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Selecting the sound channel
During playback or while receiving a TV channel via the video recorder, one or more sound channels can be selected. This means, for example, if there are multilingual transmissions, you can select the language you want. 1 Press the SELECT button on the remote control. The current sound channel setting is displayed
What goes on behind the settings? STEREO: Both left and right stereo sound tracks can be heard LEFT: The left stereo sound track can be heard RIGHT: The right stereo sound track can be heard MONO: The mono sound track can be heard MIXED: The mono sound track as well as the left and right stereo sound tracks can be heard
Press the SELECT button several times until the desired setting can be seen on the screen
Automatic switch-over to mono If no stereo signal is recorded on a video cassette, the video recorder automatically switches over to the Â“MONOÂ” sound channel setting Make dubbing audible When dubbing video recordings, the mono track is recorded with a new sound signal. The original stereo signal is retained. To make dubbing audible, you must select the Â“MIXÂ” or Â“MONOÂ” sound channel setting.
With the MANUAL button on the front of the video recorder you can regulate the signal level of the audio signals (scart sockets, audio sockets) received by the video recorder.
M A N 20
On the front of the video recorder use PROGRAMME - or PROGRAMME + to select the desired setting or press MANUAL again, to switch back to automatic mute (Â“AUTOÂ”)
Press the MANUAL button on the front of the video recorder until the current setting (e.g. Â“MAN20Â”) appears in the display