Your New VCR
Press to turn your VCR and TV on and off.
Press to set counter to zero or to clear timer record
Press to change speed during playback.
Press to select channels by assigned numbers.
Press to adjust the sharpness of the image
In play mode, press to skip ahead 30 seconds.
In still mode, press to advance one frame.
Press to start VCR recording.
STOP, PLAY, REW, FF
Press to control cassette playback
or to move a cursor in the on screen menu.
Press to display menu screen.
If you won't use the remote for a long time, remove the batteries and store them in a cool, dry place.
Batteries should last about a year. When replacing batteries, use all new batteries, and never mix alkaline and
Remove the battery compartment lid by lifting the
Insert two AA batteries as shown.
Match + and - ends of the batteries as
indicated inside compartment.
Replace the compartment cover.
Press to switch between TV and VCR
source or to activate Lock
function.(See pages 15.)
Press for slow-motion during playback.
Press to switch between line input or
Press for on-screen information
Press to change channels.
F.ADV/SKIP REPLAY SEARCH/EXIT
Press to a reduce picture distortion
Press to enter the variable search
mode or to exit the on screen menu.
Press to repeat last 5 seconds of tape
Press to select channels higher than
(followed by up to two additional number
Use the jacks on the rear panel to connect the VCR to other components and signals, including: VCRs, TVs,
stereo equipment, digital video components, antenna and cable signals.
Note: VR5360C has one Audio out on the rear panel.
AUDIO OUT (L/R)
Used to output audio signals to
Used to output video signals from
VCR to connected equipment.
If your outside antenna cable is a 300 ohm flat feeder, use
an adapter to connect the antenna to the VCR input terminal.
You can purchase an adapter at an electronics store.
If yourantenna already has a round lead, simply connect it
to the terminal on the rear panel of the VCR.
Once your antenna is connected to the VCR, connect a
cable from the VCR to your TV from the "Out to TV"
terminal on the rear panel of the VCR.
Basic Cable TV Connection
This set-up will enable you to:
- Record an unscrambled channel.
- Watch an unscrambled channel while recording it.
- Record an unscrambled channel while watching
another (only when you connect a cable-compatible TV).
You will need to:
• To record a channel while watching another, press
TV/VCR on the remote control to turn off the "VCR"
indicator in the VCR display and select a desired
channel on the TV.
IN FROM ANT
Used to input cable or antenna signals.
OUT TO TV
Used to output VCR signals to a TV.
IN TO VCR
OUT TO TV
antenna lead with adapter