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It took about 24-hours after my payment before I was able to get to the download. Apparently, payment processing is not 100% automated. That is no big deal, just be aware of that going in.
After I got to it, it was in good shape, easy to read, etc. Not some cheap FAX copy looking thing.
Also, this site was the cheapest I found. Another Plus!
Good price, very legible manual, exactly what I needed -- but had to wait a day to actually get the download of the manual. Would have preferred to download it immediately after payment rather than waiting for someone to "process" my order. I was surprised that I had to wait that long.
As the only source for this manual it rather rank quite high since it is well scanned and perfectly readable.
the manual is in good quality and it's in pdf. manual was send in less then 24h.
I would not plug this machine in without finding a manual like this. In addition to setup and normal operating instructions, it has troubleshooting flowcharts, diagrammed mechanical adjustments, and schematics to beat the band. The tech I hand it to would be thrilled to find solder side PCB diagrams with component outlines superimposed, pinouts for every IC chip, and line drawings of transistors, with labeled legs.
As for printing quality, this may be a copy of a copy, but even the finest print when enlarged is very legible. There is a bit of grayed print over a few pages, as if a wet page were placed over it, but the print is still very legible. If you could borrow an original manual and get it printed and bound for 4 to 6 times the cost, you could get better quality. In that case you wouldn't be here. For price, utility, and availability I am rating this manual highly.
Connecting to a VCR or stereo system
How to connect to record on this VCR
This VCR (Recorder) TV
(when recording on this VCR)
Before you start editing â¢ Turn on your TV and set it to the video channel. â¢ Press INPUT SELECT to display âL2â (âL1â or âL3â) in the display window. â¢ Press SP/LP to select the tape speed, SP or LP. â¢ On this VCR, set EDIT to ON in the OPTIONS-1 menu. If the other VCR has a similar function, turn it on also.
LINE-2 IN LINE OUT
VMC-820HG audio/video cable (not supplied) This VCR (Recorder) Other VCR (Player) TV
Insert a source tape with its safety tab removed into the other (playback) VCR. Search for the point to start playback and set it to playback pause. Insert a tape with its safety tab in place into this (recording) VCR. Search for the point to start recording and press P PAUSE. Press r REC on this VCR to set it to recording pause. To start editing, press the P PAUSE buttons on both VCRs at the same time.
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â¦ LINE-3 IN Other VCR (Player)
To stop editing Press the p STOP buttons on both VCRs.
EURO-AV (Scart) VMC-2121HG EURO-AV cable (not supplied) : Signal flow Tip â¢ You can also use the LINE-1 (TV) connector instead. Notes â¢ Make sure you connect the plugs to jacks of the same colour. â¢ If the other VCR is a monaural type, leave the red plugs unconnected. â¢ If you connect this VCR to both the LINE IN and LINE OUT jacks of the other VCR, select the input correctly to prevent a humming noise. â¢ If the other VCR does not have a EURO-AV (Scart) connector, use the VMC-2106HG cable instead and connect the cable to the line out jacks of the other VCR. Tip â¢ To cut out unwanted scenes while editing, press P PAUSE on this VCR when an unwanted scene begins. When it ends, press P PAUSE again to resume recording. Note â¢ If you start editing following the procedure above, the VCR wonât start recording with the OPC function. To record a tape with the OPC function, press r REC again during recording pause in step 3 so the VCR analyses the tape. Then, when you start editing in step 4, press P PAUSE after the OPC indicator stops flashing. If you press P PAUSE before the OPC indicator stops flashing, the OPC function is cancelled.
How to connect to a stereo system
Connect the LINE-2 IN AUDIO L/R jacks on this VCR to the audio output jacks on the stereo system, using the RK-C510HG audio cable (not supplied).
This feature lets you record over the normal audio track. The monaural sound previously recorded is replaced while the original hi-fi sound remains unchanged. Use this feature to add commentary to a tape that you have recorded with a camcorder. Before you startâ¦ â¢ Connect a playback source to the LINE-2 IN AUDIO L/R jacks on the front panel. â¢ Turn on the TV and set it to the video channel.
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Press AUDIO DUB. The programme position changes âL2,â and the the display window. indicator appears in
To start editing, press the P PAUSE buttons on this VCR and the stereo system (or other VCR) at the same time. When the counter reaches â0H00M00S,â audio dubbing stops automatically.
To stop while editing Press p STOP on this VCR and the stereo system (or other VCR).
Note â¢ After you use this feature, the audio in playback mode is automatically set to monaural.
To listen to both the hi-fi and normal audio Set AUDIO MIX to ON in the OPTIONS-1 menu (page 66). Use this feature to listen to dubbed audio over the original hi-fi audio. When AUDIO MIX is set to ON, the AUDIO MONITOR button does not function. Remember to reset AUDIO MIX to OFF after playing the tape.
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Insert a source tape into the stereo system (or the playback VCR). Search for the point to start playback and set it to playback pause. Insert a prerecorded tape with its safety tab in place into this (recording) VCR. Search for the end of the section to be replaced and press P PAUSE. Press CLEAR to reset the counter to â0H00M00S.â Rewind the prerecorded tape to the beginning of the section to be replaced. The VCR enters pause mode.