When you finish using this unit
Press the STANDBY/ON switch on the front panel again or the
STANDBY key on the remote control transmitter to turn this
unit into the standby mode.
To select the tape deck connected to this
unit's TAPE 2 terminals or the source
connected to this unit's EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals as the input
Press the TAPE 2 MON/EXT. DECODER button once or more
so that the corresponding indication appears on the display.
TAPE 2 MON
"TAPE2 MONITOR ON": Lights up for a few seconds just
"EXT. DECODER IN":
The input source selected in this way has priority over any
other input source already selected.
To select another input source, the TAPE 2 MON/EXT.
DECODER button must be pressed so that neither the "TAPE
2 MON" indicator nor "EXT. DECODER IN" lights up on the
TAPE 2 MON
TAPE 2 MON
after you select the tape deck
connected to the TAPE 2 terminals.
Lights up when the source
connected to the EXTERNAL
DECODER INPUT terminals is
Notes on input source selection
Note that selecting a name of input source selects the
source which is connected to the corresponding input
terminals on the rear panel.
* To select the source connected to the VIDEO AUX
terminals on the front panel, select "VIDEO AUX".
The setting of the TAPE 2 MON/EXT. DECODER button
cannot be canceled by selecting another input source. To
cancel it, press the TAPE 2 MON/EXT. DECODER button
again so that neither the "TAPE 2 MON" indicator nor "EXT.
DECODER IN" lights up on the display.
If you select a video input source without canceling the
setting of the TAPE 2 MON/EXT. DECODER button, the
playback result will be the video image from the video
source and the sound from the source selected by the
TAPE 2 MON/EXT. DECODER button.
If a different audio source is selected with the input selector
keys on the remote control transmitter while enjoying a
video source, the sound from the newly selected audio
source is heard, but the picture from the video source can
still be seen.
When you select an input source, the DSP program (or the
state of no DSP program is used) which was used when the
same input source was selected the last time will be
If a nonstandardized source is played back, or the unit
playing back a source is misoperating, "INPUT DATA
ERROR" appears on the display.