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Very good copy, very readable and easy transaction as always.
It is perfect, exactly what we needed. It's like the paper version but less clutter.
Received my manual within 24 hours. Very clear scan of the manual I needed. Thanks!
Very clear scan, I recommend it. Definitely a must have for any 3362 owner.
Alpine could have written a slightly more complete manual, though. It's already pretty huge, but the unit has so many functions, I feel some more explanation would have been better.
Yamaha's manual of their comparable YDSP-1 is a little better in my opinion.
Immediate response with excellent service - highly reccommended
Read and follow the steps below to record a television program.
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Turn on the TV and set it to channel 3 or 4 - the channel to which the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR is set. Insert a tape with its record tab intact in the VCR. If playback begins, press the STOP/p button to stop the tape. If the VCR/TV light appears on the display panel, go to step 4. If the VCR/TV light does not appear, press the VCR/TV button once.
Turn on the TV. Insert a tape in the VCR.
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PLAY F.FWD STOP
Press the SPEED button repeatedly until the desired tape speed (SP or SLP) appears briefly on the screen. (Details about tape speed are on page 30.)
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Use the CH(annel) o/p button or the Number buttons to select the channel you want to record.
TIME SEARCH STILL/PAUSE MEMORY SLOW
Press the REC(ord)/OTR button once to start recording. The RECORD light will appear on the display panel.
To pause the recording, press the STILL/PAUSE button once. The RECORD light will flash. To resume recording, press the REC(ord)/OTR button or press the STILL/PAUSE button again. The RECORD light will come on again.
â¢ If you press the REC(ord)/OTR button when a tape is not in the VCR, NO CASSETTE will flash on the screen. â¢ If you press the REC(ord)/OTR button
To stop recording, press the STOP/p button.
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while a tape without a record tab is in the VCR, the VCR will eject the tape and PROTECTED CASSETTE CANNOT RECORD will flash on the screen. For recording options, see pages 26-32. You can change the tape speed during a recording, but some distortion will appear on the tape. The VCR records in a preset volume. If you used the AUDIO and VIDEO OUT jacks to connect the VCR to the TV, see page 10. You need to choose
a channel other than 3 or 4 at the TV to see the VCR image on your TV.