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JVC BR-DV600UA
Owner's Manual


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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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5 PREPARATION
Built-in clock setting
Time data is recorded in the sub code area of the tape during recording. In the Play mode, this data is read out and can be shown on the on-screen display or the counter display. [Reference] Clock data is retained for about 60 hours after the 6-hour power supply is used up (Operate On mode).
MENU HOLD: Start SHIFT: Digit shift ADVANCE PRESET

6 RECORDING
[REC LEVEL] control

CH-1/3

OPERATE
ON/OFF

VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER BR-DV600U

ADVANCE: Changes the value. PRESET: Enters the set value.

REC LEVEL

EJECT

MENU
CH-2/4

ADVANCE PRESET

REC
HOLD SELECT SHIFT SHIFT SET
CTL TC UB

PLAY

PAUSE
REMOTE LOCAL

HOLD

SHIFT SHIFT

SHIFT A. DUB

CH 1/3 CH 2/4
32k

40 30

20

10

0 dB

OVER AUTO OFF DEW

OVER SERVO RF

SHIFT A. DUB

CH 1/3 CH 2/4
32k

40 30

20

10

0 dB

OVER AUTO OFF DEW OVER SERVO RF

48k SLAVE

PB
M

NDF
S

HOLD
F

48k SLAVE

PB
M

NDF
S

HOLD
PHONES
F

AUD LOCK MENU

SP
H

SELECT SET MONITOR OUTPUT COUNTER
L MIX R CH-1/2 MIX CH-3/4 CTL TC UB

AUD LOCK MENU

SP
H

L MIX

MONITOR OUTPUT COUNTER
CH-1/2 MIX CH-3/4 R

REW

STOP

FF
MIC

AUDIO

AUDIO

TC: Time UB: Date

Time and date display

[REC] button [PLAY] button [PAUSE] button

[STOP] button

5 Setting procedure The names of the operation buttons are shown above the buttons.

1 Set the tape counter display to the time display.
• To set the time, set to “TC”. The time display is shown in the tape counter. • To set the date, set to “UB”. The date display is shown in the tape counter.

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2 Set the [COUNTER] switch to “TC” or “UB”. 3 Press thethe setting mode. Engage [HOLD] button.

Set the No. 516 <DISPLAY SELECT> menu switch to “CLOCK”. See No. 516 <DISPLAY SELECT> on page 20.

Recording preparation
Loading a cassette
Check that the erasure prevention tab is set to allow recording. Insert the cassette in the cassette loading slot.

Recording

1 Press the [PLAY] button while holding down the
[REC] button. [Recording starts.

2 Press the [PAUSE] button to temporarily stop recording.
To restart recording, press the [PLAY] button. To stop recording, press the [STOP] button.

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Input video signal selection
Select the input video signal with the No. 108 <VIDEO INPUT SELECT> menu switch. LINE: Selects the composite video signals input to the [LINE IN] connector. Y/C: Selects the Y/C signals input to the [Y/C IN] connector. COMPONENT: Selects the component video signals input to the [COMPONENT IN] connector. IEEE 1394: Selects the digital video signals and the digital audio signals input to the [DV IN/OUT] connector.

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• Clock setting [ The hour digit starts to blink. • Date setting [ The month (U MODEL), day (E MODEL) digit starts

Notes:
5 If the unit remains in the Pause mode for more than 5 minutes, the Stop mode is automatically engaged to prevent the tape from being damaged. If tape remaining time is less than 3 minutes or the unit is

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to blink.

4 Change the value.

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Each time the [ADVANCE] button is pressed, the value of the blinking digit increases. While holding down the [SHIFT] button, press the [ADVANCE] button to reset the value as follows. • Clock setting: “00:00:00” • Date setting: “01:01:2000”

Audio sampling rate setting
Select the audio sampling rate with the No. 245 <SAMPLING RATE> menu switch. The number of usable audio channels is determined by the sampling frequency selected with the No. 245 <SAMPLING RATE> menu switch. 5 32 kHz: 4 channels In normal recording, signals are recorded on CH1 and CH2. In the audio dubbing mode, signals are recorded on CH3 and CH4. 5 48 kHz: 2 channels Signals are recorded on CH1 and CH2. Audio dubbing is not possible. Adjust the audio recording level with the [REC LEVEL] control.

5 Shift the digit.

being used in a low-temperature environment, the Stop mode is engaged within about 3 minutes. 5 When a tape recorded on this unit is played back on a consumer MiniDV VCR, the sound level may be low. 5 During recording, the upper section of the picture may be distorted or deflect. This is not a malfunction.

Press the [SHIFT] button. • Clock setting: Each time the [SHIFT] button is pressed, the blinking cursor moves in the order of hours [ minutes [ seconds. • Date setting: Each time the [SHIFT] button is pressed, the blinking cursor moves in the order of month [ day [ year (U MODEL), day [month [ year (E MODEL). Repeat steps 4 to 5 to change the values for each digit.

6 Enter the set data.
Press the [PRESET] button to enter the set data.

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