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DV VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
BR-DV3000U
Thank you for purchasing this JVC product.
Before operating this unit, please read
the instructions carefully to ensure the
best possible performance.
OPERATE
A.DUB
Mini
DVCAM NTSC
PROFESSIONAL
CH-1/3
MIC
REMOTE SEL.
INPUT SEL.
CH-2/4
SERIAL
LINE
9PIN
WIRELESS
DV
Y/C
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
REC
PLAY
PAL REC INH.
REW
STOP
BR-DV3000
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Serial No. which is
located on the rear of cabinet. Retain
this information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
EJECT
MENIU
PAUSE
SET
FF
BR-DV3000U
LLT0024-001F

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  • Page 1

    For Customer Use: Enter below the Serial No. which is located on the rear of cabinet. Retain this information for future reference. Thank you for purchasing this JVC product. Before operating this unit, please read Model No. BR-DV3000U the instructions carefully to ensure the best possible performance.

  • Page 2

    1. Read all of these instructions. 2. Save these instructions for later use. 3. All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Unplug this appliance system from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.

  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    The battery used in the BR-DV3000U must be interference will not occur in a particular installation. replaced by a JVC authorized service dealer only. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by...

  • Page 4: Main Features

    Thank you for purchasing our DV MAIN FEATURES Video Cassette Recorder BR-DV3000. ● DV format High picture and sound quality by digital tech- nology. ● Compatible mechanisms for standard/mini DV cassettes It records on and plays back DV cassettes of the standard and mini size.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION EDIT Precautions ............ 6 Using the unit in an editing system ....50 Daily maintenance and regular inspection ..7 Precautions on the use of cleaning tape ..8 MENU SCREEN Cassette tape ..........8 Structure of the menu ........53 Condensation ..........

  • Page 6: Precautions

    INTRODUCTION Precautions Place of storage and use Maintaining the unit (Please turn off the power before performing maintenance Please avoid storing or using this VTR in the fol- work.) lowing places: Please wipe the unit with a soft cloth. Do not wipe ●...

  • Page 7: Daily Maintenance And Regular Inspection

    For details, please refer to page 69, “Checking the hour meter”. Maintenance consultation : For details on the maintenance plan and fee, please consult with your nearest JVC-authorized service agent. ● If dust adheres on the head, “HEAD CLEANING Head cleaning REQUIRED!”...

  • Page 8: Precautions On The Use Of Cleaning Tape

    This unit can record onto and playback standard DV and mini DV cassette tapes (for SP mode only). DV cassettes have a safety slide at the back to Please use the following JVC cassettes with the prevent accidental erasure. or the logos.

  • Page 9: Condensation

    For recording and storing videotapes in the best condition Observe the following instructions for the best recording and storage of videotapes. ● Take care of the conditions of handling videotapes. It is recommended that you record and store videotapes in the environment below. Storage Recording Short period...

  • Page 10: Front Panel

    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF VARIOUS PARTS Front panel – – OPERATE EJECT MENIU A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS BR-DV3000 [OPERATE] Operate button/LED [A. DUB] Audio dubbing button/LED ●...

  • Page 11

    OPERATE EJECT MENIU A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS BR-DV3000 [REMOTE SEL.] Remote select [MIC] Microphone input terminal switch This is the mini jack for monaural microphone Use this switch to select the remote controller input.

  • Page 12: Names And Functions

    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Front panel OF VARIOUS PARTS – – (continued) OPERATE EJECT MENIU A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS BR-DV3000 [FF] Fast forward button/LED [REC] Record button/LED ●...

  • Page 13

    OPERATE EJECT MENIU A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS BR-DV3000 Indicator Audio indicator : When a cassette is loaded, the LED This indicator allows the user to check the avail- lights up green.

  • Page 14: Rear Panel

    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Rear panel OF VARIOUS PARTS – – DV IN/OUT AUDIO VIDEO LINE CH 1/3 CH 2/4 REMOTE DC12V NTSC/PAL 9PIN SERIAL NTSC DC power input terminal (2P) [SERIAL REMOTE] serial remote terminal (mini jack) This is used for DC12V input. It connects the DC power cord of the provided AC adapter.

  • Page 15

    DV IN/OUT AUDIO VIDEO LINE CH 1/3 CH 2/4 REMOTE DC12V NTSC/PAL 9PIN SERIAL NTSC [VIDEO Y/C IN] Video Y/C input [AUDIO IN] Audio input terminal terminal (4P) (RCA 2) This is the input terminal for YC separate video signals. This is the audio signal (analogue) input termi- ●...

  • Page 16: Wireless Remote Controller

    NAMES AND FUNCTIONS Wireless remote controller OF VARIOUS PARTS – – [STILL MODE] button Use this button to select images in the STILL mode. When the unit is in the STILL mode, press this button to toggle images in the following se- DISPLAY quence.

  • Page 17

    [F. ADV] button [SEARCH–] / button • During playback, STILL mode or variable Each time this button is pressed in the STILL speed playback in the forward direction, mode, the image is advanced one frame. When press this button to slow down the playback holding down this button, the image is advanced speed.

  • Page 18: Regarding On-screen Display

    ON-SCREEN DISPLAY Regarding on-screen display – – Besides E-E images and playback images, the monitor connected to the VIDEO LINE OUT terminal and Y/ C OUT terminal provides the following on-screen information. Wireless remote controller DISPLAY (1/2) menu – – – D I S P L A Y [ 1 / 2 ] – – – Set at ON D I P L A Y C O U N T E R P O S I .

  • Page 19: Status Display

    Status display ON-SCREEN DISPLAY – – Status display: It displays the current settings and operating status. 3 2 K C H – 1 / 2 0 0 0 m i n S T A N D B Y - O F F 1 0 / 1 0 / 0 2 1 2 : 0 0 : 0 0 T C R 0 2 : 0 0 : 0 0 : 0 0...

  • Page 20

    Status display ON-SCREEN DISPLAY – – (continued) 3 2 K C H – 1 / 2 0 0 0 m i n S T A N D B Y - O F F 1 0 / 1 0 / 0 2 1 2 : 0 0 : 0 0 T C R 0 2 : 0 0 : 0 0 : 0 0 Item...

  • Page 21: Event Display

    Event display ON-SCREEN DISPLAY – – Event display : When a specific function is in activation or when the operation status is changed with the remote controller, etc, the events will be displayed at the positions shown below. Display Contents 3 2 K C H –...

  • Page 22: Alarm Display

    Please disconnect the power and place the unit in a cool place. If this message is displayed again, damage may have occurred. Please consult with your JVC-authorized service agent. Display at position B : Messages indicating operation errors are displayed for about 3 seconds.

  • Page 23: Warning Display

    Display Contents COPY INHIBIT The user attempts to record signals protected with the copy guard. REC INHIBIT The user attempts to record on a write protected cassette tape. (The rear slide is pushed to “SAVE”.) A. DUB INHIBIT The user attempts to perform audio dubbing on a write protected cassette tape. (REC TAB) (The rear slide is pushed to “SAVE”.) A.

  • Page 24: Provided Wireless Remote Controller

    PREPARATION Provided wireless remote controller – – Loading the batteries Before using the wireless remote controller, please load 2 batteries (AA) in. Lift up the cover Load in 2 batteries Close the cover. of the battery (AA). • Please insert the · pole compartment.

  • Page 25

    Using the wireless remote controller OPERATE EJECT MENIU Before using the wireless remote controller, A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini please set the REMOTE SEL. switch to DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. “WIRELESS”. PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS...

  • Page 26: Power

    Power PREPARATION – – Connecting to the AC adapter Connect the provided AC adapter to the main unit. Screw Provided AC adapter DV IN/OUT Clamp AUDIO VIDEO LINE CH 1/3 CH 2/4 REMOTE Provided AC DC12V NTSC/PAL mains cable 9PIN SERIAL NTSC DC IN terminal...

  • Page 27: Turning Off The Power

    Switching on the power OPERATE indicator When the unit is in the OPERATE OFF mode (the OPERATE indicator lights OPERATE up red), press the OPERATE button on the unit or the remote controller. A.DUB PLAY Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. •...

  • Page 28: Selecting The Ntsc/pal Signal System

    Selecting the NTSC/PAL signal system PREPARATION – – This unit supports both the NTSC and PAL signal system. Before inputting analogue signals (composite or YC separate video signals), please select the signal system. OPERATE NTSC NTSC/PAL switch button indicator indicator OPERATE VIDEO A.DUB...

  • Page 29: Operation Lock Mode

    OPERATION LOCK mode PREPARATION – – This unit comes with an operation lock function to prevent unintended, erroneous operation. In the OPERATE LOCK mode, the buttons on the main unit and the slide switch are invalid. However, OPERATE ON and MENU operations are still possible. SYSTEM (2/2) menu To set the unit to the OPERATION LOCK mode: Set the OPERATION LOCK item of the SYSTEM (2/2) menu to...

  • Page 30: Loading/ejecting Cassettes

    Loading/ejecting cassettes PREPARATION – – Please use standard DV cassettes or mini DV cassettes. Guide Mini DV cassettes Standard DV cassettes Slide Loading the cassette Check the cassette. SAVE • Set the rear slide. Push it to “REC” for recording or “SAVE” to prevent its contents from being erased accidentally.

  • Page 31: Setting/displaying Date And Time

    Setting/displaying date and time PREPARATION – – This function sets up the date and time data of the built-in clock. With the built-in chargeable battery, the configured date and time data is maintained even after the main power is turned off.

  • Page 32

    Setting/displaying date and time PREPARATION – – (continued) 3. – 3. – PLAY button button EJECT 3. – DISPLAY EJECT button MENU STILL SET button BARS BLANK MODE button MENIU AUDIO PLAY PAUSE MENU SEARCH+ MUTING 3. – DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH.

  • Page 33

    Selecting date/time display The date and time data is displayed on the monitor screen connected to the VIDEO LINE OUT terminal and Y/C OUT terminal. Setup can be performed via the DISPLAY (1/2) menu to turn on/off the date & time display and via the DISPLAY (2/2) menu to determine the display style. ☞...

  • Page 34: Connection And Setting

    RECORDING Connection and setting – – This chapter explains the connection, setting and operation methods required to use this unit as a recorder. This unit cannot be used as an editing system recorder. Connection When connected to a video device equipped with a DV terminal Images can be recorded with almost no deterioration of image quality.

  • Page 35

    Setting NTSC indicator PAL indicator Rear panel OPERATE EJECT MENIU VIDEO A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini LINE CH 2/4 DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PROFESSIONAL REMOTE CH-1/3 DC12V REMOTE SEL. INPUT SEL. STOP NTSC/PAL CH-2/4 SERIAL LINE 9PIN WIRELESS BR-DV3000 9PIN SERIAL NTSC INPUT SEL.

  • Page 36: Setting Time Codes

    Setting time codes RECORDING – – Time code recording This unit has a built-in time code reader/ generator. It records time codes during recording. It does not record the user’s bit. Time codes are recorded according to the recording condition as follows: Time codes are recorded in the REC RUN mode.

  • Page 37

    Display the top MENU. Top MENU – – – M E N U – – – Main unit Remote controller S Y S T E M . . R E MO T E . . Press the EJECT button for at Press the MENU button.

  • Page 38: Recording Method

    Recording method RECORDING – – Main unit Remote controller 2. 4. PLAY button button PAUSE button REC button OPERATE 2. 4. EJECT A.DUB PAUSE PLAY F.REV F.ADV PLAY MENIU button A.DUB PLAY PAUSE Mini DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. STOP PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 PAUSE...

  • Page 39: Audio Dubbing

    Audio dubbing RECORDING – – For tapes recorded in the 32kHz audio mode, audio dubbing can be performed on the CH3 and CH4 channel after the recording. (After-recording) Notes • For tapes recorded in the 48kHz audio mode, audio dubbing cannot be performed. •...

  • Page 40: Backup Recording Function

    Backup recording function RECORDING – – By linking this unit to other DV devices, this unit can perform continuous, long-hour recording. This unit can be set as a backup unit connected to a DV camcorder (GY-DV300/DV500/DV550/ DV5000, etc.). When the recording tape of the source unit ends, this unit can start recording. This enables long-hour recording.

  • Page 41: Recording Using The Serial Remote Terminal

    Recording using the serial remote terminal RECORDING – – Recording can be turned ON/OFF with the serial remote controller or the footswitch connected to the SERIAL REMOTE terminal on the rear panel. SERIAL REMOTE terminal OPERATE EJECT DV IN/OUT MENIU AUDIO VIDEO Mini...

  • Page 42: Connection/setting

    PLAYBACK Connection/setting – – This section explains the required connection, setting and operation method for using this unit as a player. Connection Using this unit as a standalone device Monitor DV IN/OUT AUDIO VIDEO LINE CH 1/3 CH 2/4 REMOTE DC12V NTSC/PAL 9PIN...

  • Page 43: System Menu

    Setting REMOTE SEL. switch on the front panel OPERATE To use the wireless remote controller, set the switch to “WIRELESS”. Memo A.DUB Mini To control the unit with the 9 PIN REMOTE or the SERIAL RE- PAL REC DVCAM NTSC MOTE terminal, set the REMOTE menu item to “ON”.

  • Page 44: Basic Playback Method

    PLAYBACK Basic playback method – – PAUSE button DVCAM indicator PLAY button PLAY button A.DUB PAUSE OPERATE EJECT F.REV F.ADV PLAY MENIU A.DUB PLAY Mini PAUSE STOP button button DVCAM NTSC PAL REC INH. PAUSE PROFESSIONAL CH-1/3 INDEX– INDEX+ button REMOTE SEL.

  • Page 45: Special Playback Function

    PLAYBACK Special playback function – – Frame advance (reverse) playback Use the remote controller. Setting The STL/F. ADV MODE item of the SYSTEM menu DISPLAY Select the amount of frame advance playback and still image. STILL BARS BLANK MODE FIELD : Image is advanced field by field.

  • Page 46: Variable Speed Playback

    PLAYBACK Special playback – – (continued) Variable speed playback Use the remote controller. Set the unit to the search mode. SEARCH +/( ) button button button The main unit button can also be used to set the unit to the search mode.

  • Page 47: Locate Function

    PLAYBACK Locate function – – Index search This function locates and advances/rewinds to the position where the index signal is recorded. Use the remote controller. To locate an index in the forward direction vis-a-vis the A.DUB PAUSE current tape position: F.REV F.ADV PLAY...

  • Page 48: Repeat Playback

    PLAYBACK Repeat playback – – This unit is capable of 3 types of repeat playback. The repeat playback function is set via the REPEAT MODE item of the SYSTEM (1/2) menu. SYSTEM (1/2) menu Setting – – – S Y S T E M [ 1 / 2 ] – – – S T L / F .

  • Page 49: Selecting Playback Audio Output

    PLAYBACK Selecting playback audio output – – The output mode for audio playback can be selected with the remote controller. To turn the audio muting function ON/ OFF or to mute the EE audio, press the AUDIO MUTING button. DISPLAY To resume the audio output, press the button STILL BARS...

  • Page 50: Using The Unit In An Editing System

    EDIT Using the unit in an editing system – – Cut-edit system This unit can be used as a feeder (player) for an editing system that uses a RS-422A-compat- ible editing remote controller (RM-G820). Applicable model Editing remote controller : RM-G820 Recorder : VHS/S-VHS ..

  • Page 51

    • REM STOP SEL: REMOTE (1/2) menu Use this menu item to set the operation mode upon reception of a standby-on signal. – – – R E MO T E [ 1 / 2 ] – – – R E MO T E EE : EE mode (STOP mode) L O C A L F U N C T I O N A L L K E Y S...

  • Page 52

    Using the unit in an editing system EDIT – – (continued) Using the unit in a non-linear system This is a system that captures the content of the source tape on a non-linear editing system and records the non-linear edited contents onto the main unit. Connection •...

  • Page 53: Structure Of The Menu

    MENU SCREEN Structure of the menu – – Hierarchical menus are displayed on the monitor. SYSTEM (1/2) menu SYSTEM (2/2) menu – – – S Y S T E M [ 1 / 2 ] – – – – – – S Y S T E M [ 2 / 2 ] –...

  • Page 54: Setting The Menu

    MENU SCREEN Setting the menu – – The various functions of this unit can be set from the menu. The configured settings are saved in the unit's memory and are maintained even after the power is turned off. 2. – 2.

  • Page 55

    – – PLAY button button EJECT DISPLAY – EJECT STILL SET button BARS BLANK MODE button MENIU MENU AUDIO PLAY PAUSE MUTING MENU SEARCH+ – PAL REC INH. DVCAM NTSC button PAUSE button OUT SEL. CH-1/3 button STOP – CH-2/4 SEARCH–...

  • Page 56: Contents Of The Menus

    Contents of the menus MENU SCREEN – – In the menu descriptions below, settings with marks are factory settings. Top MENU Items Setting Contents SYSTEM Displays the menus related to the operation system of this unit. REMOTE Displays the menus related to the remote controller. AUDIO/VIDEO Displays the menus related to the audio and video.

  • Page 57

    SYSTEM menu The SYSTEM menu consists of the following 2 screens. (1/2 and 2/2 menu) SYSTEM (1/2) menu Items Setting Contents STL/F.ADV FIELD Use this item to select the still image type during the STILL mode MODE or frame advance playback: FIELD : Displays field image.

  • Page 58: Menu Screen

    Contents of the menus MENU SCREEN – – (continued) SYSTEM menu (continued) Items Setting Contents INDEX WRITE Use this setting to enable/disable index signal recording: OFF : No recording of index signal. : Use this setting to record index signals. An index signal is automatically registered at the position where recording starts.

  • Page 59

    REMOTE menu The REMOTE menu consists of 2 menus. (1/2 and 2/2 menu) REMOTE (1/2) menu Items Setting Contents REMOTE Use this menu item to enable/disable the REMOTE SEL. switch on the front panel: OFF : Disables the 9 PIN/SERIAL setting of the REMOTE SEL. switch.

  • Page 60

    Contents of the menus MENU SCREEN – – (continued) REMOTE menu (continued) Items Setting Contents REM STOP SEL Use this menu item to set the action to be performed when a STANDBY ON command is received via the 9 PIN REMOTE ter- minal or DV terminal: EE: Sets the unit to the EE mode.

  • Page 61

    AUDIO/VIDEO menu Items Setting Contents AUDIO MODE Select the audio sampling frequency for recording: : Records at 48kHz. It records in the 2-channel stereo mode. No audio dubbing. : Records at 32kHz. It records in the 4-channel mode. To per- form audio dubbing on CH3 and CH4 later, use this setting.

  • Page 62

    Contents of the menus MENU SCREEN – – (continued) TIME CODE menu Items Setting Contents Presets the time code: For details, please refer to Page 36 "Presetting Time Codes". CLEAR CANCEL Use this menu item to choose whether to clear the time code values: EXECUTE CANCEL : Do not clear.

  • Page 63: Display Menu

    DISPLAY menu The DISPLAY menu consists of 2 menus (1/2 and 2/2 menu) DISPLAY (1/2) menu Items Setting Contents DISPLAY Use this menu item to choose whether to have the characters of the status screen displayed on the monitor connected to VIDEO AUTO LINE OUT or Y/C OUT terminal: : No on-screen display.

  • Page 64

    Contents of the menus MENU SCREEN – – (continued) DISPLAY menu (continued) Items Setting Contents AUDIO INFO. Use this setting to turn on/off the display of audio channel or sam- pling frequency on the monitor: OFF : No display : Display NEXT PAGE Display the DISPLAY (2/2) menu.

  • Page 65: Placing The Unit In An Upright Position

    OTHERS Placing the unit in an upright position – – With the use of the provided stand, the main unit can be placed in an upright position as shown in the following diagram. The left side should be at the bottom. Stand Notes •...

  • Page 66: Warning Display

    If this message is dis- played again, the unit may have been damaged. Please consult your JVC authorized dealer. This is a system error that occurs when the UNPLUG MAIN Unplug the power cord from the power is turned on.

  • Page 67

    This error can be resolved by restarting LOADING FAILURE the unit. However, doing so may dam- age the tape in some cases. Please WARNING 3300 Unable to eject tape. consult your JVC authorized dealer. UNLOADING FAILURE WARNING 4100 Eject error. CASSETTE...

  • Page 68: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting OTHERS – – Symptom Action The power does not come on. Is the AC adapter correctly connected? The cassette cannot be loaded. Is the cassette indicator lit? If so, a cassette is already loaded. Please unload the cassette first. Push the center of the cassette and make sure that the cassette enters levelly.

  • Page 69: Checking The Hour Meter

    Checking the hour meter OTHERS – – This unit displays the drum usage time on the DRUM HOUR METER item of the top MENU. ☞ Please use it as a guide for regular maintenance. ( Page 7) OPERATE EJECT DISPLAY EJECT STILL BARS...

  • Page 70: Specification

    Specification OTHERS – – Audio General Recording format : 16 bit, 48kHz, 2 channels Recording system : DV system (SP mode only) PCM audio/12 bit, 32kHz, Signal system : NTSC/PAL 4-channel PCM audio Cassette : Standard/ mini DV cassette Number of track : 2 (16 bit,4 8kHz) / Tape width : 6.35mm 4 (12 bit, 32kHz)

  • Page 71: Supplement

    Supplement OTHERS – – AC adapter section IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read these instructions. Keep these instructions. Heed all warnings. Follow all instructions. Do not use this apparatus near water. Clean only with dry cloth. Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.

  • Page 72

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