i_ MITSUBISHI Video Cas,'ette_, Recorder OwnerVs Guide / (®®®) ..... [vnsl -__ This Video Cassette Recorder is based on the VHS format. Only video cassette tapes with the mark may be used with this model.
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Tableof Contents Important Safeguards .................................... 2 Preface Welcome to Mitsubishl ................................... Unpacking Your VCR ...................................... 5 5 Chapter One Getting to Know Your VCR ........................... Front Panel Buttons and Functions ............... 6 6 Fluorescent Display ............... :......................... Overview of the Remote Control ..................... Rear Panel Terminals ...................................
IMPORTANTSAFEGUARDS PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS REGARDING YOUR VCR AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS M_kRKED ON THE VCR. . . . Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. Retain Instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. Heed Warnings All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. . . . . . .
13. Power-Cord Protection Power-supply cordsshouldberoutedso that they arenot likely to bewalkedonor pinchedby itemsplaceduponor against them,payingparticularattentiontocords at plugs,convenience receptacles, andthe pointwheretheyexit fromthe product. 14. OutdoorAntennaGrounding If anoutsideantennaor cablesystemis connected to the product,besurethe antennaor cablesystemis groundedsoas to providesomeprotectionagainst voltagesurgesandbuilt-upstatic charges.
ImportantSafeguards 21. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. PROTECTTHE POWER CORD 22.
,_ Welcometo Mitsubishi PREFACE Congratulations on your purchase of this Mitsubishi Video Cassette Recorder. Your new VCR produces ,_uperior sound and a high quality VHS picture. It includes VHS Hi-Fi audio recording and playback, delivering compact disc-quality audio. Your owner's guide has been designed with easy-to-follow explanations and directions. In addition, your VCR comes with Mitsubishi's exclusive _'on-screen operating system.
3e fingRtoKnowYour VCR Now that you have unpacked your player and read through the safety information, it's time to become familiar with the buttons and controls. If you are experienced with using VCRs, you may just want to glance at this section and refer to it later. IfVCRs are new to you, you may want to take your time and become Familiar with the locations of all the controls.
® fast forward and fast forward search button (FF) Press this button to fast forward a tape or to fast forward search. You can also use to control ® ® the playback (_) fluorescent display See the next section. ® speed of a tape. video input 2 terminal If you want to record or dub video from another source (such as a VCR or camcorder), you can plug the source in here.
Chapter1: Gettingto KnowYourVCR FluorescentDisplay(cont.) 2 3 45 ,! / AM PM SUMO TU WETH FR SAD 7 Q channel display This displays the cable channel, broadcast channel, or input you have selected. The cable tuning light (m) will light up when your VCR is receiving cable broadcasts. ® PerfecTape® This will flash is in progress. when the test 6 8 9 ® play and record light and cassette status symbol These light up when the VCR is playing a tape or recording.
@ --12 reception mode you are watching, • the audio channel(s) you selected, • the source that is supplying the VCR with a signal, • the present time, • whether the VCR is stopped, playing, or recording, and • ho_ much time is left on the tape. This button can also be used to tunl on and off"the "Child Lock" feature. __ 7-8-- ® 9-- 11-- ® ® rewind, reverse search and adjust - button (REW, ADJUST) Press this button to rewind a tape or to reverse search.
Chapter1: Gettingto KnowYourVCR RearPanelTerminals 1 AUDIO TMER R-2SET 2 3 VIDEO e & i 4 Q audio output and input terminals These red and white terminals are for sending (OUT) and receiving (IN) audio signals. Red signifies the right channel, and white signifies the left channel. Stereo audio cables are also color coded red and white. If you are receiving or sending a mono (non-stereo) signal, you should use only the left (white) terminal.
A TWO Connecting YourVCR CHAPTER Now that you're familiar with some of your VCR's features,, you're ready to connect the antenna and the televisian. You won't have to complete all of the connections you see in tk.is chapter --. make only those connections that apply to your equipment. You should keep in mind that there are two steps you need to take to connect your VCR: first, connect the antenna or cable to the VCR, then connect the VCR to the televisi)n.
Chapter2: ConnectingYourVCR ConnectingtheAntennaor r3abletothe VCR(cont.) connectingcablewitha cablebox,if all channelsarescrambled If your cable system scrambles all of its channels, follow the directions below to connect your cable box to your VCR: VCR Back Panel O Disconnect the cable box from the TV by disconnecting cable from the TV, not the box. O Connect the cable coming fl"om the cable box to the ANTENNA IN terminal on the back of your VCR.
O Connect the fourth coaxial cable to the "OUT" terminal[ on the A!B switch. Connect the other end of this cable to the "ANTENNA IN" terminal on your VCR. O When you are finished, sion." go to page 15, "Coanecting the Televi- With this connection, you should set the A/B _;witch to "A" to record a non-scrambled channel. You may watch the same channel or any other non-scrambled channel at th,_ same time.
Chapter2: ConnectingYourVCR ConnectingtheAntennaor Gableto theVCR(cont.) Insert lead under screws Wrap each exposed end of wire once or twice around the screw shanks of the adapter (or insert the clips under the screw heads). Tighten the screws. and tighten. 300-75 O Push the adapter firmly onto the antenna VCR labeled ANTENNA IN. O Go to page 15, "Connecting Ohm Adapter VCR Back Panel terminal on t:he the Television.
If your VHF antenna wire is 300 Ohm Flat Twin Lead ... VHF Antenna If your VHF antenna UHFAntenna VHF Antenna wire is 75 Ohm Coaxial Cable ... UHF Antenna II 75 Ohm Flat Twin Lead I_"_1 -_- 300 Ohm ]_, Flat Twin Lead Flat Twin Lead Coaxial Cable ( I ,b -;;: j" Combiner VCR Back Panel .- " E@I VHF Combiner VCR Back Panel Connecting the Television Now that you have completed the antenna connections to your VCR, you're ready to connect the VCR to the _I_.
Chapter2: ConnectingYourVCR Connecting the Television(cont.) Connectingthe VCR to an older TV ANTENNA TERMINALS O Take the black cable (called a coaxial cable) that is supplied with your VCR and attach it to the terminal labeled ANTENNA OUT on the back of your VCR. O Connect the other end of this cable to the 1;erminal on your TV labeled ANTENNA IN. This terminal is sc metimes also called "ANT-IN" or "VHF IN." If you have an older TV without this kind of terminal, you will have to use a .
connectinga stereoTVwithaudioandvideoinputs 0 bImportant: Connect the red and white audio cables to the AUDIO ,OUTPUT terminals on the VCR labeled AUDIO OUT. The red cable is for connecting the right (R) channel and the white cable is for connecting the left (L) channel. If you are connecting your VCR to a mono (no:_-stereo) TV, connect only the white (L) output from your VCR. Since the TV is not stereo, you cannot take advantage ofyolar VCR's Hi-Fi stereo sound.
_i THREE Operating YourVCR CHAPTER Now that you've completed your antenna, VCR, and TV connections, you're ready to start enjoying your equipment. To get the most satisfaction out of your VCR, you shoulc[ carefully read the two sections, "Setting Up Your VCR for the First Time" and "Viewing the Picture Coming from Your VCR." Then you can start exploring what your new VCR can do.
O Turn the RFconverterOFFby followinginstructionsonp.55. Setting up your VCR if you are usinga TV withoutAudio and Video Inputs(Older TV) If you are using an Older TV tA TV that does not have separate Audio and Video inputs), then your VCR will need to "convert" the VCR's picture or menus into a channel, this channel can be either channel 3 or channel 4. The factory has alrea,Jy selected channel 3, however, if channel 3 is a real channel in y_ur area, then you will need to change this to channel 4.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Usin9 theRemoteControl(cont.) O Press the DISPLAY button and the number button "1" on the remote control at the same time. Now your remote is ready to operate your HS-U430. O While within 23 feet of the VCR, point the remote toward the VCR and press the buttons you desire. control usingone remoteto operatetwoMitsubishiVCRs If you have another Mitsubishi VCR (from 1986 or later) in addition to this HS-U430, you can use the HS-U430 remote control to operate both VCRs.
signals. If your other VCR is one of these models, and you would like to program that other VCR to respond to VCR-B signals, refer to the owner's guide that came with the other VCR. Some of the buttons may not function or they may operate, different features than expected, for the other VCR. Using the remotecontrol to operatethe TV The HS-U430 remote control can operate ma:ay of the frequentlyused functions of your TV. This way, you nee _ to use only one remote to operate both your VCR and TV.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR E>Important: Usingthe RemoteControl(cont.) When you replace the batteries in your remote, the remote will return to its initial setting (code button "1"). Repeat the steps on the previous page to reset your remote control. If you enter a new code, the previous code will be erased. operatingyourTVwiththe HS-U430remotecontrol O Set the TV/VCR slide switch to TV position remote control. O Point the remote control towards and press the desired buttons.
Turn ontheVCRby pressingthe POWERbutton. Checkto seeif the"VCR" light on the fro_t panel display is lit. If it is not lit, press the VCR/TV button until it is lit. You are viewing the picture from your VCR! T:_is light must be on when you watch a video tape or use the VCR menus. When you wish to watch a channel that is difi_rent than the channel your VCR is recording, then the 'WCR" light must be off. The VCR/TV button turns thi,_ light on and ofF.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Loading and UnloadingTapes(cont.) Preventing accidentalerasure (t'_XT"/ /_ tI Erasure prevention tab Tapes come with recording on the has had this tab over such a tape, opening. a tab that, when removed, prevents you from tape. If you attempt to record over a tape that removed, the VCR will eject the tape. To record simply place a piece of _4ny:Ltape over the Using repairedtapes l_Warning: We recommend that you take any broken or torn tapes to a professional for repair.
fast forwardinga tape Press the FF button on the remote control or on the front panel. If the tape is stopped, you will begin fast fi)rwarding. If the tape is playing, you will begin "forward speed sea:rch', with picture. pausinga tape Press the PAUSE button on the remote panel to freeze the picture cont::ol or on the front on the screen. If you leave the VCR in pause for more than 5 minutes, will automatically stop to prevent damage tc the tape.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR € Usingthe Menusto Programthe VCR to ReceiveTV Channels Before your program all Fortunately, section will This section • • • • VCR can receive television chamLels, you need to of the channels you can receive into your VCR. our menu systern makes this an easy process. This also explain some other channel-::elated functions. explains: Programming channels automatically, Using video mute, Adding and deleting channels, and Selecting a channel.
Your OSe_ Add/delete ® Make sure the words "First Time Set-Up" is highhght_._d. If it is not, use the ADJUST buttons to highlighted it. Press the ENTER button. 0 The "First Time Set-Up" menu appears on your screen. Press the ADJUST buttons to select "Memorize channels". Press the ENTER button.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR OAuto power RF converter Perle(Tape _AD3UST!_6_eIe_ _-----MENU ® _ENTER Usingthe Menusto ProgramtheVCRto Rec:eive TV Channels(cont.) The "Customize choices" menu appears o_ your screen. the ADJUST buttons to select "Video mute." (ON) (OFF) (ON ) (AUTO) save Press button to set video mute to ON or OFF. Press the MENU button once to return to the "VCR Main Menu;" press the MENU button a second time to turn off the menus.
Selectinga channel Now that you have programmed your channels, and added or deleted some, you will want to be able to select channels. (If you have not yet programmed your channels, see page 26, "Programming channels automatically ") There are two ways to select channels: sequentially or directly. selectingchannelssequentially Press the CHANNEL buttons on the remote control or on the VCR front panel. This will cycle through the channels in sequential numerical order.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR SettingtheClock(cont.) • have completed the "Programming channels automatically" procedure (page 26), • make sure to leave the ,cable box on and tuned to the local PBS station (if you use a box); and • know how to use the menus (page 26). To use the auto clock function: 0 Fi@s_;TimeLset.;UP Your choices are: - t - _Memorize Add/delete O Se't "the ff'#: ' O Press the MENU button the '57CR Main Menu". O Press the ADJUST buttons to select "First Time Set-Up".
,............ .......,++, .:..,+ .... _QT. ++T+,II6 • (_1+o+c!_ + + :,+ 0 0 The words "Time zone" will be highlighted. Press the ADJUST buttons to select the time zone of your area. The available time zones are: Atlantic, Eastern, C,mtral, Mountain, Pacific, Alaska, and Hawaii. Then press the ENTER button. O The "Daylight savings" will be highlighted. Press the ADJUST buttons to select the daylight savings settings AUTO, ON or OFF. If you follow daylight sa_4ng time, select ON. If not, select OFF.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR ODaylish_ savinss 0 Monzh SettingtheClock(cont.) (OFF) Press the ADJUST button. buttons to set the year. Press Press the ADJUST button. buttons to set the daU.'.
Theaudioandvideofunctionsyou can select are: -- audio monitor, -- normal record, -- record speed, -- tape, -- play PerfecTape ®, -- index search, --counter zero stop, -- repeat playback, and -- PerfecTape ®. Descriptionsof audioand videofunctions Below are descriptions of the audio and video functions, their uses and their settings. To select these functions and adjust their settings, refer to the section "Selecting and adjusting the audio and video functions". (See page 34.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR UsingtheAudiomd VideoFunctions(cont.) Be careful if you choose S.A.P. If you play your tapes on a nonHi-Fi VCR, you only hear the mono track. You may have to watch your favorite show in a language you don't understand! recordingspeed(RECspeed) The recording speed has an effect on picture quality. SP produces the best picture quality and records up to two hours of video on a T-120 tape.
O Pressthe AUDIO/VIDEObuttononthe remotecontrolto see the functionmenu. VCR REC speed _-ADJUST _Important: to SP select 0 Press the AUDIO/VIDEO button you want to adjust appears. 0 Press the ADJUST buttons on the remot._ to adjust the setting. The functions will disappear if'you do not press any buttons for 5 seconds. repeatedly until the function The function menu does not appear when the other VCR menus are displayed; or during special effects playback.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Recording(cont.) O Set the VCR's input to tuner. If"L1" or "L2" appears; instead of a channel number, press the INPUT button on the remote until the channel number shows on-screen or on the front panel display. O Select the channel you would like to rec'ord by using the CHANNEL button on the remote control or on the front panel. (If you are using a cable box, select channel 3 or 4 on the VCR, and change the channel on the cable box, not on the VCR.
If there is at least one programmed recording already entered, you will see the "recap" screen. You can choose an empty recording slot, or wait four seconds and t:_e VCR will automatically choose the first empty slot. Jl'Prosram (_ Day Start O Stop O Record li_Prosram t.o record_j e time time speed AUTO 1o record Channel Start Stop Record ;_ ; - - , _ 2 -M nd?y.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Q Channel 0 Day (_ StarT. Record Monday time 0 e_d_I'_l_ 0 StoP time The minute numbers of the stop time will flash. Press the ADJUST buttons to set the minutes when you wish recording to stop. Press the ENTER button. _. 0 Press the ADJUST buttons to set the recording speed (SP, EP, or auto recording speed (AUTO)). (See "auto speed programming" on page 44 for an explanation of the auto speed recording feature.) Press the ENTER button.
will moveyoubackwards.Then,usetheADJUSTbuttonsto changethe setting. DImportant: If youpresstheCANCELbuttonwhile the flashing, you will cancel the entire channel number is program. Using One-Touch Recording(OTR) One-Touch Recording (also called OTR) is a way to begin recording immediately, but have your VCR stop recording and turn off automatically after your show is over. Before you begin, you need to know how: • to view the picture coming from your VCR. (See page 22.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR [_Important: Recording(cont.) If you attempt to record on a tape that has had its erasure vention tab removed, the VCR will eject the tape. pre- Ifyou programtoo muchtimeintotheOTRtimer, continue pressing the REC/OTR button. You will "cycle" around .once you have reached the 4-hour point. You can start over, adding time in 30 minute intervals. howOTRaffectsothercontrols If you press the PAUSE button during OTF.
0 Channel _ , 0 Press the ONE KEY PROGRAM button to choose the day you would like to record (for example, Monday the seventeenth). Then, wait for 4 seconds. The hour number of the starting time will flash. 0 Press 2 -Mond?y. IV- OSzarz time 0 Stop time 0 Record speed AUTO 0 Channel 0 2 Day 0 Stop ORecord Monday time speed time speed OStart ORecord _Prosram ,'.o_a _ Lo choose the hour AUTO 0 Press the ONE KEY PROGRAM button to choose the minute when you wish recording to start.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Recording(cont.) changingsettingswhileprogramming If you make a mistake O when using One Key Program: Press the FF or REW buttons on the front panel to select the setting you wish to change. Pressing the FF button will move you forward, while press:ing the REW button will move you backward. If you wish to use the remote control, you can use ENTER to move forward or CANCEL to move backward.
Whenyouare finished with all programming, be sure the VCR power is OFF and the programmed recording light is lit. However, if you have a cable box, leave iL turned ON .and tuned to the station you wish to record. Additionally, if you are using an A/B switch, remember to set the switch to the correct position. _Important: If you press the QUICK PROGRAM button, set, you will see the "Set the clock" menu.
Chapter3: OperatingYourVCR Recording(cont.) autospeedprogramming Use auto speed programming if you want to record as much of the program as possible in standard play (SP) speed, but you want the VCR to automatically switch to extended play (EP) if there is not enough tape left;. Auto speed programming is only available in one programming slot. In the first slot., the recording speed is automatically set to AUTO.
O Use the MENU button to turn off the menus. Then, use the POWER button to turn off the VCR. Make sure the programmed recording light is on. cancelinga programmedrecordingbeforethe recordingstarts O CH DAY 2 MOI2 i0 TH20 ....... ON OFF ll:30a I:30pSP 9:00pIO:OOpEP : .... :-SP : : SP You will see the "recap" _,.creen. Use the ._kDJUST buttons place the cursor next to the program you wish to cancel. Press 0 Recap screen Press the MENU button on the remote c_ntrol.
A FOUR UsingtheAdvanced Features CHAPTER Now that you've learned about the basic operation of your VCR, you're ready to discover its advanced features. You'll find information on: Using the AdvancedPlaybackControls $ Using the AdvancedRecordingControl.
High speed search > Speed search Press REW button > / uic ,e. Playback 1/5 slow-motion playback 1/10 slow-motion 1/30 slow-motion playback playback Stiil 1/30 reverse slow-m-_on 1/10 reverse slow-motion playback I playback 1/5__ .._ ---[-" Reverse fast playback .i / / / / Press FF button I Reverse speed search I Reverse high speed search DImportant: ,_ I J " Depending on the type of TV you are using, the picture vibrate vertically when you pause the VCR's picture.
Chapter4: UsingtheAdvancedFeatures [_Important: Usingthe Advance,_ PlaybackControls(cont.) A certain amount of "noise" in the picture while the VCR is tracking a tape. or sound is no_znal manualtracking From time to time, you might play a tape that has excess "noise" in the picture (often looking like vibration o r interference at the top or bottom of the screen). To correct the picture, you _rill have to manually track the tape.
Using the PerfecTape®feature PerfecTape is an exclusive Mitsubishi feat_w_ that tests the quality of video tapes you will record on. After each test, the VCR will adjust its internal circuitry in order to make the best :possible recording on your tape. settingup PerfecTape You have the option of setting PerfecTape to l!unction only when you start a test, or to automatically function every time you insert a tape that has not yet: been recorded.
Chapter4: UsingtheAdvancedFeatures UsingtheAdvancedRecordingControls(cont.) When the test is finished, Pe_ecTape Your tape is [ rated: • ..... Averase J Excellent Your VCR is now set tO make _he best possible _ecordin9 on this tape; the VCR will display the rating of your tape for eight seconds. On the front panel, the "PT" light will shine steadily, indicating that the VCR has set its internal circuitry to make the best possible recording on this tape.
You can turn off the time gauge and the rein aining time by pressing the DISPLAY button twice. To makethe timegaugeand the remainingtimeappea': Press the DISPLAY button once. The time gauge and remaining time will appear on the TV sc,reen, and the remaining time will appear on the fluorescent display. They will disappear after four seconds when playing a tape. To turn off the display, press the DISPLAY button twice.
Chapter4: UsingtheAdvancedFeatures SearchingTechniques(cont.) To do this: O Make sure that you have set the TV/VCR slide switch remote control to the "VCR" position. 0 While playing a tape, choose the desired search time by pressing the number button. (See the l:'ollowing chart. ) button Number Search 3, time on the ;! 3 2 m4in 2 m5in. 6 1 min. ec. 1 min. 30 sec. " 130 sec. 3 rnin. The VCR will speed through the selected lexlgth of tape, then resume playback.
function menu VIDEO button O Press appears on your screen. Press the AUDIO/ until the counter zero stop function appears. the ADJUST + button The VCR will automatically and then stop. to start search the counter zero stop. to the counter a0H00M00Sn Indexsearch techniques Index search is a way to find specific points on a tape. Befi)re using index search, index marks are placed aL important places on a tape. Then, index search is used to find these marks.
Chapter4: UsingtheAdvancedFeatures SearchingTechniques(cont.) usingrepeatplayback You can play back a section of tape over and over using the following procedure. The tape will play until the next index mark, rewind to the previous index mark, and resume playing. If there is only one index mark on the tape, then the VCR will play or rewind to that mark and resume playback. If there is no i:ndex mark, the entire cassette will repeat.
_>Important: When you are viewing broadcast stations r_h:rough the VCR, the words "3 minutes->Power off" will appear o_ the TV screen three minutes before the VCR power turns off. The display will count down the number of minutes until the VCR turns off. If you want to continue using the VCR, load a cassette o:: press any of the buttons. Setting the RF converter If you are using an older TV without audio and video inputs, the RF converter will need to be set to ON.
Chapter4: UsingtheAdvancedFeatures Makinga Copyofa Tape There are two basic ways to make a copy of a tape. One way is to use the HS-U430 to play a tape and use another VCR to record. The other way is to use another VCR to play a tape and the HS-U430 to record. Whichever method you choose, you will need one RCA audio cable and one RCA video cable to connect the two VCRs. If you do not have these cables, they are available at your local electronics retailer.
Using your HS-U430to playback to another VCR IRECORDINGI mm III tit V,OEO, 40 - oo,o, AUDIO 0 O O O "1 oo,o OOT O--v,o oo7 o oo,o oot IN L Connect one RCA audio cable to the AUDIO INPUT terminal on the other VCR. Connect the other end of this cable to the AUDIO OUTPUT terminal on the HS-U430 (labeled L). If the other VCR is mono, you need a Yadapter to record both audio channels.
oul esl oo ing Problems The VCR won't turn on. The VCR power is on but no controls work. PossibleSolutions ForI%_ore Information • Check the power cord and the AC outlet. Is the LOCK light ON? If so, press and hold the DISPLAY button for more than 8 seconds until the LOCK light disappears. See Chapter 1, "Getting Eric w Your VCR." • Is the LOCK light ON? If so, press and hold the DISPLAY button for more than 8 seconds until the LOCK light disappears. Press the TIMER RESET button. See.
Index A 12 child lock ............................ 57 adding channels ............... adjusting tracking ........... advanced 28 47 29 51 options ........................... playback controls .......... rec.ording controls ........ using features ............... antenna 54 46 48 46 connecting ...................... terminals ....................... audio connecting a TV with inputs .......................... function button ............... input, output terminals input terminals ..............
Index record speed ................ 34, 44 recording advanced controls ......... 48 audio .............................. 33 canceling programmed. canceling one in progress ................... current broadcast ....... notes about 45 programmed ................. one key programming... one-touch ........................ 43 40 39 Quick Program .............. settings .......................... speed ....................... 34, remote control buttons ............................. installing batteries .....
Guia deOperaciSn B sicadelaVideograbadora ® 9 3-- bot6n de reproduccidn y parada (PLAY/STOP) Oprima este bot6n para comenzar la reproducci6n de una cmta, oprima de nuevo para detener la cinta. ® bot6n de adelantado (FF) Utilice este botSn para adelantar cinta. --12 bot6n de grabaci6n (REC, REC/OTR) Utilice este botSn para comenzar la grabaciSn. ® botSn de pausa (PAUSE) Utilice este botSn para pausar una cinta.
Guiade Operaci6nBdsicadela Videograbadora C6moseleccionarelidiomadeel sistemaoperativode men_sen pantalla O Si nunca se ha usado ]a videograbadora, Oprima el bot6n TIMER videograbadora. O Selec_ RESET Oprima el bot6n POWER Oprima el bot6n MENU en el pane] t_casero de la para encender 0 Enslish Despu4s ENTER. 9[_AD3UST _o'_selec_'; _ e_----MENU _o_so baek_o_ de seleccionar Luego oprima la videograbadora. en el control remoto.
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