User manual SONY GV-A500

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Detailed instructions for use are in the User's Guide.

[. . . ] If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station. Before you begin Using this manual 4 Checking supplied accessories 5 Basic operations Installing the AC power adaptor 6 Inserting a cassette 7 Playing back a tape 8 Various playback modes 10 Playing back a dual soundtrack tape 11 Viewing the picture recorded in 16:9 mode 12 Advanced operations Watching on a TV screen 14 Editing onto another tape 17 Recording from a VCR or TV 19 Changing the mode settings 21 Using alternative power sources 24 Using the battery pack 25 Additional Information Charging the vanadium-lithium battery in the VCR 28 Usable cassettes and playback modes 29 Notes on "InfoLITHIUM" battery pack 30 Maintenance information and precautions 32 Using your VCR abroad 36 Trouble check 37 Self-diagnosis display 40 Specifications 45 Identifying the parts 47 Warning indicators 51 Index Back cover Congratulations on your purchase of this Sony "Video Walkman" VCR. As you read through this manual, buttons and settings on the VCR are shown in capital letters. [. . . ] You can change the mode settings in the menu system to further enjoy the features and functions of the VCR. Select TIME CODE to display the RC time code in order to edit more precisely. notes on playing back an NTSC-recorded tape · You can play back tapes recorded in the SP mode only. When you play back on a Multi System TV, select the best mode while watching the picture on the TV. A tape on which you recorded the signal of a TV game or similar machine. LCD COLOUR* Select this item and change the level of the indicator by turning the control dial to adjust the colour intensity of the picture. bEEP* <ON/OFF> · Select ON so that beeps sound when you turn the power on, etc. Note on DISPLAY setting If you press the DISPLAY button with DISPLAY set to V-OUT/LCD, you cannot input an external signal. * These settings are retained even when the battery is removed, as long as the vanadiumlithium battery is charged. As far as the items without an asterisk are concerned, their settings return to the default 5 minutes or more after the battery is removed. Using alternative power sources You can choose any of the following power sources for your VCR: battery pack, mains, and 12/24 V car battery. The battery, however, will get discharged gradually if you do not use the VCR. It will be completely discharged in about 1 year if you do not use the VCR at all. Even if the vanadium-lithium battery is not charged, it will not affect the VCR operation. Connect the VCR to mains using the supplied AC power adaptor, and leave the VCR with the POWER switch turned off for more than 24 hours. Install the fully charged battery pack on the VCR, and leave the VCR with the POWER switch turned off for more than 24 hours. Remove the vanadium-lithium battery, and dispose of the VCR and the vanadium-lithium battery according to the disposal system in your country. When you want to record in the Hi8 system, use only Hi8 video cassettes. Note that if you have used the battery in a hot or cold environment for long time, or you have repeated charging many times, the battery pack may not be able to show the correct time even after being fully charged. After you have used the "InfoLITHIUM" battery pack with an equipment not having the mark, make sure that you use up the battery pack on the equipment having the mark and then recharge fully. Why the remaining battery indication does not match the battery life in the operation manual the battery life is affected by the environmental temperature and conditions. The battery life in the operation manual is measured under the condition of using a fully charged (or normal charged 2)) battery pack in 25°C (77°F). [. . . ] Be sure that nothing metallic comes into contact with the metal parts of the connecting plate. While the unit is in use, particularly during charging, keep it away from AM receivers and video equipment because it will disturb AM reception and video operation. Do not place the unit in locations that are: ­ Extremely hot or cold ­ Dusty or dirty ­ Very humid ­ Vibrating If any difficulty should arise, unplug the unit and contact your nearest Sony dealer. You can use your VCR in any country or area with the supplied AC power adaptor within 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. [. . . ]


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