Sony BKDW-514 user manual

User manual for the device Sony BKDW-514

Device: Sony BKDW-514
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Date of adding : 2014-03-14 15:57:58
Number of pages: 164
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DIGITAL VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER
DVW-A500/1
DVW-A500P/1
DVW-500/1
DVW-500P/1
CONTROL PANEL
BKDW-515
ANALOG COMPOSITE DECODER BOARD
BKDW-505/506
AUDIO PROGRAM PLAY BOARD
BKDW-507
PARALLEL (50P) INTERFACE KIT
BKDW-509
CONTROL PANEL
BKDW-514
[ English ]
OPERATION MANUAL
1st Edition (Revised 3)
Serial No. 50001 and Higher (DVW-A500/1)
Serial No. 50001 and Higher (DVW-A500P/1)
Serial No. 50001 and Higher (DVW-500/1)
Serial No. 50001 and Higher (DVW-500P/1)
Serial No. 10001 and Higher (BKDW-515)

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For the customers in the United Kingdom WARNING WARNING To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED expose the unit to rain or moisture. IMPORTANT The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance To avoid electrical shock, do not open the with the following code: Green-and-yellow: Earth cobinet. Refer servicing to qualified Blue: Neutral personnel only. Brown: Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not correspond with the colou

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1 1-1 Features ........................................................................................... 1-1 1-1-1 Features of the DVW-A500/1, A500P/1, 500/1 and 500P/1.. 1-1 Overview 1-1-2 Features of the BKDW-515 ................................................... 1-3 1-2 Optional Accessories ...................................................................... 1-5 Chapter 2 2-1 Control Panel ......................................................

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Table of Contents Table of Contents 4-2-8 Setting the Preroll Time (P-ROLL TIME)........................... 4-16 Chapter 4 4-2-9 Selecting DMC Playback (DMC) ........................................ 4-17 Menu Settings 4-2-10 Selecting Program Playback (P.PLAY).............................. 4-17 4-2-11 Recalling Edit Points (LAST EDIT)................................... 4-17 4-3 TC Menu ....................................................................................... 4-18 4-3-1 Setting the

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Table of Contents Chapter 5 5-1 Preparing for Recording ................................................................ 5-1 5-1-1 Setting Switches and Menus .................................................. 5-1 Recording/Playback 5-1-2 Selecting Audio Signals ......................................................... 5-2 5-1-3 Adjusting the Audio Recording Level ................................... 5-3 5-1-4 Monitoring Simultaneous Playback of Video and Audio Signals Being Recorded ............

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Appendix Specifications......................................................................................... A-1 Glossary ................................................................................................. A-5 Menu List .............................................................................................. A-7 Items Related to the Hours Meter (Hs) ........................................... A-7 Items Related to VTR Operations (000s) .

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Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 1 Overview 1-1 Features analog component signals and composite signals (with 1-1-1 Features of the DVW-A500/1, the BKDW-505/506) are digitized into CCIR 601 A500P/1, 500/1 and 500P/1 standard parallel data. Audio data from the AES/EBU digital interface or A/D The DVW-A500/1, A500P/1, 500/1, and 500P/1 converted data from analog input can be selected for Digital Videocassette Recorders adopt the Digital recording. Betacam format, and are differentiated as follows: • T

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Chapter 1 Overview 1-1 Features Independent level controls Advanced Recording and Playback The recording and playback levels of each of the four Functions audio channels can be set indepenently during monitoring of audio level meters. High-quality digital recording The DVW-A500/1 series and DVW-500/1 series adopt component digital video and a four-channel, 20-bit Features for Ease of Operation digital audio recording system using an AES/EBU format with a wide dynamic range. A digital signal Com

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Chapter 1 Overview •Use the PANEL SETUP menu to set control panel 1-1-2 Features of the BKDW-515 operations, such as the keyboard sound output. The BKDW-515 Control Panel provides six menu MAINTENANCE menu screens corresponding to the six operation modes to Use this menu to access the maintenance functions in allow fast and easy adjustment of necessary settings, as conjunction with a video monitor. well as the ability to store menu settings to a memory card for later recall. For details, refer t

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Chapter 1 Overview 1-1 Features DMC (Dynamic Motion Control) editing ® Using the DT (Dynamic Tracking ) heads, you can play back a section of an edit at speeds between –1 and +3 times normal speed, and store the speed variation in memory for later use in automatic editing. Split editing In insert mode, you can set audio and video edit points separately. Preread editing You can perform preread editing using video or digital audio signals recorded on the tape as the edit source for insert editing.

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Chapter 1 Overview 1-2 Optional Accessories The following accessories can be used with the DVW- References A500/1 series and DVW-500/1 series: In addition to this Operation Manual, the following BKDW-505 (for NTSC video format)/BKDW- manuals are available: 506 (for PAL video format) Analog Composite Decoder Board • Installation and Maintenance Manual (supplied with Converts in-coming analog composite video signals to the DVW-A500/1 series, DVW-500/1 series or the digital signals. Allows bridge

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Chapter 1 Overview 1-1 Features 1-6 Chapter 1 Overview

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1 Control Panel The control panel consists of the following sections: memory card insertion slot, editing operations section, tape transport section and search operations •Upper control panel section • Lower control panel: menu operations section, IC Upper control panel Lower control panel IC memory card Search operations section Menu operations section insertion slot Editing ope

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1 Control Panel 2-1-1 Upper Control Panel 1DISPLAY FULL/FINE button 2PHONES jack 3POWER switch 4PHONES level control 5 PB level 6REC level controls 7Audio level meters controls 8Indicator window 9MONITOR SELECT button !ºINPUT SELECT button !¡AUDIO INPUT/MONITOR SELECT buttons !™VIDEO INPUT SELECT buttons !£REMOTE buttons and RS-232C indicator Upper control panel 1 DISPLAY FULL/FINE button 2 PHONES jack Changes the display range of the a

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 4 PHONES level control 8 Indicator window Adjusts the output level to the PHONES jack. The following indicators light up to indicate the VTR’s You can enable this control to simultaneously adjust status. the output level to the MONITOR OUTPUT Indicators and corresponding VTR status connectors on the connector panel. Indicator Status DOLBY NR Lights up when the Dolby NR circuit is For details, refer to “5-1-2 Selecting Audio Signals” on (DV

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1 Control Panel !º INPUT SELECT button !£ REMOTE buttons and RS-232C indicator Selects the audio input signal. Press to light the button Press these buttons to select external equipment to be up, then press one of the AUDIO INPUT/MONITOR used to remotely control the VTR. SELECT buttons to select the type and the channel of 1(9P): Press to select the unit connected to the the audio signal. REMOTE1-IN(9P)/OUT(9P) connectors. The SIF (C

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1-2 Lower Control Panel (Menu Operations Section) 1Menu display 3MEMORY CARD indicator 2Menu buttons 4ACCESS button 5IC memory card insertion slot 6Function buttons 7ALT button 8MAINTENANCE switch 9ALARM indicator Lower control panel (menu operations section) Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-5

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1 Control Panel 1 Menu display 5 IC memory card insertion slot Menus selected by pressing the menu buttons appear Insert IC memory cards here. VTR settings can be here. stored on cards and used to configure the VTR and Each menu shows the functions assigned to each control panel at a later date, thus reducing the time function button ([F1] to [F10]) and information required for set up. necessary for making settings, such as time codes.

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1-3 Lower Control Panel (Editing Operations Section) !ºNumeric buttons and +/– buttons !¡SFT button !™RCL button !£CLR button !¢SET button @£PREREAD indicator @™PLAYER/RECORDER buttons !∞AUDIO IN/OUT buttons @¡REVIEW button !§IN/OUT buttons !¶ENTRY button @ºAUTO EDIT button !•Cursor control buttons !ªPREVIEW button Lower control panel (editing operations section) Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-7

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Chapter 2 Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls 2-1 Control Panel !º Numeric buttons and +/– buttons !ª PREVIEW button Press to input time data or edit points data at the cursor Press to view the results of an edit on a monitor position in menu display. Press buttons 0 to 5 while connected to the recorder VTR without actually holding down the SFT button to input A to F recording the edit. During previewing, the tape moves, (hexadecimal figures) for user bits. Use the +/– but actual


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