Whilst this is a photo copy, and some of the pages are a little askew, it was all readable and intact. A real bonus finding an old manual for a classic piece of kit that no other site had.
It was easy done, and I got exactly what I was looking for.
Text excerpt from page 47 (click to view)
Setting up your TV
â¢ Turn off all the equipment including the TV before connecting anything.
1 Connecting the woofer unit (only for HV-Z29V1)
1 Fitting the woofer unit Align the projection on the base of the woofer unit with the hole in the top of the TV, and insert the connector into the woofer terminal. 2 Connecting the supplied woofer connector to the BASS SPEAKER OUT terminal on the back of the TV If the woofer unit is not connected, you will not be able to enjoy the bass sound. â¢ Connect so that the lever is raised. â¢ When disconnecting the woofer connector, do so while pushing the lever.
2 Connecting the aerial and VCR
â¢ Aerial cable is not supplied. Use a good quality 75-ohm coaxial cable. â¢ Read the manual that came with the VCR before connecting. If not connecting a VCR (see Fig. A): Connect an aerial cable to the aerial socket on this TV. If connecting a VCR (see Fig. B): 1 Connect the aerial cable to the aerial input socket on the VCR, and connect the VCR and TV with another aerial cable. 2 Connect the VCRâs VIDEO OUT (video output) jack and the TVâs VIDEO jack with a video cable. To connect a VCR to the TV with an S-VIDEO cable: Connect the VCRâs S-VIDEO OUT (SVIDEO output) connector and TVâs S connector with an S-VIDEO cable A, instead of connecting with a video cable. 3 Connect the VCRâs AUDIO OUT (audio L/ R output) jacks and the TVâs AUDIO jacks (L/MONO and R) with an audio cable. â¢ If the VCRâs audio output is in mono, connect the VCRâs AUDIO OUT (audio output) jack and the TVâs AUDIO L/ MONO jack with an audio cable.