WORLDWIDE VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER SV-7000W Owner’s Instructions POWER INDEX REC.SPEED CLK/COUNT CLR/RST STOP DISPLAY MONITOR INPUT SYSTEM AUTO EJECT PICTURE TIMER STROBE AUDIO INPUT P/STILL A.DUB OUTPUT SYSTEM MENU...
Worldwide VCR Background ... Worldwide TV Color System... Multi-System VCR vs Worldwide VCR ... System Conversion with the Worldwide VCR... Tape Conversion with the Worldwide VCR ... Deciding How to Connect Your VCR... Connecting Your VCR to the TV... ETTING...
F:3705-001096) Your Owner’s Instructions contain much valuable information on setting up and using your VCR. Please take the time to read them as they will help you take full advantage of the VCR’s features. The manual is organized as follows: A series of step-by-step procedures for each function available forms the main body of the manual.
Front View of the VCR SQPB RCA AUDIO PLAY VIDEO CASSETTE SELECTION L, R INPUT TRACKING BUTTON COMPARTMENT SWITCH JACKS BUTTONS RCA VIDEO INPUT JACK NORMAL(VHS) SQPB ONLY LINE 1 IN VIDEO AUDIO PAUSE/STILL PLAY STOP SYSTEM STANDARD RECORD STOP...
Worldwide Broadcasting system is B/G, I, D/K, M, N, L. Multi-System VCR vs Worldwide VCR The Worldwide VCR is similar to the Multi-System VCR in that it will play back tapes recorded in any TV Broadcasting System. However, there are a few key differences:...
MESECAM Tape Conversion with the Worldwide VCR One of the most useful functions of the Worldwide VCR is the combination of tape duplication and system conversion, more simply known as “Tape Conversion”. This allows the user to copy, for example, a SECAM tape and simultaneously convert it to PAL or NTSC. This is particularly useful for duplicating home video camcorder recordings and sending them to friends or relatives abroad.
IN FROM ANT. Rear Antenna coaxial Cable television network Whenever you connect an audio or video system to your VCR, ensure that all units are switched off. Refer to the documentation supplied with your equipment for detailed connection instructions and associated safety precautions.
Regardless of the type of connection chosen, you must always connect the coaxial cable supplied. Otherwise, no LINE 2 IN R - AUDIO - L VIDEO picture will be visible on the screen when the VCR is switched off. AUDIO EURO AV * NOTICE:...
On completion, press MENU twice to exit the menu. To turn On-Screen Information on/off Your VCR displays most information both on the VCR and television. You can choose to turn this information on/off the television screen (except for the Index, Timer Programming function, Picture, which cannot be turned off).
Setting the VCR RF out System The VCR RF out system and channel is used to connect the SV-7000W to a TV with RF coaxial jacks. The RF out system is automatically set by country selection (See page 15). If your selection of the country set is U.S.A., the RF out system is automatically set to U.S.A-M system.
Presetting the Stations Automatically Your VCR contains a built-in tuner used to receive television broadcasts. It can also receive cable television broadcasts. You must preset the stations received through the tuner. This can be done: automatically ; or manually (see page 21).
If the VCR is left in pause mode for more than ten minutes, recording will be stopped automatically to protect the heads and the cassette. INPUT CLR/RST REC.SPEED CLK/COUNT...
POWER EJECT NORMAL(VHS) SQPB ONLY TRACKING SPEED AUDIO OUT Select the AV input on the television for use with your VCR. LINE 1 IN RESET CHANNEL VIDEO AUDIO Insert the cassette on which the program is to be recorded. PLAY...
VCR Plus+ Recording (AMERICA Only) VCR Plus+ selects programs to be recorded with a Plus Code number, usually found in most of the program listings. Before using VCR Plus+, you must set up your Guide Channel. Set clock first (page 17).
Checking a Preset Recording You can check your preset recordings: when you have finished presetting the VCR ; or if you have forgotten which programs will be recorded. REC.SPEED CLK/COUNT PICTURE TIMER STROBE AUDIO Press the TIMER button and select STANDARD TIMER.
It can also be set to record the secondary audio program (SAP) of any broadcast with second language audio. STEREO The VCR records the same audio on both the Hi-Fi linear tracks on the tape. Press AUDIO button on the remote control to select stereo.
The cassette is rewound automatically when the end of the tape is reached. If you press POWER while a cassette is being rewound, the VCR switches off automatically when the beginning of the cassette is reached. Description Playing a Cassette in Slow Motion You can play a cassette in slow motion.
To return to normal playback, press the PLAY ( If the Frame-by-Frame function is used for more than five minutes (except for JOG function), the VCR will auto- matically play to protect the cassette and video heads. Playing a Sequence at Variable Speeds You can vary the playback speed using the Shuttle function (up to nine times the normal speed).
Searching for a Specific Sequence Each time you record a cassette on this VCR, an “index” is automatically marked on the tape when recording starts. POWER The Search function enables you to fast-forward or rewind to a specific index and start playback from that point. Depending on the direction selected, the indexes are numbered as follows.
SYSTEM Connecting Other Equipment to Your VCR You can connect other audio and/or video equipment to your VCR in different ways. The following illustrations give a few examples of the connection possibilities. The LINE 1 input connectors on the front of the VCR are used to input signals from equipment such as camcorders, VCRs or stereo sound ) to start playback.
Recording from Another VCR or Camcorder You can copy a cassette on your Samsung VCR from another video source such as another VCR or a camcorder. It is an infringement of copyright laws to copy prerecorded cassettes or to re-record them in any form without the permission of the owners of the corresponding copyright.
Press the PAL output system button on the front panel to select the PAL system. Result: The display panel shows PAL. Press the PLAY button of the other VCR. Press the REC button of the Samsung VCR for at least one STROBE AUDIO second. Result: appears on the display panel, and recording begins.
To provide true Hi-Fi audio sound with video entertainment and, at the same time, compatibility with regular VHS tapes, your VCR employs a newly-developed audio recording system. Hi-Fi audio signals (2-channel) are recorded deep into the tape's magnetic coating and the video signal is recorded on top of the audio signals in a shallower layer.
The FM Simulcast feature enables you to record: the picture received on the VCR’s tuner ; the sound received from an external source via the LINE 1 RCA input connectors on the front of the VCR. Example: You wish to record a concert transmitted simultaneously on television and radio to take advantage of FM stereo sound.
A.DUB Result: The lock indicator (LOCK) is displayed. If a cassette is in the VCR when you lock it, the cassette will be ejected. To unlock the VCR, hold down the P/STILL ( ) button again for approximately five seconds.
Frequency assigned to a given broadcasting company to enable them to transmit a series of broadcasts or programs. Program Number assigned to a given channel on the tuner in the VCR to help you select it more easily. Broadcast transmitted on a given channel.
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