WITH LINE RECORDING HR-P110AG HR-P111AG HR-P110AS Thank you for purchasing this JVC video cassette player. To ensure optimum performance of this unit, please read this instruction manual thoroughly. Only cassettes marked “VHS” can be used with this video cassette player. STANDBY/REC...
Features 3 system (PAL/MESECAM/NTSC) NTSC playback (on PAL television) RF output G/K switchable Digital auto tracking HQ (High Quality) Auto playback function Repeat playback Shuttle search Still and slow motion Line recording B.E.S.T. (Biconditional Equalized Signal Tracking) picture system Automatic features Auto power on The video cassette player is automatically turned on when the tape is inserted.
Precautions Precautions The rating plate and the safety caution are on the rear of the unit. WARNING: DANGEROUS VOLTAGE INSIDE WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. The 1 button does not completely shut off mains power from the unit, but switches operating current on and off.
Controls Front Panel A SP/LP/EP button To select the recording tape speed. B Cassette loading slot Load the video cassette here. C 7 Record button To start recording. D # Play button To start playback. E ¤ Stop/Eject button To stop playback and to eject the video tape.
When using the remote control for operation of the video cassette player, make sure that it is pointed at the remote sensor window. You can also use the player’s remote control to operate a JVC television. A Transmitting window B 1 button To turn the power on and off (standby).
On screen display When “O.S.D” is set to “ON” (See “Mode set” on the TV screen. – 9 : 59 : 59 Connections Make sure that the power to the video cassette player and TV is off before making the following connections.
Connections Connection A (basic) In order to use the video cassette player it must be connected between the antenna and the TV. Connect your TV antenna cable to the video cassette player’s ANT. IN terminal. Connect one end of the provided RF antenna cable to the video cassette player’s RF.
When you have connected the VIDEO/AUDIO OUT terminals of this video cassette player to your TV’s video/audio in terminals (connection B of the “Connections” section), setting the video channel is not necessary. In this case simply set the TV’s TV/VCR switch to VCR. IMPORTANT: Before performing the following steps, make sure the player's power is off and there is no cassette inserted in the player.
Mode set Mode set You can change various mode setting on the Mode Set screen by following procedure described below. Access the Mode Set screen. Press MENU. Select the mode. Press R/T to move the pointer to the item you want to change. Select the mode setting.
Setting Of The Colour System Select Buttons Use the COLOUR SYSTEM button on the front panel to select the colour system. Pressing the COLOUR SYSTEM displays the current setting on the screen. While the current setting is displayed, press COLOUR SYSTEM again to change the mode as illustrated below.
Playback Playback NTSC, PAL and MESECAM video tapes can be played back on this video cassette player. See “Setting Of The Colour System Select Buttons” on page 10 for details. Before proceeding: Turn on the power of the TV and video cassette player.
Shuttle search playback Use this feature during playback to visually locate any point on a recorded cassette. The sound will be cut during shuttle search operation. During playback: Press to engage shuttle Á search forward or reverse. Press Á to 1 again to perform high speed.
Recording Recording Use the following procedure to record TV programmes on a blank video tape. Before proceeding: To record TV programmes, the video cassette player must be connected to the TV as shown in connection B of the “Connections” on page 6 section. Turn on the power of the TV and video cassette player.
NOTES: The B.E.S.T. system works only after a tape has been inserted and the Record mode is first initiated. It does not work during recording. Once the cassette is ejected, the B.E.S.T. data is cancelled. The next time the cassette is used for recording, B.E.S.T.
Dirt accumulated on the video heads after long periods of use causes such troubles. In this case, head cleaning requiring highly technical care is necessary. For head cleaning, consult the nearest JVC dealer. Check point Is the power cord plugged in? Is the power turned on? Was the video cassette player’s ¤...