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The lightning flash with arrowhead
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CAUTION
uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's
sure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important
operating
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICSHOCK. DO NOT REMOVE COVER
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Safety
This unit employs a laser.Only a qualified service person shouldremove the coveror attempt to servicethis device, due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION:
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FCC WARNINGThis equipment
may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to
this equipment
may cause harmful interference
unless the modifications
are expressly approved in the instruction manual.The
user could lose the authority to operate this equipment
if an unauthorized
change or modification is made.
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INTERFERENCE
This equipment
has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules.These
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limits are designed to provide
equipment
reasonable
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generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
against harmful interference
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
will not occur in a particular
which can be determined
installation.
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into an outlet on a circuit different
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user is encouraged
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with
the receiving antenna.
2) Increase the separation
4) Consult
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However; there is no guarantee that interference
does cause harmful interference
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in a residential
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radio/TV
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RECYCLING
This product's packagingmaterials are recyclableand can be reused.Pleasedispose of any materials in accordance with your local recyclingregulations.
Batteries should never be thrown awayor incineratedbut disposed of in accordance with your local regulations concerning chemical
wastes.
Make your
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for details.
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Before
Installation
you
start
Location
For safety and optimum performance of this unit:
• Install the unit in a horizontal and stable position. Do not
place anything directly on top of the unit. Do not place
the unit directly on top of the TV.
• Shield it from direct sunlight and keep it away from
sources of intense heat. Avoid dusty or humid places.
Avoid places with insufficient ventilation for proper 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
• Do not handle the power cord with wet hands.
• Do not pull on the power cord when disconnecting it
from AC wall outlet. Grasp it by the plug.
• If by accident water is spilled on this unit, unplug the
power cord immediately and take the unit to our
Authorized
Service Center for servicing.
• Do not put your fingers or objects into the unit cassette
holder.
Moisture
Condensation
Warnin_
Moisture condensation may occur inside the unit when it is
moved from a cold place to a warm place, or after heating
a cold room or under conditions of high humidity. Do not
use this unit at least for 2 hours until its inside gets dry.
About
Copyright
Unauthorized
copying, broadcasting, public performance
and lending of discs are prohibited.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S.
patents and other intellectual property rights owned by
Macrovision Corporation
and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be authorized
by Macrovision Corporation,
and is intended for home and
other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or
disassembly is prohibited.
Notice
for
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
525 progressive scan picture problems, it is recommended
that the user switch the connection to the 'standard definition output.
If there are questions regarding ourTV set
compatibility with this model 525p DVD recorder, please
contact our customer service center.
Symbol
in this owner's
manual
Many functions of this unit are depending on the disc type
or the recording mode.
To specify for what disc type or recording mode each
function is, we put the following symbols at the beginning
of each item to operate.
Available
to
DVDVideo
Available
to
DVD-RW
inVideo
Available
to
DVD-RW
inVR
Available
to
DVD-R
Available
to
Audio
Available
IMIP3 files
to
CD-R/RW
Available
toVHS
Use
with
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unit.
only
this
discs
Indicates
(Press:)
mode
that
with
tapes
First:
you
need
pressingVCR
control
discs
cassettes
Indicates
you
need
mode
by that
pressing
DVD
remote
control
before
by
mode
mode
CDs
F_rst:
(Press:)
remote
discs
before
r_ar-ked
to
select on thethe DVD
button
proceeding
next
step.
to
select
button
proceeding
theVCR
on
the
next
ste
D.
Maintenance
SERVICING
• Please refer to relevant topics on the Iroubleshooting
Guide on pages 97-99 before returning the product.
• If this unit becomes inoperative,
do not try to correct the
problem by yourself.There
are no user-serviceable
parts
inside.Turn off, unplug the power plug, and please call our
help line mentioned
on the front page to locate an
Authorized
Service Center.
CLEANINGTHE
CABINET
• Use a soft cloth slightlymoistened with a mild detergent solution. Do
not use a solution containingalcohol, spirits, ammoniaor abrasive.
CLEANING
DISCS
• When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning
cloth.Wipe
the disc from the center 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.
CLEANINGTHE
DISC LENS
• If this unit still does not perform properly although you refer to
the relevant sections and to "TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE"
in this Owner's Manual, the laser optical pickup unit may be
dirty. Consult your dealer or an Authorized Service Center for
inspection and cleaning of the laser optical pickup unit.
DISC HANDLING
• Handle the discs so that fingerprints and dust do not
adhere to the surfaces of the discs.
• Always store the disc in its protective case when it is not used.
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 theTV program 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.
I. Please visit your local Audio/Video store and purchase a
good quality VHS Video Head Cleaner.
2. If aVideo Head Cleaner does not solve the problem,
please call our help line mentioned on the front page to
locate an Authorized
Service Center.
NOTES:
• Remember
to read the instructions
along with the video
head cleaner before use.
• Clean video heads only when problems occur.
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Before
you
Before
you
start
...................
Precautions
..............................
Table of contents
..........................
2
2
5
Features
................................
Functional
overview
.......................
Installing batteries in the remote control
..........
Using a remote control
.......................
VCR/DVD
recorder switching ...................
SETUP/DISC/CD
menu ........................
DISPLAY menu
............................
6
7
9
9
9
9
II
Connections
.....................
13
Connection
Connection
to aTV .......................
to a cable box or satellite
Connection
to an Audio
Getting
started
System
box
....
.............
...................
the TV
Recording
aspect
ratio
15
16
Easy DVD recording
......................
Channel setting ..........................
Getting channels automatically
.................
Adding/deleting
channels
.....................
Selecting
the TV stereo or SAP .............
Clock setting ............................
Auto Clock Setting
.........................
Manual Clock Setting ........................
Setting the dayJight saving time
................
Selectin_
13
14
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.......................
16
18
18
19
20
2I
21
22
24
25
26
Information
on DVD recording
..............
Information
...............................
Recording speed
...........................
Restrictions on recording
....................
Information on copy control
..................
Making discs playable in other DVD player (Finalize)
Formatting
a disc
........................
Settings for the recording format to a blank disc ,,
Reformatting a disc
.........................
Bas c recording
..........................
Checkin_the
recording picture quality
..........
One-touch
timer recording
................
Timer
recording
.........................
Hints for timer recording
.....................
Settings for an external source ..............
Connection to an external source ..............
26
26
26
26
27
27
28
,28
30
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32
33
34
36
37
37
Recordin] from an external source
Dubbing
Mode ...........................
38
39
.............
start
Search
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.................................
52
Title/Chapter
search
........................
Track search
..............................
Time search ...............................
RepeatlRandomlProgram
play ..............
Repeat play
...............................
Random play ...............................
Program play ..............................
Selecting the format of audio and video
Switching audio soundtrack
...................
Switching subtitles
..........................
Switching
52
53
53
54
54
54
55
56
56
57
......
camera angles ......................
Reducin_ block noise
Editing
58
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58
.........................
59
Information
on disc editing .................
Guide to a title list ..........................
59
59
Editing discs in Video mode
...................
Editing discs inVR mode
.....................
Editing DVD-RW
discs in Video mode
........
Deleting titles
.............................
Putting names on titles
......................
Setting or clearing chapter markers
.............
Editing DVD-RW
discs inVR mode (Original)
Deleting titles
.............................
Deleting parts of titles
.......................
Putting names on titles
......................
59
60
61
6I
62
64
. .65
65
66
67
Setting or clearing chapter markers
.............
Setting pictures for thumbnails .................
Setting titles to protect
......................
Releasin_ titles from protecting
................
Editing DVD-RW
discs inVR mode (Playlist)
Deleting tides
.............................
Deleting parts of titles
.......................
Putting names on titles
......................
69
70
72
73
. . .74
74
75
76
Setting or clearing chapter markers
.............
Setting pictures for thumbnails
.................
78
79
Adding titles to a Playlist .....................
Deleting a Playlist ...........................
Editing DVD-R discs
......................
Deleting titles
.............................
Putting names on titles
Changing
Tour
......................
the SETUP
of the SETUP
81
82
83
83
menu
menu
84
.........
85
..................
85
Settings
for Language
42
Settings
Settings
for Display .......................
for Audio ........................
discs .....................
43
Settings
for Parental
Information
on DVD play ..................
Guide to displays ...........................
Basic playback
...........................
Playback ..................................
Playing discs using the disc menu ...............
Playing discs using the title menu ...............
Special playback
.........................
Resume play ...............................
Fast forward / Fast reverse
...................
43
43
44
44
46
47
48
48
48
VCR functions
One-touch timer recording ....................
Search
.................................
Index Search ...............................
Time Search ...............................
95
95
95
96
49
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Finalizing
Settin_
Playing
the discs
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a disc to protect
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Skipping TV commercials during playback .........
Pause ....................................
Step by step playback ........................
Slow forward / Slow reverse play ...............
Zoom
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Marker Setup ..............................
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lock level
Others
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Troubleshooting
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Playback
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Recording and One-touch
timer
Recording .................................
operations
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recording
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RF converter
output
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Language code
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Glossary
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Specifications
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Before
you
start
This unit not only plays DVD's, CDs andVHS tapes but also offers features for you to record to DVD discs
and edit them after that.The following features are offered with this unit.
Recording
Editing
LDVD
model
[DVD mode] IvcR mode]
This unit is compatible with both DVD-RW, which is rewritable
repeatedly, and DVD-R, which is available for recording once.
Also, this unit allows you to record to the video cassette tape.
You can choose either one for your convenience.
Up to 8 programs
recording:
You can program the unit to record up to 8 programs, up
to a year in advance. Daily or weekly program recordings
are also available.
One-touch
timer recording:
You can easily set a recording time as you prefer. Every
time the REC/OTR button on the remote control or the
RECORD button on the front panel pressed during
recording, the recording time will be increased by 30 minutes up to 8 hours.The recording automatically stops
when the recording time you set is reached.
Dubbing mode:
You can copy a DVD disc to a videotape or copy a videotape to a DVD disc.This function will be possible only if
the DVD disc is not copy protected.
[DVD
mode l
REC MONITOR:
You can confirm the picture quality for recording
in the
current recording
speed which you set.
If you want to change the recording
speed, press REC
SPEED button to set the desired recording mode.
Automatic
Chapter
marker
setting:
Chapter
markers will be put on recordings
as you set in
SETUP menu before attempting
to record.
Automatic
Title menu making:
The unit makes title menus automatically
when finalizing
the disc which are recorded
inVideo mode.
Automatic
PLAYLIST
making
(VR mode):
A Playlist will be prepared
from an Original list, so that
you can edit titles in a Playlist as you prefer.
An Original list is kept as it is.
Setting/Clearing
chapter
markers:
You can easily add chapter markers anywhere
in your
recordings
for easy editing. (VR mode)
Making your own Playlist:
With the original remains as it is, you can edit titles on
Various playlist as you prefer.
Putting names on titles.
Setting pictures for thumbnails.
Setting/clearing
chapter markers.
Deleting parts of titles, etc.
Protecting
titles:
To avoid editing or erasing titles, the protect function is
useful when it is ON in the original list.
Compatibility
LDVD
modeJ
Available for playing discs recorded inVideo
mode
on a regular DVD player (Video mode):
Discs recorded in theVideo mode can be played on regular
DVD players, including computer
DVD drives compatible with
DVD-Video playbacld.You will need to finalize the discs
recorded
inVideo mode to play in other DVD players.
* DVD-Video Format (Video mode) is a new format for recording on DVD-R/RW discs that was approved by the DVD Forum
in 2000.Adoption of this format is optional for manufactures of
DVD playback devices and there are DVD-Video players, DVDROM drives or other DVD playback devices that do not play
DVD-R/RW discs recorded in the DVD-Video Format.
Others
Progressive
Scan system
Unlike conventional
interlace scanning, the progressive
scan
system provides less flickering and images in higher resolution than that of traditional
television signals.
Play
[DVD
mode]
Theater
surround sound in your home:
When connecting the unit to an amplifier or a decoder which is
compatible with Dolby Digital, you are allowed to experience the
theater surround sound from discs with surround sound system.
Quick search for what you want to watch:
You can easilyfind the part you want to watch usingthe searchfunction. Search for a desired point on a disc by title, chapter, or time.
Start to play from Original
and Playlist (MR mode):
Title playing is available from either an Original list or Playlisc
[VCR mode]
Quick search for what you want to watch:
You can easily find the part you want to watch using the Index
search/Time search functions.An index marl( will be assigned at
the beginning of each recordings you make. For Time search function, you can go to a specific point on a tape by entering the
exact amount of time you wish to skip.
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Under license from D0!b7
Do by Laboratories.
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Laboratories:
D01by
and the d0ublerD
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of
Before
you
start
3
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
POWER
button / indicator (DVD/VCR)
Press to turn the unit on and off.
If timer programmings have been set, press to set the
unit in timer-standby mode. Press to cancel the timer
standby mode, then turn the unit on.
Lights up when power is on.
Cassette
compartment
(VCR)
Insert a tape here.
_ OPEN/CLOSE
button (DVD)
Press to open or close the disc tray,
OUTPUT
SELECT
_1 I_ button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to select the component
you wish to operate,
Disc tray (DVD)
Place a disc when open.
AUDIO
INPUT
jacks (LINE2)
(DVD/VCR)
Use to connect external equipment with standard audio cables.
VIDEO
INPUT
jack (LINE2)
(DMD/MCR)
Use to connect external equipment with a standard video cable.
S-VIDEO
INPUT
jack (LINE2)
(DMD only)
Use to connect the S-Video output of external equipment with an S-Video cable.
9.
RECORD
button
(DMD)
Press to start recording,
Press repeatedly to start a One-Touch Recording,
10. PLAY button
(DMD)
Press to start or resume play.
11. STOP button
(DMD)
Press to stop playback or recording,
Press to stop the proceeding timer recording in DVD.
12. DVD
4
SELECT
This indicatorappears when theVCR output mode isselected.
14. DUBBING
button (DVD/VCR)
Press to startVCR
to DVD (DVD toVCR) duplication
which you set in the SETUP menu,
15. CHANNEL
• / • button (DVD/VCR)
Press to change the channel up and down.
16. Display (DVD/VCR)
Refer to "Guide to Displays on the front panel" on page 12.
17. Remote
control
sensor
(DVD/VCR)
Receive signals fl'om your remote
control so that you
can control the unit from a distance.
18. RECORD
button (VCR)
Press once to start a recording. Press repeatedly
to
start a One-Touch
Recording,
19. PLAY button (VCR)
Press to start playback,
20. STOP/EJECT
button (VCR)
EJECTbutton-Press
to remove the tape from the unit.
STOP button-Press
to stop the tape motion,
Press to stop the proceeding timer recording in VCR.
21. F.FWD button (VCR)
Press to rapidly advance the tape, or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback, (Forward
Search)
22. REW button
(VCR)
Press to rewind the tape. or to view the picture rapidly
in reverse during the playback mode, (Rewind Search)
23
1211
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
AC Power Cord (DVD/VCR)
Connect to a standard AC outlet to supply power to this unit.
S-VIDEO
INPUT
jack (LINE|)
(DMD only)
Use to connect the S-Video output of external equipment with an S-Video cable.
COHPONENTVIDEO
OUTPUT
jacks (DVD only)
Use to connect aTV monitor with component video
inputs with component video cables,
AUDIO
INPUT
jacks (LINE|)
(DVD/MCR)
Use to connect external equipment with standard
audio cables.
AUDIO
OUTPUT
jacks (DVD/VCR)
Use to connect aTV monito_,AV receiver
equipment
with standard audio cables,
TVANTENNA
IN jack (DVD/VCR)
Use
7.
to
connect
an
or other
antenna.
TVANTENNA
OUT jack (DVD/VCR)
Use to connect an antenna cable to pass the signal
from theTVANTENNA
IN to yourTV monitor.
I Note:
indicator
This indicatorappears when the DVD output mode is selected.
13. VCR SELECT
indicator
I
1.
5
8.
9.
10
45
9
6
8
7
VIDEO
OUTPUT
jack (DVD/VCR)
Use to connect aTV monito_;AV receiver or other
equipment with a standard video cable.
VIDEO
INPUT
jack (LINEI)
(DVD/VCR)
Use to connect external equipment
with a standard
video cable,
10.
S-VIDEO
OUTPUT
jack (DVD only)
Use to connect the S-Video input of aTV monito_,AV
receiver or other equipment
with an S-Video cable,
11. AUDIO
OUTPUT
jacks (DVD only)
Use to connect aTV monito_;AV
receiver or other
equipment
with standard audio cables,
12. COAXIAL
DIGITALAUDIO
OUTPUT
jack
(DVD only)
Use to connect an AV receive_; Dolby Digital decoder
or other equipment
with a coaxial digital input with a
digital coaxial cable.
Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the rear
nent damage to the unit,
panel. Electrostatic
discharge
may cause
perma-
J
7
Before
7.
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3 m
5 m
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24
TIMER
PRO_
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MEN_UST
T0P
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MEnU
--27--26
R_URN
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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POWER button (DVD/VCR)
Pressto turn the unit on and off.
If timer programmings have
been set, press to set the unit
in timer-standby mode. Press
to cancel the timer standby
mode, then turn the unit on.
Number buttons (DVD/VCR)
Pressto select channelnumbers.
Press to select a title/chapter/track on display or aTV
channel.
Also press to enter values for
the settingsin the SETUP menu.
DISPLAY button (DVD/VCR)
Press to display or change the
on-screen display.
VCR button
Press to activate the remote
control inVCR mode. (Refer
to page 9)
Press to select theVCR output mode.
_
button
(DVD/VCR)
• DVD mode
During playback, press to play
fast reverse or during pause,
press to play slow reverse.
• VCR mode
Press to rewind the tape or
to view the picture rapidly in
reverse during the playback
mode.
REC/OTR button (DVD/VCR)
Press once to start a recording. Press repeatedly to start
a One-Touch Recording.
you
start
SETUP button (DVD/VCR)
Pressto display the setup menu.
During DVD playback, press and
hold for more than 3 seconds
to switch to the progressive
scanning mode or the interlace
mode.
8. REC MONITOR button (DVD)
Press to check the video to be
recorded before attempting.
9. MENU/LIST
button (DVD)
Press to display the Disc menu.
Press to change ORIGINAL
and PLAYLIST on theTV
screen.
(VR mode only)
10. TOP MENU button (DVD)
Press to display the top menu.
11. CLEAR/C-RESET
button
(DVD/VCR)
• DVD mode
Pressto clear the password once
entered, to cancel the programming for CD, to clear the selecting marker number in the marker
setup mode or to clear the program once entered in the timer
recording setting mode,etc.
• VCR mode
Press to reset the tape counter.
12. SEARCH MODE button (VCR)
Press to call up the index or
time search menu.
13. CN SKIP button (DVD)
During playback, press to sldp
30 seconds.
14. REC SPEED button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to switch the recording
speed.
15. OPEN/CLOSE A button (DVD)
Press to open or close the
disc tray.
16. AUDIO
button (VCR)
During playback a HiFi video
tape, press to change the
AUDIO OUT setting"HiFr'
and "MONO".
I 7. CH • / • buttons (DVD/VCR)
• DVD mode
Press to change the channel
up and down.
• VCR mode
Press to change the channel
up and down.
Press to adjust the tracking
during playback or in slow
motion of the tape. Also
while playback is in still mode,
you can adjust the picture
blurred vertically.
18. VIDEO/TV button (DVD/VCR)
Press to selectVIDEO orTV
position.
19. SLOW button (VCR)
During playback, press to
view the video tape in slow
motion.
20. PAUSE II button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to pause play or
recording.
21. DVD button
Press to activate the remote
control in DVD mode. (Refer
to page 9)
Press to select the DVD output mode.
22. PLAY I_ button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to start or resume play.
23. I_1_ button (DVD/VCR)
• DVD mode
During playback, press to play
fast forward.
• VCR mode
Press to rapidly advance the
tape or view the picture
rapidly in forward during playback.
24. STOP • button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to stop playback or
recording.
25. TIMER PROG. button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to display the timer
program
setting menu.
26. ENTER button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to confirm or select
menu items.
27. • / • / _1 / I_ buttons
(DVD/VCR)
Press to select items or settings.
28. RETURN
_-_ button
(DVD/VCR)
Press to return to the previously displayed menu screen.
29. ZOOM
button (DVD)
During playback, press to
enlarge the picture on the
screen.
30. SKIP I_1_1button (DVD)
During playback, press to skip to
the previous chapter or track.
Also during pause,pressto play
reverse step by step.
SKIP I_1_1button (DVD)
During playback, press to skip to
the next chapter or track.
Also during pause,press to play
forward step by step.
Before
Installin_l batteries
in the remote
Install two AA
(supplied)
polarity
remote
batteries
indicated
control.
inside battery
you
control
matching
Usin_
the
compartment
start
a remote
Keep in mind
control:
of the
• Make
the following
sure that
remote
control
there
control
when
using the remote
is no obstacle
and the remote
between
sensor
the
on the
unit.
• Use within
shown.
• Remote
Note:
Incorrect
use of batteries
can result
and bursting.
Please observe
as leakage
• Do not
mix
• Do
use different
not
although
new
they
• Make
match
with
together,
different
batteries
plus and minus
the indications
public
control
range
and angle as
may become
light
unit.
for different
Avoid
equipment
the
batteries
range
devices
close
can interfere
when
control
to the
you notice
of the remote
if strong
on the
using remote
located
the operating
unreliable
is shining
for
unit.
a fall off in
control.
ends of each
in the
battery
com-
Within about
23feet (7m)
• Remove batteries
from
to be used for a month
with
operation
or fluorescent
sensor of the
• Replace
partment.
disposing of
• When
operating
each other.
other
voltages.
sure that the
battery
• Remote
together.
of batteries
may look similar,
may have different
the following:
in hazards
and old batteries
kinds
such
sunlight
remote
the
governmental
instruction
equipment
or more.
Llsed batteries,
regulations
rules
that
that
is not going
please
comply
Remote
control
or environmental
apply
in your
country
or area.
• Do not recharge,
semble batteries.
Because
short-circuit,
this product
heat, burn
is a combination
or disas-
of aVCR
ponent you wish to operate with the OUTPUT
VCR
Press theVCR
(Verify
that
button
theVCR
and a DVD
you
must
select first
which
corn-
OUTPUT SELECT button
MODE
L
on the remote
SELECT
recorder,
SELECT button.
indicator
control.
is lit.)
L
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_
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DVD
Press the DVD
button
MODE
on the remote
VCR button
control.
DVD button,
(Verify that the DVD SELECT indicator is lit.)
Note
• Pressing only the OUTPUT
SELECT button
on the front panel DOES NOT switch the mode
of the remote control.You MUST select the correct mode on the remote control.
• Pressing the SETUP or theTIMER
PROG.
button switches the unit to the DVD mode.
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VCR SELECT
indicator-
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Before
you
start
)>
This unit uses the following types of display for most operations. SETUP/DISC/CD menu,Title list, and DISPLAY, which allows you to change the playing status of disc during play. DISPLAY also gives you some disc
information for checking the status of the disc.
SETUP/DlSC/CD
menu
Press SETUP button to display the setup main menu, then choose either of SETUP/DISC/CD
_1/I_ buttons.Then, press ENTER button to display each menu.
This provides entries to all main functions of the unit.
'SETUP"
is available only in the ]] "DISC"
availableonly
when playingback
a DVD-R/RW
disc is
top mode.
insertedisinto
the unit. When
a DVDVideo disc (commerciallyavailable)or the finalized
DVD-R disc,you cannot se ect "D SC ,
Edit
1. Playback:
To set up the unit to play discs as
you prefer.
2. Recording:
To set up the unit to record to
discs as you prefer.
3. Display:
To set up the OSD screen and the
front display of the unit as you
prefer.
4. Select Video:
Turns on a title list, (VVhen a disc
with VR mode is inserted,
'Original' or 'PlayList' is available.),
which shows the recorded titles
on the disc.
2. Format:
Allows you to erase all of the
recorded content on the disc.
blank.
To choose a line input to record
to DVD discs from other video
Allows you to finalize a disc
recorded titles.
equipment.
5. Clock:
4. Disc Protect (VR mode
only) :
Allows you to protect a disc from
accidental editing or recording.
To set up the clock of the unit as
you need.
6. Channel:
To make the channel setting of
the unit as you prefer.
10
"CD"
available
when an
Audio isCD
disc oronly
a CD-R/RW
disc with MP3 files is inserted
into the unit.
Random Play
1. Edit:
The disc will be completely
3. Finalize:
by pressing • / •
1. Random Play:
To set the random play programming.
2. Program Play(Audio
CD
only):
To set the program playing.
/
Before
DISPLAY
you
start
menu
1.
I DVD mode I
First:
2.
Indicates a disc type
format mode.
Indicates
3.
Indicates
ii_
a recording
and possible
Press DISPLAY button to call up
the display menu.This menu will
give you the information on the
playing disc. Some operations are
available while disc is playing.
and a
a current
time.
:AngHe (exceptVR
4.
Indicates a title number, chapter number and the time
elapsed of disc play.
Each icon means:
@
: Repeat
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: klarker
mode)
: Noise Reduction
{¢_ :Zoom
Details are on page 41.
I.
Playback
status
2.
tape.
Indicates
a current
First:
Press DISPLAY button to call up
the display menu.
: Subqde
channel
number.
5.
[ VCR mode ]
:Audio
mode
recording
: Search
of the current
Bii!@ii
channel
number.
3.
Indicates
only
4.
Indicates
5.
Audio
tape.
a recording
speed
five seconds.
aTape
status
Counter.
of the
current
Before
you
start
4
I
3
6
7
5
1.
Current
H
status of the unit
: Appears when a disc play
is paused.
: Appears when playing a
disc.
LF_ : Appears when the timer
programming has been
set and is proceeding.
REC : Appears during recording
process.
R E P F__T :
2.
Disc type and Current
status of the unit
CD :
DVD
Appears during repeat
play.
DVD
O-O:
Appears when a tape is in
the unit.
DVD
VGR:
Appears when an audio CD
or a discwith MP3 files is
Appears when DVD is in
the timer recording standby mode,
R :
I
U
°
the disc tray.
Appears when the timer
recording is proceeding in
VCR.
3
]
L000
4
DVD
rT:Ti
L _
12
4.
_ J
speed
the recording
Title/Track
marl(
and
speed of
Chapter
: Appears
when indicating
a title/track
number.
: Appears
a chapter
when
indicating
number.
5. Displays the following
• Playing time I remaining time
• Current title I chapter I track
number
Appears when a DVD-R disc
is inserted in the disc tray.
RW :
Appears when a DVDRW disc is inserted in
message
I
Recording
Indicates
the disc.
inserted in the disc tray.
: Appears when a DVD disc
is inserted in the disc tray,
Appears when the timer
recording is proceeding in
DVD.
Appears whenVCR is in
the timer recording standby mode.
VC R-_ DVD :
Appears duringVCR to DVD
duplication process.
VC R4-DVD
:
Appears during DVD toVCR
duplication process.
Display
3.
• Recording time
• Clock
• Channel number
• VCR tape counter
• OTR remaining time
6.
PM
: Appears in the afternoon with the clock
displaying.
7o
P.SCAN :
Appears when the progressive scan system is
activated.
1.
Appears when the disc tray is
opening.
2°
Appears when the disc tray is
closing or close.
3°
Appears when a disc is loading
in the disc tray.
RW
Appears when recording data
is writing on to the disc.
Connections
Antenna
Cable
I
_iZna! I
(Back of TV)
."
,%
(Back
[_
of this
unit)
Plug in theAC power cord of this unit.
BasicAudio
i
Good
Audio cable
(supplied)
VIDEO
Better
picture
Video
_
S-Vide0
cable
(supplied)
l
I
cable
(c0rnmerciallyi
i
Component
Video cables
_
available)
"
available)
(commercially
picture
OUT
S-VIDEO
OUT
Best
picture
COMPONENTVIDEO
OUT
AUDIO
f Note
due to the copy protection
Method
2 and method
system.
3 are only useful in DVD mode.
If yourTV
is compatible with 525p (480p) progressive scanning and you want
to enioy that high quality_ picture;
You must select the connection Method 3 above and progressive scanning mode.To set
the mode, press and hold the SETUP button on the remote control for more than 3 seconds during DVD playback, so that "RSCAN" will appear on the display of this unit.
If yourTV
is not compatible with progressive scanning;
Use this unit in interlace mode. Make sure that no "RSCAN" is on the display of this unit.
If not, press and hold the SETUP button on the remote control for more than 3 seconds
luring DVD playback, so that "RSCAN" on the display of this unit will disappear.
more than 3 seconds
du,'ing
DVD
playback
[Interlace
mode]
_t
[Progressive
scanning
mode]
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Connections
_>
Back of this unit)
.___.---_-........
_,,
(Cable box or
RF Cable
Signa _
(supplied)
_'-
@__'_
(gad< of TV)
Select this connection when you want to view or record a scrambled channel.With this connection, channels
cannot be changed on this unit.You can view or record ONLY the channels you have selected on the cable
box or the satellite box.
• While you are recording, only the recorded channel can be viewed.
To select channels of the cable box or satellite box
I) Turn on this unit by pressing POWER button.The "POWER" indicator on the front panel will appear.
Then, press the CHANNEL buttons to select channel 3 or 4 (the same channel as the output channel of
the cable box or satellite box).
• If noise appears on the TV screen, pressVIDEO/TV button on the remote control.
• If you use the channel 4, you will need to change this unit's RF output to channel 4. Refer to"RF converter
output" on page 100.
2) At the TV, select channel 3 or 4 (the same channel as you have selected at step I).
3) At the cable box or satellite box, select the channel you want to view or record.
•
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O OOOOQ
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOI
O OOOOe
(Back of this unit)
(Cable
box
Satellite
box)or
RF Cable (supplied)
RF Cable
Select this connection when you want to change channels on this unit.With
one channel while recording another.
• You may not view or record a scrambled channel.
To select channels of the cable box or satellite box
(Back of TV)
this connection,
you may watch
I) At the cable box or satellite box, select channel 3 or 4 (the same channel as this unit's RF output channel.)
• Refer to "RF converter
output" on page 100.
2) At the TV, select the same channel as the output channel (3 or 4) of the cable box or satellite box.
3) Turn on this unit by pressing POWER button. The "POWER" indicator on the front panel will appear.
Then, select the channel you want to view or record.
• If noise appears on the TV screen, pressVIDEO/TV button on the remote control.
To playback a DVD disc or a tape
Follow the steps I) to 2) above, to playback a DVD disc or a tape.
• Refer to "Playbacl<" on pages 44-45, 94.
To view one channel while recording
another
I) While you are recording on this unit, press VIDEO/TV button.
2) At the cable box or satellite box, select the channel you want to view.
Note to the Cable TV System Installer
:
This reminder is provided to call the Cable TV system installer's attention to Article 820-40 of the
National Electrical Code, which provides guidelines for proper grounding - in particular, specifying that the
cable ground shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable
entry as possible.
14
Connections
• When you change the
• Refer to each owner's
Stereo
connections, all devices should
manual for further
information
be turned
on other
system
off.
devices.
Dolby Digital decoder,
HD deck or DAT deck
Digital audio
input jack
Audio
Audio cable
(supplied)
AUDIO
Coaxial
Digital cable
(commercially
available)
DIGITAL
AUDIO
OUT
OUT
or
Note
• If output is Dolby Digital encoded audio, connect
to a Dolby Digital decoder, and set"Dolby Digital"
to "Stream" for the "Digital Out" setting in the
SETUP menu. (Refer to pages 90-91.)
• The audio source on a disc in a Dolby Digital 5. I
channel surround format cannot be recorded as
digital sound by an MD or DAT deck.
• Unless connected to a Dolby Digital decoder, set
"Dolby Digital" to "PCM" for the "Digital Out" setting in the SETUP menu. Playing a DVD using incorrect settings may generate noise distortion, and may
also damage the speakers. (Refer to pages 90-9 I.)
• Set "Dolby Digital" to "PCM" for the "Digital Out"
setting in the SETUP menu for connecting to an
MD deck or DAT deck. (Refer to pages 90-91.)
• By hooldng this unit up to a Multi-channel Dolby
Digital decoder, you can enjoy high-quality Dolby
Digital 5.1 channel surround sound as heard in the
movie theaters.
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started
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The following will help you to understand easily how to record to DVD discs.
Note:
Make sure batteries are in the remote
control and /ou have connected
this unit and the TV correctly.
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Remote
There
are several
to choose
"DVD
wpes
from.
of DVD
Choose
disc types"
Control
disc recordable
an applicable
type
Open the
by
tray
on this page.
This unit can record
discs.
on the
following
type of
Turn on
the unit
DVD
R
R4.7
RW
For example,
ly on the
you want
to record
repeated-
same disc or when
when
you want
to edit the
disc after
recording,
RW type
disc.
When
you want
alteration,
choice.
select
the
to save recordings
a non-rewritable
DVD
disc t
DVD-
rewritable
DVD-R
without
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discs
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for
other
equipment
equipment
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Note:
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details
restrictions,
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of the
above
see the
functions
explanations
and
inside
is
necessary to prepare the disc
for recording. Details are on
pages 28-30.
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(Video mode) orVideo
recording format (VR mode)
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title on a chapter from the menu
StartRec.
Stop/Start
StopRec.
screen.
What
are titles
and chapters?
The contents of DVD disc are generally
divided into dales.Titles may be further
subdivided into chapters.
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2: Edit
the
recorded
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1
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You can edit the following
•
•
•
•
from
a title
list•
Putting names on titles
Setting pictures for thumbnails
(VR mode)
Setting/clearing
chapter markers
Deleting parts of titles (VR mode)
Original
and
Playlist
(VR
mode)
You can edit the recordings in Playlist without changing the original recordings.Any Playlist does not take up much disc space.
What
"Original"
or "Playlist"
is for?
Throughout this manual, you will find Original and Playlist to refer to the actual
content and the edited version.
• Original
content refers to what's actually recorded on the disc.
• Playlist content refers to the edited version of the disc; how the Original
content is to be played.
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are stored
in the
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when purchased.We
recommend
that you get available channels in
your area stored using "Auto
Preset" in the Channel Preset of
the SETUP menu.
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using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
PQRS
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channels
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ENTER button.
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using • / •
then press
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a channel
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directly entering channel using
the Number buttons on the
Channel Preset menu will appear.
remote
control.
At_to Preset
Notes for using the
Number buttons:
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Setup > Channel
Preset
• When selecting cable channels
which are higher than 99,
enter channel numbers as a
@_
three-digit number.(For example: I 17, press I, 1,7)
• You must precede single-digit
channel numbers with a zero
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Press SETUP
6
button
play SETUP/DISC
to dis-
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
Select "Auto
Preset"
/ • buttons, then
ENTER button.
using •
press
(For example: 02, 03, 04 and
so on).
You can select the line input
mode ("LI" or "L2").To select
"LI" by pressing [0],[0],[I].To
select "L2" by pressing
The unit will start getting channels available in your area.
[0],[0],[2].Details
are on page 38.
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SETUP
button
• You can select only
memorized
the CHANNEL
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in this
to exit.
the channels
unit by using
buttons.
• If the auto presetting is cancelled during presetting, some
channels not yet preset may
not be received.
• The selection will depend on
how you receive theTV channels.
To cancel the auto presetting during scanning:
Press RETURN button or
SETUP button to cancel.
Getting
Addin_/deletin_
started
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channels
The channels you no longer
receive or seldom watch can be
deleted from the memory.You also
may add channels into memory.
4
Select "Manual
Preset"
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
using
_E¢S_EO AUDIO
press
Manual Preset menu will appear.
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play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
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add or delete.
number
to
Press _1 button to move to a
lower channel number.
Press I_ bu[ton to move to a
higher channel number.
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3
4
5
6
Select "SETUP"
using _1/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
SETUP menu will appear.
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or "Delete"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
The channel number will be
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Select "Channel"
/ _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER button.
using • / •
then press
Channel Preset menu will appear.
Setup > Channel
Preset
added or deleted from the channel memory.The next channel
number will appear so that you
can continue adding or deleting
channels.
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button
to exit.
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output from TV. "Stereo"
has
been selected as the default.
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Select
"TV
using
•
press ENTER
button.
Option
will
play
SETUP
button
SETUP/DISC
SETUP/DISC
Screen:
to dis-
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•
Audio
buttons,
window
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then
appear.
menu.
menu
will
PQRS
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using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
2
Select
"SETUP"
buttons,
then
using
press
_1/I_
ENTER
button.
Stereo:
Outputs
SETUP
menu
will
main-audio.
SAP:
appear.
(Secondary
Outputs
Audio
Program)
sub-audio.
Refer to the item in "Glossary"
on page
102 for more
informa-
tion.
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"Channel
using
•
then
press
Channel
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ENTER
Preset menu
Setup > Channel
Auto Preset
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Preset"
Preset
buttons,
button.
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appear.
SETUP
button
to exit.
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Set the clock before you try the
timer recording. If a Public
Broadcasting Station (PBS)is available
in your area,follow Auto Clock
Setting below. If not, follow Manual
Clod< Setting on pages 22-23.
Auto
Clock
Settin_
started
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Select "Auto
Clock Setting"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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• The antenna/cable TV connections are correct.
• If this unit is connected to a
Cable Box or Satellite Box, select
the local PBS station on them to
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play
Screen:
• If you do not know your
PBS channel number, select
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"Auto"
using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
3
4
5
• If you know your PBS channel number, select "Manual"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Setup > Clock
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Select "SETUP" using _1/I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
SETUP menu will appear.
Enter
your PBS channel
number
using Number
/ • buttons, then
ENTER button.
or •
press
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Select"Clock" using• / • / _1 / I_
buttons, then pressENTER button.
Clock menu will appear.
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Press
off the
Setup > Clock
_
POWER
button
button
to exit.
to turn
unit.
This unit will
only when
the
search
for the time
power
is off. Leave
it off for several minutes to give
this unit time to set the clock on
the display
of the front
panel.
• The clock may set itself automatically after you connect the
antenna/cable signal to this
unit and plug in the power
cord. In this case, the current
time will appear on the display
of the front panel.
If the current time is not displayed or the displayed clock
is not correct, set the clock
manually.
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Clock
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play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
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then press
/ •
buttons,
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appear.
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Enter the date (month
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year) using • / • buttons.
Press _1 / I_ buttons to move
the cursor.
SETUP menu will appear.
Setup > Clock
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4
5
6
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using • / •
4 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Clock menu will appear.
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Enter the time
(hour /
minute)
using • / • buttons.
Press _1 / I_ buttons to move
the cursor.
Setup > Clock
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either there is a power failure
or this unit has been unplugged
for more than 30 seconds
when you set the clock manually.
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AM or PM, then press ENTER
button.
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to exit.
seconds are not displayed,
they begin counting from
zero.
Clock menu will appear, then the
settings will be activated.
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steps (I)
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Select "Auto
Clock
Setting"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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buttons,
button.
"OFF"
then
using
•
press
ENTER
/ •
4
5
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SETUP
button
to exit.
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Setting
the daylight
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in_ time
When Daylight SavingTime is
ON, the clock will automatically
move forward one hour on the
Select "Daylight
first Sunday in April and move
back one hour on the last Sunday
in October.
Saving
®
Time" using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
Daylight SavingTime options will
appear.
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play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
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or "OFF"
using
• / • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Choose "ON"
when currently
observing the daylight saving time.
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using _1/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Press
SETUP menu will appear.
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Select "Clock"
using • / •
_1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Clock menu will appear.
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You can select the TV aspect ratio
to match the formats of what you
are playing with the unit and your
TV screen (4:3 standard or 16:9
widescreen TV).
"4:3 Letter Box" has been selected as the default.
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Setup > Playback
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to dis-
play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
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using • /
• buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Option
window
will appear.
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Select "SETUP"
using _1/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
SETUP menu will appear.
Note
on this
page.
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Select
a desired
option
using
• / • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
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SETUP
button
to exit.
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Select "Playbacl("
/ _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER button.
using • / •
then press
If you have a standard TV:
Select "4:3 Letter Box", so that
black bars appear on the top
and bottom of the screen.
Select "4:3 Pan & Scan" for a
full height
picture with both
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sides trimmed.
If you have a widescreen
Select" 16:9Wide".
TV:
Recording
Information
Recording
This unit can record to DVD-R and DVD-RW
You can select a recording speed among 6 options,
and the recording time will depend on the recording speed you select as follows.
discs.
When recording, you will need to select a recording
format betweenVideo
mode andVR mode depending on the disc format.The disc format for DVD-R
is always "Video format," so a recording format will
be "Video mode".
On the other hand, when recording to DVD-RW, a
recording format will be "Video mode" or "VR
mode" because a disc format is available between
"Video Recording format"
DVD-RW.
and "Video format"
speed
XP (I H)
60 min
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SP (2H)
120 min
_'_'_'_
LP (4H)
240 min
_'_'_'_
EP (6H)
360 min
_'_'_
SLP (8H)
480 min
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SEP (10H)
600 rain
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for
ORw
12cm,single-sided, single layer disc
Approx. max. recording time (SEP mode):
DVD-RW
600 minutes (4.7GB)
12cm, single-sided, single layer disc
Approx. max. recording
time (SEP mode):
R4.7
DVD-R
AboutVideo
mode
600 minutes (4.7GB)
mode andVR
(Video
Recording)
Video mode is the same recording format as DVDVideo discs purchased locally, so that you can play in
*This table is designed for a new single-sided 12cm
disc as the standard.The recording time are estimates and actual recording time may differ.
*The audio and video quality is getting poorer as
the recording time becomes longer.
Restrictions
on
recording
most DVD players.To play in other DVD players,
you will need to finalize (see page 39). If not finalized, you can play, record additionally or edit discs
recorded in Video mode with this unit.
You cannot record copy-protected video using this
unit. Copy-protected
video includes DVD-Video
discs and some satellite broadcasts.
VR (Video Recording) mode is a basic recording
format for DVD-RW.You can record and edit
If copy-protected
material is encountered during a
recording, the unit will pause or stop automatically
and an error message will be displayed on-screen.
repeatedly.
DVD players with OOiPA_BLERW
are capable of playing
DVD-RW recorded inVR mode.
Video mode
Playing, limited
recording,
limited editing
RW
DVD-RW
VR mode
Playing, recording,
Original/Playlist
Video
D_I_6.R
mode
Playing, limited
limited editing
editing
recording,
Video that is "copy-once only" can only be recorded
using a DVD-RW disc in VR mode with CPRM (see
below).
When recording aTV broadcast or through an
external input, you can display copy control information on screen.
What
is "CPRM"?
CPRM is a copy protection system with scramble system regarding the recording of"copy
once" broadcast programs. CPRM stands for
Content Protection for Recordable Media.
This unit is CPRM compatible, which means
that you can record copy-once broadcast programs, but you cannot then make a copy of
those recordings. CPRM recordings can only be
made on DVD-RW discs formatted in VR
mode, and CPRM recordings can only be played
on players that are specifically compatible with
CPRM.
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Recording
Information
on copy control
Some satellite broadcasts include copy-protected
information. For recording these, refer to the following.
VR mode
DVD-RW
ver.1.0
ver.1.1
ver.l.1 CPRM
Video mode
DVD-RW
ver.1 ,I
ver.1,1 CPRM
compatible
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Haking
discs playable
player (Finalize)
in other
DVD
You will need to finalize discs when in the following:
- when playing DVD-R/RW (Video mode) recorded
with this unit in other DVD players.
- when DVD-RW (VR mode) recorded with this
unit fails to be played in other RW compatible DVD
players.
• Once DVD-R/RW (Video mode) is finalized, you
cannot record additionally or edit.
• You can record additionally to or edit DVD-RW
(VR mode), which is finalized with this unit.
compatible
Video mode
DVD-R
vet,2,0
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• Be sure to finalize discs recorded with this unit by
using this unit.
• Title menu will be created automatically in DVDR/RW (Video mode) finalized with this unit.
To play in other DVD players, finalize discs recorded
from this unit with the following condition.
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Recordable
Recordable only for DVD-RW
with CPRM
Not Recordable
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compatible
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DVD-RW
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Video
mode
Video
mode
CPRM compatible
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•The audio and video quality is ge[ting poorer as
the Recording time becomes longer.
• This unit cannot record CD-R or CD-RW discs.
• DVD-R/RW and CD-R/RW discs recorded using
a personal computer or a DVD or CD recorder
may not play if the disc is damaged or dirty, or if
there is dirt of condensation on the units lens.
• If you record a disc using a personal computer,
even if it is recorded in a compatible format,
there are cases in which it may not play because
of the settings of the application software used
to create the disc. (Check with the software publisher for more derailed information.)
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Recording
Settings
for
the
recording
format
to a blank
disc
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When inserting a blank disc, the
unit starts to initialize the blank
disc.
After that, you can record to the
disc with the recording format
selected in SETUP menu.
3
Select "Recording"
• / _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER button.
using • /
then press
PoRs
Recording menu will appear.
You are allowed to set a specified
time for chapter marks.
Setup > Recording
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Press SETUP
button
to dis-
play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
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3
4
5
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Select "DVD-RW
Recording
Format"
using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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2
Select "SETUP"
using _1/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
SETUP menu will appear.
Video mode has been selected as
the default.
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Select "Video
mode"
or "VR
mode" using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
The recording mode will be set.
• Note
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• When inserting a blank
DVD+R or DVD+RW disc,
the error message ("Disc
Error") will appear.This unit is
not compatible with a
DVD+ R/RW disc.
• If using a DVD-RW (ver 1.0)
disc, recording will start in VR
mode even if you choose
video mode in SETUP menu.
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Recording
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Select "Auto
Chapter"
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
Option
window
_ECS_
using
press
._/:
will appear.
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"10 minutes"
the default.
has been selected as
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Select a desired
time
option
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Chapter marks will be put as you
specified.
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8
Press SETUP button
SETUP menu.
to exit
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• Note
The time for chapter marks is1
not accurate in Video mode.
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29
Recording
Reformatting
a disc
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If you are using a DVD-RW disc,
by default it will beVideo mode.
You can change this toVR mode
from SETUP menu.
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button
Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
Option
1
Press SETUP
4
window
will appear.
to dis-
play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
3
4
5
*VR mode only
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2
Formatting
will start.
Select "DISC"
using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
Disc
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Formatting
is complete.
100% will be indicated.
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3
Select "Format"
using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Option
window
will appear.
• Note
When you reformat the disc,
the contents of the disc will
be erased.
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• If you want to cancel format
at step 5, select "No".
Recording
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Follow the steps below to record
TV programs.
First:
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1
•
4
Select
a desired
record
using CH •
tons or number
channel
/ •
to
2
but-
4-
buttons.
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Turn on the unit
recordable
disc.
and
Make sure that theTV
on the unit.
load
a
z
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input is set
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•
5
2
Press REC/OTR
Select
using
_
a recording
REC
_ _
speed
SPEED
button.
to
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seconds.
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page 26.
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speed" on
To pause the recording, press
PAUSE II button. Press REC/OTR
button to restart the recording.
3
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Make sure that the recording
format
is set to the desired
mode.
Refer to "Formatting
pages 28-30.
a disc" on
When a DVD-RW
disc is
loaded:
You can choose Video mode or
VR mode from SETUP menu.
"Video mode" has been selected
as the default. Refer to "Settings
for the recording format to a
blank disc" on pages 28-29.
When
button
start recording.
a DVD-R
disc is loaded:
DVD-R discs will always be in
Video mode.
6
Press STOP •
the recording.
•
• Recording starts immediately
and continues until the disc is
button
to stop
full or you stop recording.
When the clock setting has
not been made, the space for
a date and time of title names
in the original or playlist will
be blank.
You cannot mix two formats
on one DVD-RW disc.
When you load a disc once
recorded before, the recording format cannot be changed
even if you change it in
SETUP menu.
You cannot change the
recording speed during the
REC pause mode.
You can change a channel
during the REC pause mode. ,
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Recording
Checking
the
recording
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quality
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You can confirm
the recording
ture quality
the recording
with
pic-
speed you have selected
before
attempting
DVD
to record
to a
m
2
Press
REC
MONITOR
again
to exit.
button
disc.
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While
the
unit
is in STOP
or
_EC/OT# SETUP
T_M_PR_
REC with a DVD disc to
record
inserted,
press
MONITOR
button.
TheTV
program
will
be on the
screen
in the recording
quality
with
the
REC
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m
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2
_PMENU
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S_P
picture
recording
speed
you have selected.
If you
want
recording
SPEED
to change
speed,
button
The recording
changed
REC
repeatedly.
speed will be
Refer to "Recording
on page 26.
• You cannot
change the record-
ing speed during
XP
the
as you press the button
as shown.
speed"
press
--_
recording.
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• Note
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check
_he record-
ing sound quality wi_h _he
Rec monitor
function.
32
Recording
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4
This is a simple way to set the
recording time in blocks of 30
minutes. Check that the disc you
Select
a desired
channel
to
2
record using CH • / • buttons or number buttons.
are recording onto has enough
space for the time you set.
When the recording finishes the
PORS
automatically
SPACE
First:
o
Turn on the unit and load a
recordable
disc.
Mal<e sure that theTV
on the unit.
Press REC/OTR
button, then
press REC/OTR button
repeatedly
until a desired
recording
time (30 minutes
to 8 hours) appears on the TV
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Select a recording speed
using REC SPEED button.
Refer to "Recording speed" on
page 26.
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(Normal
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Make sure that the recording
format
is set to the desired
mode.
Refer to "Formatting
pages 28-30.
a disc" on
When a DVD-RW
disc is
loaded:
You can choose Video mode or
VR mode from SETUP menu.
"Video mode" has been selected
as the default. Refer to pages 2829 "Settings for the recording
mat to a blank disc."
a DVD-R
for-
disc is loaded:
DVD-R discs will always be in
Video mode.
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When
0_
input is set
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recorder
standby.
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When the unit reaches the specified time, it will turn off automatically.
To cancel the one-touch
recording
timer
within the specified
time, press STOP •
button.
•
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• The unit will turn off automatically under the conditions
following.
I)No space remained on the
disc.
2)When a power failure
occurs.
• If OTR is finished in DVD
during playback or REC mode
inVCR, the DVD will be in
STOP mode and theVCR
keeps the current
mode.
33
Recording
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4
Select "Timer
You can program the unit to record
up to 8 programs, up to a year in
advance. Daily or weeldy program
recordings are also available.
• Be sure to set the clock before
You can choose the timer
programming menu by pressingTIMER PROG. button. In
Programming"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Timer Programming list will
appear.
1
/
this case, continue with step 5.
malting a timer programming.
• Insert a recordable disc or a
tape with a safety tab.
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Press SETUP
button
play SETUP/DISC
to disllomllomllomllomllomllomllomllomo
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
Select
the program
which
is
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not set up using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
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4
5
6
7
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Enter the date using • / •
buttons, then press I_ button.
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2
Select "SETUP"
using _1/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
e.g.January Is•
SETUP menu will appear.
JAN/OI
Daimy
When pressing • button at the
current date, timer recording
mode will change as follows.
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Select "Recording"
• / _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER button.
Recording
using •
then
/
press
menu will appear.
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Setup > Recording
DVD-R_WRecord#l( Format
[_
Video m0d_
Enter
the time
•
• If you have not set the
clock yet:
A clock setting window will
appear after step 4. Continue
with the step 4 in "Auto
Clock Setting" on page 21 or
"Manual Clock Setting" on
page 22 before making a
timer programming.
• Press _1 or I_ buttons to
move the cursor to the left
to start and
to end using • / • buttons,
then press I_ button.
and the right in the timer
•
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programming
menu.
•
Recording
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8
Select the channel
number
to
f
10
12-
Select a recording speed
using • / • buttons.
record using • / • buttons,
then press I_ button.
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Setup > Recording > Timer Programming
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To record from external
or L2.
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Refer to "Recording speed" on page
26 for DVD or page 94 forVCR.
input, L1
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Press ENTER
Select a recording media
using • / • buttons, then
press I_ button.
information
entered.
button
when all
required
is
CLE_ESET
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10
Your program setting will be
stored.
Setup > Recording > Timer Programming
• To record on to a tape, selectVCR.
• To record on to a disc, select DVD.
• To set another program, repeat
steps 5 to II.
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To exit, press SETUP button.
12
Press POWER
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•
button to turn off.
indicator will appear on the
front display.
• After step 12, the unit will be
turned on automatically 2
minutes (ForVCR recording,
10 seconds) in advance of the
recording time to start and
waits to start.Then the
recording will start at the
recording time you set.
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4
Press POWER button so that
indicator disappears from
the
front
display.
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2
Press TIMER
Timer
PROG.
Programming
button.
list will appea_:
•
To clear the timer programming,
select your desired program
using • / • buttons, then press
CLEAR/C-RESET button.
To correct
ming,
the timer
select your
gram using •
press ENTER
JAN/12
10:00PM, ,10:30PM CH8 DVD
Check
program-
desired
pro-
/ • buttons,
button.
Next, correct the timer
then
programming
using •/•/41/1_
buttons.
Finally, press ENTER button
3
l--
again.
m
the information
list you will
need.
on the
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PressTIMER
PROG.
button
to exit.
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Press TIMER PROG. button to ]
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Press
POWER
to the timer
button
standby
to return
mode.
Press STOP • button to stop the disc recording or STOP/EJECT • _ to
stop the tape recording on the front panel of the main unit. STOP • button on the remote control is not effective.
check the timer programming /
in process.
|
When the timer recording is l
in process, that program will l
be red highlighted. In this case,J
you cannot select any other
program.
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Recording
Hints
for timer
recording
• If there is a power failure or this unit has been unplugged for more than 30 seconds, the clock setting and all timer settings will be lost.
• If a disc is not on the tray, the DVD indicator on the front panel flashes and timer recording cannot be performed.
Please insert a recordable disc.
• If a tape with a record
r_b is not in the cassette compartment,
theVCR
indicator
on the front
panel flashes and timer
recording cannot be performed. Please insert a recordable r_pe.
• When all the timer recording is completed, the _ indicator flashes.To play or eject the recorded
disc (or the tape),
press POWER button first and then press PLAY I_ or OPEN/CLOSE _ (or STOP/EJECT • _) button.
• The timer recording is not performed in DVD and VCR at the same time. If you set two programmings with the same
channel and time both in DVD andVCR, the programming
• During timer recording
or timer standby ( _
available.To make these operations
• To cancel the timer
IThe
of
priority
This unit records
that has priority
will be recorded.
is on the front display), any operations
available, cancel the timer recording
on the unit will not be
or timer standby first ( _
indicator
disappears).
standby mode, press POWER button.
overlapped
settings
the programs according
set previously has priority.
A timer recording of lower
Check the overlapped
•
indicator
priority
to priority
will be canceled, start from
timer programmings
A programming
if the timer programmings
timer
programming
the middle, or stop on the way.
and change the priority
set previously
are overlapped.The
if necessary.
has priority
[] When the starting time is the same:
A program set previously (PROG.A) has priority.
[] When some programming
have been
made at the end time of the
programming
currently being recorded:
A program set previously (PROG. B) has priority.
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[
PROG.A
•
When
the recording
time is partially
overlapped:
PROG. A will start after PROG. B is complete to be recorded.
•
When the recording time is entirely
PROG. A will not be recorded.
I
•
[_
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overlapped:
I
When
the end time
of the programming
of the one to be recorded
sequentially
The first 20-90 seconds of the programming
currently
being recorded
and the starting
are same:
to be recorded
sequentially
will be cut off.
time
Note:
=
After finishing the timer
recording
in DVD, other
timer programmings
cannot be performed
for
i
The first 20-90 seconds will be cut off."
36
Recording
Connection
to an
external
source
Connect the external source properly to the unit by using input jacks either
S-VIDEO input is useful only in DVD mode.
LINE2 (Front) or LINE1 (Rear).
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Front of this unit
1. Press
menu.
2. Select
press
3. Select
button.
SETUP
button
to display
Rear of this unit
SETUP/DISC
1. Press
SETUP
button
to display
SETUP/DISC
menu.
"SETUP"
ENTER
using
_1 / I_ buttons,
then
button.
"SelectVideo",
2. Select
press
then
Setup > Select Video
press
ENTER
3. Select
button.
"SETUP"
ENTER
using
"SelectVideo",
[_
_1 / I_ buttons,
then
button.
then
Setup > Select Video
press
ENTER
[_
Video In
Video In
4. Select "L2
ton.
(Front)",
then
press ENTER
but-
4. Select "L1
ton.
(Rear)",
then
press ENTER
but-
1 > Select Video
5. Select the input jack type to connect, then
press ENTER button.
If you want to use S-VIDEO INPUT, select"S-Video In".
If you want to use VIDEO INPUT (Composite),
select"Video In".
Setup > Select Video
5. Select the input jack type to connect, then
press ENTER button.
If you want to use S-VIDEO INPUT, select"S-Video In".
If you want to use VIDEO INPUT (Composite),
select "Video In".
Setup > Select Video
S-Video In
37
Recording
Recording
from
Before recording
an
external
source
from an external source, see the instructions for the connection on page 37.
1. Turn the TV and the unit on, and be sure to select
of the TV to which the unit is connected.
the input
m
12. When
you want to record
to the disc:
--2
Press:
Press OPEN/CLOSE
__ button to open the disc tray, then
place the disc to record properly.
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When
Insert
ment.
you want to record
the tape with
to a tape:
Press:
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a safety tab into the cassette
compart-
PAOSE
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T_UER
P_O_
m
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3. Select the input of the unit which the external equipment
is
connected. (L2 or L1)
•To use the input jacks on the back of this unit, select "LI" position by
pressing [0],[0],[I]
on the remote control or the CH • / • buttons.
•To use the input jacks on the front of this unit, select "L2" position
by pressing [0],[0],[2]
tons.
on the remote control
or the CH •
4. Select a recording speed using REC SPEED button.
"Recording speed" on page 26 for DVD or page 94 forVCR.
XP
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SP ---_
/ •
but-
Refer to
LP
t
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SEP _SLP_
DVD
5. Press REC/OTR
EP
mode
button
6. Press PLAY button
VCR mode
on the unit
on the external
to start
recording.
source to record
from.
7. For disc:
Press STOP
•button
on the unit
to stop recording.
For _e:
Press STOP/EJECT
ing.
38
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•
__ button
on the unit
to stop record-
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Recording
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You can copy a DVD disc to a
videotape or copy a videotape to
a DVD disc.This function will be
Select "SETUP"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
SETUP menu will appear.
possible only if the DVD disc or
the tape is not copy protected.
Before starting this function, prepare for the recording on the
DVD-R/RW disc or the videotape.
Refer to pages 26-42, 94.
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Make sure:
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3
4
• Insert a disc and a tape with a
safety tab.
Note for recording to a tape:
• The tape's record tab is intact.
• The videotape is long enough to
record the DVD disc.
Note for recording to a disc:
• The DVD disc is satisfied with
the recording
pages 26-42.
VIDE_
Setup > Recording
DVD-RWRecordil_l Format
status. Refer to
Video mod_
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Press SETUP
button
to dis-
play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
Screen:
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Select "Dubbing
Mode"
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
Option
window
using
press
will appear.
Note
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For VCR to DVD duplication:
• After startingVCR to DVD
duplication, the picture may be
distorted because of the auto
tracldng function.
This is not a malfunction. Be
advised to playback the tape
until the picture is stabilized,
then set the starting point
which you wish to start
recording, and startVCR to
, DVD duplication.
Instructions
continue
on page
40.
39
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5-b
Select "VCR
_
DVD"
/ • buttons, then
ENTER button.
using •
press
f
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Select "VCR
_
DVD"
/ • buttons, then
ENTER button.
using •
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6-b
Press SETUP button
SETUP menu.
to exit
Press SETUP button
SETUP menu.
_
to exit
Make sure to select a recording
speed using REC SPEED button.
Press:
Press:
Make sure to select a recording
speed using REC SPEED button.
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Press:
Press PLAY I_ button on the
unit, and then press PAUSE
button at the point you wish
to start recording.
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Press DUBBING
button
the front of the unit.
on
VCR to DVD duplication will start.
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Press PLAY I_ button
unit, and then press PAUSE
button at the point you wish
to start recording.
STOP
unit
or
STOP
the
remote
the
recording.
•
button
•
on the
button
control
on
to stop
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button
the front of the unit.
DVD toVCR
Press
on the
on
duplication will start.
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Press STOP/EJECT
• _ button on the unit or STOP •
button on the remote
control
to stop
the
recording.
• When you turn off the unit
after setting the Dubbing
Node to VCR_-DVD
, the
setting will be set to
VCR'*
DVD automatically.
• Dubbing Node is available
only if the tape or disc is not
copy protected.
• You cannot change the output
mode duringVCR
DVD toVCR
to DVD or
duplication.
For VCR to DVD duplication:
• The playback sound mode is
followed by the setting of
VCR playback sound mode on
page 96. Set the playback
sound mode to which you
wish to record to the DVD.
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Recording
You will need to finalize the discs
recorded inVideo mode to play in
other DVD players.
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Finalizing discs inVideo mode
automatically creates title menus.
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Press SETUP
button
to dis-
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play SETUP/DISC
menu.
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
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Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
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4
Finalizing will start.
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To cancel finalizing, press STOP •
button.
Select "DISC"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
• Once you have finalized a disc
recorded in Video mode, you
cannot edit or record anything else on that disc.
AVR mode disc can still be
recorded
and edited on this
unit even after finalizing.
• When you insert a DVD-RW
disc finalized with this unit,
"Undo Finalize" will appear
instead of "Finalize".
DISC menu will appear.
Video mode:
Disc
Edit
Select "Yes", then press
ENTER button.
Finalizing is cancelled, then the
unit will be in stop mode.
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Select "Finalize"
using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Option
window
will appear.
Finalizing
is complete.
To release the finalizing for
the disc, select "Undo
Finalize" at step 3.
• If _) appear when pressing
STOP button, you cannot cancel finalizing because the finalizing has been in certain
progress.
When selecting "No", press
ENTER or RETURN button,
finalizing will be continued.
You cannot cancel finalizing
the DVD-R disc when it has
been started.
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To prevent
editing,
accidental
or erasing
can protect
recording,
the titles,
them
from
you
DISC
3
Select
"Disc
Protect
ON"
using
•
menu.
then
press
ENTER
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Option
window
/ •
OFF
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buttons,
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button.
will
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SETUP
button
SETUP/DISC
SETUP/DISC
Screen:
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to dis-
VCR
will
appear.
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4
Select
tons,
ton.
_
"Yes"
then
A disc will
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using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
butbut-
be protected.
2
"DISC"
buttons,
then
using
press
_1 /
I_
ENTER
button.
DISC
menu
will
appear.
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P_USE
menu.
menu
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Playing discs
Before
you attempt
Playable
to
play DVD
discs, read the following
discs
information.
Region
This unit is compatible to play the following discs.
To play a DVD, make sure that it meets the requirements for Region Codes and Color Systems as
described below. Discs that have the following Iogos
will play on the unit. Other Disc types are not guaranteed to play.
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codes
This unit has been designed to play DVD discs with
Region One (1). DVDs must be labeled for ALL
regions or for Region 1 in order to play on this unit.
You cannot play DVDs that are labeled for other
regions. Look for the symbols below on your DVDs.
If these region symbols do not appear on your
DVD, you cannot play that DVD in this unit.
DVD VID EO
VIDEO
DVD-RW (VIDEO/VR FORMAT)
DVD-R (VIDEO FORMAT)
R4,7
CD-DA (AUDIO CD)
The number inside the globe refers to region of the
world. Region 1 represents
the United States,
Canada, Bermuda, the U.S.Virgin Islands, and small
regions near Australia.
A DVD labeled for a specific region can only play on
the unit with the same region code.
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CD-R (CD-DA FORMAT, MP3 files)
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for DVD
playback
The contents of DVD disc are generally divided into
some titles.Titles may be further subdivided into
chapters.
Start• Rec.
Color
StopvRec.
systems
DVDs are recorded in different color systems
throughout the world.The most common color systems are NTSC (which is used primarily in the
United States and Canada), PAL, and SECAM.
This unit uses NTSC, so DVDs you play must be
recorded in the NTSC system.You cannot play
DVDs recorded in other color systems.
Guide
Stop/vStart
[Title 1
[ [ Title 2
[
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to displays
1.
First:
Press DISPLAY button to call up
the display menu.This menu will
give you the information on the
playing disc. Some operations are
available while disc is playing.
2.
3.
4.
S.
Indicates a disc type and a
format mode.
:_
Indicates a recording speed
and possible recording time.
Indicates a current channel
number.
Indicates a title number, chapter number, and the time
: Search
:Audio
: Subtitle
:Angle
(exceptVR
@
: Repeat
i_J
: Marker
elapsed of disc play.
Each icon means:
: Noise
(_
mode)
Reduction
:Zoom
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Playing discs
Playback
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VR mode:
Original
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Press POWER
button,
then
press DVD button.
When you are playing a DVD, turn
theTV on and be sure to select
the input to which the unit is connected.
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/ LIST button
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Press OPEN/CLOSE
_ button to open the disc tray.
The disc tray will open.
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Place the disc onto
the disc
tray with its label facing up
and make sure to align the
disc to the disc tray guide.
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Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Playback will start.
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tray
guide
Press STOP
playback.
•
button
to stop
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To eject the disc, press
OPEN/CLOSE _ button to open
the disc tray, then remove the disc
before turning the unit off.
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PressTOP
MENU
button
• Note
• For DVD-R (Video mode)
and DVD-RW (Video mode)
discs which are already finalized, a title list will be displayed instead of thumbnails.
to
display the title menu.
You can change "Original" or
"Playlist" of VR mode using
MENU / LIST button.
Video mode:
• You can resume play from
where you stopped playing
the disc. (Resume play)
Refer to page 46 for details
about resume play.
• Some discs may start playing
automatically.
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Playing discs
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4
Press PLAY I_ button
playing.
Playback will start.
Press POWER
button, then
press DVD button.
When you are playing a DVD or
an audio CD, turn theTV on and
be sure to select the input to
which the unit is connected.
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to start
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If you are playing a DVD-Video
disc, a menu may appear.
Refer to pages 46-47 for details
about a disc menu.
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Press OPEN/CLOSE
__ button to open the disc tray.
The disc tray will open.
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Press STOP
playing.
•
button
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to stop
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Place the disc onto the disc
tray with its label facing up
and make sure to align the
disc to the disc tray guide.
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automatically.
For MP3
playback
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In stop mode, pressTOP NENU
button to call up the NP3 menu,
° Press @ button or RETURN
button to go to the previous
° Press STOP [] button to return
to the first item.
Hints
for MP3 files:
° Folders are known as Groups,
fines are known as Tracks.
° Folders are accompaniedby _
icon.
" To exit the menu, press TOP
MENU button again.
2
Press A / V buttons to select a
desired folder (group)
or track,
then press ENTER bu_ono
When selecting
track:
Playback will start.
When selectingthe
folder:
The files in the folder will appear.
Press A or V button to select the
track or folder you want, then
press ENTER button.
° HP3 files are accompaniedby J_ icon.
Reproduction will start from the
selected track and go to the
next
one
in
turn.
, The systemcanrecognizeup to 255
groups(or folders) andup to 255tracks.
° The name of the group and track
can be displayed in up to 32 characters. Unrecognizable characters
will be replaced with asterisks.
* If there are no files in the folder,
"No Files" will be displayed.
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• The audio source of MP3 files
cannot be recorded as digital
sound by an MD or DAT deck.
This unit recommends the files
• Files ,whole extension other
than .mp3 (MP3) will not be
listed in the MP3 menu.
recorded under the following circumstances:
* Samplingfrequency:44.H<Hzor 48kHz.
* Constant bit rate: [ [2kbps - 320kbps.
• Some unplayable folders or
tracks may be listed in the
MP3 menu due to the
•
recording
status.
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Playing
Playing discs
discs using the
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disc menu
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A DVD disc contains
that describes
a disc menu
the contents
or
allows you to customize the playback. For example, the menu may
offer choices for subtitle languages, special features,
selection.
or chapter
Sometimes these are displayed
automatically
when you start playback, otherwise only appear when
you press MENU / LIST button.
2
Select an item using • / • /
_1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button to confirm.
2
Continue this step to set up all
the features you want or to start
playing the disc from the menu.
MENU
/ LIST
button:
Displays a DVD disc menu which
varies with the disc and may be
the same as the 'Title menu.'
First:
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Moves the cursor around
1
Press MENU
/ LIST
Enter
Selects
may appear
is not available,
on theTV
-2
screen.
button.
The DVD main menu will appear.
If the feature
1
2
3
screen.
®
menu
Number
Selects
(some
button
button:
the
currently
highlighted
option.
buttons:
a numbered
menu
discs only). Press
after.
option
ENTER
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Press MENU / LIST
exit the menu.
button
to
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Refer to the information
accompanying
details.
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the disc for
Playing discs
Playing
discs using the title
menu
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Some DVDs have a title menu,
which lists the titles available on
them. It helps you to start
back at a specific title.
play-
First:
•
2
Select a title to play using the
• / • / 4 / I_ buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Playback will begin at the title you
selected.
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TOP
MENU
button.
The title menu will appear.
If the feature is not available, _)
may appear on the TV screen.
®
MENU
button:
Displays the 'Title menu' of a
DVD disc which varies with the
disc.
• /•/4/I_
buttons:
Moves the cursor around
Enter
button:
Selects
the
menu
option.
Number
current
t
-2
--
screen.
highlighted
buttons:
Selects a numbered menu option
(some discs only). Press ENTER
button after.
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3
PressTOP
MENU button
exit the title menu.
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• TheTOP
MENU button
will
not always be active with all
DVDs.
• Menus vary among discs.
Refer to the information
accompanying
details.
the disc for
Playing discs
Resume
play
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You can resume play from where
you stopped playing the disc last.
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Press PLAY I_ button.
In a few seconds, playback will
resume from the point at which it
stopped last.You can resume play
at the same point even if you turn
off the
During
•
playback,
press
STOP
will
appear.
button.
The resume
Screen:
message
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start playing the disc from the
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beginning, press STOP • button
the second time while the playback is stopped.
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• For PIP3 files, playback will
resume from the beginning of
the track at which playback
was stopped.
Fast
forward
/ Fast
reverse
f
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Every time you press _
changed as follows.
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button.
or _
button, approximate
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speed will be
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For Audio CDs, approximate speed is fixed at x8 with sound.
For MP3 files, approximate speed is fixed at x8.
To return
to the normal playback, press PLAY l_button.
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• Note
• Forward/reverse speed will be
indicated with icons as foliows.
Forward (Approx. Speed)
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x20: I_
x40: I1_
Reverse (Approx. Speed)
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x20: I_*"
x40: I_*,
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Playing discs
Skipping
TV
commercials
during
play
e.g. Press CM SKIP button once
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pressing CM SKIP button, so that
you can enjoy the recorded programs without interrupting.
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During playback,
SKIP button.
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press CM
(forwarding
Normal playback will start at 30
seconds ahead from the point you
press CM SKIP button.
Every time you press CM SKIP
button, the searching point will be
extended by 30 seconds ahead.
You can press up to 6 times (180
seconds).
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Playback will restart automatically.
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resume
to
play.
During playback, press
PAUSE II button.
Playback will pause and sound will
be muted.
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Playing discs
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by step playback
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Press
1
SLOW
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SKIP
I_1_1 button
repeatedly.
During
PAUSE
playback,
II
The playback
press
frame
button.
Playback will
be muted.
pause and sound
will
will
(or step)
advance
one
at a time
when
you press the skip button
the sound muted.
with
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Press SKIP I_1_1button repeatedly.
Every time you press the button,
the playback will go backward by
one frame.
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Press
PLAY
resume
Slow forward
During
button.
playback,
/ Slow
reverse
press PAUSE
Every time you press I_1_ or _
changed as follows.
I_
button
to
play.
play
I I button,
then press I_1_ or
button, approximate
speed will be
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to the normal
playback,
press
PLAY I_
-
button.
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• Forward/reverse
indicated with
speed will
icons as fol-
lows.
Forward
(Approx.
Speed)
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x I/2: I1_
Reverse
(Approx.
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Playing discs
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Select
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During
playback,
ZOOM
button.
Zoom
menu
will
a desired
zoom
factor
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to zoom using 41 / I1_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
The zoom area will be displayed.
press
appear.
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Select a desired zoom position
There are four options
(x I.O,xl.2,xl.5 and x2.0), these
are displayed excluding the current zoom rate.
Marker
using • / • / 41 / I1_ buttons, then
press ENTER button.
The zoom play will start.
• When selecting a smaller factor
than the current one, the zoom
area will not be displayed.
• To remove the zoom menu, press
ZOOM button again at step I.
• To cancel the zoom function,
select x1.0 using 41 /I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
Setup
Screen for DVD:
.el:
This feature allows you to assign
a specific point on a disc to be
called back later.
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During playback,
PLAY button.
press
DISScreen for CD:
The display menu will appear.
Screen:
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4
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3
Select
2
Select '_) icon using 41/I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Marker setup menu will appear.
a desired
marker
num-
ber using 41 / I1_ buttons.
When it reaches the desired
point, press ENTER
button.
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4
To return to the marker later,
select the desired marker
number using 41 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
•
marker number to be cleared,
then press CLEAR/C-RESET
button.
• All markers will be erased
when you operate these operations listed below.
- Opening the disc tray.
-Turning off the power.
- Recording to a recordable
disc.
- Changing the mode between
Original and Playlist.(VRmode)
• You can marl< up to 6 points.
,
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Playing discs
Title/Chapter
search
Using SKIP 1_14/ _1 buttons
Using
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1
During
playbacl(,
I_1_1 button
DISPLAY
button
1
press
to skip the
rent title or chapter
move
to the next.
The title or chapter will
forward
one at a time.
SKIP
cur-
and
During
PLAY
2
playbacl(,
button.
The display
Screen:
menu
press
will
DIS-
appear.
move
To go back to the previous title
or chapter, press SKIP I_1_1button.The title or chapter will move
backward one title at a time.
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Select _
icon using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
'T' for title will be highlighted.
Title:
Enter
a desired
title number
to search using • / • buttons
or number buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Title search will start.
Chapter:
To move to 'C' for chapter, press
I_ button.
Enter a desired chapter number to search using • / • buttons or number buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Chapter search will start.
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Playing discs
Track
search
Using
DISPLAY
button
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1
.0/:
During
playback,
press SKIP
I_1_1button to sldp the current track and move to the
next.
The track will move forward one
track at a time.
During playback, press DISPLAY button.
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The display menu will appear.
Screen:
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To go back to the previous track,
press SKIP I_1_1button.The track
will move backward by one at a
time.
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2
Select
buttons,
button.
icon using _1 / I_
then press ENTER
'T' for track will be highlighted.
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3
Enter
a desired
track
number
to search using • / • buttons
or number buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Track search will start.
Time
search
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During playback,
PLAY button.
press DIS-
The display menu will appear.
Screen for DVD:
Select _
icon using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
'T' for title or track will be high-
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a desired
time
to
search using • / • buttons or
number buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Time search will start.
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able only in the same track or I
title.
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Repeat
play
Title:
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The current title will be played
repeatedly. (DVD only)
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Chapter:
During playback, press DISPLAY button.
The display menu will appear.
The current
SP_CE
chapter will be played
SLOW
repeatedly. (DVD only)
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All:
The current disc will be played
repeatedly. CD, NP3 and DVDRW (VR mode only)
A-B:
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Select
icon using 41/I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
Repeat menu will appear.
Screen:
TheA-B point will be played
repeatedly.
When pressing ENTER button
while A-B is highlighted, the starting point (A) will be decided.
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Press ENTER button again to
select the ending point (B).
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Track:
The current track will be played
repeatedly. (CD, NP3 only)
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Group:
Select a desired option to
repeat using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
The selected repeat play will start.
Random
The current group will be played
repeatedly. (NP3 only)
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• The A-B Repeat playback can
only be set within the current
title (for DVDs), or current
track (for Audio CDs).
• To cancel the repeat playback,
select OFF at step 2.
• You cannot select "Group"
during the random playback
of NP3 files.
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With this function,you
disc randomly instead
in the original order.
can play a
of playing it
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button
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Select "CD"
using <1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
CD Playback Node menu will
appear.
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to dis-
play SETUP/CD
menu.
SETUP/CD menu will appear.
Screen:
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Select "Random
Play" using
• / • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Random playback will start.
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• Note
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• To cancel random playback,
press STOP • button twice
during random playback.
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in your desired orden
Select "Program
Play" using
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
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press
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button
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to dis-
play SETUP/CD
menu.
SETUP/CD menu will appear.
Screen:
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Select
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Select "CD"
using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
a desired
track
using •
/ • buttons, then press
ENTER button or I_ button.
A cursor will move co the next.
CD Playback Mode > Program
Play
CD Playback Mode menu will
appear.
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program playback.
Program playback will start.
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• To erase tracks you selected,
press CLEAR/C-RESET button.
• You can make program settings up to 50.
• To cancel program playback,
press STOP • button twice
during program playback.
• You may also select a desired
track using Number buttons
at step 4.
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Playing discs
You can select an audio or video format as you prefer depending on
the contents of the disc you are playing.
Switching
audio
soundtrack
<DVD-RW
VR mode>
When playing a DVD-Video disc
recorded with two or more
soundtracks (these are often in
different languages), you can
switch between them anytime
during playback.
On DVD-RW discs recorded in
VR mode, you can switch to main
(L), sub audio (R) or a mix of
both (L/R).
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press DIS-
The display menu will appear.
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PLAY button.
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sound-
track using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
<DVD-Video>
Audio soundtrack will switch.
<DVD-RW VR mode>
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3
4
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Select
buttons,
button.
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4
icon using _1 / I_
then press ENTER
Audio menu will appear.
<DVD-Video>
Select
a desired
audio
chan-
nel using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Audio channel will switch.
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• Some discs will only allow
you to change the soundtrack from the disc's menu.
Press TOP MENU button or
MENU / LIST button to display the disc's menu.
• On DVD-RW discs recorded
in VR mode that may have
both a main and a sub audio
channel, you can switch to
main (L), sub audio (R), or a
mix of both (L/R).
• This unit CANNOT
record
in both stereo and SAP
(Secondary Audio
at the same time.
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•
2
When playingAudio CDs or MP3
files you can switch between
stereo, just the left channel or
just the right channel.
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Select
buttons,
button.
icon using _1 / I_
then press ENTER
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Audio menu will appear.
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During playback,
PLAY button.
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press DIS-
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Select
The display menu will appear.
Screen:
a desired
audio
chan-
G_
nel using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Audio channel will switch.
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Switching
subtitles
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Many DVDVideo discs have subtitles in one or more languages.
The case usually tells you which
subtitle languages are available.
You can switch subtitle languages
anytime during playback.
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During playback,
PLAY button.
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2
Select _
icon using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
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press DIS-
The display menu will appear.
Screen:
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Select
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a desired
subtitle
guage using • / • buttons,
then press ENTER button.
Subtitle will be displayed in the
selected language.
When selecting "OFF," subtitle will
disappear.
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• Some discs will only allow
you to change the subtitle
from the discs menu. Press
TOP MENU button or MENU
I LIST button to display the
discs menu.
•
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Playing discs
Switching
camera
angles
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DVDVideo
shot
from
angles, check
the
scenes
it should
discs feature
two
case for
be marked
icon if it contains
scenes.
2
f
or more
with
details:
an angle
multi-angle
Select
buttons,
button.
icon using <1 / I_
then press ENTER
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AUDIO OPEN/CL0SE
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press ENTER button.
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During playback,
PLAY button.
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SPACE
SLOW
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PAUSE
press DIS-
The display menu will appear.
Screen:
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T_ME_
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Q_O_
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F
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Angle icon appears when a switching camera angle is available.
Reducin_
block
noise
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SPACE
During playback,
PLAY button.
press DIS-
The display menu will appear.
Screen:
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3
Select
a desired
option
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
using
press
Your setting will be activated.
This function reduces noise in the
playback picture.When
playing
back discs recorded in long time
mode such as SLP or SEP mode,
2
Select
buttons,
button.
icon using <1 / I_
then press ENTER
NR menu will appear.
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select "Type I" or "Type 2".
("Type 2" is more effective.)
When playing back discs with a
few noises such as DVD-Video
discs, select "OFF".
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Editing
Guide
Title
the
to a title
list allows
Editin_
you to check
disc easily.You
screen
list
the titles
can choose
recorded
on
a title to play from
and easily edit the titles
discs inVideo
You can edit discs inVideo
this
as you prefer.
mode
mode for the following
items.
Be sure that once you edit titles, they will not remain as
recorded
originally.
Deleting titles (Refer to page 61)
Putting names on titles (Refer to pages 62-63)
Disc > Ed!t > Or!gina!
• Setting or clearing
chapter
markers
(Refer to page 64)
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• Once
a disc is finalized,
to the
disc will
(Except
DVD-RW
discs
• A playlist
•
1.
Titles
recorded
on the
edit by pressing
on the title.
2.
Protect
3.
been protected.
The selected title
icon, which
4.
The
menus
fer.The
The
6.
the title name you will edit.
Time status bar of the title.
7.
The
includes
_91button
8.
title,
icon,which
a next
which
disc or
in VR mode.)
with
discs inVideo
the
mode.
DVD-R
discs
•
to
has
list.
as you pre-
on the
disc
can be changed
means the title
or a previous
by following
Playback status
and DVD-RW
the
be available.
type.
5.
arrow
is not available
not
cursor
the title
titles
depends
the
the title
from
for editing
menus
of the
with
when
thumbnails
in here
available
button
appears
type and the format
details
disc can be selected
ENTER
editing
recording
list
page. Press l_or
direction
of the current
to
of the
icon.
disc.
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Editing
Editing
discs
inVR
mode
For discs inVR mode, you can edit from "Original"
original.
Editing original
The following
titles.
titles
Editing
items can be used to edit the original
•
•
•
•
Deleting titles (Refer to page 65)
Deleting parts of titles (Refer to pages 66-67)
Putting names on titles (Refer to pages 67-68)
Setting or clearing chapter markers (Refer to
pages 69-70)
• Setting pictures for thumbnails (Refer to pages
70-71)
• Setting titles to protect (Refer to page 72)
• Releasing titles from protecting (Refer to page 73)
".Note
it is, edit
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the playlist as you prefer.
menu or"Playlist"
menu, which is created from the
playlists
You can create a playlist from original titles, so that
you can edit as you prefer without losing original
titles.
The following items you can edit with a playlist.
• Deleting titles (Refer to page 74)
• Deleting parts of titles (Refer to pages 75-76)
• Putting names on titles (Refer to pages 76-77)
• Setting or clearing chapter markers (Refer to
pages 78-79)
• Setting pictures for thumbnails (Refer to pages
79-80)
• Adding titles to a playlist (Refer to page 81)
• Deleting a playlist (Refer to page 82)
(Refer to pages 74-82)
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Deleting
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titles
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You can delete
titles
which
do not need anymore.
Be sure to know that
once
deleted
back to the
When
the
cannot
you
Select
the titles
in Video
mode
space to
record
a desired
Edit menu
in the title
is deleted,
will
title
• / _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER
button.
be brought
disc.
last title
•
3
will
using
then
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press
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disc
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Press
SETUP
"DISC"
button.
using
Select
_1 / I_
buttons,
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then
press
ENTER
DISC
menu will
•
4
button.
appear.
Select
"Title
Delete"
/ • buttons,
then
ENTER
button.
Edit
Option
window
using
•
press
will
appear.
Title Oe_ete
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Select
tons,
ton.
"Edit"
then
using
press
•
ENTER
/ •
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will
Screen:
appear.
Select
tons,
Disc > Edit
"Yes"
then
using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
butbut-
ton.
Title
will
be deleted.
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pleted,
to exit
writing
press
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to disc is comSETUP
menu.
button
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2
3
4
5
Editing
Putting
names
on titles
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put
title
titles and change
this menu.
names
the
on
the
names
from
The names you put on the titles
will be displayed on a titlelist.
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Select "EditTitle
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
A window
name
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button.
will
for entering
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a title
appear.
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Press SETUP
Name"
Select
"DISC"
using <1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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Disc
Edit
4
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To enter
a title
the
of "Guide
title
steps
name"
name,
on this
follow
to edit
page.
character
set
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Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Titlelist will appear.
[Step
Screen:
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[Step2]:
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area for entering
to
edit
a desired
ENTER
button.
buttons,
then
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below
title
name
character
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set using
&/V
press
buttons
following
by the lis_
title names
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<space>
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<space>
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name, press ENTER button.
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Select a desired title using • /
• / <1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Edit menu will appear.
Disc
Press _lj button, character set will be changed
to the " @!? " mode automatically.
• To delete
repeatedly.
to delete
• To go £[)_to the next
press (_
button.
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• You
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letters,
press CLEAR/C-RESET
Holding
CLEAR/C-CRESET
all letters.
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can enter
up to
entering
30 letters.
area for
button
button
letters,
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After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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Editing
Setting
or clearing
chapter
markers
You can put chapter markers in
each title. Once a chapter is
marked, you can use it for the
chapter search feature.
You can set chapter markers at a
specified time you selected for
titles with more than S minutes.
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Select
Hark"
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
"DISC"
using 4/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
Option
window
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button.
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using
press
will appear.
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Disc
Edit
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•
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Select
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
•
5
a desired
time
/ • buttons, then
ENTER button.
Option
Titlelist will appear.
Screen:
window
using •
press
will appear.
Disc > Edit
Disc > Edit
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Select a desired title using • /
• / 4 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Edit menu will appear.
Select "Yes" using 4 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
A chapter marker will be added.
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After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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• Note
putting markers beyond a
length of a title.
• A chapter marker may be
delayed according to the
recording content.
•
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Deleting
titles
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•
When a title is deleted from an
4
original list inVR mode, the disc
space to record will be increased.
Be advised that the titles once
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
deleted cannot be brought back
to the disc.
Original
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menu will appear.
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Press SETUP
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button.
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Select
"DISC"
using _1 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
Edit
Select "Title
Delete"
using •
/ • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option
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Disc
window
will appear.
•
Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList menu will appear.
Screen:
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Select
tons,
"Yes"
then
using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
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ton.
Title
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3
will
be deleted.
•
Select "Original"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Original list will appear.
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After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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Editing
Deleting
parts
of titles
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You can delete part of a title, the
disc space to record will be
increased.
advised that the parts once
deleted cannot be brought back
to the disc.
Be
4
Select a desired title using • /
• / <1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Original
menu will appear.
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Press SETUP
"DISC"
therl
button.
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using _1/I_
buttons,
press
ENTER
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button.
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Select "Scene
Delete"
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
Option
window
using
press
will appear.
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Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
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Screen:
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Press ENTER
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button
to
decide a start point, then
press ENTER button to
decide an end point.
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Select "Original"
using <1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
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Startpoint End point
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Before
editing
_
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•
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Select "Delete"
using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
tons,
Option window
Part of a title will
will appear.
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"Yes"
then
using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
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ton.
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names
writing
to
disc
pleted,
press
SETUP
to exit
DISC
menu.
is com-
title
will
you
be displayed
names
on the
names from
put on the
titles
on a titlelist.
First:
or playlist
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"DISC"
is more
Select
SETUP
button.
using
Select
_1 / I_
then
press
ENTER
DISC
menu
will
than
tons,
ton.
f
"Edit"
then
using
press
Original/PlayList
Screen:
•
/ •
ENTER
menu
will
butbut-
appear.
PQRS
_
SPACE
buttons,
button.
appear.
of
in the original
•
2
Q
1
Press
markers
on titles
titles and change the
this menu.
The names
chapter
button
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• You cannot select ' Scene
Delete
when the number
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900.
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Select "Original"
using _1 / I1_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
To enter
3
Original
6
list will appear.
a title
name, follow
the steps of "Guide to edit
title name" on this page.
character set
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Disc > Edit > Original > Edit Title Name
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area for entering title names
When you finish entering a title
name, press ENTER button.
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Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Original
Disc
menu will appear.
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> Odgblal
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Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
The name you entered will be
activated for the title.
[
[Step
Guide
0:01:25
[Step2]:
Title
edit
a desired
ENTER
button.
buttons,
then
title
name
character
]
set using A/V
press
Press Nurnbel
below
F_h
\0j
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to
I ]: Select
buttons
<space>
following
<space>
0
by the lis_
<space>
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Name"
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using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
A window for entering a title
name will appear.
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Disc > Edit > Original > Edit Tige Name
After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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Press ½1) button,
character
set wdl be changed
to the " @!_ " mode automatically.
• To delete
repeatedly.
to delete
letters,
all
press
Holding
letters.
• To go £n to the next
press _ _ button.
• You can
68
enter
up to
CLEAR/C-RESET
CLEAR/C-CRESET
entering
30 letters.
area
button
button
for
letters,
Editing
Setting
or clearing
chapter
You can put chapter markers
markers
in
DIsc > Edit > Original
each title. Once a chapter is
marked, you can use it for the
chapter search feature.
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DEF
You can put a chapter marker
anywhere you want.
When the number of chapter
markers in the original list comes
to 999 in total, you cannot add
any more chapter markers.
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button.
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4
Original menu will appear.
Press SETUP
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Select a desired title using • /
• / 4 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
First:
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2
Select
"DISC"
using 4 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
5
6
Edit
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Select "Chapter
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• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
2
Option
window
using
press
will appear.
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
menu will appear.
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Select "Add"
or "Delete"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
3
Option window
<Add>:
will appear.
Select "Original"
using 4 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Original list will appear.
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Editing
<Delete>:
The chapter marker which you
selected will be deleted.
<Delete>:
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chapter marker of each title.
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Select "Yes" using _I / _ buttons, then press ENTER button.
A chapter marker will be added.
<Add>:
Setting
•
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After writing
to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
Disc > Edit > OriginaJ
WritingtoDisc
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,
pictures
, ,
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for
thumbnails
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You can set a picture to each tide for
a thumbnail. It helps you to remember the contents of the title you are
playing.The beginning picture has
been selected as the default.
First:
2
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
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PQRS
Original/PlayList
Screen:
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menu will appear.
SPACE
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Press SETUP
button.
Select
"DISC"
using <1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
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DISC menu will appear.
Disc
Edit
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If a selected picture for a
]
thumbnail is deleted by delet-|
ing a part of a title, a default |
picture will be selected.
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Editing
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•
6
Select "Original"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original list will appear.
A picture for thumbnail will be
set.
PQRS
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SPAC_
O
ginal
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Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Original menu will appear.
7
After
pleted,
to exit
Disc > Edit > Original
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Select "Index
5
6
writing
to disc is com-
press SETUP
DISC menu.
button
•
Picture
Set"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option
window
will appear.
71
Editing
Setting
titles
_>
to protect
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To prevent accidental editing or
erasing the titles, you can protect
them from the original menu.
First:
i
4
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Original
A_C
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menu will appear.
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"DISC"
then
button.
ENTER
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Select
using _1/I_
press
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SPACE
SLOW
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Disc > Edit > Original
Press SETUP
DE_
buttons,
button.
DISC menu will appear.
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Disc
Edit
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Select "Protect
OFF
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using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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Disc > Edit > Odginal
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Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
menu will appear.
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Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
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3
Select "Original"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Original list will appear.
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ginal
7
After writing
pleted, press
to exit DISC
to disc is comSETUP button
menu.
To protect a whole disc
(DVD-RWVR
mode Only):
Select "Disc Protect" from Disc
menu, then select"Yes".
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2
3
4
5
6
Editing
Releasing
titles
from
_>
protecting
• llolllolllolllolllolllolllolllolll
You
are
allowed
titles protecting
tected.
to
release
the
once pro-
feature
•
4
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
First:
Original menu will appear.
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1
Press SETUP
"DISC"
then
button.
Select
using _1 / I_
press
ENTER
buttons,
button.
DISC menu will appear.
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Edit
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Select "Protect
ON
•
-) OFF"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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2
2
3
4
5
6
Select"Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
menu will appear.
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Select
tons,
ton.
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"Yes"
then
•
using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
butbut-
•
3
Select "Original"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Original list will appear.
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7
•
After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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Editing
Deleting
titles
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InVR mode, even when a title is
deleted from a Playlist, the original
title will remain in an Original list.
The disc space to record will not
be increased.
4
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
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DE_
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Playlist menu will appear.
PoRs
First:
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Press SETUP
button.
Select
"DISC"
using _1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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1:00AM
CH12
1
7
XP
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Title Delete
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Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList menu will appear.
Screen:
Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
Title will be deleted.
Disc > Edit > Playlist
Odginal
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3
Select "PlayList"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
Disc > Edit > Playlist
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7
After writing
to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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-1
2
3
4
5
6
Select "Title
Delete"
using •
/ • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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Editing
Deleting
parts
of titles
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You can delete a specific part of a
title.
Even when a title is deleted from
Select a desired title using • /
• / 4 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
the playlist, the original title will
remain.
The disc space to record
be increased.
•
4
poRs
Playlist menu will appear.
will not
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Press SETUP
button.
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Select
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"DISC"
using 4 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
2
3
4
5
6
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Disc
Select "Scene
Edit
• / • buttons, then
ENTER button.
Option
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2
Delete"
window
using
press
will appear.
•
Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList menu will appear.
Screen:
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Press ENTER
button
to
decide a start point, then
press ENTER button to
decide an end point.
A cursor will move to "Preview".
You can check a preview.
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Select "PlayList"
using 4 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
•
<Preview>
Before
editing
Start p_int
_
En_ point
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Edited
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Editing
Part of a title will be deleted.
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Disc > Edit > Playlist
Select "Delete"
using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Option
window
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will appear.
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After writing to disc is com__eted± press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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"You cannot select Scene
|
Delete when the number of |
chapter markers in the original I
Select "Yes" using _1 / I1_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
or playlist is more than 900.
Puttin_
names
J
on titles
Original/PlayList
Screen:
menu will appear.
You can put names on the titles
and change the names from this
menu.
The names you put on the titles
will be displayed on a titlelist.
First:
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1
Press SETUP
button.
Select
"DISC"
using _1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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3
Select "PlayList"
using _1 / I1_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
Disc > Edit > P[aylist
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2
Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
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2
3
Editing
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•
4
7
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Select
Playlist menu will appear.
The name you entered
activated
for the title.
tons,
"Yes"
then
using
press
_1 / I_
ENTER
butbut-
ton.
will
PQRS
be
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> Edit
> PlaylJsl
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Select
"Edit
using
•
/ •
press
ENTER
A window
name will
Title
Name"
buttons,
then
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button.
for entering
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5
6
7
a tide
After
appear.
writing
to disc is com-
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pleted,
DISC
Disc > Edit > PlayJist > Edit Title Name
press
SETUP
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to exit
menu.
[ Guide
[Step
[Step2]:
_0_
I ]: Select
to
edit
a desired
ENTER
button.
buttons,
then
PIess Numbel
below
<space>
title
name
character
]
set using A/Y
press
buttons
<space>
following
0
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by d_e list
<space>
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To enter
a title
the
of "Guide
title
steps
name"
name,
on this
+ ,-./:;
follow
@[]"
to edit
page.
character
set
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ABC
abe
2
_3_
DEF
def
3
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ghi
4
_5_
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5
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6
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* Press {1_ button, character set will be changed
to the " @!_ " mode automatically,
area for entering title names
• To delete letters, press CLEAR/C-RESET button
repeatedly. Holding CLEAR/C-CRESET button
to delete all letters.
• To go oil to the next entering area for letters,
press { _ button.
• You can enter up to 30 letters.
When you finish entering a title
name, press ENTER button.
77
Editing
Setting
or clearing
chapter
markers
You can put chapter markers in
each
title.
Once
a chapter
Disc>
Edit >
Ha_71ist
is
A_C
marl<ed, yOU can use it for the
chapter search feature.
You can put a chapter marker
anywhere yOU want.
When the number of chapter
markers
in the playlist comes to
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PQRS
more
chapter
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•
4
Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Playlist menu will appear.
button.
Select
Disc > Edit > Playlist
"DISC"
using _1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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Select "Chapter
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using
• / • buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
menu will appear.
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Select "Add"
or "Delete"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
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3
Select "PlayList"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
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markers.
First:
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Press SETUP
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999 in total, you cannot add any
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Option window
<Add>:
will appear.
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2
3
4
5
6
Editing
<Delete>:
The chapter marker which you
selected will be deleted.
<Delete>:
poRs
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SPAC_
0
• You cannot
chapter
delete
the first
of each title.
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Select "Yes" using 4 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
A chapter marker will be added.
<Add>:
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After writing
to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
Setting
pictures
for thumbnails
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You can set a picture to each title
for a thumbnail. It helps you to
remember
the contents
of the
title you are playing.The beginning picture has been selected as
the default.
2
•
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
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Original/PlayList
Screen:
_
PQR_
TUV
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menu will appear.
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Press SETUP
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button.
Select
"DISC"
using 4 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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• Note
thumbnail is deleted by delet-|
ing a part of a title, a default |
picture
will be selected.
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Editing
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Select "PlayList"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
Playlist will appear.
A picture for thumbnail
set.
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6
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will be
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Disc > Edit > Rlaylist
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5
6
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Select a desired title using • /
• / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Playlist menu will appear.
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Picture
Set"
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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7
After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
Disc > Edit > PlaylJst
Select "Index
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Adding
titles
)>
to a Playlist
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the pla¥1ist as you prefer.
You
can
add
titles
to
a Playlist
up
to 99.
First:
Select"Add
NewTitle"
• / • / <1 / I_ buttons,
press ENTER button.
Original list will appear.
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using
then
.@/:
Press SETUP
button.
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list > Add New Title
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Select
"DISC"
using <1 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
1
6
Edit
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Select a desired title using • /
• / <1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
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2
3
4
5
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Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
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menu will appear.
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3
Select "PlayList"
using <1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
Disc > Edit > Playlist
•
After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
To delete a title from PlaTlist,
refer to "Deleting titles" on page
74.
To delete a Playlist,refer to
"Deleting a Playlist" on page 82.
81
Editing
Deleting
a Playlist
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longer needed.
Select "Delete
First:
• / • / _1 / I_ buttons,
press ENTER button.
Playlist"
using
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Press SETUP
Option
button.
Select
window
DEF
then
will appear.
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Disc > Edit > Playlist
"DISC"
using _1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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SLOW
1
6
Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
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A Playlist will be erased.
Select "Edit"
using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Original/PlayList
Screen:
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2
3
4
5
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Disc > Edit > Playlist
menu will appear.
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After writing to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
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Select "PlayList"
using _1 / I_
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Playlist will appear.
• Note
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• Deleting a Playlist will not
increase the available recording time on disc.
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Editing
Deleting
titles
You can delete
do not
not
titles
which
need, however
space to
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record
the
on the
you
disc
disc will
be changed.
Be sure to know
once
deleted
back to the
that
cannot
the titles
be brought
disc.
You cannot
First:
select "Chapter
Marl<".
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Select
Press SETUP
button.
Select
"Title
Delete"
/ • buttons,
then
ENTER
button.
"DISC"
using <1 / I_ buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
Option
window
using
•
will
appear.
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Select
Select
tons,
ton.
Titlelist
"Edit"
then
using
press
•
/ •
ENTER
but-
tons,
ton.
but-
Title
will
"Yes"
then
will
using
press
--1
2
3
4
5
•
5
2
6
press
m
<1 / I_
ENTER
butbut-
be deleted.
appear.
Screen:
Disc > Edit
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Select
a desired
title
• / _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER
button.
Edit menu
will
appear.
using
then
•
press
•
/
After
pleted,
to exit
writing
press
DISC
to disc
SETUP
menu.
is combutton
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Editing
Putting
names
on titles
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You can put names on the titles
and change the names from this
menu.
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Select "EditTitle
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
A window for entering a title
name will appear.
The names you put on the titles
will be displayed on a titlelist.
First:
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Press SETUP
button.
Select
1
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"DISC"
using _1/I_
buttons,
then press ENTER button.
DISC menu will appear.
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2
3
4
5
6
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Disc
To enter a title name, follow
the steps of "Guide to edit
title name" on this page.
character set
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Select "Edit" using • / • buttons, then press ENTER button.
Tidelist will appear.
Screen:
[Step
area for entering title names
When you finish entering a title
name, press ENTER button.
Disc > Edit
I ]: Select
[Step2]:
to
ENTER
button.
buttons,
then
Press Nurnbet
below
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edit
a desired
<space>
title
name
character
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3
Select
a desired
title
• / _1 / I_ buttons,
ENTER button.
using •
then
/
press
buttons
<space>
following
0
by the lis_
<space>
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I
+,-.t:;
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ABC
abe
2
_3_
DEF
def
3
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GHI
ghi
4
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ikl
5
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mno
6
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Press _lj button, character set will be changed
to the " @!? " mode automatically.
Edit menu will appear.
• To delete
repeatedly.
to delete
Disc > Edit
letters,
press CLEAR/C-RESET
Holding
CLEAR/C-CRESET
all letters.
• To go £[)_to the
press (_'button.
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Select "Yes" using _1 / I_ buttons, then press ENTER button.
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You cannot select "Chapter
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Marl<".
After writing
to disc is completed, press SETUP button
to exit DISC menu.
can enter
next
up to
entering
30 letters.
area for
button
button
letters,
Changing
the SETUP
menu
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The following table is the contents which you can set and the default settings.
Refer to the following table for useful operation.
SETUP
menu
[ ,Language setting
Items (highlight
Contents
is the default)
Disc Menu Language
Set the Hanguagefor disc menu.
Audio Language
Set the Hanguagefor audio.
Subtitle Language
Set the Hanguagefor subtNHe.
OSD Background
Transparency
Set the background transparency of OSD
OSD Background
Color
Set the OSD screen colon
OSD Language
Set the language for OSD
(On Screen Display).
Screen Saver
Set the time to work the screen saver on
the screen.
Pages 86-87
2.Display setting
Pages 88-89
3.Audio setting
screen,
[ (Green), 2 (Blue), 3 (Red)
Digital Out
Pages 90-91
Dynamic Range
Control
Fast Forward with
Audio
4,Parental setting
Pages 92-93
Parental Loci<
forward.
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(Change password)
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Set the parental level of your DVD discs.
Set and change the password.
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If you change the setting in SETUP
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menu, the information of contents
stays on even when the power is
L switched off.
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Changing
the SETUP
menu
I
I Press STOP button
if you are playing a disc.
I
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Press SETUP button to display
SETUPIDISC menu will appear.
SETUPIDISC
menu.
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Select "SETUP"
ENTER button.
using _1/I_
buttons,
-2
then press
SETUP menu will appear.
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Select "Playback"
using • / • / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
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Select a desired item
ENTER button.
using • / •
buttons, then press
• Note
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• Only the languages supported
by the disc can be selected.
• Audio Language setting may
not be available to some
discs.
• You can change or switch off
the subtitles on a DVD disc
also from the disc menu if it
is available.
86
•
Changing
Disc Menu Language (Default
Set the language for Disc Menu.
the SETUP
menu
: English)
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
v
Audio Language (Default
Set the Audio language.
: Original)
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
Setup > Playback
v
Subtitle Language (Default
Set the subtitle language.
: OFF)
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
OFF
I If"Other"
is selected, press 4-digit
code using number
buttons.
I
• When you finish entering
the code, press ENTER
button. Refer to the lan-
age
guage code table on page
101.
5
Press SETUP
button
to exit
SETUP
menu.
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Changing
I Press STOP button
the SETUP
if you are playing a disc.
menu
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Press SETUP button to display
SETUPIDISC menu will appear.
SETUPIDISC
menu.
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Select "SETUP"
ENTER button.
using <1/I_
buttons,
then press
SETUP menu will appear.
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Select "Display"
using • / • / <1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
Setup > Displa_
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Select a desired item
ENTER button.
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using • / •
buttons, then press
-2
3
4
Changing
the SETUP
menu
OSD Bacl(ground Transparency
(Default
: 35%)
Set the background transparency of OSD screen.
You can choose one among 0% through 100%.
Setup > Display
Setup > Display
OSD
Bacl(ground
Set the OSD screen
You can choose
Color
color.
one among
(Default
: I Green)
I (Green),
2(Blue),
Setup > Display
[_[]
and 3(Red).
Setup > Display
OSD Language (Default
Set the language for OSD.
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
[_[]
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
: English)
• Select
Setup > Display
_
buttons,
button.
Your
Screen
Saver (Default
Set the time to work the
: 10 minutes)
screen saver function
on the
a setting
then
setting will
using •
press
/ •
ENTER
be activated.
screen.
Setup > Display
[_
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your
setting will
.............
be activated.
v
Press SETUP
button
to exit
SETUP
menu.
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Changing
the SETUP
Choose the appropriate Audio settings for your equipment
it will only affect DVD discs during playback.
I Press STOP button
menu
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as
if you are playing a disc.
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Press
poRs
SETUP
SETUP/DISC
button
menu
will
to display
SETUP/DISC
TUV
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menu.
appear.
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3
4
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Select
ENTER
"SETUP"
button.
SETUP
menu
will
using
_1/I_
buttons,
then
press
appear.
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Select
"Playback"
ENTER
button.
Option
window
using
will
•
/ •
/ _1 / I1_ buttons,
then
press
appear.
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4
Select a desired
ENTER
button.
item
using
•
/ •
buttons,
then
press
1
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• Note
tion
is available
discs which
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Dolby
only on the
are recorded
Digital
format.
in
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Changing
Digital
Out
Set the digital
audio
the SETUP
menu
output.
• Select
a setting
buttons,
button.
Option
Proceed
for
Settings
Dolby
Digital
(Default
then
window
to
using
press
will
•
/ •
ENTER
appear.
steps A or B.
: Stream)
• Select a setting using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Your setting will be activated.
PCM
: Convert the Dolby Digital into PCM
(2 channel).
When your amplifier/decoder
is NOT compatible with Dolby Digital, set to "PCM".
Stream : Outputs a Dolby Digital signals.
When your amplifier/decoder
is compatible with Dolby Digital, set to "Stream".
Note
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When playing a DVD-RW
disc recorded
in VR mode
• If the audio source on a disc is
Dolby Digital format, set "Dolby
Digital" to "PCM" sothat you
canswitchto main(L),sub
audio(R),or a mix of both (L/R)
with your amplifier/decoder:
Settings
forPCN(Default
:Auto)
• Select a setting using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Your setting will be activated.
Auto
: Select "Auto" usually.
48kHz
: If your amplifier/decoder
is NOT compatible with 961<Hz PCM, select "48kHz'.
96kHz sound will be output in 48kHz.
96kHz
:If your amplifier/decoder
is compatible
with 96kHz PCM, select "96kHz'. 96kHz
sound will be output.
When
playing
disc with
right protection
• If you select "Auto",
copy-
the sound
will be down sampled
• If you select "96kHz",
at 48kHz.
no digital
sound will be output. Select
"Auto", so that outputting
• 48kHz
digital sound.
Dynamic Range Control (Default
: ON)
Set to ON to compress the range between soft and loud sounds.
Setup > Playback
[_
• Select a setting using • / •
buttons, then press ENTER
button.
Your setting will be activated.
e Control
ON
Fast Forward with Audio (Default : OFF)
Set to ON to output the sound during playback in fast forward
of x2.
Setup > Playback
• Select
buttons,
button.
Your
Fast Forward
a setting
then
setting will
using
press
•
/ •
ENTER
be activated.
with Audio
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Press SETUP
button
to exit SETUP
menu.
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Changing
Some
will
DVD-Video
stop
if the
discs
ratings
you to enter
a password
ture
your
prevents
feature
exceed
a Parental
from
the disc will
viewing
menu
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Loci< level. Playback
the levels you set, it will
before
children
the SETUP
require
playback.This
inappropriate
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al.
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I Press STOP button
if you are playing a disc.
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Press SETUP button to display SETUP/DISC
SETUP/DISC menu will appear.
menu.
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3
4
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Select "SETUP"
ENTER button.
using
_1/I_
buttons,
then press
SETUP menu will appear.
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Select "Playback"
using • / • / _1 / I_ buttons, then press
ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
Setup > Playback
• Note
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not be available to some
discs.
• With some DVDs, it may be
difficult to find if they are
compatible with parental lock.
Be sure to check if the
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Select "Parental
ENTER button.
Lock"
using •
/•
buttons, then press
parental loci< function operates in the way that you have
set.
• Record the password in case
you forget it.
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Changing
the SETUP
menu
Parental Loci( (Default
:All)
Set the Parental Loci< level.
Parental
• Change the parental level
using • / • buttons, then
press ENTER button.
Option window will appear.
Proceed to steps A or B.
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A password
has not been
set yet
I
• Select
Yes
ParentalLook
password
buttons.
v
Your
• If you select "No",
to Step 5.
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A password
"Yes"
buttons,
setting
then
using _1 / I_
enter
using
a new
Number
will be activated.
proceed
• Enter the current password
using Number buttons.
• If you select "No",
to Step 5.
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Change the password
has been set already
proceed
• Select "Yes" using _1 / I_
buttons, then enter a new
password using Number
buttons.
Your setting will be activated.
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"Press CLEAR/C-RESET but- "
ton to erase
Press SETUP
button
to exit
SETUP
numbers
entered
incorrectly.
• When you forget the password or you want to clear all
settings in Parental lock, enter
4,7,3,7 using Number buttons
in option window. Password
will be cleared and parental
menu.
,
levels will be set to All.
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VCR
functions
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Press POWER button on the
remote control or the front
panel of the unit.
When you are playing a tape, turn
theTV on and be sure to select
the input to which the unit is connected.
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Press PLAY _
a prerecorded
button
tape,
then press PLAY I_ button
begin playback.
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Press:
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During playback, press
PAUSE II button.
Playback will pause and sound will
be muted.
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playback.
•
button
to stop
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Press STOP/EJECT
• _ button on the front panel of the
unit to eject the tape.
•
• When a tape without record
tab is inserted, the unit will
start playback automatically.
• Tracldng will be automatically
adjusted upon playback.To
adjust the tracking manually,
press the CHANNEL A/V
buttons on the front panel of
the unit or CHA/CHV
buttons on the remote control.
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First:
Before recording, make sure:
• The desired channel is selected
by pressing the number buttons
on the remote control or
CHANNEL A/V buttons on the
front panel of the unit.
• There is a tape with a record tab
in the unit.
• The desired recording speed is
selected in SP (standard play) or
SLP (super long play) mode by
pressing REC SPEED button on
the remote control.
Recording
speed:
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Press
REC/OTR
Pause mode
for 5 minutes,
it will
stop automatically
to protect the
tape and the video head from
damage.
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later, cover
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_EC_OTR
or
to resume it, press PAUSE |1 button. After the unit has been in
recording
or SAP is selected.
2
to
begin the recording.
To temporarily
stop recording
Press STOP
• Stereo
button
button
is completed.
erasure
accidental
ded
tab.To
the
when the
prevention
recording
cassette
,
record
hole
with
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• To view one channel while
recording another
I) While you are recording on
the unit, pressVlDEO/TV button.
2) At the cable box or satellite box, select the channel
you want to view.
If you haveconnected the unit to
a cable box or satellite box, refer
to "Connection to a Cable Box
or Satellite Box" section on page
14.
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• If OTR is finished inVCR during
playbackor RECmode in DVD,the
VCR will be in STOP mode andthe
DVD keepsthe current mode.
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VCR
One-touch
timer
functions
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recording
This feature allows you to set the
recording length simply by pressing
REC/OTR button on the remote
control or the front panel of the unit.
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To cancel the one-touch
During normal recording,
press REC/OTR
button to
begin one-touch
timer
recording.
You can select a fixed recording
time by pressing the REC/OTR
button repeatedly.
Index
When one-touch timer recording
is finished, the unit will turn off
automatically.
recording
within
timer
the specified
time, press STOP •
button.
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the beginning of each recording
you mal<e.You may skip to a specific marked point by following the
Press I_1_/_1_1 buttons
start index search.
steps below.
direction, press I_1_ button.
If you want to go in the reverse
direction, press _
button.
After index search, theVCR will
First:
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If you want to go in the forward
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play the tape automatically.
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Press SEARCH
NODE button
so that the index search
menu
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appears.
2
Enter
the number
of record-
ings you wish to sldp using
Number
buttons with in 30
seconds.
INDEX SEARCH
• Note
03
• Every time a tape is recorded
an index marl< is written on
the tape.
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VCR
Time
functions
search
TIME SEARCH
This feature allows you to go to a
specific point on a tape by entering
the exact amount of time you wish
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to skip in order to reach the
point.
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start time search.
Press SEARCH
NODE
button
repeatedly
so that the Time
search menu appears.
2
Enter
your
desired
time to
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If you want to go in the forward
direction, press I_1_ button.
If you want to go in the reverse
direction, press _
button.
After time search, the unit will play
the tape automatically.
skip using Number buttons
with in 30 seconds.
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Note
• These functions are not available during recording.
• Press STOP button to stop the
search.
• If the end of the tape is reached
during a Search,this unit will cancel
the searchand rewind the tape.
First:
To cue or review
picture
during
playback
(Picture
Search):
Press I_1_/<1<1 buttons during playback.
Press it again and the unit will search in super high speed. (in the SLP
mode only)
To freeze the picture on TV screen during playback (Still mode):
Press PAUSE II button. Each time you press the button, the picture will
be forwarded by one frame.
If the picture begins to vibrate vertically during the still mode, stabilize
the picture by pressing the CHANNEL _/!' or CH_/CHV
buttons.
If the picture is distorted or rolling vertically, adjust the vertical hold
control on your TV, if equipped.
Counter
Reset:
Press CLEAR/C-RESET button.
To playback
• Note
oeeee•_eeeeeeeee_eeeee_=eeee•.
• Still/Slow/Pause
mode will be
automatically cancelled after 5
minutes to prevent damage to
the tape and the video head.
• To return to playback from
the Picture Search/Still/Slow
mode, press PLAY button.
in slow motion:
Press SLOW II_ button during playback or the still mode.
If the noise bars appear on the TV screen, you can reduce it by pressing
CHANNEL A/T or CHA/CHT
buttons.
When you playback a tape recorded
in Hi-Fi stereo:
Press AUDIO button on the remote control to select Hi-Fi or MONO
for playback sound mode.
• If yOU have connected a stereo TV to this unit, select "Hi-Fi".
• If you have connected a monaural TV to this unit, select"l'dONO".
96
Your Sebctlon
HFF[
L-channel
non Hi-Fi tapes
HFF_ tapes
recorded in
HFFi stereo
H_-F_tapes
recorded main
audio program
Monaural
L
Main audio
MONO
R-channel
Monaura_
Monau_a_
R
L+R
Main audio
Main audio
program
program
program
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S_o_0_oS_oo_d_oS_oo_,_u_o
_o_>,o_,_,_,_o_,
_o_,,_, _o_m
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.
Power
The power
does
not turn on.
• Check
that the AC power
cord is connected
securely.
Picture
There is no picture.
• Re-connect the connecting cord securely.
• The connecting
cords are damaged.
• The Setup Display appears. Press RETURN _J button to turn
off the display.
• Check the connection
to yourTV (page 13).
• Check the RF output channel when you view aTV program
using RF connection.
• Check if the INTERLACE/PROGRESSIVE
mode is set correctly
according to yourTV. See page 13.
• Switch the input selector
on yourTV (such as to "LINE I") so
that the signal from this unit appears on theTV screen.
Picture
• The disc is dirty or flawed.
• Head cleaning forVCR may be necessary.
Refer to "AUTO HEAD CLEANING".
noise appears.
• If the picture output signal from the unit passes through yourVCR
to get to your TV, or if you are connected to a combination
TV/VIDEO player, the copy-protection
signal applied to some DVD
programs could affect picture quality. If you still experience this
problem even when you connect the unit directly to your TV, try
connecting the unit to yourTV's S-VIDEO input,
• Adiust tracking control for better picture by pressing
CHANNEL
(A/v)
buttons on this unit or CH (A/v)
buttons while you are playing a video tape.
TV program
screen.
reception
TV program
pictures
TV channels
cannot
does
not fill the
are distorted.
be changed.
• Try to set the channels with "Auto Preset" in SETUP menu
(page 18).
• Select a channel of anyTV program using the CH A / v buttons,
• PressVIDEO/TV
button if necessary.
•
•
•
•
AdiustTV antenna.
Adjust the picture (see the TV's instruction manual).
Place the unit andTV farther apart.
Place theTV and any bunched antenna cables farther
• Switch the input toTV.
• Connect
the antenna cable correctly
(page
apart.
13).
The playback picture orTV program from
the equipment
connected
through the
unit is distorted,
• If the playback picture output from a DVD playehVCR, or tuner
goes through the unit before reaching your TV, the copyprotection
signal applied to some programs
could affect picture
quality. Disconnect
the playback equipment
in question and
connect it directly to your TV.
There
• The disc is dirty or flawed.
Re-connect
all connections
securely.
The connecting
cord is damaged.
Check the connections
to the amplifier input.
The input source setting on the amplifier is incorrect.
The unit is in pause mode or in Slow-motion
Play mode.
The unit is in fast forward or fast reverse mode.
Sound
is no sound.
If the audio
(COAXIAL)
Sound is noisy
No DTS sound is output
signal does not come through the DIGITAL OUT
jack, check the Audio Setup settings (pages 90-91 ).
• The disc is dirty or flawed.
• When playing a DTS-CD, noise may come from
This unit is not compatible
with DTS-CD.
• This unit is not compatible
the speakers.
with DTS sound
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Others
Playback
No disc is inserted.
A blank disc is inserted.
The disc does not play.
No cassette tape is inserted.
The disc is upside down. Insert the disc with the labeled side facing up.
The disc is not correctly inserted.
The unit cannot play certain discs (such as a CD-ROH)
(page
43).
• The region code on the DVDVIDEO
does not match the unit
(page 43).
• Noisture has condensed inside the unit. Remove the disc and
leave the unit turned on for about half an hour until the
moisture evaporates (page 4).
• If the disc was recorded on another
recorder, the unit cannot
play the disc if it was not finalized (page 4 I),
The disc does not start playback from the
beginning,
• Resume play was activated (page 48). Press STOP • button
twice,
• You have inserted a disc whoseTitle
menu or DVD menu
The unit starts playing from
automatically.
• The DVDVIDEO
automatically
the disc
appears on theTV
screen when it is first insert,
features an auto playback function,
Some functions such as Stop. Search. or
Slow-motion Play cannot be performed,
• Depending on the disc,you may not be able to do some of the
operations above. See the instruction manual supplied with the disc.
The language for the sound track cannot
be changed.
• Nultilingual tracks are not recorded on the DVDVIDEO,
DVD-R or DVD-RW being played,
• The DVDVIDEO
prohibits the changing of the language for the
sound track,
• Try changing the language using the DVDVIDEO's
menu.
The subtitle language cannot be changed
or turned off.
• Nultilingual subtitle are not recorded on the DVDVIDEO.
• The DVDVIDEO
prohibits changing of the subtitles.
• Try changing the subtitle using the DVDVIDEO's
menu,
The angles cannot be changed,
• Nulti-angles are not recorded on the DVDVIDEO
being played,
• You are trying to change the angles when _
icon does not
appear on theTV screen (page 58).
• The DVDVIDEO
prohibits changing angles.
• Try changing the angle using the DVDVIDEO's
menu.
RecordinglTimer
recordinglEditing
The channel cannot be changed from the
channel you are recording.
• Set the TV's input to "TV."
Recording does not start immediately
after you press REC/OTR button,
• An unused DVD-R or DVD-RW was inserted. It takes a while
for the unit to automatically format a DVD-RW.
• Hake sure the tape has a safety tab when you record to a
cassette tape. If needed, cover the hole with cellophane tape.
Nothing was recorded even though you
set the timer setting correctly.
•There was a power failure during recording.
• The units internal clock stopped due to a power failure that
lasted for more than 30 seconds.
Reset the clock (pages 22-23).
• Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and
connect it again.
• The program contains copy protection signals that restricts copying.
• The timer setting overlapped with another setting that was set
later or has priority.
Recording
does not stop immediately
after you press STOP •
button.
Timer recording is not complete
not start from the beginning.
• It will take a few seconds for the unit to input disc data before
recording
or did
can stop.
• The timer setting overlapped with another
later or has priority (page 36).
setting that was set
• Disc space was not enough.
Timer
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recording
is impossible.
• Hake sure k_ indicator appears on the front display of this unit. If not,
press POWER button.
Others
Remote
control
The remote
•
•
•
•
•
does not function.
Batteries are weal<.
There are obstacles between the remote
The remote is far from the unit.
There are no batteries in the remote.
Turn on the unit.
and the unit.
• The remote is not pointed at the remote sensor on the unit.
• Press the DVD orVCR button, whichever you need.Then, try again.
• Check if a cassette tape is in this unit.
Others
The unit does not operate
properly.
The disc tray does not open when you
press OPEN/CLOSE __ button.
• When static electricity, etc., causes the unit to operate
abnormally, unplug the unit and then plug it in again.
• It may take a few seconds for the disc tray to open after you
have recorded or edited a disc.
• This is because the unit is adding disc data to the disc.
i
[
D sc
Error
]
-- Please eiect the disc. --
Unplayable disc is inserted
in the unit.
Playback feature may not be
as,ailable on this Disc.
I
Region Error"
]
-- Please eject the disc,-Playback is not authorized
region.
I
in your
Parental Lock On
The current sdected
Prohibits playback.
I
Recording
parental level
Error
]
This program is not allowed
to be recorded.
I
Recording
1
Error
This program is not
recordable in Video mode.
I
Recording
Can not record
I
Recording
Error
]
on this disc.
Error
This program is not allowed
be recorded on this disc.
I
Recording
Error
This disc is protected
recordabJe.
Playback is not authorized
in the region of the DVD-Video
disc which you inserted in the unit.
Insert the DVD-Video
region codes I orALL
The current selected parental
levd in the SETUP Menu
prohibits playback.
Check the 'Parental Lock" setffng
(pages 92-93),
The recording function encountered
the copy prohibited program,
You cannot record copy prohibited
programs.
You are trying to record the copyonce program onto the DVD-RW
disc inVideo mode.
Set "DVD-RW
to "VR mode"
You are trying to record onto the
disc which is unrecordable, or the
disc status is unable to record.
Insert the recordable disc, and
ensure the disc status is satisfied
with recording (pages 26-42).
You are trying to record the copyonce program onto the DVD-RW
disc which is not compatible with
CPRM.
Insert the DVD-RW' disc
(ven I, I compatible with CPRH).
You are trying to record on to the
protected disc which is set in the
Disc Setting Menu.
Release the disc protect setting
in the Disc Setting menu (page 42).
]
-- Please eject the disc,--
I
to
I
and not
Insert the standardized disc which
bear the marks on page 43.
disc with
Recording Format"
(page 28),
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i
Others
You can watch the TV programs with the tuner of the
unit. (UsuaHHychanneH 3 or 4 of the TV is avatabHefor
the RF converter setting.) Be sure to connect the
unit to aTV using the RF cabHe.Refer to page H3.
1
Select channem 3 on yourTW
, Be sure that the unit is in DVD mode.
2
PressV[DEO/TV
trois
button
on the remote
con-
, If noise appears, change the RF output channeH of
the unit to CH 4 by pressingViDEO/TV
button for
3 seconds.The RF output channeH wiHHaHternate
between CH3 and CH4 as follows.
_HJ
JKL
MNO
CO O) C0P
III
IIIY
I_
III
for more than
3 seconds
_V3
seconds
(RF ON) 121-t4
3 seconds
(RFON) CH3
3 seconds
(RFON) CH4
3 seconds
. Changing the RF output channeH is available only
when the unit is in DVD mode.
100
Others
)>
,i,i,il,
......
(Alan) Oromo
Abkhazian
6159
Hindi
5455
Russian
6467
4748
Hungarian
5467
Samoan
6559
Afar
4747
Icelandic
5565
Sangho
6553
Afrikaans
4752
Indonesian
5560
Sanskrit
6547
Albanian
6563
Interlingua
5547
Scots Gaelic
5350
Amharic
4759
Interlingue
5551
Serbian
6564
Arabic
4764
Inupiak
5557
Serbo-Croatian
6554
Armenian
5471
Irish
5347
Sesotho
6566
Assamese
4765
Italian
5566
Setswana
6660
Aymara
4771
Japanese
5647
Shona
6560
Azerbaijani
4772
Javanese
5669
Sindhi
6550
Bashkir
4847
Kannada
5760
Singhalese
6555
Basque
5167
Kashmiri
5765
Siswat
6565
Bengali;Bangla
Bhutani
4860
Kazakh
5757
Slovak
6557
5072
Kinyarwanda
6469
SIovenian
6558
Bihari
4854
Kirghiz
5771
Somali
6561
Bislama
4855
Kirundi
6460
Spanish
5165
Breton
4864
Korean
5761
Sundanese
6567
Bulgarian
Burmese
4853
Kurdish
5767
Swahili
6569
5971
Laothian
5861
Swedish
6568
Byelorussian
4851
Latin
5847
Tagalog
6658
Cambodian
5759
Latvian; Lettish
5868
Tajik
6653
Catalan
4947
Chinese
7254
Lingala
Lithuanian
5860
5866
Tamil
Tatar
6647
6666
Corsican
4961
Macedonian
5957
Telugu
665 I
Croatian
5464
Malagasy
5953
Thai
6654
Czech
4965
Malay
5965
Tibetan
4861
Danish
5047
Malayalam
5958
Tigrinya
6655
Dutch
6058
Maltese
5966
Tonga
666 I
English
5160
Maori
5955
Tsonga
6665
Esperanto
Estonian
5161
Marathi
5964
Turkish
6664
5166
Moldavian
5961
Turkmen
6657
Faroese
5261
Mongolian
5960
Twi
6669
Fi[i
Finnish
5256
Nauru
6047
Ukrainian
6757
5255
Nepali
6051
Urdu
6764
French
5264
Norwegian
6061
Uzbek
6772
Frisian
5271
Occitan
6149
Vietnamese
6855
Galician
5358
Oriya
6164
Volapuk
6861
Georgian
5747
Panjabi
6247
Welsh
497 I
German
5051
Pashto; Pushto
6265
Wolof
6961
Greek
5158
Persian
5247
Xhosa
7054
Greenlandic
5758
Polish
6258
Yiddish
5655
Guarani
5360
Portuguese
6266
Yoruba
7161
Gujarati
Hausa
5367
Quechua
6367
Zulu
7267
5447
Rhaeto-Romance
6459
Hebrew
5569
Romanian
6461
Others
Analog
Digital
audio
An electrical
signal that
represents
sound.
directly
Compare
to digital
audio
electrical
signal, but is an indirect
representation
Digital
which
this
can be an
of sound. See also
audio.
Aspect
ratio
The width
of aTV
screen
to its height.
Conventional
4:3 (in other
words,
almost
relative
TVs are
the screen
square);widescreen
is
as wide
as it is high).
Chapter
Just as a book
is split up into sev-
eral
chapters,
a title
disc
is usually
divided
ters.
See also Tide.
Component
on
a DVD
into
An indirect representation of
sound by numbers. During recording, the sound is measured at discrete intervals (44, 100 times a
second for CD audio) by an analog-to-digital converter, generating
a stream of numbers. On playback,
a digital-to-analog converter generates an analog signal based on
these numbers. See also Sampling
frequency and Analog audio.
Dolby Digital
The system to compress digital
sound developed by Dolby
Laboratories. It offers you sound
of stereo(2ch) or multi-channel
audio (up to 5.1ch).
chap-
MP3 (MPEG
video output
Each signal of luminance(Y) and
component(PB/CB, P_CR) is independent to output so that you can
experience picture color as it is.
Also, due to compatibility with
progressive video (525p/480p), you
can experience higher-density picture than that in interlace
(525i/480i).
CPRM
(Content
Protection
Recordable
Media)
Playlist
models
are 16:9 (the screen is almost
twice
audio
for
CPRM is a copy protection system with scramble system regarding the recording of"copy-once"
broadcast programs (e.g. some
satellite broadcasts).
Audio
Layer 3)
From this list you can play contents of a disc as your desired
order or in sequence.Also it is
allowed to search a specific scene
directly.
Regions
code
Regions associate discs and players with particular areas of the
world.This unit will only play discs
that have compatible region
codes.You can find the region
code of your unit by looking on
the rear panel. Some discs are
compatible with more than one
region (or all regions).
Sampling
frequency
The rate which sound is measured
Finalize
by a specified interval to turn into
digital audio data.The numbers of
sampling in one second defines as
sampling frequency.The higher the
rate, the better the sound quality
as possible as it is.
To make DVD discs, which have
SAP
been recorded on, possible to play
in DVD players.With this unit, it is
possible to finalize DVD-R/DVDRW discs.
(Secondary
MP3 is a method of compressing
files.You can copy MP3 files on
CD-R/RW discs from the computer and play the files on this unit.
(Pulse Code
Modulation)
The most common
system of
encoding digital audio, found on
CDs and DAT. Excellent quality,
but requires a lot of data compared to formats such as Dolby
Digital and MPEG audio. For compatibility with digital audio
Program)
ered separately from main-audio
channel.This audio channel is used
as an alternate
casting.
PCM
Audio
Sub-audio channel which is deliv-
S-Video
in bilingual broad-
output
It delivers independently each signal of color(C) and luminance(Y)
to TV as video signals, so that
higher-quality picture will be
gained.
Title
(DVD
only)
recorders (CD, MD and DAT) and
AV amplifiers with digital inputs,
this unit can convert Dolby Digital
and MPEG audio to PCM. See also
A collection of chapters on DVD
disc. See also chapter.
Digital audio.
Audio CDs use tracks to divide
Track
up the content of a disc.The DVD
equivalent is called a chapter. See
also Chapter.
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Others
[_1
DVD-Video,
System
VCR video
Power
requirements
AC120V,
Power
consumption
37W
Weight
(width
x height
x depth)
Cassette
Tape
60 Hz
(standby: 4,3 W)
Receivable
VHF
UHF
CATV
17 I/8"x
3 15/16" x 10 I/4" (43S x 100 x 261 mm)
41F ° to 104F ° (S°C to 40°C)
temperature
S% to 8S% (no condensation)
Operating humidity
TV format
NTSC
channels
2-13ch
14-69ch
C I -CI 2Sch
RF Converter
Converter
CD,Video
9.5 Ibs ( 4.3 kg)
Dimensions
Operating
DVD-R/RW, Audio
Four heads
heads
Built-inVHF
output
VHF channel
converter
3 or 4
i
Note:
The specifications
and design of this product
are subject to change without
notice.
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103
Espafiol
Estas instrucciones
Nota:
AsegQrese
le ayudarin
a entender
que las pilas est_n en el mando
ficilmente
c6mo
grabar
discos
a distancia
y que ha coneccado
.....
DVD.
correctamence
esta unidad y el TV.
2:c0109ue
u.n.d!.s.c0,
e.n.
Mando
Hay varias tipos de discos DVD grabables a su
elecci6n. Elija el tipo segQn "Tipos de disco DVD"
en esta pigina.
Este grabador de DVD puede grabar en los siguientes tipos de disco•
a distancia
Para abrir
Para
encender
oVo
R
R4.7
RW
Por ejemplo, cuando desea grabar repetidamente
en el mismo disco o cuando desea editar el disco
despues de grabar, seleccione el disco de tipo
regrabable DVD -RW.
Cuando desea guardar grabaciones sin alterarlos,
un DVD no regrabable DVD-R puede ser mils
conveniente.
Ti
os de disco DVD
Formato
llll_L_eellleellleeellleellleeellleeolleeellleeelleeellleeellleellleeellleel°
• "_'_ "_ : N_s adecuado
"_'_
: Puede utJlJzar
"_ : Aigunas funcionesson limiudas
I'_
: No puede utJlJzar
lm*rm_] lm*rm_m_lIlm*rmmll
Volver
a utilizar
borrando
partes
no deseadas
Editar las grabaciones
Editar/gl_bar
de equipos
conectados
"_'_"
"_"
_'_'_"
_"
_'_"_1"
_"_1"_
"
_1"_1_'_ "
Copiar discos para distrJbucJ6n
,_.#1
_,_..#
"_'_r'_"
Reproducir en otro equipo de DVD
._._1
.#._.._.
"#'_"A"
Grabaci6n
igegrabable?
Si
Si
(auto.)
Si
Si
Si
Puede cpear capitulos donde desee (manual)
Si
No
No
Puede
Si
Si
Si
Si
No
No
Puede
cl_ar
grabar
capitulos
a intervalos
imfigenes
fijos
de tamaffo
Puede gl_bar un prog_ma
16:9
de Copia-una-vez
No
Edici6n
Puede
hater
funciones
de edici6n
b_sica
Puedehater funci0nes
deedici6navanz_d_
(edici6ndelistaarepr0ducir)
*1 El DVD-RW
en equipos
(modoVR)
de DV
s61o puede peproducirse
compatibles
con VR.
Si
Si
Si
Si
No
No
Nota:
Para m_s detalles
sobre las funciones
anteriores
y las
limitaciones implicitas, lea lasexplicaciones eneste manual
104
del disco
.le_leelle_leelleeleelleeleel.
Coloque el disco en el
grabador. Haga el formato del
disco del men_ SETUP,existen los formatos de video
(modo deVideo) o de
grabaci6n de video (modo
VR) seg_n el tipo de disco
colocado. Esto es necesario
para preparar el disco para
grabaci6n.Vea los detalles en
las pfiginas 28-30.
<(
Espafiol
_>
r
Paso 3: Seleccione
velocidad
la
Paso 4: Seleccione
de
Paso
5: Grabe
discos
el canal
DVD
deseado
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modo
DVD
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el
TW
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TUV
Para seleccionar la
velocidad de grabaci6n
e!.
Puede seleccionar el dtulo que desea reproducir de un menu indicado y empiece
a reproducir inmediar_mente. Las grabaciones pueden verse f_cilmente en un
disco, el procedimiento es simple ya que
s61o tiene que elegir el titulo en un capi- Iniciodegrab.
Parada/inicio Paradagrab.
tulo de la panr_lla del menu.
_Qu_
son titulos
Paso 6: Pare la
............. rabacion
..........!...
y capitulos?
La grabaciones del disco DVD se dividen generalmente en dtulos. Los dtulos
pueden subdividirse en capitulos.
[ Titulo
I
[ [ Titulo
2
[
i Capitu[o li Capitulo 21Capitu[o 31 i Capitulo l i Capitulo 21
Su
erencia
2: Edite
el disco
rabado
La edici6n de discos puede ser muy f_cil y el grabador de DVD ofrece conveniences funciones de edici6n posibles s61o con los DVD-R/RW.
Puede
editar
Io siguiente
de la lista de titulos.
• Poniendo nombres en titulos
• Seleccionando
im_genes para indices (modoVR)
• Seleccionando/borrando
marcadores
de capitulos
• Borrando
partes de titulos (modoVR)
Original
y Playlist
(modoVR)
Puede edi_r las grabaciones en la lista a reproducir sin cambiar las grabaciones
originales. Cualquier lista a reproducir no ocupa mucho espacio en el disco,
_Qu_
significa
"Original"
o "Playlist"?
A Io largo de este manual encontrar_ Original y Playlist que se refieren a las
grabaciones reales y la versibn edi_ada.
• La grabacibn Original
se refiere a la grabacibn real en el disco.
• El Playlist se refiere a la versibn editada del disco; cbmo se va a reproducir
la versibn Original.
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Espafiol
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3
Presione el bot6n POWER
el mando a distancia
o el
en
panel frontal de la unidad.
Cuando reproduzca una cinta,
conecte
el TV
seleccionar
y aseg_rese
la entrada
donde
Durante la reproducci6n,
presione el bot6n PAUSE II.
Se har_ una pausa de reproducci6n y se silenciar_ el sonido.
1
i
se
4
conecta la unidad.
Presione
Presione:
para continuar
ci6n.
PLAY I_
2
la reproduc-
4
el bot6n
ABC
PORS
TUV
QQO_
SPACE
Q
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de
.@/:
REC/OTR SETUP
DEF
WXYZ VEDEOnV
SLO_
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2
Coloque una cinta pregrabaday presione el bot6n PLAY
I_ para empezar
ci6n.
la reproduc-
5
Presione el bot6n STOP •
para detener la reproducci6n.
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Presione
el bot6n
STOP/EJECT
• _ en el panel
frontal de la unidad para
expulsar
la cinta.
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• Nora
sin la lengLieta de grabaci6n, la
unidad empezar_ a reproducir
autom_ticamente.
• El seguimiento se ajustar_
autom_ticamente para la
reproducci6n. Para ajustar
manualmente el seguimiento,
presione los botones CHANNEL A/V en el panel frontal
de la unidad o los botones
CHA/CHV
en el mando a
distancia.
Espafiol
Grabaci6n
pars
Primer•:
Antes de grabar, asegQrese de que:
• Se seleccion6 el canal deseado
presionando los botones numericos en el mando a distancia o
botones CHANNEL A/V en el
panel frontal de la unidad.
• Hay una cinta con la lengieta
para grabaci6n intacta en la
unidad.
• Se seleccion6 la velocidad de
grabaci6n deseada en SP (reproducci6n est_ndar) o SLP (reproducci6n de super larga duraci6n)
presionando el bot6n REC
SPEED en el mando a distancia.
Velocidad
|
Presione
el bot6n
el bot6n PAUSE II. Despues de
que la unidad haya estado en el
modo de pausa durante 5 minutos, se detendr_ autom_dcamente
o
SAR
Para evitar
contra
sere grabado,
rompa
de grabaci6n,
la lengieta
Para volver a grabar posterior:
mente, cubra el orificio
con
cinta adhesiva,
2) En la caja de cable o caja
de satelite, seleccione el canal
que desea vet.
Si se conect6 la unidad a una
la
caja de cable o caja de satelite,
consulte la secci6n de
accidental
"Conexi6n a una caja de cable
o caja de satelite" en la p_gina
14.
• Si se termina el OTR en la
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LengLieta de
grabaci6n
videograbadora durante el
modo de reproducci6n o REC
en DVD, la videograbadora
estar_ en el modo STOP y la
DVD se mandene en el modo
,
Grabaci6n
con temporizador
Es_ funci6n permite seleccionar
la Iongitud de la grabaci6n simplemente presionando el bot6n
REC/OTR en el mando a distancia
o en el panel frontal de la unidad.
Primer•:
1
Durante la grabaci6n normal,
presione el bot6n REC/OTR
para empezar
la grabaci6n
con temporizador
de un
toque.
Puede seleccionar un tiempo de
grabaci6n determinado presionando repetidamente el bot6n
REC/OTR.
E_TE_
graba en otro
I) IHientras est_ grabando en
la unidad, presione el bot6n
VIDEO/OTR.
por
accident ........
T_M__
• Nora
STOP
borrado
una g_abaci6n
_U_
m
_ECMONITOt
2
Prevenci6n
Estereo
SLOW
Q
DW
REC/OT# _TVP
I
para proteger al cinta y el cabezal
de video contra cambios.
el bot6n
VCR
REC/OTR
para empezar
la grabaci6n.
Para detener temporalmente
la
grabaci6n o condnuarla, presione
cuando se complete
grabaci6n.
• Se selecciona
w_onv
Q
DE_
Presione
de grabaci6n:
wxvz
SPACE
actual.
de un toque
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_EC_PEEDAUDIO O_E_CLOS_
.@/:
Cuando termina la grabacibn con
temporizador
de un toque, la
unidad se desconectar_ autom_ti-
ABC
P_S
_UV
DEF
WXYZ W_OnV
S_AC_
SLOW
camente.
Para cancelar la grabaci6n con
temporizador
de un toque dentro
del tiempo especificado, presione
el bot6n STOP II
REC/OT#
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