In addition to the main picture, another TV program or video source being received through the VIDEO input jacks can be
displayed simultaneously as a small picture. This is called PIP (Picture-in-Picture).
Be sure to connect a VCR with the VIDEO/AUDIO cables. See page 5 for details.
Signal source input through the COLOR STREAM
terminals cannnot be displayed as a small picture.
Also, when the main picture source is in "COLOR
STREAM", PIP is not available.
Displaying a small picture
Press PIP once to display a small picture.
The 1/9 size window picture will appear.
If you press twice: The 1/16 size window
picture will appear.
Press SOURCE to select the video input
source ("VIDEO1" or "VIDEO 2") for the
The selected source will be displayed in
Select channels for the PIP using the
VCR's channel keys.
Using the PIP CH t/s buttons
Press TV/VIDEO to select "VIDEO 1" or "VIDEO 2" (main picture
source) and press SOURCE to select "TV" (PIP source)
Press PIP CH tor s to select channels for the small picture.
If the V-CHIP Control feature is active
and you try to watch a TV program that
exceeds the rating limits you set, the TV
will enter into the program block mode.
See page 30 for details.
To turn off the small picture, press PIP
– Twice, if you watch the 1/9 size window picture.
– Once, if you watch the 1/16 size window picture.
P I P
TO SELECT PUSH SOURCE
Picture from TV
Picture from VCR