACK PK0701
23 AFC
R7613
150
1.5
(A14) 24 VIDEO OUT

(C-9)
4.8
D7603 25 VIF 5V
MA165TA5VT
0
26 VIDEO MUTE
Q7606 K7603
0 0
2SD601A 27 GND
R7614 (MUTE)
560 DU7601
0.6 0.6
R7622 C7623 33P
R7621 150K
1800 R7615
R7620 10K
1.3 0 0 0 0
0.6 100K
Q7604 PK7301

TO NICAM DECODER
2SD601A 1.5

TO DECODER PACK
0.6 Q7605 1 SIF

PACK PK7301 (E-1)


(MUTE) 0
2SB709A 0
2 GND (TUNER)
(A13) 3 TUN AUDIO IN

PK7301 (E-1)
(C,D,E,F,H,J)
(A DEF H :ON) C7621 R7623
0
4
50V2.2 150K 0
5

(A,B,G)
(A4) L7609 0
10 6
4.9
(A11) 7 REG 5V

TO NICAM DECODER
(C,D,E,F,H,J) PK7302

TO DECODER PACK
5.1

PACK PK7302 (C-1)


1 SCL
5.1
2 SDA
0

PK7302 (B-1)
(C,D,E,F,H,J)
3
(A7) 0
4 AUDIO (R)
0

(A,B,G)
C7620 5 GND(TUNER)
50V2.2 0
6 AUDIO (L)

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: L7609


COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS
FOR SAFETY. (A,B,G)
WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS USE ONLY THE SAME TYPE.

NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE IN THE BRACKETS ( ) ON NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC
THIS DIAGRAM IS RECORD MODE WITH PAL COLOUR SIGNAL. (SP MODE) DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING.
THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE OUT OF THE BRACKETS ON WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.
THIS DIAGRAM IS PLAYBACK MODE WITH PAL COLOUR SIGNAL. (SP MODE)

10 11 12 13
CYLINDER SERVO SPEED LOOP

MAIN COIL 2 P2901

& SERVO/TIMER SECTION


1 M2

TO SYSTEM CONTROL
MAIN COIL 3 2 VH+
3 M3
4 HE+
HALL IC
A 5 GND(CYL)

P2502 (E-1)
6 VM
7 VM
MAIN COIL 1 8 HE-
9 M1

NOTE: DO NOT USE ANY PART NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR
ORDERING.WHEN YOU ORDER A PART,PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.

1 2 3
AUDIO SIGNAL PATH

L7302 C7302 K7303


1 6V100 K7305 0

FL7301 K7302
VLF0633-T 0

E 1 3
C7304 C7303
6V100 2 0.01

R7327
C7307 R7302 C7311 8200
PK7301 0.01 0 0 R7325
1.5
SIF 1 C7316 0
0 0.1
GND 2 0
TU AUDIO 3 X7302
0 L7301 VSX0953
4
0.1
5
0 0
6 0 4.9 0 0 1.9 0 0 1.4 1.5 0
4.9
SW 5V 7 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12

TEST1

VDDA2

VSSA2

ADDR2

1 REF

TEST2

TP3

XTALI

XTALO

ADDR1

PCLK
TO INPUT/OUTPUT
D & TUNER SECTION
PK7301 (B-13)

1.9 0
23 SIF2 TP1 11
C7315 0.1 1.9 0
24 VREF1 NICAM 10
1.9 0
25 SIF1 TP2 9
4.9 0
26 CRESET VDEC2 8
C7312 0.1 0 0
27 VSSA3 VSSD2 7
4.9 IC7301 5.2 LB7301
28 VDDA3 VDDD1 6
PK7302 TDA9874AH 0 C7325
5.2 R7305 100 5.2 0 0.1
C SCL 1 29 SCL VSSD1 5
5.1
SDA 2 R7306 100 5.1 0
0
3 30 SDA VSSA1 4
0 C7324
AUDIO(R) 4 0
IC7302 0 4.9 0.1
PST7043 31 SDO VDDA1 3
GND 5 0
AUDIO(L) 6 0
32 WS OUT R 2
2.4
C7341 4700

C7342 4700

TO INPUT/OUTPUT IN G OUT
C7306 33

C7305 33

0 2.4
& TUNER SECTION 33 SCK OUT L 1
PK7302 (A-13) 1 2 3
4.9 0 4.9

MONO IN
SYS CLK

V REF2
VDDD3

VSSD3

VSSA4
OUT M
EXTIR

EXTIL
R7328 R7329

P1

P2
C7308 220 220
50V2.2 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
0 4.9 0 4.9 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4 4.9 2.4 0
B

0
R7316
10K
TL7303 TL7304

LB7303
TL7301 R7324
C7317 220 C7318
16V10 6V47

C7313
0.1
C7319 C7320
K7301 16V10 16V10
0

NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE ON THIS NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC
DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING.
DIAGRAM IS STOP MODE.
WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
E

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

100

0.1
C7735
R7792

R7793

R7794

R7795

R7796

R7797

R7798

R7799

R7741

R7742

R7743

R7744
0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 0 0 0 5.1 5.1 0 0
80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

D8

D9

D10

D11

D12

D13

D14

D15

P2.0

A1

A2

A3

A4

P2.5

P2.6

P2.7

VSS

P3.0

VCC

P3.1

P3.2

P3.3

P3.4

P3.5

P3.6

P3.7

P4.0

P4.1
0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 R7705 R7778 100
47K 81 D7 P4.4 50
64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 0.2 0
R7777 100
82 D6 P4.5 49
D15

D14

D13

D12

D11

D10

D9

D8

D7

D6

D5

D4

D3

D2

D1

D0
C7701 C7720 0.2 0 IC7703-37 STOP
0.1 6V47 R7776 100 5.0Vp-p (0.1msec. div)
83 D5 P4.6 48
L7702 0.2 0
39 R7775 100
1 VDD1 VDD1 48 84 D4 /CS3 47
5.1 5.1 0.2 5.1
R7774 100 R7751 100
2 A0 VSS1 47 85 D3 /WR 46
5.1 0 0.2 (51) P4.3 5.1
R7773 100
3 A1 TEST1 46 86 D2 P5.1 45
5.1 0 0.2 (52) P4.2 5.1
R7772 100 R7752 100
4 A2 /AC 45 87 D1 /RD 44
0 5.1 0.2 5.1
R7771 100 R7753 2700 L7707 22
5 A3 P8 44 88 D0 BCLK 43
D 5.1 0 0.2 2.4
6 TEST2 P7 43 89 P10.7 P5.4 42
0 0 0 5.1
R7746 100 R7784 4700 R7785 4700
7 /CS3 P6/R 42 90 P10.6/CPB P5.5/HOLD 41
5.1 0
IC7701 0 5.1
8 BCLK P5/G 41 91 P10.5 IC7703 P5.6 40
2.3 M3506SWVAX 0 5.1 0
9 /WR P4/B 40 92 P10.4/AV1 PB(H) M3062SVCEY P5.7/RDY 39 5.1
5.1 0 0
10 /RD P3/BLNK 39 93 P10.3 P6.0 38
5.1 0 0 0
11 TEST3 P2/CSYN 38 94 P10.2 P6.1/T-CLK 37
0 0 5.1 4.2
12 VDD2 P1/EDO1 37 95 P10.1 P6.2/T-TLK 36 5.1
5.0 0 5.1
C7702 (17) LEBK (31) LP4 IC7701-33 STOP
0.1 13 CVIDEO1 P0/BOXMODE(H) 36 0 96 AVSS P6.3/T-LSN 35 5.1
0.3 0.2Vp-p (1 sec. div) 0 (29) P7.1/IIC CLK
(32) VSS4
14 VSS2 VERT 35 0 97 P10.0 P6.4 34
0 0 (30) P7.0/IIC IN OUT 0
SECAMIN

15 CVIDEO2 HOR 34 0 98 VREF P6.5 33


0
VREF1

5.1 0
CVIN1

CVIN2

CVIN3
VDD3

VDD4
VSS3

P9.5/PROG ON(H)
16 LECHA FSCIN 33 2.4
LP1

LP2

LP3

99 AVCC P6.6 32
NC

NC

2.4

P7.7/RESET(L)
C7708 5.1 0

P8.2/SLICER
P8.3/P50INT

P7.2/CS_EE
0.1 100 P9.7 P6.7 31

P8.0/25(Hz)
17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 0 0

P8.5/NMI
/RESET
1.5 1.2 0.3 0.2 1.1 5.0 1.1 0 5.0 0.3 0 0.3 5.0 5.0 5.0 0

CNVSS

XOUT
BYTE

/CST
VCC
P9.6

P9.4

P9.3

P9.2

P9.1

P9.0

P8.7

P8.6

P8.1

P7.6

P7.5

P7.4

P7.3
VSS

XIN
IC7703-36 STOP
5.0Vp-p (10msec. div)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
C 0 0 0 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5.1 2.4 0 2.4 5.1 5.1 4.7 5.1 5.1 0 4.8 5.1 0 0 0 0 5.1 5.1 5.1

IC7701-21 STOP
2.0Vp-p (20 sec. div)

2200

4700

4700
100

0.1

100

100

100
R7757

R7759

R7761

R7704
C7736
6V47

IC7703-35 STOP
0.1

R7708 R7709 R7710


39

6.0Vp-p (5msec. div)


R7707 510 510 510

100

100

100
R7765

R7766

R7767
470
C7709

C7705
L7701

C7711 C7712 C7713 C7714 C7715 C7716 C7717 C7718


K7704

R7756

R7755

R7754
1 0.01 0.01 47P 1 470P 1 470P

6V47
C7752
R7712 R7714
5.1 1K 15K
Q7701
2SD601A 1.6
1.1 C7722 R7715
0.1 1500
IC7703-29,30 STOP
B C7721
25V4.7
Q7702 C7723 R7716 R7760
X7701
VSX1043-T
5.0Vp-p (0.5msec. div)
R7711 0.1 5600 0
100K
1.5 2SB709A
0.8
0 IC7703-18 STOP C7749
7.0Vp-p (10 sec. div) 27P C7768 C7740 C7770
L7704 4700 4700 4700
Q7703 39 K7702 IP7701 K7703 R7769
100
2SD601A
5.1 C7739 C7750 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1
R7729 C7729 C7730 0.1 27P
0.1 6V100 8 7 6 5
V S (A3) 1.6 1K
VIDEO FROM YC

VCC

MODE

SCL

SDA
1.0
S I N SW 5V (A4)
S V FSC (A5)
C7728
I CPB(H) (A6)

PBO
PRE

VSS
R7713 25V4.7

PBI
100K R7730 L7706
3300
I PROG(H) (A8) Q7709 1.5 10
1 2 3 4
S 25Hz (A9) 2SB709A 0.8 0 0 0 0
S CS (A10) 0 C7731 C7740 C7742
82P 6V47
S SYS LSN (A11) 0.1
S SYS TLK (A12)
S SYS CLK (A13) IC7704
S P FAIL(L) (A14) M24C16-WBN6
V S GND(D) (A15)
A I IIC CLK 0 (A16)
(A4) (A8) (A17)
I IIC DATA 0 (A17)
(A3) (A5) (A6) (A9) (A10) (A11) (A12) (A13) (A14) (A15) (A16)

S : TO SYSTEM CONTOROL & SERVO SECTION


I : TO INPUT/OUTPUT & TUNER SECTION
A : TO AUDIO SECTION NOTE : THE MEASUREMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE ON THIS NOTE : DO NOT USE ANY PARTS NUMBER SHOWN ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR ORDERING. IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE:
V : TO VIDEO SECTION
DIAGRAM IS STOP MODE. WHEN YOU ORDER A PART, PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST. COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR SAFETY.
WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS USE ONLY THE SAME TYPE.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
PLAY STOP SEARCH
S7511 VEQ11L07B S7512 VEQ11L07B S7515 VEQ11L07B

CAUTION THE MARK INDICATES THE PRIMARY CIRCUIT TO DISTINGUISH THE PRIMARY FROM
THE SECONDARY CIRCUIT.
PAY ATTENTION NOT TO RECEIVE AN ELECTRIC SHOCK DURING REPAIR AND SERVICE OF
THE PRODUCTS. S7513 VEQ11L07B S7514 VEQ11L07B
T1101 REW FF P1103
ETE28K127AZ
1 AN 3
HOT S9
2 GND(F1)

TO SYSTEM CONTROL & SERVO/


F 18 C1116 3 AN 2

TIMER SECTION P1001 (D-13)


100P 4 AN F
5 S3
D1125 6 N.SW -29V
C1104 11EQS06 7
1000P PT S8
2 17 8 HEATER(+)
D1102 T1101-3 STOP 9 UNREG 5.6V
P1101
LB1101 S1WBA80 or 11Vp-p(5msec.div) IP1101 C1144
S1WBA60S VSF0015A10T C1143 10 HEATER(-)
VJS3306 0.01
10V330 11 UNREG 36V
L1107 L1108
12 GND
ELF15N005A ELF17N004A
4
~ +
1 3
P1 S7
16 1 2 13 GND
LB1103 14 GND(MOTOR)
C1145
3 4 1 2 15 UNREG 14V
D1118 0.01
16
RD100E-TB C1109
C1120 0.01 P2 S3
C1118 R1122 C1119 4 15 C1136
AC INLET 400V R1102
E 0.1 330K 0.1
33 39K 220P

D1114 L1122
2 1 4 3 RK36LF-C4 22
C1108 D1103 NC S4
5 14
47P AP01CV2
3 2
F1101 ~ C1134 C1135
XBA2C16TH15 10V2200 10V330
LB1104 C1142 L1124
LB1102 220P 100
V1 S6
6 13
C1106 K1108
0.1 D1124
C1140 C1141
ERA22-04
C1101 50V100 0.01
1000P LB1106 R1115 D1104
33 MA185
V2 S1
7 12
C1133 220P K1109
D1109 D1110 C1103
D IC1101-5 STOP
ERA15-08V5 ERA15-08V5 1000P R1105
3.9M D1121 L1121 SHIELD CASE
1.0Vp-p(5 sec.div) RL2ZPLF-C4 22
NC S2
R1106 8 11
D1106 IC1101-1 STOP 4.7M
R1110 C1131 C1132
10K MA4220 500Vp-p(5 sec.div) 25V680 25V330
C1139 L1123
100P 100
C1114 D1130 S5
IC1101 35V47 MA7300B
10
STRM6559LF 16.7 D1123
C1137 C1138
5 ERA22-04
50V47 0.01

276
1 Q1111
CNX82A5387
C DRIVE
R1121
1.0 5.9 2700
START O.V.P LATCH LB1105 6 1
R1109
0 VLP0056 1500
R1114 R1101 R1120 R1119
2
3300 R1125 560 2400 10K
13.5 4.8 270
REG 5 2

D1107 C1112
R1111 1SS254 8200P IC1102
0.3 0 150 1.1 0 PC1093J
7 TRIGER T.S.D O.S.C O.C.P 4 4 3

R1112 R1113
220 1

B 4.5
C A
2.5
R

C1102 R1116
0.1 2700

6 3
IC1101-4 STOP IC1101-2 STOP
1.1 14Vp-p(10 sec.div)
1.0Vp-p(5 sec.div)

D1105
IC1101-7 STOP IC1101-6 STOP R1108 MA700
640mVp-p(5 sec.div) 4.4Vp-p(5 sec.div) 100
NOTE: THE MEASURMENT MODE OF THE DC VOLTAGE ON THIS DIAGRAM IS STOP MODE.
R1107 C1110 C1111
A 150K 6V330 1000P
NOTE1: WHEN MEASURE THE VOLTAGE OR WAVEFORM ON THE POWER TRANSFORMER
CIRCUIT,SET THE GND TERMINAL OF MEASURING POINT AS FOLLOWS.
PRIMARY SIDE..... NOTE: DO NOT USE ANY PART NUMBER SHOWN
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: SECONDARY SIDE... ON THIS SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM FOR
COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED WITH THE MARK HAVE THE SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS FOR SAFETY. NOTE2: THE DC VOLTAGE INDICATED IN PRIMARY SIDE IS SHOWN THE VOLTAGE WHEN ORDERING.WHEN YOU ORDER A PART,
WHEN REPLACING ANY OF THESE COMPONENTS,USE ONLY THE SAME TYPE. INPUT AC IS 240V. PLEASE REFER TO PARTS LIST.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN PLAYBACK MODE VIDEO MAIN SIGNAL PATH IN REC MODE CAPSTAN SERVO PHASE LOOP CAPSTAN SERVO SPEED LOOP CYLINDER SERVO PHASE LOOP CYLINDER SERVO SPEED LOOP
P1501 C2536 0.1
M LOADING M(-) LOADING M(-) 2 IC7504

C2535 0.1
LOADING M(+) LOADING M(+) 1 (B30) (B15) (B24) (B14 ) (B41) (B16) (B21) (B39) ( B8 ) RN5VD28AA ( B50 ) ( B38 ) ( B7 ) ( B35 ) ( B33 ) ( B31 ) ( B6 ) ( B27 )
IC2502
(B22) (B42) (B17) R7522 D7503 ( B34 ) ( B32 ) ( B30 ) ( B28 )
180 RB441P AN3811NK
P2501 C7506
VCE0073 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
F IN 12 C7507
6V220 R7517

0.047
R IN 11 10K
PS 14V 10 ( B6 )
OUT 1 9 4.8

C2518
3 2 1
E OUT 2 8

0.068
0 4.8

0.15

0.15

0.15

1.2
33
1.5
M GND 7 ( B5 ) TL2502
TO CAPSTAN DRIVE

5V 6 4 5

C2522
C2511 R2508

C2523

C2524

C2525
R2503

C2516
6V220

R2519
4.3

R2517
R2518
GND (FG) 5 ( B35 ) 0

33

33
UNIT P0201

FG1 4

1K
CAP R/F 3

35V4.7
35V4.7
C7508 0.068

C2502
EC 2 ( B38 ) N
(C-1)

R2509
TL 1 C2526
N N
35V4.7
C7509 0.01
P2502

C2521
25V47
L2503
M2 9 ( B34 ) C2503

68
0.056

3300

3300
VH+ 8 ( B33 )

3300
R2501 330

R2505
M3 7 ( B32 )

10K
HE+ 6 ( B31 ) C2509
TO CYL. MOTOR

R7508

R7507

R7506
GND (CYL) 5 ( B30 ) 0.056 R2504 0
C6001 6V47 L6001
UNIT P2901

VM 4 100
VM 3 C2510
0.056 R6001 5600
HE- 2 ( B28 )
(A-3)

TL2503
M1 1 ( B27 ) L7801 IC2502-1, 2 PLAY/REC
CAP TL
68 10Vp-p (2msec. div)
IC1502

43K
O I N SW 5V ( B15 )
RPI354N TL6012 TL6013

220P
( B21 ) C7803
O CS

150P
Q7802

TW6002
1

R2502
1K
I UNREG 5.6V ( B13 ) 4 1
R7804 C7802 2SD601A IC2502-4 PLAY/REC IC2502-10 PLAY/REC

220
220
220
220
220
220

220
10K

220
I PS 36V ( B43 ) 6V47 (AMP) 5.0Vp-p (10msec. div) 7.0Vp-p (1msec. div)

C7804
1K IC2502-6 PLAY/REC

C6019
2
D 3

R2506
R7805 R7807 R7802 180mVp-p (5msec. div)
O SYS TLK IC6001-79,80 PLAY/REC 1K 1K 0

R6029
R2514

R6023
R6024
R6025
R6026
R6027
R6028

R6030
O SYS LSN 8.0Vp-p (0.2sec. div) ( B26 )
O SYS CLK
O P FAIL (L) ( B25 )

0.47
R7808 ( B24 )

27K
4 1 R1503 47K
(A,B,D,E,G,H) ( B23 )
180

C2501
2

4700
3 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51

R1502
I PS 14V R7803 ( B22 )
( B18 ) R1504 0

S. REEL. PULSE

UNLOADING (H)
T. REEL. PULSE

HI SPEED (H)

FLD DATA IN

LOADING (H)

SECAM VIN
P FAIL (L)

SLEEP (L)

OSD VCC
FLD OUT
CAP R/F

FLD CLK
CAP ET
CYL ET

FLD CS
O V FSC

CSYNC

CVOUT
LECHA
T CLK
T LSN

SYS 2
SYS 4
125Hz

T TLK
IIC D
IIC C

NUA

HLF
IC1501 27K
A A H SW ( B10 ) IC2502-7 PLAY/REC ( B21 )

R7809
200mVp-p (5msec. div)
V F ADJ ( B9 ) RPI354N
R2507
3900 81 S TAB (L) CV IN 50 ( B20 )
( B17 )
I REG 5V 82 P ON (L) GND (OSD) 49 ( B19 )
C6002 0.01 ( B16 )
V SHORT DET (L) 83 SHORT D (L) OSD FSC IN 48 ( B18 )
K2501 0 R6002 1K
24
84 SECAM 24 4FC LPF 47
C2505 33P

C6005 0.01
R2510 1M

MA165TA5VT

MA165TA5VT

TW2015
O V VIDEO FROM YC ( B20 ) 85 IC6001-76 PLAY/REC IC6001-72 PLAY/REC 46
D2502

D2501

IC6001-68 PLAY/REC C6006 470P


3.5Vp-p (5 sec. div) 6.0Vp-p (5msec. div) 5.0Vp-p (10msec. div)
I GND ( B19 ) 86 FG AMP OUT IC6001-71 PLAY/REC LC OSC OUT 45
IC6001-77 PLAY/REC 6.0Vp-p (5msec. div) L6002 2.2 C6007 120P
87 FG AMP IN 5.0Vp-p (5 sec. div) LC OSC IN 44
C6008 120P
O V GND (D) 88 GND (D) 16MSTART (H) 43
89 FIP (L) 42
90 PFG POFF (H) 41
C V
I
C SYNC
V OUT TO I/O
( B26 )
( B25 )
91 ORET GND (OSC) 40
R6020 X6001
C6003 20P

92 IREF 16MHz. OUT 39 C6010 0.1


C2508 25V4.7 IC6001-70 PLAY/REC IC6001-69 PLAY/REC IC6001-50,52 REC 1K VSX0830
5.0Vp-p (0.1msec. div) 6.0Vp-p (5msec. div) 2.25Vp-p (20 sec. div) IC6001-50,52 PLAY
93 2.25Vp-p (20 sec. div) 16MHz. IN 38
C6004 12P
V CTL HEAD () 94 CTL HEAD (-) +5V (D) 37 (B15)
C6013 18P
V CTL HEAD (+) 95 CTL HEAD (+) 32KHz OUT 36
C2506 6V22 R6008 X6002
96 CTL. AMP. REF 32KHz IN 35 220K VSX0660-TA
C2512 3900P N
R6017 6800 97 PB. CTL. OUT RESET (L) 34
( B23 ) C6016 18P (B14)
98 +5V (A) IC6001-90 PLAY/REC IC6001-48 PLAY/REC POS. SW1 33

FM REC MUTE (L)


5.0Vp-p (10msec. div) IC6001-15,18,19 PLAY/REC 200mVp-p (5msec. div) (B13)

TRACKING ENVE
C6009 680P

CURRENT LIMIT
99 5V (AD) 7.0Vp-p (10msec. div) POS. SW2 32 ( B3 ) (B30)

AUDIO. H. SW
VIDEO. H. SW
ENVE. SLECT

FM MUTE (H)
QR1003

F ERASE (H)
ROTARY. SW
( B50 ) 100 EX. FF/REW (L) POS. SW3 31 ( B2 )

DA REC (H)
ART. V/H/N

D REC (H)
R1027

VSYNC (L)
UN2212 K2503
N/S/T1/T2

H. A. SW
0 ( B4 ) C2507 ( B1 )
A DEF (H)
12K

V EE (L)
SPHOT

BIAS (H)
TPHOT
0 R1501 100

CAL (H)
0.1
H/N/V/L
(INV.)
AFC S
M1/M2

F ADJ
LP (H)

TW2002
0 12.6

IR
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
0.01

C1008 IC6001
16V47 IC6001-35 PLAY/REC