Panasonic AJSD955A--Video Cassette Recorder user manual download

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Setup menus
The underlined items indicates the initial setting.
USER menu
<AUDIO>
No./Item
Description
No./Item
Description
721
MONI CH SEL
This selects
the monitor output.
0000
MANU
:
The output signal is as selected in MONITOR
SELECT buttons.
0001
AUTO
:
PCM AUDIO output is selected within the
–0.43 (–0.5)
a
to +1
a
speed range; CUE is
automatically selected for all other tape
speeds.
<Note>
The value for the DV/DVCAM tape is shown in
parenthesis (
).
0002
PCM
:
The PCM AUDIO signal is output over the
–10
a
to +10
a
range.
<Note>
This setup menu’s setting takes effect when CH1,
CH2, CH3 or CH4 has been selected by the L
and R MONITOR SELECT buttons on the front
panel. (If CUE has been selected, the cue signal
will be output at all the speeds regardless of the
setup menu’s setting.)
722
REC CH1
This selects the input signal to be recorded
on the audio CH1 track.
0000
CH1
:
Audio input CH1 signal.
0001
CH2
:
Audio input CH2 signal.
0002
CH1+2
:
Mixed audio input CH1 and CH2
signal.
723
REC CH2
This selects the input signal to be recorded
on the audio CH2 track.
0000
CH1
:
Audio input CH1 signal.
0001
CH2
:
Audio input CH2 signal.
0002
CH1+2
:
Mixed audio input CH1 and CH2
signal.
724
REC CH3
This selects the input signal to be recorded
on the audio CH3 track.
0000
CH3
:
Audio input CH3 signal
0001
CH4
:
Audio input CH4 signal
0002
CH3+4
:
Mixed audio input CH3 and CH4
signal
725
REC CH4
This selects the input signal to be recorded
on the audio CH4 track.
0000
CH3
:
Audio input CH3 signal
0001
CH4
:
Audio input CH4 signal
0002
CH3+4
:
Mixed audio input CH3 and CH4
signal
726
REC CUE
This selects the input signal recorded in CUE.
0001
CH1
:
Audio CH1 input
0002
CH2
:
Audio CH2 input
0003
CH1+2
:
Audio CH1 and CH2 MIX signal
0004
CH3
:
Audio CH3 input
0005
CH4
:
Audio CH4 input
0006
CH3+4
:
Audio CH3 and CH4 MIX signal
0007
CH1~4
:
Audio CH1, CH2, CH3 and CH4
mixed signals
727
PB FADE
This selects the processing method for the
audio edit points (IN point, OUT point) during
playback.
0000
AUTO
:
According to the status during
recording.
0001
CUT
:
Forced CUT
0002
FADE
:
Forced FADE
728
EMBEDDED
AUD
This selects whether to superimpose the
audio data onto the serial output.
0000
OFF
:
Data is not superimposed.
0001
ON
:
Data is superimposed.
731
CUE OUT SEL
This selects whether or not the cue signal is
to be output to the main line output in the
search mode.
0000
OFF
:
CUE is not output.
0001
ON
:
CUE is output.
<Notes>
O
This function works only when a setting
other than MANU has been selected by
setup menu No. 721 (MONI CH SEL).
O
The main signal system output channels
used for the CUE output differ depending on
the setting selected by setup menu No. 735
(MON AUTO SEL).
When L/R is selected:
CUE is output to CH1 to CH4.
When L is selected:
CUE is output to CH1 and CH3.
When R is selected:
CUE is output to CH2 and CH4.
O
When PCM has been selected as the setup
menu No. 721 (MONI CH SEL) setting, PCM
is output.
733
CUE OUT
This selects the timing for the output picture
and CUE output when CUE has been selected
for monitor output.
0000
NORMAL
:
The timing is aligned with the
output picture.
0001
DIRECT
:
Whatever has been recorded on
the tape is output with no delay.
<Note>
When DIRECT has been selected, the timing of
the output picture and that of the cue output are
not aligned properly.
Sample