Using the Tape Counter
The tape counter:
Indicates the elapsed time in the play and
record modes (hours, minutes and seconds)
Is reset when a cassette is inserted in the VCR
Allows you to find the beginning of a sequence
If the remaining time is to be calculated
correctly, you must indicate the type of cassette
Insert a cassette in your VCR.
To set the tape counter to zero at the beginning of
or DISPLAY twice to display
Press CLR/RST when you want to set the tape
counter to zero
When you are ready,
Start playback or Recording.
To fast-forward or rewind to the sequence at
which the counter was set to zero, press
➛ ➛ or ❿ ❿.
Some VCR information, such as the counter, can be
displayed on the television screen (unless you have
deactivated the OSD mode; refer to page 10).
Once to display the current function,
programme number, recording speed, date,
time and counter
Twice to display the counter only
Three times to display the time remaining
on the cassette
Four times to clear the display
Connecting an RCA Audio/Video
You can connect other audio/video equipment to your
VCR using audio/video cables if the appropriate outputs
are available on the equipment chosen.
You wish to copy a video cassette with
the help of a second VCR (see page 26).
You wish to play back and/or copy
pictures taken with a camcorder (see
Regardless of the type of connection
chosen, you must always connect the
coaxial cable supplied. Otherwise, no
picture will be visible on the screen when
the VCR is switched off.
Make sure that both the television and
the VCR are switched off before
connecting the cables.
Connect one end of the RCA audio/video cable into
the VIDEO INPUT socket on the front of the VCR.
L AUDIO R
Plug the other end of the audio/video cable into the
appropriate output connector on the other system
(VCR or camcorder).
LINE IN 2
LINE IN 2