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You can use your VCR as the playback or recording VCR. You can use a camcorder as the playback VCR and your VCR as the recording VCR. Refer also to the other componentsâ instruction manuals for connection and its operations.
Example 3: When another VCR is S-VHS VCR and when using this VCR as the recording VCR
This VCR (for recording) To AUDIO input To S-VIDEO input
A Make connections
Example 1: When another VCR is VHS VCR
This VCR To AUDIO/VIDEO IN To AUDIO/VIDEO OUT Audio cable (not supplied) S-video cable (not supplied)
When using this VCR as the recording VCR, connect this VCRâs AUDIO/VIDEO IN connectors to the audio/video output connectors on another VCR.
When using this VCR as the playback VCR, connect this VCRâs AUDIO/VIDEO OUT connectors to the audio/video input connectors on another VCR.
To audio output
To S-video output
Another VCR (for playback)
B Load cassettes
Insert the playback cassette into the playback VCR and the cassette to be recorded on into the recording VCR.
To audio/video output Another VCR To audio/video input
C Select input mode on recording VCR
Select the correct external input on the recording VCR. On this VCR (when using this VCR as the recording VCR); Select âF-1â â when connecting the other VCR to the audio/video input connectors on the front panel. Press AUX or CHr/t on the Remote. Or on the VCR, press PAUSE[CH], and then FF[CH+] or REW[CHâ]. See step 2 in âBasic Recordingâ ( pg. 9).
â If another VCR is monaural, connect this VCRâs AUDIO L IN (or OUT) connector to the audio output (or input) connector on another VCR. Example 2: When another VCR is S-VHS VCR and equipped with S-VIDEO input connector.
This VCR (for playback) To AUDIO OUT To S-VIDEO OUT
D Select video input connector on recording VCR
When using this VCR as the recording VCR, select the appropriate mode ( pg. 12). When using S-VIDEO input connector on the front panel, set âFRONT AUX INPUTâ to âS-VIDEOâ. When using VIDEO input connector on the front panel, set âFRONT AUX INPUTâ to âVIDEOâ.
E Select edit mode
Audio cable (not supplied) S-video cable (not supplied)
Set the edit mode to âONâ for the VCRs if such a mode is equipped. â On this VCR, set âPICTURE CONTROLâ to âEDITâ ( pg. 11).
F Start playback
Press PLAY (4) on the playback VCR.
G Start recording
Press REC (7) on the recording VCR.
To video input To S-video input
Various connection for editing tapes
The following three methods can be used for editing tapes. â VHS to S-VHS editing (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Although the picture quality is inherently limited by the original VHS quality, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. â S-VHS to VHS editing (VIDEO-VIDEO connection): Since the original source is recorded in S-VHS mode, the edited tape has better picture quality than those made by VHS-to-VHS editing. â S-VHS to S-VHS (S-VIDEO connection): Original picture quality of S-VHS made can be duplicated with minimal picture degradation. This is the best editing method you can use on S-VHS VCRs.
Another VCR (for recording)
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