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DVD Recorder + VCR
DVD Recorder + VCR
DF-4100P/4150P/8100P/8150P
User Manual
P/N : 97P95600P0-46
HELP LINE ; 0870 100 2525
With queries, please quote the page number,
reference number and model number.
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  • Page 1

    HELP LINE ; 0870 100 2525
    With queries, please quote the page number,
    reference number and model number.

    DVD Recorder + VCR
    DF-4100P/4150P/8100P/8150P
    User Manual

    P/N : 97P95600P0-46
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    Safety Instructions
    INTRODUCTION

    Please keep the DVD Recorder+VCR’s guarantee sheet and receipt in a safe place.

    Precautions
    • Read this booklet carefully.
    • Make sure the rating of your household electricity supply matches that
    shown on the back of your DVD Recorder+VCR.
    • Read this page and chapter ‘Setting up your DVD Recorder+VCR’ to help you
    set up and adjust your product correctly.
    • Do not put the DVD Recorder+VCR in a hot or humid place.
    • Do not open the DVD Recorder+VCR. Get a qualified technician to carry out
    any repairs.
    • Do not connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to the power supply if you have just
    moved it from a cold environment to a warm room. This can lead to
    condensation inside the DVD Recorder+VCR, which can damage it. Wait for
    approx. 2 hrs for it to reach room temperature.
    • Make sure the DVD Recorder+VCR is placed at least 10 cm apart from other
    home appliances or obstacles to ensure sufficient ventilation.
    • The apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no
    objects filled with liquids, such as vases should be placed on top of the
    recorder.
    • Before a storm and/or lightning, unplug the DVD Recorder+VCR from the
    mains supply and aerial.
    • Put the recorder on a steady flat surface.
    • Only clean the recorder with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use harsh or
    alcohol- based cleaning agents.

    For your own Safety
    • There are no components in this product you can service or repair yourself.
    • Do not open the case of the DVD Recorder+VCR. Only allow a qualified
    engineer to repair or service your DVD Recorder+VCR.
    • This DVD Recorder+VCR is designed to work continuously. Switching it off
    (stand-by mode) does not disconnect it from the mains. To disconnect it from
    the mains you have to unplug it.

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    Important Safeguards
    CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN

    CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
    SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
    BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
    INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
    QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.

    The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
    within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
    alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
    ‘dangerous voltage‘ within the product’s
    enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
    to constitute a risk of electric shock.
    The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
    is intended to alert the user to the presence of
    important operating and servicing instructions in
    the literature accompanying the appliance.

    WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN
    CAUTION

    OR MOISTURE.
    TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.

    IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
    LASER

    This Digital Video Disc Player employs a Laser System. To ensure proper use of this product please
    read this owner’s manual carefully and retain for future reference. Should the unit require
    maintenance, contact an authorized service location - see service procedure.
    Use of control adjustments or the performance of procedures other than those specified may result
    in hazardous radiation exposure.
    To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure. Visible laser
    radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
    DO NOT STARE INTO THE BEAM.

    DANGER Visible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated.
    Avoid direct exposure to beam.

    CAUTION Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts inside the

    CLASS 1
    LASER PRODUCT

    Unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.

    CAUTION

    Any changes or modification in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by
    the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

    • Make sure the unit should be placed at least 8cm apart from the other home appliances or the obstacles to
    get sufficient ventilation.
    • This unit shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall
    be placed on this unit.
    • Switching it off does not disconnect it from the mains (stand-by). To disconnect it from the mains, you have to
    unplug it.

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    Important Safeguards

    1

    READ INSTRUCTIONS
    All the safety and operating instructions should
    be read before the unit is operated.

    2

    RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS

    10 POWER SOURCES

    The safety and operating instructions should be
    retained for future reference.

    3

    HEED WARNINGS
    All warnings on the unit and in the operating
    instructions should be adhered to.

    4

    FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
    All operating and use instructions should be
    followed.

    5

    CLEANING
    Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before
    cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
    cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

    6

    ATTACHMENTS
    Do not use attachments unless recommended by
    the unit’s manufacturer as they may cause
    hazards.

    7

    WATER AND MOISTURE
    Do not use this unit near water- for example, near
    a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry
    tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.

    8

    ACCESSORIES
    Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
    tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall,
    causing serious injury to a child or adult as well
    as serious damage to the unit. Use this unit only
    with a cart, stand , tripod, bracket, or table
    recommended by the manufacturer.

    8A A unit and cart combination
    should be moved with care.
    Quick stops, excessive force,
    and uneven surfaces may
    cause the product and cart
    combination to overturn.

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    ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the unit
    and to protect it from overheating. These
    openings must not be blocked or covered. These
    openings must not be blocked by placing the unit
    on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This
    unit should never be placed near or over a
    radiator or heat radiator. This unit should not be
    placed in a built-in installation such as a
    bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is
    provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have
    been adhered to.

    PORTABLE CART WARNING
    (symbol provided by RETAC)

    VENTILATION
    Slots and openings in the case are provided for

    This unit should be operated only from the type of
    power source indicated on the marking label. If
    you are not sure of the type of power supply to
    your home, consult your dealer or local power
    company. For units intended to operate from
    battery power, or other sources, refer to the
    operating instructions.

    11 GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION
    This unit is equipped with a polarized alternating
    -current line plug (a plug having one blade wider
    than the other). This plug will fit into the power
    outlet only one way.
    This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert
    the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the
    plug. If the plug still fails to fit, contact your
    electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.To
    prevent electric shock, do not use this polarized
    plug with an extension cord, receptacle, or other
    outlet unless the blades can be fully inserted
    without blade exposure. If you need an extension
    cord, use a polarized cord.

    12 POWER-CORD PROTECTION
    Power-supply cords should be routed so that they
    are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
    placed upon or against them, paying particular
    attention to cords at plugs, convenience
    receptacles, and the point where they exit from
    the unit.

    13 LIGHTNING
    For added protection for this unit during a
    lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and
    unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
    the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or
    cable system. This will prevent damage to the
    unit due to lightning and power line surges.

    14 DISC TRAY
    Keep your fingers well clear of the disc as it is

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    INTRODUCTION

    This set has been designed and manufactured to
    assure personal safety. Improper use can result in
    electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards
    incorporated in this unit will protect you if you
    observe the following procedures for installation, use
    and servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does
    not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.



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    Important Safeguards

    closing. It may cause serious personal injury.

    15 OVERLOADING
    Do not overload wall outlets of extension cords
    as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

    16 OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY
    Never push objects of any kind into this unit
    through openings as they may touch dangerous
    voltage points or ‘short-out’ parts that could
    result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid
    of any kind on the unit.

    17 BURDEN
    Do not place a heavy object on or step on the
    product. The object may fall, causing serious
    personal injury and serious damage to the
    product.

    18 DISC
    Do not use a cracked, deformed or repaired disc.
    These discs are easily broken and may cause
    serious personal injury and product malfunction.

    19 SERVICING
    Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as
    opening or removing covers may expose you to
    dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
    servicing to qualified service personnel.

    20 DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE

    A.
    B.
    C.
    D.

    E.
    F.

    Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer
    servicing to qualified service personnel under the
    following conditions.
    When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
    If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
    into the unit.
    If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
    If the unit does not operate normally by following
    the operating instructions. Adjust only those
    controls that are covered by the operating
    instructions. Improper adjustment of other
    controls may result in damage and will often
    require extensive work by a qualified technician
    to restore the unit to its normal operation.
    If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has
    been damaged.
    When the unit exhibits a distinct change in
    performance-this indicates a need for service.

    21 REPLACEMENT PARTS
    When replacement parts are required, have the
    service technician verify that the replacements he

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    uses have the same safety characteristics as the
    original parts. Use of replacements specified by
    the unit manufacturer can prevent fire, electric
    shock, or other hazards.

    22 SAFETY CHECK
    Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
    unit, ask the service technician to perform safety
    checks recommended by the manufacturer to
    determine that the unit is in safe operating
    condition.

    23 WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING
    The product should be mounted to a wall or
    ceiling only as recommended by the
    manufacturer.

    24 HEAT
    The product should be situated away from heat
    sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
    or other products (including amplifiers) that
    produce heat.



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    Table of Contents
    Recording

    Safety Instructions ____________________________1
    Important Safeguards _________________________2
    Table of Contents ______________________________5
    Overview ______________________________________6
    Identification of Controls_______________________10

    Basic Recording________________________________43

    Connections

    Recording from TV
    One Touch Record (OTR)
    Checking the Recording Time
    To Pause the Recording
    One Touch Copy - DVD to VHS
    Copy Edit (DVD ➝ VCR)
    One Touch Copy - VHS to DVD
    Copy Edit (VCR ➝ DVD)

    43
    44
    44
    44
    45
    45
    46
    46

    Timer Recording _______________________________47

    Connecting Antenna/Cable ____________________15
    Connecting a TV _______________________________16
    Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver _____________17
    Connecting Optional Equipment ______________18
    Connecting a Digital Camcorder ______________18

    Timer Recording using Manual Set
    Record Screen
    Timer Recording using VideoPlus
    system
    Canceling a Timer Recording
    Stopping a Timer Recording in
    Progress
    Timer Recording Troubleshooting

    47
    48
    49
    49
    49

    Recording from an External Input _____________50

    Setup
    Initial Installation ______________________________19
    Initial Setup____________________________________21
    Setup Menu Overview
    Menu Navigation
    INSTALLATION Settings
    RECORDING OPTIONS Settings
    LANGUAGE Settings
    PREFERENCES / Video Settings
    PREFERENCES / Audio Settings
    PREFERENCES / Parental Controls
    PREFERENCES / Auto Settings
    PREFERENCES / VCR
    System Information
    Restore Defaults

    21
    21
    21
    24
    25
    27
    28
    29
    31
    32
    32
    32

    On-Screen Display Overview __________________33

    Editing
    DISC Initialize __________________________________52
    Disc Menu _____________________________________52
    Title Menu _____________________________________55
    Editing _________________________________________57

    Reference
    Troubleshooting _______________________________59
    Technical Specifications ________________________61

    Playback
    DVD Playback _________________________________36
    VCR Playback _________________________________39
    Other Disc Playback __________________________41

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    INTRODUCTION

    Introduction



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    Overview
    DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW?
    What is a DVD?
    DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) is a storage medium that combines the convenience of the compact disc with the
    latest digital video technology. DVD video uses modern MPEG2 data compression technology that enables an
    entire feature film to be stored on a single five inch disc.

    How good is the resolution of DVD compared with VHS?
    The razor-sharp digital images have more than 500 lines of resolution at 720 pixels per line. This is more than
    twice as high as VHS and even better than laser disc quality. DVD picture quality is easily comparable to the
    digital masters produced in recording studios.

    What is a DVD+RW?
    DVD+ReWritable uses ‘phase change‘ media, the same technology on which rewritable CDs are based. A highperformance laser is used to change the reflective properties of the recording layer; this process can be
    repeated more than a thousand times.

    What is a DVD+R?
    Unlike a DVD+RW disc, a DVD+R (write-once DVD) can only be written to once. If it is not finalized after a
    recording, further recordings can be added to it. Old recordings can be deleted but they can no longer be
    overwritten. The deleted recordings (titles) are marked 'deleted title'.
    Before a DVD+R can be played in a DVD player, it must be finalized in the DVD Recorder+VCR. Once this
    process is complete, no further recordings can be added.

    What can I do with my DVD Recorder+VCR?
    Your DVD Recorder+VCR is a machine for recording and playing back digital video discs with ‘two-way‘
    compatibility with the universal DVD video standard. This means:
    • existing DVD video discs can be played on the recorder.
    • recordings made on your DVD Recorder+VCR can be played on other DVD video players and DVD-ROM
    drives.

    Regional code

    2

    ALL

    If the region number on your DVD disc does not correspond to the region
    number of this player, the disc cannot be played.

    Which discs you can use
    The following discs can be used in your DVD Recorder+VCR:

    Playback and recording
    DVD+RW (Digital Versatile Disc + ReWritable)
    DVD+R (Digital Versatile Disc + Write-Once)

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    Overview

    DVD Video (Digital Versatile Disc)
    DVD-R (DVD-Recordable): These discs can only be played back if the recording was made in ‘Video mode‘ and
    the recording was finalized.
    DVD-RW (DVD-Rerecordable): These discs can only be played back if the recording was made in ‘Video mode‘
    and the recording was finalized.
    Audio CD (Compact Disc Digital Audio)
    CD-R (CD recordable) Audio/ MP3 files
    CD-RW (CD rewritable) Audio/ MP3 files
    • Not all recordable CDs may be played by your player.

    Disc-related Terms
    Title (DVD only)
    The main film, accompanying feature content, or music album. Each title is assigned a title reference number
    enabling you to locate it easily.

    Chapter (DVD only)
    Sections of a movie or a musical piece that are smaller than titles. A title is composed of one or several
    chapters. Each chapter is assigned a number to enable you to easily locate the chapter you want. Depending on
    the disc, chapters may not be labeled.

    Track (Audio CD only)
    Sections of a movie or a musical piece on an audio CD. Each track is assigned a number, enabling you to easily
    locate the track you want.

    About DVD Recording
    Notes on Recording
    • The recording times shown are not exact because the DVD Recorder+VCR uses variable bit-rate video
    compression. This means that the exact recording time will depend on the material being recorded.
    • When recording a TV broadcast, if the reception is poor or the picture contains interference, the recording
    times may be shorter.
    • Discs recorded at high speeds (equal to or greater than 2X) may not be recognized.
    • If you record still pictures or audio only, the recording time may be longer.
    • The displayed times for recording and time remaining may not always add up to the exact length of the
    disc.
    • The available recording time may decrease if you heavily edit a disc.
    • When using a DVD+R disc, you can keep recording until the disc is full, or until you finalize the disc. Before
    you start a recording session, check the amount of recording time left on the disc.

    Recording TV Audio Channels
    The DVD Recorder+VCR can record one or two channel audio. For TV broadcasts, this usually means mono or
    stereo, but some programs are broadcast in bilingual audio channel. You can record either BIL I, BIL II or both.

    Restrictions on Video Recording
    • You cannot record copy-protected video using this DVD Recorder+VCR. Copy-protected video includes DVD-

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    INTRODUCTION

    Playback only



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    Overview

    Video discs and some satellite broadcasts. If copy-protected material is encountered during a recording,
    recording will pause or stop automatically and an error message will be displayed on-screen.
    • Video that is ‘copy-once only’ can only be recorded using DVD+RW discs with CPRM.

    Copyright Notice
    • Audio and video recordings you make using the DVD Recorder+VCR are for your personal use only. You may
    not sell, lend, or rent them to other people.
    • This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain
    U.S.patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights
    owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
    intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
    corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.

    Precautions
    Handling the Unit
    When shipping the unit
    The original shipping carton and packing materials come in handy. For maximum protection, re-pack the
    unit as it was originally packaged at the factory.
    When setting up the unit
    The picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR, or radio may be distorted during playback. In this case, position
    the unit away from the TV, VCR, or radio, or turn off the unit after removing the disc.
    To keep the surface clean
    Do not use volatile liquids, such as insecticide spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber or plastic products
    in contact with the unit for a long period of time. They will leave marks on the surface.

    Cleaning the Unit
    To clean the cabinet
    Use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild
    detergent solution. Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, or thinner, as these might damage
    the surface of the unit.
    To obtain a clear picture
    The DVD Recorder+VCR is a high-tech, precision device. If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts are
    dirty or worn, the picture quality will be poor. Regular inspection and maintenance are recommended after
    every 1,000 hours of use. (This depends on the operating environment.) For details, please contact your
    nearest dealer.

    Remote Control Operation Range
    Point the remote control at the remote sensor and press the buttons.
    Distance: Within 23 ft (7 m) of the remote sensor.
    Angle: Within 30° in each direction of the remote sensor.

    Remote Control Battery Installation
    Detach the battery cover on the rear of the remote control, and insert two AAA
    batteries. Make sure the polarities (+ and -) are aligned correctly.
    Caution
    Do not mix old and new batteries. Never mix different types of batteries (standard,
    alkaline, etc.).

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    Overview

    INTRODUCTION

    Notes on Discs
    Handling Discs
    Do not touch the playback side of the disc. Hold the disc by the edges
    so that fingerprints will not get on the surface. Do not stick paper or
    tape on the disc.

    Storing Discs
    After playing, store the disc in its case.
    Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources of heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
    sunlight, as there may be a considerable temperature increase inside the car.

    Cleaning Discs
    Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor picture quality and
    sound distortion. Before playing, clean the disc with a clean cloth.
    Wipe the disc from the center outward.
    Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine, thinner,
    commercially available cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for older
    vinyl records.

    Yes

    No

    About Symbols
    About the

    Symbol

    ‘ ‘ may appear on the TV screen during operation. This icon means the function explained in this User's Guide
    is not available on that specific disc.

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    Identification of Controls
    Front Panel
    !

    @

    ^ *) 2
    & (1

    ! STANDBY/ON
    Turns the DVD Recorder+VCR on and off.
    Lock/Unlock the front panel and Remote control
    by pressing and holding it over 5 seconds.
    @ Cassette Compartment (VCR deck)
    Insert a video cassette here.
    # EJECT (VCR)
    Ejects the tape in the VCR deck.
    $ Disc Tray (DVD deck)
    Insert a disc here.
    % OPEN/CLOSE (DVD)
    Opens or closes the disc tray.
    ^ REW
    DVD: Skips to previous chapter.
    VCR: Rewinds the tape during Stop mode. Press
    during Play mode for fast reverse picture search.
    & DISC MENU
    * PLAY/PAUSE
    Starts playback of a disc or tape. Pauses playback
    or recording temporarily.
    ( STOP
    Stops playback.
    ) FF
    DVD: Skips to next chapter.

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    #

    3

    $

    45

    %

    6 7

    VCR: Advances the tape during Stop mode. Press
    during Play mode for fast forward picture search.
    1 REC SPEED
    2 SELECT DVD/VCR
    Toggles control between the DVD deck and the
    VCR deck.
    3 Front Panel Display
    Shows the current status of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR.
    4 PR+/–
    Scans up or down through memorized channels.
    Also moves up and down in DVD navigation
    menus.
    5 REC
    Starts recording. Press repeatedly to set the
    recording time. Lights red when the DVD
    Recorder+VCR is recording.
    6 AVF (VIDEO, L-AUDIO-R)
    Connects to the audio/video output of an external
    source (VCR, Camcorder, etc.).
    DF-8100P/8150P only
    7 DV IN
    Connects to the DV output of a digital camcorder,
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    Identification of Controls

    INTRODUCTION

    Front Panel Display
    ! @

    #

    $ %

    2

    ! Indicates a VHS tape is inserted in the VCR deck.
    @ Circle : Indicates the VCR is recording.
    Clock : Indicates a VCR Timer Recording is set.
    # Indicates that a stereo broadcast is being
    received.
    $ Indicates when the DVD Recorder+VCR is playing
    or recording a tape with Hi-Fi sound.
    % Indicates the DVD Recorder+VCR is in TV mode
    (as set by the [TV/DVD] button).
    ^ Indicates the current Repeat mode.
    & Indicates when the DVD Recorder+VCR is locked.
    * Indicates when the DVD Recorder+VCR is
    outputting the video signal in Progressive Scan
    mode.
    ( Disc Type indicators
    Indicates the type of disc loaded.

    ^

    & *

    3

    (

    ) 1

    4

    ) Circle : Indicates a DVD+R(+RW) is recording.
    Clock : Indicates a DVD Timer recording is set.
    1 Indicates a disc is inserted in the DVD deck.
    2 Indicates the current Recording mode.
    3 Front Panel Display Message
    Indicates clock, total playing time, elapsed time,
    remaining time, title number, chapter/track
    number, channel, VCR counter, etc.
    4 DTS: Indicates a DVD is playing with a DTS
    soundtrack.
    Dolby : Indicates a DVD is playing with a Dolby
    Digital soundtrack.

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    Identification of Controls

    Remote Control
    Turns the DVD Recorder+VCR on and off.
    - Opens and closes the disc tray in DVD mode.
    - Ejects the tape in the VCR deck in VCR mode.
    Selects DVD mode.
    Selects VCR mode.
    Switches between the DVD Recorder+VCR tuner and your TV tuner.
    Switches the view on your TV to the DVD Recorder+VCR tuner.
    - Selects numbered options in menus.
    - Selects TV channels.
    - Manually adjusts tracking.
    Resets the tape counter in VCR mode.
    Press and hold for 3 seconds to switch between Progressive Scan and
    Interlace Scan mode.
    Accesses DVD disc menus.
    Displays or exits the Setup menu.
    Edits chapters or splits titles of DVD+R(+RW) discs.
    Displays information about the currently loaded disc, VHS tape, or TV
    channel.
    - œ √…† : Selects menu options.
    - PR +/– : Selects channels.
    Confirms menu selections.
    Skips to the next or previous chapter/track.
    - DVD: Searches backward/forward.
    - VCR: Rewinds/advances during Stop mode. Press during Play mode for
    fast reverse/forward picture search.
    Increases or decreases the slow motion speed when playing a DVD or VHS
    tape.
    - Starts playback.
    - Pauses playback or recording temporarily. Press again to exit Pause mode.
    Stops playback or recording.

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    Identification of Controls

    INTRODUCTION

    Starts recording. Press repeatedly to set the recording time. For more
    details, Refer to One Touch Record (OTR) on page 44.
    Copies from DVD to VCR (or from VCR to DVD).
    Selects Recording mode: - DVD : HQ (1hr), SP (2hrs), EP (4hrs) or SLP (6hrs).
    - VCR : SP or LP.
    Switches the DVD Recorder+VCR input to Tuner, AV1, AV2, AVF, or DV. (DV
    : DF-8100P/8150P only.)
    Selects a subtitle language, if available.
    Selects a DVD camera angle, if available.
    Enlarges the DVD video image.
    Repeats the current chapter, track, title or the entire disc.
    Repeats playback between two points (A and B).
    Searches for a specific title or a chapter.
    Selects an audio language (DVD), audio channel (CD) or audio type (TV).
    Displays a disc’s Title menu, if available.
    Displays the Timer Recording menu.

    Progressive Scan Mode
    • If your TV supports Progressive Scan, you can view high quality video by setting the
    DVD Recorder+VCR to Progressive Scan mode. If your TV does not support
    Progressive Scan, do NOT change to Progressive Scan mode.
    If you do so accidentally, press and hold the [P.SCAN] button for 3 seconds to restore
    normal viewing.
    • When video output mode is changed from RGB to Interlace or Progressive (Scart 1)
    must not be correct color for Component video.
    • As component outputs have their own Jacks on the back side, change the TV input
    into Component input, after connecting the component cables from the DVD
    Recorder+VCR to TV.
    • Changing from Interlace or Progressive to RGB, should be the opposite of above.

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    Identification of Controls

    Rear panel
    !

    @#

    ( *

    ! AC Power Cord
    Plug into a power outlet.
    @ AUDIO OUT (L, R)
    Connect to a TV or other equipment with audio
    inputs.
    # COMPONENT/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO OUT (Y Pb Pr)
    Connect to a TV with Component Video (Y Pb Pr)
    inputs.
    $ Scart socket 2
    Connection of an additional device (satellite
    receiver, set-top box, video recorder, camcorder,
    etc.)

    $

    ^

    %

    &

    % Scart socket 1
    Connection of a TV set. Composite-output and
    RGB-output
    ^ RF IN (FROM ANT.)
    Connect to your antenna or cable TV outlet.
    & RF OUT (TO TV)
    Connect to a TV with an RF coaxial input.
    * COAXIAL (Digital Audio Out)
    Connect to an amplifier with a coaxial digital
    audio input.
    ( S-VIDEO OUT
    Connect to a TV with an S-Video Input.

    Caution
    • Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage
    to the DVD Recorder+VCR.

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    Connections

    • Make sure the DVD Recorder+VCR is connected directly to the TV, and the TV is set to the correct video input.
    • Do not connect the DVD Recorder+VCR’s AUDIO OUT jack to the phono in jack (record deck) of your audio system.
    • Do not connect the DVD Recorder+VCR via your VCR. The DVD image could be distorted by the copy protection
    system.

    Connecting Antenna/Cable
    1

    Disconnect the antenna/cable from the rear of your
    TV.

    2

    Connect this cable to the jack marked RF IN (FROM
    ANT.) on the rear panel of the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    Antenna

    Antenna
    Cable TV
    Wall Jack

    Flat Wire
    (300ohm)
    300/75ohm Adapter
    (Not supplied)

    OR

    OR

    Rear of DVD Recorder+VCR

    If your cable wire is connected to your TV without a
    converter or descrambler box, unscrew the wire from your TV and attach it to the RF IN (FROM ANT.) jack on the
    rear panel of the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    Use the supplied RF cable to connect between the DVD Recorder+VCR’s OUT (TO TV) jack and the antenna input
    jack on your TV. With this connection, you can receive all midband, superband, and hyperband channels (all
    cable channels).

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    CONNECTIONS

    Caution

    INTRODUCTION

    • There are a variety of ways to connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to your TV and other equipment. Use only one of
    the connections described below. Whichever TV connection you use will work with all input sources.
    • Please refer to the manuals for your TV, VCR, stereo system, or other devices as necessary to make the best
    connections.
    • For better sound reproduction, connect the DVD Recorder+VCR’s AUDIO OUT jacks to the audio in jacks of your
    amplifier, receiver, stereo, or audio/video equipment. See ‘Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver‘ on page 17.



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    Connections

    Connecting a TV
    Choose one of the following TV connections, depending on the capabilities of your equipment.

    RF Connection
    Connect the RF OUT (TO TV) jack on the DVD Recorder+VCR to the antenna in jack on your TV using the supplied
    75-ohm RF cable (R).
    This set doesn’t apply the modulator output.
    However, still apply the RF through Output.

    Rear of TV
    S-VIDEO
    INPUT

    Pr

    Scart Connection
    1 Plug a scart cable into the scart socket EURO
    AV1 at the back of the DVD Recorder+VCR and
    the corresponding scart socket at the back of the
    TV set. (V)

    2

    S

    ANTENNA
    INPUT

    COMPONENT/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO INPUT

    Pb

    Y

    C

    V

    R

    Plug a scart cable into the blue scart socket
    EURO AV2/DECODER at the back of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR and the corresponding scart
    socket at the back of the Decoder.

    S-Video Connection
    1 Connect the S-VIDEO OUT jack on the DVD

    Rear of DVD Recorder+VCR

    Recorder+VCR to the S-Video in jack on your TV using an S-Video cable (S).

    2

    Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks from the DVD Recorder+VCR to the left/right audio in jacks on
    your TV using the audio cables.

    Component Video Connection
    1 Connect the COMPONENT/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder+VCR to the corresponding
    in jacks on your TV using a Y Pb Pr cable (C) if the component (Y, Pb, Pr) is available on your TV.

    2

    Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks from the DVD Recorder+VCR to the left/right audio in jacks on
    your TV using the audio cables.

    Progressive Scan Connection
    • If your television is a high-definition or ‘digital ready‘ television, you may take advantage of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR’s Progressive Scan output for the highest video resolution possible.
    • If your TV does not accept the Progressive Scan format, the picture will appear scrambled.

    1

    Connect the COMPONENT/PROGRESSIVE VIDEO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder+VCR to the corresponding
    in jacks on your TV using an optional Y Pb Pr cable (C).

    2

    Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks from the DVD Recorder+VCR to the left/right audio in jacks on
    your TV using the audio cables.
    • Be sure to set the DVD Recorder+VCR to Progressive Scan mode by pressing and holding [P.SCAN] for 3 seconds
    (or changing the ‘Video Output’ in the Setup Menu; see page 27).
    • Progressive Scan does not work with the RF, Audio/Video or S-Video connections.

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    Connections

    Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver
    Connecting to an amplifier equipped with two channel analog stereo or Dolby Pro Logic ll/Pro Logic
    Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder+VCR to the left and right audio in jacks on
    your amplifier, receiver, or stereo system, using the supplied audio cables (A).

    1

    Connect the DVD Recorder+VCR’s DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack (Coaxial) to the corresponding in jack on your
    amplifier. Use an optional digital coaxial audio cable. (X)

    2

    You will need to activate the DVD Recorder+VCR’s digital output; see ‘Audio’ Settings on page 28.

    Digital Multi-Channel Sound?
    A digital multi-channel connection provides the best sound quality. For this you need a multi-channel
    audio/video receiver that supports one or more of the audio formats supported by your DVD Recorder+VCR
    (MPEG 2, Dolby Digital, and DTS). Check the receiver manual and the logos on the front of the receiver.
    • Due to the DTS Licensing agreement, the digital output will be in DTS digital out when DTS audio stream is
    selected.
    • If the audio format of the digital output does not match the capabilities of your receiver, the receiver will produce
    a strong, distorted sound or no sound at all.
    • 5.1 channel digital surround sound via the digital connection can only be obtained if your receiver is equipped with
    a digital multi-channel decoder.
    • To see the audio format of the current DVD on the on-screen display, press [AUDIO].
    The DVD Recorder+VCR does not perform internal (2- channel) decoding of DTS sound tracks. To enjoy DTS multichannel surround, you must connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to a DTS compatible receiver via one of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR’s digital audio outputs.
    Rear of DVD Recorder+VCR

    A

    L

    X

    R

    AUDIO INPUT

    COAXIAL
    DIGITAL INPUT

    Amplifier (Receiver)

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    CONNECTIONS

    Connecting to an amplifier equipped with two channel digital stereo (PCM) or to an Audio/Video receiver equipped
    with a multi-channel decoder (Dolby Digital™, MPEG 2, or DTS)



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    Connections

    Connecting Optional Equipment
    To receive audio/video signals from other equipment, connect
    the AVF jacks on the DVD Recorder+VCR to the audio/video out
    jacks on your external component, using optional audio/video
    cables.

    Jack Panel of Accessory Component
    (VCR, Camcorder, etc.)

    Front of DVD Recorder+VCR

    Connecting a Digital Camcorder

    DF-8100P/8150P only

    Using the front panel DV IN jack, it is possible to connect a
    DV digital camcorder, video deck or DVD+R/RW recorder
    and digitally transfer DV tapes or DVD+R/RW discs to
    DVD+R/RW.
    Use a DV cable (not supplied) to connect the DV In/Out jack
    of your DV camcorder/video deck to the front panel DV IN
    jack of the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    DV Digital Camcorder
    DV
    IN/OUT

    This jack is for connection to DV equipment only. It is not
    compatible with digital satellite tuners or D-VHS video
    decks.

    DV IN

    Front of DVD Recorder+VCR

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    Initial Installation
    Initial Installation
    After successfully connecting your DVD Recorder+VCR to your TV and other
    devices, this chapter will show you how to complete the initial installation.
    • You must follow the initial installation process to set the time, date,
    channels, and language preferences for the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    Installation

    Welcome.

    1

    2

    A ‘Welcome‘ message is displayed on the screen. Make sure the RF cable
    from your antenna or cable TV jack is connected. Press [ENTER] to begin
    initial installation.
    Select the desired language for the on-screen menu using […/†]. Press
    [ENTER] to confirm.

    Ensure aerial is connected.

    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    Installation

    Select the desired country using […/†]. Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Installation
    Please select your country of use:
    Australia
    Belgium
    Denmark
    Finland
    France

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    4

    Select the desired disc menu language using […/†]. Press [ENTER] to
    confirm.

    Installation
    Please select disc menu language:
    Default
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    5

    Select the desired disc playback audio language using […/†]. Press
    [ENTER] to confirm.

    Installation
    Please select disc audio language:
    Default
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    SETUP

    Please select your language to begin auto
    install procedure:
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Dutch
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    3

    CONNECTIONS

    Press [Enter] to begin auto channel search.



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    Initial Installation

    6

    Select the desired disc playback subtitle language using […/†]. Press
    [ENTER] to confirm.

    Installation
    Please select disc subtitle language:
    Default
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    7

    The DVD Recorder+VCR detects channels automatically and stores them
    in memory.

    Installation
    Searching for available TV stations:

    2 channels found
    Please wait...
    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    8
    9
    10

    After finishing Auto Channel Search, set the clock.
    Use [œ/√] to move left/right and use […/†] to change the settings.
    After setting the clock, press [ENTER] to confirm. If you cancel the process
    during Initial Installation, you should repeat this procedure.

    Set Clock
    Please set the clock:

    Time : 13 : 00

    Date : Jan / 02 / 2010 (SAT)
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Re-Installation
    This set is equipped with the muti-tuner for receiving many countries' broadcasting. In order to receive broadcasting of
    different countries, follow as below.
    1 Press [SETUP] and select the 'Restore Defaults' using [œ /√]. Then, RESET the set. (see page 32)
    2 Power On, then you see the 'Initial Installation'.
    3 Select the contry which you want to (see step 3 on page 19), then repeat the steps 4~10 on page 19~20.

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    Initial Setup
    Setup Menu Overview
    The DVD Recorder+VCR Setup menu includes six categories, including: Installation, Recording Options,
    Languages, Preferences, System Info, and Restore Defaults. Press [SETUP] and [œ/√] on the remote control to
    view the first and second levels of the Setup menu.

    Menu Navigation
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
    Use [œ/√] to select the desired category.
    While the desired category is selected, press […/†] to move to the second level.
    Press [ENTER] to move to the third level.
    Use […/†] to select the desired setting, then press [ENTER] to confirm your selection.
    SETUP

    Some items require additional steps. Press [SETUP] at any time to return to the previous menu.

    6

    Press [SETUP] to exit the Setup menu.

    INSTALLATION Settings
    Manual Set
    To complete the set-up of your DVD Recorder+VCR when the auto set has
    not stored all of the channels or when you wish to store a new channel.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.

    5

    Use […/†] to select ‘Standard‘. Press [ENTER] to move to the second
    level.

    6

    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Installation‘.
    While ‘Installation‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Manual Set‘.
    Press [ENTER]. The ‘Manual Setup’ menu appears.

    Use […/†] to select the desired ‘Standard’ (PAL-BG, PAL-II, PAL-DK, or
    SECAM-L), then press [ENTER].
    This set is equipped with the Multi-Tuner. You can search broadcastings of
    other countries. If the set can not search the channels, please Re-Install. (see
    page 20.)

    7
    8

    Use […/†] to select ‘Reception‘. Press [ENTER] to move to the second
    level.
    Use […/†] to select the desired broadcast system (Aerial or Cable),
    then press [ENTER].

    Aerial: If you are using a standard antenna to receive channels.
    Cable: If you are using basic cable to receive channels.

    Installation
    Manual Set
    Auto Set
    Set Clock
    Adjust Channels
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Select The
    Aerial
    standard.
    CH02
    PAL-BG
    PAL-II
    Off
    PR01
    PAL-DK
    P-01
    SECAM-L

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    Select The
    CH02
    Reception.
    Aerial
    Off
    PR01
    Cable
    P-01

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    Initial Setup

    9
    10

    Use […/†] to select ‘Auto Search‘.
    Search the real channel number by pressing [œ/√].

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    CH02
    Off
    PR01
    P-01

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    11

    Select ‘Fine Tune’. You can adjust the fine tuning.

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    CH02
    Off
    PR01
    P-01

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    12

    Use […/†] to select ‘Decoder‘. Press [ENTER] to move to the second
    level.

    13

    When the program is encoded (and you have a decoder connected to
    socket EURO AV2), press […/†] to select ‘On’ and press [ENTER] to
    confirm.

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    CH02
    Off Decoder
    Select
    PR01
    State
    P-01
    Off

    Enter-Confirm Setup-ExitOnMove …†

    14

    Use […/†] to select ‘Store Channel‘. Press [ENTER] to move to the
    second level.

    15

    Use […/†] to select program number to store and press [ENTER] to
    confirm.

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    CH02
    Off
    PR01
    Select Channel
    To P-01
    Store

    PR99
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move
    …†

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    17

    Use […/†] to select ‘Program Name‘. Press [√] to move to the second
    level. If your DVD Recorder+VCR is showing no station name or is
    showing a station name incorrectly, you can correct this.
    Either select the name from the stored list or you create the station
    name and enter a 4-digit name. Change the letters with the […/†],
    move the next letter with the [œ/√].

    Manual Setup
    Standard
    Reception
    Auto Search
    Fine Tune
    Decoder
    Store Channel
    Program Name
    Instructions

    PAL-BG
    Aerial
    CH02
    Off
    PR01
    Edit Channel
    P-01
    Name

    – …†
    0 1
    Enter-Confirm Setup-ExitP Move

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    Initial Setup

    Auto Set
    The DVD Recorder+VCR has a frequency synthesized tuner capable of receiving
    up to 119 channels. These include VHF channels 2-20, 74-80, UHF channels 2169 and CATV channels 1-41.

    Preparation:
    Connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to the desired type of antenna or cable TV
    system, as shown in ‘Connecting Antenna/Cable‘ on page 15.

    1
    2
    3

    Installation
    Manual Set
    Auto Set
    Set Clock
    Adjust Channels

    Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Manual Set’.
    While ‘Installation‘ is selected, press […/†] to select ‘Auto Set‘.
    Press [ENTER] to begin the channel search.
    The tuner will automatically search for all available channels in your area
    and place them in the tuner’s memory.

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Installation
    Searching for available TV stations:
    5 channels found
    Please wait...
    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    Set Clock
    1 Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Manual Set’.
    2 Use […/†] to select ‘Set Clock‘.

    Installation
    Manual Set
    Auto Set
    Set Clock
    Adjust Channels
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    3
    4

    Press [ENTER]. The ‘Set Clock’ menu appears.
    Enter the date and time.
    œ /√ (left/right): Moves the cursor to the previous or next column.
    …/† (up/down): Changes the setting at the current cursor position.

    5

    Press [ENTER] to confirm your setting, then press [SETUP] to exit the Setup
    menu.

    Set Clock
    Please set the clock:


    Time : 12 : 00


    Date : 02 \ Jan \ 2010 (Sat)
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    SETUP

    • After Auto Set is complete, follow the instructions above to make sure that
    Tuning Band is set correctly.

    Instructions



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    Initial Setup

    Adjust Channels
    1 Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Manual Set’.
    2 Use […/†] to select ‘Adjust Channels‘.
    3 Press [ENTER]. The Adjust Channels menu appears.
    4 Use […/†] to select the PR number you want to adjust. Then press

    Installation
    Manual Set
    Auto Set
    Set Clock
    Adjust Channels

    [ENTER].

    Delete

    Instructions

    After tuning TV stations into your DVD Recorder +VCR, you may wish to delete a
    station.

    1

    Use […/†] to select 'Delete' and press [ENTER].
    Adjust Channels

    Edit



    After tuning TV stations into your DVD Recorder +VCR, you may wish to put a
    name into any channel you want to.

    1
    2
    3

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    PR-01
    PR-02
    PR-03
    PR-04
    PR-05
    PR-06

    Use […/†] to select 'Edit' and press [ENTER].
    You can put a name by pressing […/†] and [œ /√].



    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Select Channel
    Options
    Delete
    Edit
    Align

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Align
    After tuning TV stations into your DVD Recorder +VCR, you may wish to change
    the order of PR's you have in your set, as your preference.

    1
    2
    3

    Use […/†] to select 'Align' and press [ENTER].
    Press […/†] to select the PR number you want to move to.
    Press [ENTER]. The selected PR Will be moved to the new PR number.

    RECORDING OPTIONS Settings
    DVD Record Quality
    You can set the default DVD recording quality to: HQ (High Quality - 1
    hr/disc), SP (Standard Play - 2 hrs/disc), EP (Extended Play - 4 hrs/disc), or
    Recording Options
    SLP (Super Long Play - 6 hrs/disc).

    1
    2
    3

    Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Recording Options‘.
    While ‘Recording Options‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘DVD
    Record Quality‘.

    DVD Record Quality
    VCR Record Quality
    Auto Chapter

    EP
    Instructions

    4
    5

    Press [ENTER] to move to the second level.

    6

    Press [ENTER] to confirm your selection, then press [SETUP] to exit the menu.

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    SP

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    HQ
    Move …†

    Use […/†] to to select the desired Record Quality (HQ, SP, EP, or
    SLP).

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    HQ Record
    Select
    LP
    Quality
    Off
    SLP



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    Initial Setup

    VCR Record Quality
    You can set the default VCR recording quality to SP (Standard Play) or LP
    (Long Play). SP is higher quality, but LP provides 2 times the recording
    time; e.g., a 2 hour tape will record for 4 hours in LP mode.
    Follow the same procedure as the ‘DVD Record Quality’.

    Recording Options
    DVD Record Quality
    VCR Record Quality
    Auto Chapter

    HQ
    LP VCR
    Select
    Off
    Quality
    LP
    SP

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Auto Chapter
    Recording Options
    DVD Record Quality
    VCR Record Quality
    Auto Chapter
    Instructions

    SETUP

    During recording, chapter markers are added automatically at fixed
    intervals. You can set this interval to 5 minutes, 10 minutes or 15
    minutes. To turn off automatic chapter marking, select ‘Off‘.
    Follow the same procedure as the ‘DVD Record Quality’.

    HQ
    Select Auto
    LP
    Chapter
    Off
    Off
    5min
    10min

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    15min
    Move …†

    LANGUAGE Settings
    OSD Language
    Select a language for the DVD Recorder+VCR Setup menu and onscreen displays.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
    Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘Language‘.
    While ‘Language‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘OSD Language‘.
    Press [ENTER] to move to the second level.
    Use […/†] to select the desired language.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm your selection, then press [SETUP] to exit
    the menu.

    Language
    OSD Language
    Menu Language
    Subtitle Language
    Audio Language
    Instructions

    English
    Select OSD
    Default
    Language
    Default
    English
    Default
    Spanish
    French

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Czech
    Move …†

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    Initial Setup

    Menu/Subtitle/Audio Language
    Select your preferred language for Disc Menus, Subtitles, and Audio
    soundtracks.
    Follow the same procedure as the OSD Language.

    Default : The disc’s default language is selected.

    Language
    OSD Language
    Menu Language
    Subtitle Language
    Audio Language
    Instructions

    English
    Select Menu
    Default
    Language
    Default
    Default
    Default



    English

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Spanish
    Move …†
    French



    Language
    OSD Language
    Menu Language
    Subtitle Language
    Audio Language
    Instructions

    English
    Select Subtitle
    Default

    Language
    Default
    Default
    Default
    English

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Spanish
    Move …†
    French



    Language
    OSD Language
    Menu Language
    Subtitle Language
    Audio Language
    Instructions

    English
    Select Audio
    Default
    Language
    Default
    Default
    Default
    English

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Spanish
    Move …†
    French

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  • Page 28

    Initial Setup

    PREFERENCES / Video Settings
    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [SETUP].
    Preferences

    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.

    Video
    Audio
    Parental Controls
    Auto Settings
    VCR

    While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Video‘.
    Press [ENTER]. The ‘Video‘ submenu is displayed.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    displayed.

    2
    3
    4
    5

    Press [ENTER] or [√] to go to the second level.

    SETUP

    TV Aspect Ratio
    1 Use […/†] to select ‘TV Aspect‘ while the ‘Video‘ submenu is

    Video
    TV Aspect
    Video Output

    Auto
    Select Picture
    Interlace
    Format

    Use […/†] to select the desired ‘TV Aspect’.

    4:3 LB

    Press [ENTER] to confirm your selection.

    4:3 PS
    16:9

    Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.

    Instructions

    Auto

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    4:3 LB : Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected. Displays theatrical
    images with masking bars above and below the picture.
    4:3 PS : Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected. Displays pictures cropped to fill your TV screen. Both
    sides of the picture are cut off.
    16:9 : Select when a 16:9 wide screen TV is connected.
    Auto : Convert to the appropriate aspect ratio automatically.

    Video Output
    Progressive Scan Video provides the highest picture quality with reduced
    flickering.

    RGB : If you connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to a analog television using
    the SCART jacks, set Video Output to ‘RGB’.

    Video
    TV Aspect
    Video Output

    Interlace or Progressive : If you connect the DVD Recorder+VCR to a
    digital television (DTV) or Monitor using the COMPONENT jacks, set
    Video Output to ‘Interlace’ or ‘Progressive’.

    Auto
    Interlace
    Select Video
    Output
    Interlace
    Progressive

    Instructions

    RGB

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Follow the same procedure as ‘TV Aspect Ratio’ to change the ‘Video
    Output’.
    Caution
    • Once the Progressive Scan setting is entered, an image will only be visible on a Progressive Scan compatible TV
    or monitor. Press and hold [P.SCAN] for 3 seconds to return to Interlace Scan mode.

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    Initial Setup

    PREFERENCES / Audio Settings
    Follow the same procedure as ‘Video’ Settings to select ‘Audio’ Settings.
    Preferences
    Video
    Audio
    Parental Controls
    Auto Settings
    VCR

    Digital Output
    1 Use […/†] to select ‘Digital Output‘ while the ‘Audio’ submenu is
    displayed.

    2
    3
    4
    5

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Press [ENTER] or [√] to go to the second level.
    Use […/†] to select the desired digital output type.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm your selection.
    Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.

    Off

    Audio
    Digital Output
    Dynamic Range
    Virtual Surround

    Bitstream

    No signal will be output from the Digital Audio Out jacks.

    LPCM

    Off
    Select Digital
    Off
    Output
    Off
    Off
    LPCM

    Instructions

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†
    Select when connected to a 2 channel digital stereo amplifier. The DVD
    Recorder+VCR's digital audio signal will be output in the PCM 2ch format
    when you play a DVD (or VHS tape) recorded with a Dolby Digital (only for DVD) or MPEG soundtrack. If the DVD
    is recorded with a DTS sound track then no sound will be heard.

    Bitstream
    Select when connected to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder (or an amplifier or other equipment with a Dolby
    Digital or DTS decoder).

    Dynamic Range
    While watching DVD movies, you may wish to compress the dynamic
    range of the audio output (the difference between the loudest and
    quietest passages). This allows you to listen to a movie at a lower
    volume without losing clarity of sound. Set ‘Dynamic Range‘ to Low or
    High for this effect.
    Follow the same procedure as ‘Digital Output‘ to set the ‘Dynamic
    Range’.

    Audio
    Digital Output
    Dynamic Range
    Virtual Surround

    Off
    Off
    Select Dynamic
    Off
    Range
    Off
    Low

    Instructions

    High

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Virtual Surround
    You can enjoy a simulated 3D effect from two speakers by setting Virtual
    Surround to On.
    Follow the same procedure as ‘Digital Output‘ to set the ‘Virtual
    Surround’ option.

    Audio
    Digital Output
    Dynamic Range
    Virtual Surround

    Off
    Off
    Off
    Select Virtual
    Surround
    Off

    Instructions

    On

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    Initial Setup

    PREFERENCES / Parental Controls
    Set Parental Level
    The Parental Controls feature allows you to prevent DVDs from being played
    based on their ratings or to have certain discs played with alternative scenes.
    You can set the parental level from ‘ADULT’ to ‘Kid safe’.

    1
    2
    3

    4

    Press [SETUP].
    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.
    While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Parental Controls‘. And
    press [ENTER].

    Preferences
    Video
    Audio
    Parental Controls
    Auto Settings
    VCR
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Parental Control
    Set Parental Level
    Off
    Change Password
    Set Parental Country Code

    SETUP

    Use […/†] to select ‘Set Parental Level’ and press [ENTER]. The Password
    Input dialog will appear. Enter a 4-digit password using the [0-9] buttons. If
    this is the first time you have entered a password, you will be prompted to
    enter the password again to confirm it.
    • The initial password is ‘0000‘. You must enter this password before you can
    change the Parental Level.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    5

    After setting the password, press [ENTER] while 'Set Parental Level' is
    displayed.

    Change Password
    Current Code

    ____

    Enter New Code

    ____

    Confirm Code

    ____

    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    6

    Enter your new password.
    • Set the new password to something other than '0000'.

    Password
    Enter Password

    **__

    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    7

    Use […/†] to select the desired parental level and press [ENTER] to
    confirm.

    Off : If you select Unlock, the Lock feature is not active. All discs will play in
    full.

    ADULT to Kid safe: Some discs contain scenes not suitable for children. If you

    Parental Control
    Set Parental Level Select
    Offthe
    Change Password parental level
    Off
    Set Parental Country Code
    ADULT
    NC-17

    set a rating for the DVD Recorder+VCR, all scenes with the same rating or
    lower will be played. Higher rated scenes will not be played unless an
    Instructions
    alternative scene is available on the disc. The alternative must have the
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†
    same rating or a lower one. If no suitable alternative is found, playback will
    stop. You must enter the 4-digit password or change the rating level in order to play the disc.

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    Initial Setup

    8

    Press [ENTER] to confirm your rating selection, then press [SETUP] to exit
    the menu.

    Parental Control
    Set Parental Level
    ADULT
    Change Password
    Set Parental Country Code

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Change Password
    1 While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Parental Controls‘.
    2 Press [ENTER]. The ‘Parental Controls‘ submenu appears.
    3 Use […/†] to select ‘Change Password‘ then press [ENTER].
    4 The ‘Change Password’ submenu appears. Enter your current 4-digit

    Parental Control
    Set Parental Level
    ADULT
    Change Password
    Set Parental Country Code

    password.

    5

    Enter a new 4-digit password. Re-enter the new password to confirm, press
    [ENTER].
    • Master Password : If you forget your password, press 3,3,0,8 on the remote
    control and then press [ENTER].
    • Set the new password to something other than '0000'.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Change Password
    Current Code

    ****

    Enter New Code

    ****

    Confirm Code

    **__

    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    Set Parental Country Code
    1 While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Parental Controls‘. Then
    press [†] to select ‘Set Parental Country Code‘.

    2
    3

    Press [ENTER]. Enter your current 4-digit password then press [ENTER].
    Use […/†] to select the desired country and press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Parental Control
    Set Parental Level
    ADULT
    Change Password
    Set Parental Country Code

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Parental Country Code
    Please select Country for Parental Setup


    Australia

    Belgium
    Denmark
    Finland
    France
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    Initial Setup

    PREFERENCES / Auto Settings
    1
    2

    While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to select ‘Auto Settings‘.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.

    Preferences
    Video
    Audio
    Parental Controls
    Auto Settings
    VCR
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Auto Clock Set
    Auto Clock enables the DVD Recorder+VCR to set the clock automatically
    whenever it is in Standby mode (plugged in but powered off).

    1
    2

    Auto Clock Set
    AV Link
    VPS/PDC

    Off
    Select Auto
    Off
    Clock Status
    Off
    Off

    SETUP

    Auto Clock is only available for models with the VPS/PDC function.
    Some broadcasting stations may send the time and date along with the VPS/PDC
    data. The video will automatically use this time and date during the initial setting
    up procedure during normal use, and every time you switch the video off at the
    mains. If you find that this time and date is incorrect you can remove this feature
    by following the steps below changing it to the OFF mode, you will then have to
    manually set the time and date, see above.

    Auto Settings

    On
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Use […/†] to select 'Auto Clock Set' and press [ENTER].
    Use […/†] to change the 'Auto Clock Set' status, and press [ENTER] to confirm.

    AV Link
    If your TV is AV Link available, you can download the channels
    Auto Settings
    information from your TV set, connecting the SCART1 jack to TV.
    Follow the same procedure as ‘Auto Clock Set’ to set the ‘AV Link’ status. Auto Clock Set
    AV Link
    VPS/PDC

    On
    Off
    Select AV
    Off
    LInk Status
    Off
    On

    Instructions

    VPS/PDC
    VPS/PDC is a service provided by some stations to enable you to perform
    timer recordings precisely even if the broadcaster delays the start time of
    the programme slightly. The time you enter is the VPS/PDC time so this
    must be correct. Not all stations offer VPS/PDC, in which case the player
    will start at the time you enter and not the actual start time of the
    programme.
    If you wish to start recording at a specific time without it being adjusted
    by the VPS/PDC system in the event of a delay, switch VPS/PDC off
    otherwise the player will not record.
    Follow the same procedure as ‘Auto Clock Set’ to set the ‘VPS/PDC’
    status.

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Auto Settings
    Auto Clock Set
    AV Link
    VPS/PDC

    On
    On
    Off
    Select VPS/
    PDC Status
    Off

    Instructions

    On

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

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    Initial Setup

    PREFERENCES / VCR
    This feature enables you to search for Index marks or specific times on your VHS
    tapes.

    Preferences
    Video
    Audio
    Parental Controls
    Auto Settings
    VCR

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to move to the second level.

    6

    If you select ‘Go-To Search’ and press [ENTER], your DVD Recorder+ VCR will wind to the position 0:00:00
    and stop.

    Use […/†] to select ‘VCR‘.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.

    Instructions

    Select ‘Index+’, ‘Index–’ or ‘Go to Zero’.
    If you select ‘Index+’ (or ‘Index–’) and press [ENTER], your DVD Recorder+
    VCR will locate your index mark and begin playback.

    VCR
    Index+
    Index–
    Go to Zero

    VCR

    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    VCR

    Index+
    Index–
    Go to Zero

    Index+
    Index–
    Go to Zero

    • The VCR menu is activated only when a video cassette tape is inserted.

    System Information
    System Information helps service personnel identify key firmware information
    about your DVD Recorder+VCR in case service is required.

    System Info
    Version
    Main Build
    Micom Software
    DVD Navigation
    Loader Version

    EP Set 1.0
    DR3-1.0.2
    0.0.0
    1.0.0
    DVS-RA20

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Restore Defaults
    If you wish, you can reset the DVD Recorder+VCR to its original factory
    settings.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [SETUP].
    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Restore Defaults‘.
    Press [ENTER].
    The Initialize menu will appear. Use the […/†] buttons to select
    ‘Yes‘ and press [ENTER].

    Restore Defaults
    If you select this function all
    settings will be removed and
    Are you
    youinto
    want to restore
    the product
    willsure
    be set
    default mode.
    settings?
    initial (factory)
    Yes
    No
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit

    Move …†
    • Some options cannot be reset, including Parental Controls, Password,
    and Country Code.
    • After Restoring Defaults the unit reboots automatically and the Installation menu appears. You must set the
    country, language, channel, and clock settings again.

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    On-Screen Display Overview
    The On-Screen Display provides feedback on the status of the DVD Recorder+VCR and/or the currently loaded
    disc or tape. To access the On-Screen Display (or OSD), press [DISPLAY].

    Displaying Disc Information
    To display information about the currently loaded disc or tape:

    On-screen display operation

    1
    2

    Press [DISPLAY] repeatedly to display/change the information displayed on-screen.
    To remove the on-screen display, press [DISPLAY] repeatedly until it disappears.
    See the descriptions below for detailed explanations of the on-screen displays for each media type.
    • Some discs may not provide all the features shown in the on-screen display examples.

    SETUP

    Temporary Feedback Icons
    Action prohibited or not available

    Changing TV Channels
    PLAYBACK

    If no disc is playing, you can change TV channels using the [0-9] or [PR+/–] buttons on the remote control or
    [PR+/–] buttons on the front panel.

    Changing the TV Audio Channel
    You can change the TV audio using the [AUDIO] button.

    Press [AUDIO] repeatedly to change the TV audio, according to the Broadcast audio signal as shown below.
    • STEREO Audio Signal
    Stereo ➝ Mono ➝ Stereo

    • BIL Audio Signal
    BIL I ➝ BIL II ➝ (BIL Off) ➝ BIL I

    • MONO Audio Signal
    Mono
    The current audio channel is displayed on-screen.
    • If the sound is poor quality when set to Stereo, you can often improve it by changing to Mono.
    • When an external input is selected, the audio channel can be switched only to Stereo.

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    On-Screen Display Overview

    OSD Menu Options for DVD
    During DVD playback, press [DISPLAY] to show information about the current disc.
    While the disc information is displayed, press [DISPLAY] again to show the disc
    remaining time.

    Title
    Shows the current title number and total number of titles, and skips to the desired title number.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
    Use […†] to select the ‘Title‘ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu.
    Use […†] to change the numbers.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Chapter
    Shows the current chapter number and total number of chapters, and skips to the desired chapter number.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
    Use […†] to select the ‘Chapter‘ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu.
    Use […†] to change the numbers.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Angle
    Shows the current angle number and total number of angles, and changes the angle number.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
    Use […†] to select the ‘Angle‘ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu.
    Use […†] to change the numbers.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Audio
    Shows the current audio soundtrack language, encoding method, and channel number, and changes the setting.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
    Use […†] to select the ‘Audio‘ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu.
    Use […†] to change the numbers.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

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    On-Screen Display Overview

    Subtitle
    Shows the current subtitle language, and changes the setting.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.
    Use […†] to select the ‘Subtitle‘ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu.
    Use […†] to change the numbers.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Elapsed
    Shows the elapsed playing time, and skips to the desired time.

    1
    2

    Press [DISPLAY] during playback. The on-screen display appears on the TV screen.

    3
    4

    Use […†] to change the numbers and use [œ √] to move left or right.

    Use […†] to select the ‘Elapsed’ icon on the on-screen display. Press [ENTER] to search by time. The
    submenu appears.
    Within 7 seconds, press [ENTER] to confirm the start time. Playback starts from the selected time on the
    disc.

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    PLAYBACK

    • For the title recorded without DVD navigation information, such as the one from broadcast or line input, ‘Elapsed’
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    DVD Playback
    Playing a DVD
    1

    Press [DVD] to set the remote control to operate the DVD deck.
    Turn the TV on and select the video input source connected to the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    Audio system: Turn the audio system on and select the input source connected to the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    2 Press [OPEN/CLOSE] to open the disc tray.
    3 Load your disc in the tray with the playback side down (label side up).
    4 Press [OPEN/CLOSE] to close the tray.
    5 ’READING’ appears on the front panel display, and playback starts automatically. If playback does not start,
    press [PLAY (√)]. In some cases, the Disc menu might appear instead.

    Playing a DVD+R (+RW)
    When a DVD+RW or unfinalized DVD+R is inserted, no title is played automatically but the current TV channel
    displays on the screen.
    If you want to play a title on the DVD+R (+RW), you must press [MENU] or [PLAY] to display the disc menu.
    Select a title to play then press [ENTER].
    If a Disc menu is displayed
    • A Disc menu may be displayed when you load a DVD. Use the [œ √…†] buttons to select the title/chapter you
    want to view, then press [ENTER] to start playback. Press [TITLE] or [MENU] to return to the Disc menu.
    • If the Parental Level feature is set and the disc is below the current Parental Level setting, the 4-digit code must
    be entered and/or the disc must be authorized; see ‘Set Parental Level‘ on page 29.
    • The DVD Recorder+VCR will not play discs with Region codes different from the DVD Recorder+VCR. The Region
    code for this DVD Recorder+VCR is 2 (two).
    • Unless stated otherwise, all operations described below use the remote control. Some features may also be
    available in the Setup menu.
    • A disc which is recorded by computer at high speeds (greater than or equal to 2x) may not be recognized.
    • A disc which is recorded with unauthorized movie material may not be played.
    • A disc which is recorded by other recorder or not recorded correctly may not be recognized or played.

    Still Picture and Frame-by-Frame Playback
    1 Press [PLAY/PAUSE] during playback. The DVD Recorder+VCR will go into Still mode.
    2 You can back up or advance the picture frame-by-frame by pressing [FF (√√)] repeatedly during Still mode.
    Fast Forward/Backward
    1 Press [REW (œœ)] or [FF (√√)] during playback. The DVD Recorder+VCR will go into Search mode.
    2 Press [REW] or [FF] to select the desired speed: √√ X2, √√ X4, √√ X8, √√ X16, √√ X32, √ (forward) or
    œ, œœ X2, œœ X4, œœ X8, œœ X16, œœ X32 (backward).

    Slow Motion
    Press [SLOW+] to enter Slow Motion mode. The default speed is 1/2. When you press [SLOW+] repeatedly, the
    speed will be set to 1/4, 1/8, and normal speed.
    • Slow reverse playback is not supported.

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    DVD Playback

    Changing the Audio Language
    Press [AUDIO] and then press [AUDIO] repeatedly during playback to hear a different audio language or audio
    track.

    Subtitles
    Press [SUBTITLE] and then press [SUBTITLE] repeatedly during playback to select among all available subtitle
    languages.

    Camera Angle
    If a DVD contains scenes recorded at different camera angles, angle icon displays automatically. You can select
    among these angles during playback.
    Press [ANGLE] and then press it repeatedly during playback to select the desired angle.
    The number of the current angle appears on the TV screen.
    • The Camera Angle icon is displayed on the TV screen when alternate angles are available.

    Zoom
    The Zoom function allows you to magnify the video image and scroll around the enlarged image.

    1

    Press [ZOOM] during Play mode to activate the Zoom function.

    2
    3

    Use the [œ √…†] buttons to scroll around the zoomed picture.
    To resume normal playback, press [ZOOM] repeatedly until the X1 (normal picture) appears.
    • The Zoom function may not work on some DVDs.
    • The Zoom function does not work in PAUSE mode.

    Repeat
    1 To repeat the currently playing chapter, press [REPEAT]. ‘REPEAT CHAPTER’ appears on the TV screen.
    2 To repeat the currently playing title, press [REPEAT] twice. ‘REPEAT TITLE’ appears on the TV screen.
    3 To repeat the whole disc, press [REPEAT] three times. ‘REPEAT DISC’ appears on the TV screen.
    4 You can play in other modes (including Repeat, Shuffle, or Scan) by pressing [REPEAT] repeatedly.
    A-B
    You can repeat a scene between two points (A and B):

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    Press [PLAY/PAUSE] play to the start of the desired scene.
    Press [A-B] to mark the start point.
    Use [FF], [NEXT] to search the end point.
    Press [A-B] to mark the end point.
    The marked scenes are repeated continuously until you stop the repeat by pressing [A-B] button again.

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    PLAYBACK

    Each press of the [ZOOM] button changes the Zoom level as follows: X1 (normal size) ➝ X2 ➝ X4 ➝ X1
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    DVD Playback

    Search
    1 Press [SEARCH] to display the Search menu.
    2 Use [œ √] to move to Title (T) or Chapter (C) and use […†] to set the title or chapter
    number.

    T/
    3
    œ



    C
    1




    Selecting Titles
    When a disc has more than one title, you can select among all available titles as follows:

    1

    Press [DISPLAY] and use […†] to select the Title icon. Press [ENTER] to display a submenu. Use […†] to
    select the desired title number and press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Selecting Chapters
    When a title on a disc has more than one chapter, you can select among all available chapters as follows:

    1
    2

    Press [PREV (§)] or [NEXT (∞)] briefly during playback to select the next or previous chapter.
    To skip directly to any chapter during playback, press [DISPLAY]. Use […†] to select the Chapter icon, then
    press [ENTER] to display a submenu. Use […†] to select the desired chapter number and press [ENTER] to
    confirm.

    Disc Menus
    Many DVDs contain Disc menus that allow you to access special features. To open a Disc menu, press [MENU].
    Then use the [0-9] buttons to directly select the desired options, or use the […†] buttons to highlight your
    desired selection and press [ENTER].

    1
    2

    Press [MENU]. The Disc menu is displayed.
    To exit the Disc menu, press [STOP] or [TV VIEW].

    Title Menus
    1 Press [TITLE]. If the current title has a menu, the Title menu will appear on the TV screen. Otherwise, the
    Disc menu may appear.

    2

    The Title menu may contain camera angles, spoken languages and subtitle options, as well as the chapters
    for the title.

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    VCR Playback
    Before You Begin
    Press the VCR button to set the remote control to operate the VCR deck.
    Turn the TV on and select the video input source connected to the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    Audio system: Turn the audio system on and select the input source connected to the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    Playing a VHS Tape
    1 Insert a prerecorded video cassette.
    If the DVD Recorder+VCR is powered off, it will power on automatically.
    Make sure the TIMER indicator on the front panel display is not lit. If it is, press [POWER] once.
    If a tape without a safety tab is inserted, the DVD Recorder+VCR will start playback automatically.
    • If the DVD Recorder+VCR is powered on by inserting a video cassette, playback will not start automatically.

    2 Press [PLAY/PAUSE].
    3 Press [STOP] to stop playback.
    The STOP icon appears on the TV screen. If the tape reaches the end before [STOP] is pressed, the DVD
    Recorder+VCR will automatically stop, rewind, and eject the tape.

    Tracking Control
    Auto Tracking
    The automatic tracking function adjusts the picture to remove snow or streaks. It works in the following cases:
    • When a tape is played for the first time.
    • When the tape speed (SP, LP) changes.
    • When streaks or snow appear because of scratches on the tape.

    Manual Tracking
    If noise appears on the screen during playback, press the [TRACKING +/-] buttons on the remote control until
    the noise on the screen is reduced.
    • In case of vertical jitter, adjust these controls very carefully.
    • Tracking is automatically reset to normal when the tape is ejected or the power cord is unplugged for more
    than 3 seconds.

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    PLAYBACK

    The PLAY icon appears on the TV screen. It is not necessary to select the tape speed (SP, LP) for playback.
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    VCR Playback

    Special Playback Features
    Notes on special playback features
    Horizontal lines (noise bars) will appear on the TV screen. This is normal.
    The audio is automatically muted during special playback modes, so there is no sound during search, slow motion, etc.
    During high-speed picture search, a short time is needed to stabilize tape speed when re-entering Play mode. Slight
    interference may be observed during this time.

    Fast Forward/Backward
    This function lets you visually search forward and backward for a desired scene on your tape.

    1

    Press [REW] or [FF] during playback.
    Search mode will be activated.
    If the DVD Recorder+VCR is left in Search mode for more than 3 minutes, the DVD Recorder+VCR will
    automatically resume Play mode to protect the tape and video heads.

    2

    To return to normal playback, press [PLAY].

    Still Picture
    1 Press [PLAY/PAUSE] during playback.
    A still picture appears on the TV screen.
    If a still picture vibrates vertically, stabilize it by using the [TRACKING +/-] buttons on the remote control.
    If the DVD Recorder+VCR is left in Still mode for more than 5 minutes, the DVD Recorder+VCR will
    automatically enter Stop mode to protect the tape and video heads.

    2

    To return to normal playback, press [PLAY].

    Slow Motion
    1 Press [SLOW+] for Slow Motion playback.
    2 Press [SLOW+] and [SLOW-] repeatedly to adjust the Slow Motion playback speed.
    Counter Memory Function
    This is useful if there is a section of tape you want to view immediately after recording or if you want to return
    to the same point several times.

    1
    2

    Begin recording or playing a tape.

    3
    4

    Press [STOP] when recording or playback finishes.

    At the point you want to locate later, reset the real-time counter to 0:00:00 by pressing [CLEAR]. Continue
    to play or record.

    You can make the tape automatically stop when the counter returns to about ‘0:00:00‘ by setting the
    counter to ‘0:00:00‘ in the ‘Go-To Search‘ function under ‘Setup’ ➝ ‘Preferences’ ➝ ‘VCR’; see page 32.

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    Other Disc Playback
    Audio CD/MP3 PLAYBACK
    The DVD Recorder+VCR can play audio CDs and MP3 files on CD-ROM,
    CD-R or CD-RW discs.

    1

    Insert the CD disc and close the tray. The Audio CD or MP3 CD menu
    appears on the TV screen after a few moments to load the disc.

    2

    Use […†] to select a track or a file, then press [ENTER].

    ••• Audio CD •••

    During playback, the current track's elapsed playing time will appear
    on the front panel display and menu. Playback will stop at the end of
    the disc.
    • On the MP3 CD menu, you can display the folders on the disc. Use
    […†œ √] to select the folder icon on the MP3 CD menu then press
    [ENTER]. You can also display just the tracks in the folders. Use […†œ
    √] to select a folder then press [ENTER].

    3
    4
    5

    ••• MP3 •••

    While playing an Audio CD, use [FF] or [REW] for 2x speed playback.
    Use [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause playback while the disc is playing.
    To stop playback at any time, press [STOP].

    PLAYBACK

    • Press [REPEAT] to repeat a track (file) and press again to repeat the
    whole disc.
    • If the disc contains JPEG files as well as MP3 files, you can change the
    Play mode to display JPEG image files by pressing [TITLE].

    JPEG PLAYBACK
    The DVD Recorder+VCR can display JPEG files on CD-R/RW.

    1

    Insert your CD and close the tray. The JPEG CD folder tree appears.

    2

    If there are folders which contain JPEG files, select the desired folder
    using […†œ √] and press [ENTER].

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    Other Disc Playback

    3

    Select the thumbnail you want to display using […†œ √] and press
    [ENTER].

    4

    The full size image will be displayed and a slide show starts
    automatically with a time interval of 10 seconds.

    5

    Press [NEXT] or [PREV] to manually skip to the next or previous image.

    6
    7

    Press [√] (or [œ]) to rotate the image (counter) clockwise.
    Press [STOP] to exit the slideshow.
    • If the disc contains MP3 files as well as JPEG files, you can change the
    Play mode to play MP3 files by pressing [TITLE].
    • When a CD contains both MP3 files and JPEG files, the default Play
    mode is JPEG image files.
    • The DVD Recorder+VCR can playback up to 1000 files per disc.
    • MP3 files encoded below 64kbps are not supported.

    Playing MP3 Files During a Slide Show
    You can enjoy a slide show while listening to MP3 music files.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    Prepare a CD which includes both MP3 and JPEG files.
    Insert the CD and play an MP3 file.
    Press [TITLE] while playing the MP3 file to change the Play mode. The music playback will not stop.
    Select an image file and press [ENTER] to start the slide show.
    The MP3 file you selected continues to play during the JPEG slide show.

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    Basic Recording
    Recording from TV
    Follow the instructions below to record a TV program.

    1 Turn on the DVD Recorder+VCR and load a recordable disc or tape.
    Make sure your TV input is set to view the DVD Recorder+VCR.

    2 Set the desired Recording mode by pressing [REC MODE] repeatedly.
    DVD: HQ (High Quality - 1 hr/disc), SP (Standard Play - 2 hrs/disc), EP (Extended Play - 4 hrs/disc), or SLP
    (Super Long Play - 6 hrs/disc).
    VCR: SP (Standard Play), LP (Long Play - 2 times SP)

    3 If your DVD Recorder+VCR does not show a TV program, press [TV VIEW] on the remote control. Use [PR+/–] to
    select the TV channel you wish to record.

    4 Press [AUDIO] to select the audio channel to record (Stereo, BIL, or Mono).
    The table below shows what audio channel will be recorded with different settings and different types of
    broadcasts.
    The last column (Monitor Audio) shows what you will hear during recording. For example, if the TV
    broadcast is in Stereo, then setting the DVD Recorder+VCR to Stereo will record the broadcast in Stereo,
    and the Monitor Audio will also be in Stereo.
    Selected Audio

    MONO

    MONO
    STEREO
    MONO
    BIL I
    BIL II
    (BIL Off)

    STEREO
    BIL

    Broadcast Audio
    L Ch
    R Ch
    MONO
    MONO
    L
    R
    MONO
    MONO
    BIL I
    BIL I
    BIL II
    BIL II
    (BIL I)
    (BIL I)

    Monitor
    Audio
    MONO
    STEREO
    MONO
    BIL I
    BIL II
    (BIL Off)

    PLAYBACK

    TV Broadcast

    5 Press [REC (●)] once.
    RECORDING

    Recording will start. The REC indicator lights on the front panel display.
    Recording continues until you press [STOP] or the disc is full.
    To record for a fixed length of time, see One Touch Record on the next page.

    6 Press [STOP (■)] to stop recording.
    • The maximum number of DVD titles per disc is 49. If the DVD Recorder+VCR is powered off during DVD recording,
    the recording will not be saved.
    • If a DVD+RW or unfinalized DVD+R disc is inserted in the tray, no title is played automatically after loading is
    finished.
    • If you are recording to a blank DVD+R (+RW) disc, it may take up to 7 minutes (it depends on disc) for post
    processing after recording.

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    Basic Recording

    One Touch Record (OTR)
    One Touch Recording allows you add recording time in fixed increments at the touch of a button.

    1 Follow steps 1-4 under Recording from TV.
    2 Press [REC (●)] repeatedly to set the length of the recording.
    Recording starts after the first press. Each subsequent press increases the recording time by 15 minutes
    (DVD) within the available space or 30 minutes (VCR, to a maximum of 10 hours). The recording time is
    displayed on the front panel display.

    Checking the Recording Time
    Total time and recorded time are displayed on the TV screen after pressing [DISPLAY]. Recorded time is
    displayed on the front panel display.

    To Pause the Recording
    1
    2

    Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause the disc or tape during recording.
    When you want to continue recording, press [PLAY/PAUSE] or [REC (●)] in DVD mode and press [REC (●)]
    in VCR mode.
    Note
    • To quit One Touch Recording, press and hold [STOP] for 3 seconds.
    • The DVD Recorder+VCR will automatically power off when One Touch Recording ends.

    Tip (VCR mode only)
    • Always use [PLAY/PAUSE] for best results when making changes during recording.
    For example: To change channels during recording, first press [PLAY/PAUSE] to put the unit in Pause mode. Then
    select the desired channel on the DVD Recorder+VCR, and press [REC (●)] again to resume recording.
    • You cannot record on the VCR deck and DVD deck at the same time.
    • While the VCR is recording, DVD playback is possible. However, while the DVD is recording, all VCR functions are
    disabled.

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    Basic Recording

    One Touch Copy - DVD to VHS
    • If the DVD you are attempting to copy is copy-protected, you will not be able to copy the disc. It is not permitted to
    copy Macrovision encoded DVDs.
    • Copy to VCR does not work in Progressive Scan Mode.

    1 Insert a Disc.
    Insert the disc you wish to copy in the DVD deck and close the disc tray.

    2 Insert a VHS Tape.
    Insert a blank VHS videotape into the VCR deck.

    3 Press [COPY] on the remote control.
    4 Select (DVD ➝VCR) and press [ENTER] or [COPY] to confirm.
    5 Press [REC SPEED] or […/†] to select the desired Record Mode in ‘Copy to

    Quick-Copy Menu

    Tape’ menu:

    • SP (Standard Play)
    • LP (Long Play, 2 times SP).

    Please select the copy option:
    DVD -> VCR
    VCR -> DVD
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    6 Press [COPY] again to start copying.
    7 Stop the Copy Process
    To stop copying at any time, press [STOP]. You must stop the Copy process manually
    when the DVD movie ends, or the unit may replay and record over and over again.
    If you want to start copy any point of disc
    1.

    Choose speed then
    press COPY:
    LP
    SP
    ■ ■ ■ Stop

    RECORDING

    2.
    3.

    Find the place on the DVD (or Disc) from which you want to start recording using the
    [PLAY/PAUSE], [REW] and [FF] functions.
    Press [COPY] while DVD is in pause mode or in resume stop ( » STOP) mode.
    Follow the same procedure 5-7.

    Copy to Tape

    Copy Edit (DVD ➝VCR)
    During one touch copy you can search or change REC SPEED and resume copy.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    During One Touch Copy press [PLAY/PAUSE] to enter COPY EDIT mode.
    Search with [FF/REW] or [NEXT/PREV] button.
    Press [COPY] and you can change REC SPEED.
    Press [COPY] again to resume copy.

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    Basic Recording

    One Touch Copy - VHS to DVD
    You can copy the contents of a VHS tape to a DVD+R or DVD+RW using the [COPY] button. This allows you to
    archive your old VHS tapes to DVD.
    If the VHS videotape you are attempting to copy is copy-protected, you will not be able to copy the tape. It is not
    permitted to copy Macrovision encoded tapes.

    1 Insert a VHS Tape.
    Insert the VHS videotape you wish to copy into the VCR deck.

    2 Insert a DVD+R or DVD+RW disc.
    Insert a blank DVD+R or DVD+RW disc in the DVD deck and close the disc tray.
    • When using a DVD+RW disc, you must initialize before copying; see page 50.

    3 Find the place on the VHS tape from which you want to start recording using the [PLAY/PAUSE], [FF] and [REW]
    functions. And press [STOP].

    4 Press [COPY] on the remote control.
    5 Select (VCR➝DVD) and press [ENTER] or [COPY].
    6 Press [REC SPEED] or […/†] to select the desired

    Quick-Copy Menu

    Record Mode in ‘Copy to Disc’ menu:






    HQ (High Quality - 1 hr/disc)
    SP (Standard Play - 2 hrs/disc)
    EP (Extended Play - 4 hrs/disc)
    SLP (Super Long Play - 6 hrs/disc)

    Please select the copy option:
    DVD -> VCR
    VCR -> DVD
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    7 Press [COPY] again to start copying.
    8 Stop the Copy Process
    To stop copying at any time, press [STOP].
    Copying will stop automatically when the VHS tape ends.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to enter COPY EDIT mode.
    Press [PLAY/PAUSE] again to playback.
    Search with [FF/REW] button.
    Press [COPY] to resume copy.

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    Copy to Disc
    Updating the disc. This may take a few
    minutes. Please wait...

    Setup-Exit

    During one touch copy you can search and resume copy.

    Choose quality then
    press COPY:
    HQ
    SP
    EP
    SLP
    DVD Status
    ■ Stop

    Instructions

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    Timer Recording
    Timer Recording using Manual Set Record Screen
    The Timer Recording function allows you to record up to 8 programs within a period of one month.

    1 Insert recordable media such as DVD+R ,DVD+RW, recordable VHS tape.
    2 Press [TIMER].
    The ‘Select Record Method’ menu appears.

    3 Select ‘Manual edit timer ’ with […/†] and confirm with [ENTER].










    The ‘Timer Recording’ menu appears.
    Use […†] to move to a timer recording slot, and press [ENTER] to modify it.
    If you did not set the clock on the DVD Recorder+VCR, you must do so before
    programming a timer recording.
    Media - Choose desired media (DVD or VHS) using […†].
    PR No. – Choose the desired channel, or one of the external inputs from
    which to record.
    Date – Choose a date up to 1 month in advance, or select a daily or weekly
    program.
    Start Time – Set the recording start time.
    End Time – Set the recording end time.
    Mode – Choose a Record mode.
    DVD: HQ, SP, SLP or EP
    VCR: SP, LP
    Repeat-Choose frequency of the recording. Once, Daily, Weekly, Weekday.

    4 Enter the necessary information for your Timer Recording(s).
    œ √ – Moves the cursor left/right.
    …† – Changes the setting at the current cursor position.
    Press [SETUP] to exit the Timer Record menu.
    Press [ENTER] after filling in all the program information.
    Press [TIMER] to display the Timer Record List.

    5 Press [ENTER] to save the program.
    The Timer Record List will appear.

    6 Press [SETUP] to exit the Timer Record List.
    7 Timer indicator will light or blinking. Power Off the DVD Recorder+VCR to start
    the Timer Recording.
    Note
    • The Timer indicator lights on the front panel display when the DVD
    Recorder+VCR is ready for the Timer Recording.
    • The tape timer indicator is blinking if any of the following meets if no
    recordable tape is inserted. Both the disc and tape timer indicators are blinking
    if tape and disc timer recordings are overlapped.
    • The DVD Recorder+VCR will automatically power off when the Timer
    Recording ends.
    • There is a short delay when a timer recording finishes to confirm the recorded
    program. If two timer recordings are set to record sequentially (one right after
    the other), the very beginning of the later program may not be recorded.

    Please choose your preferred
    method for scheduling
    Manual edit timer
    VideoPlus
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    Timer Recording
    PR No. Date
    ---- --/----- --/----- --/----- --/----- --/----- --/----- --/----- --/-Instructions

    Start
    --:---:---:---:---:---:---:---:--

    End Mode
    --:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ---

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Move …†

    Edit Timer
    Media
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat
    Delete
    Instructions

    PR-03
    Jan/02 Sun
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    Enter-Save Setup-Exit

    Timer Recording
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 01/02 13:30
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:-Instructions

    End Mode
    14:30 HQ
    --:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ---

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Move …†

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    Timer Recording

    Timer Recording using VideoPlus system
    Thanks to this programming system, you no longer need to tediously enter the date, programme number, start
    and end time. All the information needed by the DVD recorder for programming is contained in the VideoPlus
    programming number. This VideoPlus number is found in most TV listings.

    1 Insert recordable media such as DVD+R ,DVD+RW, recordable VHS tape.
    2 Press [TIMER].

    Select Record Method

    The ‘Select Record Method’ menu appears.
    Please choose your preferred
    method for scheduling
    Manual edit timer
    VideoPlus
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit Move …†

    3 Select ‘VideoPlus’ with […/†] and confirm with [ENTER].
    The ‘VideoPlus’ menu appears.
    Enter the entire ‘VideoPlus’ number. This number is up to 9 digits long and
    can be found next to the start time of the TV programme in your TV listings
    megazine.
    e.g.: 5-234-89 or 5 234 89
    Enter 523489 for the ‘VideoPlus’ number.
    If you make a mistake, you can clear it with [CLEAR].

    4 Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    VideoPlus
    Please enter your VideoPlus Code.
    –––––––––

    Instructions
    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Move …†

    Timer Recording
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 01/02 13:30
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:-Instructions

    End Mode
    14:30 HQ
    --:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ---

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Move …†

    5

    The decoded information appears after confirmation. You can go back at any
    time to change the information by pressing [ENTER]. Select the appropriate
    input field using […†]. If required, change the information using […†].
    If all the information is correct, press the [ENTER] button. The programming
    information is stored in a TIMER block.

    6 Press [SETUP] to exit the Timer Record List.
    7 Timer indicator will light or blinking. Power Off the DVD Recorder+VCR to start
    the Timer Recording.

    Edit Timer
    Media
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat
    Delete
    Instructions

    PR-03
    Jan/02 Sun
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    Enter-Save Setup-Exit

    • VideoPlus is not available for some countries.

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    Timer Recording

    Canceling a Timer Recording
    You can clear a Timer Recording any time before the recording actually starts.
    • Use […†] to select the program you want to erase on the Timer Recorder List, then press [ENTER] to
    modify it. Use [œ √] to select 'Delete' then press [ENTER].

    Stopping a Timer Recording in Progress
    After a Timer Recording has started, you can still cancel the program by pressing and holding [STOP] for 3
    seconds.

    Timer Recording Troubleshooting
    Even if a Timer Recording is set, the DVD Recorder+VCR will not record if:





    No disc is loaded.
    A non-recordable disc is loaded.
    DISC Lock is set to ON in the DISC Settings menu; see page 52.
    There are already 49 titles recorded on the disc.

    You cannot enter a Timer Recording if:
    • A recording is already under way.
    • The start time has already passed.
    • Eight Timer Recordings have already been set.

    If two or more Timer Recordings overlap:
    RECORDING

    • The earlier program takes priority.
    • When the earlier program finishes, the later program starts.
    • If two programs are set to start at exactly the same time, the program entered first takes priority.

    Confirmation is not possible when:
    • The DISC Protect setting is set to ON.
    • There are already 49 titles recorded on the disc.
    If the disc is damaged, the recording may not complete successfully, even if the Check field shows ‘Rec. OK‘.
    Recording Priority
    • Timer Recording and OTR (One Touch Record) have the same priority but they have lower priority than manual
    recording. During manual recording, Timer Recording or OTR will be ignored.

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    Recording from an External Input
    Recording from External Components
    You can record from an external component, such as a camcorder or VCR, connected to any of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR’s external inputs.

    1 Make sure the component you want to record from is connected properly to the DVD Recorder+VCR; see pages
    15~18.

    2 Use [PR+/–] or [INPUT] to select the external input to record from.
    3 Load a recordable disc or tape.
    4 Set the desired Recording mode by pressing [REC SPEED] repeatedly.
    DVD: HQ (High Quality - 1 hr/disc), SP (Standard Play - 2 hrs/disc), EP (Extended Play - 4 hrs/disc), or SLP
    (Super Long Play - 6 hrs/disc).
    VCR: SP (Standard Play), LP (Long Play - 2 times SP)

    5 Press [REC (●)] once.
    Recording will start. The REC indicator lights on the front panel display.
    Recording continues until you press [STOP] or the disc is full.
    To record for a fixed length of time, see ‘One Touch Record‘ on page 44.

    6 Press [STOP (■)] to stop recording.
    Note
    • If your source is copy-protected, you will not be able to record it using the DVD Recorder+VCR. See ‘Copyright
    Notice‘ on page 8 for more details.

    Recording from a Digital Camcorder

    DF-8100P/8150P only

    You can record from a digital camcorder connected to the DV IN jack on the front panel of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR.
    You can use the DVD Recorder+VCR remote to control both the camcorder and the DVD Recorder+VCR. Before
    recording, make sure the digital camcorder is properly connected to the front panel DV IN jack; see page 18.
    The source signal must be DVC SD format.
    Some camcorders cannot be controlled using the DVD Recorder+VCR remote.
    If you connect a second DVD recorder using a DV cable, you cannot control the second recorder from this one.
    You cannot control the DVD Recorder+VCR remotely from a component connected to the DV IN jack.
    You cannot record date and time information from a DV cassette.

    1 Make sure your digital camcorder is connected to the front panel DV IN jack; see page 18.
    2 Press [INPUT] repeatedly to select the DV input.
    DV appears on the front panel display and the TV screen.

    3 Find the place on the camcorder tape from which you want to start recording.
    For best results, pause playback at the point you want to start recording. Depending on your camcorder, you
    can use the DVD Recorder+VCR remote to control the camcorder using the STOP, PLAY, and PAUSE
    functions.

    4 Press [REC] once to start recording.

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    recording by pressing [PLAY/PAUSE] or [STOP]. You cannot control the camcorder from the remote control
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    Recording from an External Input

    What is DV?

    DF-8100P/8150P only

    Using DV, also known as i.LINK, you can connect a DV-equipped camcorder to the DVD Recorder+VCR using a
    single DV cable for input and output of audio, video, data and control signals.
    The i.LINK interface is also known as IEEE 1394-1995.
    ‘i.LINK’ and the ‘i.LINK’ logo are trademarks.
    • The DVD Recorder+VCR is only compatible with DV-format (DVC-SD) camcorders. Digital satellite tuners
    and Digital VHS video recorders are not compatible.
    • You cannot connect more than one DV camcorder at a time to the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    • You cannot control the DVD Recorder+VCR from external equipment connected via the DV IN jack (including
    two DVD Recorders).
    • It may not always be possible to control the connected camcorder via the DV IN jack.
    • Audio input to the DV IN jack should be 32 or 48kHz (not 44.1kHz).
    • Picture disturbance on the recording may occur if the source component pauses playback or plays an
    unrecorded section of tape, or if the power fails in the source component, or if the DV cable becomes
    disconnected.

    RECORDING

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    Editing
    DISC Initialize
    • If you load a blank DVD+R(+RW) disc, it will be initialized (formatted to enable recording).
    • Do not start recording until disc initialization is complete.
    • If you load a DVD+RW that has already been used you can record a program immediately.

    Disc Menu
    For recordable DVD media, such as DVD+R and DVD+RW discs, you can manage the disc using the Disc Menu.
    The DVD+R Disc Menu allows you to rename your disc or finalize it so it will be compatible with most other
    DVD players.
    The DVD+RW Disc Menu allows you to erase, lock, or unlock your disc. You can also make it compatible with
    most other DVD players.

    Information / Erase the disc (DVD+RW)
    1 Press [MENU] to go to Disc Menu mode.
    2 In Disc Menu mode, press […] to move to the top menu.
    3 Press [√] to display the Disc Menu.
    4 The Disc Menu shows you disc information, such as disc type,
    number of recordings, total titles, free space, etc.

    5
    6
    7

    Use [œ/√] to select the Disc Erase menu.
    If you want to erase the whole disc, press [ENTER].

    Information
    Type
    Recordings
    Total Title
    Free Space
    Finalized
    Locked
    Compatible

    Erase the disc
    DVD+RW
    5
    00:57:57
    01:48:48
    No
    Yes

    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

    To confirm, select ‘Yes‘. To cancel, select ‘No‘. If you select ‘Yes‘ and press [ENTER],
    all the contents of the disc will be lost.
    • DVD+R discs cannot be locked (unlocked) or erased.

    Press [Enter] if you want
    to erase the disc. All
    existing recordings will
    be cleared.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    Erase the disc
    Erase the disc?
    All recordings will be lost.
    Yes
    No

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Lock/Unlock Disc (DVD+RW)
    If you want to protect a disc from accidental recording, editing, or
    erasing, you can lock the disc. Later, if you change your mind, you
    can unlock the disc.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8

    Use […] to go to the top menu.
    Press [√] to display the Disc Information Menu.

    Lock/Unlock Disc

    Lock/Unlock Disc

    Press [Enter] to lock the
    disc. This prevents future
    disc operations or
    recordings.

    Disc is unlocked.
    Do you want to lock it?
    Yes
    No

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Use [œ/√] to select ‘Lock/Unlock Disc’.
    Press [ENTER] as shown on the screen.
    You can see the current disc status (Locked or Unlocked).

    Lock/Unlock Disc

    You can change the disc status by selecting ‘Yes‘ and pressing [ENTER].

    Changing disc lock status.

    The ‘Changing Disc Status’ bar will appear. This process takes a few seconds.

    Please wait a moment....

    After the process is finished the menu disappears automatically.

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    Editing

    Finalize (Make Compatible)
    Finalizing a DVD+R ‘locks’ its recordings in place so the disc can be played on most standard DVD players or
    computers equipped with DVD-ROM drives.
    'Make Compatible' for a DVD+RW will automatically create a menu screen for navigating the disc. This menu
    screen is accessible by pressing [MENU] or [TITLE].
    ••• DVD+R disc •••

    ••• DVD+RW disc •••

    Finalize

    Make Compatible

    Press [Enter] to make any
    previous title editing
    compatible with your DVD
    player.

    Press [Enter] to make any
    previous title editing
    compatible with your DVD
    player.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    Finalize

    Make Compatible

    Make disc compatible with
    your DVD player.
    Yes
    No

    Make disc compatible with
    your DVD player.
    Yes
    No

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Finalize

    Make Compatible

    Finished.
    This Disc should already
    be compatible.
    ok

    Finished.
    This Disc should already
    be compatible.
    ok

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    • Once you have finalized a DVD+R disc, you cannot edit or
    record anything else on that disc.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7

    Use […] to go to the top menu.
    Press [√] to display the Disc Information Menu.
    Press [√] and select ‘Finalize‘ for a DVD+R, or ‘Make
    Compatible‘ for DVD+RW.
    Press [ENTER] as shown on the screen.
    Select 'Yes' using […] and press [ENTER] to finalize the disc
    (or make the disc compatible if it is a DVD+RW).
    Press [ENTER] again.
    Press [SETUP] to go to the top disc menu.
    • ‘Finalize (Make Compatible)’ can take up to 3-4 minutes
    depending on the type of disc, how much is recorded on the
    disc, and the number of titles on the disc.
    • If you do not make your DVD+RW disc compatible, your edits
    will not be recognized by other DVD players.
    • It may take over 7 minutes for finalizing the edited disk, you'd
    better wait till the set finish the finalizing operation.

    EDITING

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    Editing

    Change Disc Name
    You can rename your disc to any name you choose. The default disc name is ‘MY DVD‘.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    Use […] to go to the top menu.

    Change Disc Name

    Press [√] to display the Disc Information Menu.

    Press [Enter] to change
    the disc name.

    Press [√] and select ‘Change Disc Name‘.
    Press [ENTER] as shown on the screen.
    The Keyboard Menu appears.
    Use [œ √…†] to select and press [ENTER] to enter the name of the disc.
    Change Disc Name

    CLR : Clear the disc name
    SP : Space
    DEL : Delete a character
    SAVE : Save the disc name

    7
    8

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    MY DVD
    CLR SP
    1 2 3 4 5
    ABC D E
    K LMN O
    U VW X Y
    : ; &

    DEL
    6 7
    F G
    P Q
    Z (

    SAVE
    8 9 0
    H I J
    R S T
    ) . ,

    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Press [ENTER] again.
    To save the name of the disc, select ‘SAVE‘ and press [ENTER].
    • If ‘Lock Disc’ is set to ‘On’ in the DISC Settings menu, you cannot rename your disc; see
    page 52.

    Change Disc Name
    Problem.
    This disc is locked. It
    cannot be renamed.
    ok

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

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    Editing

    Title Menu
    You can manage the titles on your DVD+R/RW discs using the Title menu.

    Play a Title
    To play a title:

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    Press [MENU] to display the disc menu.
    Select the desired title you want to manage using […†].

    Play Title


    Press [√] to display the title menu.
    Select ‘Play Title' using [œ √] .

    Press [Enter] to begin
    playback of title.




    Press [ENTER] to play the title.

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    Erase a Title
    1 Follow steps 1 to 3 under ‘Play Title‘.
    2 Select ‘Erase Title‘ using [œ √].
    3 Press [ENTER] to erase the title.
    Erase Title


    Press [Enter] to erase
    this title.




    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    4

    Select 'Yes' and press [ENTER] to confirm.
    Erase Title





    Would you like to Erase
    the title?
    Yes
    No



    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    The Erase Title progress bar will be displayed. This may takes several
    seconds.

    6

    After erasing is complete, the erased title remains as an empty title.

    EDITING

    5

    Erase Title


    Title is being erased.


    • You can erase titles on DVD+RW discs only.


    Please wait a moment...

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    Editing

    Change Name
    To change the name of a title:

    1
    2
    3

    Follow steps 1 to 3 under ‘Play Title‘.
    Select ‘Change Name’ using [œ √] .

    Change Name


    Press [ENTER] to change the title name.

    Press [Enter] to change
    the title name.




    4

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    The Keyboard Menu will be displayed. Use [œ √…†] to select a
    character or function and press [ENTER].
    CLR : Clear the whole title.
    SP : Add a space
    DEL : Delete a character
    SAVE : Save the title name

    5

    Change Name





    After the new title name is complete, select ‘SAVE’ and press [ENTER].

    TITLE
    CLR SP
    1 2 3 4 5
    ABC D E
    K LMN O
    U VW X Y
    : ; &

    DEL
    6 7
    F G
    P Q
    Z (

    SAVE
    8 9 0
    H I J
    R S T
    ) . ,

    Enter-Confirm Move …†

    Record Option
    To set DVD+R and DVD+RW recording options:

    1
    2
    3

    Follow steps 1 to 3 under ‘Play Title‘.
    Select ‘Record Options’ using [œ √] and press [ENTER].

    Record Options


    Select your preferred record options for each disc type (DVD+R and
    DVD+RW):



    Press [Enter] to select
    a method for overwriting
    this title.



    For DVD+R
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm

    The last recorded title : Allows you to append your new recording to the
    end of your last recording, or record it as a new
    title.
    Others :
    Allows you to record your new title until the end
    of the disc.

    For DVD+RW
    The last blank title :

    Record Options


    You can choose
    Overwrite then stop
    Overwrite and continue
    (Append to existing)


    Allows you to record your new title until the end
    of the disc.

    The last recorded title : Allows you to record over your last recorded
    Instructions
    title and then stop.
    Enter-Confirm Move …†
    Allows you to record over your last recorded
    title and continue recording until the end of the disc.
    Allows you to append your new recording to the end of your last recording. (option)
    Others :
    Allows you to record over the title and then stop.
    Allows you to record over the title and continue recording until the end of the disc.

    • As overwriting function may take several minutes to finish and save recording, we recommend to delete title and
    record function.

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    Editing

    Editing
    When you insert a DVD+R or DVD+RW disc already recorded by your DVD Recorder+VCR, you can edit the titles
    and chapters in a variety of ways.
    To edit a recorded title, select the title on the disc menu and press [EDIT].
    The selected title will begin playing automatically.
    • After editing is complete, a DVD+RW disc will not be compatible with other DVD players until you make the disc
    compatible; see page 53.

    Titles and Chapters
    When you insert a DVD+R or DVD+RW disc already recorded by your DVD Recorder+VCR, all titles recorded on
    the disc appear on your screen. If a selected title has chapters, you can skip to the next or previous chapter by
    pressing [NEXT] or [PREV].
    You can also see how many chapters are in a title by pressing [DISPLAY] during playback.

    Title
    To select a specific title:

    DVD Edit

    1
    2
    3

    Title
    1 of 2 Select Title

    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Edit Chapters
    1 of 2 †
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture
    Split Title

    Use […†] to select ‘Title‘.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.
    Use […†] to select the desired title number and then press [ENTER].

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Chapter
    To select a specific chapter:

    DVD Edit

    1
    2
    3

    Title
    1 of 2 Select Chapter

    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Edit Chapters
    1 of 11 †
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture
    Split Title

    Use […†] to select ‘Chapter‘.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.
    Use […†] to select the desired chapter number and then press [ENTER].

    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Edit Chapters

    1
    2
    3

    Use […†] to select ‘Edit Chapters‘.

    4

    Press [ENTER] to confirm.

    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.

    DVD Edit
    Title
    1 of 2 Choose the edit
    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Function
    Edit Chapters
    Add
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture Delete
    Split Title
    Delete All
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Use […†] to select one of the various chapter marker functions (Add,
    Delete, or Delete All).

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    EDITING

    You can add a chapter marker anywhere in a title during playback.
    Once the chapter is marked, you can use the chapter search feature as
    described above.
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    Editing

    Hide Chapters
    This feature allows you to hide or unhide a chapter. After hiding a chapter, the
    chapter is not deleted but only hidden. If a chapter is hidden then it shows
    ‘Unhide Chapter‘ and vice versa.

    DVD Edit
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Edit Chapters
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture
    Split Title
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Change Index Picture
    Each title displayed in the Playlist menu is represented by a thumbnail picture
    taken from the start of that title or chapter. If you prefer, you can select a
    different still picture from within the title.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Use […†] to select ‘Change Index Picture‘.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.
    Use […†] to select ‘Yes‘ if you prefer to change the picture.

    DVD Edit
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Edit Chapters
    Change Picture
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture Are you sure?
    Split Title
    Yes
    No
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Press [ENTER] when the preferred picture is on your TV screen.

    Split Title
    This feature allows you to split a title into two titles.

    DVD Edit

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 11
    Edit Chapters
    Split the title
    Hide Chapter
    Change Index Picture in two?
    Split Title
    Yes

    Use […†] to select 'Split Title'.
    Press [ENTER] to display the submenu.
    Use […†] to select 'Yes' if you prefer to split the title.
    Press [ENTER] to confirm. It may take a few minutes to split the title.
    • Split Title may take several minutes.

    No
    Instructions
    Enter-Confirm Setup-Exit
    Move …†

    Split Title
    Splitting title into 2 titles.
    Please wait a moment....
    Instructions
    Setup-Exit

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    Troubleshooting
    Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting customer support.

    Symptom

    Cause

    No power.

    The power cord is disconnected.

    No picture.

    The TV is not set to receive DVD
    Recorder+VCR signal output.

    No sound.

    Playback picture is poor.

    DVD Recorder+VCR does
    not start playback.

    The video cable is not connected
    securely.
    The TV power is turned off.
    The equipment connected with the
    audio cable is not set to receive DVD
    Recorder+VCR signal output.
    The audio cables are not connected
    securely.
    The power on the equipment
    connected with the audio cable is
    turned off.
    The audio cables are damaged.
    The disc is dirty.
    Tape heads are dirty.
    Tape is a rental or was recorded on
    another VCR.
    No disc is inserted. No tape is
    inserted.
    An unplayable disc is inserted.
    The disc is placed upside down.
    The disc is not placed within the
    guide.
    The disc is dirty.
    The Parental Control level is set.
    The video signal from the external
    component is copy-protected.

    Some channels are skipped
    over when using [PR+/–].
    Picture or sound of
    broadcasting channel is
    weak or missing.
    Camcorder image not
    shown.(DF-8100P/8150P only)
    Camcorder image via A/V
    input to DVD Recorder+
    VCR is not shown on TV
    screen.
    Can’t play disc recorded
    on this DVD
    Recorder+VCR on another
    DVD player.

    The skipped channels were deleted
    with the ‘Adjust Channels’ feature.
    Antenna or cables are loose.
    Wrong Tuning Band is selected in the
    DVD Recorder+VCR Setup menu.
    Camcorder is off.

    Plug the power cord into the wall outlet
    securely.
    Select the appropriate video input on the
    TV so the picture from the DVD
    Recorder+VCR appears on the TV screen.
    Connect the video cable securely.
    Turn on the TV.
    Select the correct input mode on the audio
    receiver so you can listen to the sound
    from the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    Connect the audio cables securely.
    Turn on the equipment connected with the
    audio cable.
    Replace with new ones.
    Clean the disc.
    Clean the video heads.
    Use [Tracking +/–] for manual tracking
    adjustment while a tape is playing.
    Insert a disc or tape. (Check that the disc
    indicator on the front panel display is lit.)
    Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc
    type, color system, and regional code.)
    Place the disc with the playback side
    down.
    Place the disc on the disc tray correctly
    inside the guide.
    Clean the disc.
    Cancel the Parental Control function or
    change the rating level.
    You cannot connect via the DVD
    Recorder+VCR. Connect the component
    directly to your TV.
    Use the ‘Adjust Channels’ feature to
    restore channels.
    Tighten connections or replace cable.
    Try all ‘Auto Set‘ options; see page 23 for
    details.
    Turn camcorder on and operate properly.

    EDITING

    Picture from external
    input is distorted.

    Solution

    DVD Recorder+VCR’s source is not set Use [INPUT] to select AV input channel
    (AV1, AV2, AVF, or DV).
    to AV1, AV2, AVF, or DV.
    REFERENCE

    (DV : DF-8100P/8150P only)

    The disc was not finalized (or not made
    compatible if using a DVD+RW).
    Some players will not play even a
    finalized disc.

    Finalize the disc; see page 53.
    No solution.

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    Troubleshooting

    Symptom

    Cannot record or did not
    record successfully.

    Timer Recording not
    possible.

    Stereo Audio Record
    and/or Playback not
    present.

    Remote control does not
    work properly.

    Cause

    Solution

    Discs recorded with copy-once
    material cannot be played on other
    players.
    The remaining blank space on the
    disc is insufficient.
    The source you are trying to record is
    copy-protected.
    When setting the recording channel,
    the channel is tuned on your TV’s
    tuner.
    Clock in DVD Recorder+VCR is not set
    to correct time.
    Timer has been programmed
    incorrectly.
    TIMER indicator light does not appear
    after programming timer.
    TV is not Stereo-compatible.
    Broadcast program is not in stereo
    format.
    DVD Recorder+VCR A/V Out jacks are
    not connected to TV A/V In jacks.

    No solution.
    Use another disc.
    You cannot record the source.
    Select the channel on the DVD
    Recorder+VCR’s built-in TV tuner.
    Set clock to correct time. See ‘Set Clock‘
    on page 23.
    Reprogram Timer. See ‘Timer Recording‘
    on page 47.
    Reprogram Timer.
    No solution.
    No solution.

    Make A/V connections. Stereo is available
    only via A/V output from DVD
    Recorder+VCR.
    DVD Recorder+VCR Audio/Video Out is Select AUX or A/V source as TV input.
    Set TV audio channel mode to Stereo.
    not selected for viewing at the TV.
    See ‘Changing the TV Audio Channel‘ on
    DVD Recorder+VCR’s TV audio
    page 33.
    channel is set to BIL or MONO.
    Point the remote control at the remote
    The remote control is not pointed at
    sensor of the DVD Recorder+VCR.
    the remote sensor of the DVD
    Recorder+VCR.
    The remote control is too far from the Operate the remote control within 23 ft
    (7m).
    DVD Recorder+VCR.
    There is an obstacle in the path of the Remove the obstacle.
    remote control and the DVD
    Recorder+VCR.
    The batteries in the remote control are Replace the batteries.
    dead.

    DVD RESET : If the set is in malfunction, press [DVD/VCR] key on the front panel for 4 seconds. As this set is Digital
    Multimedia Product, malfunction may occurs.

    Moisture Condensation
    Moisture condensation can occur:

    In locations where moisture condensation may occur:

    When the DVD Recorder+VCR is moved from a cold
    place to a warm place.

    Keep the DVD Recorder+VCR plugged into an AC
    power outlet with the power on. This will help
    prevent condensation.

    Under extremely humid conditions.

    When condensation has occurred, wait a few hours
    for the DVD Recorder+VCR to dry before using it.

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    Technical Specifications
    General
    Power requirements
    Power consumption
    Dimensions, Mass (approx.)
    Operating temperature
    Operating humidity
    Signal system

    Recording

    Recording formats
    Recordable discs
    Recordable time

    Video recording format

    200–240V~, 50/60 Hz
    32W
    16.9 x 3.54 x 14.0 inches (430 x 91 x 354 mm) (w x h x d), 13.5 lbs (6.18 kg)
    41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C)
    5% to 90%
    PAL Colour
    DVD Video Recording, DVD-VIDEO
    DVD+R, DVD+RW
    [DVD] Approx. 1 hour (HQ mode), 2 hours (SP mode), 4 hours (EP mode),
    6 hours (SLP mode)
    [VCR] SP: 3 hours (E-180), LP: 6 hours (E-180)

    Sampling frequency
    Compression format

    27MHz
    MPEG 2

    Sampling frequency
    Compression format

    48kHz
    MPEG1 Layer2

    Audio recording format

    VCR Specifications

    Head system
    Timer
    Tape speed
    Tape width
    Rewind time
    Antenna
    Channel coverage
    Frequency range
    Video S/N
    Audio S/N
    Resolution

    DVD Specifications

    Laser system
    Frequency response
    Video S/N, Audio S/N
    Harmonic distortion
    Dynamic range
    Resolution

    Inputs

    Outputs

    Antenna In/Out
    Video In
    Audio In
    DV In

    Video output (DVD/VCR)
    Video output (DVD)
    Audio output (DVD/VCR)
    Audio output (DVD)
    S-Video output (Y)

    4 Head Video, 2 Head Hi-Fi helical scan azimuth system
    24-hour display type
    SP: 23.39 mm/sec, LP: 11.70 mm/sec
    12.7 mm
    less than 150 seconds (E-180)
    75 ohms (VHF/UHF)
    VHF: 2-12, 13-20, 74-80 / UHF: 21-69 / CATV: 1-41
    20Hz to 20kHz
    Over 43 dB (Standard recording)
    Over 65 dB (Hi-Fi), Over 40 dB (Mono)
    Over 240 lines (Standard recording)
    Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650 nm
    DVD (PCM 48 kHz): 8 Hz to 22 kHz, CD: 8 Hz to 20 kHz
    More than 60 dB, More than 90 dB
    Less than 0.04%
    More than 90 dB
    Over 500 lines (HQ Recording)
    U/V-mixed; 75 Ω unbalanced
    1.0 Vp-p, unbalanced
    -8.8 dBm
    4 pin (i.LINK/IEEE 1394 standard)

    DF-8100P/8150P only

    Video output terminal, 1.0 Vp-p, unbalanced
    RGB output (75Ω in load, R : 0.7Vp-p, G : 0.7Vp-p, B : 0.7Vp-p)
    Audio output terminal (2 kinds), -5.8dBm (VCR), 2Vrms (DVD)
    Analog audio output : 2.0Vrms, Digital audio output : coaxial
    1.0Vp-p, 75Ω unbalanced, Mini DIN 4-pin x 1, C : 0.286Vp-p, 75Ω

    Accessories

    Remote control ....................................... 1
    Batteries ................................................. 2

    REFERENCE

    RF cable .................................................. 1
    Scart cable .............................................. 1
    Blank DVD+RW disc ............................... 1

    Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

    Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. ‘Dolby‘, ‘Pro Logic‘ and the double-D symbol are
    trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
    DTS and DTS Digital Out are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.

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    SURNAME

    The information provided will be held on computer by the DAEWOO Registration Department of Domestic & General Insurance Co. Limited for the provision
    of warranty insurance or product related purposes.
    The information will not be disclosed to third parties, should you prefer not to receive product related details writes to Domestic & General Insurance Co.
    DAE REG / 295
    Limited, on the address overleaf.

    TODAY

    DATE OF PURCHASE

    TEAR
    OFF HERE
    AND RETURN

    MODEL No.

    On the expiry date of the manufacturer’s guarantee you will be sent details of our annual insurance plan but if you have already bought an extended warranty
    for this product from your retailer please tick box

    PRODUCT VALUE

    DATE OF PURCHASE

    KEEP THIS SECTION FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

    Please keep this with your purchase receipt, which
    will be required if service is needed on this product
    during the guarantee period.

    SERIAL No.

    SERIAL No.

    POSTCODE

    INITIALS

    IMPORTANT

    YOUR 1ST YEAR
    MANUFACTURER’S
    GUARANTEE

    NAME OF RETAILER

    PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

    MODEL No.

    PRODUCT DETAILS

    COUNTRY

    TOWN

    NUMBER/HOUSE NAME/STREET

    MR
    MRS
    MS

    To register you product for its 12 month guarantee please complete and return the section below.

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    DAEWOO GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
    This product is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of original
    purchase. Any defect that arises due to faulty materials or
    workmanship will be repaired free of charge during this period by
    the dealer from whom you purchased the unit. The guarantee is
    subject to the following provisions.
    The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse, cabinet
    parts, knobs or consumable items such as batteries, drive belts or
    bulbs.
    The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance
    with the instructions contained in the manual. It must be used solely
    for domestic purposes. For further information regarding your
    guarantee please see the section at the rear of your user manual.
    The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is resold or has
    been damaged by inexpert repair.
    DAEWOO disclaims any liability for incidental or consequential
    damages.
    The guarantee is in addition to and does not diminish your statutory
    or legal rights.
    In the event of a breakdown please refer to your instruction manual
    and check all plugs, fuses and electricity supply.
    In the event of there being no breakdown you will be charged for
    the repair.

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    Bedworth
    Nuneaton
    Warwickshire CV12 8JP

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