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Having purchased a 1994 Kenwood music system from a Charity shop in 2013 (it was a high end product in its day), I found myself not quite knowing where to plug in what, and how to do this, that and the next thing. I needed a Manual, and after failure with another online 'Manual provider' I found Owner Manuals dot com. Well, I wasn't sure, but it was only $5, and if things didn't work out, I wouldn't have lost much...
But things DID work out. After paying my childrens inheritance money, $4.99, I was sent a Manual for my Kenwood System very quickly. Alas, it was in German, and being Scottish, I could not read it or get my system in order from it...a rapid email to them brought the English Manual in short order, and my retro-system was and IS up and running in it's regulation settings.
I am very grateful to http://www.owner-manuals.com for their quick service and for even having such an obsolete Manual in the first place! If you need a Manual for ANYTHING, try here first. I wouldn't be surprised if I bought a 1928 Marconi radio, and got the user Manual for THAT here too!
I was so happy that the owner's manual was available. It is well written and helped me to use the radio/CD player/recorder without problems. Thanks for making it available.
Excellant!!! Very quick and easy....Best $4.99 I have spent in a very long time..
I highly recommend this.
Thanks so much for the Owner's manual for my Sony PS - FL1. I had purchased the turntable off of eBay. It came in and looked great. Packed well and appeared to be great. I balanced and aligned the tone are and hooked it up. When trying to play a record the tone are would move to the right place and just before it would drop to play it moved back off the edge of the record before touching down. I searched the net for an answer to this issue. No luck. Then I purchased the owners manual and sure enough there was a place to adjust where the stylus touched down. That adjustment solved the problem and saved me a $35 feet to have the player checked out. The manual is well written and easy to understand. It is a must have for anyone with this front loading Sony turntable.
Some years back I pruchased a Sansui G-9000. I had it cleaned up and a problem with the left channel repaired. When I got it back I hooked it up to my tape decks, turn tables, TV and it played great. The only thing I was not really satisfied with was the performance of my Graphic Equalizer. I purchased this owner's manual had poured myself a cup of coffee. The manual is well organized and written in plain language. It also contained the solution to my dissatisfaction. By using the preamp connections coupled I was able to run everything through my graphic equalizer and now enjoy the full potential of my complete system.
You can start playback from a memorized point. Up to nine points can be memorized. To enter a mark, follow these steps.
Special DVD Features
Checking the contents of DVD Video discs: Menus
DVDs may contain menus that allow you to access special features. To use the disc menu, press the appropriate numerical key; or, use the 3 4 1 2 keys to highlight your selection, then press OK.
1 During disc playback, press MARKER. 2
â The MARKER SEARCH menu will appear on the TV screen briefly. During playback, press OK when playback reaches the spot that you want to memorize. â The Marker number appears. To enter additional Marker points, press 1/2 until another empty point on the MARKER SEARCH menu is highlighted, then press OK. a disc.
STOP PLAY PAUSE
Press TITLE. â If the current title has a menu, the menu will appear on the screen. Otherwise, the
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to enter up to nine Marker points on 5 To remove the MARKER SEARCH menu, press MARKER.
The marked spots will remain in the playerâs memory as long as the disc is not changed. The Marker memory will remain active if the disc is stopped. It will be lost if the disc is removed from the player, if the disc tray is opened, or if the DVD Player is turned off.
disc menu will be displayed. The menu can list camera angles, spoken language and subtitle options, and chapters for the title. To remove the title menu, press TITLE again.
Â¶ Â¶ Press DISC MENU. â The disc menu is displayed. To remove the disc menu, press DISC MENU again.
â To Recall a Marked Scene
CLEAR MARKER SUBTITLE ANGLE
1 During disc playback, press MARKER. 2 3 4
â The MARKER SEARCH menu will appear on the screen. Press 1/2 to select a Marker number that you want to recall. Press OK. â Playback will start from the Marked scene. To remove the MARKER SEARCH menu, press MARKER. â To clear a Marked Scene Â¶
If the disc contains sequences recorded from different camera angles, the angle icon blinks on the display. You can then change the camera angle if you wish. Press ANGLE repeatedly during playback to select a desired angle. â The number of the current angle appears on the display.
REPEAT A-B RANDOM SOUND
1 During disc playback, press MARKER.
erase. Press CLEAR.
Changing the audio language
Â¶ Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to hear a different audio language or audio track.
1 ENG D 6 CH
â The MARKER SEARCH menu will appear on the screen.
SUBTITLE ANGLE REPEAT A-B
2 Press 1/2 to select the Marker number that you want to 3
â The Marker number will be erased from the list.
4 Repeat steps 2 and 3 to erase additional Marker numbers. 5 To remove the MARKER SEARCH menu, press MARKER.
Press SUBTITLE repeatedly during playback to see the different subtitle languages.
Memorizing Settings for Viewed disc (Condition Memory)
This player memorizes the last scene for the last disc you have watched. Settings remain in memory even if you remove the disc from the player or switch off the player. If you load a disc that has its settings memorized, the latest stop position is automatically recalled. Notes: â Settings are stored in memory for use any time. â Switching of the audio mode, etc., is automatic on some discs. â This player does not memorize settings if you switch off the player when a DVD or title menu appears on the TV screen.
Note: â If
appears, the feature is not available on the disc.