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JVC HR-P94K
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Mode set
Press MENU. Select the mode. Press L/M to move the pointer to the item you want to change. Select the mode setting. Press 2/3. Return to the normal screen. Press MENU.

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O.S.D. B.E.S.T. NTSC NTSC RF OUT [L/M] = [2/ 3] [MENU] : EXIT ON ON 3.58 B/G

Playback
Slow motion playback
Slow motion playback is 1/6 of the normal playback speed. The sound will be cut during slow motion playback. During playback:

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Shuttle search playback
Use this feature during playback to visually locate any point on a recorded cassette. The sound will be cut during shuttle search operation. During playback: Press ¡ or 1 to engage shuttle search forward or reverse. 7 Press 3 to resume normal playback. Note: For short searches, press and hold ¡ or 1. When released, normal playback will continue.

Recording

You can change various mode setting on the Mode Set screen by following procedure described below. Access the Mode Set screen. MIC MIN + ---+-7 -+ MAX ECHO 0 + ---+-7 -+ 10

NTSC, PAL and MESECAM video tapes can be played back on this video cassette player. Refer to the “Mode Set” section for details. Before proceeding: • Turn on the power of the TV and video cassette player. • Make sure that the TV is set to the video channel or that the TV’s TV/VIDEO switch is set to VIDEO (refer to the “Setting the video channel” section for details).

Repeat playback
Use this feature to repeat playback of a cassette 100 times. During playback:

Use the following procedure to record TV programmes on a blank video tape. Before proceeding: • To record TV programmes, the video cassette player must be connected to the TV as shown in connection B of the “Connections” section. • Turn on the power of the TV and video cassette player. • Make sure that the video cassette’s safety tab is intact. If it has been removed, cover the hole with adhesive tape. Load a blank video tape. Press SP/LP/EP( cording speed. ) to set the re-

∗“MIC” and “ECHO”appears only with the HR-P94K. ∗The default setting is bold in the table below.

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Press 8 for 2 seconds.

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7 Press 3 to return to the normal playback speed. Notes: • If the picture shakes during the slow mode, use TRACKING +/– to correct the picture. • After approx. 5 minutes, the slow mode will disengage to protect the video tape.

Press 3 for more than 5 seconds. The Play indicator will blink slowly and playback of the cassette will repeat 100 times automatically. Press 7 to stop repeat playback. Tape playback will be stopped and the repeat playback mode will be cancelled.

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Hi-Fi KARAOKE MULTI 6HEAD
TAPE POSITION ON SCREEN AUTO VOLTAGE B.E.S.T. PICTURE
HEAD CLEANER SUPER
POWER-ON

7MIC (HR-P94K only) 7ECHO (HR-P94K only) 7O.S.D ON OFF

See “Karaoke features” below. See “Karaoke features” below. When the function is set to “ON”, various operational indicators appear on the TV screen. NOTE: When you use this video cassette player as the source player for editing, be sure to set “O.S.D” to “OFF”

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TAPE POSITION ON SCREEN AUTO VOLTAGE B.E.S.T. PICTURE

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STANDBY/REC
PAL NTSC

Hi-Fi KARAOKE MULTI 6HEAD

Note: Pressing 3, 1, ¡ or 8 also stops Repeat playback.

MULTI SYSTEM
PAL/MESECAM/NTSC3.58/4.43 NTSC PLAYBACK ON PAL TV

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PAL NTSC

STANDBY/REC

VIDEO CASSETTE PLAYER HR-P94K

OSD

SP/LP/EP

Press ¶ to start recording. (On the remote control unit press ¶ and 3 at the same time.) The recording indicator will light during recording.

Tracking adjustment
MULTI SYSTEM
PAL/MESECAM/NTSC3.58/4.43 NTSC PLAYBACK ON PAL TV

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Rewind playback or power off
When the tape has finished rewinding, the Video cassette player will play back or turn itself off. During stop: a- For Automatic Start Of Playback Press 1, then press 3 within 2 seconds. b- For Automatic Power Off Press 1, then press seconds. within 2
TV TV/VCR – TRACKING +
AUTO

SUPER HEAD CLEANER

POWER-ON

OSD

SP/LP/EP

VIDEO CASSETTE PLAYER HR-P94K

before starting. 7B.E.S.T. ON OFF 7NTSC NTSC3.58: Select this mode to watch NTSC tapes on a NTSC system TV. NTSC4.43: Select this mode to watch NTSC tapes on a multi-system TV. (that has an NTSC4.43 setting) Select NTSC4.43 to record 4.43 signal. NTSC→PAL: Select this mode to watch NTSC tapes on a PAL system TV. 7RFOUT B/G: New Zealand, Kuwait, U.A.E., Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Iran, Saudi Arabia D/K: Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon, Iraq, China, Mongolia, Russia You can set the B.E.S.T.(Bicondional Equalized Signal Tracking) system to “ON” or “OFF”.
TV TV/VCR – TRACKING + 0000/X

Still picture and frame advance
Use this feature to freeze the playback picture and to advance one frame at a time. The sound will be cut during this mode.

Automatic tracking is adjusted each time a cassette is inserted in the video cassette player, you may wish to adjust tracking manually during playback. Manual tracking: Press the remote control’s AUTO. Press the remote control’s TRACKING + or – to adjust tracking.

B.E.S.T. takes place at the beginning of each first SP and first LP (or EP) recording after inserting the cassette.

0000/X

PLAY

3
FF PAUSE

REW

To watch an NTSC tape, it will be necessary to select one of the output mode. NOTES: NTSC Playback on PAL TV • The vertical size of the playback picture will shrink and some picture “noise” may appear on the screen. • The playback picture may roll. In this case adjust the picture with the TV’s vertical hold knob (with some TV’s this adjustment may not be possible). • The colour of the playback picture may differ from the original. • In the forward/reverse shuttle search or still modes there may be no colour depending on the TV and video cassette player combination. Set appropriate TV system that matches the system of TV being used.

AUTO

PLAY REW

FF

2

During playback:

MENU STOP

7 Press § or the remote control’s 7 to stop recording. To stop recording temporarily:

MENU STOP

PAUSE

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Press 8. The picture will be frozen. Press 8 repeatedly to advance frames. Each time the button is pressed the still picture will advance one frame.

TV PR

+ –

1 2

+
TV PR

–

–

TV

+
OK/OSD

REC

3

–

TV

+

LP00000-000

VCP/TV

REC

OK/OSD

7 Press AUTO to return to automatic tracking.

7 Press 8. The recording indicator will blink. Press 3 to resume recording.

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Load a pre-recorded cassette. If the safety tab on the cassette is removed, playback will start automatically. Press - to start playback. • “B.E.S.T. PICTURE SYSTEM” appears on the screen. (when B.E.S.T. is set to “ON”. “9 Mode set”)

7 Press 3 to resume normal playback. Notes: • If the picture shakes during the still mode, use TRACKING +/– to correct the picture. • After the picture has been frozen for approx. 5 minutes, the still mode will disengage to protect the video tape.

Counter reset

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Press OSD to show counter display on the screen. Press 0000 to reset the counter.

ATTENTION: In the search, still, slow-motion or frame advance mode, • the picture will be distorted. • the noise bars will appear. • there will be loss of colour. • the picture may not appear. However, this is not malfunction. These problems may occur especially with HR-P54A.

Notes: • To engage recording standby, press ¶ and then press 8. The STANDBY/REC indicator will blink during recording standby. Press 3 again to start recording. • If ¶ does not work, check to see if the cassette safety tab has been removed. • The player automatically stops when record-standby continues for more than 5 minutes. • The video tape will be rewound automatically when the end of the tape is reached.

7 Press § or the remote control’s 7 to stop playback. Then press § to remove the cassette. To fast forward or rewind the tape: 7 From the stop mode, press ¡ or 1.

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Karaoke features

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B.E.S.T. picture system
ATTENTION: Since the B.E.S.T. system works before recording actually starts, there is a delay of approximately 7 seconds after ¶ and 3 on the remote are pressed, or ¶ on the player is pressed. To make sure you record the desired scene or programme in its entirely, first perform the following steps: 1 Press and hold 8 and ¶ to engage the Record Pause mode.

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Editing

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Troubleshooting
Problem Check point Is the power cord plugged in? Is the power turned on? Was the video cassette player’s § button pressed? Is the TV set to the video channel? Is a cassette loaded? Are the connections correct? Set the Colour System Output switch according to the recorded tape system. Is the video cassette player in the playback mode? Is tracking adjusted properly? Is the TV adjusted properly? Install this VCP a little way apart from the TV set. The batteries are weak. Replace the batteries. The video cassette’s recording safety tab has not been removed.

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Specifications

Karaoke (HR-P94K only)
Use this feature to enjoy karaoke video. Connect a microphone to both MIC 1 and MIC 2 for duets.

The B.E.S.T. (Biconditional Equalized Signal Tracking) system checks the condition of the tape in use during recording and playback, and compensates to provide the highest-possible recording and playback pictures. The default setting for both recording and playback is ‘‘ON’’.

Editing To/From Another Recorder
No power Player

Tape cannot be ejected
RF OUT

IN
R

OUT

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Insert a pre-recorded Karaoke tape.

AUDIO

ANT.IN

L VIDEO

No picture No colour Shuttle search does not function Disturbances in playback picture

Recording
Press 3. 7 Karaoke search You can search the desired tune by pressing 2/3. The Karaoke search can be operated only when the mute section is more than 4 seconds between tune and tune. The video cassette player assesses the quality of the tape once you initiate recording. 7 The player spends approximately 7 seconds assessing the condition of the tape, then begins recording. Notes: • The B.E.S.T. system works only after a tape has been inserted and the Record mode is first initiated. It does not work during recording. • Once the cassette is ejected, the B.E.S.T. data is cancelled. The next time the cassette is used for recording, B.E.S.T. is re-performed.

Recorder

Audio/Video signals

• The player then automatically check the condition of the tape and, after approximately 7 sec-

RF OUT ANT.IN

IN

R L

OUT

AUDIO

VIDEO

onds, reenters Record Pause. 2 Press 3 to start recording. • If you want to bypass the B.E.S.T. system and begin recording immediately, set “B.E.S.T.” to “OFF”. TV Receiver VIDEO CHANNEL

3

Adjust the MIC or ECHO volume as necessary. Press MENU to access the Mode Set screen then press L/M to select MIC or ECHO. Press 2/3 to adjust the MIC or ECHO volume. Press MENU to return normal screen.

Remote control does not function Auto playback does not function

Format ...................................... VHS Standard Video recording system ........... Rotary, slant azimuth helical scan system Rotary heads ............................ [HR-P94K] 4 video heads [HR-P54A] 2 video heads RF output ................................. System B/G, D/K type modulation UHF ch 32 – 40 adjustable (preset ch 36) Recording (line input) ............... PAL, SECAM (MESECAM tape) NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.43 Playback (line output) .............. PAL, SECAM (MESECAM tape) NTSC 3.58 NTSC 4.43 Simulated PAL (NTSC tape) Video Line input level ....................... 0.5 – 2.0 Vp-p/75 ohms, unbalanced Line output level .................... 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms, unbalanced S/N ratio ................................. More than 45 dB Horizontal resolution .............. More than 250 lines (PAL/MESECAM) More than 220 lines (NTSC) Audio Line input level ....................... –8 dBs/50 k ohms, unbalanced Line output level .................... –8 dBs/1 k ohm, unbalanced Frequency response .............. 70 Hz to 10,000 Hz (Normal) [HR-P94K] 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz (Hi-Fi audio) Power requirements Rating .................................... AC 110 V – 240 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz Operating ............................... AC 90 V – 260 V, 50 Hz / 60 Hz Power consumption ................. [HR-P94K] 14 W [HR-P54A] 13 W Operation temperature ............. 5°C to 40°C Dimensions .............................. 360 mm (W) × 94 mm (H) × 279 mm (D) Weight ...................................... 3.2 kg Standard accessories Remote control unit .................. 1 Batteries for remote control ...... 2 RF antenna cable ..................... 1 Microphone (HR-P94K only) .... 1 • Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

Playback
The video cassette player assesses the quality of the tape once you initiate playback. When watching a tape recorded with B.E.S.T. set to on, it is recommended that you leave B.E.S.T. on during playback as well. 7 The player adjusts the playback picture quality based on the quality of the tape in use. 7 B.E.S.T. is active during Auto Tracking. Note: When watching a rental tape, or one recorded on another video player, set B.E.S.T. to on or off to your preference.

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Connect the player’s AUDIO and VIDEO OUT connectors to the recorder’s AUDIO and VIDEO IN connectors. Put the player in the Play mode. Put the recorder in the Record mode.

Recording does not function

4

Start singing.

The video cassette player does not function properly

Are the connections correct? Was the Record button pressed? The video cassette’s recording safety tab is removed.

Note: Check that the power is off (standby mode) before plugging in the microphone. 7 Soundtrack Selection (HR-P94K only) During Playback Pressing changes the soundtrack being played back as follows: HI-FI HI-FI NORM HI-FI L HI-FI R NORM

Notes: • NTSC tapes being played back in the NTSC PLAYBACK ON PAL TV mode cannot be dubbed to another recorder. • When you dub an NTSC tape using your recorder as the playback deck, select NTSC 3.58 (or 4.43) with the Colour System Output switch. Important: 7 To edit, both the player and the recorder must be of the same colour system. Set “NTSC” to appropriate mode. ( See “9 Mode set”)

Microcomputer malfunction. Disconnect the power plug from the AC outlet and then re-insert it. The microcomputer will be reset to its initial mode.

About Head cleaning
7 If the picture playback becomes blurred, it does not mean that the recorded program has been erased. 7 Dirt accumulated on the video heads after long periods of use causes such troubles. In this case, head cleaning requiring highly technical care is necessary. 7 For head cleaning, consult the nearest JVC dealer.

COPYRIGHT © 2000 VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN LTD.

Printed in Malaysia 0800IYV YP PJ

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