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Manual-link came 30 minutes after having paid for an extremely rare (40 years old) item (sony icr-120) and helped me to get the radio rework again. So really good help for me, fast and reliable delivery and -taken that into consideration- a very reasonable price for that service. So thanks again! Mike, Germany
Some of the pictures in this manual are a bit irritating. I had to dissassemble the unit and some of the screws have different threads, which is not mentioned in this manual. Also some of the drawings of the boards look different than the actual boards.
After all, the manual was very useful. I was able to recalibrate the capstan drive and it is working fine again.
This manual is very good. 303 pages scanned in a very high resolution. My camera has bad, leaking capacitors which all of the V5000 models are suffering from these days.
There is a huge part list with all capacitors, transistors etc. in this manual which helped me a lot. Otherwise I would not have been able to buy replacement parts.
The dissassembly guide is very enormous and detailed. Unlike on the Panasonic MS1 manual I downloaded here it actually looks like the real parts look. And the screws are labeled correctly, so you shouldn't have any left after the repair. ;)
has all the schematics you could need,and very well laid out format also has all part numbers along with an exploded view which is helpful
Very nice to have! Now it is no problem to understand how it is put together.
Helps me a lot.
Playing a Tape Repeatedly
The âAuto Repeat â option in the âVCR Set Upâ menu allows you to play a recorded tape repeatedly. To do that: by using the menu system and after selecting the option, press . Then press or to select On. Finally press PLAY z to start the playback. When the tape reaches its end, the video TV rewinds the tape to the beginning and then, plays it again.
â¢ To cancel this function afterwards, select âOffâ instead of âOnâ in the step above.
Setting the Colour System
The colour system is set in âAutoâ condition. However, by using the âColour System Optionâ in the âVCR Set Upâ menu allows you to, set the colour system to the corresponding system that the tape was recorded in the case that you notice streaks appearing on the screen during playback
VCR Set Up Tracking Control: OPC: Auto Repeat Format: Colour System: On Normal Off Auto
To do that: Whilst you andin play mode and by using the to select the corresponding menu system, select the Colour System option are press . Then press or colour system (Auto, MESECAM, PAL or NTSC). Finally, press OK.
â¢ To cancel this function afterwards, select again âAutoâ in the step above.
VCR Set Up Tracking Control: OPC: Auto Repeat Format: Colour System:
On Off Normal Auto
Searching Using the Index Function
The Video TV marks the tape with an index signal at the point where each recording begins. These signals can be used to find a specific recording. this Video TV can search up to 99 index signals ahead of or behind the current position. To do that: 1 Insert a tape. 2 Press INDEX = or + repeatedly to specify how many index signals ahead or behind you want to search in relation to the current tape position. The Video TV begins searching for the selected index. When the index is reached, playback begins automatically.
â¢ You can stop searching by pressing STOP p.
Viewing Programmes in 16:9 Mode
When viewing recording of programmes which were originally broadcast in 16:9 mode, you can set your Video TV to 16:9 mode to prevent a distorted picture. To do that: : Press repeatedly the button on the remote control to select 16:9 or Normal (4:3 format). You can also do it, by using the menu system. In that case, select the Format option in the âVCR Set Upâ menu and press . Then press or to select 16:9 or Normal. Finally, press OK.
â¢ When you change channels, switch between input sources or turn the power on and off, the Video TV will switch back to normal mode.
VCR Set Up Tracking Control: OPC: Auto Repeat Colour System: Format:
On Off Normal Auto
Adjusting the Tracking
The tracking condition is automatically adjusted on this Video TV. The AUTO TRACKING message appears while the Video TV is searching for the best tracking condition. However, if streak or snow noise appear on the video playback, you can adjust the tracking condition manually by using the âTracking Controlâ menu in the âVCR Set Upâ menu. To do that: Whilst you are in play mode and by using the menu system, select the Tracking Control menu and press . Press or to select Manual and press . When the tracking meter appears on the screen press or to reduce the picture noise and get the best picture noise. Finally press OK.
â¢ To cancel this function afterwards, select again âAutoâ instead of âManualâ in the step above.
When Connecting to a Sony VCR
VCR Set Up Tracking Control: OPC: Auto Repeat Format: Colour System: On Off Normal Auto
Tracking Control Auto Manual
If you use this Video TV with another Sony VCR, the remote control may accidentally operate both the Video TV and VCR at the same time. The VHS option in the âSet Upâ menu allows you that the remote control operates only this Video TV.
To do that: by using the menu system and after selecting the VHS option, press press or to select Sony. Finally, press OK.
â¢ To cancel this function afterwards, select âOthersâ in the step above.
TV Set Up
VCR Set Up Language Parental Lock: VHS: Picture Rotation:
Off Others 0
Adjusting the Picture with the Optimum Picture Control (OPC)
The âOPCâ option in the âVCR Set Upâ menu allows you to improve playback and recording quality by adjusting the system parameter automatically according to the condition of the video tape. The OPC function works on all types of tapes, even on rental tapes. This function is set to âOnâ at the factory. To maintain better picture quality, we recommend to leave the function on. To do that: Whilst you are in play mode and by using the menu system, select the OPC option and press . Then press or to select On or Off. Finally press OK.
VCR Set Up Tracking Control: Auto Repeat OPC: Format: Colour System: On Off Normal Auto