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    DVD/VCR-RECORDER

    GDR 6460 VCR

    DEUTSCH
    ENGLISH



  • Page 2

    CONTENTS ____________________________________________

    2

    5-6

    GDR 6460 VCR DVD recorder

    5
    5
    6

    Special features of your DVD/VCR recorder
    Disc formats
    Packing contents

    7

    Set-up and safety

    8-12

    Overview

    8
    9
    10
    11-12

    The front of the DVD/VCR recorder
    The displays on the DVD/VCR recorder
    The back of the DVD/VCR recorder
    The remote control

    13-18

    Connection and preparation

    13
    13-15
    16
    17
    18
    18

    Connecting a rooftop antenna or cable feed
    Connecting a television or flat screen
    Connecting an audio system with analogue two-channel stereo sound
    Connecting a multi-channel amplifier or digital two-channel audio system
    Connecting the power cord
    Inserting batteries in the remote control

    19-21

    Initial setup

    19
    19-20
    21
    21

    Switching on the DVD/VCR recorder
    Initial setup
    Selecting the screen format of your television set
    Setting the signal type for the video output socket

    22

    Before playback

    22
    22
    22

    Preparation
    Inserting a disc
    Removing the disc

    23-29

    Playback

    23
    24
    25
    26
    27-28
    28
    29

    DVD playback
    DVD+RW/+R playback
    S-VCD/VCD playback
    MP3 CD playback
    Picture data CD playback
    Simultaneous playback of JPEG data and MP3 data
    Audio CD playback

    30-33

    Playback convenience functions

    30
    30
    31
    31
    31
    31
    31
    32
    32
    32
    33
    33

    Selecting titles and chapters
    Selecting functions with the playback menu
    Interrupting and resuming playback
    Frame search
    Slow motion forward
    Frame-by-frame playback
    Selecting camera angles for scenes
    Enlarging and moving the screen section (zoom)
    Switching the dubbed language or the audio format
    Selecting and displaying subtitles
    Repeating a chapter, a title or a disc
    Repeating a selected section (A-B Repeat)



  • Page 3

    34-35

    Playback of a video cassette

    34
    34
    34
    34
    35
    35
    35
    35

    Preparation
    Basic playback functions
    Eliminating picture interference (unwanted lines)
    Freeze-frame
    Frame search
    Slow motion forward
    Fast forward/rewind a cassette
    Setting search functions for the VCR unit

    36-37

    Recordings

    36
    36
    36
    36
    37
    37

    Recording options
    Suitable discs for recording
    Unsuitable discs
    Initialising discs
    Recording quality and time of the discs
    Recording duration of the cassette

    38-39

    One-touch recording (OTR)

    38
    38
    39
    39
    39

    Preparing for recording
    Manually recording television programs from the antenna or the cable feed
    Manually recording television programs from the satellite receiver
    Finalising a disc (DVD+R)
    Error messages

    40-44

    Delayed recording

    40-41
    42-43
    44

    Programming recording by entering the ShowView number
    Programming recording by entering the data for the television programme
    Checking, editing and deleting recording information

    45-46

    Copying functions

    45
    46

    Copying from a disc to a video cassette
    Copying from a video cassette to disc

    47-54

    Managing recording data

    47-48
    49
    50
    50
    51
    52
    52
    53
    54
    54

    Editing titles
    Editing the names of recordings
    Deleting titles (recordings) from the disc
    Overwriting titles
    Entering the name of the disc
    Deleting the content of the disc (DVD+RW)
    Locking a disc
    Completing a title alteration (DVD+RW only)
    Finalising a disc (DVD+R only)
    Calling up disc information

    55-56

    Copying

    55
    56

    Connection and preparation
    Recording from external devices

    57-58

    Operation with a decoder

    57
    58

    Connection and preparation
    Recording pay TV programmes

    ENGLISH

    CONTENTS ____________________________________________

    3



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    CONTENTS ____________________________________________

    4

    59-60

    Parental lock

    59
    60

    Authorising the content of a DVD
    Changing the access code (password)

    61

    Audio settings

    62-63

    Language settings

    64-65

    Recording settings

    64
    65

    Recording settings
    VPS/PDC controller for timer recordings

    66-70

    Special settings

    66
    66
    67
    68
    68
    69
    69
    70
    70
    70

    Tuning television channels automatically
    Tuning television channels manually
    Sorting television stations
    Deleting television stations
    Entering station names
    Automatically adopting television stations
    Setting the time automatically
    Setting the time and date
    Resetting the DVD/VCR recorder to its original condition
    Calling up system information

    71-73

    Information

    71
    71
    72
    73
    73

    Technical data
    General instructions for laser devices
    Rectifying minor problems
    Cleaning discs
    Software information



  • Page 5

    GDR 6460 VCR DVD/VCR RECORDER ___
    Special features of your DVD/VCR recorder
    Your DVD/VCR recorder provides you with perfect video recording and
    playback in studio quality.
    It also provides superb cinema-quality audio playback – in stereo or
    with digital multi-channel sound – depending on the type of disc and
    audio system or stereo television.
    Other features of DVD video include the choice of audio channel and
    language, choice of subtitle language, and various camera recording
    angles. Your DVD/VCR recorder is suitable for DVDs with regional
    code 2.
    In addition to DVDs it can play MP3 CDs, video CDs, S Video CDs,
    JPEG encoded (photo) CDs, KODAK picture CDs and audio CDs.

    DVD R

    Your DVD/VCR recorder can make copies from DVD+RW and DVD+R
    onto video cassettes and from video cassette onto DVD+RW and
    DVD+R. When making copies please ensure that you do not infringe the
    copyright of third parties.

    Disc formats
    DVD+RWs and DVD+Rs are suitable for recording and playback.
    DVD video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, audio CD, video CD, Super Video CD,
    CD-R and CD-RW can all be used for playback.
    Due to the difference in quality of the recording media and the quality of
    the recording itself, it can occasionally happen that some recorded
    DVDs or CDs cannot be read. This does not indicate a malfunction on
    the part of the DVD/VCR recorder.
    Recordings you make on DVD+Rs must be finalised.
    When MP3 CDs are played back, individual tracks or pictures may be
    skipped or incorrectly played back. This can be due to the disc configuration, the encoder software or the hardware used for the recording.
    Audio CDs (CDDA) meet the appropriate specification and bear the corresponding logo. Copy-protected CDs do not meet this specification and do
    not bear the corresponding logo. These CDs can cause playback errors.

    ENGLISH

    DVD ReWritable

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  • Page 6

    GDR 6460 VCR DVD/VCR RECORDER ___
    Packing contents
    1 DVD Recorder GDR 6460
    2 Remote control
    3 2 Batteries, 1.5 V, type AAA
    4 DVD+RW
    5 Antenna cable
    6 EURO-AV cable
    7 Operating manual

    5
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    4

    3
    6

    1

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    7
    DVD-RECORDER



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    SETUP AND SAFETY ____________________________
    °C

    °C

    Please note the following information when setting up your DVD/VCR
    recorder:

    2h

    This DVD/VCR recorder is designed to record and play back video and
    audio signals.
    Any other use is expressly prohibited.

    Krieg im Balkan

    If the DVD/VCR recorder is subjected to a sudden change in temperature,
    for example if it is brought in from the cold to a warm room, connect it to the
    mains supply and let it stand for at least two hours before you insert a disc
    or cassette.
    The DVD/VCR recorder is designed for use in dry rooms. If you do use it in
    the open, please ensure that it is protected from moisture, such as rain or
    water splashes.

    °C

    °C

    RECORD

    Place the DVD/VCR recorder on a hard, level surface. Do not place any
    objects such as newspapers on the DVD/VCR recorder, or a tablecloth or
    other similar item underneath it.

    2h

    ON/OFF

    Do not place the DVD/VCR recorder directly on top of an AV receiver or a
    subwoofer. The laser optics are sensitive to temperature and shocks.

    RECORD

    DVD ReWritable

    MENU

    SOURCE

    Q-SET

    PROG

    MENU

    Do not place the DVD/VCR recorder close to heating units or in direct
    sunlight, as this will impair cooling.

    Krieg im Balkan

    ON/OFF

    RECORD

    DVD ReWritable

    SOURCE

    Q-SET

    PROG

    MENU

    Do not insert foreign objects in the disc compartment or the cassette compartment of the DVD/VCR recorder.
    Never open the DVD/VCR recorder casing under any circumstances. No
    warranty claims are accepted for damage resulting from improper handling.
    Do not place any vessels filled with liquid, such as vases, on the DVD/VCR
    recorder, as they may spill liquid, thus presenting a safety risk.
    Thunderstorms are a danger to all electrical devices. Even if the DVD/VCR
    recorder is switched off, it can be damaged by a lightning strike to the
    mains. Always disconnect the mains and antenna plugs during a storm.
    If the DVD/VCR recorder fails to read a DVD or CD properly, clean the
    disc with a soft cloth. Wipe the disc from the centre outwards. Do not use
    cleaning CDs to clean the laser optics. This can damage the optics.
    Always keep the disc compartment closed to prevent dust from collecting on
    the laser optics.
    This DVD/VCR recorder successfully combines technology and environmental friendliness in its overall design. Only environmentally-friendly, highquality materials have been used. The batteries included contain no mercury
    or cadmium.

    ENGLISH

    COAXIAL

    7



  • Page 8

    OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
    The front of the DVD/VCR recorder

    A
    STANDBY/ON

    C

    Switches the DVD/VCR recorder on from stand-by mode
    and off again.

    A

    Cassette compartment.

    B

    Display.

    ə

    EJECT

    C

    ə

    Ejects a video cassette.
    Compartment for CD media.

    OPEN/CLOSE Opens and closes the disc compartment.

    VCR/DVD

    Switches the buttons on the device between VCR operation
    and DVD operation.

    DISC MENU

    Opens the disc menu of a DVD during playback.

    PLAY/PAUSE

    Begins the playback of the CD or video cassette.
    During playback, freeze frame and frame-by-frame
    playback for DVD+RW/DVD+Rs, DVDs, video CDs and
    video cassettes.
    Pause for MP3 CDs, JPEG CDs, KODAK Picture CDs and
    audio CDs.
    During recording, recording pause for discs and video
    cassettes.

    8!

    STOP 7

    Ends playback and recording.

    REW FF

    Selects the previous/next title or section
    of the disc during playback.
    Selects picture search during playback of a video cassette.
    Rewinds or fast forwards the video cassette when the device
    is stopped.

    5a

    8

    B

    s6

    REC SPEED

    Selects recording speed.

    – PR +

    Select television stations and station sources,
    »–« up »+« down.



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    OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
    ● REC

    Starts recording on the disc or video tape and for
    entering the switch-off time (in 15 minute intervals in disc
    mode or 30 minute intervals in VCR mode).

    AV.F VIDEO
    L AUDIO R

    Video/audio input sockets for connecting to a
    camcorder.

    The displays on the DVD/VCR recorder

    VCR

    ɚ

    O

    Ȅ

    The buttons on the device and the remote control are
    switched to VCR operation.
    Video cassette inserted.
    Recording on video cassette.
    Timer recording on video cassette.

    SLP EP HQ

    Recording quality

    STEREO

    Stereo or two-channel sound transmission.

    HIFI

    Recording or playback of a HiFi audio broadcast.

    TV

    Glows when a video/audio signal is present at the
    EURO-AV 1 socket.

    REPEAT ALL A-B Repeat functions activated
    DVD/VCR recorder function blocked

    t

    P.Scan

    Progressive Scan video output signal selected.

    SVCD DVD
    ±RW MP3

    Displays the selected disc type.

    dts

    Information on the type of audio signal

    =DIGITAL

    Ȅ

    Recording on disc.
    Timer recording on disc.

    DVD

    The buttons on the device and the remote control are
    switched to disc operation.

    0000000

    Alphanumerical display for various information such
    as the title, chapter, playing time and disc name.

    ENGLISH

    O

    9



  • Page 10

    OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
    The back of the DVD/VCR recorder

    COAXIAL

    AC 200-240 V~

    Mains cable.

    DVD & VCR OUT
    S-VIDEO OUT

    Video output socket for connecting a television or AV receiver with an S-VIDEO socket.

    AUDIO OUT R L

    Audio output sockets (left/right analogue
    channel) for connecting an audio system.

    DIGITAL AUDIO OUT

    Sound output socket (coaxial) for PCM/Dolby
    digital/DTS signals,
    For connecting a multi-channel digital
    audio/video amplifier or AV receiver.

    COMPONENT OUT
    Pr Pb Y

    Video output socket for connecting a
    television, flat screen or projector
    (YUV standard).

    VIDEO OUT

    Video output socket for connecting a television or AV receiver with a cinch socket.

    ANT. IN

    Antenna input socket
    (for the rooftop antenna).

    ANT. OUT

    Antenna output jack
    (to the television).

    EURO AV2/DECODER

    Euro/AV (Scart) socket (input) for an
    external device.

    EURO AV1

    Euro-AV (Scart) socket (input/output) for
    the television.

    Caution:
    Do not connect any devices while the DVD/VCR recorder is switched on.
    Switch off the other devices as well before connecting them.
    Never touch the inside of the sockets and plugs of the connecting cables.
    Electrostatic discharge can damage the DVD/VCR recorder.

    10



  • Page 11

    OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
    The remote control
    POWER Ǽ

    Switches the DVD/VCR recorder on from stand-by
    mode and off again.
    The red indicator on the DVD/VCR recorder lights
    up in stand-by mode.

    OPEN/CLOSE Opens and closes the disc compartment and
    ejects a video cassette.
    ə
    VCR

    Switches the remote control to VCR mode.

    DVD

    Switches the remote control to disc mode.

    TV/VCR

    Switches from AV channel of the television to the
    television station.

    TV VIEW

    In MP3/JPEG mode, switches to the television
    picture.

    Number buttons for various entries.
    »0« Selects the various AV channels.
    – TRACKING + »1« and »3« set the track position for VCR playback (tracking).
    1…0

    CLEAR

    Resets the cassette counter to 0 in VCR mode.
    Deletes a programmed timer position.

    P.SCAN

    Switches the video output between interlace and
    progressive (press for longer than 3 seconds).

    MENU

    Opens the disc menu of a DVD during playback.

    SETUP

    Opens and closes the installation menu of the
    DVD/VCR recorder.

    ASa s

    Select various functions in the menus.

    ENTER

    Confirms selected functions in the menus.

    DISPLAY

    Displays various information on the television screen
    during playback, such as the title or chapter number
    and playing time.

    PREV 5a
    NEXT s6

    Selects the previous/next title or section
    title/section.

    REW 3
    FF 4

    Switch to forwards/backwards frame search
    at various speeds during playback.
    Rewinds or fast forwards the video cassette when
    the device is stopped.

    ENGLISH

    APR+SPR- Select television stations, »PR +« up, »PR –« down

    11



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    OVERVIEW ____________________________________________
    8 /!

    Starts playback.
    Freeze frame for DVDs, video CDs and video
    cassettes.
    Pause for audio CDs and MP3 CDs.
    Switches the freeze frame forwards step-by-step.

    12

    SLOW –
    SLOW + %

    Switches to slow motion during playback* in
    various speeds.

    STOP 7

    Interrupts all drive functions.

    REC ●

    Starts the recording and enters the switch-off time
    (in 30 minute steps).

    COPY

    Activates the copying function from DVD to VCR or
    from VCR to DVD.

    REC SPEED

    Selects the recording quality.

    INPUT

    Selects input sources.

    SUBTITLE

    For selecting and displaying subtitles* of the DVD
    during playback.

    ANGLE

    Selects various camera angles* for certain scenes or
    passages on the DVD during playback.

    ZOOM

    Zooms in on scenes* during playback.

    REPEAT

    Selects various repeat functions.

    A-B

    For marking sections from DVDs and video CDs and
    titles or tracks on audio CDs, MP3 CDs or picture
    CDs for the repeat function.

    SEARCH

    Selects a search by title, chapter or time.

    AUDIO

    Switches between the original and the dubbed
    language* during DVD playback.
    Switches between the various sound formats.

    TITLE

    Calls up the DVD title menu* during playback.

    TIMER

    Selects the timer list.

    * Depends on the disc in use.



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    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting a rooftop antenna or cable feed

    R

    AV1

    AV2

    COAXIAL

    1

    Plug the cable of the rooftop antenna or cable feed into the
    antenna socket »ANT. IN« on the DVD/VCR recorder.

    2

    Plug the antenna cable supplied into the »ANT. OUT« socket
    on the DVD/VCR recorder and the antenna socket on the television set or flat screen.

    Connecting a television or flat screen
    You have three options, depending on the sockets you have on your
    television or flat screen:
    – For the best picture quality, make the connection at the EURO-AV
    socket using a fully assigned EURO-AV cable.
    – Connection via the cinch sockets Y, Pb and Pr (picture signals) and
    the AUDIO OUT cinch sockets (sound signals).
    This connection (Progressive Scan) can also be used for projectors.
    – The standard connection for many devices, and one which provides good quality, is via the S-VIDEO OUT socket and the
    AUDIO OUT cinch sockets.
    Note:
    Connect the DVD/VCR recorder directly to the television or flat
    screen. If you connect a video recorder in between, the
    DVD/VCR recorder’s copy protection may impair the picture
    quality.

    ENGLISH

    TV

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    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting with a cinch cable (progressive scan)
    Caution:
    This connection transmits video signals at a high frequency
    range. Before you first switch on the device, please check
    whether your television, flat screen or projector is suitable for
    this use.
    GRUNDIG accepts no liability for damage resulting from
    negligent usage.
    Notes:
    If you connect the DVD/VCR recorder using the »Pr«, »Pb«
    and »Y« sockets, you can switch to progressive scan using the
    »P.SCAN« button. You must first set the EURO-AV output to
    “YUV”, as described on page 21.
    Depending on the model of television, flat screen or projector,
    you have to activate the relevant input sockets on the device.

    R

    L
    AUDIO
    INPUT

    YD

    PB CB

    PR CR

    COAXIAL

    1

    Plug a standard cinch cable into the »Pr«, »Pb« and »Y«
    sockets of the DVD/VCR recorder and in the corresponding
    sockets (e.g. VIDEO IN or COMPONENT Y PB/CB PR/CR) of the
    television, flat screen of projector.

    2

    Plug standard cinch cables into the »AUDIO OUT R L« sockets
    on the DVD/VCD recorder and the corresponding sockets
    (AUDIO IN) on the television, flat screen or projector.

    COAXIAL

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  • Page 15

    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting a television or flat screen using a
    EURO-AV (Scart) cable

    COAXIAL

    AV1

    AV2

    1

    Plug the EURO-AV cable supplied into the »EURO AV1«
    socket on the DVD/VCR recorder and the corresponding socket
    on the television or flat screen.

    Connecting a television or flat screen using a Y/C
    (S-VIDEO) cable and cinch cables

    L
    R

    AUDIO
    INPUT

    S–VHS

    1

    Plug a standard Y/C cable into the »S-VIDEO OUT« socket of
    the DVD/VCR recorder and into the corresponding socket
    (S VIDEO IN) of the television or flat screen.

    2

    Plug standard cinch cables into the »AUDIO OUT R L« sockets
    on the DVD/VCR recorder and the corresponding sockets
    (AUDIO IN) on the television or flat screen.

    COAXIAL

    ENGLISH

    COAXIAL

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  • Page 16

    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting an audio system with analogue
    two-channel stereo sound
    As an alternative to using the television’s speakers, the sound can
    also be played back through an audio system. This can improve the
    sound quality.

    R

    L
    AUDIO
    INPUT

    COAXIAL

    1
    COAXIAL

    Plug a standard cinch cable into the »AUDIO OUT R L« socket
    on the DVD/VCR recorder and the corresponding sockets on
    the audio system.
    Caution:
    Do not connect the »AUDIO OUT R L« sockets on the
    DVD/VCR recorder to the PHONO (record player) input socket
    on the audio system.

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  • Page 17

    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting a digital multi-channel amplifier or
    digital two-channel audio system
    A multi-channel audio/video amplifier (Dolby* digital decoder or
    DTS – Digital Theatre System) decodes the digital multi-channel
    sound of the DVD to provide optimum sound quality.

    DIGITAL
    AUDIO
    INPUT

    COAXIAL

    COAXIAL

    Plug the cinch cable supplied into the »DIGITAL AUDIO
    OUT« socket on the DVD/VCR recorder and the corresponding socket on the digital multi-channel amplifier.
    Note:
    Even if you are using a digital connection, you should still
    make an analogue audio connection (see page 16) because
    depending on the disc type, the »DIGITAL AUDIO OUT«
    socket may not be able to transfer the signal.

    * Manufactured under licence from Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.
    “Dolby”, “Dolby Pro Logic”, “Dolby Digital” and the double-D symbol “ ” are
    trademarks of the Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Copyright 1992
    Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.

    ij

    ENGLISH

    1

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  • Page 18

    CONNECTION AND PREPARATION__
    Connecting the mains cable
    1

    Plug the power cord into the wall socket.
    Caution:
    The only way to disconnect the DVD/VCR recorder from the
    mains is to pull out the plug.

    Putting batteries in the remote control
    1

    To open the battery compartment, press the catch and remove
    the lid.

    2

    When inserting the batteries (micro type, e.g. LR 03 or AAA,
    2 x 1.5 V) observe the polarity marking in the battery compartment.

    3

    Close the battery compartment.
    Note:
    If the DVD/VCR recorder no longer reacts properly to remote
    control commands, the batteries may be flat. Always remove
    used batteries. The manufacturer accepts no liability for
    damage resulting from leaking batteries.
    Environmental note:
    Batteries, including those which contain no heavy metals, may
    not be disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of
    used batteries in an environmentally responsible manner. Find
    out about the legal regulations which apply in your area.

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  • Page 19

    INITIAL SETUP ______________________________________
    Switching on the DVD/VCR recorder
    1

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.
    – Display: »WAIT«, after a short time the DVD/VCR recorder
    is ready.

    Initial setup
    Installation

    Starting initial setup
    Welcome. Press the
    [Enter] button, to start the
    automatic station search.
    make sure the antenna
    is connected
    first.

    End setup

    Installation
    Please select your language before
    you start automatic installation:
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Dutch

    When you first switch on the DVD/VCR recorder, the »Installation«
    menu always appears.
    This guides you step by step through each setting.
    Make sure the antenna cable is correctly connected
    1

    Press »ENTER« to activate initial installation.

    Selecting the screen menu language
    With this you set the language of the DVD/VCR recorder’s screen
    menu.
    1

    Select your language using »A« or »S« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Selecting the country (location)
    Installation
    Please select the appropriare
    country:
    Australia
    Belgium
    Denmark
    Finland
    France

    This setting determines the sort order of the TV stations.
    1

    Press »S« or »A« to select the country and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.
    Notes:
    If the required country is not listed, select »Other«.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Selecting the language of the DVD menus
    Please select the menu language for
    the disc:
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    If a DVD has menus in several languages, you can select your
    language of choice.
    1

    Select the language for the DVD menus using »S« or »A«
    and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    ENGLISH

    Installation

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  • Page 20

    INITIAL SETUP ______________________________________
    Installation
    Please select the menu language for
    audio output:
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German

    Selecting the dubbing language
    If several languages are available on the current DVD, the sound is
    played back in the language you have selected.
    If the language you select is not on the DVD, the DVD/VCR recorder
    automatically selects first audio language available.
    1

    Select your language using »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Installation
    Please select the menu language for
    subtitles:
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    Danish
    German
    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Selecting the language for the subtitles
    If subtitles are available on the current DVD, they are first shown in
    the language you have selected.
    1

    Select your language using »S« or »A« and press »OK«
    to confirm.

    Tuning television stations
    The DVD/VCR recorder has its own receiver unit. It can receive and
    record from television stations independently of the television. This
    means the TV channels have to be tuned on the DVD/VCR recorder.
    During this setting, the clock is automatically updated. However, this
    is only possible if channel position 1 is occupied by a station with
    teletext.

    Installation
    Searching for available
    stations:

    6 stations found
    Please wait...
    End setup

    1

    After the subtitle language has been confirmed the search
    starts.
    The DVD/VCR recorder searches all channels for television
    stations, then sorts and saves them. The automatic search may
    take several minutes.
    – The message: »Search complete« appears. The initial setup is
    complete, the DVD/VCR recorder switches to station position
    1.
    Notes:
    Other settings such as sorting stations or adding new ones
    manually are described under “Special settings”, starting on
    page 66.
    The section on the next page shows how to set the TV system or
    picture format of your television.

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    INITIAL SETUP ______________________________________
    Selecting the screen format of your television set
    This setting depends on your television or flat screen, and on the
    information on the DVD.
    If you have a 4:3 format television or flat screen, the following
    settings are available:
    »4:3 P&S« for wide-screen playback, with the left and right edges of
    the picture cropped (depending on the DVD used) or »4:3 LB« for
    wide-screen playback with black bars at the top and bottom of the
    television screen.
    If you have a 16:9 format television or flat screen, select the »16:9«
    setting.

    Defaults
    Video
    Audio
    Parental control settings
    Special functions
    VCR
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    Video
    TV format
    Video output

    Automatic
    Picture Format
    RGB
    selection
    4:3 LB

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select »Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Video« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    4

    Select »TV format« with »S« or »A« press »ENTER« to activate it.

    5

    Select the required picture format (»4:3 LB«, »4:3 P&S«,
    »16:9« or »Automatic«) with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »SETUP«.

    6

    Exit the menu, by pressing »SETUP« repeatedly.

    4:3 PS
    16:9
    Confirm with Enter End setup SelectAutomatic
    AS

    Setting the signal type for the video output
    socket

    Video
    Audio
    Parental control settings
    Special functions
    VCR
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select »Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Video« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    4

    Select »Video output« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.
    – »Interlace« for the »Pr«, »Pb« sockets and »Y«;
    »Progressive« for the »Pr«, »Pb« and »Y« sockets.
    »RGB« for the »EURO AV1« socket.

    5

    Exit the menu, by pressing »SETUP« repeatedly.

    Video
    TV format
    Video output

    Automatic
    RGB Select video
    output
    Interlace .
    Progressiv
    RGB

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    ENGLISH

    Defaults

    The video output of your DVD/VCR recorder was set at the factory
    to »RGB«.
    If you connect your DVD/VCR recorder using cinch cables (»Y«,
    »Pb/Cb« and »Pr/Cr« sockets of the DVD/VCR recorders) to the
    television, flat screen or projector, you must set the video output
    to»Progressive« or »Interlace« so that the video signal and therefore the picture reaches the television.

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    BEFORE PLAYBACK _____________________________
    Preparation
    1

    Switch on the television and select the preset channel for the
    DVD/VCR recorder.

    2

    If an audio system or an AV receiver is connected to the
    DVD/VCR recorder, switch it on and select the audio input for
    the DVD/VCR recorder.

    3

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.
    – Display on the DVD/VCR recorder »ON«, afterwards the time
    and the station position are displayed.

    Inserting a disc
    1
    2
    3

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    – Display: »OPEN«, the disc tray opens.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    – Display: »CLOSE«, the disc tray retracts again.
    Notes:
    Call up the index of the DVD+RW/DVD+R with »MENU«.
    Select the desired title with »S«, »A«, »a « or »s« and
    start playback with »8!« or »ENTER«.
    Playback of a DVD, VCD, SVCD, or audio CD (CDDA) starts
    automatically.
    If the »-« symbol appears on the television screen, the selected function is not possible with this disc.

    Removing discs
    1

    22

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    – The disc compartment opens.



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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    DVD playback
    DVD features
    You can recognise a DVD by the logo on the label.
    Depending on the content of the DVD, the discs contain one or more
    titles.
    Each title may contain one or more chapters.
    You can control and direct playback of a DVD/VCR using the menu
    of the DVD recorder on the television screen.

    Special DVD features
    DVDs have a title menu which provides an overview of the available
    titles and the passages they contain.
    Some of the DVD/VCR recorder’s functions, such as slow motion or
    freeze-frame can also be controlled by the DVD itself. It is therefore
    possible that the freeze-frame function, for example, cannot be
    selected during certain scenes.
    Many DVDs have audio tracks recorded in up to eight languages.
    This enables you to select the language you prefer.
    Many DVDs are recorded by the manufacturer with subtitles in
    several languages. This enables you to select the subtitles you prefer.

    Playback
    1

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    After the disc compartment closes and the DVD is scanned,
    playback starts automatically.
    – Display: the chapter and elapsed playing time.
    Notes:
    Depending on the DVD you are using, you may have to select a
    title or chapter from its table of contents.
    The index can also be called up with »MENU«.
    Select the chapter or title with »A«, »S«, »a« or »s« and
    start playback with »8!« or »ENTER«.

    1 of 12

    Chapter

    1 of 5

    Angel

    1 of 1

    Audio

    1 Ger.

    Subtitles

    Off

    Elapsed

    00:05: 20

    The playback menu can be called up with »DISPLAY«.
    The functions are described in the “Playback convenience functions” chapter.
    If DVD access is not authorised, you must change the access
    level (1 ... 8) (see the section on authorising the content of the
    DVD on page 59).
    If the »-« symbol appears on the television screen, then the
    selected function is not possible with this DVD.

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    3

    To pause playback (freeze-frame), press »8!«.

    4

    Press »8!« to resume playback.

    5

    To stop playback, press »7« twice.

    ENGLISH

    Title

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    DVD+RW/+R playback
    DVD+RW/+R features
    You can recognise DVD+RWs and DVD+Rs by the logo on the label.
    DVD ReWritable

    DVD R

    If programmes were recorded on the discs, your DVD/VCR
    recorder can play them back.
    If you want to play a DVD+R on a DVD player, it must first be
    finalised.

    Playback
    1

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    After the compartment is closed and the DVD+RW/DVD+R is
    scanned, playback starts automatically if the disc is write-protected or finalised.
    Note:
    If playback does not start automatically, call up the index with
    »MENU«, select the desired title from the index with »A« or
    »S« and start playback with »8!« or »ENTER«.

    3

    24

    To pause playback (freeze-frame), press »8!«.

    4

    Press »8!« to resume playback.

    5

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    VCD/S-VCD playback
    S-VCD/VCD features
    You can recognise S-VCD/VCDs (video CDs) by the logo on the
    label.
    Depending on the contents of the S-VCD/VCD (films, music videos
    etc.), the discs may carry one or more tracks.
    S-VCDs/VCDs can be created using the PBC (playback control)
    system for track navigation. This depends on the processing and
    burning software used.
    You cannot select some of the functions on the DVD/VCR recorder
    (slow motion, camera angle, marking scenes) when you are playing
    an S-VCD/VCD. This relates to how the S-VCD/VCD was
    created.

    Playback
    1

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    After the disc compartment closes and the S-VCD/VCD is
    scanned, playback starts automatically.
    – Display: tracks and elapsed playing time.
    Note:
    Depending on the S-VCD/VCD in use, it may be necessary to
    select the disc title from a title list with »S« or »A« and call it
    up with »ENTER«.
    Press »MENU« to return to the previous menu.

    3

    To pause playback (freeze-frame), press »8!«.

    4

    Press »4« repeatedly to switch through individual frames.

    5

    Press »8!« to resume playback.

    6

    Press »7« to end playback.
    Note:
    The playback menu can be called up with »DISPLAY«.

    Frame search
    Several different speeds are available.
    1

    Select the playback speed during playback by pressing
    » 3« or » 4«.

    2

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    1

    Press »DISPLAY« during playback.

    2

    Select »PBC« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    3

    Press »S« or »A« to activate the PBC function (On).
    Note:
    To deactivate the PBC function, repeat the setting, but at step 3,
    select »Off«.

    ENGLISH

    Switching PBC (playback control) on and off

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    Playback of an MP3 CD
    MP3 CD features
    MP3 stands for MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 and arises from the Motion
    Picture Expert Group (MPEG) Standard which was developed for
    compressing film data.
    The MP3 format enables audio files to be saved on a data carrier
    with a sound quality similar to that of a CD. This only requires about
    10% of the original data quantity. The standard encoding bit rate
    for MP3 files is 128 kbps. Generally, the higher the bit rate of a an
    MP3 file, the better the sound quality.
    Most MP3 files on the Internet are encoded at 128 or 160 kbps.
    160 kbps is considered CD quality.
    MP3 CDs contain sound recordings. They can be played in the
    normal manner on an audio system. The digital signals transmitted
    during MP3 playback are PCM encoded, regardless of the audio
    output setting. The signals are output with the same data rate
    as the music source (possibilities are: 32 kbps – 320 kbps,
    ideally: 128 kbps).
    MP3 files can be organised into folders and subfolders, in a similar
    way to files on a PC.

    Playback

    Enter - select

    TV View - Exit

    1

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    After the disc compartment has closed, the disc is scanned and
    the file browser (contents menu) of the MP3 CD is displayed.

    3

    Select the folder or track with »A«or »S«

    4

    Press »ENTER« to open the folder.
    – A list of sub-directories appears.

    5

    Press »8!« or »ENTER« to start playback of the track.
    – The playing time and the title appear in the display on the
    DVD/VCR recorder.

    6

    Press »8!« to pause playback.

    7

    Press »8!« to resume playback.
    Notes:
    The repeat functions can be selected with »REPEAT«.
    Use »TITLE« to switch between MP3 mode and JPEG mode.

    8

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    Picture data CD playback
    JPEG CD features
    JPEG stands for Joint Picture Experts Group. This process was
    designed to compress picture files.
    JPEG files can be burned onto a CD along with other file types.
    These CDs are known as file CDs or mixed-mode CDs. For example,
    the CD could contain MP3 files (audio) and JPEG files (for example
    to display album covers).
    The files on a JPEG CD can be organised in directories. This structure is similar to that of an MP3 CD.
    JPEG CDs only contain data in the compressed JPEG format. This is
    mostly data from digital cameras or from imaging programs.

    KODAK picture CD features
    This method was developed for archiving analogue photographs.
    After they are developed, small photographs are scanned with a
    resolution of 1536 x 1024 pixels and burnt onto a CD in JPEG
    format.
    A KODAK picture CD can contain up to 40 pictures. In addition to
    the picture files, a KODAK picture CD can also contain imaging
    software which enables the user to play the CD on a PC, edit the
    pictures or view a slide show.

    Playing back a JPEG CD or KODAK Picture CD

    Enter - Select

    TV View - Exit

    TV View - Exit

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    After the disc compartment has closed, the disc is scanned and
    the file browser (contents menu) of the JPEG CD is displayed.

    3

    Select the required folder (or picture) with »A«, »S«, »a «
    or »s«.
    – A list of sub-directories appears.

    4

    Press »ENTER« to open the folder.

    5

    Select the desired picture with »A«, »S«, »a « or »s«
    and confirm with »ENTER«.
    – The JPEG picture is displayed, afterwards, all subsequent
    pictures are displayed.

    Title - MP3

    Title - MP3

    Notes:
    To view the picture for longer, press »8!«. Press »8!« to
    resume playback.
    Use »TITLE« to switch between MP3 mode and JPEG mode.

    ENGLISH

    Enter - Select

    1

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    Adjusting the picture display
    The pictures can be rotated or inverted.
    1

    During playback, press »a « or »s« to rotate the pictures
    by 90°.

    2

    Press »7« to end playback.

    Simultaneous playback of JPEG data and MP3 data
    You can display picture data as a slide show and listen to Mp3
    music files simultaneously. This requires a CD with MP3 and JPEG
    files.

    28

    1

    Insert the CD in the disc compartment and call up the file
    browser (table of contents) of the MP3 CD with »TITLE«.

    2

    Select the folder or track with »A«or »S«

    3

    Press »ENTER« to open the folder.
    – A list of sub-directories appears.

    4

    Press »8!« or »ENTER« to start playback of the track.

    5

    During playback of the MP3 file, press »TITLE«.
    – Music playback is continued, the file browser (table of
    contents) of the JPEG CD is displayed

    6

    Select the picture file with »A«, »S«, »a « or »s« and
    start the slide show with »ENTER«.
    – The picture and music files are played back simultaneously.

    7

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    PLAYBACK_____________________________________________
    Audio CD playback
    Audio CD features
    You can recognise audio CDs by this logo.
    Audio CDs only contain sound recordings. They can be played in
    the normal manner on an audio system.
    The individual tracks are stored in a sequence. There are no folders.

    Playback

    Title

    1

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    2

    Press »8!« to start playback of the disc

    Duration

    or
    Select the desired tracks with »A« or »S« and start playback of the tracks with »8!«.
    – Display: track number and overall playing time.
    – Playback stops at the end of the CD.

    TV View - Exit

    3

    Press »8!« to pause playback.

    4

    Press »8!« to resume playback.
    Note:
    The repeat functions can be selected with »REPEAT«.

    Selecting a track in steps (SKIP)
    1

    Select the next track by pressing » s6 « during playback.

    2

    Select the previous track by pressing » 5a «.
    – Playback begins with the selected track.

    Fast search
    Two different speeds are available.
    1

    To select the playback speed, press »3« or »4«
    repeatedly during playback.

    2

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    ENGLISH

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    PLAYBACK CONVENIENCE FUNCTIONS __
    Notes:
    The sound is muted during the frame search, slow motion and
    freeze-frame functions.
    Depending on the disc, some functions cannot be selected.

    Selecting titles and chapters
    If there are several titles or chapters on a disc, you can select them.

    Selecting titles and chapters step by step
    1

    During playback, select the title or chapter by pressing » s6 «
    or » 5a «.

    Selecting titles and chapters directly
    1

    During playback, call up the desired input option (title or
    chapter) with »SEARCH«.

    2

    Select title (T) with »A« or »S«,
    or press »s« to switch to chapter input (C) and select the
    chapter with »A« or »S«.
    – Playback of the selected title or chapter begins.

    Selecting a section to the minute
    Title

    1 of 12

    Chapter

    1 of 5

    Angel

    1 of 1

    Audio

    1 Ger.

    Subtitles

    Off

    Elapsed

    00:05: 20

    1

    During playback,
    »DISPLAY«.

    2

    Select »Elapsed« with »A« or »S« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    3

    Enter the desired playing time:
    Enter hours, minutes, seconds with »A« or »S«
    Select the input position with »a « or »s«
    Confirm the playing time with »ENTER«.
    – The DVD/VCR recorder locates the section and starts playback.

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    call

    up

    the

    playback

    menu

    with

    Select title, chapter or function with the playback
    menu
    Title

    1 of 12

    Chapter

    1 of 5

    Angel

    1 of 1

    Audio

    1 Ger.

    Subtitles

    Off

    Elapsed

    00:05: 20

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    30

    1

    During playback, press »DISPLAY«.
    – The playback menu appears.

    2

    Select the item you want with »A« or »S« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    3

    Select the title, chapter or the desired function with »A« or
    »S« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    4

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    PLAYBACK CONVENIENCE FUNCTIONS __
    Pausing and resuming playback
    The playback of a DVD can be interrupted at any point and then
    resumed from the same place.
    1

    Interrupt playback by pressing »7« once only.

    2

    Press »8« to resume playback at the point where it was
    interrupted.

    Frame search
    Several different speeds are available.
    1

    Select the desired playback speed during playback with » 3«
    or » 4«.

    2

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    Slow motion forward
    Several different speeds are available.
    1

    Press »%« during playback.

    2

    Press » %« to select the slow motion speed.

    3

    Press »8« to resume normal playback.

    Frame-by-frame playback
    1

    Press »8!« during playback.

    2

    Press » 4« to advance frame by frame.

    3

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    Selecting camera angles for scenes
    Some DVDs contain scenes or passages which were filmed several
    times from different camera angles.
    You can choose from among these different angles.
    1

    Press »ANGLE« during playback to select the camera angle
    function.
    – Display: Angle »02/04«, in this example 2 of 4.
    Press »ANGLE« to select a different camera angle.

    ENGLISH

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    PLAYBACK CONVENIENCE FUNCTIONS __
    Enlarging and moving the screen section (zoom)
    1

    During playback, press »ZOOM«.

    2

    Press »ZOOM« to select the zoom factor.
    – The DVD/VCR recorder enlarges a screen section.

    3

    Move the picture section around the screen with »a «, »s«,
    »A« or »S«.

    4

    Press »ZOOM« to return to normal playback.

    Switching the dubbed language or the audio
    format
    These settings allow you to listen to a dubbed language other than
    the default one if the DVD provides alternatives.
    1

    Press »AUDIO« during playback.
    – Display: for example »Audio 1. Ger«, the current audio language is displayed.

    2

    Press »AUDIO« to select the audio language you want.
    Note:
    The structure of the DVD itself may stop you from switching the
    audio language. In this case you can usually make the setting in
    the DVD menu.

    Selecting and displaying subtitles
    If the DVD provides subtitles, they can be displayed on your TV
    screen.
    When subtitles are available in several languages, you can select
    your preferred language.
    1

    Press »SUBTITLE« during playback.
    – Display: for example »Subtitles 1. Ger«.

    2

    Press »SUBTITLE« to select the subtitle language.
    Notes:
    To switch off the subtitles, keep pressing »SUBTITLE« until
    »Off« appears in the display.
    The structure of the DVD itself may stop you from activating and
    deactivating subtitles. In this case you can usually make the
    setting in the DVD menu.

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    PLAYBACK CONVENIENCE FUNCTIONS __
    Repeating a chapter, a title or a disc
    Depending on the type of disc, you can repeat chapters, titles,
    folders or the entire disc.
    1

    To repeat the chapter, press »REPEAT« during playback until
    » Chapter« appears in the display.
    – The chapter currently playing is repeated;
    or
    to repeat the title, press »REPEAT« during playback until
    » Title« appears in the display.
    – The current title is repeated;
    or
    to repeat the entire disc, press »REPEAT« during playback
    until » Disc« appears in the display.
    – The disc is repeated.

    2

    To quit the function, keep pressing »REPEAT« until there is
    nothing in the display.

    Repeating a selected section (A-B Repeat)

    1

    Press »A-B« during playback.
    – The start of the section is marked.

    2

    Press »A-B« again to mark the end of the scene.
    – The selected section is repeated continuously.

    3

    Press »A-B« again to quit the function.

    ENGLISH

    You can mark the beginning and end of a section and play it
    repeatedly.

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    PLAYING BACK A VIDEO CASSETTE__________
    Preparation
    1

    Switch on the television and select the preset channel for the
    DVD/VCR recorder.

    2

    If an audio system or an AV receiver is connected to the
    DVD/VCR recorder, switch it on and select the audio input for
    the DVD/VCR recorder.

    3

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

    4

    Insert a recorded video tape into the compartment with the
    window facing upwards until it is automatically drawn in.
    Note:
    If you put a cassette with the protection tab removed into the
    DVD/VCR recorder, playback starts automatically.

    Basic playback functions
    1

    Switch the remote control to VCR with »VCR«.
    – Brief display: »VCR selected ...«.

    2

    Press »8!« to start playback.
    – Brief display on the television screen: Play, the playing time
    and the tape speed.

    3

    Press »7« to end playback.

    4

    Eject the cassette by pressing »ə EJECT« on the DVD/VCR
    recorder.

    Eliminating picture disturbances (unwanted lines)
    Automatic
    After playback is started, the DVD/VCR recorder automatically sets
    the track position of the tape.

    Manual
    1

    During playback, use »– TRACKING +« to set the picture that is
    best for you.
    – This setting is retained until the cassette is removed.

    Freeze-frame
    1

    During playback, press »8!«.
    Pressing repeatedly switches the
    step-by-step.

    freeze-frame

    onwards

    Note:
    After approximately 5 minutes, the timer switches the
    DVD/VCR recorder to playback automatically.
    2

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    PLAYING BACK A VIDEO CASSETTE__________
    Frame search
    1

    During playback, select reverse/forwards search with »3«
    or »4«.
    Press several times to change the playback speed.
    Note:
    After approximately 5 minutes, the DVD/VCR recorder
    switches to playback automatically.

    2

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    Slow motion forward
    1

    Press »SLOW +« during playback.

    2

    Alter the slow motion speed with »– SLOW +«.

    3

    Press »8!« to resume normal playback.

    Fast forward/rewind
    1

    Stop the DVD/VCR-Recorder with »7«.

    2

    Rewind with »3« or fast forward with »4«.

    Setting search functions for the VCR unit
    Defaults
    Video
    Audio
    Parental control settings
    Special functions
    VCR
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    VCR
    Index +
    Index –
    Go-to zero

    This determines if the DVD/VCR recorder searches tape positions
    for index marks or for zero positions on the video tape.
    There must be a video cassette in the cassette compartment.
    1

    Stop the DVD/VCR-Recorder with »7«.

    2

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    3

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    4

    Select »VCR« with »S« or »A« and activate with »ENTER«.

    5

    Select the desired search criteria (Index +, Index – or Go-to
    zero) with »S« or »A« and activate with »ENTER«.
    – The DVD/VCR recorder winds to the selected tape position.

    ENGLISH

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

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    RECORDING _________________________________________
    Recording options
    – Every recording can be made on discs (DVD+R and DVD+RW) or
    on a video cassette. Recording simultaneously on both media is
    not possible.
    – One-touch recording: select the required television station on the
    DVD/VCR recorder and start recording immediately.
    – Delayed recording – using the ShowView numbers.
    – Delayed recording – by entering data for the TV programme.
    You can program up to eight programmes within a year, or record
    programmes at the same time every day or week.

    Suitable discs for recording
    You can use DVD+R and DVD+RW discs for recording.
    DVD+Rs can only be recorded on once. If you want to play these
    discs on a DVD player, you first have to finalise them. Once they
    have been finalised, they can no longer be recorded on.
    If you want to play them on your DVD/VCR recorder, you do not
    have to finalise them.
    You can add more recordings and delete them as necessary.
    Note that any playing time you delete is no longer available for
    recording.
    DVD+RWs (rewritable) can be recorded on very often (up to a
    thousand times) and deleted.
    You may have to delete other recordings on DVD+RWs before you
    can record on them.

    Unsuitable discs
    – Damaged discs cannot be recorded on.
    – Finalised discs cannot be recorded on. This can only be done with
    unfinalised discs.
    – Full discs cannot be recorded on. The recordings must be deleted
    beforehand.
    – Very rarely, discs are defective and therefore cannot be recorded
    on. Try recording on another disc.

    Initialising discs
    The DVD+R is automatically initialised before recording, this can
    take a few minutes.
    Only then is recording possible.

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    RECORDING _________________________________________
    Recording quality and time (disc mode)
    You can set the quality of the recording. The table below shows the
    relationship between quality and recording time:
    Quality

    Time

    HQ – Very high quality

    60 minutes on a
    4.7 GB blank DVD

    SP

    – High quality

    120 minutes on a
    4.7 GB blank DVD

    EP

    – Better than VHS picture quality

    240 minutes on a
    4.7 GB blank DVD

    SLP – VHS picture quality

    360 minutes on a
    4.7 GB blank DVD

    ENGLISH

    The quality and recording time are interdependent. The better the
    quality, the more memory the recording requires. This means that
    the recording time is shorter in high quality mode than in standard
    quality mode.

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  • Page 38

    ONE-TOUCH RECORDING _________________
    Preparing for recording
    1

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

    2

    Select if a recording is to be made on disc or video cassette
    with »DVD« or »VCR«.

    3

    4

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press
    » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote
    control.
    Push a video cassette into the cassette compartment.

    Recording television programs from the antenna
    or the cable connection
    1

    Press »INPUT« to select the input source (for example, TV).
    – Display: for example »PR 01 BBC«, the current TV station is
    shown.

    2

    Select the desired TV station with »PR+« (A) or »PR-« (S).

    3

    Select the recording quality, to do this press »REC SPEED« to
    select the »Recording mode« menu and set the recording quality
    with »REC SPEED«.

    4

    Press »●« to start recording.
    – The tape position is displayed.
    Notes:
    During recording, the desired switch-off time can be entered
    with »●«.
    In disc mode, the setting is made in steps of 15 minutes, in
    VCR mode, the setting is made in 30-minute steps (up to 10
    hours). The switch-off time depends on the playing time left on
    the disc or the video cassette.
    The DVD/VCR recorder automatically switches off the recording after this time.
    You cannot select the recording pause function if you have
    entered a switch-off time.
    The info line can be hidden and displayed again by pressing
    »DISPLAY«.

    38

    5

    Press »8!« to pause recording.

    6

    Press »●« to resume recording.

    7

    Press »7« to end the recording.



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    ONE-TOUCH RECORDING _________________
    Recording television programs from the satellite
    receiver
    1

    Switch on the satellite receiver.

    2

    Select the required satellite station on the satellite receiver.

    3

    Select the station position on the DVD/VCR recorder for the
    satellite receiver with »INPUT«.

    4

    Select the recording quality, to do this press »REC SPEED« to
    select the »Recording mode« menu and set the recording quality
    with »REC SPEED«.

    5

    Press »●« to start recording.
    – The tape position is displayed.
    Notes:
    During recording, the desired switch-off time can be entered
    with »●«.
    In disc mode, the setting is made in steps of 15 minutes, in
    VCR mode, the setting is made in 30-minute steps (up to 10
    hours). The switch-off time depends on the playing time left on
    the disc or the video cassette.
    The DVD/VCR recorder automatically switches off the recording after this time.
    You cannot select the recording pause function if you have
    entered a switch-off time.
    The info line can be hidden and displayed again by pressing
    »DISPLAY«.

    6

    Press »8!« to pause recording.

    7

    Press »●« to resume recording.

    8

    Press »7« to end the recording.

    “Finalising” a disc (DVD+R) or “making a disc
    compatible” (DVD+RW)
    If you want to play programmes recorded on your DVD/VCR
    recorder on a DVD player, you must first finalise the disc as
    described on page 54 and in the “Completing a title alteration
    (DVD+RW only)” chapter on page 53.

    The DVD/VCR recorder displays messages showing how to deal
    with any errors which might occur.

    ENGLISH

    Error messages

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    DELAYED RECORDING ________________________
    Programming recording by entering the
    ShowView number*
    The time and date on the DVD/VCR recorder must be accurate.
    The ShowView numbers for television programmes are printed in
    TV guides.
    If all the timer positions are occupied you must delete one, as
    described in the section on deleting recording data on page 44.

    Preparation
    Switch on the television.
    Select the »AV« channel on the television for the DVD/VCR
    recorder.
    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON« on
    the device.
    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment or a video
    cassette in the cassette compartment.

    ShowView
    Please enter the ShowView code:
    –––––––––

    Example
    1

    Press »TIMER«, use »S« or »A« to select »ShowView programming« and activate your entry with »ENTER«.
    – The »ShowView« menu appears.

    2

    Enter the ShowView number for the desired broadcast with
    »1 … 0«.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Note:
    In the case of an incorrect entry, the ShowView number can be
    deleted with »CLEAR«.

    Edit timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

    PR-03
    03 / Dez. Fr
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    3

    Note:
    The first time a television station is programmed the station
    number of the television station must be entered. Select the
    station number with »A« or »S«. Selecting the station
    number is not necessary for all future programming.

    Save with Enter End setup

    Edit Timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete
    Enter-Save Setup-Exit

    40

    PR-03
    03 / Dez. Fr
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    Confirm the ShowView number with »ENTER«.
    – The »Edit timer« is displayed.

    4

    Select »Medium« with »a « or »s« and select the recording
    medium (disc or video cassette) with »S« or »A«.

    5

    Select »Mode« with »a « or »s« and select the recording
    quality with »S« or »A«.

    6

    If the broadcast is to be recorded “Once” or “Daily”, “Weekly”
    or “Work days” at the same time, then press »a « or »s«
    to select »Repeat« and select the recording mode with »S«
    or »A«.

    * SHOWVIEW(r) is a registered trademark of the Gemstar Development Corporation. The
    SHOWVIEW system was manufactured under the licence of the Gemstar Development
    Corporation.



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    DELAYED RECORDING ________________________
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 03/12 13:30
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:--

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

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Select AS

    7

    Save the recording data with »OK«.
    – The Timer menu appears on the screen again.

    8

    For further recordings, repeat the procedure from step 2 or end
    the timer setting with »SETUP«.

    9

    Switch off the DVD/VCR recorder by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.
    – The clock symbol is shown on the DVD/VCR recorder.
    Note:
    The TIMER recording in progress can be prematurely stopped
    by pressing »7« and holding it down.

    Error messages
    The DVD/VCR recorder displays messages showing how to deal
    with any errors which might occur.

    ENGLISH

    Timer list

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    DELAYED RECORDING ________________________
    Programming recording by entering the data for
    the television programme
    Notes:
    The time and date on the DVD/VCR recorder must be accurate.
    If all the timer positions are occupied you must delete one,
    as described in the section on deleting recording data on
    page 44.
    If the timer recording is to be performed using VPS/PDC
    control, switch this on in the »Defaults« – »Special functions«
    menu.

    Preparation
    Switch on the television.
    Select the »AV« channel on the television for the DVD/VCR
    recorder.
    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON« on
    the device.
    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment or a video
    cassette in the cassette compartment.

    Example

    Timer list
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 03/12 13:30
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:--

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

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Select AS

    Edit timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

    PR-01
    03 / Dez. Fr
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    Save with Enter End setup

    42

    1

    Press »TIMER« then use »S« or »A« to select »Manual programming« and activate your entry with »ENTER«.
    – The »Timer list« menu appears.

    2

    Select a free timer position with »S« or »A« and activate
    this with »ENTER«.
    – The »Edit Timer« is displayed.

    3

    Select the recording medium (disc or video cassette) with »S«
    or »A«.

    4

    Select »PR No.« with »a « or »s« and select the desired television station with »S« or »A«.
    Note:
    If, instead of a television station, a picture/sound signal of an
    external device is to be recorded, select the »AV1« or »AV 2«
    station position with »S« or »A«.
    Recording from a satellite receiver:
    If a television station from a connected satellite receiver is
    programmed, press S« or »A« to select the »AV 2« station
    position and set the desired television station on the satellite
    receiver. The satellite receiver must be switched on at the
    selected recording time and for the duration of the TIMER
    recording.



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    DELAYED RECORDING ________________________
    Edit timer
    PR-01
    03 / Dez. Fr
    13:30
    14:30
    HQ
    Once

    5

    Select »Date« by pressing »a « or »s«.
    Enter the day of the date on which the recording is to take place
    with »S« or »A«.
    Press »s« and set the month of the date on which the
    recording is to take place with »S« or »A«.

    6

    Select »Start« with »a « or »s«.
    Select the hours of the start time with »S« or »A«.
    Press »s« and enter the minutes of the start time with »S«
    or »A«.

    7

    Select »End« with »a « or »s«.
    Select the hours of the switch-off time with »S« or »A«.
    Press »s« and enter the minutes of the switch-off time with
    »S« or »A«.

    8

    Select »Mode« with »a « or »s«.
    Select the desired recording quality with »S« or »A«.

    9

    Select »Repeat« with »a « or »s«.
    – »Once«, the recording is made once
    – »Daily«, the recording is made at the same time every day
    – »Weekly«, the recording is made at the same time every
    week
    – »Weekday«, the recording is made at the same time every
    working day
    Select the recording mode with »S« or »A«.

    Save with Enter End setup

    Edit timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

    PR-01
    10 / Dez. Fr
    20:15
    21:45
    HQ
    Once

    Save with Enter End setup

    Edit timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

    PR-01
    10 / Dez. Fr
    20:15
    21:45
    HQ
    Once

    Note:
    If you do not want to save the timer data, select »Delete« with
    »a « or »s« and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    Save with Enter End setup

    Timer list
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 03/12 13:30
    PR01 10/12 20:15
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:--

    End Mode
    14:30 HQ
    21:45 HQ
    --:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ---

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Select AS

    10 Confirm the recording data with »ENTER«.
    – The »Timer recording« menu appears on the screen again.
    11 Repeat from step 3 if you want to make more recordings,
    or press »SETUP« to quit the »Timer recording« menu.
    12 Switch off the DVD/VCR recorder by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.
    – The clock symbol is shown on the DVD/VCR recorder.
    Note:
    The TIMER recording in progress can be prematurely stopped
    by pressing »7« and holding it down.

    Error messages
    The DVD/VCR recorder displays messages showing how to deal
    with any errors which might occur.

    ENGLISH

    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

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  • Page 44

    DELAYED RECORDING ________________________
    Checking, modifying or deleting recording
    information
    Preparation
    Switch on the television.
    Select the »AV« channel on the television for the DVD/VCR
    recorder.
    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON« on
    the device.

    Checking recording data

    Timer list
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 03/12 13:30
    PR01 10/12 20:15
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:--

    End Mode
    14:30 HQ
    21:45 HQ
    --:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ----:-- ---

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Select AS

    1

    Press »TIMER« then use »S« or »A« to select »Manual programming« and activate your entry with »ENTER«.
    – The »Timer list« menu appears, displaying the current data.

    2

    Press »S« or »A« to select the timer item.

    3

    Close the »Timer list« menu by pressing »SETUP«.

    Editing recording data
    1

    Press »TIMER« then use »S« or »A« to select »Manual programming« and activate your entry with »ENTER«.
    – The »Timer list« menu appears, displaying the current data.

    2

    Press »S« or »A« to select the timer position and »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    3

    Select the appropriate recording data with »a « or »s« and
    alter the recording data with »S« or »A«.

    4

    Save the recording data with »ENTER«.

    5

    Close the »Edit timer« menu by pressing »SETUP«

    Edit timer
    Medium
    PR No.
    Date
    Start
    End
    Mode
    Repeat.
    Delete

    PR-01
    10 / Dez. Fr
    20:15
    21:45
    HQ
    Once

    Save with Enter End setup

    Deleting recording data
    1

    Timer list
    PR No. Date Start
    PR03 03/12 13:30
    ---- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:----- --/-- --:--

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

    Enter-Edit Setup-Exit Select AS

    44

    Press »TIMER« then use »S« or »A« to select »Manual programming« and activate your entry with »ENTER«.
    – The »Timer list« menu appears, displaying the current data.

    2

    Press »S« or »A« to select the timer item.

    3

    Delete the recording data with »CLEAR«.

    4

    Close the »Timer list« menu by pressing »SETUP«.



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    COPYING FUNCTIONS _______________________
    Copying from a disc to a video cassette
    1
    2

    Please select copying method:
    DVD –> VCR
    VCR –> DVD
    Confirm with Enter

    AS

    3

    Push a video cassette into the cassette compartment.

    4

    Switch the remote control to disc mode with »DVD«.

    5

    Select the copying function by pressing »COPY«.
    – The » Copying menu« is displayed.

    6

    Select the » DVD –> VCR« copying function with »S« or
    »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.
    – The » Copy to Tape« menu is displayed.

    7

    Select the » LP« or » SP« tape speed with »S« or »A« and
    confirm with »COPY«.
    – Disc playback and recording on video cassette are started.

    8

    Press »8!« to pause recording.
    – The disc can be changed during the recording pause.

    9

    Resume recording by pressing »COPY« twice.

    Copy to tape
    Choose speed then
    press [COPY]:
    LP
    SP

    ■ STOP

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.

    10 Press »7« to end the recording.

    ENGLISH

    Copying menu

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

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    COPYING FUNCTIONS _______________________
    Copying from a video cassette to disc
    1
    2

    Confirm with Enter

    AS

    Push a video cassette into the cassette compartment.

    4

    Switch the remote control to VCR with »VCR«.

    5

    Search for the desired tape position by pressing »8!« and
    searching for the tape position with »3« or »4«. When
    the tape position has been found, press »7«.

    6

    Select the copying function by pressing »COPY«.
    – The » Copying menu« is displayed.

    7

    Select the » VCR –> DVD« copying function with »S« or
    »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.
    – The » Copy To Disc« menu is displayed.

    8

    Select the recording quality with »S« or »A« and confirm
    with »COPY«.
    – Video cassette playback and recording on disc are started.

    9

    Press »8!« to pause recording.

    Copy to disc
    Choose quality then
    press [COPY]:
    HQ
    SP
    EP
    SLP
    ■ STOP

    46

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote
    control.

    3

    Copying menu
    Please select copying method:
    DVD –> VCR
    VCR –> DVD

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

    10 Resume recording by pressing »COPY« twice.
    11 Press »7« to end the recording.



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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    The index screen of the DVD+R and DVD+RW show the title (if provided by the broadcaster), length, quality and date of the recording.
    The first frame of the recording is also displayed.
    If the “Autom. chapter” function is selected, the DVD/VCR recorder
    makes chapter markings during recording, depending on the
    settings. You can edit and delete these, or add new ones later.
    You can also edit the name of the recording, rename the disc, and
    delete individual recordings or all recordings.

    Editing titles
    Opening the editing menu
    Edit disc

    1

    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index
    Split title

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears

    2

    Select the track by pressing »S« or »A«.

    3

    Call up the » Edit disc« menu with »EDIT«.
    – The » Edit disc« menu appears. Playback of the title starts.

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    Notes:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.
    The rest of the process is described in the following sections,
    starting from step 1.

    Adding chapter markers
    You can add chapter markers within a title to allow you to find
    scenes quickly during playback.
    You cannot add markers if the disc is write-protected or finalised.
    Edit disc
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index
    Split title

    1

    Select » Edit chapter« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    2

    To add your own markers, select » Insert« with »S« or »A«
    and press »ENTER« to insert the marker at the selected scene.

    3

    Press »SETUP« to quit the function.

    Chapter
    Insert
    Delete
    Delete all

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    Deleting chapter markers
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index
    Split title

    Chapter
    Insert
    Delete
    Delete all

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    You can delete individual chapter markers or all the chapter markers on the disc.
    1

    Select » Edit chapter« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    2

    To delete current chapter markers, select » Delete« with »S«
    or »A« and delete chapter markers with »ENTER« or

    ENGLISH

    Edit disc

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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Select » Delete All« with »S« or »A« and delete all chapter
    markers with »ENTER«.
    3

    Press »SETUP« to quit the function.

    Skip chapter
    You can mark chapters to be skipped during playback.
    Edit disc

    1

    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index
    Split title

    Select » Hidden chapter« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.
    – The chapter is skipped during playback.
    Note:
    If you want to see the chapter again, select it with »1…0«,
    select » Chapter« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    2

    Press »SETUP« to quit the function.

    Creating a new title thumbnail
    You can select and save any scene as a new thumbnail for the title.
    Edit disc
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Change Picture
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index
    Split title
    Yes

    1

    Select » Change picture index« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and select the scene which is
    to be used as the new title thumbnails and therefore the next
    title thumbnail by pressing »ENTER«.

    3

    Press »SETUP« to quit the function.

    No
    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    Splitting titles in two (only DVD+RW)
    You can split a title into two. You can then delete these two titles
    separately, so that you can use the memory space on the disc again.

    Edit disc
    Title
    1 of 2
    Chapter
    1 of 8
    Edit chapter
    Split title
    Hidden chapter
    Change picture index in two?
    Split title
    Yes

    1

    Select » Title« with »S« or »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.
    select the desired title with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »ENTER«.

    2

    Select » Split Title« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    3

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The title is split.

    4

    Press »SETUP« to quit the function.

    No
    Confirm with Enter End setup
    Select AS

    Note:
    Depending on the length of the title, this can take some time.

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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Editing the names of recordings
    If you do not like the title name provided by the broadcaster,
    or none is provided at all, you can create your own title name for
    the recording.

    s 1. TITLE
    30/09/2004

    10:05:12
    SP 01:15:00
    2. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    12:30:00
    SP 00:45:00

    1

    3. TITLE
    01/10/2004
    21:00:00
    SP 00:30:00

    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.
    2

    Select the title with »S« or »A« and press »s« to open the
    title menu.
    – The title menu appears.

    3

    Select the » Change title name« menu item using »a « or »s«
    and press »ENTER« to confirm.
    – The title of the recording is shown in the first line.

    Change title name

    Notes:
    The “buttons” in the top row are function buttons:
    »CLR« deletes the title name.
    »SP« inserts a space.
    »DEL« deletes a letter or character.
    »SAVE« stores the new title name.

    Confirm with Enter

    Change title name
    DEL
    6 7
    F G
    P Q
    Z (

    8
    H
    R
    )

    SAVE
    9 0
    I J
    S T
    . ,

    4

    Press »S«, »A«, »a « or »s« to select letters and numbers,
    and »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    To confirm the new name, press »S«, »A«, »a « or »s« to
    switch to the »SAVE« function key and press »ENTER« to save
    the title name.

    6

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Confirm with Enter AS

    ENGLISH

    Press the Enter
    button to change the name
    of the title

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

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Deleting titles (recordings) from the disc
    1
    s 1. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    10:05:12
    SP 01:15:00

    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.

    2. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    12:30:00
    SP 00:45:00
    3. TITLE
    01/10/2004
    21:00:00
    SP 00:30:00

    2

    Select the title to delete with »S« or »A« and press »s« to
    open the title menu.
    – The title menu appears.

    3

    Select » Erase Title« with »a « or »s« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    4

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The title is now deleted, a blank title now appears in the title
    overview.

    Erase Title
    Press the Enter
    button to delete
    this title.

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

    Notes:
    Deleted titles on a DVD+R are only marked as deleted. The
    playing time of these titles cannot be used for further recordings. The title is simply skipped during playback.

    Confirm with Enter

    Once a DVD+R is finalised, deleting is no longer possible.

    Overwriting titles
    This function allows you to use free recording space on the disc.
    s 1. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    10:05:12
    SP 01:15:00

    2. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    12:30:00
    SP 00:45:00
    3. TITLE
    01/10/2004
    21:00:00
    SP 00:30:00

    Recording Options
    Overwrite title:
    And then stop
    And then continue

    Confirm with Enter AS

    50

    Note that only the playing time of the title to be overwritten is
    available for recording.
    1

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.

    2

    Select the desired TV station with »PR+« (A) or »PR-« (S).

    3

    Display the index picture overview with »MENU«.

    4

    Select the title to be overwritten with »S« or »A« and press
    »s« to open the title menu.
    – The title menu appears.

    5

    Select » Recording Options« with »a « or »s« and confirm
    with »ENTER«.

    6

    Select the required function with »S« or »A« and confirm
    recording with »ENTER«.
    – The amount of recording time available is shown.



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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Entering the name of the disc
    You can enter a name for each disc; the name is shown on the index
    screen.

    s 1. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    10:05:12
    SP 01:15:00

    1

    2. TITLE
    30/09/2004
    12:30:00
    SP 00:45:00
    3. TITLE
    01/10/2004
    21:00:00
    SP 00:30:00

    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.
    2

    PAL

    Urlaub
    30/09/2004
    10:05:12

    DVD

    Note:
    If a disc has been blocked with the » Lock/unlock disc« menu
    item, the disc name cannot be altered.

    EDIT

    3
    Change Disc Name

    Confirm with Enter

    4

    Press »S«, »A«, »a « or »s« to select letters and
    numbers, and »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    To confirm the new name, press »S«, »A«, »a « or »s« to
    switch to the »SAVE« function key and press »ENTER« to save
    the disc name.

    6

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Change Disc Name
    DEL
    6 7
    F G
    P Q
    Z (

    8
    H
    R
    )

    SAVE
    9 0
    I J
    S T
    . ,

    Confirm with Enter AS

    Select the » Change Disc Name« menu item using »a « or
    »s« and press »ENTER« to confirm.
    – The title of the recording is shown in the first line.
    Notes:
    The “buttons” in the top row are function buttons:
    »CLR« deletes the disc name.
    »SP« inserts a space.
    »DEL« deletes a letter or character.
    »SAVE« stores the new disc name.

    Press the [Enter]
    button to change the
    name of the disc.

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

    Select the disc information with »A« and press »s« to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    ENGLISH

    s

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Deleting the content of the disc (DVD+RW)
    1
    Erase disc
    Press the Enter
    button to erase
    the disc. All recordings
    will be deleted.

    Confirm with Enter

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

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.
    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.

    2

    Select the disc information with »S« or »A« and press »s«
    to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    3

    Select » Erase disc« with »a « or »s« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    4

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The disc is erased. You can no longer open the index screen.
    Note:
    To cancel the deletion, select » No« with »S« or »A« and
    press »ENTER« to confirm.

    Confirm with Enter AS

    Blocking/unblocking a disc
    This protects the disc from being accidentally recorded over.
    1

    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.

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

    Confirm with Enter

    Lock/unlock disc
    Disc is not locked.
    Do you want to lock it?
    Yes
    No

    Confirm with Enter AS

    52

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

    2

    Select the disc information with »S« or »A« and press »s«
    to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    3

    Select the » Lock/unlock disc« menu item using »a « or »s«
    and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    4

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The disc is blocked and no recordings can be made on it.
    Note:
    Repeat this setting to unblock the disc.



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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Completing a title alteration (DVD+RW only)
    If you have changed titles or chapters, a DVD player may not be
    able to display this properly.
    This function allows you to eliminate this problem.
    If » Make compatible« does not appear in the menu, the disc is
    already compatible and the setting is not necessary.
    1

    Put a DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

    2

    Select the disc information with »S« or »A« and press »s«
    to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    Confirm with Enter

    3

    Select » Make compatible« with »a « or »s« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Make compatible

    4

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The titles and chapters of the DVD+R or DVD+RW will now be
    correctly displayed on a DVD player.

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

    Make disc compatible with
    your DVD player
    Yes
    No

    Confirm with Enter AS

    Note:
    Depending on the length of the title, this can take some time.

    ENGLISH

    Make compatible

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    MANAGING RECORDING DATA ______
    Finalising a disc (DVD+R only)
    If you want to play a DVD+R on a DVD player, you must first finalise
    it. The DVD/VCR recorder can play unfinalised discs.
    Note that after a disc is finalised, no changes or any new recordings can be made on it.
    Finalise disc

    1

    Press the [Enter]
    button to finalise
    the disc

    Put a DVD+R in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

    2

    Select the disc information with »S« or »A« and press »s«
    to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    Confirm with Enter

    3

    Select » Finalise disc« with »a « or »s« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    4

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    – The title and chapter will now be displayed correctly during
    playback or a DVD+R on a DVD player.

    Finalise disc
    Afterwards no more changes
    are possible. Continue?
    Yes
    No

    Note:
    Depending on the length of the title, this can take some time.

    Confirm with Enter AS

    Calling up disc information
    1

    Note:
    If the index screen does not appear, press »MENU«.

    Information
    Type
    DVD+RW
    Recordings
    5
    Total titles
    00:57:57
    Available space 01:48:48
    Finalised
    Locked
    No
    Compatibel
    Yes
    End setup

    54

    Put a DVD+R or DVD+RW in the disc compartment.
    – The index screen appears.

    2

    Select the disc information with »S« or »A« and press »s«
    to confirm.
    – The disc menu appears.

    3

    Select » Information« using »a « or »s«.

    4

    Press »SETUP« to close the info menu.



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    COPYING ______________________________________________
    Connection and preparation

    Connecting a camcorder
    Connect the »AV.F VIDEO L AUDIO R« sockets on the front of the
    DVD/VCR recorder to the corresponding sockets on the camcorder
    using a standard cinch cable

    Connecting a video recorder, DVD player or
    set-top box

    Y

    Pb/Cb

    COAXIAL

    S VIDEO OUT VIDEO OUT Pr/Cr

    ENGLISH

    Connect the »EURO AV2/DECODER« socket on the DVD/VCR
    recorder to the corresponding socket on the video recorder,
    DVD player or set-top box using a standard EURO-AV (Scart)
    cable.

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    COPYING ______________________________________________
    Recording from external devices
    Preparing for recording
    1

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

    2

    Select if a recording is to be made on disc or video cassette
    with »DVD« or »VCR«.

    3

    4

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Push a video cassette into the cassette compartment.

    Recording

    56

    1

    Select the station on the DVD/VCR recorder with »INPUT«.
    – »AV 2« (for the video recorder, DVD player or set-top box) or
    »AVF« (for the camcorder).

    2

    Press »REC SPEED« until the recording quality you require
    appears in the display.

    3

    Press »●« to start recording.

    4

    Press »8!« to pause recording.

    5

    Press »7« to end the recording.



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    USING A DECODER _____________________________
    Connection and preparation
    A decoder is necessary when the DVD/VCR recorder receives
    encoded programs from a private broadcaster.
    Ask your dealer about the decoder.

    PAY-TV
    COAXIAL

    Connection
    1

    Connect the »EURO AV2/DECODER« socket on the DVD/
    VCR recorder to a suitable socket on the decoder using a
    EURO-AV (Scart) cable.

    Station position for saving
    Standard
    Reception
    Automatic search
    Fine tuning
    Decoder
    Preset station
    Stations

    PAL-BG
    Antenna
    CH02

    1

    Using »S« or »A« select the channel for which the decoder
    is necessary.

    2

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    3

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    4

    Select » Manual setting« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    Select »Decoder« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    Press »S« or »A« to select »On« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    6

    Select »Preset station« with »S« or »A«, press »ENTER« to
    activate and »ENTER« to confirm.

    7

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Aus
    Decoder
    PR01
    OffP-01
    On

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    ENGLISH

    Setting the channel position for a decoder

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    USING A DECODER _____________________________
    Recording PAY TV programs
    Preparing for recording
    1

    Switch the DVD/VCR recorder on by pressing »STANDBY/ON«
    on the device.

    2

    Select if a recording is to be made on disc or video cassette
    with »DVD« or »VCR«.

    3

    4

    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Insert a disc in the disc compartment with the label facing
    upwards.
    Press » ə « on the DVD/VCR recorder or on the remote control.
    Push a video cassette into the cassette compartment.

    Recording

    58

    1

    Press »INPUT« to select the input source (for example, TV).

    2

    Press »S« or »A« to select the pay TV station.

    3

    Press »REC SPEED« until the recording quality you require
    appears in the display.

    4

    Press »●« to start recording.
    – The amount of recording time available is shown.

    5

    Press »8!« to pause recording.

    6

    Press »●« to resume recording.

    7

    Press »7« to end the recording.



  • Page 59

    CHILD LOCK __________________________________________
    Authorising the contents of a DVD

    Defaults
    Video
    Audio
    Parental control settings
    Special functions
    VCR
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    Setting rating level
    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Parental control settings« with »S« or »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    4

    Select »Rating level setting« with »S« or »A« and confirm
    with »ENTER«.

    5

    Enter the password (3308) with the number buttons »1…0«
    and confirm with »ENTER«.

    6

    Press »S« or »A« to select the rating level and »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    7

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    End setup

    Parental control settings
    Rating level setting
    Change password
    Set country code

    Films on DVD may be wholly or partially unsuitable for children.
    These DVDs contain information which marks the content or scenes.
    They are assigned access levels 1 to 8, which may differ from
    country to country. You can select one of the access levels and a
    certain country, and thus authorise alternative scenes for playback.

    Off
    Off

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Parental control settings« with »S« or »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    4

    Select »Set country code« with »S« or »A« and confirm
    with »ENTER«.

    5

    Enter the password (3308) with the number buttons »1…0«
    and confirm with »ENTER«.

    6

    Press »S« or »A« to select the country and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    7

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Set country code
    Please select country
    for parental control:
    Australia
    Belgium
    Denmark
    Finland
    Franc
    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    ENGLISH

    Selecting the country code for rating level control

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    CHILD LOCK __________________________________________
    Parental control settings
    Rating level setting
    Change password
    Set country code

    Off
    Off

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Change password
    Old password

    ____

    New password

    ____

    Confirm password

    ____

    End setup

    60

    Confirm with Enter

    Changing the access code (password)
    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Parental control settings« with »S« or »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    4

    Select »Change password« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    Enter the current password with (3308) with the number buttons
    »1…0«. This is a four-digit entry.

    6

    Enter the new password with the number buttons »1 … 0«.
    This is a four-digit entery.

    7

    Enter the same password using the number buttons »1…0«
    and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    8

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.



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    AUDIO SETTINGS ________________________________
    Selecting sound settings
    1
    Defaults
    Video
    Audio
    Parental control settings
    Special functions
    VCR
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Audio« with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »ENTER«.
    Note:
    The rest of the process is described in the following sections,
    starting from step 1.

    End setup

    Selecting the digital output
    Here you select whether the audio signal is emitted from the
    »DIGITAL AUDIO OUT« sockets in the original data format
    (bitstream) or in LPCM format (Pulse Code Modulation).

    Audio
    Digital output
    Dynamic range
    Virtual surround

    Aus
    Select
    Aus
    digital output
    Aus
    Off
    Bitstream

    1

    Select » Digital output« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Select the desired mode (» Bitstream« or » LPCM«) by pressing
    »S« or »A« and press »OK« to confirm.

    LPCM

    Note:
    If you select the » Off« setting, there is no signal output at the
    »DIGITAL AUDIO OUT« socket.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Setting the dynamic volume range

    Audio
    Digital output
    Dynamic range
    Virtual surround

    Aus
    Aus
    Select
    Aus
    dynamic range
    Off
    Low
    High

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Dolby Digital soundtracks have a very dynamic range. When
    played at high volume this can be a fascinating experience, which
    may however cause disturbance late at night.
    Simply reducing the volume does not produce pleasing results, and
    the dialogue becomes difficult to understand. Select the »Low« or
    »High« setting.
    1

    Select » Dynamic range« with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »ENTER«.

    2

    Select the desired setting (»Low« or »High«) with »S« or
    »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    Switching on virtual surround sound

    Digital output
    Dynamic range
    Virtual surround

    Aus
    Aus
    Aus
    Select Virtual
    Surround
    Off
    On

    You can switch the virtual surround sound effect on. Virtual
    Surround is a process which appears to provide sound all around
    the listener via only two loudspeakers.
    1

    Select » Virtual surround« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Switch on the virtual surround sound effect with »S« or »A«
    and confirm with »ENTER«.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Finishing the settings
    1

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    ENGLISH

    Audio

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    LANGUAGE SETTINGS ________________________
    You can choose between various languages.
    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    OSD language
    Menu language
    Subtitle language
    Audio language

    English
    Standard
    Standard
    Standard

    2

    Select » Languages« using »a « or »s«.

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    Selecting the screen menu language

    Languages

    With this you set the language of the DVD/VCR recorder’s screen
    menu.

    Languages
    OSD language
    Menu language
    Subtitle language
    Audio language

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    English
    Standard
    Select OSD
    Standard
    language
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    French
    Czech
    End setup

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    English
    Standard
    Select menu
    Standard
    language
    Standard
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    End setup
    French

    Languages
    OSD language
    Menu language
    Subtitle language
    Audio language

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    62

    1

    Select »OSD language« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Select your language using »A« or »S« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    Selecting the language of the DVD menus
    If the DVD has menus in several languages, you can select your
    language of choice.

    Languages
    OSD language
    Menu language
    Subtitle language
    Audio language

    Note:
    The rest of the process is described in the following sections,
    starting from step 1.

    English
    Standard
    Select
    Standard
    subtitles
    Standard
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    End setup
    French

    1

    Select »Menu language« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Select the language for the DVD menus using »S« or »A«
    and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    Selecting the language for the subtitles
    If subtitles are available on the current DVD, they are shown in the
    language you have selected.
    If the language you have selected for the subtitles is not on the DVD,
    the DVD/VCR recorder automatically selects the first language
    available.
    1

    Select »Subtitle language« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Select your language using »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.



  • Page 63

    LANGUAGE SETTINGS ________________________
    Selecting the dubbing language

    OSD language
    Menu language
    Subtitle language
    Audio language

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    English
    Standard
    Select
    Standard
    Audio language
    Standard
    Standard
    English
    Spanish
    End setup
    French

    1

    Select »Audio language« with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »ENTER«.

    2

    Select your language using »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Finishing the settings
    1

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    ENGLISH

    Languages

    If several languages are available on the current DVD, the sound is
    played back in the language you have selected.
    If the language you select is not on the DVD, the DVD/VCR recorder
    automatically selects first audio language available.

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    RECORDING SETTINGS_______________________
    Recording settings
    Recording settings
    DVD recording quality
    VCR recording quality
    Chapter marker

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    2

    Select » Recording settings« using »a « or »s«.
    Note:
    The rest of the process is described in the following sections,
    starting from step 1.

    Selecting recording quality for disc recordings
    The function allows you to select the recording quality for discs.

    DVD recording quality
    VCR recording quality
    Chapter marker

    HQ
    LP DVD
    Select
    Off
    quality
    SLP
    EP
    SP
    HQ

    End setup

    Recording settings
    DVD recording quality
    VCR recording quality
    Chapter marker

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    HQ
    LP
    Off

    Recording settings

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    1

    HQ
    LP
    Off VCR
    Select
    quality
    LP
    SP

    End setup

    1

    Select » DVD recording quality« with »S« or »A« and
    confirm with »ENTER«.

    2

    Select the recording quality using »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Selecting recording quality for VCR recordings
    The function allows you to select the recording quality for video
    cassettes.
    1

    Select » VCR recording quality« with »S« or »A« and
    confirm with »ENTER«.

    2

    Select the recording quality using »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Adding chapter markers
    This function allows you to specify whether and how often chapter
    markers are automatically set during recording.

    Recording settings

    1

    DVD recording quality
    VCR recording quality
    Chapter marker

    Select »Chapter marker« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    2

    Press »S« or »A« to select the marker sequence and
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    64

    HQ
    LP
    Auto. Chapter
    Off
    markers
    Off
    5min
    10min
    15min
    End setup

    Note:
    If you do not want to set markers, repeat the setting and
    select »Off«.



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    RECORDING SETTINGS_______________________
    VPS/PDC controller for timer recordings
    If the timer recording is to be performed using VPS/PDC control,
    this function must be switched on.
    Special functions
    Automatic clock setting Off
    AV link
    Off
    VPS/PDC
    Aus
    Select
    VPS/PDC
    Off
    On

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Special functions« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    4

    Select »VPS/PDC« by pressing »S« or »A« and then press
    »ENTER« to activate it.

    5

    Select the function with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    6

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Information about the VPS/PDC system

    ENGLISH

    This system guarantees successful recording if the programme you
    intend to record is delayed.
    Many television stations broadcast a supplementary signal
    (VPS/PDC signal) which indicates the start and duration of each
    individual television program. When you are programming the
    video recorder, it is therefore important to enter the times when it is
    to switch on and off to the nearest minute.
    If television programmes are changed or re-scheduled, then special
    VPS/PDC times which must be entered instead of the scheduled
    times are detailed in the television guides.
    In the case of television stations which do not transmit a VPS/PDC
    signal, recording depends solely on the times set for the video
    recorder to switch on and off. This is regardless of whether you
    confirm or delete VPS/PDC signal when you program the video
    recorder.
    If you want to record several programs from different television
    stations, you should decide which should take priority in the case of
    overlaps due to re-scheduling.

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    SPECIAL SETTINGS ______________________________
    Tuning television channels automatically
    1
    Installation
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Station search« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.
    – The DVD/VCR recorder searches all channels for television
    stations, then sorts and saves them. The automatic search may
    take several minutes.
    Note:
    You can stop the search by pressing »SETUP«.

    End setup

    Assigning channel positions manually
    If you have information on a new TV station, you can tune to it
    manually in this menu.

    Installation
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Manual setting« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    4

    Select »Standard« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.
    Select the colour system with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    If you want to search by channel or special channel,
    select »Reception« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.
    Select search parameter with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    6

    To start the search, select »Automatic search« with »S« or
    »A« and start the search with »a « or »s«.

    7

    If you wish to fine tune the picture, select »Fine tuning« with
    »S« or »A«.
    Tune the picture with »a « or »s« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    8

    To change the name of the TV station, select »Stations« with
    »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to confirm.
    Select the input position with »a « or »s«, enter letters or
    numbers with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to confirm.

    End setup

    Station position for saving
    Standard
    Reception
    Automatic search
    Fine tuning
    Decoder
    Preset station
    Stations

    PAL-BG
    Select
    Antenna
    standard
    CH02
    PAL-BG
    PAL-II
    Aus
    PAL-DK
    PR01
    SECAM-L
    P-01

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Station position for saving
    Standard
    Reception
    Automatic search
    Fine tuning
    Decoder
    Preset station
    Stations

    PAL-BG
    Antenna
    CH02
    Aus
    PR01
    P-01

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

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  • Page 67

    SPECIAL SETTINGS ______________________________
    Station position for saving
    Standard
    Reception
    Automatic search
    Fine tuning
    Decoder
    Preset station
    Stations

    PAL-BG
    Antenna
    CH02

    Select »Preset stations« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.
    Select a new, free station position with »S« or »A« and
    confirm with »ENTER«.

    Aus
    PR01Channel
    Select
    To P-01
    Store
    PR-35

    Note:
    Set further television stations by repeating steps 4 to 10.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    9

    10 Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Sorting television stations
    You can sort the TV stations in any order you like.
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    Station list
    PR-01 ARD
    PR-02 ZDF
    PR-03 BR 3
    PR-04 SAT 1
    PR-05 RTL
    PR-06 WDR3

    Station

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Station list« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    4

    Press »S« or »A« to select the station to move.

    5

    Press »ENTER« to activate the function.

    6

    Select » Move« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    7

    Select a new station with »S« or »A« and then press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    Delete
    Name
    Move

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Note:
    To sort the other television channels, repeat steps 4 to 7.
    8

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    ENGLISH

    Installation

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  • Page 68

    SPECIAL SETTINGS ______________________________
    Deleting television stations
    You can delete stations that you do not require from the station
    table.
    Installation
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    Station list
    PR-01 ARD
    PR-02 ZDF
    PR-03 BR 3
    PR-04 SAT 1
    PR-05 RTL
    PR-06 WDR3

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Station list« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    4

    Select the channel you wish to delete with »S« or »A«.

    5

    Press »ENTER« to activate the function.

    6

    Select » Delete« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    Station
    Delete
    Name
    Move

    Note:
    To delete other television stations, by repeating steps 4 to 6.
    7

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Entering station names
    You can enter a station name for every television station (max
    4 characters).
    Installation
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    Station list
    PR-01 ARD
    PR-02 ZDF
    PR-03 BR 3
    PR-04 SAT 1
    PR-05 RTL
    PR-06 WDR3

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item by pressing »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Station list« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    4

    Select the television station to be assigned a name with »S«
    or »A«.

    5

    Press »ENTER« to activate the function.

    6

    Select » Name« with »S« or »A« and activate with
    »ENTER«.

    7

    Select the input positions with »a « or »s«, select the letters/
    characters with »S« or »A« and confirm with »ENTER«.

    Station
    Delete
    Name
    Move

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    68

    1

    Note:
    To delete other television stations, by repeating steps 4 to 7.
    8

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.



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    SPECIAL SETTINGS ______________________________
    Automatically adopting television stations
    If this function is activated, the DVD/VCR recorder adopts the
    setting of the television station from the television. Prerequisite for
    this, is that the television is equipped with this function.
    Special functions
    Automatic clock setting Off
    AV link
    Off
    Select AV
    VPS/PDC
    Aus
    Link
    Off
    On

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Special functions« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    4

    Select »AV link« with »S« or »A« and confirm with
    »ENTER«.

    5

    Switch on this function with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    6

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Setting the time automatically

    Special functions
    Automatic clock setting Off
    Select Auto
    AV link
    Off
    Clock Status
    VPS/PDC
    Aus
    Off
    On
    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Defaults« with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select »Special functions« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    4

    Select »Automatic clock setting« with »S« or »A« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    5

    Select the function with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm.

    6

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    ENGLISH

    If this function is set, the DVD/VCR recorder can automatically
    update the time in stand-by mode.
    This is only possible if preset 1 on the DVD/VCR recorder is occupied by a station with teletext.

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    SPECIAL SETTINGS ______________________________
    Setting the time and date
    If you do not want to use the date and time broadcast by a television station, you can set it manually.

    Installation
    Manual setting
    Station search
    Set the time
    Station list

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select the » Installation« menu item with »a « or »s«.

    3

    Select » Set the time« with »S« or »A«.
    Enter the hours with »S« or »A«.
    Switch to minutes entry with »s« and enter the minutes with
    »S« or »A«.
    Confirm your entry with »s«, the input cursor moves to
    » Date«.

    4

    Enter the day with »S« or »A«.
    Switch to months entry with »s« and enter the month with
    »S« or »A«.
    Switch to year entry with »s« and enter the year with »S«
    or »A«.
    Press »ENTER« to confirm your entry.

    5

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    End setup

    Set the time
    Please set the time:
    A

    Time:

    13 : 00
    S

    Date: 01\ Dez \ 2004 (Mi)
    Confirm with Enter End setup Select AS

    Resetting the DVD/VCR recorder to its original
    condition

    Restore defaults
    If you select this function
    all settings
    Restore defaults
    are reset
    Are you sure you want to
    to the factory
    settings.reset the recorder?
    Yes
    No
    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    End setup

    All custom settings are restored to the original status.
    You must perform all settings as described in the “Initial installation”
    chapter.
    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » Restore defaults« with »a « or »s« and press
    »ENTER« to confirm.

    3

    Select » Yes« with »S« or »A« and press »ENTER« to
    confirm the deletion.

    4

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.

    Calling up system information
    System info
    Version
    FD3251172VL
    Main Build
    2.6.8/G
    Micom Software
    2.2.7
    DVD navigation
    2.0.0
    Loader
    BDR-Z172

    Confirm with Enter
    Select AS

    70

    End setup

    1

    Press »SETUP« to open the main menu.

    2

    Select » System info« with »a « or »s« and press »ENTER«
    to confirm.

    3

    Press »SETUP« to finish the setting.



  • Page 71

    INFORMATION_____________________________________
    Technical data
    This product fulfils the European directives 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
    This device conforms to the safety regulation DIN EN 60065 (VDE 0860) and therefore the international safety regulation IEC 60065.
    Never open up the DVD/VCR recorder. The manufacturer will not accept any liability for damage
    resulting from improper handling.
    Mains voltage:
    230 V ~, 50/60 Hz
    Power consumption:
    Operation: approx. 32 W
    Switched on 5,8 W
    Ambient temperature:
    +5 °C to +35 °C
    Playback standard:
    PAL, 50 Hz, 625 lines
    VCR system:
    4 video heads, 2 HiFi heads
    Disc recording formats:
    DVD+R, DVD+RW
    Media formats:
    DVD video, audio CD,
    video CD (VCD 1.0/1.1/2.0), S-Video CD,
    CD ROM (DivX©Video, MP3, JPEG, Kodak
    Picture CD)

    Laser:
    Semiconductor laser
    Wavelength 650 nm for DVD
    Audio format:
    Digital:
    MPEG2/Dolby Digital, PCM, DTS,
    MPEG3
    Analogue: Stereo sound, Dolby Pro Logic
    Audio:
    Signal:
    DVD:
    Video CD:
    Audio CD:

    Analogue
    48/96 kHz
    44.1 kHz
    44.1 kHz

    4Hz-22/44 kHz
    4Hz-20 kHz
    4Hz-20 kHz

    Signal-to-noise ratio
    (at 1 kHz): ≥ 90 dB
    Sound volume
    (at 1 kHz): ≥ 90 dB
    Dimensions and weight:
    Dimensions:
    W x H x L 430 x 91 x 354 mm
    Weight 6.18 kg

    General information on laser devices
    Caution:
    If operating devices or methods other than those specified here are employed, it may lead to dangerous exposure to emissions.
    This device emits laser radiation. Because of the danger of eye injuries, the unit may only be opened
    or serviced by trained personnel.
    If settings other than those specified here are employed or other procedures are carried out, this may
    lead to dangerous radiation exposure.
    This product contains components which are covered by certain U.S. patents or for other reasons
    are considered intellectual property of the Macrovision Corporation and other proprietors. Use of
    this protected technology must be approved by the Macrovision Company and is only permissible
    for private presentation at home or for other limited applications, where no special permission has
    been granted by Macrovision. Reproduction or disassembly of the device is prohibited.
    Manufactured with permission from Dolby Laboratories. The “Dolby” label and the double-D logo
    “ij ” are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished material.
    ©1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.
    During playback of DTS-coded CDs and DVDs, a high noise level is produced at the analogue
    stereo outputs. In order to avoid damaging the audio system, always take appropriate preventive
    measures when connecting the stereo outputs of the DVD/VCR recorder to an amplification system.
    For DTS Digital Surround playback, an external 5.1-channel DTS Digital Surround decoder must
    be connected to the digital output (S/PDIF) of the DVD/VCR recorder.

    ENGLISH

    CLASS 1
    LASER PRODUCT

    Your system is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. This means that the laser is designed in such a way as to
    ensure that the maximum permissible emission value cannot be exceeded under any circumstances.

    DTS and DTS Digital Out are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

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    INFORMATION_____________________________________
    Troubleshooting
    Not every picture or sound problem is caused by a defect in your DVD/VCR recorder. Impairment can
    also be caused by leads having been accidentally pulled out, damaged DVDs/CDs and worn-out batteries in the remote control.
    If the following measures do not do not rectify the problem, consult an authorised dealer.

    Problem

    Possible cause/remedy

    DVD/VCR recorder does not
    respond not at the recorder

    Point the remote control directly at the DVD/VCRremote control.
    Remove all obstacles which may interfere with the path of the
    remote control signal.
    Check or replace the remote control batteries.

    The disc tray will not open,
    picture/sound problems
    No picture

    Using the mains switch, switch the DVD/VCR recorder
    »ON/OFF« off and on again.
    Check the video connection.
    The output signal is set to “Progressive”. Press »I/P« on the
    remote control to switch to “Interlace”.

    Distorted picture
    The DVD/CD cannot be played

    Make sure that there are no fingerprints on the DVD/CD,
    follow the cleaning instructions on the next page.
    Check if the label on the DVD/CD is facing upwards.
    Clean the DVD/CD.
    Check if the DVD/CD is damaged by testing out another
    DVD/CD.

    No sound

    Check the audio connections.
    Try another playback source.
    Use an external decoder for DTS audio formats.

    No sound at the digital output

    Select the “Original” mode, see setting on page 61.

    Distorted sound from the
    hi-fi system

    Make sure that the audio connections are not connected to
    the phono input on the amplifier.

    Recording from TV stations
    not possible.

    Antenna cable not connected, please connect it.
    The TV station is not tuned on the DVD/VCR recorder. Tune
    the television station.
    Station not transmitting or antenna defective.

    Timer recording was not
    performed.

    The DVD recorder was not switched off after timer
    programming.
    The VPS/PDC time was incorrectly entered for
    VPS/PDC-programmed recordings.

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  • Page 73

    INFORMATION_____________________________________
    Cleaning discs
    Wipe the dirty disc with a cloth from the centre outwards in a straight line.
    Do not use any solvents such as benzene, thinners, conventional cleaner or anti-static spray for
    vinyl records.
    Do not use a cleaning CD, as it might damage the laser of your DVD/VCR recorder.

    Software information

    ENGLISH

    We wish to point out explicitly that only operating software authorised by GRUNDIG is permissible
    for the DVD/VCR recorder. This operating software is available from specialist dealers or will be
    available shortly on the Grundig web sites: www.grundig.com and www.grundig.de. Any instance of
    operating software from a dubious Internet source being loaded to the device will impair functioning
    and also, since it is an unauthorised intervention, invalidate any claims under the guarantee.
    GRUNDIG will refuse to refund any costs resulting in such cases. Any repair costs in such cases, even
    those occurring within the guarantee period, are to be paid by the customer.

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  • Page 74

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