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Sony 7911000014C Operating Instructions Manual

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DVD Recorder

Operating Instructions

VRD-MC10
2008 © Sony Corporation
4-115-467-13(1)
Selecting copy mode
Introducing DVDirect
Preparations for Recording
Copying From a Camera
Copying From Video Devices
Viewing a Created Disc
Troubleshooting/References
Additional Information
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Setup
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  • Page 1: Dvd Recorder

    Multi-Function DVD Recorder Operating Instructions VRD-MC10 2008 © Sony Corporation 4-115-467-13(1) Selecting copy mode Introducing DVDirect Preparations for Recording Copying From a Camera Copying From Video Devices Viewing a Created Disc Setup Troubleshooting/References Additional Information...

  • Page 2: Safety Regulations

    The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard. As the laser beam used in this multi function DVD recorder is harmful to eyes, do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.

  • Page 3

    The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327 Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or guarantee matters please refer to the addresses given in separate service or guarantee documents.

  • Page 4

    Owner’s Record The product label is located on the bottom of the unit. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model: VRD-MC10 Serial Number: ________...

  • Page 5

    • DVDirect, Handycam, CyberShot, Memory Stick and each logos are trademarks, or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. • AVCHD and AVCHD logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Panasonic Corporation. • “PLAYSTATION” is a registered trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Safety Regulations ...2 Selecting copy mode Find a type of copy mode ...8 Type of copy modeA Record HD (High Definition) video as is ...10 Type of copy modeB Record HD (High Definition) video taken by another digital video camera as is ..12 Type of copy modeC Down-convert videos to SD (Standard Definition) quality ...14...

  • Page 7

    HDMI Settings ...69 System Info ...69 Demo ...69 TV Type ...70 Language ...70 Troubleshooting/References Troubleshooting ... 71 Supported Discs and Memory Cards... 73 Recording Time and Video Lengths ... 76 About Created Discs... 78 Additional Information Precautions... 80 Specifications... 81 Index ...

  • Page 8: Selecting Copy Mode

    • When you record photos taken with your digital still camera from its memory card onto a disc, see page 18. I want to record HD (High Definition) video as is. HD (High Definition) Disc AVCHD format compatible device Sony Blu-ray Disc player/recorder Compatible players Not playable on DVD players/recorders.

  • Page 9

    Note • Refer to “Notes on copying on discs” on page 23. Which device did you use to capture the video? Sony High Definition Digital video camera Digital still camera Other High Definition Digital video camera Sony Standard Definition...

  • Page 10: Record Hd (high Definition) Video

    Type of copy mode Record HD (High Definition) video as is Photos are recorded as a JPEG file. What is the recording media? Built-in memory 8cm Disc Memory Card DV tape Connection and setup Use a USB cable (supplied with camera or sold separately) b page 31 Use a USB cable (supplied with camera or sold separately)

  • Page 11

    Select the copy mode and create a disc! One Touch Copying All Disc Burn Contents Press the button on The entire contents of camera camera page 49 page 38 page 49* page 38 — page 40 page 49* page 38 You cannot record photos.

  • Page 12: Record Hd (high Definition) Video Taken

    Type of copy mode Record HD (High Definition) video taken by another digital video camera* as is * Not all camera operations are supported. What is the recording media? Built-in memory 8cm Disc Memory Card DV tape (HDV format) Connection and setup You cannot record by connecting a camera via a USB cable.

  • Page 13

    Select the copy mode and create a disc! Copying All Contents The entire contents of camera page 38 b Notes • You cannot record HD (High Definition) video taken in REC mode at a bit rate exceeding 18Mbps, such as in [HD FX] mode (for example, High Definition Handycam down-converting to SD (Standard Definition) quality.

  • Page 14: Down-convert Videos To Sd

    Type of copy mode Down-convert videos to SD (Standard Definition) quality You cannot record photos. What is the recording media? Built-in memory 8cm Disc Memory Card DV tape Connection and setup Use an AV cable Use an AV cable (supplied with camera or sold separately) (supplied with camera or sold separately) b page 34 b page 34...

  • Page 15

    Select the copy mode and create a disc! Copying All Contents The entire contents of camera page 51 Copying Manually Recording while operating camera page 47 page 47 page 47 page 47 page 53 Copying Manually Recording while operating camera page 53...

  • Page 16: Type Of Copy Moded Record Sd (standard Definition) Video As Is

    Type of copy mode Record SD (Standard Definition) video as is Photos are recorded as a JPEG file. What is the recording media? Built-in memory 8cm Disc Memory Card DV tape All of the above media Other media (8mm tape, MICROMV tape, etc.) 16 16 Connection and setup Use a USB cable...

  • Page 17

    Select the copy mode and create a disc! One Touch Copying All Disc Burn Contents Press the button on The entire contents of camera camera page 49 page 38 page 49* page 38 — page 40 page 49* page 38 Copying All Contents* The entire contents of camera page 51...

  • Page 18: Connect Other Video Device And Record

    Type of copy mode Connect other video device and record SD (Standard Definition) video You cannot record photos. What is the recording media of your video device? Video device with DV connector, capable of outputting DV signals Video device with AV OUT Recording photos from memory card Photos are recorded as a JPEG file.

  • Page 19

    Select the copy mode and create a disc! Copying All Contents The entire contents of camera page 51 — Select the copy mode and create a disc! Copying All Contents The entire contents of camera page 52 Copying Manually Recording while operating the camera page 53 page 53 Copying Visual Index Lists...

  • Page 20: Introducing Dvdirect

    Type of devices Icon Type of medias Icon Sony digital video camera or Sony digital still came Other digital video camera Video device with audio/video outputs Functions available for camera recording to hard disk Functions available for camera recording to built-in memory Functions available for camera recording to 8cm disc Functions available for camera recording to “Memory Stick Duo,”...

  • Page 21

    ® About Handycam ® ® In this manual, Handycam refers to a Sony camcorder. High Definition Handycam refers to an HD (High Definition) compatible camcorder. About Images In this manual, “images” refer to both photos (still images) and videos. About the DVDirect In this manual, “DVDirect”...

  • Page 22: Features

    Definition) image quality. Created discs can be played on DVD players and other DVD devices. Recording photos You can archive photos from a memory card, or a connected Sony camera directly onto a disc. When you use a camera or memory card containing videos and photos, you can archive both videos and photos on the same disc.

  • Page 23: Before You Begin

    The DVDirect supports the following copying. • HD (High Definition) video - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by a Sony digital video camera - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by a Sony digital still camera - High Definition (AVCHD format) video taken by an other digital video camera* •...

  • Page 24

    Notes on HD (High Definition) disc compatibility • An HD (High Definition) disc cannot be played on an AVCHD incompatible DVD player or recorder. • Do not insert an HD (High Definition) disc in an AVCHD incompatible DVD player or recorder. The DVD player or recorder may fail to eject the disc and may erase its contents.

  • Page 25: Package Contents

    Package Contents Please confirm that the package contains the following items. If any of these items are missing or damaged, please contact your dealer. The number in parentheses indicates the number of items. VRD-MC10 (DVDirect) (1) Remote control unit (1) The remote control has a button-type lithium battery built in.

  • Page 26: Parts And Controls

    Parts and Controls Main unit Front and sides AUDIO IN VIDEO IN S VIDEO IN DV IN A AUDIO IN connectors (page 34) B VIDEO IN connector (page 34) C S VIDEO IN connector (page 34) D DV IN connector (page 33) E USB (Type A) port (page 31) F 1 (power) button (page 29) G Remote sensor...

  • Page 27

    Top panel A Display window Displays an operation screen, images from a playback device or memory card. B VIDEO / COMPONENT / HDMI LEDs Indicates the output selected by pressing the OUTPUT button (3). C OUTPUT button (pages 60, 63) Rear panel A HDMI OUT connector (page 58) B COMPONENT OUT (Y, P...

  • Page 28: Remote Control

    Remote control A DISPLAY button (pages 62, 65) B m, y/M buttons (page 62) C ., > buttons (pages 62, 65) D PLAY button (pages 62, 65) E STOP button (pages 62, 65) F RETURN button (page 66) G PAUSE button (pages 62, 65) H MENU button (pages 62) I v/V/b/B/ ENTER buttons (pages 62, 65) b Notes...

  • Page 29: Preparations For Recording

    Preparations for Recording Turning the Power On Connect the supplied AC power cord to the AC adapter. Insert the power plug of the AC adapter into the DVDirect’s DC IN connector. Insert the power plug of the AC power cord into a power outlet. DVDirect b Notes •...

  • Page 30: Inserting A Disc

    Inserting a Disc Press the Z (eject) button. The disc tray ejects. Place the disc in the disc tray with its playing/recording side down, and press the Z (eject) button again. b Note • Do not touch the recording side of the disc. The disc tray closes.

  • Page 31: Connecting Cables For Recording

    USB port (Type Mini B) Check the USB connection on the camera. Sony digital video camera The [USB SELECT] screen appears. Be sure to select the media that stores images to record. Button names on the [USB SELECT] screen Storage Media...

  • Page 32

    In this case, selecting the recording media is unnecessary. • If your camera has a [USB SPEED] setting, specify [AUTO] ([AUTO] is the default setting). Sony digital still camera USB connection completes only by connecting the camera to the DVDirect. [USB mode] or [Mass Storage] screen appears.

  • Page 33: Dv (i.link) Cable

    DV (i.LINK) cable Turn on the camera. b Note • For the camera, make sure that the AC adapter is connected to the AC power cord. Set the camera to playback mode. • Playback operation differs among camcorders. For most camcorders, switch the power/mode button to playback, PLAY/EDIT or VTR mode to play video or perform recording.

  • Page 34: Audio/video Cable (av Cable)

    Audio/video cable (AV cable) Turn on the video device. b Note • For the camera, make sure that the AC adapter is connected to the AC power cord. Operate the video device to start playback of video. • Playback operation differs among video devices. For most cameras, switch the power/mode button to playback, PLAY/EDIT or VTR mode to play video or perform recording.

  • Page 35

    A/V OUT connector A/V OUT AV cable (not supplied or supplied with the video device) For S-video cables: S VIDEO OUT connector AUDIO OUT connectors Audio/video cable (supplied) or audio cable (not supplied) S-video cable (not supplied) S VIDEO OUT connector AUDIO OUT connectors Audio/video cable (supplied) or audio...

  • Page 36

    For a camcorder with an A/V OUT connector, you can use an AV cable with S-video to connect to the DVDirect. A/V OUT connector A/V OUT AV cable with S-video (not supplied) For a camcorder with an A/V Mini jack, you can use an AV cable and S-video cable to connect to the DVDirect.

  • Page 37: Memory Card

    Memory Card When copying videos or photos from a memory card, insert the memory card into its corresponding memory card slot on the DVDirect. Insert a memory card into its corresponding slot. “Memory Stick Duo” “Memory Stick Duo,” “Memory Stick,” SD Card, or xD-Picture Card Push the memory card into the slot until you hear a click.

  • Page 38: Copying From A Camera

    Copying From a Camera Copying All Contents This mode allows you to record images onto a disc from a camera connected to the DVDirect or memory card inserted into the slot with a single touch of the (record) button. The entire contents will be recorded.

  • Page 39

    Press the (record) button to start recording. The DVDirect starts the recording process. (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window. When recording HD (High Definition) videos, [AVCHD] appears in the display window. Change to a blank disc when the message [Insert a new disc.] appears.

  • Page 40: Copying All Contents (from An 8cm Disc)

    Copying All Contents (from an 8cm disc) This mode allows you to record video onto a disc from an 8cm disc camera connected to the DVDirect with a single tough of the (record) button. The entire contents will be recorded. If you have more than one 8cm disc to copy, you can consolidate and record their contents onto one 12cm disc.

  • Page 41: Copying Only New Video/photo

    Copying Only New Video/Photo You can copy only newly recorded contents of your camera whose previous contents have already been recorded onto a disc (by selecting [New Video/Photo] or One Touch Disc Burn). As the DVDirect automatically detects newly recorded videos/photos, you do not need to search for them yourself.

  • Page 42

    Press the (record) button to start recording. The DVDirect starts the recording process. (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window. When recording HD (High Definition) videos, [AVCHD] appears in the display window. Change to a blank disc when the message [Insert a new disc.] appears.

  • Page 43: Copying Playlist

    Copying Playlist This mode allows you to record videos within a Playlist created on your camera. For details on creating a Playlist, refer to your camera’s operating instructions. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect cables for recording (page 31).

  • Page 44

    Press the (record) button to start recording. The DVDirect starts the recording process. (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window. When recording HD (High Definition) videos, [AVCHD] appears in the display window. Change to a blank disc when the message [Insert a new disc.] appears.

  • Page 45: Copying Visual Index Lists

    Copying Visual Index Lists You can record images selected by viewing thumbnails. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect cables for recording (page 31). Make sure that the copy mode select screen appears.

  • Page 46

    Press V or v to select a video or photo you wish to copy and press the ENTER button to mark. Shooting time (not length of recording time) z Hint • When selecting a photo, the selected photo appears with one press of the b button. The photo can be rotated 90 degrees clockwise with each subsequent press of the b button.

  • Page 47: Copying Manually

    Copying Manually This mode allows you to record video on the DVDirect while controlling playback manually on the connected camera. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect an audio/video cable (AV cable) for recording (page 34).

  • Page 48

    To finalize the disc, press V or v to select [Yes] and press the ENTER button. If you select [No] and press b, disc will be ejected without being finalized. You can skip step 8. b Note • To finalize a disc means to make the disc playable on other DVD devices.

  • Page 49: One Touch Disc Burn

    One Touch Disc Burn This mode allows you to record video from a camera onto a disc by simply pressing DISC BURN on the camera. You can record additional video onto a disc that has been previously recorded on, as with copying only new images (page 41).

  • Page 50

    Change to a blank disc when the message [Insert a new disc.] appears. If the contents of the camera do not fit onto a single disc, the disc will be ejected automatically when it becomes full. Remove the created disc and insert a blank one. Recording will resume automatically.

  • Page 51: Copying From Video Devices

    Copying From Video Devices Copying All Contents (from a DV tape) This mode allows you to record the entire video tape content onto a disc. The DVDirect automatically controls playback on the connected video device. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect DV (i.LINK) cable for recording (page 33).

  • Page 52: Copying All Contents (photo)

    Copying All Contents (Photo) You can record all photos taken with your digital still camera from its memory card onto a disc. Before selecting this copy mode, insert a disc and memory card (pages 30 and 37). Make sure that the copy mode select screen appears.

  • Page 53: Copying Manually

    Copying Manually This mode allows you to record video on the DVDirect while controlling playback manually on the connected video device. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc (page 30) and connect cables for recording (pages 33 and 34). z Hint •...

  • Page 54

    When the DVDirect waits a video signal to resume recording, the message [Waiting for input signal.] appears in the DVDirect’s display window. If no video signal is detected for 2 minutes, the DVDirect stops recording. (As video devices always output video signals from their operation screen or TV screen other than playback, some video devices may not operate as above.)

  • Page 55: Copying Visual Index Lists (photo)

    Copying Visual Index Lists (Photo) This method allows you to select and record photos from a camera’s memory card onto a disc. You can select them by viewing thumbnails or by the shooting date. Before selecting this copy mode, turn on the DVDirect (page 29), insert a disc and the memory card (pages 30 and 37).

  • Page 56

    To select a photo stored in a different shooting date folder, press B and repeat steps 5 and 6. Press the (record) button to start recording. The DVDirect starts the recording process. (record) button lights up during recording. The following appears in the display window.

  • Page 57: Viewing A Created Disc

    Viewing a Created Disc Connecting to a TV You can use the DVDirect to playback created discs. Simply view them in the display window of the DVDirect, or connect the DVDirect to a TV. To view on a TV, you need to connect and setup the DVDirect first. The video quality varies depending on the type of TV and the connection used.

  • Page 58

    1 HDMI cable HDMI IN connector b Notes • Use an HDMI cable that is HDMI compliant (look for the HDMI logo). • Some TV sets may not work with the DVDirect. (e.g., no sound or picture) • Be sure to connect the HDMI IN and the HDMI OUT with a cable. Connecting the HDMI OUT on both the TV and the DVDirect may cause damage.

  • Page 59

    3 Audio/video cable AV IN connectors Connecting to a TV through a video device Check the input connectors on the video device and use appropriate cables. Connect a cable to the external input connector on the video device. If the video device has an input selector, select an appropriate external input (e.g., Video 1, Video 2, etc.).

  • Page 60: Viewing Videos

    Viewing Videos You can play back only discs created with the DVDirect. b Notes • You cannot play back discs created with a video device other than the DVDirect. The DVDirect does not support playback of commercial DVDs or contents on a memory card inserted to the DVDirect.

  • Page 61: Viewing On The Dvdirect

    If the disc contains both videos and photos, press V or v to select [Video] and press b. Playback starts automatically when an unfinalized disc is inserted. When playing back a finalized disc, go to step 8. Press V/v/B/b to select the title you want to view, and press the (playback) button.

  • Page 62: Playing Videos With The Disc Index Function

    Playing videos with the Disc Index function You can play back sequentially the first 10 seconds of each scene of an HD (High Definition) video, from its beginning. Select [Disc Index] on the Disc Menu of HD (High Definition) disc displayed in step 8 of “Viewing on a TV.”...

  • Page 63: Viewing Photos

    Viewing Photos You can play back only discs created with the DVDirect. b Note • You cannot playback discs created with a video device other than the DVDirect. The DVDirect does not support playback of commercial DVDs or contents on a memory card inserted to the DVDirect.

  • Page 64: Viewing On The Dvdirect

    Press V or v to select a date and press Press V or v to select a photo and press the ENTER button. The selected photo is displayed on the display window of the DVDirect. Press V or v to display the next or the previous photo.

  • Page 65: Operation With Remote Control

    Operation with remote control Photo display Button Function DISPLAY Display info > Display the next photo Display the previous photo PLAY Play the slideshow Stop display STOP (return to the Top screen or video/photo selection screen) Display the next or the (V/v)* previous photo Rotate the photo 90...

  • Page 66: Setup

    Setup Using the Setup Menu You can change the various settings for creating discs in the Setup Menu screen. Turn on the DVDirect and press the RETURN button. Press V or v to select a menu item, and press the ENTER button. c indicates the default settings.

  • Page 67: Auto Finalizing

    Auto Finalizing Specify whether or not to finalize the disc automatically when recording is completed. This allows immediate playback on DVD players. c ON The disc will be finalized automatically when recording is completed. You can play back the finalized disc on other playback devices. The disc will not be finalized when recording is completed.

  • Page 68: Finalize Disc

    Finalize disc If you eject a disc without finalizing, you can finalize it later. 1 Insert a disc to finalize, press V or v to select [Finalize disc], and press the ENTER button. 2 Press V or v to select [Yes] and press the ENTER button.

  • Page 69: Hdmi Settings

    480p Outputs 480p resolution. 1080i Outputs 1080i resolution. HDMI Settings YPbPr/RGB Specify the color space for converting video signals from the HDMI OUT connector. c Auto Select [Auto] unless necessary to specify the signal format. Y/Pb/Pr 4:2:2 Converts the video signal format to Y/Pb/Pr 4:2:2.

  • Page 70: Tv Type

    TV Type You can select the aspect ratio of the connected c 16:9 Select this when you connect a wide-screen TV. Select this when you connect a 4:3 screen TV. Language Select the language display for the display window.

  • Page 71: Troubleshooting/references

    Connection and operation The camera is connected with a USB cable, but the DVDirect does not work. • Make sure that your Sony camera is supported by the DVDirect. • Make sure that the camera is configured for USB connection correctly and the USB cable is connected properly to the camera (page 31).

  • Page 72

    • Some video devices may not work properly for the created discs type. • Your video device may not support the disc type (e.g., DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL). Check if your video device supports the disc type. Other video devices do not playback the created HD (High Definition) disc.

  • Page 73: Supported Discs And Memory Cards

    Supported Discs and Memory Cards Discs The following writable discs are compatible with the DVDirect. However, not all disc operations are supported. Disc type DVD+R DVD+R DL (Double layer) DVD+RW DVD+RW High speed DVD-R DVD-R DL (Double layer) DVD-RW z Hint •...

  • Page 74

    Reading of data that requires MagicGate functions cannot be performed with the DVDirect. Sony Memory Stick PRO Duo or Sony Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo operation is supported, up to 32 Gbytes. The memory card slot of the DVDirect does not support capacities exceeding 32 Gbytes. Even if you insert such a card into the camera’s memory card slot and connect the camera to the DVDirect with the USB cable,...

  • Page 75

    SD Card/xD-Picture Card/CompactFlash The DVDirect has slots for the following memory cards. However, not all memory card operations are supported. • SD Memory Card* • SDHC Memory Card* • xD-Picture Card • CompactFlash (Type I/Type II) and CF+Card (Type I/Type II)-compatible CompactFlash* SD Memory Card operation is supported up to 2 Gbytes.

  • Page 76: Recording Time And Video Lengths

    (bit rate) setting. The chart below provides a general estimate of time required to record for Sony devices. Recording HD (High Definition) video...

  • Page 77

    Disc space (recordable time) available for recording videos The chart below provides a general estimate of disc space (recordable time) available for recording videos onto a disc for Sony devices. HD (High Definition) discs (AVCHD format) The recordable video length depends on the REC mode setting on the camera.

  • Page 78: About Created Discs

    About Created Discs The DVDirect creates a Disc Menu at the beginning of a disc recorded. The Disc Menu is displayed each time a disc is inserted into a player and available for selecting videos from dates or thumbnails. According to the type of disc to create and device connection used for recording, titles and chapters are created in the following manner: SD (Standard Definition) discs (DV IN, VIDEO IN or S VIDEO IN connector)

  • Page 79

    HD (High Definition) discs Disc Menu 2007 .12 . 24 00 : 11 : 23 2008 . 3 . 20 00 : 20 : 55 2008 . 3 . 22 00 : 15 : 43 002 / 003 2008 . 4 . 29 00 : 08 : 10 2008 .

  • Page 80: Additional Information

    Additional Information Precautions Operation and storage conditions Avoid using or storing the DVDirect in hot or humid locations, or places where it might be subject to severe vibration or direct sunlight. Cleaning Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the external surfaces of the DVDirect.

  • Page 81: Specifications

    • Sony digital camcorder - HDD - Built-in memory - Memory card - 8cm disc - DV/D8 tape • Sony digital still camera - Built-in memory - Memory card • Other digital camcorder - Memory card - DV tape • Video devices with video/audio outputs Supported input devices (Photo recording) •...

  • Page 82

    Memory Card Slot “Memory Stick Duo” “Memory Stick”* SD Memory Card* xD-Picture Card* CompactFlash * Multi card slot General Power DC 16V (supplied from the DC IN jack) Consumption AC adapter* Type: AC-NB16A Input: AC 100 V - 240 V Output: DC 16 V/4A Use an AC power cord appropriate for the region or country of use.

  • Page 83: Index

    Index All... 38 Audio/video cable ...34 Auto Chapter ... 66 Auto Finalizing... 67 Auto Stop Timer... 66 CompactFlash...37 COMPONENT Settings ... 68 Component video cable... 58 Demo ... 69 Disc Erase... 68 Finalize... 68 Inserting a disc ... 30 Recordable time ... 77 Supported discs ...

  • Page 84

    P/N 7911000014C Sony Corporation Printed in China...

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