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22 Recording Features
â Turn on the TV and select the video channel (or AV mode). â Slide the TV/VCR/DVD switch on the remote control to the right.
OPERATIONS ON VHS DECK (cont.)
2 Engage the ITR mode.
Press 7 again. â â blinks and â0:30â appears on the front display panel.
3 Set the recording duration.
If you want to record for more than 30 minutes, press 7 to extend the time. Each press extends recording time by 30 minutes.
Slide to the right.
â You can only perform ITR using the 7 button on the unitâs front panel. â Still picture playback stops automatically after 5 minutes to protect the heads. â When the end of the tape is reached during Instant Timer Recording or timer recording, the unit is turned off and â â and â$â blink on the front display panel. â During Instant Timer Recording, any other timer programmed recording wonât start even if their start time has come. In such a case, the timer programmed recording starts (if the end time of the timer programmed recording is set after the end of Instant Timer Recording) after the Instant Timer Recording finishes.
Elapsed Recording Time Indication
1 Set the counter display.
Press â â:â â until a counter reading appears on the front display panel.
Recording One Programme While Watching Another
If your unit is connected to the TV via the AV connection, press TV/VCR. The unitâs VCR indicator and the TV broadcast being recorded disappear. Once recording is in progress, all you need to do is to set the channel controls on the TV for the station you wish to view.
â The programme selected with the TVâs channel controls appears on the TV screen, while the one selected with the unitâs PR buttons is recorded on the tape.
2 Reset the counter.
Press 0000 before starting recording or playback.
â The counter is reset to â0:00:00â and shows the exact elapsed time as the tape runs. You can check the exact time of a recording or playback.
Tape Remaining Time
Press â â:â â until the time remaining on the tape appears.
â The front display panel shows the tape remaining time with â:â blinking.
You can also use the DVD deck in the following cases. Before use, be sure to turn on the unit and select the DVD deck. â During recording â During timer recording â During timer standby mode
â By pressing the â â:â â button, you can change the display to show the channel position, clock time, counter reading, and tape remaining time.
* The channel position is not displayed during playback.
Instant Timer Recording (ITR)
This easy method lets you record for from 30 minutes to 6 hours (selectable in 30-min. increments), and shuts the unit off after recording is finished.
1 Start recording.
Press 7 on the unit.
â When you press â â:â â, the on-screen display appears on the TV screen for 5 seconds, then the displays other than the counter disappears. To clear the counter display, press â â:â â. â Depending on the type of tape being used, the tape remaining time reading may not appear right away, or is not correct. ââ â:â ââ may sometimes appear with â:â blinking, or the display may blink on occasion.