VC-S2000 (serv.man21). Operation Manual - Part 7 - More info about your VCR, Troubleshooting, extras — Sharp VCR User Guide / Operation Manual

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or www.sharp.co.uk/support
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR VCR
VCR DIGITAL DISPLAY
NOTE: 
SELECTING THE OUTPUT FROM THE VCR
If your VCR is connected to your TV with a scart lead, when you start to play a video tape the 
VCR will automatically switch its output so that playback picture is shown on the TV.
In this case ‘VCR’ will appear on the VCR display.
You can manually override this by pressing 
[TV/VCR]
 on the remote control. Now the TV 
broadcast channel will be seen on the TV screen and ‘VCR’ will disappear from the VCR 
display.
Pressing 
[TV/VCR]
 again will return the TV picture to the playback picture.
Some models do not have all the features shown, therefore, they will not appear on the 
display.
L R
1
2
3 4
5
6
7
8
9
10
V PS P DC
VCR
DEC
PR
STOP
AM PM
14
13
SP
12
ET
15
16
LP
11
S-VHS
1.
AUDIO OUTPUT
 
indicators. 
2.
TIMER
 
indicator. 
3.
PLAY
 
indicator. 
4.
RECORDING
 
indicator.
5.
STOP
 
indicator.
6.
VCR TAPE
 indicator. 
7.
PRESET
 
indicator. 
8.
VCR mode
 indicator.
9.
VIDEO PROGRAMMING SYSTEM/
PROGRAMME DELIVERY 
CONTROL
 
indicator. 
10.
DECODER
 indicator.
11.
LONG PLAY
 
indicator.
12.
STANDARD PLAY
 
indicator.
13.
CHILD LOCK
 
indicator.
14.
AM/PM
 
indicators.
15.
S-VHS ET
 indicator.
16.
S-VHS
 indicator
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ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
All the information you need on the VCR status will be summarised on the on-screen display. 
If you are recording, playing back a tape or watching a broadcast on the video channel you 
can call up three standard on-screen displays. The display can be selected by pressing the 
MODE OSD
 button on the remote control, 1,2,3 or 4 times.
1.
AUTO
, the current mode and channel 
number will be displayed for 3 seconds when an 
operation or number button is pressed.
2.
FULL
., all the active features will also be shown 
on screen.
3.
COUNTER
, this display will show the  tape 
counter and amount of tape remaining.
4.
DISPLAY OFF
, this will remove the display 
from the screen.
NOTES: 
The default time and date will not be displayed if the clock has not been set.
The VCR will return to display 
1
. each time it is switched on.
If you are recording from this VCR to another, make sure you remove the display from 
the screen otherwise it will be recorded.
1.
1 CH 5 9
N I CAM
S T E R EO
S P
L
R
COMP
Programme number and channel
Tape Status
NICAM signal
Audio output mode
Tape speed
L1 output status Comp or Y/C
Tape remaining
Time
Date
Tape counter
These 
depend on 
model 
features
2.
1 CH 5 9
S U P E R
P .
  ON
N I CAM
S T E R EO
S P
L
R
COMP
2 2 : 0 0
R EM 1 : 0 5
9 / 0 7   0 0
0 : 0 0 . 0 0
      REM  1:05
0:00.00
3.
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MANUFACTURERS CODES FOR SATELLITE RECEIVERS
The following table is a list of satellite manufacturers’ code numbers. Your VCR will use one of 
these in order to recognise your satellite receiver. The code number must be entered at point 
11
. during installation with a satellite receiver.
Look up your make of satellite receiver.
Use the 
NUMBER BUTTONS
 to enter the first code number listed. For example number 8 
should be entered
 0 0 8
. Continue from point 
12
. (
AUTO INSTALLATION
).
MANUFACTURER
CODES
Sky Digi Box
128
On Digital
PACE
122
AB SAT
123
ALBA
6,9,12,14,16,32,39,45,57,72,79,85
ALLSAT
9,14,85
AMSTRAD/FIDELITY ANKARO HANSEATIC
35,38,41,47,48,49,51,52,55,63,65,76,80,90,109,110 
ARMSTRONG
2,9,12,20,22,36,41,59,73,74,82
BEST/DISKEXPRESS
75
BUSH
9,12,14,72,79
CAMBRIDGE
53
CHANNEL MASTER
12,41
DNT
2,29,31,54,58,64,87,102,118
ECHOSTAR/TECHNISAT/DNT/POLYTRON/RADEX
2,29,31,54,58,64,87,102,118
FERGUSON
9,14,16,45,85
FUBA/TRIASAT/TRIAX/FREECOM
19,37,69,71,94,104,117
G.I.JERROLD
106
GALAXIS/ALDES/PROSAT/SKYMASTER/ANARKO
86,99,78 
GRUNDIG
2,16,23,44,70,91,114,119
HIRSCHMANN
2,11,24,25,30,97 
HUTH
56,61,73,89
JOHANSSON/WINNERSAT
40
KATHREIN
2,9,10,16,17,18,20,22,25,26,27,36,40,59,67,68,74,82,84,88,92,100,105,108,112
LENKO
117
MASPRO
10,26,68,84,116
MATSUI
115
MORGAN
73
NETWORK
9,14
NIKKO
21,28,93,96 
NOKIA
2,3,5,7,8,15,16,29,31,42,46,54,58,64,66,75,87,102,103,111, 129(dBox)
PACE/MANHATTAN/SABA
6,9,14,16,32,45,57,85,120,122,124
PALSAT/NAGAI/PALCOM
27,94
PHILLIPS/VISIOPASS/SONOLOR
2,9,20,22,36,59,74,82,114,123
SALORA/LUXOR
3,5,7,8,15,16,42,46,66,75,103
SATSIE/ STANON
9,12,14,39,72,79  
SCHWAIGER/SIEMENS/TELEDIREKT
85,121
SCIENTIFIC ATALANTA 
13
SEG
9,12,14,19,37,39,69,71,72,79,94,104,117
STRONG/TRISTAR
18
TATUNG/NIKKO/QUADREL
21,28,93,96 
TELEVES
9,14,16,35,38,41,45,47,48,49,51,52,63,65,76,80,85,90,109,11
TPS
125,126
UNIDEN
84
VORTEC/SAMSUNG
11
WISI/TECH
1,2,4,31,33,34,43,50,60,77,81,95,98,101,107,113
ZHENDER
1,2,4,17,18,25,27,31,33,34,40,43,50,60,67,77,81,88,92,94,95,98,100,101,105,107,108
Cable TV
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications are subject to change without notice as part of our policy of 
continuous improvement.
No liability is accepted for any inaccuracies or omissions in this publication, 
although every possible care has been taken to make it complete and as 
accurate as possible.
Format:
VHS PAL/S-VHS/S-VHS ET  standard
Number of heads:
Six heads
Video signal system::
PAL colour or monochrome signal: 
625 lines
Hi-Fi audio recording system:
Deep layer recording system conforming to stereo 
Hi-Fi VHS standard.
Maximum playing time:
240 min. with E-240 video cassette in Standard Play 
(SP) mode
480 min. with E-240 video cassette in Long Play (LP) 
mode
720 min. with E-240 video cassette in Extended Play 
(EP) mode
Tape width:
12.7 mm
Tape speed:
23.39 mm/s Standard Play (SP): 
11.70 mm/s Long Play (LP)
7,8 mm/s Extended Play (EP)
Antenna:
75 
Ω unbalanced
Reception channels:
VHF channel A-J, UHF channel 21-69
RF output signal:
UHF channel 21-69
Power requirement:
AC 230V, 50 Hz
Power consumption:
19 W approx. (POWERSAVE 
≤ 1.5W)
Operating temperature:
5 ˚C  to 40 ˚C
Storage temperature:
-20 ˚C  to 55 ˚C
Video input:
1.0 Vp-p, 75 
Video output:
1.0 Vp-p, 75 
S-Video connections:
IN/OUT
Audio input:
Line1&2: -3.8 dBs, 10 k
Ω, Line 3: -3.8 dBs, 47 kΩ
Audio output:
Line1&2: -3.8 dBs, 1 k
Ω Audio Out: -3.8 dBs, 1 kΩ
Hi-Fi audio:
Dynamic range:~ 90 dB typ. (SP); 
Frequency response: 20 Hz - 20 kHz; 
Wow and flutter: < 0.005% Wrm (JIS A) 
Dimensions:
430(W) x 282.5(D) x 103.5(H) mm
Weight:
4 kg (approx.)
Supplied accessories:
75 
Ω RF Connection cable, operation manual, 
remote control, AA/R6/UM3 battery (x2)
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