DVR2008
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For Customer Use:
Read carefully the information located at
the bottom or rear of your HDD Recorder
and enter below the Serial No. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
HDD RECORDER
DVR2008
Serial No.
_______________
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Important
Safety
Notice
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Play from USB
Play video
Play music
View photos
Control Play
2 Your product
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7 Edit Recordings
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Features highlight
Product Overview
3 Connect
Place the unit
Connect antenna or cable
Connect video/audio cables
Connect other devices
4 Get Started
Prepare the remote control
First Time Settings
5 Watch live TV
Use your recorder to watch live TV
About Time Shift Buffer - temporary
HDD storage
Control live TV
5 Record
Before you record
Record settings
Record the current TV programme
About timer recording
Schedule a timer recording
Edit a timer recording
View history of timer recordings
Record from other devices
Simultaneous record and play
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About the recording list
Sort titles
Edit titles
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8 Copy Files
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Copy to USB
Copy to HDD
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9 Adjust Settings
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Language Settings
Tuner Settings
Video Settings
Recording Settings
System settings
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10 Additional Information
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Care
About Media Files
Upgrade software
Specifications
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11 Troubleshooting
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12 Glossary
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Contents
Contents
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1 Important
Safety
Warning!
Risk of fire or electric shock!
• Ensure that air can circulate freely through the
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ventilation holes on this unit. Allow at least 5~10
cm clearance around the unit.
Never expose this unit to direct sunlight, naked
flames or heat.
Never place this unit on another electrical
equipment.
Keep away from this unit during lightning storms.
Never remove the casing of this unit. Please leave
all maintenance work to qualified personnel.
Keep this unit away from water, moisture and
liquid-filled objects.
Install this unit near the AC outlet where the AC
power plug can be easily reached.
Caution!
• Remove batteries if they are exhausted or if the
remote control is not to be used for a long time.
• Do not mix batteries (old and new or carbon and
Notice
Recycle notice
Please act according to your local rules and do
not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. The correct disposal
of your old product will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment
and human health.
Copyright notice
The making of unauthorised copies of copyprotected material, including computer
programmes, files, broadcasts and sound
recordings, may be infringement of copyrights
and constitute a criminal offence. This unit
should not be used for such purposes.
alkaline, etc.).
• Batteries contain chemical substances, they should
be disposed of properly.
• Use of controls or adjustments on performance
of procedures other than herein may result in
hazardous radiation exposure or other unsafe
operation.
Note
• Refer to the type plate at the rear or bottom of the
product for identification and supply ratings.
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English
Trademark notice
Important
This product incorporates copyright
protection technology that is protected by US
patents. 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.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D
symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DivX Ultra Certified products: “DivX, DivX
Ultra Certified, and associated logos are
trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under
license.
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2 Your product
Congratulations on your purchase and
welcome to Philips! To fully benefit from the
support that Philips offers, register your
product at www.philips.com/welcome.
This recorder makes recording easy. With the
built-in 160GB Hard Disk Drive, you can
record up to 123 hours of video in SLP
(Super Long Play) recording mode.
On top of that, you can store the DivX
movies, music files and digital camera photos
in the HDD Media Jukebox.
Note
Features highlight
Pause Live TV
You can pause any live TV programme by
pressing the PAUSE LIVE TV button. Resume
play by pressing the PAUSE LIVE TV button
again. You can now continue watching the
remainder of the programme. To return to
the live TV programme, just press the LIVE TV
button.
Instant Replay
You can repeat any scene of a live TV
programme by pressing the left button on the
remote control. To return to live TV
programme, press the STOP button.
• DO NOT disconnect the recorder from the power
supply unless you are not using this product for a
long period of time. Power is needed to enable
the recorder to perform essential tasks like timer
recording.
FlexTime
With FlexTime, you can watch a TV
programme while it is recorded. You do not
need to wait for the recording to finish to
watch it.
Time Shift Buffer (TSB)
Once you turn on the recorder, the Time
Shift Buffer stores the TV channel it is tuned
to. It can store up to 10 (ten) hours of TV
programmes in SP mode and automatically
removes anything that is older.
Media Jukebox
The media jukebox stores media files (video,
music and photos). These files are stored
according to its media type.
Enhanced USB upgrade
You can get information and upgrade the
software from a USB flash drive.
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Product Overview
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Your Product
a
HDD
Main Unit
e z (Record)
• Starts recording the current TV
channel or the current video source.
• Press repeatedly to extend the
recording time.
• Indicator lights up during recording.
a 2 (Standby-on)
• Turns on this unit or switches to
standby mode.
• Blinks rapidly when receiving
command signals from the remote
control.
b HDD Indicator
cX
• Lights up when a timer has been
programmed.
f
USB
• Input for USB device or digital camera.
• Only brands and models of digital
cameras and devices which conform
to USB Mass Storage Device class
standard are supported.
d u (Play/Pause)
• Starts/ pauses playback or recording.
mM
• Press to make a forward/ reverse
search.
LIVE TV
• Go to tuner mode.
• In time shift mode, go to current
broadcast position.
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a2
Remote Control
• Turns on the recorder or switches to
standby mode.
b USB
• Access the contents of the connected
USB device.
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c SOURCE
qh
qj
• Selects the recorder video source
(Tuner, CVBS or YPbPr).
d Colour coded buttons
HOME
qk
• Selects the corresponding screen
option.
e HOME
• Access/ exits the home menu.
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f WX:
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ql
w;
wa
ws
qa
• Cursor keys for moving to the left/
right.
• During viewing of a TV programme,
press and hold to replay or skip
forward.
ST :
• Cursor keys for moving up/ down.
g OK
• Confirms an entry or selection.
h BACK
qs
qd
qf
qg
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wf
wg
• Returns to the previous menu.
• During play of DivX Ultra files, press
to return to the main DivX menu.
i mM
• Fast reverse or fast forward search.
j PAUSE LIVE TV u
• Starts/ pauses play or recording.
k VOL+/ • Adjusts the volume of the TV
(compatible TVs only).
MUTE
• Mute the volume output from the
recorder.
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m SUBTITLE
• Selects a subtitle language during play
of DivX Ultra Video content.
n A-B REPEAT
• Repeats a specific section of a title.
o SLOW
v P +/• In tuner mode, select the next or
previous TV channel.
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• Selects a chapter/track number to
play.
• Selects the recorder’s preset TV tuner
channel.
w AUDIO
• Selects an audio language.
x RESOLUTION
• Adjust display resolution.
y ZOOM
• Enlarges a picture or recording during
play. Press repeatedly to toggle
through various options.
Your Product
l Numeric keypad
• Starts slow motion play. Press
repeatedly to toggle through various
options.
p REC LIST
• Displays the list of recorded titles.
q LIVE TV
• Go to tuner mode.
• In time shift mode , go to current
broadcast position.
r TIMER
• Enters the timer schedule menu.
s DISPLAY
• Displays/ hides the on-screen help
text.
t íë
• Skips to the previous or next chapter/
track/title.
u REC z
• Starts recording the current TV
channel or the current video source.
• Press repeatedly to extend the
recording time.
STOP x
• Stops play or recording.
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3 Connect
This section describes the connections for the
recorder.
Basic connections:
• Connect antenna or cable
• Connect video/audio cables
Optional connections:
• Connect other devices
• Connect to Cable box/ Satellite receiver
• Connect to VCR or other similar device
• Connect to DVD player or other similar
device
• Connect to analogue camcorder
Connect antenna or cable
To watch and record TV programmes,
connect this recorder to an antenna or a
cable box/satellite receiver.
Connect to an off-air antenna or
cable TV signals
To get TV reception, connect the recorder
directly to an off-air antenna or cable TV
signals.
VIDE O
Y
Pb
Pr
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
A U D IO
INPUT
TV-OUT
Place the unit
ANTENNA-IN
R
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
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ANTENNA
• Place this unit on a flat, hard and stable
surface. Do not place this unit on a carpet.
• Install this unit near the AC outlet where
the AC power plug can be easily reached.
CABLE
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2
3
Unplug the existing antenna cable.
Connect the antenna cable to the
ANTENNA-IN
socket.
Connect the supplied RF antenna cable
to the TV OUT
socket and to the
antenna input on the TV.
Tip
• The antenna input socket on your TV may be
labelled as ANT, ANTENNA IN or RF IN.
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Connect video/audio cables
• The S-video input socket on your TV may be
labelled as Y/C or S-VHS.
To view the playback from this recorder,
connect the recorder to the TV.
Before you start, select the best video
connection.
• Option 1: Connect to S-video socket
(for a standard TV).
• Option 2: Connect to composite video
sockets (for a standard TV).
• Option 3: Connect to component video
sockets (for a Progressive Scan TV).
Option 2: Connect to composite
video sockets
VIDE O
Y
Pb
VIDE O
Pb
Pr
Pr
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
INPUT
A U D IO
R
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
1
Option 1: Connect to S-Video
socket
Y
Connect
• This connections provides standard picture quality.
English
Tips
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
S-V
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
2
2
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
CVBS
INPUT
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDEO
Y
2
Pb
CVBS
L
Pr
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
1
OUTPUT
OUTPUT
2
AUDIO IN
S-VIDEO IN
1
2
Connect an S-video cable (not supplied)
from the S-VIDEO OUTPUT socket to
the S-Video input socket on the TV.
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO OUTPUT sockets to
the matching audio input sockets on the
TV.
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2
Connect a composite video cable (yellow
end) from the CVBS OUTPUT socket to
the video input socket on the TV.
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO OUTPUT sockets to
the matching audio input sockets on the
TV.
Tips
• The video input socket on your TV may be
•
labelled as A/V IN, VIDEO IN, COMPOSITE or
BASEBAND.
This connections provides standard picture quality.
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Option 3: Connect to component
video sockets
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VIDE O
Y
Pb
Pr
VIDEO
Y
Pr
Pb
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
INPUT
A U D IO
R
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDE
Y
2
Y
Pr
Pb
CVBS
A U D IO
L
OUTPUT
PB
R
S
2
PR
COMPONENT VIDEO INPUT
AUDIO IN
1
2
Connect component video cables (red/
blue/green - not supplied) from the
Y Pr Pb OUTPUT sockets to the
component input sockets on the TV.
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO OUTPUT sockets to
the matching audio input sockets on the
TV.
Tip
• Select the supported video resolution progressive
scan. See chapter “Adjust Settings – Video settings
– Set video format”,
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Tips
Connect to cable box/satellite
receiver
1
• With this connection, automatic channel search is
not required. See chapter ‘Get Started’.
• The CVBS sockets on the device may be labelled as
Ensure that the cable box/ satellite
receiver is connected to the TV with an
antenna cable.
VIDE O
Y
Pb
Pr
English
To connect this recorder to other devices,
you can use these suggested connections for
common used cases. Other solutions may be
possible, depending on the features of the
device.
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO INPUT sockets to the
matching audio output socket on the
cable box/ satellite receiver.
• To view the video input, press
SOURCE repeatedly until ‘CVBS’ is
displayed.
Connect
3
Connect other devices
TV OUT or TO TV.
VIDEO
Y
Pr
Pb
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
CVBS
INPUT
A U D IO
L
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDE O
Y
2
Pr
Pb
CVBS
A U D IO
L
R
INPUT
INPUT
3
3
OUTPUT
VIDEO
AUDIO
R
IN
OUTPUT
RF
2
L
VIDEO
AUDIO
R
L
S-VIDEO
Connect a composite video cable (yellow
end) from the CVBS INPUT socket to
the video output socket on the cable
box/ satellite receiver.
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Connect to VCR or similar device
VIDE O
Y
VIDEO
Pr
Pb
Connect to DVD player or similar
device
Y
Pr
Pb
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
L
A U D IO
R
CVBS
INPUT
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDE O
Y
Pr
Pb
VIDEO
Y
Pr
Pb
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
A U D IO
L
R
CVBS
INPUT
L
A U D IO
R
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
VIDE O
Y
Pr
Pb
VIDE O
Y
1
1
CVBS
L
A U D IO
Pb
Pr
R
INPUT
INPUT
CVBS
2
2
L
A U D IO
R
2
INPUT INPUT
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
Component
Video Out
AUDIO OUT
L
AUDIO
R
VHF/UHF
RF IN
OUT
VIDEO
OUT
L
AUDIO
VHF/UHF
RF OUT
1
2
R
IN
VIDEO
IN
L
AUDIO
1
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO INPUT sockets to the
matching audio output socket on the
device.
• To view the video input, press
SOURCE repeatedly until ‘CVBS’ is
displayed.
2
• Your new recorder replaces the VCR for all your
•
AUDIO OUT
Connect a composite video cable (yellow
end) from the CVBS INPUT socket to
the video output socket on the device.
Notes
recording needs. Just unplug all the connections to
your VCR.
Most commercial video tapes and DVDs are copyprotected and therefore cannot be recorded.
IN
Component
Video Out
R
Connect a component video cable (red/
blue/green ends - not supplied) from the
Y Pb Pr INPUT socket to the
component video output socket on the
device.
Connect an audio cable (red/white ends)
from the AUDIO INPUT sockets to the
matching audio output socket on the
device.
• To view the video input, press
SOURCE repeatedly until ‘YPbPr’ is
displayed.
Note
• Most commercial video tapes and DVDs are copyprotected and therefore cannot be recorded.
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VIDE O
Y
Pr
Pb
Connect to a USB device or digital
camera
VIDEO
Y
Pr
Pb
MAINS
TV -OUT
ANTE NNA-IN
CVBS
A U D IO
L
R
CVBS
INPUT
L
A U D IO
R
English
Connect to an analogue camcorder
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
1
Pr
Pb
CVBS
Connect
VIDE O
Y
A U D IO
L
R
INPUT
INPUT
2
2
VIDEO OUT AUDIO OUT
1
1
2
Connect a video cable (yellow end) from
the CVBS INPUT socket and to the SVHS or video output socket on the
camcorder.
Connect the audio cable (red/white
ends) from the AUDIO INPUT sockets
and to the audio output sockets on the
camcorder.
• To view the video input, press
SOURCE repeatedly until ‘CVBS’ is
displayed.
Connect a USB device or digital camera
to the
USB socket.
Note
• The USB socket does not support a USB hub
device. Only digital cameras and devices which
support USB Mass Storage Device class standard
are supported.
Tips
• You can copy files from the recorder to your USB
device.
• To view the contents of the connected USB device,
see chapter ‘Play – Play from USB’.
Tip
• To record from this device, see chapter ‘Record
from other devices’.
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4 Get Started
Navigate through the menu
1
Point the remote control directly at the
remote sensor on the front panel and
select the desired function.
Prepare the remote control
2
1
2
3
Open the battery compartment cover.
Insert two batteries type R03 or AAA.
Match the indications (+-) inside the
battery compartment.
Close the cover.
Use the following buttons on the remote
control to navigate through the onscreen menus, enter numbers and
confirm your selection.
Action
Button
Move up or down in a menu.
ST
WX
Move left or right in the top
menu.
Confirm a selection.
OK
Note
• If you are not going to use the remote control for a
long time, remove the batteries.
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First Time Settings
Notes
• Before you start, ensure that you have made all the
required connections.
• If a cable box or satellite receiver is connected,
•
1
2
turn it on now.
Complete the initial setup for this recorder before
you record.
4
Press 2 to turn on the recorder.
Press ST to select the country of your
residence and press OK.
The TV aspect selection screen is
displayed.
Get Started
Others
China
Hong Kong
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
When you turn on this recorder for the first
time, follow the instructions on the TV to
complete the initial setup for this recorder.
English
First Installation
First Installation
Turn on the TV to the correct video-in
channel.
• Select a channel on your TV, then
press the channel down button on
your TV remote control until you see
the menu language screen. (The
screen options may differ depending
on your country of purchase).
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
4:3 Pan Scan
4:3 Letter Box
16:9 Widescreen
[ 4:3 Pan Scan ]
First Installation
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
3
Select this for a full-height picture with
both sides trimmed.
[ 4:3 Letter Box ]
Select this for a ‘wide screen’ display with
black bands on the upper and lower
portions of the TV screen.
Press ST to select an on-screen menu
language and press OK.
The country selection screen is
displayed.
[ 16:9 Widescreen ]
Select this for a wide screen TV (frame
ratio16:9).
5
Press ST to select a TV shape option
and press OK.
Auto channel tuning begins.
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First Installation
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
Cancel
OK
Select [ Confirm ] and press OK.
The installation is complete. The
recorder is now ready for use.
First Installation
• If a cable box or satellite receiver is
connected: select [ Cancel ] to skip
the channel search.
• If an off-air antenna is connected:
select [ OK ] to start the channel
search. This process takes a few
minutes. Once complete, press OK.
The time and date entry screen is
displayed.
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
Setup Completed
Tips
• To re-install or modify the TV channels, see
chapter ‘Adjust Settings - Tuner settings’.
First Installation
Menu Language
TV Region
TV Shape
Auto Scan
Clock
6
20
Year Month
2008
1
Day
1
Hour
00
Sec.
00
Min.
00
Press ST (or the numeric keys) to
enter the correct entry. Press OK to go
to the next field.
A confirmation message is displayed.
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Use your recorder to watch
live TV
Once you switch to live TV, this recorder
stores the current TV programme into the
Time Shift Buffer. You can now control live
TV broadcast. For example, pause live TV
and resume play at any time or replay the live
TV programme.
1
2
3
4
Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for this recorder.
The Time Shift Buffer (TSB) is a temporary
hard disk storage in your recorder.
The Time Shift video bar displays the status
and time of the stored TV programmes.
Notes
• Content in the Time Shift Buffer is cleared if you
press the REC button.
• In Home menu, content in the Time Shift Buffer is
cleared if you select [ Recordings ], [ Media Files ],
[ USB ] or [ Timer ] and press OK.
Press DISPLAY to display or hide the
information bar.
Press 2 to turn on this recorder.
Press LIVE TV.
English
About Time Shift Buffer temporary HDD storage
Watch live TV
5 Watch live TV
11:49:10
11:01:05
12:10:05
Press P +/- to select a channel.
A
B
C
D
A Start time of the TV programme.
B Current play position of the TV
programme.
C Current position of the broadcast TV
programme.
D Current time of the TV programme.
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Select the time shift buffer quality
You can select the time shift buffer video
quality.
1
Press HOME.
The home menu is displayed.
2
3
Select [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press É to select [ Recording ], then
press T to select [ Time Shift Buffer
Quality ] and press OK.
Recording
System
Recording Quality
Time Shift Buffer Quality
Auto Chapter Marking
Time Shift Buffer
4
Language Tuner Video
SP
SP
20 Minutes
Auto
Select a setting and press OK.
[ HQ ] High quality.
[ SP ] Standard play.
[ LP ] Long Play
Control live TV
To control live TV, you can use the following
buttons on the remote control:
Action
Pause live TV or resume play.
Button
u
Press to skip backward
(instant replay).
W
Press to skip forward (skip
ahead).
X
• Press to fast rewind a
programme.
• Press repeatedly to
toggle between speed
options.
à
• Press to fast forward a
programme.
• Press repeatedly to
toggle between speed
options.
á
Go to current play position of
video source.
Ç
Go to live TV broadcast.
LIVE TV
Display the information bar.
DISPLAY
[ EP ] Extended Play.
[ SLP ] Super Long Play
5
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To exit the menu, press HOME.
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5 Record
English
Record settings
Before you record
Before you record, select the recording
quality. The recording quality determines the
amount of space the recorded title occupies
on the hard disk recorder.
Record media
1
Note
• Copy-protected programmes cannot be recorded.
• If a power failure occurs during recording, the title
is not recorded.
2
3
• High storage capacity.
• TV programmes are
recorded to the hard
disk.
• Media files are stored to
the hard disk.
Recording
Quality
Record
Select the recording quality
Press HOME.
The home menu is displayed.
Select [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press É to select [ Recording ], then
press T to select [ Recording Quality ]
and press OK.
Recording
Recording Quality
Time Shift Buffer Quality
Auto Chapter Marking
Time Shift Buffer
System
Language Tuner Video
SP
SP
20 Minutes
Auto
Hours of recording
[ HQ ] - high quality
22 hours
[ SP ] - standard play
quality
42 hours
[ LP ] - long play
63 hours
[ EP ] - extended play
85 hours
[ SLP ] - super long
play
123 hours
The data is subjected to change if the user has
modified the hard disk partition between [ Media
Files ] and [ Recordings ] during firmware
upgrade.
4
Select a setting and press OK.
[ HQ ] High quality.
[ SP ] Standard play.
[ LP ] Long Play
[ EP ] Extended Play.
[ SLP ] Super Long Play
5
To exit the menu, press HOME.
Tips
• The default record mode is SP.
• For other record settings, see chapter
“Adjust Settings – Recording settings”.
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Record the current TV
programme
1
3
Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for the recorder.
4
Press z to start recording.
• To add recording time, press z
repeatedly to extend the recording
time.
• To pause recording, press u.
• To continue recording, press u
again.
To stop recording, press x.
HOME
2
Select a recording source:
• To record directly in tuner mode:
press P+/- keys to select the TV
channel you wish to record.
• To record from a satellite receiver
or cable box connected to VIDEO
OUTPUT: press SOURCE repeatedly
to select ‘CVBS’ or ‘YPbPr’.
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Timer
No
2008/1/3
Source
Start time
Thu
Length
11:23
Status
Schedule a timer recording to start and stop
at a specified date and time.
Before you start ...
Ensure that the system clock is correct. To
adjust the system clock, see chapter “Adjust
Settings - [ System ] settings.
Record
You can schedule up to 8 recordings at a
time. During timer recording, you can only
watch the current channel.
English
About timer recording
New
3
Delete
History
To create a new timer entry, press the
Red button [ New ].
The timer schedule is displayed.
Timer Recordings Edit
Schedule a timer recording
Status
2008/1/3 Thu 11:23
HDD Free Space
Total Remaining: 86GB
HQ: 21 hrs. SP: 42 hrs.
LP: 63 hrs. EP: 84 hrs.
SLP: 123 hrs
Source
PR1
Start time
Length
2008/1/3 11:31 01 : 00
HOME
Repeat
Quality
Language
Once
SP
Language 1
Restore
Default
Save
4
Press ST buttons to select the value of
each setting, and use W X keys to move
the next option.
[ Source ]
Note
• Once you press TIMER, the TSB will be cleared.
1
2
Select the TV channel or the correct
video source (Tuner, CVBS or YPbPr),
which you have used to connect the
external device.
[ Start time ]
Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for the recorder.
Start date and time of recording (year/
month/date and hours : minutes).
Press TIMER.
The timer recording schedule is
displayed.
[ Length ]
Duration of recording. (Hours: minutes)
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[ Repeat ]
Select a repeat recording option: (Once,
Everyday, Mon-Fri, Mon-Sat, Sun, Mon,
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat).
• Timer editing is not available during a timer
Select a mode of recording quality:
• [ HQ ] ~ [ SLP ] – See chapter
‘Before you record – Select the
recording quality’.
• If a timer schedule is marked [ LOCK ], it is not
Enable or disable recording of the
optional audio language. (Only available if
the source has dual language broadcast).
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7
8
Notes
[ Quality ]
[ Language ]
5
Edit a timer recording
recording.
available for editing.
1
2
Press BACK to exit the menu.
Press 2 to switch the recorder to
standby mode.
2008/1/3
No
Source
List 1
List 2
List 3
PR1
PR3
PR4
New
3
4
5
6
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Press TIMER.
The timer recording list is displayed.
Timer
Once complete, press the Yellow button
[ Save ].
• To reset the entry, press the Blue
button [ Restore Default ].
A confirmation message is displayed.
To confirm the timer recording schedule,
select [ Confirm ], then press OK.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for the recorder.
Start time
11:23
Length Status
01/05 08:00 (Once)
01/08 10:00 (Sun)
01/09 09:15 (Mon)
Delete
Thu
00:30
01:00
00:30
Status
Ready
Ready
Ready
History
Select a timer to edit and press OK.
Make the necessary changes and press
the Yellow button [ Save ].
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
Press BACK to exit the menu.
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2
3
Select the timer, then press the Green
button [ Delete ].
Select an option, then press OK.
Once a timer is deleted, it is removed
from the recording timer list.
View history of timer
recordings
1
2
To pause a timer schedule:
1
2
Select the timer, then press the Yellow
button [ Status ].
Select [ Pause the selected scheduled
recording ] and press OK.
The timer recording list is displayed
and the timer is paused.
To activate a paused timer:
1
2
Select the paused timer, press the Yellow
button [ Status ].
Select [ Enable the timer by user’s
setting ] and press OK.
The timer recording list is displayed
and the timer is ready for recording.
3
English
1
Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for the recorder.
Press TIMER.
The timer recording list is displayed.
Press the Blue button [ History ].
The history timer recordings is
displayed.
To delete any previous timer history:
The history of timer recordings are
automatically replaced by the most recent
recordings.
Note
• Timer editing is not available during a timer
recording.
1
2
Select the timer, then press the Green
button [ Delete ].
Select [ Confirm ], then press OK.
The history is deleted and removed
from the history list.
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Record
To delete a timer schedule:
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Record from other devices
Record from an external device
Simultaneous record and
play
(Analogue camcorder/ Satellite receiver/
VCR/ DVD Player)
Play the programme during
recording
You can record from the external device to
this recorder. Copy-protected material
cannot be recorded on this recorder.
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Turn on the TV to the correct viewing
channel for the recorder.
Connect the external device (e.g.
analogue camcorder, VCR, DVD player)
to this recorder.
Press SOURCE to select the video
source.
• [ CVBS ] : the device connected to
the CVBS INPUT (CVBS and
AUDIO L/R) sockets on the recorder.
• [ YPbPr ] : the device connected to
the Y Pb Pr INPUT (YPbPr and
AUDIO L/R) sockets on the recorder.
To stop recording, press x.
A new title is saved.
To exit, press SOURCE.
Select the title marked [ Recording... ],
then press u.
Play another recording or media file
during recording
Play from HDD
1
2
Press REC LIST.
Select a title to play, then press u.
Playback from USB
1
Start play on the connected device and
locate the content to record.
Press z at the point you want to start
recording.
• To add recording time, press z
repeatedly to extend the recording
time.
• To pause recording, press u.
• To continue recording, press u
again.
Press REC LIST.
2
Insert the USB device to the
USB
socket.
A message is displayed. Select
[ Confirm ] to view the USB contents
menu.
• If the USB is already connected, press
USB to access the content menu.
Select a file to play, then press u.
Watch other TV programme
1
2
Use the TV remote control to select a
TV channel.
To view play from the recorder, switch
the TV back to its correct viewing
channel for recorder.
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Play from USB
View the contents of a USB drive, USB
memory card reader or digital camera through
this recorder. The
USB socket supports
the play of these formats:
• Video : AVI (V: DivX 3x/ 4x/ 5x/ 6x, Xvid),
DivX and DivX Ultra, HD MPEG2 ts/tp,
VOB, DAT, MPEG1/2
• Audio : MP3/ WMA/ WAV/ OGG/ AAC.
Maximum number of files recognizable
4096 files (In one page.)
• Photo : JPEG/HD JPEG/BMP
Maximum number of picture recognizable
4096 files (preview 6 files in the same
time)
2
• For more play options, see chapter ‘Play’.
Play from a USB card reader
Note
• In USB mode, the time shift buffer is cleared.
1
• WMA Pro & Advanced Profile and WMA with
DRM are not supported.
• The USB socket does not support a USB hub
•
Select a file, then press u.
Tip
Notes
device. Only digital cameras and devices which
support USB Mass Storage Device class standard
are supported.
In USB mode, the time shift buffer is cleared.
Insert the USB device to the
USB
socket.
A message is displayed. Select
[ Confirm ] to view the USB contents
menu.
• If the USB is already connected, press
USB to access the content menu.
English
1
Play
6 Play
2
3
Insert the USB device to the
USB
socket.
A message is displayed. Select
[ Confirm ] to view the USB contents
menu.
• If the USB is already connected, press
USB to access the content menu.
Each memory card in the reader is
assigned its own folder. Select a folder
and press OK.
Select a file, then press u to start.
Tip
• During play, when you select another card in the
reader, play stops.
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Play video
Play a recorded title
1
Press REC LIST.
The list of recorded titles is displayed.
Recording List
12:00:16
TITLE: 02
2008/02/02
PR 13
10:00:30
TITLE: 03
2008/02/10
PR 8
TITLE: 04
2008/02/11
PR 1
TITLE: 04
2008/02/11
CH01
Edit
2
8
TITLE: 01
2008/03/01
PR 1
Free Space : 85GB
NEW
09:15:16
11:00:30
TITLE: 01
Quality: SP
Length: 00:15:10
Size: 524 MB
12:15:30
Tools
Sorting
Resume Play
Select a title and press u.
6
Locate the file to play.
• To display all DivX files, select [ List ].
• If the file is stored in another folder,
select the folder, then press OK
• If the folder contains many files,
pressí ë to view the previous/next
page of file names.
Select a file and press u.
• To stop playback, press x.
• To return to the previous level, select
[ Previous ], then press OK.
• To select another subtitle language,
press SUBTITLE.
• You can select another character set,
see chapter “Adjust Settings –
Language settings - Set DivX subtitle
font”.
Notes
• The supported subtitle file formats include:.srt,
.smi, .sub, .sami.
• Low-quality DivX® video may be pixelated.
Play a Movie
You can play a DivX® file stored on this hard
disk recorder or from a USB flash drive. To
copy data files to this recorder, see chapter
“Copy Files”. This recorder supports play of
the following formats: VOB (DVD), MPG
(MPEG-1/2), AVI (DivX 3x/4x/5x/6x, MPEG-4
ASP: XviD), DivX, DivX Ultra, DAT (VCD),
and HD MPEG2 TS/TP files (resolution up to
1080i).
1
2
3
4
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Tip
• During play of DivX Ultra files, press BACK to
return to the main DivX menu.
Press HOME.
Select a source:
• For data files on the recorder: select
[ Media Files ], then press OK.
• For USB devices: press USB.
The content menu is displayed.
Press S to select [ Previous ].
Press X to select [ Movies ].
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Play music
Tips
English
• This recorder does not support MP3PRO audio
format.
• If any special characters are present in the MP3
track name (ID3) or album name, it might not be
displayed correctly on the screen because these
characters are not supported.
Play MP3/ WMA files
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Select a source:
• For data files on the recorder: select
[ Media Files ], then press OK.
• For USB devices: press USB.
The content menu is displayed.
Press S to select [ Previous ].
Press X to select [ Music ].
Locate the file to play.
• To display all MP3/WMA files, select
[ List ].
• If the file is stored in another folder,
select the folder, then press OK
• If the folder contains many files,
pressí ë to view the previous/next
page of file names.
Play
Play most MP3/ WMA files copied to a USB
device or the recorder.
Select another track/ file
When a folder contains several tracks or files,
you can select a different track or file during
playback.
Action
Button
To go to the next track/file.
É
To return to the start of the
previous track/file.
Ñ
Select repeat options
You can select various repeat functions during
playback. The repeat play options vary
depending on the media type.
1
Music
Previous
List
Artist: Artiste1
Title: Music
Album: Music
Genre: Rock
Track: 1
Comment:
2
During play of the audio files, press the
Yellow button [ Repeat ].
Press the Yellow button [ Repeat ]
repeatedly to select the repeat option
and press OK.
[ All ]
1. Music.mp3 2.Music2.mp3
Edit
6
3. Music3.mp3
Repeat play of all files.
4.Music4.mp3
[ Repeat 1 ]
Repeat
Repeat play of the selected file.
Select a file and press u.
• To stop playback, press x.
• To repeat play, press the Yellow
button [ Repeat ] repeatedly to toggle
between the repeat options.
3
To cancel repeat play, press the Yellow
button [ Repeat ] repeatedly to select
[ Repeat Off ].
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View photos
Play a picture slide show
You can view JPEG/ HD JPEG/ BMP files as a
slide show.
1
2
Press HOME.
3
4
5
Button
To enter/exit zoom mode.
Press repeatedly to select the
zoom factor.
ZOOM
In zoom mode, to pan through
the enlarged picture.
WXST
To rotate the picture.
WX
View the previous/next picture
ST
Select a source:
• For data files on the recorder: select
[ Media Files ], then press OK.
• For USB device: press USB.
The content menu is displayed.
8
9
Press S to select [ Previous ].
1
Press X to select [ Photos ].
Locate the file to play.
• To display all JPEG files, select [ List ].
• If the files are stored in another folder,
select the folder, then press OK
• If the folder contains many files,
pressí ë to view the previous/next
page of file names.
Photos
Previous
List
/ Photos
Name: IMG_001.JPG
Size: 683 KBytes
During play, use the following keys.
Action
Press BACK to return to the main menu.
To stop and view the content menu,
press x.
Start a musical slide show playback,
2
Select an MP3 file and press OK.
The MP3 file starts playback.
Select a picture file in the menu and
press OK.
The slide show begins.
Supported JPEG picture formats File format:
• The file extension has to be ‘.JPG’, or ‘.
JPEG.’
• This recorder can only display digital
camera pictures according to the JPEG-EXIF
format, typically used by almost all digital
cameras. It does not display Motion JPEG
or pictures in formats other than JPEG or
sound clips associated with pictures.
Tips
• It may require a longer time for the recorder to
Edit
6
32
Repeat
Select a file and press u.
The slide show begins.
•
display the USB contents due to the large number
of songs/pictures compiled onto the drive.
If the JPEG picture is not recorded with an ‘exif ’
type file, the actual thumbnail picture will not be
displayed in the content menu.
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English
Control Play
You can enlarge the picture on the screen and
pan through the picture.
1
2
3
Press ZOOM repeatedly.
The zoom mode is activated.
Use STWX keys to pan through the
enlarged picture.
To exit, press ZOOM repeatedly until
normal size resumes.
Play from a digital camera
1
2
Select another title/ chapter
During play, select another title or chapter by
following these steps:
Action
Play
Enlarge a picture
Button
To go to the next chapter.
ë
To return to the start of the
previous chapter.
í
Numeric
keys 0 - 9
To select by a chapter number.
Connect the digital camera to the USB
socket on the front panel.
Use the digital camera to control playback
settings.
Select a subtitle language
Select a subtitle language on DivX® Ultra files.
1
2
During play, press SUBTITLE.
Select a language and press OK.
• If the selected language is not
available, the default content language
is used.
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Select an audio language
Repeat a specific scene (A-B Repeat)
Select an audio language in Live TV mode.
You can repeat play of a specific segment
within a title or chapter. To do so, you must
mark the start and end of the segment you
want.
Note
• This feature is only available when playing a
recording from the recording list.
1
During play, press AUDIO.
The language options appear. If the
selected audio channel is not available,
the default audio channel will be used.
1
2
Search forward/ backward
You can fast forward search or fast reverse
search the video content during playback.
1
During play, press à or á.
The search status bar is displayed and
the sound is muted.
2
Press à or á repeatedly to cycle
through the different speed options.
• To resume normal playback, press
u.
Slow motion play
1
2
34
During play of DivX® files or title
recordings, press the SLOW key to
enable slow motion play.
Press SLOW repeatedly to cycle through
the different slow motion speed.
• To resume normal playback, press
u.
3
During play, press A-B REPEAT at the
point to mark the start point for repeat
play.
Press A-B REPEAT again at the end point
and press OK.
Play skips to the start of the marked
segment. The segment is repeated
until repeat mode is cancelled.
To cancel repeat play, press A-B
REPEAT repeatedly until [ Repeat Off ]
is displayed.
Resume play from the last stopped
point
This option is available if you have not finished
watching a title played previously. You can
resume play from its last stopped point.
1
2
Press REC LIST.
The list of recorded titles is displayed.
Select the file which you have not
finished watching and press the Blue
button [ Resume Play ].
Play starts from the last stopped point.
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Sort titles
English
7 Edit Recordings
You can easily find a title by using the sort
options.
The recording list screen displays the
recordings on this recorder. It is displayed
once you press REC LIST.
B C
A
Recording List
TITLE: 01
2008/03/01
PR 1
12:00:16
TITLE: 02
2008/02/02
PR 13
10:00:30
TITLE: 03
2008/02/10
PR 8
TITLE: 04
2008/02/11
PR 1
TITLE: 04
2008/02/11
CH01
Edit
3
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Yellow
button [ Sorting ].
The sort menu is displayed.
Select an option, then press OK.
[ Title Number ]
D
8
1
2
Edit Recordings
About the recording list
Sort titles according to its title number
(eg. TITLE 01).
Free Space: 85GB
NEW
E
09:15:16
TITLE: 01
Quality: SP
Length: 00:15:10
Size: 524 MB
11:00:30
F
[ Recording Time ]
Sort titles according to its time of
recording. The last recorded title is listed
first.
12:15:30
Tools
Sorting
Resume Play
[ Title Name ]
Sort titles according to its title name.
The recording menu screen displays
information on:
A The thumbnail of a title.
B The title number, recording date and
time, and the title name. If a recording
has not been played, it is marked
[ NEW ].
C Number of recorded titles.
D The available hard disk space for
recordings.
E The preview of the title.
F The title number, recording quality,
length of recording and its file size.
[ New Titles ]
Titles which have not been played are
listed first.
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Edit titles
Erase a scene in a title
You can use the colour coded buttons in the
recording list to edit your recordings:
1
2
Edit
Tools
Sorting
Resume Play
• The Red button [ Edit ]:
• Set a thumbnail
• Erase a scene (A-B Erase)
• Divide a title
• Merge a title
• Add/ remove a chapter marker
• Rename a title
• The Green button [ Tools ]:
• Delete all titles
• Delete a title
• Set child lock
• Protect a title
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3
4
5
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Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Set Thumbnail ], then press OK.
• Press à á keys to make a fast
forward/ reverse search.
Select [ A-B Erase ], then press OK.
• Press à á keys to make a fast
forward/ reverse search.
SET A
4
5
6
Set a thumbnail
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
A - B Erase
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1
2
Press REC LIST.
SET B
Cancel
Confirm
Press u to pause at the start point.
Select [ SET A ], then press OK.
Press u to resume play and press u
again at the end point.
Select [ SET B ] and press OK.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ] and press
OK.
A - B Erase
SET A
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SET B
Cancel
Confirm
To confirm, select [ Confirm ] and press
OK.
This scene is erased from the title.
Locate the scene and press u.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ] and press
OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ] and press
OK.
The thumbnail of the title is changed.
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3
Tip
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Divide Title ], then press OK.
• Press à á keys to make a fast
forward/ reverse search.
Divide Title
5
recording in the list.
1
2
3
Cancel
4
• Select the older recording to merge with the next
Confirm
Press u to pause at the point to divide.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ] and press
OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ] and press
OK.
This title is divided into two.
Press REC LIST.
Select title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Merge Title ], then press OK.
The two titles to merge are displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ] and press
OK.
Merge Title
TITLE: 01, TITLE: 02
Cancel
4
Confirm
To confirm, select [ Confirm ] and press
OK.
This title is merged into one.
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Edit Recordings
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2
English
Merge a title
Divide a title
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Add or remove chapter markers
To remove chapter markers
To add chapter markers
1
2
1
2
3
3
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Add Chapter Marking ], then
press OK.
• Press à á keys to make a fast
forward/ reverse search.
Add Chapter Marking
Cancel
4
5
Confirm
To add a chapter marker, select
[ Confirm ] and press OK.
A chapter marker is added and
indicated by a red flag.
To exit, press select [ Cancel ].
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Remove Chapter Marking ],
then press OK.
Remove Chapter Marking
Cancel
4
5
Confirm
To remove the highlighted chapter
marker, select [ Confirm ] and press OK.
The chapter marker is removed.
To exit, press select [ Cancel ].
Edit a title name
1
2
3
4
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
Select [ Rename ], then press OK.
An on-screen keyboard is displayed.
Select the key to enter, then press OK.
• Use the following keys to edit:
Action
Option
Insert a space between the
characters.
[ Space ]
Remove the character to the
left of the cursor.
[ Delete ]
Toggle between upper, lower
case characters or symbols
[ CAPS ]
5
To confirm, select [ OK ], then press
OK.
The title name is edited.
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3
4
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Delete all titles ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
All titles are removed.
Delete a title
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2
3
4
Before you start...
Ensure you have enabled the child lock
function. (See chapter “Adjust settings - Video
settings - Enable child lock”).
You can prevent a child from viewing a title
which requires parental guidance by setting a
child lock to the title.
1
2
3
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Delete ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To delete the selected title, select
[ Confirm ], then press OK.
The title is removed.
4
5
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Child Lock ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
Enter the password, then press OK.
The title is locked from viewing.
To unlock child lock
1
2
3
4
5
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Un-Lock ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
Enter the password, then press OK.
The title is unlocked for viewing.
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English
1
2
Set child lock
Edit Recordings
Delete all titles
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Protect/ Unprotect a title
You can protect the recorded title to prevent
accidental loss of recordings.
1
2
3
4
Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Protect Title ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
The title is protected. It cannot be
erased or edited.
To unprotect a title,
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2
3
4
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Press REC LIST.
Select a title, then press the Green
button [ Tools ].
The tools menu is displayed.
Select [ Unprotect Title ], then press
OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To confirm, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
The title is unprotected.
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1
2
Copy to USB
Notes
• Only digital cameras and devices which support
•
•
•
USB Mass Storage Device class standard are
supported.
Recorded titles are copied in FAT32 format to
the USB device. To format your device in FAT32
format, see chapter “Adjust Settings – Format
Files”.
If the USB device is formatted in NTFS system, it
may not be operate properly with this recorder.
When viewing recorded titles on a computer:
– in FAT32 format, titles which are larger than 2GB
will be divided in several files.
– in FAT and FAT16 formats, titles which are larger
than 1GB will be divided in several files.
Before you start...
Insert a USB device to the USB socket.
Select [ Confirm ] to view the USB contents
menu.
Copy recordings to USB
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2
3
4
3
4
5
6
English
Copy media files to USB
Press HOME.
Select [ Media Files ], then press OK.
The content menu is displayed.
Select the folder or file to copy and press
the Green button [ Edit ].
Select [ Copy to USB ], then press OK.
The USB content menu is displayed.
To confirm, press the Green button
[ Paste ].
The folder/file is copied to the USB
flash drive. A confirmation message is
displayed.
To exit, press OK.
Copy to HDD
Copy media files to HDD
1
2
Press REC LIST.
3
Select a title, then press the Red button
[ Edit ].
The edit menu is displayed.
4
Select [ Copy to USB ], then press OK.
The title is copied to the USB.
5
Once complete, select [ Close ], then
press OK.
6
Press HOME.
Select [ USB ], then press OK.
The USB content menu is displayed.
Select the folder or file to copy and press
the Green button [ Edit ].
Select [ Copy to Media Files ], then press
OK.
The media files menu is displayed.
To confirm, press the Green button
[ Paste ].
The folder/file is copied to the media
files. A confirmation message is
displayed.
To exit, press OK.
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8 Copy Files
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9 Adjust Settings
5
Select an option and press OK.
[ Standard ]
Display a standard list of Roman subtitle
fonts supported on this recorder.
Note
• Underlined options are the factory default settings.
[ 简体中文 ]
Display Simplified Chinese fonts.Under
[ 繁體中文 ]
Language Settings
Display Traditional Chinese fonts.
6
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Change system menu language
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press HOME.
Set media font
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Select a font which displays the filename of
the media content.
Press X to select [ Language ].
Press T to select [ Menu Language ],
then press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
1
2
3
4
5
Set DivX subtitle font
1
2
3
4
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Language ].
Press T to select [ Media Title Font ],
then press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ Standard ]
Display a standard list of Roman subtitle
fonts supported on this recorder.
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
[ 简体中文 ]
Press X to select [ Language ].
Display Simplified Chinese fonts.
Press T to select [ DivX Subtitle Font ],
then press OK.
[ 繁體中文 ]
Display Traditional Chinese fonts.
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To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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Tuner Settings
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2
3
4
Select country of residence
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Language ].
Press T to select [ Dual Language ], then
press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ Language I ]
The first broadcast language will be
recorded.
[ Language II ]
The second broadcast language will be
recorded.
6
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2
3
4
5
6
Adjust Settings
5
English
Set recording language
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Tuner ].
Select [ TV Region ], then press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Install all TV channels
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Note
• All channels stored on the recorder will be reset.
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Tuner ].
Press T to select [ Auto Scan ], then
press OK.
Channel tuning begins.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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[ Video System ]
Manage preset channels
1
2
3
4
Use WX keys to select a TV system
standard that produces the least
distortion of picture and sound.
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
[ Swap With ]
Press X to select [ Tuner ].
Select the target channel to change
position with the current channel.
Press T to select [ Manage Presets ],
then press OK.
5
[ Seek ]
Select [ Edit ], then press OK.
PR
Name
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PR 1
PR 2
PR 3
PR 4
PR 5
PR 6
PR 7
PR 8
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7
Enter the frequency of the channel.
• Select the key to enter and press OK.
• To confirm, select [ OK ] , then press
OK.
Channel Edit
Status
Name
Fine Tune
Video System
Swap With
Seek
ON
PR 2
1
PAL B/G
1
175.25Mhz
6
7
Once complete, press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Select a channel to edit, then press OK.
Use WX keys to change the setting and
ST keys to select the previous/next
entry field.
[ Status ]
• [ ON ] : You can access the channel
by using the P +/- key.
• [ OFF ] : You can access the channel
only by pressing the corresponding
numeric key.
[ Name ]
Displays the channel name.
[ Fine Tune ]
Adjust the frequency of the channel.
• Use WX keys to increase/decrease
the frequency.
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Set picture display format
Set a video format supported by the
connected TV. You can also press the
RESOLUTION button to toggle through the
video options.
The picture format determines the aspect
ratio of display according to the type of TV
you have connected.
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Note
• If the selected resolution is not supported, the
•
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Video ].
Press T to select [ TV Shape ], then
press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ 4:3 Pan Scan ]
1
2
3
4
5
Select this for a full-height picture with
both sides trimmed.
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Video ].
Press T to select [ Video Format ], then
press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ PAL 576i ]. [ PAL 576p ], [ 720p ], or
[ 1080i ]
[ 4:3 Letter Box ]
Select this for a ‘wide screen’ display with
black bands on the upper and lower
portions of the TV screen.
screen turns blank and resumes to the optimal
resolution in twenty seconds.
If you select the options [ 720p ] or [ 1080i ], there
will not be any concurrent display through the
CVBS video connections.
English
Set video format
Adjust Settings
Video Settings
Select a video resolution according to the
capability of the connected TV: “i”
denotes interlace and “p” denotes
progressive.
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To go to Home menu, press HOME.
[ 16:9 Widescreen ]
Select this for a wide screen TV (frame
ratio16:9).
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To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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View DivX(R) VOD registration
code
Select to view the DivX® VOD (Video On
Demand) registration code that allows you to
rent or purchase videos using DivX® VOD
services. For more information, visit
www.divx.com/vod.
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Video ].
Press T to select [ DivX(R) VOD ], then
press OK.
The registration code is displayed. Use
this code to purchase or rent videos
from DivX® VOD service at www.
divx.com/vod.
Set auto chapter markers
Divide a recording (title) into chapters by
inserting chapter markers at a specific interval.
This enables you to access a specific point in
the recording quickly.
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Recording ].
Press T to select [ Auto Chapter
Marking ], then press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ 5 minutes ], [ 10 minutes ], [ 15
minutes ], [ 20 minutes ]
Chapter markers are inserted
automatically within the title during
recording at every 5, 10, 15, or 20
minutes interval.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
[ OFF ]
Recording Settings
No chapter markers are inserted in the
recording.
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To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Select the recording quality
See chapter ‘Record – Recording settings’.
Select the time shift buffer quality
See chapter ‘Watch Live TV – About Time
Shift Buffer - temporary HDD storage’.
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System settings
1
2
3
4
Adjust time and date
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X to select [ Recording ].
Press T to select [ Time Shift Buffer ],
then press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ Auto ]
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2
3
4
Programmes are automatically stored to
the time shift buffer once you switch on
the recorder.
[ Manual ]
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Select [ Clock ], then press OK.
• Use the numeric keypad to enter
each field.
• Use WX to select the previous/next
field.
[ Year Month Day ]
Time shift buffer is activated manually.
• When viewing a video source or live
TV, press u to enable time shift
mode. To disable, press x.
6
Press HOME.
Enter the date in the format : year,
month and day.
[ Hour Min. Sec. ]
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Enter the time in the format : hour,
minutes and seconds.
5
6
7
To confirm, press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
• To cancel, select [ Cancel ], then
press OK.
To proceed, select [ Confirm ], then
press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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Adjust Settings
5
English
Control Time Shift Buffer
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Enable night mode
Enable child lock
Night mode optimises playback of sound at
low volumes
Child lock allows you to set a password to
prevent viewing of prohibited content.
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
5
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ Night Mode ], then
press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
5
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ Child Lock ], then
press OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ ON ]
Enable night mode. High volume output
is softened and low volume output is
increased to an audible level.
Enable child lock.
Disable night mode.
[ OFF ]
Disable child lock.
6
[ Auto Volume Adjust ]
Enable automatic night mode.
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Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
[ ON ]
[ OFF ]
6
Press HOME.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
7
Enter the existing four digit password.
• If you are entering the password for
the first time or if you forget the
password, the default password is
‘0808’.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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View firmware information
Change the password for child lock. This four
digit password may be required when you are
playing prohibited content.
Display information on the hard disk space.
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ Change Password ],
then press OK.
System
Language
Clock
Night Mode
Child Lock
Change Password
Firmware Upgrade
HDD Information
Format
Restore Default
5
6
7
8
9
Tuner
Video
Input Password
_
_
_
4
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
The current version of the firmware
of this recorder is displayed.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Adjust Settings
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
English
Change password
Recording
View hard disk information
_
Input New Password
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_
_
_
Confirm New Password
_
_
_
_
Enter the existing four digit password.
• If you are entering the password for
the first time or if you forget the
password, the default password is
‘0808’.
Enter the new four digit pin code.
Display information on the hard disk space.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ HDD Information ],
then press OK.
Information on available space for
recording is displayed.
To exit, select [ OK ] and press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
Enter the same four digit pin code again,
then press OK.
Select [ OK ] and press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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Format files
Restore default settings
This option removes all recordings and media
files on the recorder or a USB flash drive
Reset the recorder to factory default settings.
1
2
3
4
5
Note
Press HOME.
• After the reset, the initial setup is required. See
chapter ‘Get Started - First time settings’. All
previous settings are reset.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ Format ], then press
OK.
Select an option and press OK.
[ Recordings ]
1
2
3
4
Removes recorded titles on the recorder.
[ Media Files ]
Removes all media files (MP3, WMA,
jpeg and DivX files) on the recorder.
5
6
Press HOME.
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press X repeatedly to select [ System ].
Press T to select [ Restore Default ],
then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
Select [ OK ] and press OK.
To go to Home menu, press HOME.
[ USB ]
Removes all files on the USB flash drive.
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To go to Home menu, press HOME.
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Care
The media jukebox stores media files (video,
music and photos). If the hard disk partition
between Media Files and Recordings is not
modified, the media files folder can store up
to 40GB of video, music and photos.
Media Type
Details
[ Movies ]
100 Hours/ 60 movies in DivX.
(Based on 100Min per DivX
Ultra movie, video: 640*480,
5028Kbps, 25.0fps, audio:
192Kbps, 48000Hz, 2CH AC3, 8
subtitle, 8 audio)
[ Photos ]
71,000 photos in JPG
(Based on 562KB, 1920*1080
HD JPG)
[ Music ]
8,600 songs in WMA/ 716 hours
(Based on 128Kbps, 4.65MB, 5
minutes per song).
Hard disk drive handling care
To avoid damage to the hard disk and losing
important data:
• Do not move the recorder or subject it to
vibration during its operation.
• Do not disconnect the AC power plug
from the mains socket without switching
the recorder to standby mode.
Regularly backup data in the hard disk in case
of data corruption or loss. Philips bears no
responsibility for loss of data stored on the
hard disk.
The data is subjected to change if the user has
modified the hard disk partition between [ Media
Files ] and [ Recordings ] during firmware
upgrade.
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About Media Files
Additional Information
10 Additional
Information
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Upgrade software
The software installed in your recorder is
continuously being refined for greater stability
and compatibility of the set. Periodically,
Philips issues upgrades for the software which
you can copy onto a USB flash drive to install
on your recorder.
Caution!
• Power supply must not be interrupted during
upgrade!
Copy upgrade information
9
Install firmware
Before you start...
• Copy the latest firmware to the root
directory of your USB device.
• Switch off the power supply to the
recorder.
1
2
Note
• When checking for the latest firmare upgrade,
please also check for any accompanying
instructions on installing the firmware.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Insert the USB device to the USB socket.
Select [ Confirm ] and press OK.
1
Press [ Settings ], then press OK.
Press T to select [ Firmware
Upgrade ], then press OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
To proceed, select [ OK ], then press OK.
The information is copied to the USB
device.
Once copying completes, press OK and
remove the USB device.
Connect the USB device to a personal
computer with internet access.
Double-click on the file
<Philips_DVR2008.html> to be
directed to a web page to download
the latest firmware.
Insert the USB device to the USB socket.
Press and hold 2 on the front panel and
switch on the recorder.
Release the 2 button when you see
the firmware install screen is displayed.
To retain the recordings and media files in
your hard disk,
Press HOME.
Press X to select [ System ].
Follow the on-screen instructions and
download the required firmware.
Select [ Cancel ], then press OK.
Installation begins. Once complete,
the initial setup is displayed. (See
chapter “Get Started - First time
settings”.)
To format your hard disk,
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2
3
Select [ Confirm ], then press OK.
You can modify the hard disk partition
between [ Media Files ] and
[ Recordings ].
• Use WX keys to modify the hard disk
partition.
To confirm, press OK.
Installation begins. Once complete,
the initial setup is displayed. (See
chapter “Get Started - First time
settings”.)
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• Specification and design are subject to change
•
without notice.
Only brands and models of digital cameras and
devices which conform to USB Mass Storage
Device class standard are supported.
Accessories supplied
•
•
•
•
Remote control and batteries
RF antenna cable
Audio/ video cable
Quick Start Guide
Recording Media
•
Recording media: HDD, USB
•
Audio Playback
•
•
Storage Media
•
Picture compression formats: JPEG, HD JPEG, BMP
Picture enhancement: Rotate, Zoom
Convenience
Playback Media
USB
Compression formats: VOB (DVD), MPG (MPEG1/2), AVI (DivX 3x/4x/5x/6x, MPEG-4 ASP: XviD),
DivX, DivX Ultra, DAT (VCD), and HD MPEG2
TS/TP files
Compression formats: Dolby Digital, MPEG2
Multichannel, PCM, MP3, Mpeg I Layer 1,2,3/ Mpeg
II Layer 1,2/ Dolby Digital AC3/ LPCM/ WMA/
AAC, LPCM/ MPEG audio recording
MP3 bit rates: 32~256 kbps and VBR
Still Picture Playback
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•
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Recording system: PAL
Compression formats: MPEG2
Recording modes: High Quality (HQ), Standard
Play (SP), Long Play (LP), Extended Play (EP),
Super Long Play (SLP)
Audio compression: MPEG
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Notes
Video Recording
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Additional Information
Specifications
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Programming/Timer Enhancements:
Daily/Weekly, Repeat Programme, Manual Timer,
One Touch Recording
Programmable events: 8
Power
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Power supply: 220 - 240V, 50Hz
Consumption: 18 W (typical)
Standby power consumption: < 3W
Hard Disk capacity: 160 GB
Cabinet
Tuner/Reception/Transmission
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TV system: PAL
Aerial Input: 75 Ohm coaxial (IEC75)
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Dimensions (W x H x D) : 360 x 50 x 296 mm
Net Weight : 3 kg
Picture/Display
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D/A converter: 12 bit, 108 MHz
A/D converter: 10 bit, 27 MHz
Picture enhancement: Progressive scan
Sound
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D/A converter: 24 bit, 192 kHz
A/D converter: 24 bit, 192 kHz
Signal to noise ratio: 98 dB
Crosstalk (1kHz): 90 dB
Dynamic Range (1kHz): 90 dB
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11 Troubleshooting
Warning!
• Risk of electric shock. Never remove the casing of
this recorder.
To keep the warranty valid, never try to repair the system yourself.
If you encounter problems when using this recorder, check the following
points before requesting service. If the problem remains unsolved,
register your product and get support at www.philips.com/welcome.
Main Unit
No power.
• Press 2 (Standby-On) button on the front of the
recorder to turn on the system.
• Ensure that the AC outlet has power.
Remote control does not
work.
• Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on the front
of the recorder (not towards TV).
• Remove any obstacles between the recorder and the
remote control.
• Batteries are weak. Replace the batteries.
No TV signal is received.
• Check the connection to the antenna or cable TV signal.
• Manually tune and store the TV channel. See chapter
‘Adjust Settings – Manage preset channels’.
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No picture
• Check the video connections. See chapter ‘Connect’.
• Turn on the TV to the Video In channel.
• Use the TV remote control to select the channel until you
see the video output from the recorder. See chapter ‘Get
Started’.
• Your recorder might have been set to progressive scan
mode while your TV does not support progressive scan.
Follow the steps below:
Troubleshooting
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Picture
1) Connect the supplied AV cable (red/white/yellow)
from the CVBS OUTPUT jacks on the rear panel of the
recorder to the TV’s Video In and Audio In jacks.
2) Turn on the TV and use the TV’s remote control to
select the corresponding video-in channel on the TV (eg.,
AV, EXT1, EXT2).
3) Turn on the recorder and wait until the TV displays
the recorder screen.
• The video resolution is not supported on your TV. Press
the RESOLUTION button to toggle to a suitable video
resolution.
Play
Unable to play DivX movies
• Check that the DivX file is encoded according to the
‘Home Theatre Profile’ mode with DivX encoder.
• Check that the downloaded DivX movie is a complete
file.
Unable to display some
JPEG photos.
• This recorder only supports JPEG photos saved in Baseline
Standard or Baseline Optimised mode.
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Recording
A TV channel installed
during the recorder’s
automatic TV channel
search is fuzzy or distorted.
• Check the video connection between the recorder and
the TV.
• Press P+/- to search for the same TV channel which
may have a clearer picture.
• You can fine-tune the signal of the TV channel. See
chapter on “Adjust Settings – Tuner Settings”.
Recordings are not
occurring as scheduled.
New recordings cannot be
made.
• The TV channel you want is not stored or the wrong
program number was selected. Check the TV channels
stored.
• In the timer recording list, one of the following messages
may be displayed in the [ Status ] column:
• [ FAIL ] : A power cut had occurred at the time of the
scheduled recording.
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Aspect ratio
The ratio of vertical and horizontal sizes of a
displayed image. The horizontal vs. vertical
ratio of conventional TVs. is 4:3, and that of
wide-screens is 16:9.
AUDIO OUT sockets
Red and white sockets that send audio to
another system (TV, Stereo, etc).
Chapter
Sections of a picture or a music piece on a
recording that are smaller than titles. A title is
composed of several chapters. Each chapter is
assigned a chapter number enabling you to
locate the chapter you want.
Component Video Out sockets:
Sockets that send high quality video to a TV
that has Component Video In sockets (R/G/B,
Y/Pb/Pr, etc).
DivX
The DivX code is a patent pending, MPEG-4
based video compression technology,
developed by DivX Inc., that can shrink digital
video to sizes small enough to be transported
over the internet, while maintaining high visual
quality.
MP3
A file format with a sound data compression
system. “MP3” is the abbreviation of Motion
Picture Experts Group 1 (or MPEG-1) Audio
Layer 3.
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Analogue sound
Sound that has not been converted into
numbers. Analogue sound varies, while digital
sound has specific numerical values. These
sockets send audio through two channels, the
left and right.
JPEG
A common digital still picture format. A stillpicture data compression system proposed by
the Joint Photographic Expert Group, which
features small decrease in image quality in
spite of its high compression ratio.
Glossary
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MPEG
Motion Picture Experts Group. A collection of
compression systems for digital audio and
video.
S-Video
Produces a clear picture by sending separate
signals for the luminance and the colour. You
can use S-Video only if your TV has an SVideo In socket.
Title
The section of a movie or music feature on
the recording. Each title is assigned a title
number, enabling you to locate the title you
want.
VIDEO OUT socket
Yellow socket that sends the video display to
a TV.
Dolby Digital
A surround sound system developed by
Dolby Laboratories containing up to six
channels of digital audio (front left and right,
surround left and right, centre and
subwoofer).
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