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Time Search; Recording From Dvd To Vcr; Copying A Video Tape; Status Display - Sharp DV-NC100H Operation Manual

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VCR OPERATION

Time Search

If a tape includes both programmes recorded in the PAL sys-
tem and ones recorded in the NTSC system, this function
may not be operated correctly.
1
Press VCR, then SEARCH MODE twice.
2
Press K or L repeatedly until the desired time appears.
3
Press s or B.
The VCR/DVD begins rewinding or fast forwarding to the
specified point.
When 0:00 is reached, the VCR/DVD will start playback auto-
matically.
NOTES:
• Time Search can be set up to 9 hours 59 minutes (9:59).
• This function will not operate in the Recording mode.
• Operations must be followed up within 30 seconds,
from steps
2
to
3
will be cancelled.
• To exit the Time Search mode, press MENU in step
. Or press STOP after step

Recording from DVD to VCR

1
To activate DVD function, press DVD.
2
Insert a non-copyright-protection DVD, then press PAUSE
at the point where you want to start recording.
3
Press VCR, then insert a tape with its erase-prevention
tab in place. Make sure the VCR function is in Stop mode
after you find your recording point.
4
Press TAPE SPEED to choose your recording speed. SP
or LP appears on the front panel display.
5
Press 0, 0, 4, with the numerical buttons, then "disc"
briefly appears on the front panel display.
6
Press REC/OTR.
• The recording of the DVD's paused image selected at
2
step
starts.
7
Press DVD, then press PLAY.
• The recording of the DVD's moving image starts.
8
To stop recording, press VCR, then STOP.

Copying a Video Tape

You can make copies of videotapes made by friends or rela-
tives for your own enjoyment.
WARNING: Unauthorized recordings of copyrighted
video tapes may be an infringement of copyright laws.
Connect the recording VCR/DVD (this unit), playing VCR
(another VCR) and your TV as outline in the following diagram.
[Source (Playing) VCR <Monaural>]
(another VCR)
to 21-Pin
scart terminal
DVD
DIGITAL
ANALOG
S-VIDEO
AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
OUT
L
DVD/VCR
R
[Editing (Recording) VCR/DVD]
1
Insert a pre-recorded tape into the playing VCR.
2
Insert a tape with its erase prevention tab in place into
the cassette compartment of the recording VCR/DVD.
. Otherwise the Time Search mode
3
.
[TV set]
(Use for monitoring)
to aerial jack
AERI AL
VCR
AV2 (DECODER)
R F O U T
AV1 (TV)
to RF OUT
(this unit)
3
Press TAPE SPEED to select the desired recording
speed (SP/LP).
4
Select "AV2" or "AV3" position on the recording
VCR/DVD.
5
Press REC/OTR on the recording VCR/DVD.
6
Begin playback of the tape in the playback VCR.
7
To stop recording, press STOP/EJECT on the recording
VCR/DVD, then stop playback of the tape in the playing VCR.
NOTES:
• For best results during dubbing, use the VCR/DVD's
front panel controls whenever possible. The remote
control might affect the playback VCR's operation.
• If video or colour fades in and out, you may be copying
a copy guarded video tape.
• Unauthorised recording of copyrighted materials may
infringe on the rights of copyright owners, violate copy-
right laws and may not record clearly.
2
To monitor the recording
Turn on the TV and select the video channel on the TV.

Status Display

• To check the Counter, or Clock & Channel number,
press DISPLAY. Each time you press DISPLAY, TV screen
will change as illustrated:
When you select the channel using the remote control the
numerical buttons, select the desired channel (position
number).
<OFF mode>
NOTE: If the display shows an abnormal reading or no reading,
press RESET button on the bottom of the VCR/DVD.

Video Cassette Tape

This VCR/DVD will operate with any cassette that bears the
VHS mark. For best results, we recommend the use of high-
quality tapes. Do not use poor quality or damaged tapes.
• You can prevent accidental erasing of
a recording by breaking off the erase-
prevention tab on the back edge of the
cassette.
• If you decide to record on the tape
again, cover the hole with plastic tape.
Before recording, select the tape speed : SP mode (Standard
Round
Play) or LP mode (Long Play).
coaxial cable
(supplied)
The table below shows the maximum recording/playback
time using E-60, E-120, E-180 or E-240 tapes in each mode.
T
YPE OF TAPE
T
APE
E-60
E-120
E-180
E-240
– 18 –
<COUNTER mode>
SP
Press once.
Press once.
0:12:34
Press once.

Two Different Tape Speeds

R
/P
ECORDING
LAYBACK
S
SP M
PEED
ODE
1
HOUR
2
HOURS
3
HOURS
4
HOURS
<CLOCK and CHANNEL
NUMBER mode>
17:40
SP
P02
Tab
T
IME
LP M
ODE
2
HOURS
4
HOURS
6
HOURS
8
HOURS
EN

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