Additional information, Using your vcr abroad, P. 75) – Sony GV-HD700 User Manual
Using your VCR abroad
You can use your VCR in any country/
region using the AC Adaptor supplied with
the VCR within the AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/
60 Hz range.
Use a commercially available AC plug
adaptor [a], if necessary, depending on the
design of the wall outlet (wall socket) [b].
On TV color systems
Your VCR is NTSC system, so its picture
can only be viewed on an NTSC system TV
with an AUDIO/VIDEO input jack.
Your VCR is PAL system, so its picture can
only be viewed on a PAL system TV with
an AUDIO/VIDEO input jack.
Viewing HDV format pictures recorded
in the HDV format
You need an HDV1080i compatible TV (or
monitor) with a component jack and
AUDIO/VIDEO input jack. A component
video cable and A/V connecting cable are
Viewing DV format pictures recorded
in the DV format
You need a TV with the AUDIO/VIDEO
input jack. A connecting cable is also
Simple setting of the clock by time
When you are abroad, you can easily adjust
the clock to the local time by setting the
time difference. Select [WORLD TIME],
then set the time difference (p. 63).
Bahama Islands, Bolivia,
Canada, Central America, Chile,
Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana,
Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico,
Peru, Surinam, Taiwan,
the Philippines, the U.S.A.,
Australia, Austria, Belgium,
China, Czech Republic,
Denmark, Finland, Germany,
Holland, Hong Kong, Hungary,
Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia,
New Zealand, Norway, Poland,
Slovak Republic, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand,
United Kingdom, etc.
PAL - M
PAL - N
Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay.
Bulgaria, France, Guiana, Iran,
Iraq, Monaco, Russia, Ukraine,