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    Introduction
    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    RDXV59DTKB

    Connections

    HDD & DVD / VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER

    OWNER’S MANUAL

    Recording

    PAL

    Playback
    Editing
    Function Setup

    OPEN/CLOSE

    VCR REC

    EN

    VCR

    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    DVD

    For Customer Use:
    Carefully read the Model No. and Serial No. located at the
    back of the unit and enter the information below. Retain
    this information for future reference.
    Model No. __________________________
    Serial No. __________________________

    1

    Others

    © 2009 Toshiba Corporation

    DUBBING

    VHS Functions

    ON/STANDBY



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    .

    Introduction
    Precautions
    WARNING:

    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
    APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
    The lightning flash with arrowhead
    symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
    intended to alert the user to the presence
    of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
    the product’s enclosure that may be of
    sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
    electric shock to persons.

    CAUTION
    RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
    DO NOT OPEN
    CAUTION:
    TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
    REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS
    INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
    PERSONNEL.
    The important note is located on the rear of the cabinet.

    Laser Safety
    This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service personnel
    should remove the cover or attempt to service this unit, due to
    the possibility of eye injury.
    CAUTION:

    USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
    PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
    THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
    RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
    EXPOSURE.
    CAUTION: VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION
    WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK DEFEATED.
    DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
    LOCATION: INSIDE, NEAR THE DECK MECHANISM.

    Power Supply
    The power supply is connected and the unit is live when the
    mains cable is plugged into a 220 - 240 V~, 50 Hz AC outlet.
    To operate the unit, press [B ON\STANDBY].
    WARNING: LIVE PARTS INSIDE.
    DO NOT REMOVE ANY SCREWS.

    The exclamation point within an
    equilateral triangle is intended to alert the
    user to the presence of important
    operating and maintenance (servicing)
    instructions in the literature
    accompanying the appliance.

    6. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this
    apparatus to dripping or splashing, no objects filled with
    liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
    apparatus.
    7. Do not stand the unit vertically. Use the unit in a horizontal
    (flat) position only.
    8. Before attempting to operate the unit, make sure that the
    timer recording mode is off.
    9. This product is in Stand-by mode when turned off while
    the mains cable is connected.
    10. Do not place any combustible objects on the device
    (candles, etc.).
    11. Before moving the unit, be sure to remove any media and
    unplug the mains cable from the AC outlet.
    12. Disconnect the mains plug to shut off the unit, if you
    suspect a fault has developed, or if it will not be used for
    an extended period.
    13. The mains plug shall remain readily operable.
    14. Read both instruction manuals to ensure correct and safe
    installation and interconnection of the unit in multimedia
    systems.
    15. Keep a distance of 20 cm around the ventilation openings
    of the apparatus.

    Caution
    1. Do not attempt to open the cabinet. There are no parts
    inside you can service. Refer all servicing to qualified
    service personnel.
    2. Slots and openings in the cabinet at the sides and
    underneath are provided for ventilation. To ensure reliable
    operation and to protect the unit from overheating, these
    openings must not be blocked or covered.
    Avoid installation in enclosed spaces such as bookcases
    unless suitable ventilation is provided.
    3. Keep the unit away from radiators and other heat sources.
    4. Avoid use near strong magnetic fields.
    5. Do not push objects of any kind into the unit through the
    cabinet slots or openings as they could touch electrically
    live parts or short circuit parts resulting in a fire or electric
    shock.

    2

    EN

    A NOTE ABOUT RECYCLING
    This product’s packaging materials are recyclable and can
    be reused. Please dispose of any materials in accordance
    with your local recycling regulations.
    This product consists of materials which can be recycled
    and reused if disassembled by a specialised company.



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    Installation Location
    For safety and optimum performance of this unit:
    • Install the unit in a horizontal and stable position.
    • Keep the unit away from electronic equipment such as an
    amplifier, TV, etc. to prevent warping,damage, fire and
    malfunction.
    • Do not place anything directly on top of the unit.
    • Shield the unit from direct sunlight and keep away from
    sources of intense heat. Avoid dusty or humid locations.
    Avoid locations with insufficient ventilation for suitable heat
    dissipation. Do not block the ventilation holes on the sides of
    the unit. Avoid locations subject to strong vibration or strong
    magnetic fields.

    Avoid the Hazards of Electrical Shock and Fire

    Moisture Condensation Warning

    About Copyright

    EN

    3

    Others

    Unauthorised copying, broadcasting, public performance and
    lending of discs are prohibited. This product incorporates
    copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S.
    patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this
    copyright protection technology must be authorised by
    Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited
    viewing uses only unless otherwise authorised by
    Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is
    prohibited.

    VHS Functions

    Moisture condensation may occur inside the unit when it is
    moved from a cold place to a warm place, after heating a cold
    room, or under conditions of high humidity. Do not use the unit
    for at least 2 hours to allow the inside to dry.

    Function Setup

    • Do not handle the mains cable with wet hands.
    • Do not pull on the mains cable to disconnect it from AC
    outlet. Grasp it by the plug.
    • If, by accident, water is spilled on the unit, unplug the mains
    cable immediately and take the unit to an authorised service
    centre for servicing.

    Editing

    Before Switching on make sure that the voltage of your
    electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating
    plate.
    Mains Cord
    This appliance may be fitted with a non-rewireable plug. If it is
    necessary to change the fuse in a nonrewireable plug the fuse
    cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover is lost or damaged, the
    plug must not be used until a replacement available from the
    appliance manufacturer is obtained.
    It is important that the colour of the replacement fuse cover
    corresponds with the rating marking on the base of the plug.
    If the plug has to be changed because it is not suitable for
    your socket, or becomes damaged, it should be cut off and an
    appropriate plug fitted following the wiring instructions below.
    The plug removed must be disposed of safely as insertion into
    a 13A socket is likely to cause an electrical hazard.
    For your own safety read the following instructions carefully
    before attempting to connect this unit to mains.
    The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
    the following code:
    BLUE=NEUTRAL, BROWN=LIVE

    CORD GRIP

    OUTER SHEATH OF THE WIRE

    Playback

    Connection to Power

    BROWN
    (Live)

    Recording

    Do not place the unit on the furniture that is capable of
    being tilted by a child and an adult leaning, pulling,
    standing or climbing on it. A falling unit can cause serious
    injury or even death.

    BLUE
    (Neutral)

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Make your contribution to the environment!!!
    • Exhausted batteries do not belong in the dustbin.
    • You can dispose of them at a collection point for
    exhausted batteries or special waste.
    • Contact your council for details.

    FUSE

    Connections

    Following information is only valid EU-member States:
    Disposal of batteries and/or accumulators
    The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that
    batteries and/or accumulators must be collected and
    disposed of separately from household waste.If the battery
    or accumulator contains more than the specified values of
    lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), and/or cadmium (Cd) defined in
    the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC), then the chemical
    symbols for lead (Pb), mercury (Hg) and/or cadmium (Cd)
    will appear below the crossed out wheeled dust bin
    symbol.By participating in separate collection of batteries,
    you will help to assure the proper disposal of products and
    batteries and thus help to prevent potential negative
    consequences for the environment and
    human health. For more detailed
    information about the collection and
    recycling programmes available in your
    country, please contact your local city office
    or the shop where you purchased the
    Pb, Hg, Cd
    product.

    Important
    As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance
    may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
    terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
    The wire which is coloured blue must be connected to the
    terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured black.
    The wire which is coloured brown must be connected to the
    terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured red.
    No connection is to be made to the earth terminal of the plug.
    If a 13 Amp (BS 1363) Plug is used, a 5 Amp Fuse must be
    fitted, or if any other type of Plug is used a 3 or 5 Amp Fuse
    must be fitted, either in the Plug or Adaptor, or on the
    Distribution Board.
    Mains Supply: 220 - 240 V~ 50 Hz - AC only
    Do not make any connection to the larger pin marked with the
    letter “E” or by the symbol
    or coloured green or green and
    yellow.

    Introduction

    Following information is only for EU-member states:
    The use of the symbol indicates that this product may not
    be treated as household waste. By ensuring this product is
    disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential
    negative consequences for the environment and human
    health, which could otherwise be caused by
    inappropriate waste handling of this
    product. For more detailed information
    about recycling of this product, please
    contact your local city office, your
    household waste disposal service or the
    shop where you purchased the product.



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    Notice for the Progressive Scan Outputs
    Consumers should note that not all high definition television
    sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause
    artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of picture
    problems with 480 or 576 progressive scan output, it is
    recommended that the user switch the connection to the
    ‘standard definition’ output. If there are questions regarding
    your TV set compatibility with this 480p or 576p product,
    please contact our customer service centre.
    Manufactured under license from Dolby
    Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D
    symbol are trademarks of Dolby
    Laboratories.

    “Dolby® Digital Stereo Creator enables consumers to
    create stereo DVD-Videos with stunning Dolby Digital
    sound tracks at home. The technology, when utilised
    instead of PCM recording, also saves recordable disc
    space, allowing for higher video resolution or extended
    recording time on each DVD. DVDs mastered using Dolby
    Digital Stereo Creator will play back on all DVD-Video
    players.”
    Note: This is true when the players are compatible with
    actual recordable DVD discs.

    Manufactured under license under U.S.
    Patent #: 5,451,942 & other U.S. and
    worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS
    and DTS Digital Out are registered
    trademarks and the DTS logos and
    Symbol are trademarks of DTS, Inc. ©
    1996-2008 DTS, Inc. All Right Reserved.

    HDMI, the HDMI logo and
    High-Definition Multimedia
    Interface are trademarks or
    registered trademarks of HDMI
    Licensing LLC.

    DivX, DivX Certified, and associated
    logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and
    are used under license.

    DVB is a registered trademark of the DVB
    Project

    EU Conformity Statement

    Maintenance
    CLEANING THE UNIT
    Use a soft cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent
    solution. Do not use solutions containing alcohol, spirits,
    ammonia or abrasive.
    CLEANING DISCS
    If a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the
    disc from the centre out. Do not wipe in a circular motion.
    Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially
    available cleaners, detergent, abrasive cleaning agents or
    antistatic spray intended for analogue records.
    DISC HANDLING
    Handle the discs so that fingerprints and dust do not adhere
    to the disc surfaces.
    Always store the disc in its protective case when it is not in
    use.
    HDD HANDLING
    • HDD is a precision apparatus that is susceptible to vibration,
    strong impact or dirt. Depending on the installation
    environment or handling, the unit may become partially
    damaged or in the worst case, recording or replaying may
    not be available. Especially while the HDD is in motion, do
    not subject it to vibration or strong impact or pull out the
    power plug. And if a power failure occurs, the content of the
    recording / replaying programme may be lost.
    • HDD rotates at high speed when in operation. Be sure that
    rotation has stopped and then move the unit without
    subjecting it to strong impact or vibration.
    SERVICING
    If the unit becomes inoperative, do not try to correct the
    problem by yourself. There are no user serviceable parts
    inside. Turn the unit off, unplug the mains cable, and consult
    your dealer or an authorised service centre.
    CLEANING THE DISC LENS
    If the unit does not perform correctly even though you have
    referred to “Troubleshooting” and the relevant sections in the
    Owner’s Manual, the laser optical pickup unit may be dirty.
    Consult your dealer or an authorised service centre for
    inspection and cleaning of the laser optical pickup unit.
    AUTO HEAD CLEANING
    • Automatically cleans video heads as you insert or remove a
    cassette, so you can see a clear picture.
    • Playback picture may become blurred or interrupted while
    the TV programme reception is clear. Dirt accumulated on
    the video heads after a long period of use, or the usage of
    rental or worn tapes can cause this problem. If a streaky or
    snowy picture appears during playback, the video heads in
    the unit may need to be cleaned.
    1 Please visit your local Audio / Video store and purchase a
    good quality VCR Video Head Cleaner.
    2 If a Video Head Cleaner does not solve the problem,
    please consult your dealer or an authorised service centre.

    Note

    “This product is marked with “CE” and complies therefore with
    the applicable harmonized European standards listed under
    the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the EMC Directive
    2004/108/EC.”
    Responsible for CE-marking is
    TOSHIBA INFORMATION SYSTEMS (U.K.) LTD, Toshiba
    Court, Weybridge Business Park, Addlestone Road,
    Weybridge, Surrey, KT15 2UL, United Kingdom

    4

    EN

    • Remember to read the instructions along with the video
    head cleaner before use.
    • Clean video heads only when problems occur.



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    Accessories Supplied
    Remote control with two R6 (AA) batteries
    RF cable
    Owner’s Manual
    Quick Setup Guide
    Registration card
    Helpline Sheet

    The following features are available with this unit.

    HDD

    DVD

    VCR

    • Recording up to 36 programmes (HDD/DVD)
    • One-touch timer recording:
    (HDD/DVD) [E Page 32]
    (VCR)
    [E Page 74]
    HDD

    DVD

    Dubbing
    DVD

    DVD

    • Adding or deleting chapter marks manually:
    [E Page 61]
    • Creating titles to a Playlist: [E Page 63]
    • Deleting titles: [E Page 59]
    • Deleting a scene of a title: [E Page 64]
    • Editing title name: [E Page 60]
    • Combining titles: [E Page 63]
    • Dividing titles: [E Page 62]
    • Protecting titles: [E Page 62]

    Playback

    • Alternate recording: [E Page 34]
    • Automatic finalising: [E Page 45]
    • Automatic title menu making: [E Page 45]

    DVD

    VCR

    Editing

    • High speed dubbing: [E Page 41]
    • Auto recording mode dubbing: [E Page 41]
    DVD

    Editing
    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    VCR

    Recording

    HDD
    • 250 GB hard disc
    • PDC: [E Page 34]

    • Adding or deleting chapter marks at once
    (video mode DVD-RW only): [E Page 61]
    • Hiding chapters: [E Page 62]

    Compatibility
    Function Setup

    • DV dubbing:
    (HDD/DVD) [E Pages 39-40]
    (VCR)
    [E Page 75]

    DVD
    • Playing back MP3 / JPEG / DivX® files: [E Pages 47-49]

    • Quick search: [E Pages 75-76]

    • Automatic chapter mark setting: [E Page 31]
    • Automatic Playlist making

    HDD

    HDD
    • Chasing playback during recording and simultaneous
    playback and recording: [E Page 53]
    • Pausing a TV broadcast to resume later (Pause TV):
    [E Page 53]

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Recording

    DVD

    Theatre surround sound: [E Page 19]
    Quick search: [E Pages 54-55]
    Variable skip: [E Page 51]
    Variable replay: [E Page 51]
    Playback from Original or a Playlist: [E Page 46]
    Virtual Surround System: [E Page 57]
    Playing back data files recorded in a USB device:
    [E Page 48]

    Connections

    Features

    HDD








    Introduction








    Playback

    DVD
    • Playing back discs recorded in video mode in any
    regular DVD player: [E Page 45]

    Others
    DVD

    VHS Functions

    HDD

    • Progressive scan system: [E Pages 17, 71]
    • HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface):
    [E Pages 18, 72]

    Others

    EN

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    Table of Contents
    Introduction ...................................................... 2

    Editing ............................................................. 58

    Precautions ........................................................................ 2

    Guide to a Title List .......................................................... 58

    Features ............................................................................. 5

    Editing Discs .................................................................... 59

    Guide to the Owner’s Manual ............................................. 7

    Deleting Selected Titles ................................................... 60

    Functional Overview......................................................... 10

    Deleting All Titles in HDD................................................. 64

    Installing Batteries in the Remote Control ........................ 12
    Switching HDD / DVD / VCR mode .................................. 12

    Function Setup ............................................... 65

    Guide to On-Screen Displays ........................................... 13

    General Setting ................................................................ 67

    Front Panel Display Guide................................................ 16

    VCR Functions ................................................ 74
    Connections ................................................... 17
    Connecting to a TV........................................................... 17

    Playback........................................................................... 74

    Connecting to an External Equipment.............................. 19

    Basic Recording and One-touch
    Timer Recording (OTR) ................................................. 74

    Digital Audio for Better Sound Quality .............................. 19

    Search.............................................................................. 75
    Other Operations.............................................................. 76

    Basic Setup / TV View Operation .................. 20

    Hi-Fi Stereo Sound System ............................................. 76

    Initial Setting..................................................................... 20
    Channel Setting................................................................ 20

    Others .............................................................. 77

    TV View Operation ........................................................... 23

    Troubleshooting................................................................ 77
    Troubleshooting for Error Messages ................................ 80

    Recording........................................................ 28

    Language Code ............................................................... 82

    Information on DVD Recording......................................... 28

    Specifications ................................................................... 83

    Formatting a Disc ............................................................. 30
    Selecting the Audio Mode ................................................ 31
    Basic Recording and One-touch
    Timer Recording (OTR) ................................................. 32
    Timer Recording............................................................... 33
    Timer Recording (EPG).................................................... 36
    Series Link Timer Recording ............................................ 37
    Satellite Link ..................................................................... 37
    Settings for External Equipment....................................... 38
    Information on DV Dubbing .............................................. 39
    DVC to HDD / DVD Dubbing............................................. 40
    Information on Dubbing .................................................... 40
    Setting a Disc to Protect................................................... 44
    Finalising Discs ................................................................ 45

    Playback.......................................................... 46
    Basic Playback ................................................................. 46
    PBC Function for Video CDs ............................................ 50
    Special Playback .............................................................. 51
    Search .............................................................................. 54
    Repeat / Random / Programme Playback / Slide Show ... 55
    Selecting the Format of Audio and Video ......................... 56

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    Introduction

    Guide to the Owner’s Manual
    Symbols Used in the Owner’s Manual

    Symbol

    Connections

    To show what recording mode or media type applies to each
    function, the following symbols appear at the beginning of
    each operating item.
    Description

    HDD
    DVD-V

    VR

    DVD-RW
    DVD-R

    DVD+R
    CD
    VCD

    Available to DVD-RW discs in video mode
    Available to DVD-RW discs in VR mode
    Available to DVD-R discs in video mode
    Available to DVD+RW discs

    Recording

    DVD+RW

    Available to DVD-videos

    Available to DVD+R discs
    Available to audio CDs
    Available to video CDs
    Available to CD-RW/-R discs and USB device with
    MP3 files

    JPEG

    Available to CD-RW/-R discs and USB device with
    JPEG files

    DivX

    Available to DVD-RW/-R, DVD+RW/+R, CD-RW/-R
    discs and USB device with DivX® files
    (DivX® files in USB device are not guaranteed.)
    Available to VHS tapes
    Use only cassettes marked VHS (

    PAL

    Editing

    VCR

    Playback

    MP3

    ®

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Video

    DVD-RW

    Available to (internal) HDD

    )

    Symbols for Tuner Setting and
    Recording

    ANALOG
    DVB

    Function Setup

    The following is the description for the symbols for tuner
    setting used in this manual.
    : Settings only for the analogue mode
    : Settings only for the DVB mode

    VHS Functions
    Others

    EN

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    Media for Recording / Playing
    Media Type

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    DVD+RW

    DVD+R

    HDD

    Logo
    Automatically
    Format Can be formatted in VR or video mode formatted in
    video mode
    Video Mode
    Icon

    Maximum Record Time

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    480 min
    (12 cm)
    144 min
    (8 cm)

    480 min
    (12 cm)
    144 min
    (8 cm)

    Available Features

    DVD-R
    480 min
    (12 cm)
    144 min
    (8 cm)

    1×-6×
    Recordable/Playable
    Ver. 1.1/1.2
    Versions
    Ver. 1.1/1.2 CPRM compatible
    Playable only on VR
    mode compatible
    unit.
    Finalisation
    recommended.



    DVD+RW
    480 min
    (12 cm)
    144 min
    (8 cm)

    DVD+R
    480 min
    (12 cm)
    144 min
    (8 cm)

    HDD
    424 hrs
    (with SLP mode)

    1×-16×
    Ver. 2.0/2.1

    1×-4×

    1×-16×



    Playable on
    most DVD
    players.
    Finalisation
    necessary.
    (Title menu will
    be created)

    Playable on
    DVD+RW
    compatible
    players.
    Finalisation
    recommended.
    (Title menu will
    be created)

    Playable on
    most DVD
    players.
    Finalisation
    recommended.
    (Title menu will
    be created)









    Recording Features
    Record TV
    Programmes





    Reuse by Deleting
    the Current
    Contents





    Record 16:9 Size
    Pictures





    Record Copy-once
    Programmes







    Editing Features
    Scene Delete



    Edit Title Name
    Create Chapters
    Wherever You Like
    (chapter mark)



    Combine Titles







    Delete a Title

    ✔: Available
    * CPRM compatible disc only.



    Original

    Playlist

    Original




















































    Protect a Title






    Deleting Selected
    Titles
    Create a Playlist



    Playlist

    Hide Chapters

    EN







    Divide a Title

    DVD players with



    ✔*

    Create Chapters at
    Fixed Intervals
    (auto chapter)

    8

    Automatically
    formatted in
    +VR mode

    VR Mode

    Video

    Playable on
    most DVD
    players.
    Compatibility Finalisation
    necessary.
    (Title menu will
    be created)

    Automatically
    formatted in
    +VR mode

    Gray: Not available

    are capable of playing DVD-RW recorded in VR mode.












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    Introduction

    Discs for Playing
    Disc Type

    DVD-VIDEO

    CD-DA

    Video CD

    CD-RW

    CD-R

    Logo

    Icon

    CD

    VCD

    CD

    CD

    Connections

    DVD-V
    Files for Playing
    MP3

    JPEG

    DivX®

    Icon

    MP3

    JPEG

    DivX

    CD-RW/-R
    USB device

    CD-RW/-R
    USB device

    CD-RW/-R
    DVD-RW/-R
    DVD+RW/+R
    USB device (not guaranteed)

    Media

    ®

    is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

    Unplayable Discs
    The following discs will not play back on this unit.

    DVD+R 8x, DVD+RW 4x, DVD-R 8x, DVD-RW 2x
    DVD-RW 4x
    DVD+R 4x/8x/16x, DVD-R 8x/16x
    DVD+R 4x/8x/16x, DVD+RW 4x
    DVD+R 4x/8x/16x

    Colour Systems
    This unit uses the PAL system. However, it is also possible to
    play back DVDs using other colour systems, such as NTSC.

    2

    VHS Functions

    Because of problems and errors that can occur during the
    creation of DVD and CD software and/or the manufacture of
    DVD and CD discs, Toshiba cannot guarantee that product
    will play every feature of every DVD bearing the DVD logo
    and/or every CD bearing the CD logo. As one of the
    creators of DVD technology, Toshiba DVD players are
    manufactured using the highest standards of quality, and as
    a result, such incompatibilities are rare.

    Function Setup

    Region Codes

    Editing

    On the following disc, the sound may not be heard.
    • Super audio CD - Only the sound on the CD layer can be
    heard. The sound on the high-density super audio CD layer
    cannot be heard.

    • Toshiba is not liable for any damage or loss caused
    directly or indirectly by the malfunction of this unit,
    including, without limitation, any one of the following:
    • Failure to record contents intended to be recorded by
    the consumer.
    • Failure to edit contents as intended by the consumer.
    • When a DVD-RW/-R, DVD+RW/+R disc created on
    this unit is used (e.g., insertion, playback, recording or
    editing) in another DVD player, recorder or personal
    computer drive.
    • When a DVD-RW/-R, DVD+RW/+R disc that is used in
    the manner described in the immediately preceding
    bullet point is used again in this unit.
    • When a DVD-RW/-R, DVD+RW/+R disc that was
    recorded in another DVD recorder, or in a personal
    computer drive is used in this unit.
    • Some functions may not work with personal computer
    discs.
    • Discs recorded in this unit may not operate as expected
    on other DVD players, recorders or personal computer
    drives.

    Playback

    • Compact Disc-Interactive
    (CD-I)
    Video Single Disc (VSD)
    • DVD-ROM
    DVD-audio
    • Unfinalised disc
    DVD or CD contains Windows Media™ Audio files
    DVD-RW/-R recorded in non compatible recording format
    Blu-ray Disc
    • HD DVD

    This unit has been designed to play DVD with
    region 2. If these region symbols do not appear on
    your DVD, you cannot play back the DVD in this unit.
    The number inside the globe refers to region of the
    world.

    Verbatim
    JVC
    Maxell
    SONY
    TDK

    Performance of any other discs are not guaranteed.

    • CD-ROM






    Following discs are recommended for good recording quality
    and are proven to be compatible with this unit.
    However, depending on the media condition the unit may not
    read the disc properly.

    Recording

    • Official DivX® Certified product
    • Plays all versions of DivX® video (including DivX® 6) with
    standard playback of DivX® media files.
    • Media containing the DivX® files with the DivX® GMC (Global
    Motion Compensation) playback feature, which is DivX®
    supplemental function, cannot be played back on this unit.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Type of title

    Others

    EN

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    Functional Overview
    Front Panel
    1

    2

    3 4*

    5

    6

    OPEN/CLOSE
    PAL

    ON/STANDBY

    DUBBING

    VCR REC
    PROGRAM

    REC

    VCR DVD
    HDD DVD

    VCR

    VCR
    VCR

    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    DVD

    SELECT

    HDD
    HDD

    DVD
    REC

    HDD/DVD

    USB

    23 21* 19* 17 16
    24 22 20* 18

    15 13
    11 9
    14 12 10*

    8

    DV IN

    7

    You can also turn on the unit by pressing these buttons.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10
    11
    12

    B ON\STANDBY button
    Cassette compartment
    DUBBING indicator
    A OPEN\CLOSE button* (DVD)
    REC indicators (HDD/DVD)
    Disc tray
    DV IN jack (AV3)
    USB input jack
    I REC button (HDD/DVD)
    PLAY B button* (HDD/DVD)
    STOP C button (HDD/DVD)
    Device select buttons / indicators
    (HDD/DVD/VCR)

    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24

    DUBBING VCR M DVD button
    DUBBING HDD M DVD button
    PROGRAM G \ H buttons
    Display
    Infrared sensor window
    I REC button (VCR)
    PLAY B button* (VCR)
    FWD D button* (VCR)
    REV E button* (VCR)
    EJECT\STOP A / C button (VCR)
    REC indicator (VCR)
    Power indicator

    Button names described in the Owner’s Manual
    The instructions in this manual are described mainly with the operations using the remote control. Some operations can be
    carried out using the buttons on the front panel.

    Rear Panel

    1
    1
    2
    3
    4

    2

    Mains cable
    HDMI OUT jack (HDD/DVD/VCR)
    DIGITAL AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack
    (HDD/DVD/VCR)
    AUDIO OUT (L\R) jacks (HDD/DVD/VCR)

    3 4

    56
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9

    7 8

    9

    COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks
    (HDD/DVD/VCR)
    AV2 (DECODER) socket (HDD/DVD/VCR)
    AV1 (TV) socket (HDD/DVD/VCR)
    ANTENNA IN
    ANTENNA OUT

    Note
    • Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.
    • After turning off the unit, leave the mains cable plugged for about one minute. Otherwise it may cause data loss or the unit may
    not work properly.

    • This unit does not have an RF modulator.

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    20
    21

    22
    3

    5
    6

    26
    27

    7

    28

    8

    29

    9

    30

    10

    13
    14
    15

    33
    34
    35

    16
    17
    18
    19

    36
    37
    38
    39

    Note
    • If you turn off this unit, [OPEN\CLOSE A] on the remote
    control is not available. Be sure to use [A OPEN\CLOSE] or
    [EJECT\STOP A \ C] on the unit.

    VHS Functions

    Button names described in the Owner’s Manual
    The instructions in this manual are described mainly with the
    operations using the remote control. Some operations can
    be carried out using the buttons on the front panel.

    Function Setup

    31
    32

    Editing

    11
    12

    Playback

    24
    25

    REV E button
    PLAY B button
    SKIP H button (HDD/DVD)
    VCR button
    PAUSE F button
    TIME SLIP button (HDD)
    DUBBING button
    SUBTITLE button
    AD (Audio Description) button
    HDMI button
    B ON/STANDBY button
    PROG. G \ H buttons
    TIMER PROG. button
    INFO C button
    CLEAR button
    GUIDE button
    VARIABLE SKIP button (HDD/DVD)
    DISC MENU button (HDD/DVD)
    ENTER/OK button
    RETURN/BACK button
    FWD D button
    STOP C button
    SKIP G button (HDD/DVD)
    HDD button
    DVD button
    REC I button
    REC MODE button
    SAT.LINK button (HDD)
    AUDIO D button

    Recording

    4

    SEARCH (BLUE) button (VCR)

    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    26
    27
    28
    29
    30
    31
    32
    33
    34
    35
    36
    37
    38
    39

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    23

    OPEN\CLOSE A button (DVD/VCR)
    INPUT SELECT F button
    Number buttons
    SETUP button
    TEXT button
    VARIABLE REPLAY button (HDD/DVD)
    TOP MENU button (HDD/DVD)
    Direction K / L / { / B buttons
    DISPLAY button
    RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE button

    Connections

    1
    2

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10

    Introduction

    Remote Control

    Others

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    Installing Batteries in the Remote
    Control
    Install two R6 (AA) batteries (supplied) into the remote
    control, carefully match with the polarity indicated inside the
    battery compartment.

    1

    2

    Switching HDD / DVD / VCR mode
    Because this unit is a combination of an HDD, a DVD and a
    VCR recorder, you must select which component you want to
    operate first.
    indicator

    3
    VCR

    button

    HDD

    DVD

    SELECT

    OPEN/CLOSE
    PAL

    ON/STANDBY

    DUBBING
    DUBBING

    VCR REC
    REC
    VCR

    Caution

    PROGRAM

    VCR DVD
    HDD DVD

    VCR
    VCR

    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    DVD

    SELECT

    HDD
    HDD

    DVD
    REC

    HDD/DVD

    USB

    • Incorrect use of batteries can result in hazards such as
    leakage and bursting.
    • Do not mix new and old batteries together.
    • Do not use different kinds of batteries together.
    • Make sure that the plus (+) and minus (–) ends of each
    battery match the indications inside the battery
    compartment.
    • Remove batteries if the equipment will not be used for a
    month or more.
    • When disposing used batteries, please comply with
    governmental regulations or the public instructions for
    environmental protection that apply in your country or area.
    • Do not recharge, short-circuit, heat, burn or disassemble
    batteries.

    DV IN

    Device select indicators
    VCR button
    HDD button
    DVD button

    HDD
    Press [HDD] on the remote control or the front panel.
    (Verify that the HDD indicator is lit in blue.)
    DVD

    About the Remote Control
    • Make sure there is no obstacle between the remote control
    and the remote control sensor on the unit.
    • Use within the operating range and angle as shown.
    OPEN/CLOSE
    PAL

    ON/STANDBY

    VCR REC

    7 m (30°)

    7m

    DUBBING

    VCR

    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    DVD

    7 m (30°) Within
    about 7 m

    • The maximum operable range as follows:
    Line of sight:
    approximately 7 m
    Either side of centre: approximately 7 m within 30 degrees
    • Remote control operation may become unreliable if the
    remote control sensor of the unit is being exposed by the
    strong sunlight or fluorescent light.
    • Remote controls for different devices can interfere with each
    other. Be careful when using remote controls for other
    equipment located close to the unit.
    • Replace the batteries when the operating range of the
    remote control reduces.

    12

    EN

    Press [DVD] on the remote control or the front panel.
    (Verify that the DVD indicator is lit in green.)
    VCR
    Press [VCR] on the remote control or the front panel.
    (Verify that the VCR indicator is lit in orange.)



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    Guide to On-Screen Displays

    <Title / File Name Information>
    Title name information

    DISPLAY Menu
    HDD

    4ITLE.AME

    DVD

    -Y4ITLE

    T

    1/ 5 C

    (only when DVD+RW/+R, VR mode DVD-RW,
    unfinalised video mode DVD-RW/-R disc or
    HDD is in playback)
    File name information

    8
    1 -RW VR ORG 2
    1 BBC1
    3

    1/ 5

    Connections

    With a disc inserted into the unit, press [DISPLAY] to display
    the on-screen display. The on-screen display shows
    information about what is recorded on the disc.

    5
    6

    Introduction

    Press [DISPLAY] repeatedly while the display menu is
    displayed to display the following information.

    0:01:00 / 1:23:45

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    &ILE.AME
    -Y&ILE

    (only when MP3/JPEG/DivX® files is in
    playback)

    7

    4

    DVD SP

    1:53

    <MP3 Tag Information>

    This is an example screen for explanation. Displayed items
    vary depending on the actual mode.

    2
    3

    5

    4ITLE.AME

    Artist name information
    !RTIST.AME

    Album name information
    !LBUM.AME

    Editing

    6

    Title name information

    Indicates a disc type and format mode. (DVD
    mode only)
    Indicates a type of titles for HDD and VR mode
    DVD-RW disc.
    Indicates a channel number, station name
    (analogue channel only) or selected external
    input mode.
    Indicates a media, recording mode and possible
    recording time left.
    Indicates the current title number/total number
    of titles, the current chapter number/total
    number of chapters, and time lapse of the
    current title playback/total duration of the title.
    Each icon means:

    Playback

    4

    Recording

    1

    (only when MP3 file is in playback)

    : Search
    : Audio
    : Subtitle

    <HDMI Information>

    : Angle
    : Marker
    : Noise Reduction

    (only for the images output through the HDMI
    output)

    : Zoom
    : Surround

    Indicates an operation status.
    Indicates the component in use.
    : HDD
    : DVD
    : USB device

    1
    2
    3

    Indicates the resolution of the HDMI output
    image.
    Indicates the HDMI video format.
    Indicates the HDMI audio format.

    VHS Functions

    7
    8

    

    Function Setup

    
    

    6IDEO)NFO

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    Main Menu

    VCR
    While in the VCR mode, the on screen display of the VCR
    mode is displayed.
    Press [VCR] first.
    Press [DISPLAY] to display the on screen display.

    Press [SETUP] to display the main menu. Then use [K \ L] to
    select a menu and press [ENTER\OK] to display the sub
    menu.
    Press [RETURN\BACK] to return to previous screen.

    .

    1
    2
    STEREO 3
    12:00
    AV2

    Setup
    General Setting
    Timer Programming
    Title List
    DVD Menu
    HDD Menu
    Dubbing

    7
    6 SP

    DISC Playback Mode

    0:00:00

    5

    STEREO

    4

    USB Playback Mode

    This is an example screen for explanation.
    Displayed items are depending on the actual mode.

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7

    Current time
    Position number
    Audio status of the receiving broadcast or
    external equipment
    Audio status of the currently playing back
    videotape
    Tape counter
    Recording or playing back speed
    Status of the current tape



    is displayed when a disc with CD-DA/VCD/MP3/JPEG is
    inserted.

    is displayed when a USB flash memory with MP3/JPEG
    is plugged.
    General Setting

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10

    INFO Menu
    DVB
    Press [INFO C] while viewing a DVB programme to display
    the programme information.

    3
    2
    1

    13 Channel 4+1
    English

    6

    NOW: Castle
    Stereo
    AD Sub Entertainment
    NEXT: Burning Questions

    5
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    4
    11:53 Mon

    11:23 – 12:20
    27 min left
    12:20 – 12:25

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    10

    Parental Lock
    Audio Out
    Disc Menu Language
    Audio Language
    Subtitle Language
    Angle Icon
    Still Mode
    Variable Skip/Replay
    TV System

    Playback: [E Page 68]
    Display: [E Page 70]
    Video: [E Page 71]
    Recording: [E Pages 30-32, 38, 45]
    Clock: [E Page 71]
    Channel: [E Pages 20-26]
    DivX: [E Pages 49, 72]
    HDMI: [E Page 72]
    DVB Setting: [E Page 73]
    Reset All: [E Page 73]

    General Setting
    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    1
    2
    3

    EN

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    DVB Setting

    Audio language
    Channel number
    Channel name
    Current time and day
    Next programme information
    Current programme information

    The window will automatically exit after 4 seconds, or press
    [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    While the window appears, press [INFO C] again to display
    more information. Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    14

    General Setting

    Adult Lock
    Language
    About

    Adult Lock: [E Page 73]
    Language: [E Page 73]
    About: [E Page 73]

    1
    2
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    DISC Playback Mode
    Audio CD / video CD
    DISC Playback Mode

    Title List

    1
    2
    3

    To call up the title list. [E Page 58]

    DVD Menu

    CD-RW/-R with MP3 / JPEG files

    4
    5
    1
    6

    [E Pages 30, 31]

    4

    4
    5
    6

    HDD Menu

    Random Play
    Slide Show

    USB Playback Mode
    USB Playback Mode

    Delete All Titles
    Delete All Unprotected Titles
    Delete All Playlists

    Delete All Titles: [E Page 64]
    Delete All Unprotected Titles: [E Page 64]
    Delete All Playlists: [E Page 63]

    1
    2
    1
    2

    Music
    Photo

    Playback

    1
    2
    3

    Music
    Photo

    Music (MP3 files): [E Page 55]
    Photo (JPEG files): [E Pages 55, 56]
    Slide Show: [E Page 56]

    HDD Menu

    1
    2
    3

    DISC Playback Mode

    Recording

    Finalise: [E Page 45]
    Disc Protect (VR mode DVD-RW, DVD+RW/+R
    disc only): [E Page 44]
    Delete All Playlists (VR mode DVD-RW disc
    only): [E Page 63]

    Random Play: [E Page 55]
    Programme Play: [E Page 56]
    PBC (Video CD only): [E Page 51]

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    1
    Format
    2
    Finalise
    Disc Protect OFF
    ON
    3
    Delete All Playlists
    4
    1 Format (DVD-RW, DVD+RW only):

    1
    2
    3

    Random Play
    Programme Play
    PBC (Video CD only)

    Connections

    DVD Menu

    2
    3

    Introduction

    Timer Programming
    To programme a timer recording. [E Page 33]

    Random Play
    Slide Show

    Music (MP3 files): [E Page 55]
    Photo (JPEG files): [E Pages 55, 56]

    Editing

    Dubbing

    $UBBING
    Dubbing
    ($$$6$
    HDD
    DVD
    $6$($$
    DVD
    HDD
    ($$6#2
    HDD
    VCR
    6#2($$
    VCR
    HDD

    Function Setup

    1

    $6$6#2
    DVD
    VCR
    6#2$6$
    VCR
    DVD

    1

    Dubbing menu: [E Page 43]

    VHS Functions
    Others

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    Front Panel Display Guide
    1

    2

    DTV
    3

    DB
    4
    1

    DTV indicator

    : Appears when a videotape is in this unit.

    : Appears when the channel is in digital mode.
    : Appears when a disc is in this unit.

    2

    Title / Track and Chapter number
    :
    :

    3

    Title / track number
    Chapter number

    DB :
    4

    Current status of the unit
    Appears when playback is paused.
    Appears during step by step playback.
    B:
    Appears when playing back an HDD or disc.
    F B: Appears during slow forward / reverse playback.
    : Appears when the timer programming or Onetouch Timer Recording (OTR) is set and operating.
    Appears when the unit goes into the satellite link
    standby or recording mode.
    Flashes when timer programming and satellite
    recording was not executed because of some
    error.
    I:
    Appears during recording.
    Flashes when recording being paused.
    F:

    Appears during dubbing.

    Displays the following








    Playing back time
    Current title / chapter / track / file number
    Recording time / remaining time
    Clock
    Channel number
    One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) remaining time
    Selected HDMI video resolution

    Display Messages
    The disc tray is opening.

    Appears when HDMI video
    resolution (480p) is
    selected.

    The PBC function of the
    video CD is activated.

    Appears when HDMI video
    resolution (576p) is
    selected.

    The disc tray is closing.

    Appears when HDMI video
    resolution (720p) is
    selected.

    A disc is loading.

    Appears when HDMI video
    resolution (1080i) is
    selected.

    Data is being recorded on a
    disc.

    Appears when HDMI video
    resolution (1080p) is
    selected.

    Appears when the satellite
    link recording is in standby.

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    Connect the unit to a TV after considering the capabilities of
    your existing equipment.

    Before installation, unplug your TV and
    this unit.

    Antenna

    RF cable
    (not supplied)

    1
    To Aerial jack

    Audio IN

    Component
    video IN
    Y

    PB/CB

    Recording

    If your TV has component video input jacks, use a component
    video cable and an audio cable (to connect the AUDIO OUT
    (L\R) jacks).
    When using this type of connection, “Video Out” setting
    should be set to “Component (Progressive)” or “Component
    (Interlace)”. Refer to “Video Out” on page 71.
    • Component connection provides the better quality picture.

    or

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
    Jacks and the AUDIO OUT (L\R) Jacks

    Cable
    Signal

    Connections

    Connecting to a TV

    • Analogue teletext can only be output in VCR mode through
    AV1 (TV) out. Use TV remote control to decode the
    analogue teletext.
    • When changing the “Video Out” setting (“SCART (RGB)”,
    “Component (Interlace)” or “Component (Progressive)”),
    connect to the corresponding jack on the TV. If the setting is
    changed, for example, to “Component (Interlace)” or
    “Component (Progressive)” while the scart cable is
    connected to the TV, a distorted video signal may be output.

    Introduction

    Connections

    PR/CR

    RF cable
    (supplied)

    1 Connect the antenna or cable to the ANTENNA
    IN jack of this unit.

    Audio cable
    (not supplied)

    2

    Component
    video cable
    (not supplied)

    Playback

    2
    1

    2 Connect the ANTENNA OUT jack of this unit to
    the Aerial jack of your TV.
    Editing

    Using the Scart socket
    Audio/video cable
    (not supplied)

    1 Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks of

    Scart/RCA cable (not supplied)

    Scart adaptor
    (not supplied)

    Scart cable
    (not supplied)

    • After you have made the connections, set the “Video Out”
    setting. (See page 71.)

    Connect AV1 (TV) Scart socket of this unit to
    the Scart socket of your TV.

    EN

    17

    Others

    Note
    • If your TV does not have a Scart socket, use a Scart/RCA
    cable to connect.
    • Connect this unit directly to the TV. If the AV cables are
    connected to a VCR, pictures may be distorted due to the
    copy protection system.

    • If your TV is compatible with progressive scanning (576p/
    480p), connect the TV to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
    jacks of this unit and set “Video Out” setting to “Component
    (Progressive)” in “Setup” menu. (See page 71.) Next, set
    your TV to the progressive scan mode.
    • If your TV is not compatible with progressive scan, set
    “Video Out” setting to “Component (Interlace)”.
    • Use a commercially available adaptor if the video input jacks
    of your TVs or monitors are the BNC type.
    • Only component and HDMI connections are compatible with
    the Progressive Scan.

    VHS Functions

    Selecting Progressive Scan (576p/480p or
    Interlaced 576i/480i) Playback

    Function Setup

    this unit to the component video input jacks of
    your TV.
    2 Connect the AUDIO OUT (L\R) jacks of this unit
    to the analogue audio input jacks of your TV.



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    Using an HDMI Compatible Port
    [HDMI CONNECTION]
    • HDMI outputs the video / audio signals without converting to
    analogue signals.
    • No audio connections is required.
    • Use the HDMI cable (commercially available) for connection.
    • Connect the HDMI output jack of this unit to the HDMI input
    jack of TV.
    HDMI cable (not supplied)
    To HDMI
    input jack

    HDMI IN

    this unit
    TV

    Selecting HDMI video resolution
    Press [HDMI] to select the HDMI video resolution. The video
    resolution changes as follows every time [HDMI] is pressed.
    576p (PAL) / 480p (NTSC) J 720p J 1080i J 1080p
    (An HDMI video resolution that is not supported by the display
    device will be skipped.)

    Actual Output Modes by Media
    Dolby Digital / DTS /
    Audio recording format of
    MPEG setting of this
    the disc
    unit
    PCM
    Dolby
    Digital
    Stream
    PCM
    LPCM
    Stream
    DVD-video
    ON
    DTS
    OFF
    PCM
    MPEG
    Stream
    PCM
    Dolby
    Digital
    Stream
    PCM
    MP3
    DivX®
    Stream
    PCM
    MP2
    Stream

    Actual output
    2 channel PCM
    Dolby Digital
    2 channel PCM
    DTS
    2 channel PCM
    MPEG
    2 channel PCM
    Dolby Digital
    2 channel PCM
    2 channel PCM
    MPEG

    For audio CD, video CD and MP3 files, 2 channel PCM will be
    output regardless of the “Dolby Digital” setting.
    If the connected device is not compatible with HDMI
    BITSTREAM, audio will be output as PCM even if you select
    “Stream” in “Dolby Digital” setting. (See page 69.)
    Copyright protection system
    To play back the digital video images of a DVD via an HDMI
    connection, it is necessary that both the player and the display
    device (or an AV amplifier) support a copyright protection
    system called HDCP (high-bandwidth digital content
    protection system). HDCP is copy protection technology that
    comprises data encryption and authentication of the
    connected AV device. This unit supports HDCP. Please read
    the operating instructions of your display device (or AV
    amplifier) for more information.
    * HDMI: High Definition Multimedia Interface

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    EN

    Note
    • Because HDMI is an evolving technology, it is possible that
    some devices with an HDMI input may not operate properly
    with this unit.
    • When using an HDCP-incompatible display device, the
    image will not be viewed properly.
    • Among the devices that support HDMI, some devices can
    control other devices via the HDMI connector; however, this
    unit cannot be controlled by another device via the HDMI
    connector.
    • The audio signals from the HDMI connector (including the
    sampling frequency, the number of channels and bit length)
    may be limited by the device that is connected.
    • Among the monitors that support HDMI, some do not
    support audio output (for example, projectors). In
    connections with device such as this unit, audio signals are
    not output from the HDMI output connector.
    • When this unit’s HDMI connector is connected to a DVI-D
    compatible monitor (HDCP compatible) with an HDMI-DVI
    conversion cable, the signals are output in digital RGB.
    • If the connected equipment is not compatible with HDMI
    BITSTREAM, DTS sound will not be output.
    • When the power failure occurs, or when you unplug the unit,
    some problems in the HDMI setting might occur.
    Please check and set the HDMI setting again.



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    Recording from a DVD player, Satellite
    Box or other Audio-Video equipment
    with a Scart output socket (AV2)

    Digital Audio for Better Sound Quality
    Dolby Digital decoder,
    DTS decoder or
    MPEG decoder, etc.

    Digital audio
    input jack
    COAXIAL

    Connections

    This unit has three input terminals. Press
    [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select the external input
    mode, then press [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly to select AV1,
    AV2 or DV(AV3). Be sure that all the units are switched off
    before making connections.

    Coaxial cable
    (not supplied)

    COAXIAL

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    AV output jack
    (Scart)
    Scart cable (not supplied)

    AV2 (DECODER)

    For clear digital sound quality, use the DIGITAL
    AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack to connect your digital
    audio equipment.
    Note

    DUBBING
    DUBBING

    VCR
    VCR

    HDD

    DVD

    HDD

    DVD

    SELECT

    HDD
    HDD

    DVD
    REC

    HDD/DVD

    USB

    VHS Functions

    OPEN/CLOSE
    PAL

    • The audio source recorded in Dolby Digital Multi-channel
    surround format cannot be recorded using an MD or DAT
    deck as a digital sound.
    • If not connected to a Dolby Digital decoder, set “Dolby
    Digital” to “PCM” in “Audio Out” menu. Playing back a DVD
    using incorrect settings may generate noise distortion and
    damage speakers.
    • Set “Dolby Digital” and “MPEG” to “PCM” and set “DTS” to
    “OFF” in “Audio Out” menu for connecting to an MD or DAT
    deck.
    • You can use AUDIO OUT (L\R) jacks for the connection of
    your audio system.

    Function Setup

    DV(AV3) (Front)

    VCR DVD

    • Connecting multi-channel Dolby Digital decoder allows you
    to enjoy the Multi-channel Dolby Digital surround system as
    well as DTS decoder, Multi-channel surround system.
    • After connecting to a Dolby Digital decoder, set “Dolby
    Digital” to “Stream” in “Audio Out” menu. (See page 69.)
    • After connecting to a DTS decoder, set “DTS” to “ON” in
    “Audio Out” menu. (See page 69.)
    • After connecting to a MPEG decoder, set “MPEG” to
    “Stream” in “Audio Out” menu. (See page 69.)

    Connecting to an MD deck or DAT deck

    When connecting a DV-camcorder, use DV input jack of
    DV(AV3) (Front).

    HDD DVD

    Connecting a Dolby Digital™ decoder,
    DTS decoder or MPEG decoder

    Editing

    Recording from a DV-camcorder
    (DV(AV3))

    If the audio format of the digital output does not match the
    capabilities of your receiver, the receiver will produce a strong,
    distorted sound or no sound at all.

    Playback

    • When you record a TV programme from a Satellite Box, you
    must connect a Scart cable to AV2 (DECODER). (See
    page 37.)
    • The signal from the external device will be output
    automatically when the TV is connected to AV1 and the
    external device is connected to AV2 using a Scart cable with
    its power on (The signal from this unit cannot be monitored
    except during playback.).
    If you want to monitor this unit’s signal, press [DISPLAY]
    or turn the external device off.
    If you want to monitor the signal from other input, press
    [DISPLAY], then press [INPUT SELECT F] to select the
    desired external input mode, then select the desired input
    channel using [PROG. G \ H].

    Recording

    The connections illustrated above are
    optional for better sound.

    PROGRAM

    Introduction

    Connecting to an External Equipment

    DV IN

    Others

    DV cable
    (4-pin)
    (not supplied)

    DV OUT

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    Basic Setup / TV View Operation
    Initial Setting
    When you turn on this unit for the first time, you need to follow
    these steps.

    1
    2

    Press [B ON\STANDBY].

    3

    Select your desired tuning type according to
    your area using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Turn the TV on. Select the input to which the
    unit is connected.

    Also you can customize the memorised channel at “General
    Setting”.
    Refer to following pages for details.
    • Refer to “Manual Tuning (ANALOG)” on page 21.
    • Refer to “Manual Tuning (DVB)” on page 22.
    • Refer to “Skip a Preset Channel” on page 22.
    • Refer to “Move” on page 22.

    Selecting the TV Aspect Ratio
    Use this feature to adjust the aspect ratio of the video source
    which is different from your TV’s ratio to fit your TV monitor
    without distorting the picture.

    1

    Make sure the antenna is
    connected to “ANTENNA IN” jack.

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Digital tuning
    Digital & Analog tuning
    Analog tuning

    Select “Video” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “TV Aspect” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Auto Tuning

    The unit will start getting channels available in your area.
    Digital tuning:
    Only the DVB channels receivable in your area are
    automatically scanned and memorised.
    Digital & Analog tuning:
    Both analogue and DVB channels receivable in your area
    are scanned and memorised automatically.
    Analog tuning:
    Only the analogue channels receivable in your area are
    automatically scanned and memorised.
    • If no channel has been memorised, the antenna
    confirmation display will appear. Press [ENTER\OK] to start
    auto scanning again or press [RETURN\BACK] to cancel
    the initial settings.

    4

    After finishing channel setting, “Clock Setting”
    will appear.
    #LOCK3ETTING
    4(5
    

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    Select “Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG)” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    The unit will start storing channels available in your area.
    General Setting

    Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG)
    DVB Channel Setup
    ANALOG Channel Setup

    ANALOG
    You can preset an analogue channel manually and
    individually.

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “ANALOG Channel Setup” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Manual Tuning” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    5

    Select “Position” using [K \ L], then press [B].

    Press [SETUP] to exit.
    You can select only the channels memorised in this unit
    by using [PROG. G \ H].

    To cancel auto tuning
    Press [SETUP] during scanning.

    Note
    • The number of TV channels you can get is different depends
    on your local area.
    • If the auto tuning is cancelled during scanning, some
    channels not yet tuned may not be received.

    Auto Tuning (ANALOG)

    Position
    Channel
    Decoder
    Skip

    6

    • You can select position number 1-99.
    • With [the Number buttons], press “0” first to enter a
    single digit number.

    Programme the tuner to scan only the analogue channels you
    can receive in your area.

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “ANALOG Channel Setup” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Auto Tuning” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    7
    8

    !UTO4UNING
    -ANUAL4UNING
    -OVE

    Wait for several minutes to finish channel storing.

    Press [SETUP] to exit.
    You can select only the channels memorised in this unit
    by using [PROG. G \ H].

    To cancel auto tuning
    Press [SETUP] during scanning.

    Note

    9

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    EN

    21

    Others

    This unit can receive the Hyper and Oscar frequency
    bands.
    • If you want to decode scrambled signals, select
    “Decoder” using [K \ L], then press [B]. Select “ON”
    using [K \ L], then press [{].
    • If “Skip” is set to “ON”, select “Skip” using [K \ L], then
    press [B]. Select “OFF” using [K \ L], then press [{].
    • To store another channel, repeat steps 5 to 8.

    VHS Functions

    Channel Plan
    CH Indication
    TV Channel
    1 – 10
    IRA - IRJ, GAP
    21 – 69
    E21 – E69
    74 – 78
    X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+2
    80 – 99, 100
    S1 – S20, GAP
    121 – 141
    S21 – S41

    Function Setup

    !.!,/'#HANNEL3ETUP

    • The number of TV channels you can get is different depends
    on your local area.
    • If the auto tuning is cancelled during scanning, some
    channels not yet tuned may not be received.
    • Sorting of TV channels from 1 to 6 will be performed
    automatically as follows.
    1: BBC1
    2: BBC2
    3: ITV
    4: CH4
    5: CH5
    6: SKY NEWS

    Press [K \ L] to start scanning.
    • The tuner will begin to search up or down automatically.
    When a channel is found, the unit will stop searching
    and the picture will appear on the TV screen.
    • You can select a desired channel number using
    [the Number buttons]. Refer to the following Channel
    Plan table and press the three digits to select the
    channel number. (To select channel 4, press [0] first and
    then press [0] and [4]. Or press [4] and then “– – 4”
    appears and wait for 2 seconds.)
    • If desired channel is found, press [{].

    The unit will start storing channels available in your area.

    5

    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press [B].

    Editing

    1

    Select the position number you want to use
    using [the Number buttons] or [K \ L], then
    press [{].

    Playback

    ANALOG

    1
    1
    OFF
    ON

    Recording

    1

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Wait for several minutes to finish channel storing.

    4

    Manual Tuning (ANALOG)

    Connections

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    • If you are using a satellite receiver, or a cable box, turn it on
    and select SKY NEWS before commencing tuning. If the
    SKY NEWS channel is not available to you, choose another
    channel that you can recognise easily, and move this
    reception to preset 6 after the automatic tuning has finished.
    Instructions on page 22 explain how to move channels.

    Introduction

    3

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    The tuner scans and memorises all the active DVB
    channels (TV / Radio) in your area.

    Skip a Preset Channel
    ANALOG

    Channel Search
    S.No. TV Channel

    You can set the unit to skip channels. You can no longer
    receive or watch when you access channels using
    [PROG. G \ H].

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Manual Tuning
    (ANALOG)” on page 21.

    2
    3

    Select “Position” using [K \ L], then press [B].

    14
    13
    32
    28
    75
    34

    Channel 69 UHF

    Select the position number using
    [the Number buttons] or [K \ L], then press [{].

    4
    5

    Select “Skip” using [K \ L], then press [B].
    Select “ON” using [K \ L], then press [{].
    • To skip another channel, repeat steps 2 to 5.
    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    6

    E4
    More4
    Film4+1
    ITV4
    CITV
    SETANTA SPORT

    S.No. Radio Channel
    102 Teletext Cars
    729 RadioMusicShop
    728 Heart

    858000KHz/8M

    Progress
    OK Exit

    5

    100%
    RETURN Back

    Press [ENTER\OK] to exit.
    • After auto tuning is completed, the lowest memorised
    DVB channels appears on the screen.
    • You can use [PROG. G \ H] to change the DVB
    channels.

    Note

    Move

    • If you press [RETURN\BACK] or [SETUP] during the
    scanning, auto tuning will be cancelled.

    ANALOG
    You can replace two channels.

    Manual Tuning (DVB)

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    1

    3

    Select “ANALOG Channel Setup” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Auto Tuning (DVB)” on
    this page.

    2

    4

    Select “Move” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Select “Manual Tuning” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    5

    Select the position number to change the
    channel using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Select your desired position number using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    DVB
    You can preset a DVB channel manually and individually.

    Channel

    You cannot select a position number where “– – –”
    appears next to the number, because “Skip” is set to “ON”
    for that position number.

    6
    7

    Move the channel to another position number
    using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    • To move another channel, repeat steps 5 to 6.
    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Auto Tuning (DVB)

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “DVB Channel Setup” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Auto Tuning” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The unit will start storing channels available in your area.
    $6"#HANNEL3ETUP
    %DIT#HANNELS
    !UTO4UNING
    -ANUAL4UNING
    3IGNAL)NFORMATION

    EN

    • The tuner will begin to search up or down automatically.
    When a DVB channel is found, the unit will stop
    searching.
    • When “Auto” is selected, the unit will search for the
    channels which have not been stored in channels
    memory.

    4

    Press [SETUP] to activate the setting.

    Service Update
    DVB

    DVB
    You can programme the tuner to scan only the DVB channels
    that you can receive in your area.

    22

    Auto

    This unit has “Service Update” function which searches and
    stores newly available digital channels automatically at 8:00. If
    a new channel is found, a message will appear on the screen
    when you turn on the DVB channel at first time after storing a
    new channel. Press any button to clear the message.



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    TV View Operation

    DVB

    The following operations are available while viewing TV
    channels through this unit’s tuner.

    1

    Select a Channel
    ANALOG

    • “Quick Select” menu will appear.

    To switch DVB, analogue and external input (AV1/AV2/
    DV(AV3)) mode.
    Press [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select DVB,
    analogue or external input mode.
    The mode changes as follows:
    Analogue mode

    Quick Select
    Group:
    All
    S.No. Channel Name
    2 Channel4
    3 ITV2
    4 ITV3
    13 Channel4+1
    19 More4
    28 ITV4
    29 E4

    External input mode

    You can select external input mode (AV1/AV2/DV(AV3)) by
    pressing [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly.
    The mode changes as follows:

    OK View

    2

    External input mode (with [PROG. G \ H] buttons)

    AV2

    Press [{ \ B] to select your favourite group list.
    (“All”, “Group1” - “Group8”)
    • “All” shows a list of all the memorised DVB channels.
    • If the favourite group does not have any channels, the
    group will be skipped.

    DV(AV3)

    You can select a channel using [PROG. G \ H] or directly
    enter the channel using [the Number buttons].

    3

    Select the DVB channel using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    Playback

    Notes on using [the Number buttons]:
    • For one or two-digit number channels, the channels will be
    identified for 2 seconds after you press the channel number.
    You can only select channels 1~899 (Digital) or
    1~99 (Analogue).
    If you cannot get a “Station Name” of Analogue channel, it is
    not indicated with a channel number.

    Editing

    Selecting the Audio Mode
    ANALOG
    You can switch between TV audio modes by pressing
    [AUDIO D]. Each mode is indicated on the TV screen.

    Audio output

    Display on the
    TV screen

    Main

    Main audio from both speakers

    Main

    Sub

    Sub audio from both speakers

    Sub
    Main/Sub

    VHS Functions

    • Main audio from the left speaker
    Main / Sub
    • Sub audio from the right speaker

    Function Setup

    Audio mode during reception of analogue bilingual
    broadcasts:
    Mode

    Recording

    AV1

    RETURN Exit

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    DVB mode

    Press [ENTER\OK] while watching a DVB
    channel.

    Connections

    DVB

    With “Quick Select” menu, you can select your favourite DVB
    channel quickly. Refer to “Edit Group Lists” on page 24.

    Introduction

    Quick Select

    • If the programme does not have more than one sound track,
    [AUDIO D] is not effective.

    Others

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    Edit Channels

    Edit Group Lists

    DVB

    DVB

    With “Edit Channels” menu, you can sort all the memorised
    DVB channels into the group lists (“Quick Select”) or set the
    viewer limitation (“Adult Lock”), etc.

    1
    2

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Select “Channel” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “DVB Channel Setup” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Edit Channels” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    You can sort each DVB channel into 8 different favourite group
    lists (“Group1” - “Group8”). With “Quick Select” menu, you can
    select your favourite DVB channel quickly. Refer to “Quick
    Select” on page 23.

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on this
    page.

    2

    Select the DVB channel you want to add to the
    favourite group list using [K \ L], then select
    the number of the favourite group list you want
    to add using [the Number buttons] ([1] - [8]).
    Edit Channels
    S.No. Channel Name

    • “Edit Channels” menu will appear.

    5

    2

    5

    Five

    5

    Del.

    594000kHz/8M
    Lock
    Delete

    Lock

    Del.

    594000kHz/8M
    Lock
    Delete
    RETURN Exit

    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    3
    4

    OK Move

    RETURN Exit
    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    5

    4
    5

    Lock

    2

    England
    Crystal Palac
    Re Name
    Skip

    1
    2
    3

    OK Move

    Fav. Skip

    Fav. Skip
    2

    England
    Crystal Palac
    Re Name
    Skip

    Edit Channels
    S.No. Channel Name

    1

    Five

    Channel number
    Channel name
    Channel setting
    1 to 8: The number of the favourite group list
    : Skip Channels
    : Adult Lock
    : Delete Channels
    Channel information
    Operation Guide

    • The number you selected will appear.
    • Press [0] to cancel from the favourite group list.

    3

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    Skip Channels
    DVB
    You can set the unit to skip the unwanted DVB channels when
    you use [PROG. G \ H].

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on this
    page.

    2

    Select the DVB channel you want to skip using
    [K \ L], then press [GREEN].

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    Edit Channels
    S.No. Channel Name
    5

    Fav. Skip

    Lock

    Del.

    Five

    England
    Crystal Palac
    Re Name
    Skip
    OK Move

    594000kHz/8M
    Lock
    Delete
    RETURN Exit

    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    • “ ” will appear.
    • Press [GREEN] to cancel. “

    3

    24

    EN

    ” will disappear.

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.



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    Channel Move

    DVB

    DVB

    You can set the unit to limit the access to the DVB channels.

    1

    Select the DVB channel you want to limit the
    access using [K \ L], then press [YELLOW].
    Edit Channels
    S.No. Channel Name
    5

    Fav. Skip

    Lock

    Del.

    Five

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on
    page 24.

    2

    Select the DVB channel you want to change the
    position using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Pop up window will appear.

    3

    594000kHz/8M
    Lock
    Delete

    OK Move

    Select the channel you want to replace with
    using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    S.No.
    Channel Name
    Edit Channels
    5 Channel
    Five
    Fav. Skip Lock Del.
    S.No.
    Name
    16
    QVC
    Five
    5
    17 UKTV GOLD
    England
    594000kHz/8M
    23 bid tvCrystal Palac
    Skip
    Lock
    Delete
    24Re Name
    price - drop
    tv
    26 UKTV STYLE
    RETURN Exit
    OK Move
    34 E4+1
    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    RETURN Exit

    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    • “ ” will appear.
    • Press [YELLOW] to cancel. “

    3

    ” will disappear.

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    Note

    • The channel will be replaced.

    4

    DVB

    DVB
    You can edit the DVB channel names as you want.

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on
    page 24.

    2

    Select the DVB channel you want to edit the
    name using [K \ L], then press [RED].

    You can delete the DVB channels from the memorised DVB
    channels.

    A to Z Name
    S.No. Channel
    @_

    Fav. Skip

    Lock

    Del.

    594000kHz/8M
    Lock
    Delete
    RETURN Exit

    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.

    • “ ” will appear.
    • Press [BLUE] to cancel. “

    Del.

    3

    Edit the name using [the Number buttons].

    ” will disappear.

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    • The channel has been deleted from the “Edit Channels”
    menu.

    4
    5

    After completion, press [ENTER\OK].
    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    VHS Functions

    • Press [the Number buttons] repeatedly until the
    desired letter appears.
    • Press [{ \ B] to move the cursor left or right.
    • Press [RED] to select alphabet or numbers.
    • Press [GREEN] to select capital or small letters.
    • Press [YELLOW] to move the letter on the cursor to the
    right.
    • Press [BLUE] to delete the letter on the cursor, and
    move the cursor to the left.

    Function Setup

    OK Move

    Lock

    GHI Five
    JKL MNO
    4
    5
    6
    England
    594000kHz/8M
    WXYZPalac
    PQRS TUVCrystal
    Re
    Name
    Skip
    Lock
    Delete
    7
    9
    8
    RETURN Exit
    SPACE OK Move
    0
    1...8 Add To Fav. 0 Del. Fav.
    0-9 A->a INS DEL
    5

    Five

    England
    Crystal Palac
    Re Name
    Skip

    Fav. Skip

    Editing

    @$#Channels
    ABC DEF
    Edit
    3
    1
    2
    S.No. Channel Name

    Select the DVB channel you want to delete
    using [K \ L], then press [BLUE].

    5

    3

    • Name editing display will appear.

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on
    page 24.

    Edit Channels
    S.No. Channel Name

    Playback

    Delete Channels

    2

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    Edit Channel Names

    • You need to set the Pincode first to activate the “Adult Lock”
    in “DVB Setting”. After you set a Pincode, you have to turn
    off the power and then turn it on again to activate the setting.

    1

    Recording

    • Once you turn off the unit, Pincode will be required to
    view the locked channels.
    • To set the Pincode, refer to “ Adult Lock (Default:
    OFF)” on page 73.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    England
    Crystal Palac
    Re Name
    Skip

    1

    Connections

    2

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Edit Channels” on
    page 24.

    You can change the order of the DVB channels when you use
    [PROG. G \ H].

    Introduction

    Adult Lock

    Note
    • You can enter up to 19 letters.

    Others

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    Signal Information

    Multi Audio

    DVB

    DVB

    You can check the detailed information of the current DVB
    channel.

    1
    2

    Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Auto Tuning (DVB)” on
    page 22.

    Many DVB channels transmit Multi Audio information along
    with their DVB channels. You can select the desired audio
    mode and audio language.

    1

    Select “Signal Information” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    While viewing a DVB programme, press
    [AUDIO D].
    11:53 MON

    • “Signal Information” display will appear.
    Signal Information
    5

    Five

    Hannington
    Frequency
    Bandwidth
    20:00 - 20:58
    20:58 - 21:00

    T

    I

    England
    594000KHz
    8M

    A.PID 6018
    V.PID 6017
    P.PID 6017
    The Property List; Perfect Villa
    Five News at 9

    Signal
    Quality

    51%
    77%
    RETURN Back

    3

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    • “Signal Information” is not available for analogue
    channel and external input (AV1/AV2/DV(AV3)).
    • “Signal Information” is also not available while the
    Pincode input field for locked DVB channel is displayed.

    Digital Teletext Reception
    DVB
    Many broadcasters provide a DVB Teletext service in the form
    of a dedicated Teletext channel. This Digital service includes
    high quality text and graphics along with advanced navigation
    options.

    1

    Multi Audio
    English
    French
    Spanish

    2

    Select “Stereo”, “Right” or “Left” using
    [{ \ B].

    3

    Select your desired audio language using
    [K \ L].
    • The available audio language varies depending on the
    DVB programmes.

    4

    2

    Use [RED] / [GREEN] / [YELLOW] / [BLUE] to
    follow the instructions on screen.

    3

    Press [TEXT] to switch the Teletext display off.

    Press [ENTER\OK] to activate the settings.

    Note
    • If the programme is changed, the audio language will be
    switched back to the default language you set in the “DVB
    Setting”. Refer to “ Language” on page 73.

    Subtitle
    DVB

    Press [TEXT] to display Teletext screen.
    • Teletext for the TV channel will be displayed.

    Stereo

    Many DVB channels transmit Subtitle information along with
    their DVB channels. You can retrieve and display it on the TV
    screen.

    1

    Note

    While viewing a DVB programme, press
    [SUBTITLE].
    • If the programme has no subtitle information,
    “No Information.” will appear.

    • This unit supports MHEG5 data service.
    • This unit does not support MHP data service.
    • If you display the Teletext screen during the recording, the
    Teletext screen will be recorded. In addition, you cannot use
    [the Number buttons] for changing Teletext pages. Use
    [K \ L \ { \ B] and [ENTER\OK] to change the Teletext
    pages.
    • When “Subtitle” is set to “ON”, Teletext will not be displayed.

    11:53 MON

    Subtitle
    English
    French

    2
    3

    ON

    Select “ON” or “OFF” using [{ \ B].
    Select your desired subtitle language using
    [K \ L].
    • The available subtitle language varies depending on the
    DVB programmes.

    4

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    Press [ENTER\OK] to activate the settings.



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    • If the programme is changed, the subtitle language will be
    switched back to the default language you set in the “DVB
    Setting”. Refer to “ Language” on page 73. If the default
    subtitle language is not available on the new programme, no
    subtitle will be displayed.

    1
    2

    DVB

    While viewing a DVB programme, press [AD].
    11:53 MON

    ITV1
    ITV2
    ITV3
    Channel 4+1
    More4
    ITV4
    E4
    Daily

    Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon
    13:30
    14:00
    14:30
    15:00
    Heartbeat
    Club Reps
    The jeremy Kyle Show The jeremy Kyle
    artbeat
    Kavanagh QC
    ...
    The Enforcer
    A
    r No Deal
    ER
    Hill Stre
    The Champions The Professionals T
    The Simp Style Her F Joan of Arcadia
    Weekly
    Series
    Timer

    OK Watch

    RETURN Exit

    6
    5

    i + Info

    24Hrs

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    EPG menu mode
    Programme you select now
    Channel name
    Time / Date
    Programme name
    Programmes set for the timer recording

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    1

    4

    Connections

    Audio Description

    13:38 Mon 18/05

    14:05-14:35 Style Her Famous
    Mon Tue
    Mon 18/05

    3

    You can receive “Audio Description” service via DVB channels
    and listen to it as a sub-audio. It is possible to adjust the AD
    level separately from the volume of the TV programme using
    [AD] button.

    EPG [Weekly Mode]

    Introduction

    e.g.) Weekly Mode

    Note

    : Programmes set for the series link timer
    recording
    : Once only timer recording

    AD Level

    50
    OK

    2
    3

    /

    RETURN Exit

    Select “ON” or “OFF” using [AD].
    Select your desired AD Level using [{ \ B].

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    Press [RED] to display “Daily Mode”.
    Press [GREEN] to display “Weekly Mode”.
    Press [YELLOW] to see all series episodes linked to the
    selected programme.
    • For the series link timer recording, refer to “Series Link
    Timer Recording” on page 37.
    • Press [E \ D] to move to the previous or the next day.
    • Press [INFO C] to display “Service Information”.

    Press [ENTER\OK] to activate the settings.

    Note
    • Even if you exit from “Audio Description” or the unit is turned
    into Power OFF / STANDBY mode after you changed the AD
    Level, this unit keeps the setting.

    Service Information

    1
    2
    3

    Brand New Series - Game Theory;
    Adam becomes jealous of Joan’s and Roger; will sees
    A dark side of Lucy;
    And Helen Questions her commitment to Catholicism.

    Editing

    EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)

    14 : 52 Mon 08/06

    14:35 - 15:30 John of Arcadia
    Language: English
    Parent Rating: 0

    DVB
    RETURN Back

    1
    2

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “Timer
    Programming” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    1
    2
    3

    Language displayed on the screen
    Parent Rating
    Information about the programme

    Function Setup

    Electronic programme guide (EPG) gives you a list of the DVB
    programmes and detailed information about the programmes.
    To call up EPG while viewing DVB/analogue channel or
    external input (AV1/AV2/DV(AV3)), press [GUIDE]. You can
    also call up EPG by following steps.

    Playback

    • The AD Level can be set to 0 through 100. (Default: 80)

    4






    Recording

    ON

    Audio Description

    Note
    • EPG cannot be displayed during recording.

    VHS Functions

    Select “EPG” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    • Select the channel and TV programme using
    [K \ L \ { \ B].
    • Press [ENTER\OK] or [BLUE] to go to “Timer
    Programming” menu after you select the TV programme
    using [K \ L \ { \ B]. Refer to “Timer Recording
    (EPG)” on page 36.

    Others

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    38

    Recording
    Restrictions on Recording

    Information on DVD Recording
    Type of Discs
    This unit can record on DVD-RW/-R discs and DVD+RW/+R
    discs.
    DVD-R/+R discs allow you to record programmes only once,
    and the recorded contents can be erased although the space
    left on the disc does not change.
    DVD-RW/+RW discs allow you to record programmes
    repeatedly, and the recorded contents can be erased.
    There are 3 recording formats: VR mode, video mode and
    +VR mode. VR and video modes are available for DVD-RW
    discs while as only video mode is available for DVD-R discs.
    +VR mode is available for DVD+RW/+R discs.
    Video mode is the same recording format as used on the prerecorded DVD-videos you purchase in local shops. You can
    play back the discs recorded in this format in most of the DVD
    players. You will need to finalise such discs (see page 45)
    before playing them back in other DVD players. Unless
    finalised, you can record additional materials or edit discs
    recorded in video mode with this unit. VR (Video Recording)
    mode is a basic recording format for DVD-RW discs.
    VR mode offers advanced editing, and you can record and
    edit material repeatedly, however it is playable only on VR
    mode compatible unit. Finalisation is recommended before
    playing them back in other unit.
    +VR mode is a recording format for DVD+RW/+R disc. +VR
    mode offers basic editing, and it is playable in most DVD
    players. Finalisation is recommended before playing them
    back in other unit.

    You cannot record copy-protected video using this unit. Copyprotected video includes DVD-videos and some satellite
    broadcasts.
    If copy-protected material is detected, recording will pause or
    stop automatically and an error message appears on the
    screen.
    You can only record “Copy-once only” video using a DVD-RW
    disc in VR mode with Content Protection for Recordable
    Media (CPRM) or internal HDD.
    When recording a TV broadcast or an external input, you can
    display copy control information on the screen.
    CPRM is a scrambling copy protection system for the
    protection of “copy-once” broadcast programmes.
    This unit is CPRM compatible, which means that you can
    record copy-once broadcast programmes, but you cannot
    then make a copy of those recordings. CPRM recordings can
    only be played back on DVD players that are specifically
    compatible with CPRM.

    Information on Copy Control
    Some satellite broadcasts include copy-protected information.
    If you want to record them, refer to the following.
    Media type / format

    Copy- Copyfree
    once

    Copyprohibited

    HDD
    VR ver. 1.1 / ver. 1.2
    DVD-RW ver. 1.1 / ver. 1.2 CPRM compatible

    ver. 1.1 / ver. 1.2
    Video
    DVD-RW ver. 1.1 / ver. 1.2 CPRM compatible

    DVD-R

    ver. 2.0 / ver. 2.1

    Recording Mode
    You can select a recording mode from 5 options.
    The recording time will vary depending on the recording mode
    you select as follows.

    DVD
    12 cm

    DVD
    8 cm

    HDD

    XP

    60 min

    18 min

    53 hrs

    SP

    120 min

    36 min

    106 hrs

    LP

    240 min

    72 min

    212 hrs

    EP

    360 min

    108 min

    318 hrs

    SLP

    480 min

    144 min

    424 hrs

    Video / Sound
    Quality

    • This table is intended for a standard new single-sided
    12 cm / 8 cm disc. The recording times are estimates and
    actual recording time may differ.
    • The audio and video quality becomes poorer as the
    recording time gets longer.

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    EN

    DVD+R

    VCR

    Recording time
    Recording
    mode

    DVD+RW

    : Recordable
    : Not recordable

    Note
    • This unit cannot record on CD-RW/-R discs.
    • Discs recorded on a personal computer or a DVD or CD
    recorder may not be played back if the disc is damaged or
    dirty or if there is condensation on the recorder’s lens.
    • If you record a disc using a personal computer, even if it is
    recorded in a compatible format, it may not be played back
    because of the settings of the application software used to
    create the disc. (Check with the software publisher for more
    detailed information.)
    • Discs recorded in video mode on this unit cannot record
    additional information using other DVD recorders.
    • Since recording is performed using the Variable Bit Rate
    (VBR) method, the actual remaining time for recording may
    be a little shorter than the remaining time displayed on the
    OSD, depending on the picture you are recording.



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    Introduction

    Making Discs Playable in Other DVD Players (Finalise)
    After recording, you must finalise the disc to play it back in other players. (See page 45.)
    You cannot finalise discs in other DVD recorders.
    Disc Type

    DVD-R

    DVD-RW
    Video Mode

    VR Mode

    DVD+RW

    DVD+R





    After finalising



    Undo finalising (See page 45.)
    Additional recording or editing (See page 45.)





    (undo finalise)

    ✔: Available

    HDD is a special device which has high recording density and
    is suited for long-time recording or high-speed cueing but by
    contrast, has many factors which can cause breakage. Use
    HDD on the premise that you should dub the recorded
    programmes to a DVD disc to protect your precious videos.

    Gray: Not available

    Maximum Recordable Numbers of Title /
    Chapters
    HDD:
    600 Original titles
    600 Playlists
    99 chapters per Original/Playlist title
    VR mode DVD:
    99 titles per each Playlist and Original
    999 chapters per each Playlist and Original
    Video mode DVD:
    99 titles per disc
    99 chapters per title
    +VR mode DVD:
    49 titles per discs
    254 chapters per disc
    99 chapters per title

    Playback
    Editing
    Function Setup

    Be sure to dub (back up) data promptly if you find
    abnormalities in HDD:
    If there is mechanical trouble with the HDD, grinding or other
    sounds may be heard or blocky noise may appear on the
    image. If you continue to use as it is, deterioration may
    continue and eventually the HDD may not be used at all. If you
    notice these symptoms of a failing HDD, promptly dub the
    data to a DVD disc.
    When an HDD fails, recovery of recorded content (data) may
    be impossible.
    About the remaining capacity of HDD recording time:
    In recording to HDD, the Remaining Capacity Display may
    differ from the actual recordable time as this unit adopts
    Variable Bit Rate encoding, which varies the recording
    (storage) amount of data in conformity with the amount of
    information in the video signal. Before recording to the HDD,
    ensure there is sufficient space on the HDD by deleting
    unnecessary titles in advance. (Remaining capacity will not
    increase if you only delete Playlists.)



    Recording

    HDD is a temporary storage location:
    HDD is not a permanent storage location of the recorded
    contents. Be sure to use it as a temporary storage location
    until you watch the programmes once, edit them, or dub them
    to a DVD disc.

    (undo finalise)

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    About HDD




    Connections

    Automatic Title menu making

    VHS Functions
    Others

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    Make Recording Compatible

    Formatting a Disc
    Choosing the Recording Format of a
    Blank DVD-RW Disc
    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW
    DVD-RW
    When inserting a brand-new DVD-RW/+RW disc, the unit
    automatically starts to initialise the disc. DVD+RW disc will
    always be formatted in +VR mode, and DVD-RW disc will be
    formatted either video or VR mode according to the recording
    format mode setting of the unit. Before inserting a brand-new
    DVD-RW disc, you need to set the recording format to the
    desired mode. You can also manually format a DVD-RW disc
    once it has been used.

    1
    2

    In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    Use this feature to make the unfinalised +VR mode discs
    recorded on other unit recordable on this unit. When you
    make an additional recording on this unit with “Make
    Recording Compatible” set to “ON”, the title list is
    automatically converted to this unit’s style.

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Make Recording Compatible” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “ON” or “OFF” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Select “DVD Menu” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Format” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Format Mode” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    5

    Select “Video mode” or “VR mode” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    -AKE2ECORDING#OMPATIBLE
    /.
    /&&

    ON:

    OFF:

    5

    Title list will be replaced when you make
    additional recordings to the discs recorded by
    other units.
    Prohibiting additional record to the disc that has a
    title list created by other units.

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    &ORMAT-ODE
    6IDEOMODE
    62MODE
    6IDEOMODE
    $6$0LAYER#OMPATIBILITYMODE
    62MODE
    %DITINGPOSSIBILITYMODE

    6
    7

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Video

    DVD-RW
    DVD-R
    You can set aspect ratio for video mode recording.

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Aspect Ratio (Video mode)” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select your desired setting using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Insert a blank disc.
    Formatting will start.

    8

    Setting Aspect Ratio for Video Mode
    Recording

    Formatting is complete.
    “100%” is indicated.

    Note
    • The recording format setting is effective only for DVD-RW
    discs. You cannot change the recording format for a DVD-R
    disc and DVD+RW/+R disc.
    • You cannot mix two formats on one DVD-RW disc.
    • If you insert a disc that has been formatted before, the
    recording format is not changed if you select another format
    in the “Setup” menu only. To reformat a disc (change disc
    format type), refer to “Reformatting a Disc Manually” on
    page 31.

    !SPECT2ATIO6IDEOMODE
    !UTO
    

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    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Start” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    For DVD+RW, use [K \ L] to select “Yes”, then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    A pop up window will appear and prompt you to confirm.

    5

    If you want to set “Auto Chapter” off, select
    “OFF” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    !REYOUSURE
    9ES
    .O

    Formatting will start.
    If you want to cancel formatting, select “No”.

    6

    Note
    • It is not possible to use a disc formatted with another DVD
    recorder. The disc needs to be reformatted with this unit. But
    this unit may not be able to reformat some discs that are not
    previously formatted by this unit (e.g. DVD disc formatted by
    PC or another recorder).

    If you want to change the time period for “Auto
    Chapter”, select the required time period using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Selecting the Audio Mode

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    This unit can receive bilingual broadcasts.
    You can switch between modes by pressing [AUDIO D].
    Each mode is indicated on the TV. When you record a DVB
    channel, only output sound channel will be recorded.

    Setting External Input Audio

    Reformatting a Disc Manually
    VR

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    When the external input audio is a bilingual broadcast, you
    can choose “Stereo” or “Bilingual” to record on an HDD/DVD.
    This setting is only for recording external input (AV1/AV2).

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “External Input Audio” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Stereo” or “Bilingual” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    VHS Functions

    Insert a recordable disc.
    1 In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    Video

    DVD-RW

    %XTERNAL)NPUT!UDIO

    Select “DVD Menu” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3TEREO
    "ILINGUAL

    5

    Function Setup

    Note
    • When you reformat the disc, the contents of the disc are
    erased.
    • Make sure that the recording format is set to the desired
    mode. (Refer steps 1 to 6 in “Choosing the Recording
    Format of a Blank DVD-RW Disc” on page 30.)

    HDD

    Editing

    Video

    DVD-RW
    DVD-RW
    DVD+RW
    If you use a DVD-RW/+RW disc, you can format the disc by
    performing “Format”. You can format DVD-RW disc for either
    video mode recording or VR mode recording. DVD+RW disc
    can be formatted in order to erase all content of the disc.

    Playback

    Note
    • The interval for auto chapter may be up to 2 minutes
    different from the time option you set.
    • While recording, no more chapter mark will be added after
    coming up to the maximum chapter mark number.

    2

    Formatting is complete.

    Recording

    /&&
    MINUTES
    MINUTES
    MINUTES
    MINUTES
    MINUTES

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW

    Select “Auto Chapter” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    !UTO#HAPTER

    5

    4

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    3

    Select “Format” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Connections

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    The unit inserts a chapter mark periodically (every 15 minutes
    by default) during recording. Using the Auto Chapter menu,
    you can set this function off or change the time period.

    3

    Introduction

    Setting Auto Chapter

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Note

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    Others

    • If you select “Stereo”:
    The audio will be recorded as “stereo audio”.
    • If you select “Bilingual”:
    The audio will be recorded as “bilingual audio”. (See “Setting
    Bilingual Recording Audio” on page 32 for more detail.)



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    Setting Bilingual Recording Audio
    Video

    DVD-RW
    DVD-R
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can select either “Main” or “Sub” audio to record a
    bilingual broadcast in video mode or +VR mode.
    This setting is only for recording analogue channel.

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Bilingual Recording Audio” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Main” or “Sub” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Basic Recording and One-touch Timer
    Recording (OTR)
    DVB
    HDD

    5

    1

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    Press [B ON\STANDBY] to turn on the unit.
    Turn on the TV and be sure to select the input to which the
    unit is connected.
    If you want to record to the HDD, press [HDD], then
    proceed to step 5.
    If you want to record to a disc, press [DVD].

    2
    3

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    Follow the steps below to record a TV programme.
    (See page 74 for VCR recording.)

    Bilingual Recording Audio
    Main
    Sub

    ANALOG
    Video

    Note
    • If you want to record onto an HDD or VR mode disc, both
    “Main” and “Sub” will be recorded regardless of your setting
    here. And when you play back, you can choose either audio
    format or a combination of both as your playback audio.

    Press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to open the disc tray.
    Place the disc on the disc tray with its label
    facing up. Be sure to align the disc with the disc
    tray guide.

    Recording Audio Select (XP)
    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    Disc tray guide
    DVD-R

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can enjoy high quality sound recording. This function
    works only when the recording mode is set at XP.

    1

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Recording Audio Select (XP)” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “PCM” or “Dolby Digital” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Recording Audio Select (XP)
    PCM
    Dolby Digital

    PCM:
    Dolby Digital:

    5

    Records PCM audio for the best quality
    sound.
    Records Dolby Digital audio for good
    quality sound.

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Note
    • “PCM” stands for Pulse Code Modulation. It changes
    analogue sound to digital sound without compressing audio
    data.
    • When the recording mode is set at other than XP, the unit
    records “Dolby Digital” audio automatically even if you
    selected “PCM”.

    4
    5

    Press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to close the disc tray.

    6

    Press [INPUT SELECT F] to select DVB,
    analogue or external input mode, then select
    the desired channel to record using
    [PROG. G \ H] or [the Number buttons].

    7

    Select the recording mode using [REC MODE].
    (See page 28.)

    Basic Recording:
    Press [REC I] to start recording.
    The “I HDD” or “I DVD” mark will be displayed on the TV
    screen briefly.
    To pause the recording, press [PAUSE F]. Press
    [PAUSE F] or [REC I] again to restart the recording.

    One-touch Timer Recording (OTR):
    This is a simple way to set the recording time in blocks of
    30 minutes. Check that the disc you are recording onto
    has enough space remaining for the time you set. (See
    page 74 for VCR recording.)

    Press [REC I] repeatedly until the desired
    recording time (30 minutes to 8 hours) appears
    on the TV screen.
    One-touch Timer Recording will start.

    0:30
    Normal
    Recording

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    Introduction

    • When the unit reaches the specified time, it will be
    turned off automatically.
    • To change the recording length during One-touch Timer
    Recording, press [REC I] repeatedly until the desired
    length appears.
    • To cancel One-touch Timer Recording within the
    specified time, press [STOP C].

    Timer Recording
    DVB
    HDD

    ANALOG
    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    Press [STOP C] to stop the recording.

    Note

    Insert a recordable disc.
    1 In stop mode, press [TIMER PROG.].

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    “Timer Programming” list will appear.

    2

    Select “New Programme” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Timer Programming

    Recording

    0:00 THU 03/12
    Date
    06/12
    07/12

    Start
    End
    CH
    7:00
    9:00 DVB 18
    9:00
    9:30 DVB 190
    New Programme

    STTL
    PDC

    1/1

    Playback

    • If there are 6 programmes or more, use
    [SKIP H \ G] to turn the page.

    3

    Enter the date using [K \ L], then press [B].
    Each time you press [L] at the current date, the timer
    recording date will change as follows.
    e.g., 1st January

    Editing

    • You can change the channel while in the REC pause mode.
    • Recording continues until the disc is full (as for HDD, 12
    hours after the recording starts) or you stop the recording.
    • You cannot change the recording mode in the REC or REC
    pause mode.
    • Even if the broadcasting you are recording is in the SECAM
    system, this unit automatically converts it to the PAL system
    when recording.
    • You can play back a title on one component while making a
    recording on the other component. To do so, simply select
    the component (HDD or DVD) you want to use for the
    playback by pressing [HDD] or [DVD] during HDD / DVD
    recording. And then follow the normal playback procedure.
    • If playback and recording are operated in each component
    (HDD or DVD) at the same time, select the component you
    want to operate first, and then press [PAUSE F] or
    [STOP C].
    • NTSC recording is prohibited in this unit.
    • The remaining recording time will appear on the TV screen
    during One-touch Timer Recording. Press [DISPLAY] to see
    it on the TV screen.
    • The remaining recording time will be displayed on the front
    panel display during One-touch Timer Recording.
    • Unlike the timer recording, you can perform the following
    operations during One-touch Timer Recording.
    - Turn off the power. (One-touch timer recording will be
    cancelled.)
    - Use [REC I] or [STOP C] on the remote control.
    • You cannot use the pause function during One-touch Timer
    Recording.
    • The unit will be turned off automatically under the following
    conditions.
    - No space remains on the disc.
    - If a power failure occurs.

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can set the unit to record up to 36 programmes, up to a
    month in advance. Daily or weekly programme recordings are
    also available.
    • Be sure to set the clock before entering a timer
    programming.

    Connections

    This operation may take a few moments to complete.

    01/01
    Daily
    M-F (Mon.-Fri.)

    Function Setup

    W-SAT
    W-FRI

    W-SUN
    31/01

    VHS Functions

    Timer Programming

    0:00 THU 03/12

    Skip
    OFF
    CH
    DVB 125

    Date
    07/12
    REC To
    HDD

    Start
    --:-Mode
    XP
    XP

    End
    --:-STTL
    OFF
    1:00

    Others

    1/1

    • Analogue channel is indicated as “ATV”.

    4

    Enter the time to start and to end using [K \ L],
    then press [B].

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    5

    Select the digital (DVB) / analogue (ATV) mode
    or external input (AV1/AV2) using [K \ L], then
    press [B].

    6

    Select the channel number to record using
    [K \ L], then press [B].

    7

    Select the recording media (“HDD” or “DVD”)
    using [K \ L], then press [B].

    8

    Select the recording mode using [K \ L], then
    press [B].
    Refer to “Recording Mode” on page 28.

    9

    For DVB channel recording:
    Select “STTL” to “ON” or “OFF” using [K \ L].
    If you set “STTL” to “ON”, subtitle will be recorded too.
    • When analogue channel is selected, “PDC” will be
    displayed instead of “STTL”.

    For analogue channel recording:
    Select “PDC” to “ON” or “OFF” using [K \ L].
    Refer to “PDC (Programme Delivery Control)” on this
    page.
    • When DVB channel is selected, “STTL” will be displayed
    instead of “PDC”.
    • PDC system is only available for HDD.
    • PDC system is not available for “Daily” and “M-F” timer
    programme.

    10 Press [ENTER\OK] when all information
    required is entered.
    Your programme setting is stored.
    • To set another programme, repeat steps 2 to 10.
    • To exit, press [TIMER PROG.].
    • When 2 or more programmes are overlapped, “Timer
    programme overlapped” appears, and the overlapped
    programme will be displayed in blue. To correct the timer
    programme, refer to “Checking, Cancelling or Correcting
    the Timer Programming Information” on this page.
    Timer Programming

    0:00 THU 03/12
    Date
    06/12
    07/12
    07/12

    Start
    End
    CH
    9:00 DVB 18
    7:00
    9:30 DVB 190
    9:00
    1 BBC1
    18:00
    17:00
    New Programme

    STTL
    PDC

    Alternate recording (DVD only)...
    If there is no recordable disc in the unit, if the disc does not
    have enough space to complete the recording, or if the
    material is “copy-once” programme and prohibited to be
    recorded on a DVD in the unit, the unit will detect it and
    automatically record to the HDD even when DVD is selected
    as the recording media. If the available space on the HDD is
    less than that of DVD, the unit will not perform the alternate
    recording. This feature is available only for timer recording.
    Not available for one-touch timer recording.

    PDC (Programme Delivery Control)
    The Programme Delivery Control (PDC) assures that the TV
    programmes you have programmed for timer recording are
    recorded exactly from beginning to end, even if the actual
    broadcasting time differs from the scheduled time due to a
    delayed start or extension of the programme duration.
    Furthermore, if a programme is interrupted, the recording will
    also be interrupted automatically and resumed when the
    programme starts again.
    If the PDC signal drops out because the broadcast signal is
    weak, or if a broadcasting station does not transmit a regular
    PDC signal, the timer recording is performed in normal mode
    (without PDC) even if it was programmed for PDC. If the
    starting time of the PDC timer recording is between 0:00 and
    3:59 on a given day, the PDC function will operate from 20:00
    on the previous day to 4:00 on the next day. If the starting time
    of the PDC timer recording is between 4:00 and 23:59 on a
    given day, the PDC function will operate from 0:00 on the
    given day to 4:00 on the next day. This means that if the
    relevant programme is broadcasted within this period, it is
    recorded correctly. If the timer is not programmed correctly,
    the incorrect timer setting stays in effect unless you cancel it.
    To cancel an incorrect timer setting, refer to “Checking,
    Cancelling or Correcting the Timer Programming Information”
    on this page.

    Note
    • This feature is only available for analogue channels.
    • If DVB channels have been stored in this unit, you cannot
    select PDC on.

    Checking, Cancelling or Correcting the
    Timer Programming Information

    1
    2
    1/1

    The

    icon will appear on the front panel display.

    Note
    • If you have not set the clock, the clock setting window will
    appear instead of the Timer Programming list. Continue
    from “Clock Setting” on page 71 before programming the
    timer.
    • Press [K \ L] to move the cursor in “Timer Programming”
    list.
    • If you have a timer programme with PDC function, and if you
    are watching different channel from the timer programme,
    confirmation message to change the channel will appear 15
    minutes before the programme starts (the message will also
    re-appear 30 seconds before the programme starts). The
    channel will automatically be changed to the programmed
    channel 15 seconds before the programme starts.

    Press [TIMER PROG.].
    A) To delete the timer programme:
    1) Select the programme you want to delete using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “Delete” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Confirmation window will appear.
    3) Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    B) To correct the timer programme:
    1) Select the programme you want to correct using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “Programme Change” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    3) Correct the timer programme by using [K \ L \ { \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Press [TIMER PROG.] to exit.

    To check the timer programming in progress
    Press [TIMER PROG.].

    Note
    • For EPG timer recording, you can only correct the “REC To”,
    “Mode” and “STTL”.

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    In stop mode, press [TIMER PROG.].

    E41

    Power failure

    Select the periodical timer recording
    programme you want to skip using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    E42

    No disc

    E43

    Already 49 titles recorded (+VR mode)

    E44

    Already 254 chapters recorded (+VR
    mode)

    E45

    Copy prohibited programme

    E46

    It is impossible to record additionally on
    a disc recorded by other units when
    setting “Make Recording Compatible” to
    “OFF”. (+VR mode)

    You can deactivate the periodical (Daily, Mon-Fri or Weekly)
    timer recording temporarily.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    Select “Programme Change” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Move the cursor to the “Skip” field using
    [{ \ B], then select “ON” using [K \ L] and
    then press [ENTER\OK] to activate the setting.

    • “✔” will be displayed on the left side of the timer
    programme.
    • The setting will go back to “OFF” after the programme is
    skipped once.

    Stop the Timer Recording in Progress

    HDD recording is cancelled due to the
    insufficiency of the disc space on the
    HDD.

    • Timer programme with an error number will be cleared once
    the entry screen for the programme is displayed.

    Notes for the Timer Recording

    On the remote control:
    1 Press [STOP C].
    2 Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    The error number appears on “Timer Programming” list.
    Timer Programming

    10:00 THU 03/12
    STTL
    PDC

    The error programme will be displayed in gray with an error
    number.

    The error numbers indicate:
    E1–E22, E37–E39 Recording error
    Unrecordable disc

    E25/E51

    • Copy prohibited programme
    • Cannot record because of the NTSC /
    PAL-60 signal is received.

    E26–E28

    Copy prohibited programme

    E29

    Disc protected

    E30

    Disc full

    E31

    Already recorded 99 titles (video mode)
    Already recorded 99 titles (VR mode)

    E33

    Already recorded 999 chapters

    E34

    No space for Control Information

    E35

    PCA (Power Calibration Area) full

    E36

    Already finalised video format disc

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    Others

    E32

    VHS Functions

    E23–E24

    Function Setup

    1/1

    Editing

    Start
    End
    CH
    7:00
    9:00
    1 BBC1
    New Programme

    • If there is a power failure or the unit is unplugged for more
    than 30 seconds, the clock setting and all timer settings will
    be lost.
    • If a disc is not inserted or if a inserted disc is not recordable
    (finalised DVD-RW/-R, finalised DVD+R, a fully recorded
    disc, etc.), the unit will perform the alternate recording to the
    HDD. (See page 34.)
    • When a timer recording is completed, the unit will ask you
    whether to turn off the unit if there is no timer recording which
    starts within 4 minutes, except under conditions listed below.
    - During playback of HDD or DVD.
    - While displaying menus or information on the screen.
    The unit will be turned off automatically if you select “Yes” or
    if you do not reply in 1 minute.
    • When the programmed starting and ending time are earlier
    than the current time, the setting will not be accepted.
    • The audio language which is selected in the “DVB Setting”
    will be recorded for digital TV broadcasting.
    • Timer recording whose recording time exceeds 12 hours
    cannot be made.
    • It is prohibited to turn off the unit from 4 minutes before the
    programmed starting time.
    • It is prohibited to change channel from 15 seconds before
    the programmed starting time.
    • [REC I] does not work from 2 minutes before the
    programmed starting time. If it comes to 2 minutes before
    the starting time during regular or one-touch timer recording,
    the recording in progress will be stopped.
    • Playback of DVD/CD is prohibited from 2 minutes before the
    programmed starting time when the recording media is DVD.
    If it comes to 2 minutes before the programmed starting time
    during DVD/CD playback, the playback will be stopped.
    • When 2 or more programmes are overlapped, “Timer
    programme overlapped” appears, and the overlapped
    programme will be displayed in blue. To correct the timer
    programme refer to “Checking, Cancelling or Correcting the
    Timer Programming Information” on page 34.
    • If the Start time is earlier and the End time is later than the
    current time, the recording will start immediately after you
    press [ENTER\OK] at step 10 on page 34.
    • As to the timer recording in progress (which is shown in red
    in the timer programme list), you only can edit the end time.
    The changes made during recording will be recognised as
    only specific to that recording in progress and it will not
    affect the daily or the weekly recording setting.

    Playback

    If the Timer Programming did not
    Complete Correctly

    Date
    E40 03/12

    Already 600 titles recorded on the HDD.

    E49–E50

    Recording

    On the front panel:
    Press [STOP C].

    E47

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    • There are some unrecorded parts due
    to the overlapped timer programmes.
    • Recording did not start at the start
    time.

    Connections

    E40

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    Priority of overlapped settings
    The unit records programmes according to priority if the timer
    programmes overlap.
    If the starting time is same:
    • The timer programming set first (PROG. 1) has priority.

    PROG. 1

    PROG. 2
    recording will start
    after PROG. 1
    recording is
    completed.

    PROG. 1
    PROG. 2

    Actual
    recording

    If the End time of the programme currently being
    recorded and the Start time of the subsequent
    programme are same:
    • If PROG. 1 is a DVD recorded programme, the beginning of
    the PROG. 2 may be cut off.

    PROG. 1

    PROG. 2
    Actual
    recording

    * If the cut off time exceeds 3 minutes, the error number “E40”
    will appear in “Timer Programming” list.

    When the starting time and the ending time for each
    programmes are different:
    • A programme that has earlier start time has priority.

    Timer Recording (EPG)

    PROG. 1

    DVB

    PROG. 2
    PROG. 3

    HDD
    PROG. 1

    PROG. 3

    PRO
    G. 2

    The first 2 minutes (at the longest) will be cut off.

    If the recording time is partially overlapped:
    • The timer programming with the earlier start time (PROG. 2)
    has priority. PROG. 1 will start after PROG. 2 recording is
    complete.

    1

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    While viewing a DVB programme, press
    [GUIDE].
    List of DVB programmes will be displayed.
    e.g.) Daily Mode

    PROG. 2
    PROG. 2

    PROG. 1

    EPG [Daily Mode]
    13:38 Mon 18/05
    13:35-14:05 The Simple Life

    The first 2 minutes (at the longest) will be cut off.

    Mon 18/05
    ITV1
    ITV2
    ITV3
    Channel 4+1
    More4
    ITV4
    E4
    Daily

    If the recording time entirely overlaps:
    • The shorter timer programming (PROG. 1) is not recorded.
    PROG. 1
    PROG. 2
    Actual
    recording

    Video

    DVD-RW

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    With EPG system, you can programme DVB channel
    recording much easier. You can only choose one programme
    and enter the selection.
    Refer to “EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)” on page 27.

    PROG. 1

    Actual
    recording

    PROG. 2
    The first 2 minutes (at the
    longest) will be cut off.*

    PROG. 2

    The first 2 minutes (at the longest) will be cut off.

    Actual
    recording

    PROG. 1

    Weekly

    OK Watch

    PROG. 2

    Note for DVD recording
    • If the recording time of two programmes are overlapped, or
    the End time of a programme and the Start time of another is
    same, the first 2 minutes (at the longest) of the subsequent
    programme will be cut off.

    13:35-14:05 The Simple Life
    14:05-14:35 Style Her Famous
    14:35-15:30 Joan of Arcadia
    15:30-16:25 Smallville
    16:25-17:00 Hollyoaks
    17:00-17:30 Friends
    17:30-18:30 Friends

    Series
    RETURN Exit

    Timer
    i + Info

    24Hrs

    Press [RED] to display “Daily Mode”.
    Press [GREEN] to display “Weekly Mode”.

    2

    Select a desired programme using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK] or
    [BLUE].

    3

    Set “REC To”, “Mode” and “STTL” using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Note
    • EPG timer recording will stop if the broadcaster sends the
    EPG programme end or if you press [STOP C] on the front
    panel or press [STOP C] on the remote control, then select
    “Yes” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    • If you select a programme that is broadcasting in progress,
    “Watch” is indicated next to OK . When you press
    [ENTER\OK], you can watch the selected programme.
    • If you select a programme that is not broadcasted yet,
    “Timer” is indicated next to OK . When you press
    [ENTER\OK], you can set “Timer Recording”.

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    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    1

    While viewing a DVB programme, press
    [GUIDE].

    2

    Select a desired programme using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [YELLOW].
    • Other series of the TV programme and recommended
    programme related to the TV programme will be
    displayed in “Series List”.

    3

    Press [BLUE] or [ENTER\OK].

    Series List

    13:12 Mon 18/05

    S.No. Date/Time
    19:00 - 20:00
    19:00 - 20:00
    19:00 - 20:00
    19:00 - 20:00
    19:00 - 20:00

    HDD
    You can set the unit to start recording whenever it detects the
    video scart control from the external tuner.

    Preparing for the Satellite Link Timer Recording:

    BBC NEWS News 24 Tonight
    BBC NEWS News 24 Tonight
    BBC NEWS News 24 Tonight
    BBC NEWS News 24 Tonight
    BBC NEWS News 24 Tonight

    [Preparation of the external tuner]
    • The external tuner should be equipped with some kind
    of timer function. Using timer function of the tuner, set it
    to be turned on when it comes to the time you want to
    start recording, and off when it comes to the time you
    want to finish recording. (Refer to the tuner’s manual on
    how to set the timer.)
    • Make sure to turn off the external tuner when you finish
    setting.

    Single Timer
    OK Series Timer

    RETURN Back

    i + Info

    [Preparation of this unit]
    • Make sure to select the desired recording mode
    beforehand.
    External tuner
    (not supplied)

    Set “REC To”, “Mode” and “STTL” using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Function Setup

    4

    Editing

    • Use the scroll bar using [K \ L], then press [INFO C]
    to see more detailed information of the selected
    programme.
    • If the programmes in “Series List” are already set for
    timer recording, “ ” will be displayed.
    • “ ” refers to recommended programme related to the
    TV programme.

    Scart cable (not supplied)

    • In “Timer Programming” list, “ ” will be displayed for the
    Series Link Timer Recording programmes.
    Timer Programming

    Date
    10/01

    ( 1:00 )

    VHS Functions

    The Sharon Osbourne Show
    SP

    12:00 THU 03/12

    Start
    End
    CH
    12:01
    13:01
    DVB 10
    New Programme

    STTL

    1

    Playback

    80 18/05
    80 19/05
    80 20/05
    80 21/05
    80 22/05

    Channel Event Name

    Satellite Link

    Recording

    • Press [BLUE] to set the programme only once for Timer
    Recording.
    • Press [ENTER\OK] to set all the series for the Series
    List Timer Recording.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    • List of DVB programmes will be displayed.

    Connections

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    With the EPG system, when you set a TV programme into the
    timer recording, you can also set for future episodes of that
    series to be recorded. It is also possible to set for the
    broadcaster to recommend related programmes to you.

    Introduction

    Series Link Timer Recording

    Note
    • If you delete or correct a series link timer recording
    programme, all programmes related to the programme will
    be deleted or corrected.
    • [YELLOW] is available only when the selected programme
    has the series link tag.
    • Series Link Timer Recording always starts from the first
    available date. If you want to record on specific dates only of
    the series, please use normal Timer Recording.
    Recording split programmes
    Some TV programmes are split into 2 or more parts. With
    EPG system, when you set the first part of the split TV
    programme for the timer recording, whole parts will be set to
    the timer programme automatically.
    Alternate instance recording
    If a timer programming you set overlaps, this unit will search
    for same TV programme broadcasted in different time, and if
    this unit finds the programme, you will be asked whether to
    record the programme in different time instead.

    In stop mode, press [HDD] then select the
    recording mode for HDD using [REC MODE].

    1/1

    Others

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    Press [SAT.LINK].
    • “Sat” will appear on the front panel display and the unit
    goes into the satellite link standby mode.

    Settings for External Equipment
    Video Colour System

    To cancel the satellite link function in the satellite link
    standby mode:
    Press [B ON\STANDBY] or [SAT.LINK] to turn on the unit.
    To cancel the satellite link function while the satellite link
    recording is in progress:
    On the front panel
    Press [STOP C].
    On the remote control
    1 Press [STOP C].
    2 Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    When you record from external equipment or copy a
    videotape to an HDD/DVD disc, you can set the format Auto,
    PAL or SECAM.

    1
    2
    3
    4

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Select “Video Colour System” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Select “Auto”, “PAL” or “SECAM” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    Note

    General Setting

    • Recording picture will be distorted if the copy protection
    signal is being detected during satellite link timer recording.
    • [SAT.LINK] does not work under the following
    circumstances:
    - Setup menus are displayed.
    - “Timer Programming” menu is displayed.
    - Title list or any file list is displayed.
    - During timer recording (counting from 4 minutes before the
    starting time).
    - During playback of HDD, DVD or VCR.
    - During recording or dubbing of HDD, DVD or VCR.
    • When a regular timer recording and the satellite link timer
    recording are overlapped, the examples are given below.

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    Auto:

    Example 1

    5

    Timer
    Recording

    Auto Chapter
    Recording Audio Select (XP)
    Auto
    Finalise
    Video Colour
    System
    Aspect Ratio (Video mode)
    Auto Make Recording Compatible
    PAL Bilingual Recording Audio
    SECAM
    External Input Audio
    Video Colour System

    The video colour system will be set
    automatically according to the recording
    material.

    PAL:

    The video colour system will be set to PAL.

    SECAM:

    The video colour system will be set to SECAM.

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Note

    Satellite Link

    • During recording, when a signal other than PAL or SECAM
    is detected, an error message appears on the screen and
    recording will be paused. Recording will be resumed when a
    PAL or SECAM signal is detected.

    Actual
    Recording

    Example 2

    Recording from External Equipment

    Timer
    Recording

    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    Satellite Link

    VCR
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    Before recording from external equipment, see page 19 for
    connection instructions.

    Actual
    Recording

    Example 3

    1

    If you want to record to the HDD, press [HDD].
    If you want to record to a disc, press [DVD] and insert
    a recordable disc.
    If you want to record to a videotape, press [VCR] and
    insert a recordable videotape.

    Timer
    Recording
    Satellite Link
    Actual
    Recording

    Turn on the TV and be sure to select the input to
    which the unit is connected.

    2

    Select the input terminal to which the external
    equipment is connected (AV1 or AV2).
    Press [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select the
    external input mode, then press [PROG. G \ H]
    repeatedly to select AV1 or AV2.

    3
    4
    5
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    Select a recording mode using [REC MODE].
    (See page 28.)
    Press [I REC] on the unit to start recording.
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    Press [STOP C] (HDD/DVD) or [EJECT\STOP A \ C]
    (VCR) on the unit to stop recording.

    Note

    The following instructions are described with the
    operations using the remote control of this unit.

    1
    2

    • With “Control” highlighted, press [ENTER\OK] to display
    the available devices to control with the remote control
    of this unit. Select the device you want to operate using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    - Select “HDD” / “DVD” to control this unit with the remote
    control of this unit.
    - Select “DVC” to control your DVC with the remote
    control of this unit.
    • “DV Audio” can be changed. With “DV Audio” selected,
    press [ENTER\OK] to display “DV Audio” menu. Select
    the audio you want to output using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    - Select “Stereo1” to dub the stereo sound.
    - Select “Stereo2” to dub the sound that was added after
    the recording.
    - Select “Mix” to dub the stereo1 and stereo2.

    1

    3

    When the DVC is in video mode...

    1
    2

    1/ 1 C

    External input channel
    Product name of your DVC

    • “Start Rec” or “Pause Rec” will appear.

    • If the unit cannot recognise the input signal from the
    DVC or if it is the unknown product, “No Device” or “****”
    will appear instead.

    7

    Status of the current operation and the time
    counter
    Each icon means (Available icons may vary depending on
    the DVC):
    DVC is in stop mode.
    DVC is in playback mode.
    DVC is in pause mode.
    DVC is fast forwarding. (standard speed)

    1/ 1
    -RW

    Control
    DV Audio
    Start Rec

    5
    6

    Editing

    T

    Command menu

    DVD
    Stereo1

    VR

    DVC is fast forwarding. (faster than above)

    ORG

    DV
    AB-1234
    0:12:34

    DVC is fast forwarding. (faster than above)
    DVC is slow forwarding. (standard speed)

    Function Setup

    DVC is slow forwarding. (faster than above)
    DVC is slow forwarding. (faster than above)
    DVD SP

    DVC is fast forwarding. (in stop mode)

    2:00

    DVC is fast reversing. (in stop mode)

    3

    4

    DVC is fast reversing. (standard speed)

    When the DVC is in camera mode...
    1/ 1 C

    DVC is fast reversing. (faster than above)

    VHS Functions

    T

    DVC is fast reversing. (faster than above)

    1/ 1
    -RW

    VR

    DVC is in slow reverse playback.

    ORG

    5

    DV
    AB-1234
    0:12:34

    DVC is in recording.
    DVC is in recording pause mode.

    7

    Others

    Please also read the operating instructions of your
    DVC for more information.
    DVD SP

    Playback

    2

    Connect your DVC to the DV input jack on the front
    panel using a DV cable. (Use the DV cable that has 4pin input jack and is compliance with the IEEE 1394
    standards.)
    Press [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select
    the external input channel, then press
    [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly to select DV(AV3).
    Press [DISPLAY] to display the DVC information
    on the screen.

    4

    Recording

    Guide to DV and On-Screen Display

    Recording audio mode

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    3

    Information on DV Dubbing
    This function helps you to dub the contents in the DVC (digital
    video camcorder) to HDD, DVD or VCR easily. (See page 75
    for DVC to VCR Dubbing.)
    You can control basic operations of the DVC from the remote
    control of this unit if the DVC is in video mode.

    DV icon
    Indicator of active device

    Connections

    • During recording, recording will be paused when a signal
    other than PAL or SECAM is detected. (See “Video Colour
    System” on page 38 for details.)
    • The signal from the external device will be output
    automatically when the TV is connected to AV1 and the
    external device is connected to AV2 using a Scart cable with
    its power on (The signal from this unit cannot be monitored
    except during playback.).
    If you want to monitor this unit’s signal, press [DISPLAY]
    or turn the external device off.
    If you want to monitor the signal from other input, press
    [DISPLAY], then press [INPUT SELECT F] to select the
    desired external input mode, then select the desired input
    channel using [PROG. G \ H].

    Introduction

    6

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    2:00

    6

    The menu changes according to the mode of DVC.
    Switch the mode on the DVC to video mode for the dubbing
    information.
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    To stop dubbing:

    DVC to HDD / DVD Dubbing
    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    Before recording from DVC, see page 19 for connection
    instructions. (See page 75 for DVC to VCR Dubbing.)

    Preparing for DV dubbing (DVC to HDD):
    • Make sure your DVC is in video mode.
    Preparing for DV dubbing (DVC to DVD):
    • Insert a recordable DVD.
    • Make sure your DVC is in video mode.
    If you want to record to the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you want to record to a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1

    Press [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select
    the external input channel, then press
    [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly to select DV(AV3).

    DV
    AB-1234
    0:00:00

    2

    Press [REC MODE] to select a recording mode.
    (See page 28.)

    3
    4

    Press [DISPLAY].
    With “Control” highlighted, press [ENTER\OK]
    to display the available devices to control with
    the remote control of this unit. Select “DVC”
    using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) DVC to DVD dubbing
    T

    1/ 1 C

    1/ 1
    -RW

    Control
    DV Audio
    Start Rec

    DVD
    Stereo1

    VR

    ORG

    DV
    AB-1234
    0:00:00

    1) Select “Control” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “HDD” / “DVD” using [K \ L] (whichever the
    recording component you are using), then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    3) Press [STOP C].
    Note
    • The tape will rewind a few seconds when you press
    [ENTER\OK] at step 6 so that the dubbing starts exactly
    where you press [PAUSE F] instead of [STOP C] at step 5.
    • The unit does not send out the output signal to DVC.
    • For the proper operation, connect DVC to the unit directly.
    Do not connect this unit and DVC via any other unit.
    • Do not connect more than one DVC.
    • The unit can only accept DVC. Other DV device such as
    cable/satellite box or D-VHS recorder cannot be recognised.
    • If no video signal is detected from the DVC during DVC to
    HDD or DVD dubbing, the recording will be paused and “I”
    will flash on the TV screen. The recording will resume when
    the unit detects the video signal again.
    • When the DVC is in camera mode, refer to “Guide to DV and
    On-Screen Display” on page 39.
    • Date / time and cassette memory data will not be recorded.
    • Pictures with a copy-guard signal cannot be recorded.
    • A DV terminal is a terminal that can use the transmission
    mode conforming to the IEEE 1394 standards called
    “Fire Wire”. It serves as the interface that connects the PC
    and peripheral device such as “i.LINK” (registered trademark
    of SONY). It enables digital dubbing between DV devices
    with little degradation.
    • You cannot dub from DVC to both HDD and DVD at the
    same time.

    Information on Dubbing
    You can copy an HDD / DVD disc to a videotape or copy a
    videotape to an HDD / DVD disc. This function will be possible
    only if the DVD or the videotape is not copy protected.
    Before dubbing, prepare for the recording on the DVDs or the
    videotape. See pages 28 to 29 (HDD / DVD) or page 74
    (VCR).
    Difference between “Copy” and “Move”:

    DVD SP

    2:00

    Now you can operate your DVC with the remote control of
    this unit.

    5

    Press [PLAY B] to start playing back the DVC,
    and find where you want to start dubbing.
    Press [STOP C] when it comes to the desired
    start point.

    6

    Select “Start Rec” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The dubbing will start.

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    Copy : After dubbing the programme, the original
    programme will remain.
    Move: After dubbing the programme, the original
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    From

    To

    HDD (Internal)

    DVD-RW (VR)
    (Not CPRM-compatible)

    [

    DVD-RW (video)

    [

    DVD-R / +RW / +R

    [

    Videotape

    V*2

    HDD (Internal)

    [

    Videotape

    V*2

    HDD (Internal)

    V

    DVD-RW (VR)
    (CPRM-compatible)

    V*2

    DVD-RW (VR)
    (Not CPRM-compatible)

    [

    DVD-R / +RW / +R

    [

    Note

    V: Available
    [: Not available

    Guide to Dubbing Menu Display
    DVD

    3000 MB

    3

    Dubbing List

    2

    Add
    Delete All
    Dubbing Start

    4

    Dubbing direction
    Dubbing menu
    Remaining recordable space
    Dubbing list
    Current page number / total number of pages

    Recording Mode for Dubbing

    Before Starting Dubbing
    HDD to DVD / DVD to HDD
    You can copy the contents between HDD and DVD.
    Limitation (DVD to HDD):
    • If a copy control signal is detected during dubbing, the
    dubbing will be stopped.
    Preparing for dubbing (HDD to DVD):
    • Insert a recordable DVD.

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    Others

    Preparing for dubbing (DVD to HDD):
    • Insert a disc to be dubbed.
    • Discs dubbed with other devices may not be dubbed.

    VHS Functions

    “High”
    This unit is compatible with the high speed dubbing from HDD
    to DVD or VR mode DVD-RW disc to HDD.
    With the high speed dubbing, you can dub a title much faster
    than the normal speed dubbing without changing the quality of
    the picture and sound. (e.g. If you dub a title recorded in SLP
    mode to DVD-R, dubbing speed will be 32 times faster than
    the normal dubbing speed.) To perform the high speed
    dubbing, set the recording mode to “High”.

    Other recording modes
    Refer to page 28 for the information on other recording
    modes.

    Function Setup

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5

    5

    Editing

    1/1

    Playback

    HDD

    • During normal dubbing, you can watch the playback picture
    of the title being dubbed (the audio cannot be changed).
    During high speed dubbing, the playback picture will not
    appear.
    • When you dub an HDD title that has bilingual audio to video
    mode DVD-RW/-R or DVD+RW/+R disc, select an
    appropriate audio format in the “Bilingual Recording Audio”
    menu. Refer to “Setting Bilingual Recording Audio” on
    page 32.
    • In order to dub a DVD recorded with the NTSC, set the “TV
    System” to “PAL”. Refer to “ TV System (Default: PAL)
    (DVD only)” on page 70.
    • If you stop the dubbing halfway, the contents will be dubbed
    up to where you stop the dubbing (except for the high speed
    dubbing). With high speed dubbing, nothing will be dubbed if
    you stop it halfway.
    • To stop the dubbing in progress, press [STOP C] (for HDD
    to DVD, DVD to HDD and VCR to HDD/DVD) or
    [EJECT\STOP A \ C] (for HDD/DVD to VCR) on the front
    panel or press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote
    control. If you stop the high speed dubbing or stop the
    dubbing copy-once programmes, confirmation message
    appears. Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK] to proceed.

    Recording

    *1 The recorded programme moves.
    *2 You cannot dub the recorded programme to HDD or
    DVD-RW again. (Copy control signal will be recorded to
    the videotape.) (Refer to page 28 for details about
    CPRM.)

    1

    “Auto”
    When “Auto” is selected as a recording mode, the unit
    calculates how much time is available on the disc and selects
    the best recording mode available automatically.
    • The recording may be cut short when the available recording
    space of the disc is too limited.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Videotape

    V*1,*2

    Connections

    DVD-RW (VR)

    DVD-RW (VR)
    (CPRM-compatible)

    • Duration of high speed dubbing will vary depending on the
    recording mode or the title amount.
    • High speed dubbing is not available when;
    - recording mode is set to other than “High”.
    - dubbing from a video mode DVD-RW/-R or DVD+RW/+R
    disc to the HDD.
    - there is not enough space in the disc.
    - dubbing a title recorded in EP or SLP mode to DVD+RW/
    +R discs.
    • High speed dubbing of an HDD title which has bilingual
    audio is only available to VR mode DVD-RW disc.

    Introduction

    Available dubbing direction for copy-once programme:



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    VCR to HDD / DVD
    You can copy the contents of a videotape to HDD or DVD disc.
    Limitation:
    • If a copy control signal is detected during dubbing, the
    dubbing will be stopped.
    • Copy-once programmes which are recorded directly
    from the TV can be dubbed to the HDD and CPRM
    compatible VR mode DVD-RW.
    • Copy-once programmes which are copied from the HDD
    / DVD to a videotape cannot be dubbed further from the
    videotape to the HDD / DVD.
    Limitation (VCR to HDD):
    • With VCR to HDD dubbing, the unit recognise the HDD’s
    remaining time as the dubbing duration. The maximum
    possible duration is 12 hours.
    Limitation (VCR to DVD):
    • You cannot dub to the finalised video mode DVDs.
    • You cannot dub to the protected VR mode DVDs.
    Preparing for dubbing:
    • Insert a videotape to be dubbed.
    Preparing for dubbing (VCR to HDD):
    • Make sure there is enough space on the HDD.
    Preparing for dubbing (VCR to DVD):
    • Insert a recordable DVD.
    • Make sure there is enough space on the DVD.
    HDD / DVD to VCR
    You can copy the contents of the HDD / DVD to a videotape.
    Limitation:
    • If a copy control signal is detected during dubbing, the
    dubbing will be stopped.
    Limitation (DVD to VCR):
    • The contents of DVDs made on this unit can be dubbed.
    Other discs may not be dubbed.
    Preparing for dubbing:
    • Insert a recordable videotape with a record tab intact.
    • Make sure that the videotape has enough space to
    record the contents.
    Preparing for dubbing (DVD to VCR):
    • Insert a disc to be dubbed.

    One Touch Dubbing
    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    (HDD to DVD only)
    During playback of the title you want to dub, press
    [DUBBING HDD M DVD] on the front panel.
    HDD to DVD dubbing will start right away.
    To stop the dubbing in progress:
    Press [STOP C] on the front panel.
    Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.

    Note
    • When dubbing from DVD to HDD, only One Touch Dubbing
    will be available for finalised DVD-R, video mode DVD-RW
    or DVD+R.
    • The dubbing will start from the beginning of the title being
    played back.
    • The unit will dub only the title being played back.
    • If the title was in the resume stop mode, the dubbing will
    start from the beginning to the end of the resume stopped
    title.
    • When dubbing from HDD to DVD or VR mode DVD-RW to
    HDD, recording mode will automatically be set to “High”
    whenever the conditions are met. (See page 41.)
    • If the high speed dubbing is not available, the title will be
    dubbed in normal speed with the recording mode of the title.
    • If the title is recorded in other brand’s DVD recorder, the title
    will be dubbed in normal speed with the recording mode that
    you set with [REC MODE].
    • If there is not enough space left on the disc for high/normal
    speed dubbing with the title’s recording mode, the title will be
    dubbed in normal speed with “Auto” mode. If there is not
    enough space left on the disc for normal speed dubbing with
    SLP mode, the title will be dubbed in normal speed with SLP
    mode until the space of the disc runs out.
    • If you press [DUBBING HDD M DVD] on the front panel in
    stop mode without selecting any title, the unit will start
    dubbing the last title in the Original List or the Playlist. It will
    start dubbing the title in the Original List if the Original List
    was the last selected list. It will start dubbing the title in the
    Playlist if the Playlist was the last selected list.

    One Touch Dubbing from VCR to DVD

    If you want to record a title in the videotape, press [VCR]
    first.

    1

    Press [PLAY B] to start the playback of the
    videotape you want to dub.

    2

    Press [STOP C] or [PAUSE F] where you want
    to start dubbing.

    3

    Press [DUBBING VCR M DVD] on the front
    panel.

    DVD-R

    VCR
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can start dubbing right away with just one touch.

    One Touch Dubbing between HDD and DVD

    The dubbing will start from there to the end.
    To stop the dubbing in progress:
    Press [STOP C] on the front panel.
    Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.

    If you want to record a title in the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you want to record a title in a disc, press [DVD] first.

    During playback of the title you want to dub, press
    [DUBBING].
    If you are playing back an HDD, HDD to DVD dubbing will start
    right away.
    If you are playing back a DVD, DVD to HDD dubbing will start
    right away.

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    Note
    • When dubbing starts, the video image may be distorted
    because of the Digital Tracking function. This is not a
    malfunction. Play the videotape until the image clears up
    and then start the dubbing.
    • Dubbing takes as much time as the playback does.



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    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    HDD to DVD / DVD to HDD / HDD to VCR / DVD to VCR

    3

    DVD-R

    e.g.) HDD A DVD

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    This function lets you select one specific title from the title list
    for dubbing.

    HDD
    DVD
    HDD
    VCR
    DVD
    VCR

    3

    Select “Dubbing” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Select a desired title to be dubbed using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Add” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    HDD

    e.g.) HDD Original

    4

    DVD

    3000 MB
    Dubbing List
    Add
    Delete All
    Dubbing Start

    1/1

    • If you have registered any dubbing before, they will be
    listed in the dubbing title list.

    Start Dubbing?
    Yes
    No

    Dubbing of the selected title will start.

    5

    To stop the dubbing in progress:
    Press [STOP C] on the front panel.
    Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    The title is now registered in the dubbing list.
    To cancel selected title:
    Select a title using [K \ L \ { \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK] again.

    6
    DVD-R

    Repeat step 5 until you register all the titles to
    be dubbed, then press [DUBBING].

    Editing

    Selected Title Dubbing

    Select a desired title using [K \ L \ { \ B], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Playback

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    HDD

    Recording

    Resume Playback
    Play From Start
    Edit
    Title Delete
    Add to Playlist
    Delete Multiple Titles
    Dubbing

    DVD
    HDD
    VCR
    HDD
    VCR
    DVD

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Press [TOP MENU].

    Connections

    Dubbing

    If you want to dub a title in the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you want to dub a title in a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1
    2

    Select your desired dubbing direction using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    (Refer to “VCR to HDD / DVD” on page 44.)

    Introduction

    One-Title Dubbing between HDD and
    DVD

    e.g.) HDD
    DVD+R

    VCR
    ORG

    1
    2

    In stop mode, press [SETUP].
    Select “Dubbing” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Title List

    21/ 01/ 09 07:00 22 SP
    07:00 (00:30:00)
    21/01/09

    2

    22 SP

    1

    1

    2

    4

    New

    5

    3

    1

    6

    VHS Functions

    Setup

    Function Setup

    DVD+RW

    General Setting
    Timer Programming
    Title List

    Press ‘DUBBING’ to confirm.

    1/6

    DVD Menu
    HDD Menu
    Dubbing

    To delete a title:

    EN

    Others

    1) Go to the dubbing list, then select a title using
    [K \ L]. Then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “Delete” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    3) Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

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    To move a title:
    1) Go to the dubbing list, then select a title using
    [K \ L]. Then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “Move” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    3) Select a desired insert point using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    VCR to HDD / DVD

    3

    Select “VCR A HDD” / “VCR A DVD” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) VCR A HDD
    HDD A DVD
    DVD A HDD
    HDD A VCR
    VCR A HDD
    DVD A VCR
    VCR A DVD

    To erase all the titles in the dubbing title list:
    1) Select “Delete All” in the dubbing menu using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK]. Final confirmation message will
    appear.
    3) Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    • To go back and forth between dubbing menu and
    dubbing list, use [{ \ B].

    7

    After adding all the titles you want, select
    “Dubbing Start” in the dubbing menu using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    8

    Select a desired recording mode using [{ \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select a desired recording mode using [{ \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    XP

    3000 MB

    Confirmation message will appear.

    5

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Start Dubbing?
    Yes
    No

    If dubbing continues when timer recording starts, the next
    display will appear.
    Timer Recording is in standby.
    Start Dubbing?
    Yes
    No

    e.g.) HDD A DVD
    High

    XP

    Dubbing will start.
    • It may take awhile to prepare for the dubbing.
    To stop the dubbing in progress:
    Press [STOP C] on the front panel.
    Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.

    Please select REC MODE.
    SP
    LP
    EP
    SLP Auto
    500 MB
    Dubbing Titles
    3000 MB

    e.g.) HDD A VCR
    Please select REC MODE.
    SP
    LP

    Confirmation message will appear.
    • Depending on the dubbing direction, the available
    recording mode varies.
    • When dubbing from HDD to DVD, you can select “High”
    to perform the high speed dubbing (refer to “Recording
    Mode for Dubbing” on page 41 for more details).

    9

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Start Dubbing?
    Yes
    No

    If dubbing continues when timer recording starts, the next
    display will appear.
    Timer Recording is in standby.
    Start Dubbing?
    Yes
    No

    Dubbing will start.
    • It may take awhile to prepare for the dubbing.
    To stop the dubbing in progress:
    Press [STOP C] on the front panel.
    Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.
    For “HDD to VCR” or “DVD to VCR”, press
    [EJECT\STOP A \ C] on the front panel.

    Note
    • Dubbing will be cancelled 2 minutes before starting timer
    recording.

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    Please select REC MODE.
    SP
    LP
    EP
    SLP

    Note
    • Dubbing will start where the tape is stopped.
    • After starting dubbing, the picture may be distorted because
    of the digital tracking function. This is not a malfunction. Be
    advised to play back the videotape until the picture is
    stabilised, then set the starting point at which you want to
    start recording, and start dubbing.
    • Dubbing will be cancelled 2 minutes before starting timer
    recording.
    • The device mode change is available only between HDD
    and DVD during the videotape to the HDD / DVD dubbing.

    Setting a Disc to Protect
    VR

    DVD-RW
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    To prevent accidental over-recording, editing or erasing of
    recordings, you can protect them using “Setup” menu.

    Insert a recordable disc.
    1 In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    2

    Select “DVD Menu” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Disc Protect OFF A ON” using [K \ L],
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    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The disc is protected.

    5

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Note

    Video

    VR

    Insert a recordable disc before finalising.
    1 In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    Auto Finalise
    Video

    DVD-RW
    DVD-R
    DVD+R
    You can finalise discs automatically when the disc space runs
    out if you set this in “Setup” menu.

    Select “DVD Menu” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    1

    3

    Select “Finalise” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “General
    Setting” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    2

    Select “Recording” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Auto Finalise” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “ON” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Finalising will start.
    To cancel finalising (DVD-RW disc only):
    At step 4, press [STOP C]. Select “Yes” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK]. Finalising is cancelled and the
    unit switches to stop mode.

    Editing

    Finalise disc?
    Yes
    No

    Auto Finalise
    ON
    OFF

    5

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Do you want to cancel?
    Yes
    No

    Function Setup

    Note
    • Auto finalise function is not available for discs formatted in
    VR mode or a DVD+RW disc.

    VHS Functions

    Finalising

    Playback

    2

    Recording

    DVD-RW
    DVD-RW
    DVD-R
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You will need to finalise discs to play them back in other units.
    Finalising may take from several minutes up to an hour.
    A shorter recording period on the disc will require a longer
    time period for finalisation. Do not unplug the mains cable
    during finalisation.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Finalising Discs

    Connections

    • The Disc Protect setting is available only when a disc
    recorded in VR or +VR mode is inserted.
    • You can select only “Disc Protect ON A OFF” when a
    protected disc is inserted.
    To cancel the disc protect:
    • Select “Disc Protect ON A OFF” at step 3, then select “Yes”.
    • If you insert a disc protected with this unit, “Disc Protect
    ON A OFF” will appear instead of “OFF A ON”.

    Note
    • Finalising a disc in video mode and +VR mode automatically
    creates a Title menu.
    • After you finalise the DVD+RW disc, you can call up the title
    list by pressing [TOP MENU], or you can call up the Title
    menu by pressing [DISC MENU].
    • Even after DVD+RW disc is finalised, you can still record or
    edit. After you finalise DVD-RW/-R or DVD+R disc, you
    cannot edit or record anything else on that disc.
    • To release the finalisation of the disc, select “Undo Finalise”
    at step 3.
    • To release the finalisation of the DVD+RW disc, make an
    additional recording to the disc.
    • For DVD+RW disc, if you have added or deleted chapters, or
    made chapters hidden, you must finalise the disc before
    being able to see those effects on other units. To play back
    discs other than DVD+RW disc in other DVD players, you will
    need to finalise.
    • If you insert a DVD-RW disc finalised with this unit,
    “Undo Finalise” will appear instead of “Finalise”.
    • DO NOT power off during finalising. This may result in a
    malfunction.

    Introduction

    4

    Page 45

    10%

    If “ ” appears when [STOP C] is pressed, you cannot
    cancel finalising because the finalising has already
    reached at a critical point in its process.
    If “No” is selected and [ENTER\OK] or [RETURN\BACK]
    is pressed, finalising is continued.

    Others

    You cannot cancel finalising a DVD-R and DVD+RW/+R
    disc once it has started.

    5

    Finalising is complete.

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    Playback
    8

    To eject the disc, press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to open the
    disc tray, then remove the disc. Press [OPEN\CLOSE A]
    to close the disc tray before turning off the unit.

    Basic Playback
    Note for HDD / DVD Playback

    Note

    The contents of an HDD / DVD are generally divided into titles.
    Titles are further subdivided into chapters depend on Auto
    Chapter setting (See page 31).
    Start Rec.

    Press [STOP C] to stop playback.

    Stop Rec./Start Rec.

    Title 1

    Stop Rec.

    Title 2

    • For DVD-R (video mode), DVD-RW (video mode) and
    DVD+R discs that are already finalised, a Title menu will be
    displayed instead of thumbnails.
    • After you finalise the DVD+RW, you can call up the Title list
    by pressing [TOP MENU], or you can call up the title menu
    by pressing [DISC MENU].
    • You can resume playback from where you stopped playing
    back the disc (Resume playback).
    See page 51 for details.
    • You can also start playback by pressing [PLAY B] instead of
    [ENTER\OK] at steps 6 and 7.
    • Some discs may start playback automatically.

    Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 2

    Playing Back an HDD / DVD-RW / DVD-R /
    DVD+RW / DVD+R Disc
    HDD
    DVD+RW

    1

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    Press [B ON\STANDBY] to turn on the unit.

    Press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to open the disc tray.
    Place the disc on the disc tray with its label
    facing up. Be sure to align the disc with the disc
    tray guide.

    Disc tray guide

    4
    5

    Press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to close the disc tray.
    Press [TOP MENU] to display the Title list.
    You can switch between the “Original” and “Playlist” in the
    HDD or VR mode DVD-RW disc using [DISC MENU].

    6

    Select the desired title using [K \ L \ { \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Pop up window will appear.

    7

    Select “Play From Start” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Playback will start.
    For title in the HDD, you can also select “Resume
    Playback” to play from the resume points.

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    DVD-V

    VCD

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Playing Back an HDD /
    DVD-RW / DVD-R / DVD+RW / DVD+R Disc” on
    this page.

    2

    Press [PLAY B] to start playback.

    DVD+R

    Turn on the TV and be sure to select the input to which the
    unit is connected.
    If you want to play back the titles in HDD, press [HDD]
    first, then proceed to step 5.
    If you want to play back a disc, press [DVD] first.

    2
    3

    Playing Back a DVD-V / Video CD
    (without PBC Function)

    Playback will start.
    If you play back a DVD-video, a disc menu may appear.
    See page 50 for details.

    3

    Press [STOP C] to stop playback.

    Note
    • Some discs may start playback automatically.
    • For playing back a video CD with PBC function, see page
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    CD

    MP3 JPEG DivX

    ®

    2

    If you want to play back an audio CD or a disc
    with a single file type (e.g, a disc containing
    MP3 files only), skip to step 4.
    If you want to play back a disc with mixed file
    types, proceed to step 3.

    3

    Select the desired file type using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Press [K \ L] to select the desired track / file or
    folder, then press [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) Photo (JPEG) files

    It is recommended that files to be played back in this unit
    are recorded under the following specifications:
    [MP3]
    • Sampling frequency
    • Constant Bit Rate

    Recording

    If you want to change the media type, press [{]. Select
    the desired media type using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK]. (You can also access the media type
    selection screen from the “Title List” in the “Setup” menu
    in stop mode.)
    • Video Files: The DivX® File List will appear.
    • Music: The MP3 File List will appear.
    • Photo: The JPEG File List will appear.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Follow steps 1 to 4 in “Playing Back an HDD /
    DVD-RW / DVD-R / DVD+RW / DVD+R Disc” on
    page 46.

    Connections

    1

    Note for audio CD tracks and MP3 / JPEG files:
    • Folders are shown with the
    icon.
    • Audio CD tracks are shown by
    .
    • MP3 files are shown with the
    icon.
    Playback will start from the selected track and continue
    with each one after.
    • JPEG files are shown with the
    icon.
    • The unit can recognise up to 255 folders and up to 99
    tracks / 999 files.
    • Letters of a file / folder name overflowing the given
    space will be displayed as “...”.
    • Unplayable folders and tracks / files may be displayed
    depending on the recording conditions.
    • For MP3 file recorded in Variable Bit Rate (VBR), the
    unit may not display the actual elapsed time.
    • If there are no files in the folder, “No Files” is displayed.
    • High resolution or large-size JPEG files take a few
    moments to be displayed.
    • It is not possible to play back progressive JPEGs (JPEG
    files saved in progressive format) on this unit.
    • It is not possible to play back JPEG files of 12 MB or
    more.

    Introduction

    Playing Back an Audio CD or a Disc with
    MP3 / JPEG / DivX® Files

    : 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
    : 112 kbps to 320 kbps

    [JPEG] Size of picture
    • Upper limit
    : 6,300 x 5,100 dots
    • Lower limit
    : 32 x 32 dots
    • Capacity limit
    : less than 12 MB

    File List

    • Files with extensions other than “.mp3 (MP3)” or “.jpg /
    .jpeg (JPEG)” will not be listed in the File List.
    • Some folders or tracks listed in the File List may be unplayable
    due to their recording status.
    • The File List displays only up to 8 folders and file names.

    A
    B
    JPEG file1
    JPEG file2
    JPEG file3
    JPEG file4
    JPEG file5
    JPEG file6

    If a track / file is selected:
    Playback will start.

    Function Setup

    If a folder is selected:
    The files in the folder will appear.
    Press [K \ L] to select the file or folder you want, then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Editing

    1/ 2

    Notes on JPEG:
    After file is displayed for 5 seconds or 10 seconds (set in the
    “Slide Show” on page 56), the display moves to the next file.
    During JPEG playback, press [B] or [{] to rotate a picture 90
    degrees clockwise or counterclockwise respectively. (Not
    available when the display menu appears.)

    Playback

    Note

    DISC NAME

    VHS Functions

    • You can also call up the file type selection screen by
    following the steps below;
    In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select “Title List” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK]. Select the media type
    using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    • To exit the File List, press [TOP MENU] or press
    [STOP C].
    • To resume the File List, press [TOP MENU].
    • Press [PLAY B], [ENTER\OK] or [B] to move to any
    lower folders.
    • Press [{] to move back to the folder above.

    Others

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    Playing Back a USB Device with MP3 /
    JPEG / DivX® Files

    2

    If you want to change the media type, press [{]. Select
    the desired media type using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK]. (You can also access the media type
    selection screen from the “Title List” in the “Setup” menu
    in stop mode.)
    • Video Files: The DivX® File List will appear (not
    guaranteed).
    • Music: The MP3 File List will appear.
    • Photo: The JPEG File List will appear.

    MP3 JPEG DivX

    ®

    You can play back the contents in a USB device.

    Note for DivX®
    • DivX® files recorded in USB device are not guaranteed to
    play back.

    Note for USB device
    • The unit cannot play back a USB device at the following
    condition.
    - During the operation of the disc tray.
    - During the disc loading, DVD recording, HDD/DVD/CD
    playback, editing or dubbing.
    - While “Title List” or “File List” of disc is displayed.
    - While “Setup”, “Timer Programming”, or “EPG” menu is
    displayed.
    • Do not disconnect the USB device while the indicator on
    the device is flickering.
    USB device requirements:
    • USB version 2.0 (Full Speed).
    • USB devices formatted with the FAT16 and FAT32 file
    systems are supported.
    • Up to 8 characters (excluding the extension) are displayed
    as a file and folder names. 9 or more characters cannot
    be displayed.
    • Files with extensions other than “.mp3 (MP3)”, “.jpg
    (JPEG)” or “.avi (DivX)” will not be listed in the File List.
    Compatible device:
    • USB flash memory
    Incompatible device:
    • USB hub
    • USB device with inner hub
    • PC
    • Cameras
    • Devices that need to install drivers
    (e.g. some MP3 players)
    • Bus-powered HDD

    1

    In stop mode, plug your USB flash memory.
    File type selection screen will appear.
    OPEN/CLOSE

    ON/STANDBY

    HDD
    HDD

    DUBBING
    REC
    VCR

    PROGRAM

    VCR DVD
    HDD DVD

    VCR

    HDD
    SELECT

    DVD
    REC

    DVD
    HDD/DVD

    USB

    front of this unit

    Title List
    HDD
    DISC
    USB

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    Video Files
    Music
    Photo

    DV IN

    Select the desired file type using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Follow the step 4 in “Playing Back an Audio CD
    or a Disc with MP3 / JPEG / DivX® Files” on page
    47.

    DivX® Subtitle
    The subtitle created by the user can be displayed during
    DivX® playback.

    1

    After the DivX® file is selected, “Subtitle List”
    will appear.
    Subtitle List
    DivX File1
    OFF
    SMI
    SRT
    SUB
    ASS
    SSA
    TXT

    2

    Select the desired extension of the subtitle file
    you want to display using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK]. DivX® with the subtitle starts
    playback. The subtitle cannot be displayed
    when the setting is “OFF”.
    • If there is more than one extension, the extension
    selection will appear in “Subtitle List”.

    Note
    • “DivX Subtitle” must be activated in the DivX® menu. (Refer
    to “DivX Subtitle” on page 72.)
    • Playback file and the subtitle file must have the same name.
    • Playback file and the subtitle file must locate in the same
    folder.
    • Only the subtitle files with the following extensions are
    supported; .smi (.SMI), .srt (.SRT), .sub (.SUB), .ass (.ASS),
    .ssa (.SSA), .txt (.TXT). (.sub (.SUB) and .txt (.TXT) files
    may not be recognised.)
    • The subtitles that exceed the playback time of the DivX® file
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    Introduction

    DivX® VOD
    DivX® VOD Rental

    DivX

    ®

    1
    2

    Press [SETUP].

    This rental has
    views left.
    Do you want to use one
    of your
    views now?
    Yes

    • You cannot play back the DivX® VOD files of which rental
    period has been expired. In such case, press [TOP MENU]
    and select other files that can be played back.

    Select “General Setting” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Select “DivX” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “DivX® VOD” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    DivX® VOD
    DivX Subtitle

    Your registration code will appear.
    DivX®VOD

    To learn more visit
    www.divx.com/vod

    Note

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    Others

    Use [{ \ B] to select “Yes” if you want to play back the file,
    or to select “No” if you do not want to play it back. Then
    press [ENTER\OK] to confirm the selection.

    VHS Functions

    Hint for the purchased or rental official DivX® Certified
    product
    • When you purchased or rental a DivX® file through the
    official site of DivX® video which is called DivX® Video-OnDemand (VOD) services, a registration code is required
    every time you get the new file from the DivX® VOD services.
    Refer to “DivX® VOD” on this page.
    • Some DivX® VOD files are restricted with the limited
    playable times (you cannot play them back beyond the limit).
    If your DivX® VOD file has such limit, the playback
    confirmation screen will appear.

    Function Setup

    [DivX®]
    • Official DivX® Certified product
    • Playable Codec of AVI files : DivX®3.x,
    DivX®4.x,
    DivX®5.x,
    DivX®6.x
    • Maximum size of image
    : 720 x 480 @30 fps
    720 x 576 @25 fps
    • Sampling frequency of audio : 8 kHz - 48 kHz
    • Audio type
    : MPEG1 audio layer 3 (MP3),
    MPEG1 audio layer 2,
    Dolby Digital

    • DivX® is a codec (compression/decompression) that can
    compress images to a very small amount of data. The
    software can compress video data from almost any sources
    to the size that can be sent on the Internet without
    compromising visual quality of the images.
    • For discs, a file with an extension of “.avi” and “.divx” can be
    played back as a DivX® file.
    • For USB device, a file with an extension of “.avi” can be
    played back as a DivX® file.
    • Files whose extension other than “.avi” and “.divx” will not be
    listed on the DivX® menu. However, unplayable groups or
    tracks may be displayed, depending on the recording
    conditions.
    • Even if the file has an extension of either “.avi” and “.divx”,
    this unit cannot play it back if it is recorded in the format
    other than DivX®.
    • Folders are known as Groups; files are known as tracks.
    • A symbol of
    is shown on the top of the file name.
    • A maximum of 255 folders or 999 files may be recognised in
    one disc.
    • Up to 8 hierarchies can be recognised in one folder. Files in
    the 9th or deeper hierarchies cannot be played back.
    • If the track extends beyond the scope of screen, a down
    arrow “ ” appears, indicating that the user can view
    another part on the next page. The current page number
    and the number of total pages are shown on the right of the
    down arrow “ ”.
    • Letters of a file / folder name overflowing the given space will
    be displayed as “...”.
    • You can play back the disc recorded in multi-session.
    • It may take awhile for audio and images to be output after
    you inserted a disc and pressed [PLAY B].
    • When playing back the files recorded in high bit rates, the
    images can be interrupted in some occasions.
    • Although DivX® logo has been obtained for this unit, it may
    not be able to play back some data, depending on the
    characteristics, bit rates, or audio format settings, etc.
    • Use the software recognised by the DivX, Inc. when you
    make DivX® files.
    • A DivX® file whose file size exceeds 2 GB cannot be played
    back.
    • If you try to play back the DivX® file that has the screen
    resolution which this unit does not support, the playback will
    be stopped and error message will appear.
    • If a large-sized DivX® file is selected, it may take awhile to
    start the playback (over 20 seconds sometimes).
    • If DivX® files written on CD discs cannot be played back,
    rewrite them on a DVD disc and try to play back.
    • For more information for DivX®, please visit
    http://www.divx.com.

    Editing

    It is recommended that files to be played back in this unit
    are recorded under the following specifications:

    Note for DivX®

    Playback

    • One registration code is only valid for one DivX® VOD file.
    • You must first download the file from the internet and play it
    back on this unit before you are able to get another code.
    • You must follow this step every time you purchase or rent a
    DivX® VOD file from the internet.
    • For more information for DivX®, please visit
    http://www.divx.com/vod.

    This rental is expired.
    Please push ‘TOP MENU’.

    Recording

    Your registration code is:

    Rental Expired

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    3

    No

    Connections

    This unit allows you to play back the files purchased or rented
    from DivX® Video-On-Demand (VOD) services. The files are
    available on the internet. When you purchase or rent
    DivX® VOD files on the internet, you will be asked to enter a
    registration code. This menu item provides you with the
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    • You cannot play back the DivX® VOD files obtained with
    different registration codes on this unit. Press [TOP MENU]
    and select other files that can be played back.
    • This unit does not support the DivX® file with UDF format.
    Authorization Error
    This player is not authorized to
    play this video.
    Please push ‘TOP MENU’.

    [the Number buttons]:
    Selects a numbered menu option (available on certain
    discs).

    3

    Press [TOP MENU] to exit.

    Note
    • [TOP MENU] will not be available for some DVDs.
    • Menus vary among discs. Refer to the information
    accompanying the disc for details.
    • For DVD+RW discs finalised on this unit, press
    [DISC MENU] to display the Title Menu.

    Playing Back Discs Using the Disc Menu
    DVD-V
    A DVD contains a disc menu, which lists the contents and
    enables you to customise playback. The menu may offer
    choices for subtitle languages, special features, and chapter
    selection. Usually this information appears automatically
    when you start playback, but sometimes you need to press
    [DISC MENU] to display the menu.

    1

    Press [DISC MENU].
    If the feature is not available, “ ” may appear on the TV
    screen. The displayed disc menu, which will vary among
    discs, and may be same with the Title menu.

    2

    Select an item using [K \ L \ { \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Repeat this step until all the features you want are set up
    or to start playing back the disc from the menu. The
    following operation is available.
    [the Number buttons]:
    Selects a numbered menu option (available on certain discs).

    3

    Press [DISC MENU] to exit the disc menu.

    PBC Function for Video CDs
    VCD
    This unit conforms to ver.1.1 and ver.2.0 of the video CD
    standard playback control (PBC) function. This enables you to
    play back interactive software using menu screens. Refer to
    the information accompanying the video CD.
    Ver.1.1 (without PBC function): You can still enjoy playback of
    pictures and music from the CD.
    Ver.2.0 (with PBC function): “Pbc” will appear on the screen
    and display when playing back a video CD with the PBC
    function.

    Note
    • When playing back video CDs with the PBC function, “Pbc”
    is displayed instead of the playing back time and current
    track indications on the front panel display.
    • Some operations cannot be performed unless the function is
    cancelled either automatically or intentionally by you.
    • Operations are not available when the PBC function is set to
    “ON”. In that case, it is indicated by the following symbol in
    this manual:

    Note
    VCD

    • Menus vary among discs. Refer to the information
    accompanying the disc for details.

    Playing Back a Disc Using the Title
    Menu

    (PBC OFF)

    Playing Back a Video CD Using the Title
    Menu

    Video

    DVD-RW
    DVD-V
    DVD-R
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    Some DVDs have a Title menu, which lists the titles available
    on the DVD. You can start playing back such discs at a
    specific title.

    On this unit, if you finalise video mode or +VR mode discs, a
    Title Menu will be created automatically.

    1

    If the feature is not available, “
    screen.

    When playing back a video CD with the PBC
    function, the Title Menu will appear
    automatically.

    2

    Press [the Number buttons] to select the
    desired title.
    Playback will start at the selected title.

    ” may appear on the TV

    Select a desired item using [K \ L \ { \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    The disc will start playing back at the title you selected.
    The following operations are available.
    [TOP MENU] button:
    Displays the DVD “Title Menu” which will vary between discs.
    [K \ L \ { \ B] buttons:
    Move the cursor from item to item on the screen.
    [ENTER\OK] button:
    Selects the currently highlighted menu option.

    50

    1

    Press [TOP MENU].
    The Title Menu will appear.
    • For some discs, the Title Menu appears automatically.

    2

    VCD

    EN

    3

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to go back to the Title
    menu.

    Note
    • While the On-Screen Display appears, you cannot perform
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    Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
    HDD

    VCD

    DVD+RW

    (PBC OFF)

    1

    2

    Select “DISC Playback Mode” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “PBC (Video CD only)” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    5

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    40x

    20x

    REV

    FWD

    5x

    REV

    FWD

    Normal
    speed
    playback

    REV

    FWD

    2x

    REV

    FWD

    20x

    REV

    40x

    VR

    DVD-RW

    CD

    VCD

    DVD-R

    MP3 JPEG

    DivX

    ®

    Editing

    You can resume playback from the point where you stopped it
    before.

    • Forward / reverse speeds are indicated with icons as follows.
    Forward (Approx. Speed):
    2x:
    20x:
    40x:
    Reverse (Approx. Speed):
    5x:
    20x:
    40x:

    Variable Skip / Variable Replay

    During playback, press [STOP C].

    HDD

    DVD-V

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    Playback

    Video

    DVD-RW

    (PBC OFF)

    1

    REV

    FWD

    Note

    Resume Playback

    DVD+R

    ®

    Recording

    Note

    DVD+RW

    DivX

    • For audio CDs and MP3 files approximate speed is fixed
    at 8x with sound.
    • For video CDs, approximate forward / reverse speeds
    are 2x, 8x and 16x.
    • For DivX® files, approximate forward speeds are 2x, 20x
    and 40x, and approximate reverse speeds are 5x, 20x
    and 40x.
    • To return to playback at normal speed, press [PLAY B].
    • Picture quality of DivX® files in fast reverse is lower than
    that in fast forward.
    • For some DivX® files, Fast forward/Fast reverse may not
    function.

    • The default setting of “PBC (Video CD only)” is “ON”.

    DVD-V

    VCD MP3

    CD

    During playback, press [FWD D] or [REV E].

    FWD

    To recall the PBC function, select “ON” at step 4 above.

    Special Playback

    DVD+R

    DVD-R

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Select “OFF” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    VR

    DVD-RW

    Each time you press [FWD D] or [REV E], the
    approximate speed will change as follows.
    Fast forward or fast reverse playback across titles (for
    DVDs) or tracks / files (for video CD / MP3 / DivX®) is not
    possible.

    Random Play
    Program Play
    PBC (Video CD only)

    4

    Video

    DVD-RW

    Connections

    Insert a video CD.
    1 In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    HDD

    DVD-V

    Introduction

    Cancelling and Recalling the PBC
    Function

    DVD-R

    The resume message will appear.
    DVD+RW

    Press [PLAY B].

    During playback, you can skip forward or backward by the
    amount of time you set in “Playback” menu. To set the time
    amount, refer to “ Variable Skip/Replay” on page 70.
    During playback, press [VARIABLE SKIP] if you want to
    skip forward. Press [VARIABLE REPLAY] if you want to
    skip backward.

    Pause

    To cancel the resume playback and start playing back the
    disc from the beginning:
    Press [STOP C] while playback is stopped.
    For HDD:
    You can set a resume point per every title.

    Note

    HDD
    DVD+RW

    1

    DVD-V
    DVD+R

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    CD

    DVD-R

    VCD MP3 JPEG DivX

    ®

    During playback, press [PAUSE F].
    Playback will pause with the sound muted.

    2

    Others

    For Discs:
    You can set only one resume point per disc.

    DVD+R

    VHS Functions

    In a few seconds, playback will resume from the point at
    which you stopped it before. Even if you turn off the unit,
    you can resume playback at the same point after turning
    back on the unit.
    For title in the HDD, you can also play from the resume
    point by selecting “Resume Playback” at step 7 of “Playing
    Back an HDD / DVD-RW / DVD-R / DVD+RW / DVD+R
    Disc” on page 46.

    Function Setup

    2

    Press [PLAY B] to resume playback.

    • For video CDs, if you turn PBC on using “Setup” menu, the
    resume function is cancelled.
    • For MP3 and JPEG files, playback will resume from the
    beginning of the track at which playback was stopped.

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    Step by Step Playback
    HDD

    DVD-V

    DVD+RW

    1
    2

    Zoom

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    HDD

    DVD-R

    VCD DivX

    ®

    DVD+R

    DVD+RW

    During playback, press [PAUSE F].
    Press [SKIP H \ G] repeatedly.
    Each time you press [SKIP G], playback will go forward
    one frame (or step) at a time with the sound muted.
    To go backward one frame (or step), press [SKIP H].

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    VCD JPEG DivX

    DVD+R

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.

    2

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    selection menu.
    T

    1/ 5 C

    1/ 5

    DVD Video

    Note

    Four options are available, “x1.0”, “x1.2”, “x1.5” and
    “x2.0”. These are displayed excluding the current zoom
    rate.

    • Only step by step forward is available when playing back
    video CDs and media with DivX® files.

    Slow Forward / Slow Reverse Playback
    DVD-V

    DVD+RW

    1

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    Each time you press [FWD D] or [REV E], the
    approximate speed changes as follows.
    (The sound will remain muted.)
    FWD

    REV

    FWD

    1/8x

    REV

    FWD

    1/16x

    REV

    FWD

    Pause

    REV

    FWD

    1/16x

    REV

    FWD

    1/8x

    REV

    1/3x

    Select the desired zoom factor to zoom using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    The zoom area is displayed.

    4

    ®

    During playback, press [PAUSE F], then press
    [FWD D] or [REV E].

    1/4x

    3

    VCD DivX

    DVD+R

    0:01:00 / 1:23:45

    × 1.2
    × 1.5
    × 2.0

    Press [PLAY B] to resume playback.

    HDD

    DVD-R
    ®

    1

    Press and hold [SKIP G] to continue going forward.
    To continue going backward, press and hold [SKIP H].

    3

    DVD-V

    Select the desired zoom position using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Zoom playback will start.

    Note
    • To cancel the zoom function, select “x1.0” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    • If selecting a smaller factor than that currently selected, the
    zoom area is not displayed.
    • You cannot slide the zoomed picture on some JPEG files.

    Marker Setup
    To return to normal playback, press [PLAY B].
    DVD-V

    HDD

    Note
    • Forward / reverse speeds are indicated with icons as follows.
    Forward (Approx. Speed):
    1/16x:
    1/8x:
    1/3x:
    Reverse (Approx. Speed):
    1/16x:
    1/8x:
    1/4x:
    • For some DivX® files, Slow forward may not function.
    • Only slow forward is available when playing back video CDs
    and media with DivX® files.

    DVD-R

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD+RW

    DVD+R

    CD

    VCD
    (PBC OFF)

    You can assign a specific point on a disc to return later.

    1
    2

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    marker list.
    e.g.) DVD-video
    T

    1/ 5 C

    1/ 5

    0:01:00 / 1:23:45
    DVD Video

    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6

    3

    -------------

    Select the desired marker number using [K \ L].
    When the disc reaches the desired point, press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The title (track) number and the time are displayed.

    4

    52

    EN

    To return to the marker, select the desired
    marker number using [K \ L], then press
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    1

    During recording, press [PLAY B].
    Playback of the title you are recording will start from the
    beginning.
    • Elapsed playback time will be displayed on the front
    panel display.

    2

    To stop the playback, press [STOP C] once.

    To playback a title being recorded while continuing to
    record, refer to “Chasing Playback during Recording” on
    this page (available only with HDD).

    Note
    • Video CD, audio CD, MP3/JPEG files recorded on a disc
    and DivX® files can also be played back during HDD
    recording.

    Playback

    The front panel display will switch back to show the
    elapsed recording time.
    If you press [STOP C] twice, recording will stop.

    HDD
    With regard to HDD, you can continue recording a programme
    while playing back another title in the same component
    (HDD).
    To do so, press [TOP MENU] during recording and select a
    title you like to play back, and then press [PLAY B].
    (You can also start the playback from the title list menu.)

    Using the [TIME SLIP] button

    Editing

    With [TIME SLIP], even if you leave your couch while you are
    watching TV through this unit, you can come back and watch
    the rest of the programme right from where you left at any the
    convenient time with just one button.

    1

    When you leave the TV, press [TIME SLIP] twice.
    (When you are recording the TV programme to
    HDD, press once.)

    Function Setup

    Unless the unit is in HDD recording mode, the unit will
    start recording the TV broadcast with the first press. With
    the second press, or the first press when the unit is in
    HDD recording mode, the image will be paused while the
    recording continues. (It is as if you have paused the live
    TV broadcast.)

    2

    When you come back, press [TIME SLIP] again.

    VHS Functions

    The pause will be cancelled, and the playback will start
    from the point where the image is paused in step 1.
    • While viewing the recorded content, you can pause and
    resume the playback by pressing [TIME SLIP].

    3

    Recording

    You can play back a title being recorded from the beginning
    while recording continues.

    Simultaneous Playback and Recording
    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    HDD

    Connections

    Chasing Playback during Recording

    Note
    • [TIME SLIP] is not available during DVD recordings.
    • If you press [TIME SLIP] when the unit is in DVD mode, the
    output mode will automatically be switched to HDD, and the
    unit will start chasing playback of the title being recorded.
    • You can also use the special playback functions such as
    [REV E], [FWD D] etc. during chasing playback mode.
    • The programs you recorded with [TIME SLIP] will be stored
    in the title list.
    • [REC I] is invalid during chasing playback.
    • You can no longer fast forward the playback when it comes
    to a few seconds before the current recording point.

    Introduction

    Note
    • To clear a marker, select the marker number you want to
    clear, then press [CLEAR].
    • You can mark up to 6 points.
    • All markers are erased when you perform the following
    operations.
    - Opening the disc tray (DVD/CD only)
    - Turning off the power (DVD/CD only)
    - Making additional recording on the disc (DVD only)
    - Editing any title (DVD only)
    - Dividing the title (HDD only)
    - Deleting a scene of the title (HDD only)
    - Changing the mode between Original and Playlist. (VR
    mode DVD-RW disc only)
    • Marker setting is not available when you play back the video
    CD with PBC function.

    Press [STOP C] once to resume live TV.
    Press [STOP C] twice to stop the recording.

    Others

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    Track Search

    Search

    CD

    DVD+RW

    DVD-V

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    DVD+R

    Using [SKIP H \ G] buttons
    1 During playback, press [SKIP G] to skip the
    current track and move to the next.
    The unit moves to the next track one after another.
    To go back to the previous track, press [SKIP H] twice
    in quick successions. The unit moves backward one track
    at a time.

    Using [SKIP H \ G] buttons
    1 During playback, press [SKIP G] to skip the
    current title or chapter and move to the next.
    The unit moves to the next title or chapter one after
    another.
    To go back to the previous title or chapter, press
    [SKIP H] twice in quick successions.

    Note
    • With regard to HDD, chapter search using [SKIP H \ G]
    is available only within the same title.

    Using the [DISPLAY] button
    1 During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.

    2

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    for the title number is highlighted.

    Title Search

    3

    ®

    (PBC OFF)

    Title / Chapter Search
    HDD

    VCD MP3 JPEG DivX

    Enter the desired title number to search for
    using [K \ L] or [the Number buttons], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Title search will start.

    Using the [DISPLAY] button
    1 During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    2 Select the
    icon using [{ \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    for the track number is highlighted.

    3

    Enter the desired track number to search for
    using [K \ L] or [the Number buttons], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Track search will start.

    Note
    • For video CDs, you can perform the track search function in
    stop mode without turning PBC off manually.
    • During Random playback or Programme playback, you
    cannot search the desired track.

    Direct Search
    CD
    You can search the desired track directly.

    Note
    • Total number of chapters and playback time of the selected
    title are also displayed.

    Chapter Search

    3
    4

    Press [{ \ B] to highlight the number displayed
    in the right side of the
    icon.
    Enter the desired chapter number to search for
    using [K \ L] or [the Number buttons], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Chapter search will start.

    Note
    • The title number and playback time of the selected chapter
    are also displayed.

    54

    EN

    Using [the Number buttons]
    1 During playback, if the display menu is not
    displayed, press [the Number buttons] to enter
    the desired track number.
    Note
    • During Random playback or Programme playback, you
    cannot search the desired track directly.



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    HDD
    DVD+RW

    DVD-V

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD+R

    DVD-R

    VCD DivX

    ®

    CD

    (PBC OFF)

    2

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Track:
    The current track will be played back repeatedly.
    (audio CD, video CD, MP3, JPEG and DivX® only)

    3
    4

    Press [{ \ B] to highlight

    .

    Enter the desired time to search for using
    [K \ L] or [the Number buttons], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Time search will start.

    Note

    Recording

    • During Random playback or Programme playback, you
    cannot search the desired time.
    • The title number and chapter number of the setting time are
    also displayed.
    • Time search function is available only in the same track or
    title.

    Note
    • To cancel the repeat playback, select “OFF” at step 3. The
    repeat setting is also cancelled when you stop playback.
    • Point B for the repeat A-B playback should be set within the
    same title or track as point B.
    • You cannot select “Group” during the random playback of
    MP3 and JPEG files.
    • Chapter / Track repeat will be cancelled whenever a Chapter
    / Track is skipped forward or backward.
    • For some DivX® files, A-B Repeat playback may not function.
    • For video CDs with PBC function, repeat playback does not
    work while the PBC function is on.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Group:
    The current group will be played back repeatedly.
    (MP3, JPEG and DivX® only)

    for the title or track number is highlighted.

    Connections

    1

    Introduction

    A-B:
    The A-B point will be played back repeatedly.
    (HDD, DVD, audio CD, video CD and DivX® only)
    When pressing [ENTER\OK] while A-B is highlighted,
    A-B repeat is set.
    • Press [ENTER\OK] again to decide the starting point
    (A).
    • Press [ENTER\OK] after setting point (A) to select the
    ending point (B).

    Time Search

    Random Playback

    DVD+RW

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD+R

    1
    2
    VCD

    CD

    ®

    1

    3

    Select the desired option to repeat using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Title:
    The current title will be played back repeatedly.
    (HDD, DVD only)
    Chapter:
    The current chapter will be played back repeatedly.
    (HDD, DVD only)

    Select “Music” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK] twice.
    JPEG files:
    Select “Photo” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK], and select “Random Play” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Random playback will start.

    Note
    • To cancel random playback, press [STOP C] twice during
    random playback. “OFF” appears on the screen.
    • For video CDs with PBC function, the PBC setting will be
    switched to off automatically when you start random
    playback.
    • During random playback, if you forward the track to the end,
    the playback speed of the next track will be normal.
    • During random playback, you cannot use the search
    function except for the search with [SKIP H \ G]. By
    pressing [SKIP H], you can return only to the beginning of
    the current track.

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    Others

    All:
    The current disc will be played back repeatedly.
    (DVD-RW (VR mode), audio CD, video CD, MP3, JPEG
    and DivX® only)

    Audio CD / video CD:
    Select “Random Play” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    MP3 files:

    VHS Functions

    The selected repeat playback will start.
    The following operations are available.

    3

    Function Setup

    2

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    selection menu.

    Select “DISC Playback Mode” or “USB Playback
    Mode” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    “DISC Playback Mode” or “USB Playback Mode” menu
    will appear.

    (PBC OFF)

    MP3 JPEG DivX

    In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    Editing

    DVD-R

    DVD-V

    VCD MP3 JPEG
    (PBC OFF)

    You can use this function to play back a disc randomly instead
    of in the recorded order.

    Repeat Playback
    HDD

    CD

    Playback

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    Programme Playback

    Selecting the Format of Audio and
    Video

    VCD

    CD

    (PBC OFF)

    You can programme the disc to play back in your desired
    order.

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 2 in “Random Playback” on
    page 55.

    2

    Select “Programme Play” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select the desired track using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK] or [B].
    DISC Playback Mode

    Switching Subtitles
    VR

    DVD-V

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    --

    Total

    DVD-RW

    DVD+R DivX

    ®

    DVD+RW

    Many DVD-videos have subtitles in one or more languages.
    The available languages are usually printed on the disc case.
    You can switch subtitle languages at any time during
    playback.

    1

    Programme Play

    4

    You can select the format of audio and video to suit the
    content of the disc you are playing back.

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    Or press [SUBTITLE] during playback and follow from
    step 3.

    2

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    selection menu.

    3

    Select the desired subtitle language using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    0:00:00

    Subtitles are displayed in the selected language.
    If you select “OFF”, subtitles will disappear.

    Press [PLAY B] to start programme playback.

    Note

    Note
    • To erase tracks you selected, press [CLEAR].
    • You can make up to 50 track settings.
    • To cancel programme playback, press [STOP C] twice
    during programme playback. “OFF” appears on the screen.
    • You may also select the desired track using
    [the Number buttons] at step 3.
    • For video CDs with PBC function, the PBC setting will be
    switched to off automatically when you start programme
    playback.
    • During programme playback, if you forward the track to the
    end, the playback speed of the next track will be normal.
    • During programme playback, you cannot use the search
    function except for the search with [SKIP H \ G].

    • With some discs it is only possible to change the subtitle
    language from the disc menu. Press [TOP MENU] or
    [DISC MENU] to display the disc menu.
    • If a 4-digit language code appears in the subtitle menu at
    step 3, refer to the “Language Code” on page 82.
    • For media with DivX® files, the screen only displays the
    number of subtitle languages.

    Switching Audio Soundtrack
    VR

    HDD

    DVD-V

    DVD-RW

    CD

    VCD DivX

    ®

    You can select the display time between 5 seconds and 10
    seconds.

    When playing back a DVD-videos recorded with two or more
    soundtracks (often in different languages), you can switch
    among them during playback.
    When playing back the titles in HDD or VR mode DVD-RW
    discs recorded with bilingual audio, you can switch to main
    audio (L), sub audio (R) or a combination of both (L / R).
    When playing back audio CDs or video CDs, you can switch
    among the left, the right channel and stereo.

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 2 in “Random Playback” on
    page 55.

    1

    2

    Select “Photo” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Slide Show” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select the display time using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    5

    Press [SETUP] to exit.

    Slide Show
    JPEG

    Note
    • Large-size JPEG files take a few moments to be displayed.

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    EN

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    Or press [AUDIO D] during playback and follow from
    step 3.

    2

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
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    Select a desired audio soundtrack or audio
    channel using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Note

    DVD-V

    HDD

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    1
    2

    Virtual Surround menu will appear.

    3

    Select “OFF”, “Type 1” or “Type 2” using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) DVD-video
    1/ 5 C

    1/ 5

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The angle will switch each time you press [ENTER\OK].

    Note
    • If the Angle Icon setting is “OFF” in “Setup” menu, the
    icon will appear only when the disc is played back and the
    Display menu appears. (See page 69.)
    • Even when the
    icon is not displayed, you can select the
    angle if the currently played back title has at least two multiangle scenes.

    Reducing Block Noise
    HDD
    DVD+RW

    DVD-V
    DVD+R

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    VCD DivX

    ®

    1

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.

    2

    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    selection menu.
    Noise Reduction menu will appear.

    3

    Select the desired option using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    This function reduces noise in the playback picture. When
    playing back discs recorded in long time modes such as EP or
    SLP, select “Type 1” or “Type 2”.
    “Type 2” is more effective.
    When playing back discs with a little noise, such as DVDvideos, select “OFF”.

    Function Setup

    T

    2

    0:01:00 / 1:23:45
    DVD Video

    OFF
    Type 1
    Type 2

    No effect
    Natural effect
    Emphasised effect

    VHS Functions

    OFF:
    Type 1:
    Type 2:

    Editing

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.
    If the display menu is already shown, skip to step 2.
    Select the
    icon using [{ \ B] to display the
    selection menu.

    The angle icon appears when a switching camera angle is
    available. (Available only when the angle icon appears in
    bottom right on the TV screen.)

    Playback

    DVD-R
    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    CD MP3
    You can enjoy stereophonic virtual space through your
    existing 2 channel stereo system.

    During playback, press [DISPLAY] to bring up
    the display menu.

    Recording

    Switching Virtual Surround System

    1

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    • For some discs, it is only possible to change the soundtrack
    from the disc menu. Press [TOP MENU] or [DISC MENU] to
    display the disc menu.
    • When outputting the audio signal from the DIGITAL AUDIO
    OUT (COAXIAL) or when connected to the Dolby Digital
    Stream compatible TV with an HDMI cable, you cannot
    switch to the main audio (L) or sub audio (R) when playing
    back a title in HDD or VR mode DVD-RW with “Dolby Digital”
    set to “Stream”. If you want to switch the audio, set “Stream”
    to “PCM”. (See page 69.)

    DVD-V
    Some DVD-videos feature scenes shot from two or more
    angles. The disc case is usually marked with an angle icon if
    the disc has multi-angle scenes.

    Connections

    With a DVD-video, VR mode DVD-RW, or DivX® files:
    Audio soundtrack will switch.
    Example:
    English J Spanish J French
    If the title contains both main and sub audio, you can
    further select L (main), R (sub), L/R (mixed of main and
    sub).
    With an audio CD or video CD:
    The Audio channel will switch.
    Example:
    L/R J L J R

    Switching Camera Angles

    Introduction

    3

    Page 57

    Note
    • Select Virtual Surround to “OFF” in case the sound is
    distorted.
    • The setting will be kept “OFF” when the unit is turned off.

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    Editing
    1
    2

    Guide to a Title List
    Title list allows you to check the titles recorded on the disc
    easily. You can choose a title to play back from this list and
    easily edit the titles as you prefer.

    Press [HDD] or [DVD], then press [TOP MENU].

    2 1

    6
    ORG

    Title List

    ABCDE
    11:00 (10:00:00)

    27/03/09

    125 SP

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    1/6

    3 4

    5

    4

    Title name.
    Title information, which displays recorded time,
    length of the title, date / month / year, recorded CH,
    and the recording mode.
    3 Title list: List of titles recorded on the HDD or disc.
    Each title is indicated by its index picture. Index
    picture for the selected title can be seen in motion.
    Following icons may be displayed on the index
    picture.
    : Indicating the title has never been played back
    yet.
    : Indicating the title is protected.
    : Indicating the title is a copy-protected title.
    1 : Indicating the title is a copy-once programme.
    I : If you call up the title list while recording, “I”
    will be displayed on the index picture of the title
    currently being recorded.
    For DVD+RW/+R, empty title always appears
    at the last of the title list.
    4 Arrow: Indicating there is a previous / next page.
    5 Title list page number: Current page / total pages.
    6 Title list icon, which indicates a type of the
    displayed title list.
    : HDD (Original) mode
    : HDD (Playlist) mode
    : VR (Original) mode
    : VR (Playlist) mode
    : +VR mode
    : Video mode
    7 Submenu: Submenus for the selected menu are
    displayed here.
    8 Title name (editable): If you do not name the title,
    the recorded date, time, channel, and the recording
    mode are displayed here.
    9 Progress bar: Indicating the progress of the
    playback.
    10 Preview window: Preview of the selected title is
    displayed here.
    11 Playback status: Indicating the current playback
    status of the selected title.
    ORG

    ORG

    Edit

    PL

    1

    ORG

    Scene Delete
    Edit Title Name
    Chapter Mark
    Protect

    PL

    +VR

    Video

    23/03/09 18:00 22 SP

    0:00:59

    11 10

    9

    8

    7

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit the title list.

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    Editing Discs

    HDD

    : Available to edit in the HDD Original

    Original
    VR

    DVD-RW

    Note
    • It is not possible to retrieve deleted titles.
    If you want to edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you want to edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1

    Title List will appear.
    For HDD and VR mode DVD-RW disc, press
    [DISC MENU] to switch between “Original” and “Playlist”.

    2
    3

    Playlist

    e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW Original
    Play From Start
    Edit
    Title Delete
    Add To Playlist
    Dubbing

    4

    Final confirmation message will appear. Select “Yes”
    using [K \ L], and then press [ENTER\OK].
    Title is deleted.

    5

    Press [STOP C] to exit.
    Writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Note
    • If you delete the title in DVD+RW disc, deleted title will be
    displayed as “Empty”.
    • You cannot overwrite on the “Empty”.

    Using these editing functions to modify copyrighted
    content for any purpose other than your private viewing
    may be prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United
    States and other countries, and may subject you to civil
    and criminal liability.

    VHS Functions

    About Edit Mark:
    Edit marks will be added automatically where title is edited, for
    example where a title is divided or combined. These marks
    work as chapter marks when you search for a chapter, but
    cannot be deleted like chapter marks. Also, when a title with
    chapter marks are dubbed from DVD to the HDD, those marks
    become edit marks once they are dubbed to the HDD.

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Delete this title?
    Yes
    No

    : Available to edit in the HDD Playlist
    : Available to edit in the VR mode
    DVD-RWs Playlist

    Select “Title Delete” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Function Setup

    DVD-RW

    Select the desired title with [K \ L \ { \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Pop up window will appear.

    Playlist
    VR

    In stop mode, press [TOP MENU].

    Editing

    HDD

    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can delete titles you do not want to keep.
    When an Original is deleted from HDD or VR mode DVD-RW
    disc, the recordable disc space will increase. Even when a
    Playlist is deleted, the original of the Playlist will remains, and
    recordable disc space will not increase.
    Recordable disc space of video mode DVD-RW and DVD+RW
    disc will increase when the last title on the title list is deleted.
    However, deleting the title will not change recordable disc
    space for DVD-R and DVD+R disc.

    : Available to edit in the VR mode
    DVD-RWs Original

    Playlist:
    Playlist is the copy of the Original. You can edit the titles in the
    Playlist as you like without affecting the original data in the
    Original. It works like a backup for the Original. Delete a
    Playlist does not delete the corresponding Original. But if you
    delete an Original, the corresponding Playlists will be deleted.
    Playlist is available only for the HDD and the VR mode DVDRWs.

    DVD-R

    Playback

    Original

    VR

    DVD-RW

    Recording

    Original:
    Original is the list of the recorded programmes (titles) when
    they are recorded. Original is available for HDD and DVD-RW.
    Please note that editing the titles in the Original is like editing
    the original data. For example, if you erase a title in the
    Original, the title cannot be recovered.

    Video

    DVD-RW

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    What “Original” or “Playlist” is for?
    There are 2 types for the title list: Original and Playlist.

    HDD

    Connections

    You will find editing discs is easy. This unit offers convenient
    edit functions.
    You can edit the following from a title list.
    • Assigning a name to a title
    • Dividing a title
    • Combining titles
    • Adding titles to a Playlist
    • Setting or releasing the title protection
    • Adding or deleting chapter marks
    • Deleting titles or parts of titles
    (Possible editing functions depend on the recording format
    and editing method.)

    Introduction

    Deleting Titles

    Note
    Others

    • A Playlist is not available for DVD-R or video mode DVD-RW
    and DVD+RW/+R discs.
    • It is not possible to edit a disc recorded in another video
    system other than PAL, such as NTSC.
    • After finalising a DVD-RW/-R or DVD+R disc, you cannot
    edit any information that is on that disc.

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    5

    Deleting Selected Titles

    To enter the title name, refer to “Guide to
    Editing Title Names” on this page.
    ORG

    HDD

    Edit

    Edit Title Name

    You can delete titles which you do not need anymore.
    Please be advised that the titles once deleted cannot be
    brought back.

    1
    2
    3

    Select the title you want to delete using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    6

    C
    c
    3
    ?

    0:00:59

    When you finish entering the title name, press
    [ENTER\OK].

    6

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The name you edited becomes the title.

    7

    Select other title you want to delete using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.
    Writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Guide to Editing Title Names

    Repeat step 4 until you select all the titles you
    want to delete.

    Step 1 : Select the desired character set using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    To remove the trash mark from the title:
    Select the title with the trash mark, then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Step 2 : Using the list below as a guide, press
    [the Number buttons] repeatedly until the desired
    letter appears.

    Press [CLEAR].

    Select

    Confirmation message will appear.

    7

    B
    b
    2
    !

    2 3/03/09 18:00 22 SP

    Select “Delete Multiple Titles” using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    Trash mark will appear whose title number is highlighted
    for deletion.

    5

    A
    a
    1
    @

    Press [HDD], then press [TOP MENU].

    Resume Playback
    Play From Start
    Edit
    Title Delete
    Add to Playlist
    Delete Multiple Titles
    Dubbing

    4

    1

    Press

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Final confirmation message will appear. Select “Yes”, then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    ABC

    abc

    123

    @!?

    <space>

    <space>

    0

    <space>

    ! ”# $ % & ’( )
    ∗+,-./:;<=>
    ?@[]^_{|}





    1

    ABC

    abc

    2



    DEF

    def

    3



    GHI

    ghi

    4



    DVD+RW
    DVD+R
    You can edit the title names from this menu.
    The title names you edit will appear on the title list.

    JKL

    jkl

    5



    MNO

    mno

    6



    PQRS

    pqrs

    7



    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    TUV

    tuv

    8



    WXYZ

    wxyz

    9



    Editing Title Name
    HDD

    1

    Video

    VR

    DVD-RW

    DVD-RW

    DVD-R

    In stop mode, press [TOP MENU].
    Title List will appear.
    For HDD and VR mode DVD-RW disc, press
    [DISC MENU] to switch between “Original” and “Playlist”.

    2

    Select the desired title with [K \ L \ { \ B],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Pop up window will appear.

    3

    Select “Edit” with [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Edit menu will appear.

    4

    Select “Edit Title Name” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    A window for entering the title name will appear.

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    • Characters set will be changed to the “@!?” automatically if
    you press [1] after you selected the “ABC” or “abc” mode.

    Note
    • To delete letters, press [CLEAR] repeatedly. Press and hold
    [CLEAR] to delete all letters.
    • Press [{ \ B] to move the cursor to the left or right.
    • You can enter up to 30 letters.
    • Unrecognisable characters will be replaced with asterisks
    (*). If you delete them, adjoining characters may change to
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    Adding or Deleting Chapter Marks at
    once for Video Mode DVD-RW disc

    VR

    HDD

    DVD-RW

    Video

    DVD+RW

    DVD+R

    You can add chapter marks to a title. After a title is marked
    with chapters, you can use the chapter search feature.
    You can set a chapter mark anywhere you want.

    Press [DVD] first.

    Follow the steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name”
    on page 60.

    1

    2

    Select “Chapter Mark” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Follow the steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name”
    on page 60.

    2

    3

    Use [SKIP H \ G], [REV E], [FWD D],
    [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to find where you
    want to create a new chapter mark.
    Or, use [SKIP H \ G] to find a chapter mark
    that you want to delete.

    Select “Chapter Mark” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select the desired interval using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    You cannot delete the first chapter of a title.

    5

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Deleting a chapter mark:
    If you select “Delete” at step 4, the chapter mark you
    selected is deleted.

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.

    Note
    • Maximum numbers of chapter for each media:
    HDD
    : 99 chapters per title

    Writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Note
    • You cannot select the chapter mark the title of which is less
    than 5 minutes.
    • You cannot select a chapter mark interval that exceeds the
    length of a title.
    • The length of chapters may slightly deviate from the one
    specified at the step 3.
    • A chapter mark may be delayed depending on the recording
    content.
    • Maximum number of chapter for video mode DVD is 99
    chapters per disc and title.
    • You may not add any chapter marks to the title dubbed from
    HDD.

    : 999 chapters per entire Playlist and
    Original

    Function Setup

    VR mode DVD

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.

    Editing

    For DVD, the data will be written onto the disc
    momentarily.
    This operation may take awhile to be completed.

    5

    Playback

    Adding a chapter mark:
    If you select “Add” at step 4, a new chapter mark is
    created at the point you specified.

    6

    Chapter marks are added.
    If you select “OFF” at step 3, all the chapter marks are
    erased.

    Select “Add” or “Delete” accordingly using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Recording

    4

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    1

    Connections

    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    DVD-RW
    For titles in video mode DVD-RW disc, you can set or edit
    chapter at every selected time interval at once. You can also
    clear all the chapter marks at once.
    You can only specify the interval of chapter marks that last for
    more than 5 minutes.

    Introduction

    Adding or Deleting Chapter Markers
    Manually

    +VR mode DVD : 254 chapters per disc, 99 chapters per
    title

    VHS Functions

    Besides the mentioned above, the number of chapters
    may be different according to the recording time.
    • Only with regard to DVD editing, you may not be able to add
    chapter marks depending on the duration of the title or the
    number of chapters.
    • Only with regard to DVD editing, remaining time of the disc
    may decrease when adding chapter marks or increase when
    clearing chapter marks depending on the recording time or
    edited contents.

    Others

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    Hiding Chapters

    Dividing a Title
    VR

    DVD+RW

    DVD+R

    You can hide chapters from the title list.
    Hidden chapters are skipped during playback.
    Press [DVD] first.

    1

    Follow the steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name”
    on page 60.

    2

    Select “Hide Chapter” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Use [SKIP H \ G], [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F]
    to decide the chapter to be hidden.

    4
    5

    HDD

    DVD-RW

    DVD+RW

    Playlist

    You can divide a title into two new titles.
    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1

    Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name” on
    page 60.

    2

    Use [SKIP H \ G], [REV E], [FWD D],
    [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to find where you
    want to divide the title.

    Select “Hidden” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select “Title Dividing” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    The title is divided into two new titles with the same title
    names.
    For DVD+RW : Writing onto the disc starts. It may take
    awhile to write the data on a disc.

    If you want hidden chapters to be “Visible”, select the
    chapter to be shown. Then use [K \ L] to select
    “Visible” at the step 4 on this page.
    Data will be written onto the disc momentarily.

    For HDD and VR mode DVD-RW disc
    : Proceed to step 5.

    Note
    • “Hidden” will be displayed in the preview window while
    previewing the hidden chapter.
    • When you make all chapters in the title “Hidden”, “Hidden” is
    displayed in a thumbnail of the title list.

    5

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Note

    Protecting Titles
    VR

    HDD
    Original

    DVD-RW
    Original

    To prevent the accidental editing or erasing of the titles, you
    can protect them in the Original menu.
    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1

    Follow the steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name”
    on page 60.

    2

    Select “Protect” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Press [ENTER\OK] again.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.
    • If the title is already protected, “ON A OFF” will appear
    instead. Press [ENTER\OK], to release the title from
    protection.
    • The protected title will be marked with
    icon.

    4

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.
    To protect a whole disc
    (VR mode DVD-RW and DVD+RW/+R discs only):
    Select “Disc Protect OFF A ON” from “DVD Menu”, then
    select “Yes”. Refer to “Setting a Disc to Protect” on
    page 44.

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    • You cannot divide a title of the disc when the number of
    recording titles reaches the maximum of 600 (HDD), 99
    (-RW) or 49 (+RW), or the number of recording chapters
    reaches the maximum of 999 (-RW) or 254 (+RW).
    • If there is not enough recordable space left in HDD, you
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    Note
    • To delete a title from the Playlist, refer to “Deleting Titles” on
    page 59.
    • When the number of the Playlist reaches its maximum (refer
    to page 29), or when the number of the total chapter marks
    of the Playlists reaches 999 (only for VR mode DVD-RW),
    “Add To Playlist” cannot be selected.

    VR

    DVD-RW

    HDD

    Playlist

    Playlist

    You can combine two titles into a single title.

    1

    Deleting All Playlists

    Follow steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name” on
    page 60.
    Select “Title Combining” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Select another title to combine using
    [K \ L \ { \ B], then press [ENTER\OK].

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    The two titles will combine into a single title.
    e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW Playlist
    Edit - Title Combining

    1

    1 LP
    03/01/09

    Press [SETUP].

    3

    Select “Delete All Playlists” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Select “DVD Menu” (for DVD) or “HDD Menu”
    (for HDD) using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW

    Title List

    01/01/09 12:00
    12:00 (2:30:00)

    1 LP
    2

    1
    2

    1 LP
    01/01/09

    Format
    Finalise
    Disc Protect OFF A ON
    Delete All Playlists

    1 LP

    3

    1

    2

    3

    6

    4

    5

    6

    1 + 2 Combining selected titles?
    4

    Yes
    5
    No

    1/6

    5

    1/6

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.

    Note
    • You cannot select the same title twice and combine it into a
    single title.
    • If either one of the two original titles is deleted, the combined
    new title is also deleted.

    “Are you sure?” will appear. Select “Yes” using [K \ L],
    and then press [ENTER\OK].
    Playlist is deleted.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Note
    • Deleting a Playlist will not increase the available recording
    time on the disc.

    VR

    HDD
    Original

    DVD-RW
    Original

    Function Setup

    For HDD and VR mode DVD-RW disc, you can add a title to
    the Playlist as you want.
    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    Follow the steps 1 to 2 in “Deleting Titles” on
    page 59.

    2

    Select “Add To Playlist” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    VHS Functions

    1

    e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW Original
    Play From Start
    Edit
    Title Delete
    Add To Playlist
    Dubbing

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Others

    3

    The title is added to Playlist.

    4

    Editing

    Adding Titles to a Playlist

    Delete entire playlist?
    Yes
    No

    Playback

    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Recording

    03/01/09 12:00
    12:00 (0:30:00)

    PL

    VR

    HDD
    DVD-RW
    All Playlists can be deleted if it is no longer needed.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    2

    PL

    Connections

    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    Introduction

    Combining Titles

    Press [RETURN\BACK] to exit.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.
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    Deleting Parts of Titles
    VR

    HDD
    DVD-RW
    You can delete a specific part of a title.
    Even when a title is deleted from the Playlist, the original title
    will remain as it is.

    If you edit the HDD, press [HDD] first.
    If you edit a disc, press [DVD] first.

    1

    Follow the steps 1 to 3 in “Editing Title Name”
    on page 60.

    2

    Select “Scene Delete” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    3

    Use [SKIP H \ G], [REV E], [FWD D],
    [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to find the start point,
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    Then use [SKIP H \ G], [REV E], [FWD D],
    [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] again to move to the
    end point, and press [ENTER\OK].
    The cursor will move to “Preview”.
    The bar at the bottom of the screen indicates the total and
    the elapsed time of the title, and the area selected for
    deletion is indicated in red.
    You can check the preview by pressing [ENTER\OK].
    • Before and after 5 seconds of the deleted point will be
    playback for preview.

    4

    Select “Delete” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    5

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    “Are you sure?” will appear. Select “Yes” using [K \ L],
    and then press [ENTER\OK].
    The part of the title is deleted.

    6

    Press [RETURN\BACK] repeatedly to exit.
    For DVD, writing onto the disc starts.
    It may take awhile to write the data on a disc.

    Note
    • For VR mode DVD-RW disc, you cannot select “Scene
    Delete” if the number of chapter marks in the Original or
    Playlist is 999. (Depends on the content, there is a case that
    you cannot select “Scene Delete” before the number of
    chapter marks reaches 999.)
    • The recordable disc space will not increase after deleting
    parts of titles on a Playlist.
    • When a scene is deleted from an original, the related title on
    the Playlist will also be deleted automatically.

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    Deleting All Titles in HDD
    HDD
    Press [STOP C] if you are playing back a disc.

    1
    2

    Press [SETUP].

    3

    Select the desired type of deletion using
    [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].

    Select “HDD Menu” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    Select “Delete All Titles” if you want to delete all titles
    including the ones protected.
    Select “Delete All Unprotected Titles” if you want to delete
    only the unprotected titles.
    Select “Delete All Playlists” if you want to delete all
    Playlists.
    Delete All Titles
    Delete All Unprotected Titles
    Delete All Playlists

    4

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Delete entire titles?
    Yes
    No

    “Are you sure?” will appear. Select “Yes” using [K \ L],
    and then press [ENTER\OK].
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    Function Setup
    The following table is the contents which you can set and the default settings.
    Refer to the following table for useful operation.
    Items (highlight is the default)
    Parental Lock
    E Page 68
    Audio Out
    Dynamic Range
    E Pages 68-69 Control
    PCM

    MPEG

    48kHz
    96kHz
    PCM
    Stream
    PCM
    Stream

    Set whether the sound recorded in 96kHz will be down
    sampled to 48kHz.
    Set whether to convert Dolby Digital into PCM or to output
    Dolby Digital signals.
    Set whether to convert MPEG into PCM or to output
    MPEG signals.
    Set whether DTS signal is output or not.

    ON
    OFF

    Set the language for Disc Menu.

    Original
    English
    Other

    Set the language for audio.

    Subtitle Language
    E Page 69

    OFF
    English
    Other

    Set the language for subtitles.

    Angle Icon
    E Page 69
    Still Mode
    E Page 70

    ON
    OFF

    Set whether or not to display the angle icon.

    Auto
    Field
    Frame
    5 seconds
    15 seconds
    30 seconds
    1 minute
    5 minutes
    5 seconds
    15 seconds
    30 seconds
    1 minute
    5 minutes

    Set the type of still image in pausing playback.

    PAL
    Auto
    OFF
    1 minute
    5 minutes
    10 minutes
    15 minutes
    Auto
    Bright
    Dark
    OFF
    4:3 Letter Box
    4:3 Pan & Scan
    16:9 Wide
    SCART (RGB)
    Component (Progressive)
    Component (Interlace)

    Set the TV system.

    Variable Skip

    TV Aspect
    E Page 71

    Set the idling time before the screen saver starts.

    Set the brightness of the front panel display.

    Set a picture size according to aspect ratio of your TV.

    Sets the video output mode.

    VHS Functions

    Video Out
    E Page 71

    Set the amount of rewind time when you press
    [VARIABLE REPLAY].

    Function Setup

    FL Dimmer
    E Page 70

    Set the amount of skip time when you press
    [VARIABLE SKIP].

    Editing

    TV System
    E Page 70
    Screen Saver
    E Page 70

    Playback

    English
    Other

    Variable Replay

    Video

    Compressing the range of sound volume.

    Disc Menu Language
    E Page 69
    Audio Language
    E Page 69

    Variable Skip/
    Replay
    E Page 70

    Display

    ON
    OFF

    Recording

    General Setting

    DTS

    Contents
    Set the parental level for DVD disc playback.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Dolby Digital

    OFF
    level 1 to 8

    Connections

    Setup
    Playback

    Others

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    Recording

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    Items (highlight is the default)
    Auto Chapter
    E Page 31

    Recording Audio Select (XP)
    E Page 32
    Auto Finalise
    E Page 45
    Aspect Ratio (Video mode)
    E Page 30
    Make Recording Compatible
    E Page 30
    Bilingual Recording Audio
    E Page 32
    External Input Audio
    E Page 31
    Video Colour System
    E Page 38

    OFF
    5 minutes
    10 minutes
    15 minutes
    30 minutes
    60 minutes
    PCM
    Dolby Digital
    ON
    OFF
    Auto
    4:3
    16:9
    ON
    OFF
    Main
    Sub

    General Setting

    Channel

    DivX

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    Clock Setting
    E Page 71
    Auto Clock Setting
    E Page 72
    Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG)
    E Page 20
    DVB Channel
    Edit Channels
    Setup
    E Page 24
    Auto Tuning
    E Page 22
    Manual Tuning
    E Page 22
    Signal
    Information
    E Page 26
    ANALOG
    Auto Tuning
    Channel Setup E Page 21
    Manual Tuning
    E Page 21
    Move
    E Page 22
    DivX® VOD
    E Page 49
    DivX Subtitle
    E Page 72

    Set the recording audio type. (Only when the recording
    mode is set to “XP”.)
    Set the unit to finalise the disc automatically.
    Set a aspect ratio for video mode recording.

    Set to prohibiting additional recording (OFF) or to replace
    the title list after recording (ON).
    Set the audio type for recording.

    Stereo
    Bilingual

    Set the external input audio type for recording.

    Auto

    Set the video colour system to “PAL” or “SECAM”
    automatically.
    Set the video colour system to “PAL”.
    Set the video colour system to “SECAM”.
    Set the clock manually.

    PAL
    SECAM
    Clock

    Contents
    Insert chapter marks periodically.

    ON
    OFF

    Set the clock automatically.
    Tune the DVB and analogue channels automatically.
    Lock the DVB channels, edit the favourite lists.
    Tune the DVB channels automatically.
    Tune the DVB channels manually.
    Display the detailed information of the current DVB
    channel.
    Tune the analogue channels automatically.
    Tune the analogue channels manually.
    Move the analogue channels to different position.
    Provide DivX® VOD registration code.

    OFF
    English
    French
    Spanish
    German
    Italian
    Swedish
    Dutch
    Russian1
    Russian2
    Hungarian
    Polish
    Czech
    Hebrew

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    Set the colour space for the HDMI output.

    RGB
    YCbCr
    ON
    OFF

    Set whether to output the HDMI audio signal or not.

    Normal
    Enhanced
    ON
    OFF
    English
    Gaelic
    Welsh

    Set the black-white contrast level for HDMI RGB output.
    Set the Adult Lock and change Pincode.

    Connections

    General Setting

    DVB Setting

    Items (highlight is the default)
    Format
    E Page 72
    HDMI Audio
    E Page 72
    RGB Range
    E Page 72
    Adult Lock
    E Page 73
    Language
    Audio
    E Page 73

    Introduction

    Setup
    HDMI

    Thursday, April 16, 2009 12:00 PM

    Set the Audio language.

    English
    Gaelic
    Welsh

    Set the Subtitle language.

    Data Service

    English
    Gaelic
    Welsh

    Set the Digital Teletext language.

    Check the current DVB system software version of the
    unit.
    Set to the default setting.

    About
    E Page 73
    Reset All
    E Page 73

    Note

    Recording

    • Your change to each settings stays on even when the power is switched off.
    • An item which is not currently available is grayed in the settings.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Subtitle

    General Setting
    Common Procedures

    3

    In stop mode, press [SETUP].

    5

    Select “General Setting” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    Select a desired setting using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    e.g.) Parental Lock item

    Select a desired setup using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    General Setting

    Your setting is activated.

    6

    When you finish the setting, press [SETUP] to
    exit.

    To return to the previous screen

    e.g.) Playback setup

    Press [RETURN\BACK].

    VHS Functions

    Select a desired item using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].

    General Setting
    Parental Lock
    Audio Out
    Disc Menu Language
    Audio Language
    Subtitle Language
    Angle Icon
    Still Mode
    Variable Skip/Replay
    TV System

    Others

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    Function Setup

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    Parental
    Lock
    Parental
    Lock
    Audio Out
    OFF
    Disc Menu Language
    8
    Audio Language
    7
    Subtitle Language
    6
    Angle Icon
    5
    Still Mode
    4
    Variable Skip/Replay
    3
    TV System
    2
    1

    Editing

    Playback
    Display
    Video
    Recording
    Clock
    Channel
    DivX
    HDMI
    DVB Setting
    Reset All

    General Setting

    4

    Playback

    1
    2

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    Playback
    Setup A General Setting A Playback

    A password is already set
    1 Enter the current password using
    [the Number buttons].

    Parental Lock
    Audio Out
    Disc Menu Language
    Audio Language
    Subtitle Language
    Angle Icon
    Still Mode
    Variable Skip/Replay
    TV System

    Password Input

    2-A Select “No” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Change Password?
    Yes
    No

    Parental Lock (Default: OFF) (DVD only)

    “Parental Lock” level is activated.

    2-B Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press

    Set “Parental Lock” level.

    [ENTER\OK].

    Change “Parental Lock” level using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    Change Password?
    Yes
    No

    Proceed to either of the following steps.
    Parental Lock

    Enter a new password using
    [the Number buttons], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    OFF
    8
    7
    6
    5
    4
    3
    2
    1

    Password Input

    Your setting is activated.
    (You can change both password and
    “Parental Lock” level.)

    Parental level
    OFF : All parental locks are cancelled.
    8 : DVD software of any grade (adult / general /
    children) can be played back.
    7 to 2 : Only DVD software intended for general use
    and children can be played back.
    1 : Only DVD software intended for children can be
    played back.

    Note
    • “Parental Lock” function may not be available on some
    discs.
    • It may be difficult to determine if some DVDs support the
    parental lock function. Be sure to confirm that
    “Parental Lock” function operates in the way that you
    have set.
    • Record the password in case you forget it.

    Note
    • Press [CLEAR] to erase numbers entered incorrectly.
    • If you forget your password or you want to clear all
    settings in “Parental Lock”, enter [4], [7], [3], [7] using
    [the Number buttons] at the option window. Your
    password is cleared and parental levels are set to
    “OFF”.

    Audio Out
    Choose the appropriate audio setting for your external
    device.
    It will only affect a disc playback.
    Audio Out
    Dynamic Range Control
    PCM
    Dolby Digital
    MPEG
    DTS

    A password is not yet set
    1 Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Change Password?
    Yes
    No

    Dynamic Range Control (Default: ON)
    (DVD only)
    Set to “ON” to make the dynamic range narrower.
    Dynamic Range Control

    2 Enter a new password using
    [the Number buttons], then press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Password Input

    ON
    OFF

    “Dynamic Range Control” function is effective only with
    analogue audio connection.

    Note
    Your setting is activated.
    If you select “No”, press [SETUP] to exit.

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    PCM
    48kHz
    96kHz

    Disc Menu Language (Default: English)
    (DVD only)
    Set “Disc Menu Language”.
    Disc Menu Language

    : If your amplifier / decoder is NOT compatible
    with 96 kHz PCM, select “48kHz”. Sound
    recorded at 96 kHz is down sampled to 48 kHz.

    96kHz

    : If your amplifier / decoder is compatible with
    96 kHz PCM, select “96kHz”. Sound is sampled
    at 96 kHz.

    English
    Other

    Connections

    48kHz

    Audio Language (Default: Original)
    (DVD only)
    Set “Audio Language”.

    Note

    Audio Language
    Original
    English
    Other

    Note

    Dolby Digital conversion (Default: Stream)
    Dolby Digital
    PCM
    Stream

    Subtitle Language (Default: OFF)
    (DVD only)
    Set “Subtitle Language”.

    Stream : Outputs Dolby Digital signals.
    If your amplifier / decoder is compatible with
    Dolby Digital, set to “Stream”.

    MPEG
    PCM
    Stream

    : Converts MPEG into PCM.
    If your amplifier / decoder is NOT compatible
    with MPEG, set to “PCM”.

    Stream : Outputs MPEG Audio signals.
    If your amplifier / decoder is compatible with
    MPEG, set to “Stream”.

    If “Other” is selected, enter the appropriate 4digit code using [the Number buttons].
    Refer to “Language Code” on page 82.
    Code Input
    -

    -

    -

    -

    When you finish entering the code, press
    [ENTER\OK].
    Note
    • You can also change or switch off the subtitles on a DVD
    from the disc menu if it is available.
    • Press [CLEAR] or [{] to erase numbers entered
    incorrectly.
    • You can only select the languages supported by the
    inserted disc.

    Angle Icon (Default: ON) (DVD only)

    Function Setup

    PCM

    OFF
    English
    Other

    Editing

    Settings for MPEG (Default: PCM) (DVD only)

    Subtitle Language

    Playback

    Note
    When playing back a DVD-RW disc recorded in VR mode:
    • If the audio source on a disc is in Dolby Digital format,
    set “Dolby Digital” to “PCM” so that you can switch to
    main audio (L), sub audio (R), or a combination of both
    (L / R) using your amplifier / decoder.

    Recording

    : Converts the Dolby Digital into PCM
    (2 channel).
    If your amplifier / decoder is NOT compatible
    with Dolby Digital, set to “PCM”.

    • If “Original” is selected, the audio language is the default
    of the inserted disc.
    • “Audio Language” setting may not be available for some
    discs.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    When playing back a disc with copyright protection:
    • Even if you select “96kHz”, the sound is down sampled
    to 48 kHz.

    PCM

    Introduction

    PCM sampling (Default: 48kHz)

    Set to “ON” to show the angle icon during the playback.

    VHS Functions

    Settings for DTS (Default: ON) (DVD only)

    Angle Icon
    ON
    OFF

    DTS
    ON
    OFF

    : Outputs DTS signals.
    If your amplifier / decoder is compatible with
    DTS, set to “ON”.

    OFF

    : No DTS signal is output.
    If your amplifier / decoder is NOT compatible
    with DTS, set to “OFF”.

    Others

    ON

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    Still Mode (Default: Auto) (DVD only)
    Still Mode
    Auto
    Field
    Frame

    Auto

    : Automatically select the best resolution setting
    (“Frame” or “Field”) based on the data
    characteristics of the pictures.

    Field

    : Select “Field” when the pictures are still
    unstable even if “Auto” is selected. “Field”
    stabilises the pictures, although the picture
    quality may become coarse due to the limited
    amount of data.

    Frame

    : Select “Frame” to display relatively motionless
    pictures in higher resolution. “Frame” improves
    the picture quality, although it may unstabilise
    the pictures due to simultaneous output of two
    Field data.

    Note

    Note
    • With discs recorded using the PAL system, a PAL signal
    is output for viewing on a PAL system TV.
    • Discs recorded with the PAL system cannot be viewed
    on an NTSC system TV.
    • With discs recorded using the NTSC system, an NTSC
    signal is output for viewing on an NTSC or Multi system
    TV.
    • With discs recorded using the NTSC system, select PAL
    to view on a PAL system TV.

    Display
    Setup A General Setting A Display
    Screen Saver
    FL Dimmer

    Screen Saver (Default: 10 minutes)
    Set the screen saver time delay.

    • An individual picture on TV screen is called as Frame,
    which consists of two separate images called as Field.
    Some pictures may be blurred at the “Auto” setting in still
    mode due to their data characteristics.

    Variable Skip/Replay
    Assign [VARIABLE SKIP] or [VARIABLE REPLAY] to
    skip or rewind by a certain amount of time when they are
    pressed.

    Screen Saver
    OFF
    1 minute
    5 minutes
    10 minutes
    15 minutes

    FL Dimmer (Default: Bright)
    Set the front panel display brightness.
    FL Dimmer

    Variable Skip/Replay

    A Variable Skip
    B Variable Replay
    Refer to the explanations below and set the selected item.
    A: Variable Skip (Default: 30 seconds)
    Sets the amount of skip time for [VARIABLE SKIP].
    Variable Skip
    5 seconds
    15 seconds
    30 seconds
    1 minute
    5 minutes

    B: Variable Replay (Default: 30 seconds)
    Sets the amount of rewind time for [VARIABLE REPLAY].
    Variable Replay
    5 seconds
    15 seconds
    30 seconds
    1 minute
    5 minutes

    TV System (Default: PAL) (DVD only)
    TV System
    PAL
    Auto

    70

    PAL

    : Outputs a modified PAL signal for viewing discs
    recorded with the NTSC system on a PAL
    system TV.

    Auto

    : Changes the video system (PAL / NTSC)
    automatically according to the format of the
    inserted disc.

    EN

    Auto
    Bright
    Dark
    OFF

    • If “Auto” is selected, the brightness of the front panel
    display is dark while the power is off.
    • If “OFF” is selected, you can lower the power
    consumption while the power is off. The brightness of
    the front panel display is dark while the power is on, and
    the front panel display is off while the power is off.

    Note
    • If you set “FL Dimmer” to “OFF”, output of the picture
    from the external device through AV2 to AV1 (input of
    the picture from AV2 and output of the picture from AV1)
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    2 Select “Yes” using [{ \ B], then press

    Video

    [ENTER\OK].

    Setup A General Setting A Video
    TV Aspect
    Video Out

    Final confirmation window will appear.

    3 Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK] within 15 seconds.
    Confirm again to use progressive scan.
    If picture is good, select “Yes”.

    Use this feature to adjust the aspect ratio of the video
    source which is different from your TV’s ratio to fit your TV
    monitor without distorting the picture.
    TV Aspect

    Your setting is activated.

    Note
    • When changing “Video Out” setting (“SCART (RGB)”,
    “Component (Progressive)” or “Component (Interlace)”),
    connect to the corresponding jack on the TV. If the
    setting is changed, for example, to “SCART (RGB)”
    while the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks are used to
    connect to the TV, a distorted video signal may be
    output.

    Clock
    Setup A General Setting A Clock
    Clock Setting
    Auto Clock Setting

    Video Out (Default: SCART (RGB))

    press [ENTER\OK].
    Video Out
    SCART (RGB)
    Component (Progressive)
    Component (Interlace)

    Clock Setting
    01 / 01 / 2009 (THU)
    0 : 00

    1 Enter the date (day / month / year) using
    [K \ L].

    Press [B] to move the cursor to the next field. If you
    want to go back to the previous field, press [{].

    2 Enter the time (hours / minutes) using [K \ L],
    then press [ENTER\OK].
    The clock will start.
    • Although seconds are not displayed, they will be
    counted from zero.

    Note
    • Your clock setting will be lost if either there is a power
    failure or the unit is unplugged for more than 30
    seconds.

    Function Setup
    VHS Functions

    • If your TV is compatible with progressive scanning
    (576p/480p), connect the TV to the COMPONENT
    VIDEO OUT jacks of this unit and select “Component
    (Progressive)” and set your TV to the progressive
    scan mode.
    • If your TV is not compatible with progressive scan,
    select “Component (Interlace)” for component
    connection, or select “SCART (RGB)” for Scart cable
    connection.
    • Refer to page 17 for more details.

    Clock Setting

    Editing

    1 Select the desired setting using [K \ L], then

    Note
    • If DVB channels are memorised, “Clock Setting” cannot
    be changed.

    Playback

    This unit is compatible with the Progressive Scan System.
    The feature provides you with the higher definition images
    than the traditional output system does. You can enjoy
    Progressive Scan image by using HDMI OUT or
    COMPONENT VIDEO OUT. To utilise the Progressive
    Scan system through the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT, you
    must set video output mode in “Setup” menu by following
    the steps. “SCART (RGB)” is selected as the default.
    • When you set “Video Out” setting, you need a Scart
    cable or an HDMI cable to output from this unit with
    component video cable.

    Recording

    If you have a standard TV:
    Select “4:3 Letter Box”, so that black bars appear on the
    top and bottom of the TV screen when playing back a
    wide-screen picture. Select “4:3 Pan & Scan” for a full
    height picture with both sides trimmed when playing back
    wide-screen picture.
    If you have a widescreen TV:
    Select “16:9 Wide”.

    Yes
    No

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    4:3 Letter Box
    4:3 Pan & Scan
    16:9 Wide

    Connections

    TV Aspect (Default: 16:9 Wide)

    Only if you select the “Component (Progressive)”,
    proceed to step 2. If you select “Component (Interlace)”
    or “SCART (RGB)”, your setting is activated.

    Others

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    Auto Clock Setting (Default: ON)
    This unit receives time signals from the analogue / DVB
    channels, and set the clock automatically. Set the channel
    tuning before setting Auto Clock.
    Auto Clock Setting
    ON
    OFF

    HDMI
    Setup A General Setting A HDMI
    • Make sure that the HDMI cable is connected and the TV
    input is set to HDMI.
    Format
    HDMI Audio
    RGB Range

    1 Select “ON” using [K \ L], then press
    [ENTER\OK].

    2 Press [SETUP] to exit.
    3 Press [B ON\STANDBY] to turn the unit off.
    • The Auto clock function is activated.
    • This unit will search for the time every time when the
    power is turned off.
    • Leave the unit off for about 10 seconds to give it time
    to set the clock.
    • If you want to cancel “Auto Clock Setting”, select “OFF”
    using [K \ L], and then press [ENTER\OK] at step 1.
    • The clock may set itself automatically after you connect
    the antenna cable to the unit and plug in the mains
    cable. In this case, the current time will appear on the
    front panel display.
    • If there are only analogue channels memorised in this
    unit:
    - The channel assigned to “analogue / 4Ch” must
    receive the PDC signal in order to set the clock
    automatically.
    - The unit will correct the current time by receiving PDC
    broadcasts whenever the power is turned off.
    - Between 23:00 and 1:00, the Auto Clock function will
    not operate even when the power is turned off.
    • The clock cannot be set automatically if you cannot
    receive a channel in your area that carries a time signal.
    In this case, set the clock manually.
    • The unit will also correct the current time automatically
    at 8:00 and 1:10 if the unit is in standby mode or if you
    are watching DVB channel.

    DivX® VOD
    DivX Subtitle

    DivX® VOD
    Provides DivX® VOD registration code.
    Refer to page 49 for details.

    DivX Subtitle (Default: OFF)
    Set the DivX® subtitle.
    DivX Subtitle
    OFF
    English
    French
    Spanish
    German
    Italian
    Swedish

    EN

    Format

    HDMI Audio (Default: ON)
    If you do not want to output the audio through HDMI
    (when you digitally output the audio through the DIGITAL
    AUDIO OUT (COAXIAL) jack to your audio system, etc.),
    you can set the HDMI audio output off.
    • Set to “OFF” when the HDMI sound is not required.
    HDMI Audio
    ON
    OFF

    RGB Range (Default: Normal)
    You can adjust the RGB range to make the dark areas of
    the HDMI images brighter.
    • Select “Enhanced” if the black-white contrast is not
    clear.
    • This setting is effective only for HDMI RGB output.
    RGB Range
    Normal
    Enhanced

    ®

    Setup A General Setting A DivX

    72

    You can select the colour space for HDMI output.
    Set the appropriate colour space for your display device.
    • When the connected device is not compatible with the
    Y/Cb/Cr, HDMI signal is output as RGB regardless of
    the setting.
    RGB
    YCbCr

    Note

    DivX

    Format (Default: RGB)



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    Setup A General Setting A DVB Setting
    You can make settings of the digital tuner from the DVB
    Setting.

    Adult Lock (Default: OFF)
    DVB

    1 Select “ON” or “OFF” using [K \ L], then
    press [ENTER\OK].
    Adult Lock

    Select “Yes” using [K \ L], then press [ENTER\OK].
    Reset to factory default?
    Yes
    No

    “Are you sure?” will appear. Select “Yes” using [K \ L], and
    then press [ENTER\OK].

    Note
    • The settings listed below will remain unchanged even after
    resetting to the factory default.
    - Clock setting
    - Channel setting
    - Parental lock setting
    - DivX® VOD code
    - Timer programmes
    - DVB setting

    ON
    OFF

    To set “Adult Lock” to “ON”:

    Recording

    2

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    You can set “Adult Lock” to “ON” or “OFF” and also
    change Pincode.

    Setup A General Setting A Reset All

    Connections

    Adult Lock
    Language
    About

    Reset All

    Introduction

    DVB Setting

    1) Enter your desired Pincode using
    [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER\OK].
    2) For confirmation, enter the Pincode again using
    [the Number buttons] then press [ENTER\OK].

    To set “Adult Lock” to “OFF”:
    Playback

    Enter the Pincode using [the Number buttons].
    • While entering the Pincode, use [{] or [CLEAR] to
    clear the numbers once entered.

    Note

    Editing

    • Once “Adult Lock” has been set to “ON”, Pincode will be
    required in order to view the locked channels or make
    the timer recording of them, and when you try to execute
    the “Auto Tuning” for DVB or “Edit Channels”.
    • If you forget the Pincode, press [4], [7], [3], [7] to cancel
    the Pincode.

    Language
    Function Setup

    DVB
    Language
    Audio
    Subtitle
    Data Service

    VHS Functions

    Audio
    : Set the Audio language.
    Subtitle
    : Set the Subtitle language.
    Data Service : Set the Digital teletext language.

    Note
    • The Audio and Subtitle setting may not be available for
    some broadcast.
    • To change the audio language, refer to “Multi Audio” on
    page 26.
    • To display the subtitle or choose the subtitle language,
    refer to “Subtitle” on page 26.

    Others

    About
    DVB
    You can check the current DVB system software version
    of this unit.
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    VCR Functions
    Common Procedures
    1

    Press [B ON\STANDBY] to turn on the unit.
    To play back a tape, turn on the TV and be sure to
    select the input to which the unit is connected.

    2

    Basic Recording and One-touch Timer
    Recording (OTR)
    VCR

    Press [VCR].

    Before recording, make sure:

    Playback
    VCR

    Note for HDMI, Component and Digital
    Audio (COAXIAL) Output in VCR
    Playback
    This unit can be output with HDMI, Component and Digital
    Audio (COAXIAL) in VCR playback.
    However, the image and the sound of VCR cannot be output
    at the following condition.
    • When switching to the VCR mode while recording in the
    HDD or DVD mode.
    • When selecting the DV channel (AV3).
    • During HDD / DVD to VCR dubbing.

    Playing back a Tape

    1

    Insert a pre-recorded tape, then press [PLAY B]
    to begin playback.

    2

    During playback, press [PAUSE F].

    • The desired channel is selected by pressing
    [the Number buttons] or [PROG. G \ H] on the remote
    control.
    • There is a tape with a record tab in the unit.
    Tape speed
    Type of tape

    1
    2

    Recording / Playback Time
    E60

    E120

    E180

    E240

    SP (standard play) mode

    1 hour

    2 hours

    3 hours

    4 hours

    LP (long play) mode

    2 hours

    4 hours

    6 hours

    8 hours

    Insert a recordable videotape.
    Select the recording mode using [REC MODE].
    • The desired recording mode is selected in SP or LP
    mode by pressing [REC MODE].

    3
    4

    Select the desired channel to record using
    [PROG. G \ H] or [the Number buttons].
    Basic Recording:
    Press [REC I] to start recording.
    To temporarily stop recording or to resume it, press
    [PAUSE F].

    Playback will be paused and sound will be muted.

    3
    4
    5

    Press [PLAY B] to resume playback.
    Press [STOP C] to stop playback.
    Press [OPEN\CLOSE A] to eject the tape.

    Note
    • When a tape without record tab is inserted, the unit will start
    playback automatically.
    • Tracking will be automatically adjusted upon playback. To
    adjust the tracking manually, press [PROG. G \ H].

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    After the unit has been in pause mode for 5 minutes, it will
    stop automatically to protect the tape and the video head
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    One-touch Timer Recording will start.

    0:30

    8:00

    1:00

    • Insert a recordable videotape.
    • Make sure your DVC is in video mode.

    Press [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select
    the external input channel, then press
    [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly to select DV(AV3).

    2

    Select the recording mode using [REC MODE].
    (See page 74.)

    3

    Stop or pause the DVC where you want to start
    dubbing.

    4
    5

    Play back the DVC.

    Note

    • Dubbing will start from where the tape is stopped.

    Search
    Index Search
    VCR

    1

    Press [SEARCH] so that the index search menu
    appears.

    2

    Enter the number of recordings you want to
    skip using [the Number buttons] within 30
    seconds.

    3

    Press [FWD D] or [REV E] to start index
    search.

    Editing

    To prevent accidental recording on a recorded cassette,
    remove its record tab. To record on it later, cover the hole with
    cellophane tape.

    The dubbing will start.

    Note

    Playback

    Prevent accidental erasure

    Press [REC I].
    Recording

    Press [STOP C] when the recording is
    completed.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    1
    7:30

    • The remaining recording time will appear on the TV screen
    during One-touch Timer Recording. Press [DISPLAY] to see
    it on the TV screen.
    • If VCR One-touch Timer Recording is completed during
    HDD/DVD playback or recording, the VCR will be in stop
    mode and the HDD/DVD keeps the current mode.
    • You cannot use the pause function during One-touch Timer
    Recording.
    • When One-touch Timer Recording is finished and the power
    is turned off, the unit will switch to the timer-standby mode
    automatically if a timer recording has been programmed.

    If you want to go in the forward direction, press
    [FWD D].
    If you want to go in the reverse direction, press [REV E].
    After index search, the VCR will play back the tape
    automatically.

    Note

    VHS Functions

    • This function is not available during recording.
    • Every time a tape is recorded, an index mark is written on
    the tape.
    • You can make the index mark up to 20.

    Function Setup

    Record tab

    This function helps you to dub the contents in the DVC (digital
    video camcorder) to VCR.

    Preparing for DV dubbing (DVC to VCR):

    • When the unit reaches the specified time, it will be turned off
    automatically.
    • To change the recording length during One-touch Timer
    Recording, press [REC I] repeatedly until desired length
    appears.
    • To cancel One-touch Timer Recording within the specified
    time, press [STOP C].

    5

    VCR

    Connections

    Normal Recording

    DVC to VCR Dubbing

    Introduction

    One-touch Timer Recording:
    Press [REC I] repeatedly until the desired
    recording time (30 minutes to 8 hours) appears
    on the TV screen.

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    Time Search
    VCR
    This feature allows you to go to a specific point on a tape by
    entering the exact amount of time you want to skip in order to
    reach the point.

    1

    Press [SEARCH] repeatedly until the time
    search menu appears.

    2

    Enter your desired time to skip using
    [the Number buttons] within 30 seconds.

    3

    Press [FWD D] or [REV E] to start time
    search.
    If you want to go in the forward direction, press
    [FWD D].
    If you want to go in the reverse direction, press [REV E].
    After index search, the unit will play back the tape
    automatically.

    Note
    • This function is not available during recording.
    • Press [STOP C] to stop the search.
    • If the tape reaches the end during the search, this unit will
    cancel it and rewind the tape.
    • You can set the time up to 9:59 (9h. 59min.).

    Other Operations
    VCR

    To cue or review picture during playback
    (Picture Search):
    Press [FWD D] or [REV E] during playback.
    Press it again and the unit will search in super high speed (in
    the LP mode only).

    To freeze the picture on TV screen during playback
    (Still mode):
    Press [PAUSE F]. Each time you press the button, the picture
    will be forwarded frame by frame.
    If the picture begins to vibrate vertically during the still mode,
    stabilise the picture by pressing the [PROG. G \ H]. If the
    picture is distorted or rolling vertically, adjust the vertical hold
    control on your TV, if equipped.

    To reset the tape counter:
    Press [CLEAR].

    To play back in slow forward motion:
    During playback, press [PAUSE F], then press [FWD D].
    If the noise bars appear on the TV screen, you can reduce it
    by pressing [PROG. G \ H]. Slow reverse is not available in
    VCR mode.

    Note
    • Still / Slow / Pause mode will be automatically cancelled
    after 5 minutes to prevent damage to the tape and the video
    head.
    • To return to normal play back from the Picture Search / Still /
    Slow mode, press [PLAY B].

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    Hi-Fi Stereo Sound System
    This unit will record and playback Hi-Fi stereo sound.
    In addition, it has an A2 and NICAM stereo sound decoder.
    This unit will receive stereo and bilingual broadcasts and it is
    possible to record in several ways and to play back the sound.

    Selecting the Audio Mode
    You can select each mode by pressing [AUDIO D] on the
    remote control. Each mode is indicated on the TV screen as
    following.
    Audio mode during playback of the recorded tape in Hi-Fi
    mode:
    Mode

    Audio output

    Stereo Stereo

    Display on the
    TV screen
    STEREO

    L

    L audio from both speakers

    LEFT

    R

    R audio from both speakers

    RIGHT

    Normal Monaural

    MONO

    Audio mode during reception of bilingual broadcasts:
    Mode

    Audio output

    Display on the
    TV screen

    Main

    Main audio from the both speakers

    Main

    Sub

    Sub audio from the both speakers

    Sub

    Main /
    Sub

    • Main audio from the left speaker
    • Sub audio from the right speaker

    Main
    Sub

    Note
    • If you play back non-Hi-Fi tapes, the unit will play back
    automatically in monaural even if you select any mode.
    • If the stereo signal becomes weak, the broadcast is
    automatically recorded in monaural.



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    Introduction

    Others
    Before requesting service for this unit, check the table below for a possible cause of the problem you are experiencing. Some
    simple checks or a minor adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore proper operation.






    “Clock” setting and “Channel” setting
    cannot be performed.

    • If a recording is in progress, these operations cannot be performed.

    The unit does not operate properly.

    • Moisture has condensed inside the unit. Remove the disc and leave the unit
    turned on for about 2 hours until the moisture evaporates. (See page 3.)

    The clock display does not appear on
    the front panel display.

    • Check that the AC power cord is connected securely.
    • (In case of power failure) Check the breaker and “Clock” setting.

    When you forget the password for
    parental lock.

    • Please cancel the password and the set level. (See page 68.)

    DV signal cannot be input.

    • Before connection, turn on the power supplies for both this unit and the DVC,
    and make sure that these units have stopped.
    • Only a “DVC-SD” signal can be input from the DVC to this unit. Other types of
    signals are not supported.
    • Do not connect any device other than the DVC. Even if a recorder or PC with
    another DV terminal is connected, the DV function will not operate.
    • If the DVC is not recognised after connection, turn off the power supply for the
    unit and re-connect the DVC.

    The DVC cannot be operated with this
    unit.

    • Signal input or DVC operation from this unit may be disabled depending on the
    type of DVC.
    • If a DVC signal cannot be input, use an external input (AV2) for analogue
    connection via audio/video cables. Use Scart adaptor for connecting to AV2.
    • DVC control may be disabled depending on the type of DVC, even in a mode
    other than camera mode. In this case, switch to DVD control and execute the
    normal recording procedure while operating the DVC.

    Certain functions of the DVC cannot
    operate.

    • Some functions may not operate depending on the type of DVC. For example, if
    the DVC does not support slow playback mode, the slow playback function is
    disabled.
    • With DV (AV3), the disc display menu does not appear unless disc playback is
    executed.

    DV audio signal cannot be switched.

    • For recording with the DVC, the recording audio signal can be set to 12 bits or
    16 bits. However, when 16-bit recording mode is selected, audio signal cannot
    be switched. To record an audio signal, set it to 12 bits.

    No image from HDMI connection.

    • Check the HDMI connection. (Check the status of the HDMI related indications.)
    • Check whether the connected monitor device or other device supports HDCP.
    (This unit will not output a video signal unless the other device supports HDCP.)
    • Check the setting of HDMI.
    • Check whether the output format of this unit (HDMI FORMAT) matches the
    supported input format of other connected device.
    • If the unit is connected to the unauthorised display device with an HDMI cable,
    the audio and video signals may not be output when playing back a commercial
    DVD-video.

    Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.
    Check if the cables are damaged.
    Check if a correct external input channel is selected on your TV. (See page 19.)
    Check if you have completed “Channel” setting. (See pages 20-22.)

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    Others

    No picture, sound or menu appears on
    the screen.

    VHS Functions

    • “ ” or error message appears if the operation is prohibited.
    • Batteries of the remote control are weak or exhausted.

    Function Setup

    The unit does not function.

    Editing

    • The unit turns on automatically 2 seconds before the timer recording.

    Playback

    The unit turns on automatically without
    any operation.

    Recording

    GENERAL

    Remedy
    • Check that the AC power cord is connected securely.
    • Batteries of the remote control are weak.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    POWER

    Symptom
    The power does not turn on.

    Connections

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    Symptom

    Remedy

    CHANNEL

    TV channels cannot be changed.

    • Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.
    • Check if the cables are damaged.
    • Try “Channel” setting by following the steps on pages 20-22.

    Some settings are lost even though you • If you unplug the AC mains cable while the warning message, “Saving settings.
    followed the procedure correctly.
    Please wait.”, is displayed, some settings may be lost. Do not unplug the AC
    mains cable while the message is displayed (It will take about 1 minute.).
    Only specific channels do not appear.

    • The channels may be set to be skipped. (See pages 22, 24.)

    Though auto tuning was completed,
    you cannot watch the DVB and
    analogue channels.

    • Confirm whether an antenna cable is connected correctly and try to tune again.
    (See pages 21-26.)
    • If you move the unit to a different area, you will need to perform auto tuning
    again.

    The image from the external device
    cannot be displayed.

    • Try pressing [INPUT SELECT F] repeatedly to select the external input
    channel, then press [PROG. G \ H] repeatedly to select your desired
    channel.
    • Turn on all connected devices.
    • Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.

    Recording is impossible.

    • It is prohibited to make a recording from 2 minutes before the programmed start
    time of a timer recording.
    • This unit cannot record programmes that contain copy protection signal. This is
    not a malfunction.
    • The space of the recording media may be used up. Try deleting unnecessary
    titles, or exchange it with the recordable media.
    • The maximum number of titles or chapters has exceeded. Delete the
    unnecessary titles to make enough space or insert a new recordable media.
    • Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.

    Timer recording cannot be
    performed.

    • The internal clock of the unit may have been stopped due to a power failure that
    lasted for more than 30 seconds. Reset the clock. (See page 71.)

    Recording is impossible.

    • Check if the disc is CPRM compatible. Copy-once programmes can only be
    copied onto the disc which is CPRM compatible.
    • Check if the disc is protected or finalised. Undo the protection or the finalisation.
    • Video mode DVD-RW once formatted in other unit cannot be recorded in this
    unit unless formatted in this unit.
    • Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.

    “Repairing” appears on the TV
    screen.

    • If there is a power failure or unplugging during recording, finalising, formatting or
    editing (even after “Repairing” disappears), a repairing process will begin
    automatically just after turning the unit on again.
    • It may take several minutes up to about several hours.

    RECORDING

    HDD / DVD

    GENERAL

    The TV channel which you have been
    able to watch before has disappeared
    and “No signal” is displayed.

    DVD

    Repairing

    In a case you intend to cancel the
    repairing process.
    Do you want to cancel a repairing
    process? When selecting “Yes”,
    the disc may not be usable.

    • If you intend to cancel the repairing process, press [A OPEN\CLOSE] on the
    front panel, then select “Yes” and press [ENTER\OK]. After that, press
    [OPEN\CLOSE A] to take out the disc. The disc cancelled during the repairing
    process MAY NOT work.

    Yes
    No

    Repairing

    VCR

    The indication
    “ Writing to Disc
    does not disappear.

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    Recording does not start
    immediately after pressing
    [REC I].

    EN

    100%



    100% ” may remain on screen for the maximum of
    • “ Writing to Disc
    20 seconds even after it reached 100%. This is not a malfunction.

    • Make sure the videotape has a recorded tab when you record to a videotape. If
    needed, cover the hole with cellophane tape.



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    Remedy

    • Check if the playable disc is inserted.
    • Check if the disc is loaded correctly with the labelled side facing up.
    • Discs made on other devices or on personal computers cannot be played back
    on this unit unless it is finalised on the device.
    • Even if it is finalised, the performance of those discs are not guaranteed on this
    unit.
    • The disc may be dirty or flawed. Clean the disc.
    • Check if all the connections are made correctly.
    • Check “Parental Lock” setting. (See page 68.)
    • Playback of DVD is prohibited from 2 minutes before the programmed start time
    of a timer recording when the recording media is DVD.

    There is no sound, or no subtitle.

    • Check if all the connections are made correctly.
    • Check if the “Audio Out” is set correctly. (See pages 68-69.)
    • There is a possibility that the selected subtitle language is not supported by the
    disc.

    Digital audio setting cannot be
    changed to main audio (L), sub
    audio (R) or combination of both.

    • If the audio source is in the Dolby Digital format, set “Dolby Digital” setting to
    “PCM” in “Playback” menu. (available only for DVD) (See page 69.)

    Audio language or the subtitle
    language of the DVD cannot be
    changed.

    • Multilingual subtitles are not supported by the disc.
    • Some audio languages or the subtitle languages can be changed only from the
    disc menu. Please refer to the disc’s manual.

    Angles cannot be changed.

    • Even though the multi-angle feature is supported by the disc, that does not
    mean all the scenes are shot from multi-angles. Changing angles is available
    only for those scenes shot from the multi-angle.

    The disc cannot be played back on
    other player even though it is
    finalised properly.

    • Some DVD players do not play back the disc made on other recorder. Refer to
    the manual of the unit.

    Picture noise appears.

    • Adjust tracking control for better picture by pressing [PROG. G \ H] while you
    are playing back a videotape.
    • Head cleaning for VCR may be necessary.
    Refer to “AUTO HEAD CLEANING” on page 4.

    The unit does not play back the
    videotape.

    • Check if a videotape is in this unit.

    The motor rotates even when
    playback / recording is stopped.

    • The motor may rotate for the duration of approximately 5 minutes for efficient
    operation. This is not a malfunction.

    VCR

    DVD

    PLAYBACK

    GENERAL
    HDD/DVD
    HDD

    Playback cannot be performed.

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    Others

    • When DVD recording finishes during HDD playback, the unit will stop the HDD
    playback, and start writing data to the DVD. This is not a malfunction.

    VHS Functions

    HDD playback suddenly stops.

    Function Setup

    • Resume function may be activated. Refer to page 51 to cancel the resume
    point.

    Editing

    Playback does not start from the
    beginning.

    Turn on all connected devices.
    Check if the external input channel is set correctly.
    Check if the connections are made securely and correctly.
    If using the HDMI connection, sound is not output when “HDMI Audio” is set to
    “OFF”.
    • Check the RCA audio cable connection. If you are using HDMI-DVI conversion
    cable, you must connect the RCA audio cable, too.
    • If using the HDMI connection, check whether the output format of this unit
    (HDMI FORMAT) matches the supported input format of other connected
    device.

    Playback






    Recording

    There is no sound, or no subtitle.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    • During fast forward or fast reverse, playback picture may be distorted. This is
    not a malfunction.
    • Connect to TV directly. When you connect this unit with the television via VCR
    or other devices, the picture may be distorted due to the copy-protection signal.
    • Check if the cables are damaged.
    • Keep the equipment which may cause electrical disturbances, such as a cellular
    phone, away.

    Connections

    Playback picture is distorted.
    Colour of the picture is abnormal.

    Introduction

    Symptom

    TV aspect ratio does not match your • Check “TV Aspect” setting. (See page 71.)
    TV screen.
    • A different aspect ratio will be used when the aspect ratio specified by the disc
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    Symptom

    Remedy

    Titles cannot be edited or deleted.

    • The titles or the disc itself may be protected. Cancel the protection by following
    the steps on page 62 for title protection and page 44 for disc protection.

    Dubbing cannot be executed.

    • When the number of the titles or the chapters exceeds the maximum recordable
    number, the dubbing will not be executed.

    Titles cannot be edited or deleted.

    • The titles in the DVD+R/-R cannot be edited or deleted if they are finalised. If it
    is DVD-RW, undo the finalisation by following the steps on page 45.

    The capacity of the disc doesn’t
    increase even if the recorded
    programme is deleted.

    • With DVD+RW and video mode DVD-RW, the disc space will increase only
    when the last title is deleted. With DVD-R/+R, deleting a title will not increase
    the disc space.

    REMOTE CONTROL

    Dubbing cannot be executed.

    • Check if the disc is compatible for recording. (See page 28.)

    The remote control does not function.

    • No batteries in the remote control or the batteries may be weak. Replace the
    batteries.
    • Make sure there is no obstacle between the remote control and the unit.
    • Try getting closer to the unit. (See page 12.)
    • If above solutions do not solve the problem, please call an Authorised Service
    Centre.

    Troubleshooting for Error Messages
    Error message

    Cause

    Solution

    Disc Error
    — Please eject the disc. —
    Playback feature may not be
    available on this disc.

    • An unplayable disc is inserted in the unit. • Insert a standard disc. (See pages 8-9.)
    • The disc is upside down.
    • Insert the disc with the labelled side
    facing up.

    Unknown USB device / File
    — Please remove the USB. —
    Insert a compatible USB device.

    • Format of the files in the connected USB
    device are not supported.
    • Incompatible USB device is connected.

    • Insert a compatible USB device with
    supported file format. If this does not
    solve the problem, use other type of
    compatible USB device.

    Region Error
    — Please eject the disc. —
    Playback is not authorized in your
    region.

    • Playback is not authorised in the region
    of the DVD-video that you inserted in the
    unit.

    • Insert a DVD-video with region codes 2
    or ALL.

    Parental Lock On
    The current selected parental level
    prohibits playback.

    • The current selected parental level in
    “Setup” menu prohibits playback.

    • Check the “Parental Lock” setting.
    (See page 68.)

    Recording Error
    This programme is not allowed to be
    recorded.

    • The recording function encountered a
    copy prohibited programme.
    • Original source is in NTSC system.

    • You cannot record copy prohibited
    programmes.

    Recording Error
    This programme is not recordable in
    video mode.

    • You are trying to record a copy-once
    programme onto a DVD-RW disc in
    video mode.

    • Set “Format Mode” to “VR mode”.
    (See page 30.)

    Recording Error
    Can not record on this disc.

    • You are trying to record onto a disc that
    is unrecordable, or the disc status does
    not satisfy recording requirements.
    • The disc is dirty.
    • The disc is damaged.
    • You are trying to record onto a VR mode
    DVD-RW disc which contained
    recordings from another recorder.

    • Insert a recordable disc, and ensure the
    disc status satisfies the recording
    requirements. (See page 28.)
    • Clean the disc with a cleaning cloth.
    • Replace the disc.
    • Disc may need formatting.

    Recording Error
    Cannot record. Disc not CPRM
    comp.

    • You are trying to record a copy-once
    programme onto a DVD disc that is not
    compatible with CPRM.

    • Insert a ver. 1.1 or ver. 1.2 DVD-RW disc
    (compatible with CPRM.)

    Recording Error
    This disc is protected and not
    recordable.

    • You are trying to record onto the VR
    mode DVD-RW, DVD+RW / +R disc that
    is set as protected in “Setup” Menu.

    • Remove the disc protect setting in “DVD
    Menu” menu. (See page 44.)

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    Cause

    Introduction

    Error message

    Solution
    • Insert a recordable disc with enough
    recording space.
    • Delete unnecessary original titles.
    (See page 59.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record more than 99
    titles on one disc.
    (The maximum is 99)

    • You are trying to record onto the
    DVD-RW / -R disc on which the number
    of recorded titles has reached the
    maximum (99).

    • Delete unnecessary original titles.
    (See page 59.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record more than 999
    chapters on one disc.
    (The maximum is 999)

    • You are trying to record onto the VR
    mode DVD-RW disc on which the
    number of recorded chapters has
    reached the maximum (999).

    • Delete unnecessary chapter mark from
    an Original list. (See page 61.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record more than 49
    titles on one disc.
    (The maximum is 49)

    • You are trying to record onto the
    DVD+RW/+R disc on which the number
    of recording titles comes up to the
    maximum (49).

    • Delete unnecessary titles.
    (See page 59.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record more than 254
    chapters on one disc.
    (The maximum is 254)

    • You are trying to record onto the
    DVD+RW disc on which the number of
    recording chapters comes up to the
    maximum (254).

    • Delete unnecessary chapter marks.
    (See page 61.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record on this disc as
    Control Information is full.

    • This disc has no space to write Control
    Information when recording or deleting
    contents.
    • When editing has been repeatedly
    performed, the control information area
    may become full even though the
    recording area has enough space.

    • Delete unnecessary original titles.
    (See page 59.)

    Recording Error
    You cannot record on this disc as
    Power Calibration Area is full.

    • When recordings are performed
    • Insert a new disc.
    repeatedly onto an unstable disc, this
    area may become full.
    • Every time you insert a disc for
    recording, part of the disc’s working area
    will be used. If you repeat this frequently,
    it will be used up quicker and you may
    not be able to record maximum number
    of titles for the disc.

    Recording Error
    This disc is already finalised.

    • You are trying to record onto a disc that
    is already finalised.

    Recording Error
    The disc has no recording
    compatibility.
    Set “Make Recording Compatible” to
    “ON” to convert the disc.

    • You are trying to record onto the
    • Set “Make Recording Compatible” to
    unfinalised +VR mode discs recorded on
    “ON” to rewrite the menu, after that you
    other unit.
    will record to disc. (See page 30.)

    Recording
    Playback
    Editing

    • Release the finalising for the disc.
    (See page 45.)

    Recording Error
    HDD is full.
    (No area for new recording)

    • Delete unnecessary titles.
    (See page 59.)

    * If you are still having trouble with the unit after checking all the Troubleshooting points, write down the error code and the error
    description and consult your dealer or an authorised service centre.

    VHS Functions

    • Delete unnecessary titles.
    (See page 59.)

    Function Setup

    Recording Error
    • You are trying to record onto the HDD
    You cannot record more than 600
    when total title number is already at its
    titles on HDD. (The maximum is 600) limit.
    • There is not enough space on the
    internal HDD.

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    • You are trying to record onto the VR
    mode DVD-RW disc that has no space
    for recording.

    Connections

    Recording Error
    Disc is full.
    (No area for new recording)

    Others

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    Language Code
    Language

    82

    Code

    Language

    Code

    Language

    Code

    Language

    Code

    Abkhazian

    4748

    French

    5264

    Lithuanian

    5866

    Sindhi

    6550

    Afar

    4747

    Frisian

    5271

    Macedonian

    5957

    Singhalese

    6555

    Afrikaans

    4752

    Galician

    5358

    Malagasy

    5953

    Siswat

    6565

    Albanian

    6563

    Georgian

    5747

    Malay

    5965

    Slovak

    6557

    Amharic

    4759

    German

    5051

    Malayalam

    5958

    Slovenian

    6558

    Arabic

    4764

    Greek

    5158

    Maltese

    5966

    Somali

    6561

    Armenian

    5471

    Greenlandic

    5758

    Maori

    5955

    Spanish

    5165

    Assamese

    4765

    Guarani

    5360

    Marathi

    5964

    Sundanese

    6567

    Aymara

    4771

    Gujarati

    5367

    Moldavian

    5961

    Swahili

    6569

    Azerbaijani

    4772

    Hausa

    5447

    Mongolian

    5960

    Swedish

    6568

    Bashkir

    4847

    Hebrew

    5569

    Nauru

    6047

    Tagalog

    6658

    Basque

    5167

    Hindi

    5455

    Nepali

    6051

    Tajik

    6653

    Bengali;Bangla

    4860

    Hungarian

    5467

    Norwegian

    6061

    Tamil

    6647

    Bhutani

    5072

    Icelandic

    5565

    Occitan

    6149

    Tatar

    6666

    Bihari

    4854

    Indonesian

    5560

    Oriya

    6164

    Telugu

    6651

    Bislama

    4855

    Interlingua

    5547

    Oromo (Afan)

    6159

    Thai

    6654

    Breton

    4864

    Interlingue

    5551

    Panjabi

    6247

    Tibetan

    4861

    Bulgarian

    4853

    Inupiak

    5557

    Pashto; Pushto

    6265

    Tigrinya

    6655

    Burmese

    5971

    Irish

    5347

    Persian

    5247

    Tonga

    6661

    Byelorussian

    4851

    Italian

    5566

    Polish

    6258

    Tsonga

    6665

    Cambodian

    5759

    Japanese

    5647

    Portuguese

    6266

    Turkish

    6664

    Catalan

    4947

    Javanese

    5669

    Quechua

    6367

    Turkmen

    6657

    Chinese

    7254

    Kannada

    5760

    Rhaeto-Romance

    6459

    Twi

    6669

    Corsican

    4961

    Kashmiri

    5765

    Romanian

    6461

    Ukrainian

    6757

    Croatian

    5464

    Kazakh

    5757

    Russian

    6467

    Urdu

    6764

    Czech

    4965

    Kinyarwanda

    6469

    Samoan

    6559

    Uzbek

    6772

    Danish

    5047

    Kirghiz

    5771

    Sangho

    6553

    Vietnamese

    6855

    Dutch

    6058

    Kirundi

    6460

    Sanskrit

    6547

    Volapuk

    6861

    English

    5160

    Korean

    5761

    Scots Gaelic

    5350

    Welsh

    4971

    Esperanto

    5161

    Kurdish

    5767

    Serbian

    6564

    Wolof

    6961

    Estonian

    5166

    Laothian

    5861

    Serbo-Croatian

    6554

    Xhosa

    7054

    Faroese

    5261

    Latin

    5847

    Sesotho

    6566

    Yiddish

    5655

    Fiji

    5256

    Latvian; Lettish

    5868

    Setswana

    6660

    Yoruba

    7161

    Finnish

    5255

    Lingala

    5860

    Shona

    6560

    Zulu

    7267

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    Introduction

    Specifications
    General
    VCR video heads

    Four heads

    HDD

    Internal 3.5 inch HDD 250 GB

    Power requirements

    220–240 V

    Power consumption

    48 W

    Power consumption (standby)

    8.0 W (When “FL Dimmer” is set to “OFF”: 2.8 W)

    Weight

    5.8 kg
    435 x 99.5 x 388 mm

    Operating temperature

    5°C to 40°C

    Operating humidity

    Less than 80 % (no condensation)

    TV system

    PAL-I

    Basic Setup /
    TV View Operation

    Dimensions (width x height x depth)

    Connections

    ± 10 %, 50 Hz ± 0.5 %

    Recording
    Video Recording (VR) format (DVD-RW only), video format (DVD-RW,
    DVD-R), +VR format (DVD+RW, DVD+R)

    Recordable discs

    DVD-ReWritable, DVD-Recordable, DVD+ReWritable, DVD+Recordable

    Video recording format
    Sampling frequency
    Compression format

    13.5 MHz
    MPEG

    Audio recording format
    Sampling frequency
    Compression format

    48 kHz
    Dolby Digital

    Recording

    Recording format

    Tuner
    IRA - E69 (For analogue channels)
    E21 - E69 (For DVB-T channels)

    Playback

    Receivable channels

    Input/Output
    Front Panel :
    IEEE 1394

    USB input
    TYPE A

    USB 2.0

    Editing

    DV input
    DV 4-pin jack

    Rear Panel :

    Audio input /output

    Two 21-pin scart sockets (AV1, AV2)

    Video input /output
    Input /output level

    Two 21-pin scart sockets (AV1, AV2)
    1 Vp-p (75 Ω) each

    Component video output
    Output level

    Three RCA connectors
    Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 Ω)
    PB/CB, PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 Ω) each

    Audio output
    Output level

    Two RCA connectors
    2 Vrms (output impedance: 680 Ω)

    Digital audio output
    Output level

    One Coaxial pin jack
    500 mVp-p (75 Ω)

    HDMI output

    HDMI jack

    VHS Functions

    75 Ω

    Function Setup

    VHF/UHF antenna input/output terminal

    Note
    The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice.

    Others

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