Samsung SV-H35K Instruction Manual: Protecting A Recorded Cassette; Recording A Programme Immediately; Recording A Programme With Automatic Stop

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01823T SV-H625K/AFR-GB2
3/21/03 5:05 PM

Protecting a Recorded Cassette

Video cassettes have a safety tab to prevent accidental erasure.
When this tab has been removed, you cannot record on the tape.
1
Recording a Programme Immediately
GB
Before recording a programme, you must have preset the corres-
ponding station (unless you are recording via an external video
source). If you have not done so, refer to pages 19 and 20.
(SV-H625K/SV-H85K)
(SV-H35K)
CT
IPC
INPUT
VCR
INPUT
4
4
REPEAT
REPEAT
DISPLA
DISP./
RK
PROG
OL
PROG/TRK
4
4
REC
MENU
5
OK
SPEED
DUB
TV/VCR
TIMER
TRK
PROG
6
REC
MENU
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1
If you wish to protect a cassette, break off the tab using a small
screwdriver.
2
To re-record over a protected cassette (safety tab broken), cover
the hole with adhesive tape.
1
Switch on the television.
2
To monitor the programme being recorded, select the television
channel reserved for use with your VCR (or the AV input if used).
3
Insert the cassette on which the programme is to be recorded,
with the window visible and the safety tab intact or the opening
covered with adhesive tape.
Result:
The VCR is switched on automatically.
4
Select:
The station to be recorded using the PROG/TRK (œ or ❷) /
PROG (œ or ❷) buttons
or
The LINE IN 1 or LINE IN 2 source using the INPUT button
for a satellite tuner or external video source
Result:
The station number is displayed and the programme
can be seen on the television.
With SV-H625K/SV-H85K, you can select the recording speed
(SP/LP). Press the SPEED button.
5
Hold REC down for a while to start recording.
Result:
The record indicator appears on the television and VCR
display. An index is recorded on the tape (see page 33).
6
To stop recording, press
once.
If the cassette is ejected when you start recording,
check that the safety tab is intact or the opening is
covered with adhesive tape.
If you reach the end of the tape while recording, the
cassette rewinds automatically.
Recording a Programme with Automatic Stop
This function enables you to record up to nine hours of
programmes. (LP)
Your VCR stops automatically after the requested length of time.
1
Switch on the television.
2
To monitor the programme being recorded, select the television
channel reserved for use with your VCR (or the AV input if used)
3
Insert the cassette on which the programme is to be recorded,
with the window visible and the safety tab intact or the opening
covered with adhesive tape.
Result:
The VCR is switched on automatically.
4
Select:
The station to be recorded using the PROG/TRK (œ or ❷) /
PROG (œ or ❷) buttons
or
The LINE IN 1 or LINE IN 2 source using the INPUT button
for a satellite tuner or external video source
Result:
The channel number is displayed and the programme
can be seen on the television.
With SV-H625K/SV-H85K, you can select the recording speed
(SP/LP). Press the SPEED button.
5
Hold the REC button down for a while to start recording.
Result:
The record indicator appears on the television screen
and VCR display. An index is recorded on the tape
(see page 33).
6
Press the REC button several times to increase the recording time
in:
30-minute intervals up to four hours
1-hour intervals up to nine hours (LP)
Result:
The length is displayed on the television displays. The
selected programme is recorded for the length of time
requested. At the end of that time, the VCR stops
recording automatically.
7
If you wish to cancel the recording before the end, press
VCR STANDBY/ON (STANDBY/ON).
If the end of the tape is reached while recording:
The recording stops
The VCR automatically turns off
3
(SV-H625K/SV-H85K)
(SV-H35K)
CT
IPC
INPUT
VCR
INPUT
4
4
REPEAT
REPEAT
DISPLA
DISP./
GB
RK
PROG
OL
PROG/TRK
4
4
REC
MENU
5
OK
SPEED
DUB
TV/VCR
TIMER
LENGTH 2:30
SET LENGTH :
PRESS
REC
25

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