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Changing display information
Each time you press DISPLAY, the display panel shows the time counter and the clock time alternatively. â¢ When DISPLAY on the Remote is pressed, time counter will appear on the TV screen. To reset the time counter, press C. RESET on the Remote.
SEPARATE AUDIO PROGRAM (SAP)
Your VCR is fitted with an SAP broadcast system which enables you to switch to a SEPARATE AUDIO PROGRAM when viewing a selected channel. This function applies only when the program is broadcast in multi-languages through the SAP broadcast system. When a TV is connected with an audio/video cable, turn the TV and this VCR on, and select the video input mode the TV.
BLUE BACK â ON/OFF
When this function is set to âONâ, the TV screen becomes all blue in the following case: When receiving a channel not in use.
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Press MENU on the remote. Press SET â/+ to select âNO NOISE BACKGROUNDâ. Press ENTER to select âONâ. Press MENU to return to normal screen.
Press MENU on the Remote. Press SET â/+ to select âSAPâ option. Press ENTER to select âONâ position. Press MENU to return to normal screen.
CLOCK SET TIMER REC SET AUTO REPEAT ON OFF CH SET UP SAP ON OFF LANGUAGE/IDIOMA/LANGUE NO NOISE BACKGROUND ON OFF â©+/â/ENTER/MENUâª MENU CLOCK SET TIMER REC SET AUTO REPEAT ON OFF CH SET UP SAP ON OFF LANGUAGE/IDIOMA/LANGUE NO NOISE BACKGROUND ON OFF â©+/â/ENTER/MENUâª
STEREO RECORDING AND PLAYBACK
RECORDING STEREO BROADCASTS The VHS Hi-Fi audio system permits high fidelity recording of MTS STEREO TV broadcasts. When a MTS STEREO broadcast is STEREO received, the STEREO will appear on the screen and the program can be viewed or recorded in stereo. The Hi-Fi STEREO recording procedure is the same as for normal recordings. NOTE: When using a CATV system, stereo TV programs may be transmitted over a mono cable channel. In this case the word "STEREO" will not appear and the sound will be in mono. OUTPUT SELECTION When viewing an MTS STEREO TV program, or playing a prerecorded VHS Hi-Fi STEREO videotape, press A.MONITOR to select how the audio will be heard through the speakers. Normally set to the Hi-Fi STEREO position, this button can be set to the MONO position if the stereo broadcast or videotape audio is of poor quality. The "R" and "L" positions allow the audio from the Right or Left Hi-Fi channel to be heard over both TV speakers. This button has no effect when viewing a MONO videotape or TV program. Each time when you press the button, OUTPUT SELECTION display appears on the screen for several seconds. Refer to the chart below.
OUTPUT SELECTION STEREO L ch R ch MONO SOUND HEARD ON BOTH SPEAKERS STEREO LEFT CHANNEL AUDIO RIGHT CHANNEL AUDIO MONO
LISTENING TO SAP
When the VCR is turned on or a channel selection is made, make certain "SAP" appears on the screen. This means that the "Separate Audio Program" broadcasting is available.
JVC TV Remote Control
This Remote can control some functions (TV POWER, INPUT, TV CH â/+ and TV VOL â/+) of a remote controllable JVC TV without setting.
â¢ Itâs not possible to operate a unit not equipped with a remote sensor. â¢ This Remote can control a JVC TV only.
NOTES: â¢ When playing back a tape that is not recorded in Hi-Fi stereo mode, the audio will automatically be monaural. â¢ When listening to a VHS Hi-Fi video tape or MTS broadcast through the VHF/UHF jack (Audio/ Video cord not connected), the sound will be monaural.
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