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Sony GV-D900 Operating Instructions (primary manual) Operating Instructions Manual

Video walkman®.
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Operating instructions manual - 88 pages
Digital Video
Cassette Recorder
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly,
and retain it for future reference.
Manual de instrucciones
Antes de utilizar la unidad, lea este manual por completo y
consérvelo para consultar.
Owner's Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record
the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these
numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this
product.
Model No. GV-D900
Serial No.
GV-D900
©1998 by Sony Corporation
Model No. AC-V700
Serial No.
3-862-371-14 (2)

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  • Page 1

    Owner’s Record The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. GV-D900 Serial No.

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    Note: In some areas the disposal of lithium ion batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 1-800- 222-SONY (United States only) For the SONY Factory Service Center nearest you call 416-499-SONY (Canada only) Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking lithium ion batteries.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Before you begin Using this manual 4 Checking supplied accessories 6 Basic operations Installing the AC adaptor/charger 7 Inserting a cassette 8 Playing back a tape 9 Various playback modes 11 Playing back a dual soundtrack tape 12 Advanced operations Using alternative power sources 13 Using the battery pack 14...

  • Page 4: Using This Manual, Uso De Este Manual

    Before you begin Using this manual Welcome! Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony “Video Walkman” VCR. As you read through this manual, buttons and settings on the VCR are shown in capital letters. e.g., Set the POWER switch to ON.

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    Using this manual Precautions on VCR care •The LCD screen is made with high-precision technology. However, black points or bright points of light (red, blue or green) may appear constantly on the LCD screen. These points are not recorded on the tape. This is not a malfunction.

  • Page 6: Checking Supplied Accessories, Comprobación De Los Accesorios Suministrados

    Checking supplied accessories Check that the following accessories are supplied with your VCR. 1 AC-V700 AC adaptor/charger (1) (p. 7, 14) The shape of the plug varies from region to region. 2 DK-415 connecting cord (1) (p. 7) 3 A/V connecting cable (1) (p. 28, 32, 34, 47) 4 S video cable(1) (p.

  • Page 7: Installing The Ac Adaptor/charger, Instalación Del Cargador/adaptador De Ca

    Basic operations Installing the AC adaptor/charger Use the supplied AC adaptor/charger. (1)Set the mode change switch to VCR/ CAMERA. (2)Connect the connecting cord to the DC OUT jack on the AC adaptor/charger. (3)Connect the power cord to a wall outlet. (4)While pressing the connecting plate of the connecting cord, slide it to the left so that it attaches to the battery mounting surface...

  • Page 8: Inserting A Cassette, Inserción De Videocassettes

    Inserting a cassette You can use mini DV cassette with only. Make sure that the power source is installed. (1)While pressing PUSH OPEN, open the LCD panel. (2)While pressing the small blue button, slide EJECT to the right. The cassette compartment automatically lifts up and opens.

  • Page 9: Playing Back A Tape, Reproducción De Cintas

    Playing back a tape (1)While pressing the small green button on the POWER switch, set it to ON. The POWER lamp (green) on the front lights (2)Press 0 to rewind the tape. (3)Press · to start playback. (4)Adjust the volume using VOLUME. You can also monitor the picture on a TV screen, after connecting the VCR to a TV or another VCR.

  • Page 10

    Playing back a tape Using a Remote Commander You can operate this VCR using a Remote Commander supplied with a Sony product. Set COMMANDER in the menu system according to the remote control code of the Sony product. Code Sony product VTR 1...

  • Page 11: Various Playback Modes, Distintos Modos De Reproducción

    Playing back a tape Various playback modes To view a still picture (playback pause) Press P during playback. The PAUSE lamp (orange) lights up. To resume playback, press P or ·. To locate a scene (picture search) Keep pressing 0 or ) during playback. To resume normal playback, release the button.

  • Page 12: Playing Back A Dual Soundtrack Tape, Reproducción De Cintas De Pista De Sonido Dual

    Playing back a tape Playing back a dual soundtrack tape When you play back a dual soundtrack tape, select the desired sound in the menu. (1)Press MENU to display the menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select HiFi SOUND, then press the control dial. (3)Turn the control dial to select desired sound, then press the control dial.

  • Page 13: Using Alternative Power Sources, Uso De Fuentes De Alimentación Alternativas

    Battery pack NP-F730, pack NP-730H, NP-F750, NP-F930, NP-F950 In the car 12 V or Sony DC adaptor/charger 24 V car DC-V700 battery Note on power sources Disconnecting the power source or removing the battery pack during recording or playback may damage the inserted tape.

  • Page 14: Using The Battery Pack, Uso Del Paquete De Batería

    ésta no funcione o que la duración de la batería se reduzca. “InfoLITHIUM” es una marca comercial de Sony Corporation. Carga del paquete de batería (1)Ajuste el interruptor de modo en CHARGE.

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    Using alternative power sources Charging time Battery pack Charging time * NP-F730 250 (190) NP-F730H/F750 270 (210) NP-F930 330 (270) NP-F950 360 (300) Numbers in parentheses indicate the time for a normal charge. (Normal charge) * Approximate number of minutes to charge an empty battery pack fully using the supplied AC charger.

  • Page 16

    Uso de una batería de automóvil Emplee el cargador/adaptador de CC DC-V700 de Sony (no suministrado). Conecte el cable de batería de automóvil a la clavija del encendedor del automóvil (12 V o 24 V). Conecte el cargador/adaptador de CC y la videograbadora con el cable de conexión DK-415 suministrado.

  • Page 17: Changing The Mode Settings, Cambio De Los Ajustes De Modo

    Changing the mode settings You can change the mode settings in the menu system to further enjoy the features and functions of the VCR. (1)Press MENU to display the menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select the desired item, then press the control dial. Only the selected item is displayed.

  • Page 18

    Selecting the mode setting of each item COMMANDER <VTR1-6/OFF> •Select VTR2 when using a Remote Commander supplied with Sony video camera recorder. •Select VTR1 - 6 when using a Remote Commander supplied with Sony product. •Select OFF when not using a Remote Commander or to prevent the unit from being operated by other Remote Commanders.

  • Page 19

    DISPLAY set to V-OUT/LCD, you cannot input an external signal. AUTO TV ON* <OFF/ON> You can use this feature only with Sony TVs. •Select ON to turn on the TV automatically when using the LASER LINK function. •Select OFF not to turn on the TV.

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    Changing the mode settings TV INPUT* <VIDEO1/VIDEO2/VIDEO3/OFF> Select 1 or 2 or 3 of the video input on the TV which the IR receiver (not supplied) is connected to when using the LASER LINK function. CLOCK SET Select this item to reset the date or time. * These settings are retained even when the battery is removed, as long as the vanadium- lithium battery is charged.

  • Page 21: Searching A Scene, Searching The Boundaries Of Recorded Tape With Date - Date Search

    Sony digital video camera recorder, you can search a scene with a date or title. You can also search a photo (still picture) recorded by the Sony digital video camera recorder. Refer to the operating instructions of the digital camera recorder for details.

  • Page 22

    Searching a scene Notes •The interval of the boundaries between the dates needs more than two minutes. The VCR may not search if the beginning of the recorded date is too close to the next one. •The short cursor on the screen suggests the date selected in the previous time.

  • Page 23: Searching The Boundaries Of Recorded Tape With Title - Title Search

    Searching a scene Searching the boundaries of recorded tape with title - title search You can search for the boundaries of recorded tape with title - Title Search function. You can use this function only when playing back a tape with cassette memory. MENU CM SEARCH (1)Set the POWER switch to ON.

  • Page 24: Searching For A Photo – Photo Search/photo Scan, Búsqueda De Fotografías – Búsqueda/exploración De Fotografías

    Searching a scene Searching for a photo - photo search/photo scan You can search for the recorded still picture - Photo Search function. There are two modes in Photo Search: •Using cassette memory, you can select the recorded date displayed. •Without using cassette memory.

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    Searching a scene Searching for a photo without using cassette memory - photo search You can use this function whether the tape has cassette memory or not. MENU CM SEARCH (1)Set the POWER switch to ON. (2)Press MENU to display the menu. (3)Turn the control dial to select the CM SEARCH, then press the control dial.

  • Page 26

    Searching a scene Scanning photo - photo scan You can use this function whether the tape has cassette memory or not. (1)Set the POWER switch to ON. (2)Press SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander repeatedly until the photo scan indicator appears. (3)Press = or +.

  • Page 27: Displaying Recording Data – Data Code Function

    Displaying recording data – data code function Using the Remote Commander supplied with a Sony digital video camera recorder, you can display recording data (date/time or various settings when recorded) on the LCD screen during playback (Data Code). The Data Code is also displayed on the TV.

  • Page 28: Watching On A Tv Screen, Visualización De La Imagen En La Pantalla De Un Tv

    Watching on a TV screen Connect this VCR to another VCR or TV to watch the playback picture on the TV screen. Connecting directly to a VCR/TV Open the jack cover. Connect this VCR to the LINE IN inputs on the TV or VCR connected to the TV, using the supplied A/V connecting cable.

  • Page 29

    LASER LINK es un sistema que transmite y recibe mediante rayos infrarrojos imágenes y sonido entre equipos de video que presenten la marca LASER LINK es una marca comercial de Sony Corporation. Para realizar la reproducción en un (1)Después de conectar el TV y el receptor IR, ajuste el interruptor POWER de éste en ON.

  • Page 30

    Watching on a TV screen If you use a Sony TV •You can turn on the TV automatically when you press the LASER LINK or · button. To do so, set the AUTO TV ON to ON in the menu system and turn the TV’s main switch on, then...

  • Page 31: Editing Onto Another Tape, Edición En Otra Cinta

    Editing onto another tape You can create your own video program by editing with any other DV, mini DV, h 8 mm, H Hi8, j VHS, k S-VHS, K S-VHSC or l Betamax VCR that has audio/video inputs. You can edit with little deterioration of picture and sound quality when using the DV cable.

  • Page 32

    Editing onto another tape Using the A/V connecting cable or S video connecting cable Set the input selector on the VCR to LINE. : Signal flow / Flujo de señales Notes on editing when using the A/V connecting cable •Press DISPLAY, DATA CODE and SEARCH MODE on the Remote Commander (not supplied) to turn off the display indicators.

  • Page 33

    Editing onto another tape Starting editing (1)Insert a blank tape (or a tape you want to record over) into the (recording) VCR, and insert your recorded tape into this VCR. (2)Play back the recorded tape on this VCR until you locate the point where you want to start editing, then press P to set this VCR in playback pause mode.

  • Page 34: Recording From A Vcr Or Tv, Grabación Desde Una Videograbadora O Tv

    Recording from a VCR or TV You can record a tape from another VCR or a TV program from a TV that has video/audio outputs. Connect this (recording) VCR to the (playback) VCR or TV. Turn down the volume of this VCR while editing.

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    Recording from a VCR or TV Notes on connection •If the (recording) VCR is a monaural type, connect the yellow plug of the A/V connecting cable for video to the VCR. Connect only the white or red plug for audio to the VCR. If you connect the white plug, the sound is L (left) signal.

  • Page 36: Audio Dubbing, Copia De Audio

    Audio dubbing You can record an audio sound to add to the original sound on a tape by connecting audio equipment . You can add a sound on your recorded tape by specifying starting and ending points. The original sound will not be erased. Do not connect the video (yellow) plug.

  • Page 37

    Audio dubbing Adding an audio sound on a recorded tape (1)Insert your recorded tape into the VCR. (2)Set the POWER switch to ON. (3)On this VCR, press · to set it to playback mode, and then locate the point where the recording should begin.

  • Page 38: Superimposing A Title, Superposición De Títulos

    Superimposing a title If you use a tape with cassette memory, you can superimpose the titles during playback or playback pause. When you play back the tape, the title is displayed for 5 seconds from the point where you superimposed it. You can select from eight preset titles and one original (CUSTOM TITLE) to superimpose over the picture.

  • Page 39

    Superimposing a title TITLE TITLE MODE HELLO HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS CONGRATURATIONS! OUR SWEET BABY WEDDING VACATION [TITLE]:END Superposición de títulos TITLE MODE HELLO HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS TITLE MODE HELLO HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS TITLE MODE HELLO HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS 3,4,5 TITLE...

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    Superimposing a title Preset titles can be scrolled in the following order: HELLO ˜ HAPPY BIRTHDAY ˜ HAPPY HOLIDAYS ˜ CONGRATULATIONS! ˜ OUR SWEET BABY ˜ WEDDING ˜ VACATION ˜ THE END ˜ CUSTOM TITLE. When you have stored an original title The title appears above “CUSTOM TITLE.”...

  • Page 41

    Superimposing a title Erasing a title (1)Press MENU to display the menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select TITLEERASE, then press the control dial. (3)Turn the control dial to select the title you want to erase, then press the control dial. (4)Make sure the title is the one you want to erase, then press control dial again.

  • Page 42: Making A Custom Title, Creación De Títulos Personalizados

    Making a custom title If you use a tape with cassette memory, you can make one title of up to 20 characters and store it in memory. (1)Press TITLE to display the titles. (2)Turn the control dial to select CUSTOM TITLE, then press the control dial.

  • Page 43

    Making a custom title TITLE TITLE HELLO HAPPY BIRTHDAY HAPPY HOLIDAYS CONGRATURATIONS! OUR SWEET BABY WEDDING VACATION [TITLE]:END CUSTOM TITLE – – – – – – – – – – & [TITLE]:END Creación de títulos personalizados TITLE HAPPY HOLIDAYS CONGRATURATIONS! OUR SWEET BABY WEDDING VACATION...

  • Page 44: Labeling A Cassette, Etiquetado De Videocassettes

    Labeling a cassette If you use a tape with cassette memory, you can label a cassette. The label can consist of up to 10 characters and is stored in cassette memory. When you insert the labeled cassette and turn the power on, the label appears.

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    Labeling a cassette MENU MENU TAPE TITLE – – – – – & [MENU]:END Etiquetado de videocassettes MENU AUDIO MODE TITLEERASE TITLE DSPL TAPE TITLE – – – – – – – – – – BEEP AUDIO MIX CM SEARCH [MENU]:END 5,6,7 MENU TAPE TITLE...

  • Page 46: What Is Assemble Editing, Descripción De Edición Montada

    Assemble editing What is assemble editing “Editing” is to make a new tape from a prerecorded tape by deleting unnecessary scenes and allocating the scenes you want in the desired order. This VCR has the assemble function which enables you to select scenes while playing back a tape.

  • Page 47: Connecting The Recording Vcr, Conexión De La Videograbadora Grabadora

    Connecting the recording VCR Use a VCR which is controlled by an infrared remote control system. Connect the recording VCR in the same way as “Editing onto another tape” (p. 31). Using the DV cable S VIDEO lLANC DV IN/OUT : Signal flow / Flujo de señales Using the A/V connecting cable or S video connecting cable...

  • Page 48: Setting The Vcr To Control The Recording Vcr

    Setting the VCR to control the recording VCR Set the remote control mode and the button to release the recording pause mode according to the recording VCR. (1)Press ASSEMBLE. The ASSEMBLE menu appears. To set the remote control mode (2)Turn the control dial to select SET UP, then press the control dial.

  • Page 49

    VCR remote control mode list / Lista de modo de control remoto de videograbadoras Brand Remote control mode Marca Modo de control remoto Sony 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06 Admiral (M. Wards) 89 Aiwa Audio Dynamic 21, 35 Bell&Howell (M. Wards)

  • Page 50

    Setting the VCR to control the recording VCR Placing both VCRs To operate the recording VCR with this VCR, place the VCRs about 1 foot (30 cm) apart from each other and point the assemble editing control emitter of this VCR at the remote sensor of the recording VCR.

  • Page 51: Adjusting The Timing To Start Recording, Ajuste De Temporización Para Iniciar La Grabación

    Adjusting the timing to start recording When a VCR is remote-controlled, there is time lag from when the VCR receives the signal to when it actually operates. The time lag differs depending on the recording VCR. During the assemble editing, the time lag results in missing scenes or unnecessary scenes on the edited tape.

  • Page 52

    Adjusting the timing to start recording Adjusting the timing Calculate the average of the five figures for the “CUT-IN” point and do the same for the “CUT- OUT” point. Example: (5 + 6 + 5 + 4 + 5) ÷ 5 = 5 (1)Turn the control dial to select “CUT-IN ADJ,”...

  • Page 53: Selecting Scenes, Selección De Escenas

    Selecting scenes Select the scenes in the order you want to edit. One scene selected for editing is called “a cut.” You can select a cut in the unit of a frame. In the following operations: •the “IN point” means the beginning of a cut •the “OUT point”...

  • Page 54: Previewing Scenes, Previsualización De Escenas

    Previewing scenes After selecting cuts, make sure that the IN and OUT points are correctly marked. (1)Press ASSEMBLE to display the ASSEMBLE menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select PREVIEW, then press the control dial. The PREVIEW menu appears. (3)Turn the control dial to select the cut you want to check, then press the control dial.

  • Page 55

    Previewing scenes Changing the IN/OUT point of a You can reselect the IN and OUT points. (1)Press ASSEMBLE to display the ASSEMBLE menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select PROGRAM, then press the control dial. The list of the IN and OUT points appears. (3)Turn the control dial to select the IN or OUT point you want to change, then press the control dial.

  • Page 56

    Previewing scenes Deleting cuts Deleting a cut (1)Press ASSEMBLE to display the ASSEMBLE menu. (2)Turn the control dial to select DELETE, then press the control dial. (3)Turn the control dial to select 1PGM DELETE, then press the control dial. (4)Turn the control dial to select the cut you want to delete, then press the control dial.

  • Page 57: Executing The Assemble Editing, Ejecución De La Edición Montada

    Executing the assemble editing The selected cuts are automatically assembled and recorded on the tape in the recording VCR. (1)Insert the recording tape in the recording VCR, and set to recording pause mode. (2)Press ASSEMBLE to display the ASSEMBLE menu. (3)Turn the control dial to select EXECUTE, then press the control dial.

  • Page 58: Usable Cassettes And Playback Modes, Videocassettes Utilizables Y Modos De Reproducción

    Las cintas que disponen de memoria en cassette presentan la marca Sony recomienda emplear cintas que presenten la marca de esta videograbadora. Al reproducir Señal de copyright...

  • Page 59

    Usable cassettes and playback modes Notes on the mini DV cassette To prevent accidental erasure Slide out the protect tab on the cassette so that the red portion is visible. [a] When affixing a label on the mini DV cassette Be sure to affix a label on only the location as illustrated below so as not to cause malfunction of the VCR.

  • Page 60: Charging The Vanadium-lithium Battery In The Vcr

    Charging the vanadium- lithium battery in the Your VCR is supplied with a vanadium-lithium battery installed so as to retain the menu settings, regardless of the setting of the POWER switch. The vanadium-lithium battery is always charged as long as you are using the VCR. The battery, however, will get discharged gradually if you do not use the VCR.

  • Page 61: Resetting The Date And Time, Reajuste De La Fecha Y Hora

    Resetting the date and time The date and time are set at the factory. Set the time according to the local time in your country. If you do not use the VCR for about 6 monthes, the date and time settings may be released (bars may appear) because the vanadium-lithium battery installed in the VCR will have been discharged.

  • Page 62

    Resetting the date and time To correct the date and time setting Repeat steps 2 to 6. The year indicators changes as follows: 1998 1999 ... 2000 ... Note on the time indicator The internal clock of this VCR operates on a 12- hour cycle.

  • Page 63: Notes On "infolithium" Battery Pack, Notas Sobre El Paquete De Batería "infolithium

    “InfoLITHIUM” es un paquete de batería de litio que puede intercambiar datos con equipos de video compatibles sobre su consumo de energía. Sony recomienda el empleo del paquete de batería “InfoLITHIUM” con equipos de video que presenten la marca mark.

  • Page 64

    Notes on “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack To obtain more accurate remaining battery indication •If the indication seems incorrect, use up the battery pack and then recharge it fully (Full charge ). Note that if you have used the battery in a hot or cold environment for long time, or you have repeated charging many times, the battery pack may not be able to show the correct time even after being fully charged.

  • Page 65: Maintenance Information And Precautions, Información Y Precauciones Sobre Mantenimiento

    Maintenance information and precautions Moisture condensation If the VCR is brought directly from a cold place to a warm place, moisture may condense inside the VCR, on the surface of the tape, or on the head drum. In this condition, the tape may stick to the head drum and be damaged or the VCR may not operate correctly.

  • Page 66

    CASSETTE” aparecen uno tras otro o el indicador v parpadea en la pantalla LCD Si se produce [a] o [b], limpie los cabezales de video con el cassette de limpieza Sony DVM12CL (no suministrado). Compruebe la imagen y si el problema anteriormente expuesto no se soluciona, repita la limpieza.

  • Page 67

    •Should any solid object or liquid get inside the casing, unplug the VCR and have it checked by Sony dealer before operating it any further. •Avoid rough handling or mechanical shock. •Keep the POWER switch set to OFF when not using the VCR.

  • Page 68

    •No coloque el cargador/adaptador de CA en lugares: – Extremadamente fríos o cálidos – Polvorientos o sucios – Muy húmedos – Con vibraciones Si surge alguna dificultad, desenchufe la unidad y póngase en contacto con el proveedor Sony más próximo.

  • Page 69: Using Your Vcr Abroad, Uso De La Videograbadora En El Extranjero

    Using your VCR abroad Each country or area has its own electric and TV color systems. Before using your VCR abroad, check the following points. Power sources You can use your VCR in any country or area with the supplied AC adaptor/charger within 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz.

  • Page 70: Trouble Check

    English Trouble check If you run into any problem using the VCR, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem. Should the difficulty persist, disconnect the power source and contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. Power Symptom The power is not on.

  • Page 71

    Trouble check Operation Symptom No sound or only a low sound is heard when playing back a tape. The new sound added to the recorded tape is not heard. The title is not displayed. The title is not recorded. The cassette label is not recorded. Displaying the recorded date, date search function does not work.

  • Page 72

    The CHARGE lamp flashes. Cause and/or corrective actions • The video heads may be dirty. m Clean the heads using the Sony DVM12CL (not supplied) cleaning cassette. (p. 66) • The video heads may be dirty. m Clean the heads using the Sony DVM12CL (not supplied) cleaning cassette.

  • Page 73

    The problem is with the AC adaptor/ charger. Please contact your nearest Sony dealer in connection with the product with the problem. * If you use a battery pack which you have just bought or which has been left unused for a long time, the CHARGE lamp may flash at the first charging.

  • Page 74: Self-diagnosis Display

    C:21:ππ C:22:ππ C:23:ππ C:31:ππ C:32:ππ E:61:ππ E:62:ππ If you are unable to resolve the problem, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. LCD screen Self-diagnosis display •C:ππ:ππ You can service the VCR yourself. •E:ππ:ππ Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony facility.

  • Page 75: Solución De Problemas

    Si le surge algún problema mientras utiliza la videograbadora, emplee la siguiente tabla para solucionarlo. Si el problema no se soluciona, desconecte la fuente de alimentación y póngase en contacto con un proveedor Sony o un centro de servicio técnico local autorizado Sony. Videograbadora Alimentación...

  • Page 76

    Solución de problemas Funcionamiento Problema No se escucha el sonido o éste es muy bajo al reproducir una cinta. No se oye el sonido añadido en la cinta grabada. El título no aparece. El título no se graba. La etiqueta del videocassette no se graba. La visualización de la fecha de grabación (función de búsqueda de fechas) no funciona.

  • Page 77

    • LCD BRIGHT no está ajustado correctamente. m Presione + o – para obtener el brillo que desee. (p. 9) • El tubo fluorescente incorporado está agotado. m Póngase en contacto con el proveedor Sony más próximo. Causa y/o acciones correctivas •...

  • Page 78

    CA. Póngase en contacto con el proveedor Sony más próximo en relación con el producto que causa el problema. * Si utiliza un paquete de batería recién adquirido o que no ha utilizado durante mucho tiempo, es posible que el indicador CHARGE parpadee al realizar la primera carga.

  • Page 79: Indicación De Autodiagnóstico

    C:22:ππ C:23:ππ C:31:ππ C:32:ππ E:61:ππ E:62:ππ Si no puede solucionar el problema, póngase en contacto con un proveedor Sony o con un centro de servicio técnico local autorizado Sony. Indicación de autodiagnóstico •C:ππ:ππ El propio usuario puede solucionar el problema.

  • Page 80: Specifications

    DC OUT: 8.4 V, 2.0 A in operating mode Battery charge terminal: 8.4 V, 1.4 A in charge mode Application Sony battery pack NP-F730, NP-730H, NP-F750, NP-F930, NP-F950 lithium ion type Operating temperature 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C) Storage temperature –4°F to +140°F (–20°C to +60°C)

  • Page 81: Especificaciones

    DC OUT: 8,4 V, 2,0 A en modo de funcionamiento Terminal de carga de batería: 8,4 V, 1,4 A en modo de carga Aplicación Paquete de batería Sony NP-F730, NP-730H, NP-F750, NP-F930, NP-F950 tipo ion de litio Temperatura de funcionamiento 32°F a 104°F (0°C a 40°C) Temperatura de almacenamiento –4°F a +140°F (–20°C a +60°C)

  • Page 82: Identifying The Parts, Identificación De Los Componentes

    Identifying the parts 1 LCD screen 2 LCD BRIGHT buttons (p. 9) 3 VOLUME buttons (p. 9) 4 EJECT knob (p. 8) 5 Cassette compartment (p. 8) 6 POWER lamp (p. 9) 7 Remote sensor Aim a Remote Commander (not supplied) here for remote control.

  • Page 83

    Identifying the parts !∞ !§ DISPLAY AUDIO DUB !¶ TITLE ASSEMBLE !• PLAY !ª CAUTION @º !∞ r REC (recording) buttons and lamp (p. 34) !§ AUDIO DUB button (p. 37) !¶ DISPLAY button (p. 9) !• TITLE button (p. 39, 43) !ª...

  • Page 84

    Slide up to release the terminal cover when attaching an accessory (not supplied). #• DV IN/OUT jack (p. 31, 47) This “i.LINK” mark is a trademark of Sony Corporation and indicates that this product is in agreement with IEEE 1394-1995 specifications and their revisions.

  • Page 85

    Identifying the Parts Operation indicators 1 Tape transport mode indicator 2 Recording mode indicator (p. 10) 3 Cassette Memory indicator (p. 4) 4 Warning indicator (p. 86) 5 BRT (bright) indicator (p. 9)/VOL (volume) indicator (p. 9) 6 Time code indicator / Self-diagnosis display (p.

  • Page 86: Warning Indicators

    Si el indicador CAUTION parpadea, pero no aparece ningún indicador en la pantalla LCD, póngase en contacto con el proveedor Sony o con un centro de servicio técnico local autorizado Sony. : Es posible oír pitidos si BEEP está ajustado en ON en el sistema de menús.

  • Page 87

    Cárguela. (p. 60) 9 Se ha producido algún problema. Desconecte la fuente de alimentación y póngase en contacto con un proveedor Sony o con un centro de servicio técnico local autorizado. !º El paquete de batería no es del tipo “InfoLITHIUM”.

  • Page 88

    COPY INHIBIT ... 58 Corriente doméstica ... 7 Corte (cambio) ... 55 Corte (eliminación) ... 56 Corte (selección) ... 53 DISPLAY ... 9 Sony Corporation Printed in Japan F, G, H Full charge ... 15 HiFi SOUND ... 12 House current ... 7 I, J, K, L I.

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