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Description of Jacks (continued)

OPTICAL - connect an optical cable (SPDIF) to the OPTICAL jack on the DVD/VCR and Digital Audio Optical Input jack on your receiver.

COAXIAL - connect digital cable to this jack and to the Digital Audio Coaxial Input jack on your receiver. The cable is not a black coaxial cable, but an RCA-type cable.

ON/STANDBY

PLAY/PAUSE

STOP

REV

FWD

OPEN/CLOSE

DVD/VCR

REC

CHANNEL

EJECT

Front of the DVD/VCR (from left to right)

ON/STANDBY – Turns the player on and off. The indicator lights when you turn off the DVD/VCR. PLAY/PAUSE – Press to begin playback. During playback, press to pause.

STOP – Stops disc or tape play.

REV (Reverse) – Searches backward on a disc or tape. FWD (Fast forward) – Searches forward on a disc or tape. OPEN/CLOSE – Opens and closes the disc tray. DVD/VCR – Switches between DVD and VCR modes. REC – In VCR mode, press to begin recording on a tape. CHANNEL -/+ – Press to change the VCR channel. EJECT – Ejects a tape.

Audio/Video Input jacks – Allows you to connect an external video component, such as a camcorder or video game system. (Found behind the door on the right side on the front of the unit.)

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