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This manual covers the main equipment features only. While it also includes the procedure for saving and loading from the now long obsolete memory cards it does not mention the how to operate with the optional floppy drive interface so I am still at a loss about how to use this! Note that there is a separate manual covering the MIDI interface and programming via the keyboard, not included in this download. You will also need to get hold of this if you want to use the MIDI interface properly. Basically there is little difference between this manual and the free to download manual for the similar PR60 model.
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English You can use this DVD/VCR to play back recorded VHS videocassettes.You can operate the DVD/VCR using the remote control or the buttons on the front of the DVD/VCR. If you press PLAY, STOP, FWD or REW while the set is in Stand-by, the power will be automatically turned on. Additionally, if a cassette was already inserted, the corresponding operation will be performed. Your DVD/VCR can only record and play standard VHS cassettes. 1 Put a cassette into the cassette slot.The cassette is inserted automatically. 2 Press PLAY to view the tape. 3 To stop the playback, press STOP or STOP/EJECT on the DVD/ VCR. 4 To eject the cassette, press EJECT or STOP/EJECT on the DVD/ VCR when the DVD/ VCR stops the playback. DIGITAL STUDIO PICTURE CONTROL Philips has developed a system which produces the best possible playback quality. For old and often-used video cassettes, this system reduces interference. For new or high quality cassettes, it emphasises the details. Picture/ sound quality is poor When playing rental videos or older, poorer quality cassettes, it may not be possible to completely filter out picture and sound interference.This is not a fault in your machine. Read the section 'VCR Manual tracking'. Do I need to change the playback speed when playing back LP recordings? During playback, the correct speed will automatically be selected. For more information, please read the section 'Selecting the recording speed (SP or LP)' in the chapter 'VCR Manual recording'.
Searching for a tape position with picture (scanning)
1 While a cassette is playing, press h (rewind) or g (forward) one or more times. 2 Press PLAY B to resume playback.
Still picture / slow motion
1 During playback, press PAUSE k to stop the tape and display a still picture. 2 During playback, press SLOW to play the tape in slow motion. 3 Press PLAY B to resume playback. Scanning and still/slow motion interferes with the picture quality.The sound is switched off.This is not a fault in your DVD/VCR.
Searching for tape position without picture (forward wind and rewind)
1 Stop the tape with STOP C. 2 Press h (rewind) or g (forward). 3 To stop the tape, press STOP C.
Every time a tape is recorded an index marking is written on the tape. These marked positions can be found again quickly and easily later. 1 To search for the previous marking, press INDEX 3 and then . h 2 For the next marking, press INDEX 3 and then g. 3 As soon as the DVD/VCR finds this marking, it automatically switches to playback.
Playing back NTSC cassettes
This DVD/VCR can also play back cassettes that have been recorded in SP [Standard Play] or SLP [Super Long Play] mode in the NTSC standard (for example, American cassettes). However, this only works on PAL-television sets that are suitable for a picture frequency of 60Hz.
To manually adjust the tracking during playback and slow motion playback, press P+ or P-. Tracking will return to Automatic Tracking Adjustment when you press STOP C, insert a tape, or press PLAY B. To remove vertical jitter in a Still picture, press P+ or P-.
Displaying current tape position
The following information is displayed on the screen: e.g.: 0:02:45 shows the counter in hours, minutes and seconds. SP/LP: will show the recorded speed of your cassette 'REM 0:06': will show the actual amount of playing/recording time left on the tape in hours and minutes. When you play an NTSC cassette, the DVD/VCR will show 'REM -:--'. How can I set the counter to '0:00:00'? You can set the counter to '0:00:00' with CLEAR. When you put a cassette in the DVD/VCR, the counter will automatically reset to '0:00:00'.
Use 'Manual Recording' to make a spontaneous recording (for example, a programme currently being shown). If you want to start and stop a recording manually, read the section 'Recording without automatic switch-off'. If you want to start a recording manually but have it stopped automatically, read the section Read the section 'Direct record' if you want to record a programme currently being shown. Read the section 'Automatic controlled recording from a satellite receiver (RECORD LINK)', if you want a recording to be controlled automatically by a satellite receiver.
The counter does not move This occurs when there are no recordings on a portion of a tape. This is not a fault in your DVD/VCR. The screen shows '-0:01:20' If you rewind a cassette from the tape position '0:00:00', the counter will show for instance, '-0:01:20' (the cassette was rewound to 1 minute and 20 seconds before '0:00:00'). ('-'(minus) is not shown in the display.) '-:--' is displayed in the 'REM' counter This counter will automatically recognise the length of the tape. In addition, when you put in a cassette the DVD/VCR must first calculate the time played.Therefore, '-:--' appears first and only after the tape has been running for a few seconds, the correct playing time will be shown.
Recording without automatic switch-off
1 Insert a cassette. 2 Use P+/P- to select the programme number you want to record, for example, 'P01'. 3 To start recording, press RECORD I. 4 Stop recording with STOP C.