JVC LET0239-001A Instructions Manual

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HDD RECORDER/DVD PLAYER
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TV tuner is built in this product.
V I D E O
INSTRUCTIONS
TOP MENU / HDD NAVI
PROGRESSIVE
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CHANNEL
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MENU / HDD PROG.
Parts Identification
Remote Control Settings
Installing the Unit
Initial Settings
Watching TV
HDD Recording/Playback
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Editing HDD Navigation
Timer Recording
Basic DVD Operations
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Advanced DVD Operations
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MP3/JPEG Operations
Changing the Initial Settings
External Component Operations
Additional Information
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  • Page 1 Installing the Unit Initial Settings Watching TV HDD Recording/Playback Editing HDD Navigation Timer Recording Basic DVD Operations Advanced DVD Operations TOP MENU / HDD NAVI ENTER MENU / HDD PROG. MP3/JPEG Operations Changing the Initial Settings External Component Operations Additional Information LET0239-001A...
  • Page 2 DVD Video, SVCD, Video CD, Audio CD, MP3 and JPEG discs. Recording of copyrighted material may infringe copyright laws. • You cannot record from the built-in DVD player onto the HDD. ATTENTIONS: • Using a cellular phone nearby the unit may cause picture disturbance on the TV.
  • Page 3: Moisture Condensation

    Failure to heed the following precautions may result in damage to the discs, the built-in hard disc drive (HDD), and the remote control. 1. DO NOT place the equipment... • in an environment prone to extreme temperatures or humidity. (Select a place which is level, dry and neither too hot nor too cold between 5˚C and 35˚C.) •...
  • Page 4 Precautions on the built-in DVD player Playable disc types Discs with the following marks can be played back on the unit. DVD Video SVCD Video CD (VCD) V I D E O The DVD Logo is a trademark. The unit can also play back the following discs: •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS PARTS IDENTIFICATION Front view ... 6 Rear view ... 7 Display window ... 7 Remote control ... 8 REMOTE CONTROL SETTINGS Using the remote control... 9 INSTALLING THE UNIT Basic connections ... 11 INITIAL SETTINGS Easy & simple setup... 13 •...
  • Page 6: Parts Identification

    Front view Refer to the page indicated in parenthesis. STANDBY/ON button ¶ (record) button and lamp (22 – 24) 3 Illumination lamp •Lights when the unit is turned on. •Flashes after plugging in the unit (no operations are accepted during this period). 4 Disc loading slot 5 VIDEO lamp (86) 6 0 (eject) button (48)
  • Page 7: Rear View

    • While watching the currently broadcast TV programme, or • While the DVD player is selected for the playback source, but is not playing (or with no disc loaded). Press 8 while holding 5 or ∞ (cursor buttons) on the remote control.
  • Page 8: Remote Control

    Remote control ENTER PARTS IDENTIFICATION (cont.) 1 DVD/TV/HDD operation mode selector 2 EJECT button (48) 3 VPS/PDC button (41, 43) • This button only works as the PDC (Program Delivery Control) button, but cannot work as the VPS (Video Programme System) button. 4 CANCEL button (53) 5 AUX button (21, 23) 6 AUDIO button (22, 56)
  • Page 9: Remote Control Settings

    • Once you have set the remote control to operate your equipment, you do not have to repeat this step until you replace the batteries from the remote control. • You can also change the remote control code for operating JVC video products. See page 82 for details.
  • Page 10 HDD/TV PR +/–: Changes the programme position numbers. IMPORTANT Although the supplied remote control is compatible with JVC products, as well as many other models, it may not work with your equipment, or in some instances, may have limited function capability. REMOTE CONTROL SETTINGS (cont.)
  • Page 11: Installing The Unit

    ANTENNA COMPU LINK • This selector only works for the output signals through the built-in DVD player. For setting the HDD output/input signals, see “Changing the HDD/TV tuner settings” on pages 66 and 68. • This selector setting is valid for both the L-1 IN/OUT and L-2 IN connectors on the rear.
  • Page 12 Connecting a TV with the audio/video jacks TV aerial cable (not supplied) TV or monitor S-video input Aerial conncetor RF cable (supplied) Audio/video input Audio/video cable (supplied) S-Video cable (not supplied) DVD/HDD VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO SIGNAL DVD DIGITAL OUT SELECTOR VIDEO LEFT PCM / STREAM...
  • Page 13: Initial Settings

    INITIAL SETTINGS Easy & simple setup Presetting the built-in TV tuner automatically—Auto Setup Before starting, make sure of the following: • The TV aerial cable is connected firmly to the unit. • The AC power cord is plugged in. • An appropriate input (AV) mode is selected on the First time you turn on the power, the unit automatically shows the Auto Setup screen.
  • Page 14: Downloading The Preset Information From Your Tv-Tv-Linked Setup

    Downloading the preset information from your TV—TV-linked Setup If you have connected the unit to a TV offering T-V Link, etc.* (see page 11), perform TV-linked Setup instead of Auto Setup. • After downloading TV station information from the TV, the unit sets the clock time and Guide Program numbers automatically.
  • Page 15 You can easily start recording the programme that you are watching on your TV (not through the TV tuner built in this unit). To use this function, set “DIRECT REC” to “ON” (see page 67). If you have any difficulty with the above procedures, call the JVC Customer Service Hot Line on 0870 330 5000 ®...
  • Page 16: Selecting The Playback Source

    When the Timer Programming or HDD Setup menu screen (see pages 40, 42, and 66) is shown on the TV, you cannot change the playback source from the HDD deck to the DVD player. About the opening screen The opening screen appears on the TV when you turn on the unit.
  • Page 17: Setting The Satellite Controller

    Setting the satellite controller Remote sensor Satellite controller (Supplied) Suggested location of the satellite controller Satellite receiver 21-pin SCART cable (not supplied) DVD/HDD VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO SIGNAL SELECTOR DVD DIGITAL OUT VIDEO LEFT PCM / STREAM COAXIAL OPTICAL COMP. Y / C / RGB S-VIDEO RIGHT...
  • Page 18 Setting satellite receiver’s brand and programme positions After installation, set the satellite receiver’s brand correctly; otherwise, the satellite controller cannot work correctly. Turn on the satellite receiver. Show the Main Setup screen on the unit. Press SET UP. • The HDD SET UP screen appears. NOTE If the built-in clock has not been set, the INTIAL SET UP screen appears.
  • Page 19 Check what happened on the satellite receiver. If the satellite receiver’s programme position number has changed to the same one as you set in step 6... or ∞ to move Press “CHANGED TO...,” then press ENTER or to finish the setting. [SET UP] If the satellite receiver’s programme position number has not changed correctly...
  • Page 20: Dvd Initial Setup

    • If you do not connect the unit to such a device, you do not have to set this item. To bring up the DVD PLAYER SET UP screen later Press SET UP. • This allows you to perform more detailed settings (see pages 75 to 81).
  • Page 21: Watching Tv

    WATCHING TV Watching TV Programmes You can watch TV programmes using the TV tuner built in the unit. One of the advantages of this behaviour so called “Live Memory.“ What is Live Memory Live Memory always records temporarily the programme (including programmes coming through the externally connected equipment) you are currently watching—Live Memory.
  • Page 22: Receiving Stereo And Bilingual Programmes

    To go back to and watch from a particular scene again—Live Memory: Playback (Replay) 1. Press 1 (see page 26) or 4 (see page 27) to search for the previous scene of the current programme you are watching. 2. Press 3 3 3 3 (SELECT) to start replay. To stop playback, press 7 (CLEAR) or LIVE.
  • Page 23: Hdd Recording/Playback

    20 seconds until the broadcast picture appears on the TV. During this period, no operations are permitted. • You cannot record from the built-in DVD player onto the HDD. Turn on the power. On the remote control...
  • Page 24: Instant Timer Recording (Itr)

    To stop recording Press (CLEAR) once so that the confirmation message appears on the TV. Then press (CLEAR) again. • The lamp next to the ¶ (record) button goes off. NOTES • In the middle of a recording, you can start playing back the same programme (just currently being recorded) from the beginning or pause the picture shown on the TV at a particular scene.
  • Page 25: Basic Playback

    Basic playback • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input (AV) mode. • If the unit is turned on with the HDD deck selected, it takes about 20 seconds until the broadcast picture appears on the TV. During this period, no operations are permitted.
  • Page 26: Special Effect Playback

    Special effect playback While playing back a recorded programme, you can use the following special effect playback. • When using the buttons on the unit, make sure that the HDD lamp on the unit is lit. If not, press DVD/ HDD so that the HDD lamp lights.
  • Page 27 Skipping forward or backward at certain time intervals—Jump Search You can locate a scene ahead or behind the current one by jumping to a selected time interval (see page 67). • This feature is also available during recording. While playing (or recording), press ¢ (cursor 3) or 4 (or cursor 2).
  • Page 28 Confirming various information on the TV With “O.S.D.” set to “ON” (see page 67), various operational information automatically appears on the TV for a while when you operate the HDD deck. When watching (or recording) a TV programme through this unit 1 1 : 0 0 1 2 : 0 0 1 : 0 0...
  • Page 29: Playing With Hdd Navigation

    Playing with HDD Navigation Each time a recording is made, the information (for example, thumbnail picture—index) about the recording is also memorized in the HDD. You can confirm the information about the recordings memorized in the HDD using HDD Navigation. Moreover, you can select and start playing one of the recordings stored in the HDD.
  • Page 30: Selecting Programmes On The Navigation Screen

    Selecting programmes on the NAVIGATION screen This HDD can store up to 100 recordings. You can show the beginnings of these recorded programmes on the HDD Navigation screen, and select one to play or select some to play in your intended order. •...
  • Page 31 Playing back two or more programmes in your desired order You can select up to eight programmes for continuously. This is convenient when you want to watch a series of dramas. • When using the buttons on the unit, make sure that the HDD lamp on the unit is lit.
  • Page 32 Searching for a programme in your favourite category—CATEGORY You can easily search for a programme or a play list if it is grouped into a particular category. There are two types of categories: “Genre” and “Family.” as sub-categories, “Genre” includes 16 groups while “Family”...
  • Page 33 Searching for a programme by its title—TITLE You can easily search for a programme or a play list if it has its own title. • To assign a title to a programme or a play list, see pages 36 and 39. You can also assign a title while setting the recording timers (see pages 41 and 43).
  • Page 34: Editing Hdd Navigation

    Editing HDD Navigation In the previous section you have learned how to search for the beginning of each recorded programme or of each play list using HDD Navigation. In this section you will learn how to edit the programme and how to make a play list. You can edit HDD Navigation using the following screen.
  • Page 35 Enter the REC LIST/MODIFY screen. Make sure that pointing at “MODIFY” under “REC LIST.” Press ENTER. • The REC LIST/MODIFY screen appears. Select a programme. / 2 2 2 2 / 3 3 3 3 ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ 5 5 5 5 Press to move to a thumbnail you want,...
  • Page 36 To change (or newly assign) the title Show the main modification screen. Press EDIT. Press ENTER after making sure that “MODIFY” under “REC LIST.” Press 3 / 2 / ∞ / 5 to move want, then press ENTER. Enter the title entry screen. Press 3 / 2 / ∞...
  • Page 37: Making Play Lists

    To divide a programme Show the EDIT screen. Press EDIT. Enter the REC LIST/DIVIDE screen. or 2 to move Press “DIVIDE” under “REC LIST,” then press ENTER. • The REC LIST/DIVIDE screen appears. Divide a programme. Press 3 / 2 / ∞ / 5 to move want to divide, then press ENTER.
  • Page 38 To create a play list Show the EDIT screen. Press EDIT. Enter the PLAY LIST/CREATE screen. / 2 2 2 2 / 3 3 3 3 ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ 5 5 5 5 Press to move to “CREATE” under “PLAY LIST,”...
  • Page 39 Finish making (or modifying) a play list / 2 2 2 2 / 3 3 3 3 ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ 5 5 5 5 Press to move to “OK,” then press ENTER. • The play list screen disappears, and the confirmation screen appears.
  • Page 40: Timer Recording

    This unit allows you to preset up to 16 recording timer settings using either one of the following: • VIDEO P Timer programming ® • Express Timer programming VIDEO P Timer ® programming ® With the VIDEO P system, timer programming is greatly simplified because each TV programme has a respective code number which this unit is able to recognize.
  • Page 41 Check the contents of the new timer programming. To erase this setting, press HDD PROGRAMME. IMPORTANT Make sure the programme position number you wish to record is displayed; if not, set the Guide Program number correctly (see page 69). Select the recording speed. ∞...
  • Page 42: Express Timer Programming

    Express Timer programming If you do not know the P programme you want to record, use the following procedure to set the timer programmings. • Make sure that the clock built in this unit is set properly. • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input (AV) mode.
  • Page 43 Set the Weekly/Daily Timer. ∞ Press to move to “WEEKLY/DAILY,” then press ENTER. ∞ Press to select the desire mode, then press ENTER. NOTE For details on each mode, see page 44. Set the PDC mode. ∞ Press to move to “VPS/PDC,”...
  • Page 44 Weekly/Daily Timer You can select the following modes for Weekly/Daily Timer—ONCE, WEEKLY (OVERWRITE) or (a) certain day(s). • ONCE (Once Timer recording) Select to perform the timer recording only once with this setting. • WEEKLY (OVERWRITE) (Weekly Timer recording/ Weekly overwrite) Select to record a weekly programme.
  • Page 45: Modifying Timer Programmings

    Modifying timer programmings You can confirm, erase, or modify the preset timer programmings easily. • Make sure that the clock built in this unit is set properly. • Turn on the TV and select an appropriate input (AV) mode. • When using the buttons on the unit, make sure that the HDD lamp on the unit is lit.
  • Page 46: Automatic Satellite Recording

    Automatic Satellite Recording This function allows you to automatically record a satellite programme using the timer equipped for the satellite receiver connected to the L-2 IN connector on the rear. When the signals come into the unit from the satellite receiver, the unit automatically turns on and starts recording.
  • Page 47: Basic Dvd Operations

    • If you insert a disc with the unit turned off, the unit comes on with the DVD player selected for the playback source. • If the unit has been turned on with the HDD deck selected, press DVD/HDD so that the DVD lamp lights.
  • Page 48 About PBC (Playback Control) Some SVCDs/VCDs are equipped with PBC. PBC allows you to enjoy menu-driven operations and high-resolution still pictures which have a resolution four times greater than moving pictures. • To play an SVCD/VCD without activating PBC, press 7 (CLEAR) to stop playback, then press the number button(s).
  • Page 49: Resuming Playback

    Resuming playback The unit can memorize the position on a disc where you have stopped playback, and resume playback from that position later. You can select either “ON” or “DISC RESUME” for resume function. • You can select your desired option using the menu (see page 79).
  • Page 50: Locating The Beginning Of A Scene Or Song

    Advancing a still picture frame by frame—Frame- by-Frame Playback 1. Press 8 during play. Still picture appears. 2. Press ¡ repeatedly. • Each time you press the button, the still picture advances to the next frame. To return to the normal playback, press 3 (SELECT). NOTE You cannot reverse a still picture frame by frame (if you press Playing back in slow motion—Slow Motion...
  • Page 51: Advanced Dvd Operations

    ADVANCED DVD OPERATIONS Playing from a specific point ENTER TOP MENU ENTER RETURN PREVIOUS • When using the buttons on the unit, make sure that the DVD lamp on the unit is lit. If not, press DVD/ HDD so that the DVD lamp lights. •...
  • Page 52: Specifying A Desired Title

    Specifying a desired title During playback, press GROUP/TITLE. The number below the TITLE indicator changes “– –.” Press the number button(s) to specify a title to play. The unit starts playback from the specified title. • Examples:To select 5: press 5. To select 23: press 2, then 3.
  • Page 53: Changing The Playback Order

    Changing the playback order CANCEL ENTER CLEAR Playing in a specific order—Program Play By programming tracks, you can play up to 99 tracks in any order. You may program the same track more than once. Before starting playback, press ON SCREEN twice. The menu bar appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 54: Playing At Random-Random Play

    Playing at random—Random Play Before starting playback, press ON SCREEN twice. The menu bar appears on the TV. or 2 to move Press RND. Screen example for Audio CD PROG. RND. The RANDOM indicator lights in the display window, and the unit starts Random Play. •...
  • Page 55: Changing The Language, Sound And Scene Angle

    To repeat a desired part (A-B repeat playback) For DVD Video/CD: During playback For SVCD/VCD: During playback without PBC Press ON SCREEN twice. The menu bar appears on the TV screen. or 2 to move Press ENTER. The pull-down menu for repeat mode selection appears.
  • Page 56: Selecting The Subtitle Language

    Selecting the subtitle language Some DVD Video and SVCD discs contain more than one subtitle language. You can choose a desired one from them. • At the beginning of the part if the subtitles are recorded, will appear on the TV (except when the “ON SCREEN GUIDE”...
  • Page 57: Using Sound Effects And Special Picture Playback

    Using sound effects and special picture playback ENTER Simulating surround sound (3D PHONIC) Using the 3D PHONIC function, you can get a simulated surround effect from your stereo system. During playback, press 3D PHONIC. The 3D PHONIC window appears on the TV. or 2 to select the desired mode.
  • Page 58: Adjusting The Picture

    Adjusting the picture Video Fine Processor (VFP) allows you to adjust the picture according to the type of software, picture tone or personal preferences. Set the video type most suitable to the current software or the room conditions. During playback, press VFP. The VFP mode selection window appears on the TV screen.
  • Page 59: Menu Bar Operations

    Menu bar operations ENTER Precaution on the menu operation If you show the menu bar while operating the disc menu, you may not be able to operate the disc menu correctly. If this happens, clear the menu bar. Show the status bar. Press ON SCREEN.
  • Page 60 Menu bar functions for DVD Video Time information During playback, selects the time information shown in the display window and in the status bar. Press ENTER to select the time information from the following. • TIME: Current chapter elapsed time •...
  • Page 61: Mp3/Jpeg Operations

    MP3/JPEG OPERATIONS Playing an MP3 disc The unit can play back MP3 files on a personally recorded CD-R/RW disc or commercially available disc. A disc that contains MP3 files is referred to as an “MP3 disc” in this manual. Notice that if a disc contains both of MP3 and JPEG files, you can only play back files of the type selected by the “MP3/JPEG”...
  • Page 62 You can specify the desired group/file from the MP3 CONTROL screen using the following procedure. 4 / ¢ ENTER CLEAR SELECT • When using the buttons on the unit, make sure that the DVD lamp on the unit is lit. If not, press DVD/ HDD so that the DVD lamp lights.
  • Page 63: Playing A Jpeg Disc

    To repeat an MP3 file(s) Press ON SCREEN once. The pull-down menu for Repeat Play appears. Press ∞ or 5 to select an option you want, then press ENTER. • TRACK: Current file repeat • GROUP:Current group repeat • ALL: All file repeat •...
  • Page 64 Basic operations Use the following buttons to operate a JPEG disc. 3 (SELECT): Starts slide show while stopped or paused. 7 (CLEAR) or MENU: Stops slide show. 8 or ENTER: Keep showing the same picture. 4/¢: Skips back or forward a file during slide show.
  • Page 65 To select (highlight) a “Group” column or “Track” column on the screen, press 3 or 2. To select a group, press cursor ∞ or 5 to move the cursor (highlighted bar) to a group you want when the cursor is in the “Group”...
  • Page 66: Changing The Initial Settings

    Changing the HDD/TV tuner settings Without changing the HDD settings (which includes the built-in TV tuner setting), you can use the HDD deck. However, it is recommended to change them as you prefer so that the operation of this unit become easier and convenient.
  • Page 67 HDD SET UP You can change the temporary memory time length for Live Memory (see page 21). LIVE MEMORY Setting options OFF, 30 MIN, 1 HR, and 3 HR When this function is set to “NICAM,” the NICAM audio programmes will be received (or recorded).
  • Page 68 INPUT/OUTPUT Set this correctly according to the external component connected to the L-1 IN/OUT connector. This setting affects only the output through the HDD and the build-in TV tuner. • VIDEO: Select when the external component accepts composite video signals. L-1 OUTPUT •...
  • Page 69 Setting the clock time If you have performed Auto Setup (see page 13) or TV- Linked Setup (see page 14), the clock is set automatically. Set the clock manually in the following cases. • When the clock time has not been set correctly by Auto Setup, TV-Linked Setup, or Auto Channel Set.
  • Page 70 Press the number button “0” to select “TV PROG” or “SAT.” • In this example, select “TV PROG.” • Select “SAT” to enter a programme position number of the satellite receiver. Press ∞ or 5 to enter the programme position number for the station of the selected Guide Program number, then...
  • Page 71 To set the built-in TV tuner manually—Manual Channel Setup You can store the station which cannot be stored using Auto Setup (see page 13), TV-Linked Setup (see page 14) or Auto Channel Setup (see page 70). Press SET UP. Press 3 or 2 to move to “INITIAL SET UP,”...
  • Page 72 To change the programme position number assigned to a station Show the confirmation screen for Manual Channel Setup. Press SET UP. Press 3 or 2 to move to “INITIAL SET UP,” then press ∞. Press 3 or 2 to move to “TUNER SET,”...
  • Page 73 Press ENTER. The confirmation screen appears Repeat steps 2 to 6 to change other station names. Press SET UP three times to finish the setting. To assign your own station names Show the confirmation screen for Manual Channel Setup. Press SET UP. Press 3 or 2 to move to “INITIAL SET UP,”...
  • Page 74 Station Name SAT 1 SAT1 Scottish TV SCOT SDR1 SDR1 SFB1 SFB1 SFB3 SFB3 Sky One SKY1 Sky Net SKYN Sport SPRT SR 1 Super RTL SRTL STV Test STVT STV 1 STV1 STV 2 STV2 Suedwest3 SWF 1 SWF1 Schweiz4 SWZ4 TYNE TEES...
  • Page 75: Changing The Dvd Settings

    Changing the DVD settings Without changing the DVD settings, you can use the DVD player. However, it is recommended to change them as you prefer so that the operation of this unit become easier and convenient. The unit provides the four main setting items—...
  • Page 76 Select an option for the setting. or 5 to select “JPEG” (in this, example), then ∞ Press press ENTER. LANGUAGE You cannot select and change the language settings during playback. You can select the default menu language to be displayed if it is contained in a DVD Video disc.
  • Page 77 PICTURE You can select the monitor type to match your TV when you play back a DVD Video recorded for wide-screen televisions. • 16:9 NORMAL (Wide television screen): Select when you connect the unit to a wide-screen (16:9) TV whose aspect ratio is fixed to 16:9 (the unit automatically adjusts the screen width of the output signal correctly when playing back 4:3 software).
  • Page 78 AUDIO Set this correctly according to the external component connected to the DIGITAL OUT connectors on the rear. • See “Digital output signal chart” on page 92 for details about the relation between the DIGITAL AUDIO setting and output signals. OUTPUT •...
  • Page 79 OTHERS You can select the resume playback mode. RESUME Setting options See page 49 for details about the resume playback function. • ON • OFF • DISC RESUME The unit can display “on-screen guide” icons. ON SCREEN GUIDE Setting options See page 48.
  • Page 80: Limiting Playback By Children

    Limiting playback by children This function restricts playback of DVD Video discs which contain violent (and other) scenes according to the level set by the user. For example, if a movie which includes violent scenes supports the parental lock feature, such scenes which you do not want to let children view can be cut or replaced with other scenes (this depends on how the disc is programmed).
  • Page 81 To change the settings You can change the parental lock settings later. Press SET UP. Press 3 or 2 to move to “OTHERS.” Press ∞ or 5 to move to “PARENTAL LOCK,” then press ENTER. The PARENTAL LOCK screen appears. While is pointing to “PASSWORD,”...
  • Page 82: External Component Operations

    To avoid this interference, you can change the remote control code both for the remote control and the unit. • JVC supports four types of signal codes—A, B, C, and D. This unit and the remote control are initially set to C code.
  • Page 83: Instructions

    Editing from a camcorder Connection using the VIDEO connector VIDEO input AUDIO input Video output Audio output Camcorder Connection using the S-VIDEO connector S-VIDEO Input AUDIO input S-video output Audio output Camcorder Precaution before editing onto the HDD The picture shown on the TV is a few seconds behind the scene currently recorded onto the HDD.
  • Page 84: Editing To Or From A Vcr

    Editing to or from a VCR Connection only with the SCART cables DVD/HDD VIDEO AUDIO DVD DIGITAL OUT VIDEO LEFT PCM / STREAM COAXIAL OPTICAL S-VIDEO RIGHT 21-pin SCART cables (not supplied) When the VCR is not compatible with S-Video signal, but the TV is compatible: DVD/HDD VIDEO...
  • Page 85 Connection to the L-2 IN connector with the SCART cables XV-DDV1SL DVD/HDD IN/OUT VIDEO AUDIO VIDEO SIGNAL DVD DIGITAL OUT SELECTOR VIDEO LEFT SAT CONTROL PCM / STREAM COAXIAL OPTICAL COMP. Y / C / RGB ANTENNA COMPU LINK S-VIDEO RIGHT 21-pin SCART cables (not supplied)
  • Page 86: Connecting To A Satellite Receiver

    Connecting to a satellite receiver Simple Connections This is an example of simple connection if your TV has a 21-pin AV input (SCART) connector. Connect the satellite receiver to the L-2 IN connector, then connect the TV to the L-1 IN/OUT connector. Outdoor unit Satellite cable Satellite receiver...
  • Page 87: Connecting To A Stereo System

    Connecting to a Stereo System FM tuner CD player Stereo amplifier Speaker Television XV-DDV1SL DVD DIGITAL OUT Mains outlet For DVD/HDD playback: • When using an audio cable (not supplied): Connect the AUDIO OUT LEFT and RIGHT connectors on the rear to the audio input connectors, such as AUX IN or LINE IN, on your amplifier.
  • Page 88: Additional Information

    DVD operations General: You cannot change the playback source from the HDD deck to the DVD player. ] The timer programming or HDD Setup menu screen is shown on the TV. Clear the screen. “REGION CODE ERROR!” is shown on the TV.
  • Page 89: On-Screen Messages

    Picture: The picture is not displayed properly. ] Set the DVD VIDEO SIGNAL SELECTOR to the appropriate position (see page 12). Picture is noisy. ] A VCR is connected in between the unit and the TV. Connect the unit so that the picture signal flows directly to the TV.
  • Page 90 MESSAGE DO YOU WANT TO DELETE SELECTED INDEX PICTURE? GUIDE PROGRAM IS NOT SET SET GUIDE PROGRAM THEN RETRY PROGRAMME COMPLETED CHECK PROGRAMME LIST TO CONFIRM NO PROGRAMME TO PLAYBACK PLUSCODE NO. ERROR CONFIRM PLUSCODE NO. THEN RETRY PLEASE ADJUST CLOCK BEFORE TIMER PROGRAMMING PROGRAMME FULL DELETE UNWANTED TIMER PROGRAMME...
  • Page 91: Country/Area Code List For Parental Lock

    Country/Area code list for Parental Lock FM Micronesia (Federated AD Andorra AE United Arab Emirates FO Faroe Islands AF Afghanistan FR France AG Antigua and Barbuda FX France, Metropolitan AI Anguilla GA Gabon AL Albania GB United Kingdom AM Armenia GD Grenada AN Netherlands Antilles GE Georgia...
  • Page 92: Table Of Languages And Their Abbreviations

    Table of languages and their abbreviations Afar Persian Abkhazian Finnish Afrikaans Fiji Ameharic Faroese Arabic Frisian Assamese Irish Aymara Scots Gaelic Azerbaijani Galician Bashkir Guarani Byelorussian Gujarati Bulgarian Hausa Bihari Hindi Bislama Croatian Bengali, Bangla Hungarian Tibetan Armenian Breton Interlingua Catalan Interlingue Corsican...
  • Page 93: Glossary

    Glossary Aspect ratio A ratio which defines the shape of the rectangular picture on a TV. It is the width of the picture relative to the height. A conventional TV picture is 4:3 in aspect ratio. Bitstream The digital format of multichannel audio data (e.g., 5.1- channel) before it is decoded into its various channels.
  • Page 94: Specifications

    MPEG1 Layer2 Maximum recording time (approx.) (SP): 20 hours (LP): 28 hours (EP): 56 hours (SEP): 80 hours DVD player—Audio Total harmonic distortion:Less than 0.006% Dynamic range: 16 bits: 98 dB 20 bits: 100 dB 24 bits: 100 dB Frequency range CD (fs=44.1 kHz):...
  • Page 95: Index

    CATEGORY 32 Changing the DVD settings JPEG disc 63 Jump Search 27 Confirming on-screen information 28, 48 JUMP TIME 67 JVC Customer Service 15 Connections • Basic 11 • Composite video 12, L-1 INPUT 68 84 – 86 L-1 OUTPUT 68 •...
  • Page 96: Safety Instructions

    “SOME DOS AND DON’TS ON THE SAFE USE OF EQUIPMENT” This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet international safety standards but, like any electrical equipment, care must be taken if you are to obtain the best results and safety is to be assured.

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