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SONY DSR11
Service Manual


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Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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Playback

Searching without cassette memory When you use a tape without cassette memory, the unit searches in the order of the actual positions of the recordings, regardless of the setting of CM SEARCH on the CM SET menu. When you use a tape with cassette memory, set CM SEARCH on the CM SET menu to OFF.
For details on the CM SET menu, see “CM SET menu” on page 46 (GB).
Note

When you record on this unit
Signals for Index search* Title search Date search Photo search In cassette memory Yes No No No On tape Yes No Yes No

* The signals for Index search are recorded when you start recording in stop mode.
Notes

The title search is not available in searching without cassette memory.

1

Press the SEARCH SELECT button on the Remote Commander to select the search type.

• If you record another program over the beginning of the search signals, you will not be able to locate the original program.
Search signal

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When selecting INDEX SEARCH

A

B

C

If D is recorded over the beginning of B...

INDEX 00 SEARCH

B cannot be searched for

ADB

C

2

Press the . or > button repeatedly to locate the recording you want. Each time you press the . or > button, the unit searches for the previous or next search point. When an search point is located, its number is indicated on the monitor screen. The unit starts searching backwards or forwards until the number comes to zero, then plays back the recording. During Photo search, the unit turns to the playback pause mode.

• You cannot add search signals after recording. To add signals only for Auto Repeat, start recording from the point you want to add them. • When recording on this unit, signals for index search do not have information on the day of the week. • Searching may not be done correctly if the signals were not recorded on a piece of Sony-brand digital video equipment. About the cassette memory • A tape with mark has cassette memory. When using the 16 kbits cassette memory, you can store up to 135 search signals. (The number changes depending on the memory capacity of various tapes. It also changes depending on the data size combination of index, title, date, photo, and tape label data stored on a tape.) This unit is capable of storing and retrieving up to 16 kbits of information in cassette memory. • To locate recordings that did not fit in the cassette memory, or to locate recordings in order of their position on the tape, set CM SEARCH on the CM SET menu to OFF. You can use the same procedure to search for a recording on a tape without cassette memory.
For details on the CM SET menu, see “CM SET menu” on page 46 (GB).
Note

How signals are recorded There are four different signal types, one for each search method; index, title, date and photo signals. They are recorded by the digital camcorder (DSR-200/200P, 200A/200AP, PD100/PD100P, PD100A/PD100AP, PD150/PD150P, 250/250P, etc.). However, the type of signal recorded and where it is recorded (on the tape or in the cassette memory) depends on whether the cassette has cassette memory or which type of video equipment is used for recording. Please note that if the signals for a certain search type are not recorded, you cannot do that type of search. For details on the signals used for a particular type of search, refer to the instruction manual of the recorder.

The number of search signals that you can record is limited by the cassette memory space available when you start recording. When you use a previously recorded tape for repeated recordings, make more memory space available by erasing unwanted items using ITEM ERASE or ERASE ALL on the CM SET menu before you start recording.

30 (GB)

Chapter 2

Playback and Recording

Chapter 2

Playback and Recording

31 (GB)

Playback

Auto Repeat
This unit can repeat the playback of all or a part of the tape.

Notes

1 2

Set the AUTO REPEAT switch on the rear panel to ON. Press the REW button. (If the tape is already rewound, press the PLAY button.) The unit rewinds the tape to its beginning, and starts playback automatically. The unit repeats the playback from the beginning to the first index (if there is no signal for index search on the tape, to the next unrecorded portion; if there is no unrecorded portion, to the end of the tape).

• The unit cannot search for a signal for index search or an unrecorded portion within 20 seconds of the beginning of the playback. • While a tape is running, be sure not to turn off the power by using an AC timer. The unit and the tape may be damaged. When turning off the power of the unit, make sure to press the STOP button on this unit first to stop the tape transport, then turn off the power. To stop Auto Repeat Press the STOP button on this unit. To release the Auto Repeat mode Set the AUTO REPEAT switch on the rear panel to OFF.
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Auto Repeat using an external AC timer If you connect an external AC timer (not supplied) to this unit, you can repeat playback automatically at the preset time.

1

Connect an external AC timer (not supplied) to this unit.
DSR-11 AC adaptor

AC timer

to a wall outlet

2 3

Set the AUTO REPEAT switch on the rear panel to ON. Set the starting time on the external AC timer. At the preset time, the power of this unit turns on, and after a few seconds (no more than 30), Auto Repeat playback starts automatically. The unit repeats the playback from the beginning to the first index (if there is no signal for index search on the tape, to the next unrecorded portion; if there is no unrecorded portion, to the end of the tape).

32 (GB)

Chapter 2

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Chapter 2

Playback and Recording

33 (GB)

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