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Sony 3-293-880-11(1) Manual
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140 pages 6.95 Mb
2WARNING 3Precautions 10Guide to Parts and Controls 12Front panel A[/1 (on/standby) (24) B(remote sensor) (22) CDisc tray (31) DFront panel display (13) EZ (open/close) (31) FN (play) (49, 90) Gx (stop) (49, 80, 90) Hz REC (31) IHDD (31) Jx REC STOP (31) KPROGRAM +/– (31) LINPUT (input select) (47) MLINE 2 IN (S VIDEO/VIDEO/ L(MONO) AUDIO R) jacks (27) NONE-TOUCHDUB (72, 76) ODV IN jack (74) P USB jack (type A) (78, 84) QPictBridge USB jack (type B) (94) To lock the recorder (Child Lock) 13Front panel display ASYNCHRO REC indicator (47) BDisplays the following: CNTSC indicator (101, 106) DVPS/PDC indicator (44) ETimer indicator (43) FDisc type GCommand Mode indicator (115) HRecording status IDubbing direction indicator JPlaying status 14Rear panel 15Hooking Up the Recorder 16Step 1: Connecting the Aerial Cable 17Step 2: Connecting the Video Cords/HDMI Cord 20Step 3: Connecting the Audio Cords/HDMI Cord 21Step 4: Connecting the Mains Lead 22Step 5: Preparing the Remote 24Step 6: Easy Setup 26Connecting a VCR or Similar Device 28Connecting to a Satellite or Digital Tuner 29Connecting an External Decoder 302 Select “Initial Setup,” and press 3 Select “Video In/Out,” and press 4 Select “LINE 3 Out,” and press 7 Press M/m to select “Decoder,” and press ENTER 9 Select “Tuner,” and press ENTER 10 Select “Manual CH Setting,” and press ENTER 11 Select “Next Screen,” and press 12 Select your country/region, and press 13 Select the desired programme position using PROG +/– or number buttons 17 Press SYSTEM MENU to exit the menu 311.Inserting a Disc 323 Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode 4 Press z REC To stop recording To pause recording To watch another TV programme while recording Checking the disc status while recording Press DISPLAY during recording To turn off the display 333.Playing the Recorded Programme (Title List) 374.Changing the Name of a Recorded Programme 1 Press TITLE LIST 2 Select a title using M/m, and press 3 Select “Edit” using M/m, and press 4 Select “Title Name” using M/m, and press ENTER 6 Select “Upper case” or “Lower case” using 7 Press 9 Press x (or select “OK,” and press ENTER) 385. Labelling and Protecting a Disc 427. Reformatting a Disc 43Timer Recording 46Checking/Changing Cancelling Timer Settings (Timer List) 47Recording from Connected Equipment Recording from connected equipment with a timer (Synchro Rec.) 1 Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode To cancel Synchro Rec before recording starts 48Recording from connected equipment without a timer 2 Press INPUT to select an input source according to the connection you made 4 Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode 6 Press z REC If you connect a DV camcorder with a DV IN jack If you connect an HDD camcorder with a USB jack 49Playing 58Before Editing 59Erasing and Editing a Title 60Erasing a section of a title (A-BErase) 2 Select “A-BErase,” and press 3 Select point A using m/M or H, and press 4 Select “From,” and press ENTER 5 Press H 6 Select point B using m/M or H, and press 7 Select “To,” and press ENTER 8 Select “Yes,” and press ENTER To cancel “A-BErase” Dividing a title (Divide) 2 Select “Divide,” and press ENTER 3 Select the dividing point using m Mor H, and press 61Erasing and Editing a Chapter 62Dividing a chapter (Divide) 2 Select a chapter using Erasing a chapter (Erase) 2 Select a chapter using ,, and press ENTER 4 Select “Yes,” and press ENTER Combining multiple chapters (Combine) 2 Move the combining bar using ,, and press ENTER 63Creating and Editing a Playlist 65Before Dubbing 66HDD/DVD Dubbing Dubbing Using Dubbing List 69Making a Backup Disc (DVD Backup) 70Before HDD Camcorder Dubbing 72TOUCH DUB) Dubbing from HDD Camcorder Using the On- Screen Display (HDD- Cam Dubbing) 76Dubbing an Entire DV Format Tape (DV One Touch Dubbing) Dubbing Selected Scenes (DV Manual Dubbing) 77Playing from a DV Camcorder 78About Jukebox Preparing for Using Jukebox 796 Select “Edit” using M/m, and press 8 Select “Yes” using ,, and press ENTER To cancel copying Copying audio tracks (DISC t HDD) 1 Insert a disc that you are going to copy to the HDD 3 Select “Dubbing,” and press ENTER 4 Select “DVD/CD ->HDD” using M/m, and press ENTER Copying tracks or albums on the HDD (HDD y HDD) 3 Select “Listen to Music / Edit,” and press ENTER 5 Select an album using M/m, and press ENTER 6 Select a track to copy using M/m, and press 7 Select “Edit” using M/m, and press 10 Select “Yes” using ,, and press ENTER 80Playing Audio Tracks Using Jukebox/USB Device 83Managing Audio Tracks on the Music Jukebox (HDD only) 84About the “Photo Album” Function 853 Select “Photo Album,” and press 4 Select the item, and press ENTER 5 Select an album or JPEG image file using M/m, and press 6 Select “Multi-Mode”using M/m, and press ENTER 7 Select an album or JPEG image file, and press ENTER 9 Press 10 Select “Copy to HDD,” and press 11 Select “Yes,” and press ENTER Copying all JPEG image files from the connected USB device (USB t DVD-RW DVD-R) 1 Connect the USB device to the USB jack on the recorder 2 Insert a blank DVD-RW/DVD-R(Video mode) 3 Press SYSTEM MENU 4 Select “Photo Album,” and press 86Copying JPEG image files or albums on the HDD 877 Select an album, and press ENTER Copying JPEG image files to a disc (HDD t DVD-RW/DVD-R) 1 Follow steps 1 to 4 of “Copying JPEG image albums to a disc (HDD t DVD-RW/DVD-R)” on page 2 Select an album using M/m, and press ENTER 3 Select a JPEG image file using M/m, and press 4 Select “Multi-Mode,”and press 5 Select a JPEG image file, and press 7 Press 88Using the “Photo Album” List 94Printing JPEG Image Files 96Adjusting Picture Quality 99Disc Settings (Disc Setup) 100Recorder Settings (Basic) 102Aerial Reception Settings (Tuner) 105Video Settings (Video In/ Out) 106Audio Input Settings (Audio In) 113HDMI Settings (HDMI Output) 118Troubleshooting 119TV programme reception does not fill the screen TV programme pictures are distorted TV channels cannot be changed The picture does not fill the screen The picture is black and white Sound There is no sound 120No sound is output from the HDMI OUT jack Sound distortion occurs Sound is noisy The sound volume is low An alternate audio track cannot be recorded or played Recording/Timer recording/ Editing 121Recording does not stop after you press Contents previously recorded were erased Playback The recorder does not play any type of disc (except HDD) The recorder does not start playback from the beginning The recorder starts playing automatically Playback stops automatically The language for the sound track cannot be changed 122The subtitle language cannot be changed or turned off The angles cannot be changed The DivX video files do not play The MP3 audio tracks do not play The JPEG image files do not play TV Pause does not work Recording from the connected equipment with a timer Synchro-Recordingdoes not complete 123Dubbing You dubbed a title, but the title did not appear in the HDD Title List High-speeddubbing is not possible HDD/DVD Dubbing is not possible Display The clock has stopped The clock is wrong The timer indicator is flashing Remote control The remote does not function Others Display language on the screen switches automatically The ‘BRAVIA’ Sync features do not operate 124Resetting the Recorder 125Recordable and Playable Discs 127Playable Discs 128About Recording Dubbing Mode 132Language Code List Country/Area Code 133Notes About This Recorder 134Notes on MP3 Audio Tracks, JPEG Image Files, DivX Video Files, and i.Link 136Specifications