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Thank you for your manual It has the basic things to and i use the Oszi for Longer Time.
Actually, I was looking for this information for 3 years!...now thanks to you, the manual is on my hands and of great help, cause I understand now where I was doing wrong connections and wires...excellent, I'll be back to you if in need, thank you.
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.
Good list of manuals. I found a very rare one and easily get. Should be promptly to download, as we must to wait hours even after confirmed payment.
The manual was properly scanned and perfectly readable. The only small problem is that I couldn't use my dear Ctrl + F to find a word I needed.
NAMES AND FUNCTIONS OF PARTS
â Front panel â
â¢ Press this button to start playing back a tape.
â¢ Press this button to stop operation.
During playback, the green LED lights up. â¢ When recording is paused, press this button to resume recording. â¢ When audio dubbing is paused, press this button to resume audio dubbing.
â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the STANDBY OFF mode, press this button to enter the STANDBY ON mode.
There are two stop modes. â STANDBY OFF: For protecting the tape and the drum, the drum does not rotate. â STANDBY ON: The drum rotates so that it starts up faster after BR-DV6000 moves into another mode. [REW] button/LED â¢ When BR-DV6000 enters the STOP mode, press this button to rewind the tape. â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the PLAYBACK or STILL mode, press this button for reverse playback. The rewind playback speed can be changed by pressing the INDEX +/: button * or the INDEX â/; button (when â;,:â KEY FUNC in the SYSTEM (1/2) Menu screen is set to VAR). (â Page 50 âSearch Modeâ) â¢ Hold down the PLAY button and press this button to perform playback in the reverse direction at 0.9 times the normal speed. At this state, if the PLAY button is released first, the playback continues at 0.9 times the normal speed. If this button is released first, it plays back at the normal speed. â¢ During rewinding or rewind playback, the LED lights up in green.
INDEXâ MIC HOLD
INDEX+ EJECT CUE UP REW STOP FF
â¢ During recording, press this button to pause it. â¢ In the PLAYBACK or STOP mode, press this button to enter the STILL mode. In the RECORDING PAUSE or STILL mode, the green LED lights up. â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the STILL mode, hold down the A.DUB button and press this button to enter into the audio-dubbing pause mode. â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the STILL mode, press this button for frame advance playback.
AUDIO INPUT COUNTER MONITOR OUTPUT SELECT CTL L CH-1/2 DV TC MIX MIX LINE UB R CH-3/4 Y/C (CPN)
1 Cassette loading slot/LED
â¢ For loading a cassette into or unloading it from the slot. Insert a standard DV cassette or a mini DV cassette. (â Page 38) â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the OPERATE OFF state and a cassette is loaded, it changes to the OPERATE ON state. â¢ With a cassette loaded, the LED lights up in green. When a cassette is being loaded or ejected, the LED flashes.
3 Operation buttons
[A. DUB] Audio dubbing button/LED
â¢ Press this button for audio dubbing (after-recording). For audio dubbing, set AUDIO MODE in the AUDIO MENU screen to â32Kâ. The sound produced by the MIC terminal # or the AUDIO IN terminal is recorded on channels CH3 and CH4. â¢ During audio dubbing, the red A. DUB LED lights up. â¢ If the INPUT SELECT switch is set to DV, audio dubbing cannot be performed. (â Page 44 âAudio Dubbingâ)
Still images or images in frame advance can be selected with STIL/F.ADV of the SYSTEM (1/2) MENU screen.
2 [OPERATE] button/LED
â¢ Press this button to turn on the power and BR-DV6000 becomes ready for operation. (Operate ON) Press this button again when BR-DV6000 is already on to turn off the power. (Operate OFF) â¢ OPERATE LED lights up as follows. Operate ON : the green LED lights up Operate OFF : the red LED lights up VCR error : the red LED blinks
â¢ When BR-DV6000 enters the STOP mode, press this button to fast-forward the tape. â¢ When BR-DV6000 is in the PLAYBACK or STILL mode, press this button for fast-forward playback. The fast forward playback speed can be changed by pressing the INDEX +/ : button * or the INDEX â/; button (when â;,:â KEY FUNC in the SYSTEM (1/2) Menu screen is set to VAR). (â Page 50 âSearch Modeâ) â¢ Hold down the PLAY button and press this button to perform playback in the forward direction at 1.07 times the normal speed. At this state, if the PLAY button is released first, the playback continues at 1.07 times the normal speed. If this button is released first, it plays back at the normal speed. â¢ During fast-forwarding or fast-forward playback, the LED lights up in green.
â¢ Hold down this button and press the PLAY button to start recording. During recording, the red LED lights up. â¢ Hold down this button and press the PAUSE button to pause recording. â¢ If this button is pressed during recording, an index signal is recorded on the tape (when INDEX WRITE in the SYSTEM MENU screen is set to ON). â¢ When this button is pressed in the STOP mode, the time code generator value can be checked while the button is being held down. If TC DUPLICATE Menu is set to AUTO or NON DROP, the time code, date and time of the DV input can be checked. â¢ If this button is pressed during playback, the input signal can be checked while the button is held down. (EE check) EE check is not available for DV signal input.
â¢ Press this button to eject the cassette.
â If DC IN MODE in the SYSTEM MENU screen is set to âOPE ONâ or the Timer Switch is set to âRECâ or âPLAYâ and power is supplied to the DC IN terminal located on the rear panel, BR-DV6000 goes into the OPERATE ON state even if this button is not pressed. â Even after the power is turned off with this button, BR-DV6000 is live with a small amount of electricity. Therefore, if BR-DV6000 is not to be used for a long period of time, please remove the AC adapter to save energy. 10
â It takes about 6 seconds for the cassette to be ejected. â The cassette can be ejected even when BRDV6000 is in the OPERATE OFF mode. After the eject action is completed, BR-DV6000 returns to the OPERATE OFF mode.