Philips VR621CAT manual
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VR421C A T VR621C A T Video Cassette Recorder Hookup Pages[...]
OR OR 6 Hookups without a Cable Box/Direct Broadcast System The basic VCR/TV connection – antenna/cable to VCR to TV – is shown below. If you have a Cable Box or a Direct Broadcast System, please see pages eight-nine. If you have a Stereo TV, please see page 10. After you hook up the VCR, go to page 11 to turn on the VCR. (The VR621CAT is illus[...]
CH 4 or CH 3 CH3 / CH4 Switch CH3 CH4 supplied black RF coaxial cable 3 Connect the supplied black RF coaxial cable to the OUT Jack on the back of the VCR and to the ANTENNA IN Jack on the TV. (You may use either a snap-on type (supplied) or screw-on type of coaxial cable, whichever you prefer.) 5 Set the CH3/CH4 switch on the back of the VCR to CH[...]
8 Hookups with a Cable Box/Direct Broadcast System There are two ways to connect your Cable Box/DBS to the VCR. With this connection: ● You may view any channel. ● You must select channels at the Cable Box/DBS. Channels cannot be changed at the VCR. ● You may not view a channel other than the one you are recording. ● You may not program cha[...]
Hookups with a Cable Box/Direct Broadcast System (cont’d) 9 With this connection: ● You may watch one channel while recording another. ● You may not record scrambled channels. Recording One Channel/Watching Another 1 Put the Cable Box/DBS on the same channel as the VCR’s CH3/CH4 switch. Set the TV to the Cable Box/DBS output channel (03 or [...]
10 Hookups with a Stereo TV ● Audio and Video cables are not supplied. 1 Connect the antenna or cable to the ANT(enna) IN Jack on the back of the VCR. 2 Connect a video cable to the yellow VIDEO OUT Jack on the back of the VCR. Then, connect the other end of the video cable to the VIDEO IN Jack on your TV. 3 If you have the VR621CAT, connect a st[...]
Front Panel 27 POWER Button Press to turn the VCR power on and off. PLAY Button Press to play a tape. Press to release Slow, Search, or Still mode and return to playback. Details are on page 41. Press to select an item in the VCR menu. REW(ind) Button When playback is stopped, press to rewind the tape at high speed. During playback, press to rewind[...]
28 Rear Panel AUDIO IN Jack(s) Connect audio cables coming from the AUDIO OUT Jacks of a camcorder, another VCR, or an audio source here. Details are on page 37. If you connect other equipment to the AUDIO and VIDEO IN jacks on the back of the VCR, select channel 001 (AV REAR) at the VCR. This allows you to view or hear the materials playing on the[...]
1 Make the connections shown above. Rerecording (Tape Duplication) 37 3 VCR 2 will record your tape. Insert a blank tape in VCR 2. The VCR must be in VCR position. (The VCR light will appear on the display panel. If it does not, press the VCR/TV button once.) 4 Turn on the TV and set it to channel 03 or 04, whichever channel the CH3/CH4 switch on V[...]