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Daewoo DRHT-630 Owner`s manual
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DVB-T HDD/DVD RECORDER
DRHT-630
HELPLINE NUMBER
0870 100 2525
P/N:97P95600P0-64
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Safety Instructions
INTRODUCTION
Please keep the product’s guarantee sheet and receipt in a safe place.
Precautions
• Read this booklet carefully.
• Make sure the rating of your household electricity supply matches that
shown on the back of your product.
• Read this page and chapter ‘Setting up your product’ to help you set up
and adjust your product correctly.
• Do not put the product in a hot or humid place.
• Do not open the product. Get a qualified technician to carry out any
repairs.
• Do not connect the product to the power supply if you have just moved
it from a cold environment to a warm room. This can lead to
condensation inside the product, which can damage it. Wait for approx.
2 hrs for it to reach room temperature.
• Make sure the product is placed at least 10 cm apart from other home
appliances or obstacles to ensure sufficient ventilation.
• The product should not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases should be placed on top of the
product.
• Before a storm and/or lightning, unplug the product from the mains
supply and aerial.
• Put the product on a steady flat surface.
• Only clean the product with a soft, lint-free cloth. Do not use harsh or
alcohol- based cleaning agents.
For your own Safety
• There are no components in this product you can service or repair
yourself.
• Do not open the case of the product. Only allow a qualified engineer to
repair or service your product.
• This product is designed to work continuously. Switching it off (stand-by
mode) does not disconnect it from the mains. To disconnect it from the
mains you have to unplug it.
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Important Safeguards
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR
BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
‘dangerous voltage‘ within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude
to constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and servicing
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
CAUTION
CAUTION
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO
WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Any changes or modification in
construction of this device which
are not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
• Make sure the unit should be placed at least
10 cm apart from the other home appliances
or the obstacles to get sufficient ventilation.
• This unit shall not be exposed to dripping or
splashing and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, shall be placed on this unit.
• Switching it off does not disconnect it from the
mains (stand-by). To disconnect it from the
mains, you have to unplug it.
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IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
LASER
This Digital Video Disc Recorder
employs a Laser System. To ensure
proper use of this product please read
this owner’s manual carefully and
retain for future reference. Should the
unit require maintenance, contact an
authorised service location - see
service procedure.
Use of control adjustments or the
performance of procedures other than
those specified may result in
hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to the laser
beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation when open and
interlocks defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO THE BEAM.
DANGER Visible laser radiation when open and
interlock failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION Do not open the top cover. There are
no user serviceable parts inside the
Unit; leave all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
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Important Safeguards
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READ INSTRUCTIONS
All the safety and operating instructions should
be read before the unit is operated.
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RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
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HEED WARNINGS
All warnings on the unit and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
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FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
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CLEANING
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
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ATTACHMENTS
Do not use attachments unless recommended by
the unit’s manufacturer as they may cause
hazards.
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WATER AND MOISTURE
Do not use this unit near water- for example, near
a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
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ACCESSORIES
Do not place this unit on an unstable, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall,
causing serious injury to a child or adult as well
as serious damage to the unit. Use this unit only
with a cart, stand , tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer.
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VENTILATION
Slots and openings in the case are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the unit
and to protect it from overheating. These
openings must not be blocked or covered. These
openings must not be blocked by placing the unit
on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This
unit should never be placed near or over a
radiator or heat radiator. This unit should not be
placed in a built-in installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is
provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have
been adhered to.
10 POWER SOURCES
This unit should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply to
your home, consult your dealer or local power
company. For units intended to operate from
battery power, or other sources, refer to the
operating instructions.
11 POWER-CORD PROTECTION
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they
are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, mains sockets, and
the point where they exit from the unit. The
mains plug is used as the disconnect device, the
disconnect device shall remain readily operable.
12 LIGHTNING
For added protection for this unit during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and
unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or
cable system. This will prevent damage to the
unit due to lightning and power line surges.
13 DISC TRAY
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc as it is
closing. It may cause serious personal injury.
14 OVERLOADING
Do not overload wall outlets of extension cords
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
15 OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY
Never push objects of any kind into this unit
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or ‘short-out’ parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid
of any kind on the unit.
16 BURDEN
Do not place a heavy object on or step on the
product. The object may fall, causing serious
personal injury and serious damage to the
product.
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INTRODUCTION
This set has been designed and manufactured to
assure personal safety. Improper use can result in
electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards
incorporated in this unit will protect you if you
observe the following procedures for installation, use
and servicing. This unit is fully transistorised and does
not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user.
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Important Safeguards
17 DISC
Do not use a cracked, deformed or repaired
disc. These discs are easily broken and may
cause serious personal injury and product
malfunction.
18 SERVICING
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
19 DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions.
A. When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the unit.
C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or
water.
D. If the unit does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore
the unit to its normal operation.
E. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet
has been damaged.
F. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
20 REPLACEMENT PARTS
When replacement parts are required, have the
service technician verify that the replacements
he uses have the same safety characteristics as
the original parts. Use of replacements
specified by the unit manufacturer can prevent
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
21 SAFETY CHECK
Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this unit, ask the service technician to perform
safety checks recommended by the
manufacturer to determine that the unit is in
safe operating condition.
22 WALL OR CEILING MOUNTING
The product should be mounted to a wall or
ceiling only as recommended by the
manufacturer.
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23 HEAT
The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers)
that produce heat.
24 SAFE BATTERY USAGE
To prevent battery electrolyte leakage, which
may result in injury and damage to the unit or
other objects, observe the following
precautions;
A. All batteries must be installed with the
proper polarity.
B. Do not mix new with old or used batteries.
C. Only use batteries of the same type and
brand.
D. Remove the batteries when they are not to
be used for a long period time.
E. When the batteries have become
discharged, they must be disposed of in a
safe manner which complies with all
applicable laws.
25 WEEE (Waste of electrical and electronic
equipment)
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its
accessory or packaging indicates that this product
shall not be treated as
household waste. Please,
dispose of this equipment at
your applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical &
electronic equipments waste. In
the European Union and Other
European countries which there
are separate collection systems for used electrical
and electronic product. By ensuring the correct
disposal of this product, you will help prevent
potential hazards to the environment and to
human health, which could otherwise be caused
by unsuitable waste handling of this product. The
recycling of materials will help conserve natural
resources. Please do not therefore dispose of your
old electrical and electronic equipment with your
household waste. For more detailed information
about recycling of this product, please contact
your local city office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
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Table of Contents
Recording
Safety Instructions ____________________________1
Important Safeguards _________________________2
Table of Contents ______________________________5
Introduction____________________________________6
Overview Features ____________________________7
Identification of Controls ______________________11
Basic Recording________________________________46
Connections
Connecting Antenna/Cable ____________________16
Connecting a TV _______________________________16
Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver _____________18
Connecting Optional Equipment ______________19
Connecting a Digital Camcorder ______________19
Setup
Initial Installation ______________________________20
Guide to Digital Service________________________21
Information Service____________________________23
Setup menu____________________________________24
Setup Menu Overview
Menu Navigation
INSTALLATION Settings
RECORDING OPTIONS Settings
LANGUAGES Settings
Preferences Settings
Parental Settings
System Information
Update/ Restore
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24
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28
29
31
35
36
Recording to DVD or HDD
One Touch Record (OTR)
To Pause the Recording
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Timer Recording _______________________________47
Timer Recording using Manual Record
Screen
47
Canceling a Timer Recording
48
Stopping a Timer Recording in
Progress
48
Timer Recording using the EPG
application
48
Canceling a Timer Recording (EPG) 49
Stopping a Timer Recording in
Progress
49
Timer Recording Troubleshooting
49
Recording from an External Input _____________50
Editing
Dubbing _______________________________________51
Media Files Copying ___________________________53
HDD Playback and Editing_____________________54
Disc Playback and Editing _____________________59
Disc Media Operation__________________________61
Reference
Troubleshooting _______________________________64
Technical Specifications ________________________66
Warranty Card ________________________________67
On-Screen Display Overview __________________37
Playback
DVD Playback _________________________________39
Playing a Picture or Music files _______________41
DivX Playback (HDD Media, DVD, USB)
Audio CD Playback
MP3 Playback
JPEG Playback
Playing MP3 files during a slide show
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Time Shifting & Saving ________________________44
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INTRODUCTION
Introduction
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the DVB-T HDD/DVD recorder.
Equipped with the latest technology and design, the DRHT-630 is a set-top box ideal for digital terrestrial
broadcast reception.
The simple installation and operation, user-friendly tree structured OSD, Digital audio output that’s Dolby
Digital ready, and advanced video clarity made for TV that’s designed to enrich the viewer experience.
Outstanding stability and comfort are its built-in features.
In addition to delivering more channels with its new highly sensitive tuner, DRHT-630 boasts the Electronic
Program Guide (EPG), for even better program information on all channels, and information that enables access
to subtitles and teletext for a bounty of useful information on programs and broadcast signals. As a HDD/DVD
Recorder, our product supports ‘dual media’ recording allowing DVD+RW format recording (+VR) on either DVDR, DVD-RW, DVD+R or DVD+RW media.
This system gives flexibility for the consumer to use any of the above media formats for recording in the same
system.
With the latest software, viewers are always sure to enjoy endless hours of extraordinary digital broadcasts
and an abundance of data.
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Overview Features
MPEG-2 Digital & Fully DVB-T Compliant
Interactivity & Digital Teletext (MHEG 5)
• Allows a split screen combination of your
programme plus live text news & sport information.
User-friendly EPG (8 days capability)
• Extended information shows the full program
information
• Channel Search with Category or Keyword
Parental control with block on system, all channels
Simple, easy video editing
• Rename programs, Delete programs, Split programs,
Segment programs
• Identify and keep the desired video and remove the
parts you do not need.
DVD Playback
DVD, VCD, SVCD, MPEG file video, MPEG-1 Layer
2, MP3, CD stereo audio, Dolby Digital & DTS
digital audio output.
and programs by age limitation
Multiple Connectivity to Hi-Fi or Home Theatre
Channel list mode in both all and favourite groups
Channel sorting by Channel Number
Video format in 4:3 or 16:9
Supports audio language selection in SETUP
Which discs you can use
The following discs can be used in your
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder:
Playback and recording
DVD+RW (Digital Versatile Disc + ReWritable)
Time Shifting
: Simultaneous video recording and playback
• Pause and resume the live TV broadcast. Issue trick
mode commands like fast forward, fast rewind,
jump and instant replay
• Play a previously recorded program while another
program is being simultaneously recorded
DVD+R (Digital Versatile Disc + Write-Once)
Program Recording
: Recording from TV tuner or AV input
• Automatically set up timer recording using EPG
• Manually set up timer recording for a TV program
or a recurring TV program
• Timer setting supports automatic Turn-On and Off
daily or weekly
Playback only
Personal video copying by external input
• DV camcorder tapes
• VCR tapes
High-speed dubbing
• Select program(s) from HDD and copy them to
DVD. Also copy from DVD to HDD (Available with
+VR Format, JPEG, MP3, DivX)
• Watch a TV program while high-speed dubbing is
in progress
DVD-R (DVD-Recordable) / DVD-RW (DVDRewritable): Recording with +VR Format (Dual
media support).
These discs can only be played back in other DVD
players or recorders if the recording was made in
‘Video mode‘ and the recording was finalised.
DVD Video (Digital Versatile Disc)
Audio CD (Compact Disc Digital Audio)
CD-R (CD recordable) Audio and MP3 files
CD-RW (CD rewritable) Audio and MP3 files
VCD, SVCD
Not all recordable CDs may be played by your
player.
About Symbols
About the
Symbol
‘ ‘ may appear on the TV screen during operation.
This icon means the function explained in this
User's Guide is not available on that specific disc.
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Overview
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Overview Features
Regional code
Track (Audio CD only)
If the region number on your DVD disc does not
correspond to the region number of this player, the
disc cannot be played.
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ALL
Dual Media
Supporting Disc
±RW / ±R
Recording Format
±Disc + VR format
Finalise required for -RW, -R, +R
Compatibility with other Players
All discs compatible after
finalising
Consumer
Does not need selection
(recording format)
Remark :
DRHT-630 DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder supports ‘dual
media’ recording allowing DVD+RW format
recording (+VR) on either DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R
or DVD+RW media. Any editing feature that is
available with the +RW logical format is available
on any of the media types. This system allows the
flexibility for the consumer to use any of the above
media formats for recording in the same system.
Since the +VR format is DVD-Video compatible, the
consumer can take any disk recorded on this
platform and should be capable of playing it back on
the majority of DVD players on the market.
Disc-related Terms
Title (DVD only)
The main film, accompanying feature content, or
music album. Each title is assigned a title reference
number enabling you to locate it easily.
Chapter (DVD only)
Sections of a movie or a musical piece that are
smaller than titles. A title is composed of one or
several chapters. Each chapter is assigned a
number to enable you to easily locate the chapter
you want. Depending on the disc, chapters may not
be labeled.
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Sections of a musical piece on an audio CD. Each
track is assigned a number, enabling you to easily
locate the track you want.
DVD, DVD+R, DVD+RW?
What is a DVD?
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) is a storage medium
that combines the convenience of the compact disc
with the latest digital video technology. DVD video
uses modern MPEG2 data compression technology
that enables an entire feature film to be stored on a
single five inch disc.
How good is the resolution of DVD compared with
VHS?
The razor-sharp digital images have more than 500
lines of resolution at 720 pixels per line. This is
more than twice as high as VHS and even better
than laser disc quality. DVD picture quality is easily
comparable to the digital masters produced in
recording studios.
What is a DVD+RW?
DVD+ReWritable uses ‘phase change‘ media, the
same technology on which rewritable CDs are based.
A high-performance laser is used to change the
reflective properties of the recording layer; this
process can be repeated more than a thousand times.
What is a DVD+R?
Unlike a DVD+RW disc, a DVD+R (write-once DVD)
can only be written to once. If it is not finalised
after a recording, further recordings can be added to
it. Old recordings can be deleted but they can no
longer be overwritten. The deleted recordings
(titles) are marked 'deleted title'.
Before a DVD+R can be played in a DVD player, it
must be finalised in the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
Once this process is complete, no further recordings
can be added.
What can I do with my DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder?
Your DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is a machine for
recording and playing back digital video discs with
‘two-way‘ compatibility with the universal DVD
video standard. This means:
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Overview Features
• recordings made on your DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder can be played on other DVD video
players and DVD-ROM drives.
What is DV?
Using DV, also known as i.LINK, you can connect a
DV-equipped camcorder to the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder using a single DV cable for input and
output of audio, video, data and control signals.
The i.LINK interface is also known as IEEE 13941995.
‘i.LINK’ and the ‘i.LINK’ logo are trademarks.
• The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is only
compatible with DV-format (DVC-SD)
camcorders. Digital satellite tuners and Digital
VHS video recorders are not compatible.
• You cannot connect more than one DV
camcorder at a time to the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder.
• It may not always be possible to control the
connected camcorder via the DV IN jack.
• Audio input to the DV IN jack should be 32 or
48kHz (not 44.1kHz).
• Picture disturbance on the recording may occur
if the source component pauses playback or
plays an unrecorded section of tape, or if the
power fails in the source component, or if the
DV cable becomes disconnected.
About DVD Recording
Notes on Recording
• The recording times shown are not exact
because the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder uses
variable bit-rate video compression. This means
that the exact recording time will depend on
the material being recorded.
• When recording a TV broadcast, if the
reception is poor or the picture contains
interference, the recording times may be
shorter.
• Discs recorded at high speeds (equal to or
greater than 2X) may not be recognized.
• If you record still pictures or audio only, the
recording time may be longer.
• The displayed times for recording and time
remaining may not always add up to the exact
length of the disc.
• The available recording time may decrease if
you heavily edit a disc.
• When using a DVD+R disc, you can keep
recording until the disc is full, or until you
finalise the disc. Before you start a recording
session, check the amount of recording time
left on the disc.
Recording TV Audio Channels
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can record channel
audio. For analogue TV broadcasts, this usually
means mono or stereo, but digital TV programs are
broadcasted in multi-lingual audio channel. You can
record multiple channel audio.
Restrictions on Video Recording
• You cannot record copy-protected video using
this DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder. Copy-protected
video includes DVD-Video discs and some
satellite broadcasts. If copy-protected material
is encountered during a recording, recording
will pause or stop automatically and an error
message will be displayed on-screen.
Copyright Notice
• Audio and video recordings you make using the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder are for your
personal use only. You may not sell, lend, or
rent them to other people.
• This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by method claims
of certain U.S.patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision
Corporation and other rights owners. Use of
this copyright protection technology must be
authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is
intended for home and other limited viewing
uses only unless otherwise authorized by
Macrovision corporation. Reverse engineering
or disassembly is prohibited.
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INTRODUCTION
• existing DVD video discs can be played on the
recorder.
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Overview Features
Precautions
Handling the Unit
Caution
When shipping the unit
The original shipping carton and packing
materials will come in handy. For maximum
protection, re-pack the unit as it was originally
packaged at the factory.
When setting up the unit
The picture and sound of a nearby TV, VCR, or
radio may be distorted during playback. In this
case, position the unit away from the TV, VCR,
or radio, or turn off the unit after removing the
disc.
To keep the surface clean
Do not use volatile liquids, such as insecticide
spray, near the unit. Do not leave rubber or
plastic products in contact with the unit for a
long period of time. They will leave marks on
the surface.
Do not mix old and new batteries. Never mix
different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, etc.).
Cleaning the Unit
To clean the cabinet
Use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are
extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly
moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do
not use strong solvents such as alcohol,
benzine, or thinners, as these might damage
the surface of the unit.
To obtain a clear picture
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is a high-tech,
precision device. If the optical pick-up lens and
disc drive parts are dirty or worn, the picture
quality will be poor. Regular inspection and
maintenance are recommended after every
1,000 hours of use. (This depends on the
operating environment.) For details, please
contact your nearest dealer.
Remote Control Operation Range
Point the remote control at the remote sensor and
press the buttons.
Distance: Within 23 ft (7 m) of the remote sensor.
Angle: Within 30° in each direction of the remote
sensor.
Remote Control Battery Installation
Detach the battery cover on
the rear of the remote control,
and insert two AAA batteries.
Make sure the polarities (+ and
-) are aligned correctly.
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Notes on Discs
Handling Discs
Do not touch the
playback side of the
disc. Hold the disc by
the edges so that
fingerprints will not get on the surface. Do not stick
paper or tape on the disc.
Storing Discs
After playing, store the disc in its case.
Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or sources
of heat, or leave it in a parked car exposed to direct
sunlight, as there may be a considerable
temperature increase inside the car, which could
distort the disc.
Cleaning Discs
Fingerprints and dust on the disc can cause poor
picture quality and sound distortion. Before playing,
clean the disc with a clean cloth. Wipe the disc
from the centre outward.
Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzine,
thinners, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray
intended for
older vinyl
records.
Yes
No
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Identification of Controls
INTRODUCTION
Front Panel
!
( ) 1
@ #$ % ^ &
2
3 4
! Disc Tray (DVD deck)
Insert a disc here.
5
*
6
@ OPEN/CLOSE (DVD)
Opens or closes the disc tray.
3 USB Input
Connects to the USB output of an external
source (USB device such as a USB memory
stick).
# PLAY/PAUSE (OK)
Starts playback of a disc. Pauses playback or
recording temporarily.
4 DV Input
Connects to the DV output of an external
source (VCR, Camcorder, etc.).
$ STOP
Stops playback.
5 Front AV Input (VIDEO, L-AUDIO-R)
Connects to the audio/video output of an
external source (VCR, Camcorder, etc.).
% PREV/REW
Skips to previous chapter. Searches backward.
^ NEXT/FF
Skips to next chapter. Searches forward.
& STANDBY/ON
Turns the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder on and off.
6 S-VIDEO Input
Connects to the S-Video output of an external
source (VCR, Camcorder, etc.).
You have to select ‘S-video’ at the Front AV
input selection menu in the Setup menu in
order to use Front S-video input.
* Front Panel Display
Shows the current status of the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
( REC
Starts recording. Press repeatedly to set the
recording time.
) DVD/HDD Record MODE
DVD/HDD Record Mode selection.
1 MENU
Accesses media browser or return to previous
menu.
2 CH+/– (…
…/†
†)
Scans up or down through memorized channels.
Also moves up and down in menus.
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Identification of Controls
Front Panel Display
DVD Record mode
HDD Record mode
HDD/DVD Recorder is
recording.
Disc is loaded
Timer Recording is set
FRONT DISPLAY MESSAGE:Indicates
clock, channel, current mode, OTR
time, etc.
Channel
801
Recording on HDD
TV Channel
Input mode
AV_1
AV1 input
AV_2
AV2 input
AV_F
Front AV input
11:15
Indicates a Timer recording on HDD
is set.
11:15
Indicates the HDD is recording.
0:30
OTR Recording mode
Others
TV
Recording on DVD
11:15
Indicates a DVD Timer recording is
set.
11:15
Indicates the DVD is recording.
0:30
OTR Recording mode
PAUS
Recording Pause mode
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Indicates the HDD/DVD Recorder is
in TV mode (set by [TV/DVD] button
and disappears in 5 seconds after
changing).
Indicates the HDD/DVD Recorder is
in HDD/DVD mode (set by [TV/DVD]
button and disappears in 5 seconds
after changing).
• The current system time is normally displayed apart from
during the following operations.
PLAY will be displayed in the playback mode. REC will display
briefly at the start of the recording. STILL during Pause. SCH+,
SCH- during Fast Forward & Review respectively. OPEN &
LOAD will display for DVD tray operation during disc loading.
COPY will display during a DUBBING operation. Channel
number (e.g. 80 ) will display briefly after channel selection.
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Identification of Controls
INTRODUCTION
Rear panel
!
&
@
#
*
$
(
! S-VIDEO OUT
Connect to a TV with an S-Video Input.
@ AUDIO OUT (L, R)
Connect to a TV or other equipment with audio
inputs.
# COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y Pb Pr)
Connect to a TV with Component Video (Y Pb
Pr) inputs.
$ Scart socket 1
For connection of a TV set. Composite-output or
RGB-output
% ANT IN
Connect to your antenna or cable TV outlet.
^ AC Power Cord
Plug into a power outlet.
%
^
)
1
& HDMI out
HDMI output providing a high quality interface
for digital audio and video.
* COAXIAL/OPTICAL (Digital Audio Out)
Connect to an amplifier with a coaxial (or
optical) digital audio input.
( Scart socket 2
Connection of an additional device (satellite
receiver, set-top box, video recorder,
camcorder, etc.)
) ANT OUT
Connect to a TV with an RF input.
1 Cooling Fan
Caution
• Do not touch the inner pins of the jacks on the
rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause
permanent damage to the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder.
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Identification of Controls
Remote Control
Turns the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder on and off.
Opens and closes the disc tray.
Switches between DVD and HDD record mode.
Shows TV Guide (EPG : Electronic Programme Guide)
- Switches the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder input to RF (Tuner), AV1, AV2,
AVF or S-VIDEO.
- Selects DV Input mode.
- Selects numbered options in menus.
- Selects TV channels.
Displays information on the disc when you press this button once.
Displays DVD navigator when you press this button twice.
Displays digital text of the programme
Accesses media browser (or title menu) or returns to previous menu.
Displays or exits the main setup menu.
Displays a full list of searched channels or favourite list.
Returns to previous menu (mode)
- œ √…† : Selects menu options.
- CH +/– : Selects channels.
- VOL +/– : Adjusts volume.
Confirms menu selections.
Displays information on the current and next programmes on the channel
RED/GREEN/YELLOW/BLUE (Colour Buttons)
: used for selecting interactive applications (Additional Option Selection)
- Starts playback.
- Pauses playback or recording temporarily. Press again to exit Pause mode.
Searches backward/forward.
Skips to the next or previous chapter/track.
Stops playback or recording.
Increases or decreases the slow motion speed when playing a DVD.
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Identification of Controls
INTRODUCTION
Starts recording. Press repeatedly to set the recording time. For more
details, Refer to One Touch Record (OTR) on page 46.
Selects Recording mode. (Approx.)
HQ (1hr), SP (2hrs), EP (4hrs), SLP (6hrs)
Repeats the current chapter, track, title or the entire disc.
Repeats playback between two points (A and B).
Enlarges the video image.
Disc Operation options
Selects an audio language (DVD), audio channel (CD) or audio type (TV).
Selects a subtitle language, if available.
Switches between Progressive Scan and Interlace Scan mode.
Displays the Timer Recording menu.
Displays a disc’s Title menu, if available.
Displays a screen in multi angles (only in multi-angle supported DVD)
Switches between TV and Radio mode.
Switches between TV and DVD mode.
Progressive Scan Mode
• If your TV supports Progressive Scan, you can view high quality video by setting the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to Progressive Scan mode. If your TV does not support
Progressive Scan, do NOT change to Progressive Scan mode.
If you do so accidentally, press [P.SCAN] to restore normal viewing.
• When video output mode is changed from RGB or Interlace to Progressive, Scart
output is not equivalent to using the correct Component video cables for component
video output.
• As component outputs have their own Jacks on the back side, change the TV input
into Component input, after connecting the component cables from the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder to the TV.
• Changing from Interlace or RGB to Progressive, should be the opposite of above.
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 THE CASE OF 576 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT THE USER SWITCH THE CONNECTION TO THE 'STANDARD DEFINITION' OUTPUT. IF THERE
ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING OUR TV SET COMPATIBILITY 'WITH THIS MODEL, PLEASE
CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE.
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Connections
• There are a variety of ways to connect the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to your TV and
other equipment. Use only one of the
connections described below. Whichever TV
connection you use will work with all input
sources.
• Please refer to the manuals for your TV, VCR,
stereo system, or other devices as necessary to
make the best connections.
• For better sound reproduction, connect the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder’s AUDIO OUT jacks
to the audio in jacks of your amplifier, receiver,
stereo, or audio/video equipment. See
‘Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver‘ on page 18.
Connecting a TV
Choose one of the following TV connections,
depending on the capabilities of your equipment.
Rear of TV
ANTENNA
INPUT
Pr
Pb
Y
Caution
• Make sure the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is
connected directly to the TV, and the TV is set
to the correct video input.
• Do not connect the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder’s AUDIO OUT jack to the phone in
jack (record deck) of your audio system.
• Do not connect the unit through a VCR. Video
signals fed through VCRs may be affected by
copyright protection systems and the picture
will be distorted on the television.
Rear of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
RF Connection
Connect the ANT OUT (TO TV) jack on the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder to the antenna in jack on your
TV using the supplied 75-ohm RF cable (R).
This set doesn’t have a modulator output. However
it still supplies the RF loopthrough Output.
Connecting Antenna/Cable
1
Disconnect the antenna/cable from the rear of
your TV.
2
Connect this cable to the jack marked ANT IN
(FROM ANT.) on the rear panel of the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
Antenna
300/75ohm Adapter
(Not supplied)
Cable TV
Wall Jack
OR
(EURO AV1) at the back of the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder and the corresponding scart socket at
the back of the TV set. (V)
2
Antenna
Flat Wire
(300ohm)
Scart Connection
1 Plug a scart cable into the scart socket TV
OR
Rear of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
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Plug a scart cable into the bottom scart socket
VCR/DVD (EURO AV2/DECODER) at the back of
the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder and the
corresponding scart socket at the back of the
Decoder.
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Connections
S-Video Connection
1 Connect the S-VIDEO OUT jack on the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder to the S-Video in jack on
your TV using an S-Video cable (S).
Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks
from the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the
left/right audio in jacks on your TV using the
audio cables.
Component Video Connection
• If your television is a high-definition or ‘digital
ready‘ television, you may take advantage of
the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder’s Progressive
Scan output for the highest video resolution
possible.
• If your TV does not accept the Progressive Scan
format, the picture will appear scrambled.
1
Connect the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks on
the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the
corresponding jacks on your TV using a Y Pb Pr
cable (C) if the component (Y, Pb, Pr) is available
on your TV.
2
Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks of
the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the left/right
audio jacks on your TV using the audio cables.
• Be sure to set the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to
Progressive Scan mode by pressing [P.SCAN].
(or changing the ‘Video Output’ in the Setup
Menu; see page 30).
HDMI connection
If you have a HDMI TV or monitor, you can connect
it to this recorder using a HDMI cable.
1
Connect the HDMI jack on the recorder to the
HDMI jack on a HDMI compatible TV or monitor
(H).
2
Set the TV’s source to HDMI (refer to TV’s
Owner’s manual).
• When you use the HDMI connection, the
audio’s sampling frequency is outputted only
with 48KHz even if you select [96KHz].
• This recorder does not perform internal (2
channel) decoding of a DTS sound track. To
enjoy DTS multi channel surround, you must
connect this recorder to a DTS compatible
•
•
•
•
About HDMI
HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) supports
both video and audio on a single digital connection for
use with DVD Players, Set-Top Boxes, and other AV
devices. HDMI was developed to provide the
technologies of HDCP (High Definition Contents
Protection). HDCP is used to protect digital content
transmitted and received.
HDMI has the capability to support standard, enhanced,
or high-definition video plus standard to multi-channel
surround-sound audio, HDMI features include
uncompressed digital video, a bandwidth of up to 5
gigabytes per second, one connector (instead of several
cables and connectors), and communication between the
AV source and AV devices such as DTVs.
HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia
Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of
HDMI licensing LLC.
Additional Information for HDMI
When you connect a HDMI or DVI compatible device
make sure of the followings:
- Try switching off the HDMI/DVI device and this
recorder. Next, switch on the HDMI/DVI device and
leave it for around 30 seconds, then switch on this
recorder.
- The connected device’s video input is set correctly for
this unit.
- The connected device is compatible with
720(1440)x576i or 720x576 progressive video input.
Not all HDCP-compatible DVI devices will work with this
recorder.
- It’s impossible to copy a copy protected DVD title in
non-HDCP device.
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2
•
receiver via one of this recorder’s digital audio
outputs.
No sound will be output from the HDMI cable if the
Digital out option is not set to ‘PCM’ on the Setup
menu (See page 31).
The arrow on the cable connector body should face
up for correct alignment with the connector on the
recorder.
If there is noise or lines on the screen, please check
the HDMI cable.
When you use HDMI connection, you can change
the resolution (576i, 576p) for the HDMI output by
setting the video output option in the setup menu.
- RGB, Interlace mode : 576i
- Progressive mode : 576p
Changing the Progressive Scan mode when the
recorder is connected with HDMI connector may
result in malfunctions. To solve the problem, turn
off the recorder and then turn it on again.
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Connections
Connecting an Amplifier/Receiver
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with two channel
analogue stereo or Dolby Pro Logic ll/Pro Logic
Connect the Left and Right AUDIO OUT jacks on the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the left and right
audio in jacks on your amplifier, receiver, or stereo
system, using the audio cables (A) (Audio cables are
not supplied with this product).
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder does not perform
internal (2- channel) decoding of DTS sound tracks.
To enjoy DTS multi-channel surround, you must
connect the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to a DTS
compatible receiver via one of the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder’s digital audio outputs.
Connecting to an amplifier equipped with two
channel digital stereo (PCM) or to an Audio/Video
receiver equipped with a multi-channel decoder
(Dolby Digital™, MPEG 2, or DTS)
1
Connect the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder’s
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack (Coaxial or Optical) to
the corresponding in jack on your amplifier. Use
an optional digital coaxial (or optical) audio
cable. (X)
2
You need to activate the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder’s digital output; see ‘Digital Audio’
Settings on page 31.
Rear of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
Amplifier (Receiver)
Digital Multi-Channel Sound
A digital multi-channel connection provides the best
sound quality. For this you need a multi-channel
audio/video receiver that supports one or more of
the audio formats provided by your DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder (MPEG 2, Dolby Digital, and DTS). Check
the receiver manual and the logos on the front of
the receiver.
• Due to the DTS Licensing agreement, the
digital output will be in DTS digital out when
the DTS audio stream is selected.
• If the audio format of the digital output does
not match the capabilities of your receiver, the
receiver will produce a strong, distorted sound
or no sound at all.
• 5.1 channel digital surround sound via the
digital connection can only be obtained if your
receiver is equipped with a digital multichannel decoder.
• To see the audio format of the current DVD on
the on-screen display, press [AUDIO].
Connecting Optional Equipment
To receive audio/video signals from other
equipment, connect the AVF (Audio/Video Front)
jacks on the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the
audio/video out jacks on your external component,
using optional audio/video cables.
Jack Panel of Accessory Component
(VCR, Analogue Camcorder, etc.)
1
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
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Connections
Connecting a Digital Camcorder
Jack Panel of Accessory Component
(VCR, Analogue Camcorder, etc.)
2
This jack is for connection to DV equipment only. It
is not compatible with digital satellite tuners or DVHS video decks.
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
DV Digital Camcorder
DV
IN/OUT
Connecting to USB
Using the USB input connector, you can use a USB
memory stick as the playable media.
JPEG, MP3 and DivX media files can be played from
USB memory.
Additionally, you can transfer files from USB to HDD
or DVD using the media copy function.
DV IN
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
MP3 Player or Digital Camera
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
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Using the front panel DV IN jack, it is possible to
connect a DV digital camcorder, video deck or
DVD+R/RW recorder and digitally transfer DV tapes
or DVD+R/RW discs to DVD±R or DVD±RW .
Use a DV cable (not supplied) to connect the DV
In/Out jack of your DV camcorder/video deck to the
front panel DV IN jack of the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder.
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Initial Installation
After successfully connecting your DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder to your TV and other devices, this chapter
will show you how to complete the initial
installation.
You must follow the initial installation process to
set the time, date, channels, and language
preferences for the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
1
Switch on your DVD recorder. An ‘Auto Tune’
message is displayed on the screen. Press
[RED] button to start auto tune.
2
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder detects
channels automatically and stores them in the
memory.
3
After finishing Auto Channel Search, save the
settings by pressing [GREEN] button.
4
If you cancel the process during Initial
Installation, you should repeat this procedure.
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Re-Installation
1
2
3
Press [SETUP] and select the 'Restore Default
Settings' using [œ /√]. Then select ‘YES’ to
reset the set (see page 36).
Power On, then you will see the 'Initial
Installation'.
Repeat the steps 1~3 opposite.
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Guide to Digital Services
EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
The EPG provides a quick and easy way to:
• View a complete list of all available channels.
• View a channel list related to a chosen category.
• Set a programme to be recorded (page 48).
2 You can continue to watch the current
programme on a small TV picture of the
current selelcted programme before the EPG
was pressed in the bottom half of the screen.
3 Press […/†/œ/√] to move around the list.
1 Press [EPG] to display the EPG.
If you press the √ button after highlighting the
last programme on the right, the schedule for
the next one hour is displayed (depending on
availability from the broadcaster).
This display consists of an information box and
a 6 channel programme list covering a one hour
period.
4 Press [RED] to record the programme. (refer to
Example of EPG Display:
page 48)
!
5 Press [BLUE] to display the next day or
SETUP
%
^
[YELLOW] to display the previous day.
6 Press [ OK ] to Select to view a programme on
@
&
at the current time. This will exit the EPG
automatically.
7 Or if not selecting a programme, press [EPG]
or [BACK] to exit .
#
*
Note
$
! Channel number and name.
@ Indicates the currently highlighted
programme and allows you to move around
the list.
When this bar is red, it means that a timer
recording is associated to the event. (page
48)
# Current TV channel display
$ Coloured Control button
% Indicates the current time and date
^ Time Duration
& Truncated programme title in case the
name is too long to be displayed in the cell.
* Programme information for the cursor
positioned.
• If you press […/†/œ/√] on the remote control
when the EPG is on display, you have the option
to view the programme schedule 24 hours in
advance. (when available)
• The time range can be moved up to 8 days from
the current time.
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Guide to Digital Servicess
Viewing programmes using
Category Search
This feature allows you to search for programmes
related to a particular topic.
For example, if you select “Sports” from the
category search list, then only programmes related
to Sports will be shown in the EPG.
Note
The category of each programme is determined by
the broadcaster.
1 Press [EPG] to display the EPG.
2 Press [GREEN]. The category search list
Viewing programmes using
Keyword Search
This feature allows you to search for programmes
related to particular words.
For example, if you enter “Mad about you” in the
Keyword Search mode, then only programmes
related to the keyword “Mad about you” will be
shown in the EPG.
1-2 Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Viewing
channels using Category Search’.
3 Press [GREEN] button. The Keyword Search
will be displayed.
appears.
4 Enter the Keyword related to the program you
3 Use […/†] to highlight the category you want,
then press [RED] or [OK] to begin search.
The Search Results are displayed and only
programmes related to that category will be
shown in the list.
Note
This unit offers 11 category types, including:
Movies/Drama, Current Affairs, Game Shows,
Sports, Kids, Music/Dance, Arts/Culture,
Social/Political, Educational/Science, Leisure and
Special Interest.
4 Press […/†] to highlight the programme you
wish to view, then press [OK].
Note
If you want to go to the previous mode, press
[BACK] on the remote control.
wish to view.
The Search Result is displayed and only
programmes related to that keyword will be
shown in the list.
• On the remote control
œ, √, …,† : moves the cursor to the desired
position.
OK: enter the character
RED: starts the search function.
• On the Search Result screen
CLEAR: clear all
BACK: clear the last character.
5 Press […/†] to highlight the programme you
wish to view, then press [OK].
• On the remote control
RED: this will set a timer for the selected
programme.
GREEN: this will perform a new search from step 2.
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Information Service
Many digital TV channels broadcast information via
their text service. This digital service includes high
quality digital text and graphics along with
advanced navigation options. Additionally, this
recorder has access to dedicated text channels
transmitted by the broadcasters.
• The appearance, content and navigation
methods of all digital text services are decided
by the broadcaster.
Selecting digital text from dedicated
digital teletext channels
1 Select a dedicated channel that is
If you do not know the number of a dedicated
digital text channel, you can use the ‘Electronic
Programme Guide’ by pressing the [EPG] to find
one (page 21).
Digital text services may also be available on other
digital channels. This is sometimes indicated by a
small symbol on your TV screen, superimposed on
the programme you are watching.
1 Select a channel.
2 Press [TEXT] or the button indicated on screen by
the broadcaster.
3 Once the text information is displayed, you can
access required information by using the
[…/†/œ/√], the coloured buttons and/or the
numbered buttons on the remote control.
SETUP
broadcasting digital text.
Selecting digital text from other
channels
4 When you have finished viewing the text services
displays, follow the on screen instructions to exit.
2 Once the text page is displayed (this may take
some time), follow the on-screen instructions
to obtain your required selection.
On some pages the TV programme may also be
displayed on the text screen. On-screen
instructions will inform you how to use the
displayed programme.
3 When you have finished viewing the text
service, follow the on screen instructions to
exit.
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Setup menu
Setup Menu Overview
INSTALLATION Settings
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder Setup menu includes
7 categories, including: Installation, Record Options,
Languages, Preferences, Parental Settings, System
Info, and Update/Restore. Press [SETUP] and [œ/√]
on the remote control to view the first and second
levels of the Setup menu.
Auto Tune
■ SETUP
- contains the following sub menu’s :
1
Installation - lets you tune and change how
programmes are displayed on your TV. Also you
can set or modify the clock of the system.
2
Record Options - lets you select the desired
recording options.
3
Languages - when a programme is broadcast in
multiple languages, this lets you choose the
language you listen to and any on-screen text
or subtitles that are displayed.
4
Preferences - allows you to adjust items related
to the image and sound.
5
Parental Settings - lets you control what can be
watched. Please refer to the relevent section in
this guide for more information.
6
System Info - as the name suggests lists the the
current version of software installed in this unit.
7
Update/Restore - allows you to set the
software update and reset the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder to its original factory settings.
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder has a frequency
synthesized tuner capable of receiving channels
that include UHF E21~E69.
If the Initial Installation ends without result, you
should repeat this procedure.
Preparation:
Connect the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to the
desired type of antenna or cable TV system, as
shown in ‘Connecting Antenna/Cable‘ on page 16.
1
2
3
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
4
Press [RED], start to begin the channel search.
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
4
5
Press [OK] to move to the third level.
Use [œ/√] to select the desired category.
While the desired category is selected, press
[…/†] to move to the second level.
Use […/†] to select the desired setting, then
press [OK] to confirm your selection.
Some items require additional steps. Press
[SETUP] at any time to return to the previous
menu.
6
While ‘Installation‘ is selected, press [†] to
select ‘Auto Tune‘, and press [OK].
The tuner will automatically search for all
available channels in your area and place them
in the tuner’s memory.
Menu Navigation
1
2
3
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Installation‘.
Press [SETUP] to exit the Setup menu.
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Press [GREEN] to save the channel search
results. Press [RED] to retune again; see page 20
for more details.
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Setup menu
Delete Channels
Reorder Channels
After tuning TV or Radio stations into your DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder, you may wish to delete a
station.
After tuning TV or Radio stations into your DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder, you may wish to change the
order of the stations you have in your set to your
preference.
1
2
3
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
1
Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Delete
Channels’.
2
Use […/†] to select ‘Reorder Channels‘.
3
Press [OK] . Press […/†] to select the service
you want to align, then press RED button to
confirm it.
4
Press […/†] to move the selected service to
the position you want, then press RED button to
finish placing.
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Installation‘.
Use […/†] to select ‘Delete Channels‘.
SETUP
4
Press [OK] . Press […/†] to select the
channel you want to delete, then press RED
button to confirm it.
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Setup menu
Edit Favourites
Set Clock
After tuning TV or Radio stations into your recorder,
you may store or edit your favourite channels into
TV or Radio lists.
You can set or modify the system clock.
1
2
Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Delete Channels’.
Press [OK]. Press […/†] to select the service you
want to edit, then press the [RED] button to confirm
it. A channel selected as a favourite is identified by
a heart icon next to the programme name.
4
If you want to delete the channel from your favourite
list, select the channel by using […/†] and press
[RED]. To exit this screen mode, press [BACK].
Usage of LIST button
You can bring up the list of broadcasting channels
any time by pressing [LIST] on the remote control.
3
Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Delete
Channels’.
2
Use […/†] to select ‘Set Clock’.
3
Press [OK]. The ‘Set Clock’ menu appears.
4
If you want to set the date and time manually,
Use […/†] to select ‘Edit Favourites‘.
3
1
2
1
Press [LIST] on the remote control.
’Channel List’ screen displays. Use [œ /√] to
select ‘All Channels‘, ‘Radio Channels’ or
‘Favourite List’.
Press [OK] to select the channels.
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œ /√ (left/right): Changes the setting at the
current cursor position.
…/† (up/down): Moves the cursor to the
previous or next line.
5
Press RED button to save your setting, then
press [SETUP] to exit the Setup menu.
Auto Set
Once you change the date and time, the combo
won’t get the auto clock information provided by
broadcasters. If you want to recover the Auto Clock
Information, press [Green]. The combo will get the
Auto Clock setting again. After finishing Auto set,
press [Red] to save the setting and press [SETUP]
to exit the setup menu.
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Setup menu
RECORD OPTIONS Settings
DVD Quality
Hot button
You can set the default DVD recording quality to
(Approx. time) : HQ (High Quality - 1 hr/disc), SP
(Standard Play - 2 hrs/disc), EP (Extended Play - 4
hrs/disc), or SLP (Super Long Play - 6 hrs/disc).
• You can set the default DVB-T DVD/HDD
recording quality using [REC Mode] button of the
remote control.
• [REC MODE] button is a toggle button of
HQ/SP/EP/SLP.
1
2
3
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
4
Use [œ/√] to select the desired Record Quality
(HQ, SP, EP, or SLP).
5
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Record Options‘.
Whilst ‘Recording Options‘ is selected, press
[†] to select ‘DVD Quality‘.
Auto Chapter
HDD Record Quality
You can set the default HDD recording quality to
(Approx. time) : HQ (High Quality - 32hrs), SP
(Standard Play - 66hrs), EP (Extended Play - 128hrs),
or SLP (Super Long Play - 195hrs).
Follow the same procedure as for 'DVD Record
Quality’, however select ‘HDD Quality’ in step 3.
HDD Auto Delete
Follow the same procedure as for ‘DVD Record
Quality’, however select ‘HDD Auto Delete’ in step
3.
Explanations of modes follow overleaf.
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SETUP
During recording, chapter markers are added
automatically at fixed intervals. You can set this
interval to 5 minutes, 10 minutes or 15 minutes. To
turn off automatic chapter marking, select ‘Off‘.
Follow the same procedure as for ‘DVD Record
Quality’, however select ‘Auto Chapter’ in step 3.
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Setup menu
Off
DVB Audio/ DVB Subtitles Language
With this selection, the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
will stop recording and prompt the user to erase
some space and create more room on the HDD, if
the [STOP] is not pressed and the recording takes all
the available space on the hard disk drive.
Select a language for the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
Setup menu and on-screen displays.
On
With this selection, the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
overwrites un-protected titles, if the [STOP] is not
pressed and the recording takes all the available
space on the hard disk drive.
1
2
3
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
4
5
Use [œ/√] to select the desired language.
Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘Languages’.
Whilst ‘Languages’ is selected. Press [†] to
select ‘DVB Audio’ or ‘DVB Subtitles’.
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
LANGUAGES Settings
OSD Language
The OSD Language is fixed in ‘English’.
• DVB Audio: switches the language broadcasted
by a digital channel.
• DVB Subtitles Language: switches the language
DVD Menu/ DVD Subtitle/
DVD Audio Language
Select your preferred language for DVD Menus,
DVD Subtitles, and DVD Audio soundtracks.
1
2
3
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
4
5
Use [œ/√] to select the desired language.
Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘Languages’.
Whilst ‘Languages’ is selected. Press [†] to
select ‘DVD Menu’ or ‘DVD Subtitle’ or ‘DVD
Audio’.
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
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of the subtitles broadcasted by a digital channel
(when available).
In order to see DVB subtitle language selection
field, you have to move the cursor down by the
up/down button.
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Setup menu
PREFERENCES Settings
TV Aspect Ratio
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.
3 Whilst ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to
Picture Format
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.
3 While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to
select ‘Television’.
select ‘Picture Format’.
4
Use [œ/√] to select the desired TV Aspect
ratio.
4
Use [œ/√] to select the desired Picture
Format.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
If Television setting is set to "16:9", the
picture format is alwalys fixed to "Auto".
SETUP
• 4:3 : Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected.
• 16:9 : Select when a 16:9 wide screen TV is
connected.
• Letter Box : Displays
theatrical images with
masking bars above and
below the picture.
• Centre : Displays pictures
cropped to fill your TV
screen. Both sides of the
picture are cut off.
• Auto : Convert to the
appropriate aspect ratio
automatically.
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Setup menu
Digital Audio
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.
3 Whilst ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to
select ‘Digital Audio‘.
4
Use [œ/√] to select the desired digital output
type.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
Front AV
1 Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Digital
Audio’.
2
3
4
Use […/†] to select ‘Front AV’.
Use [œ/√] to select the desired Front AV type.
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
CVBS : When you select this signal mode, you can
use an audio/video cord to connect other
equipment. Jack Panel of Accessory Component
(VCR, Analog Camcorder, etc.)
• Off
No signal will be output from the Digital Audio Out
jacks.
• PCM
Select when connected to a 2 channel digital stereo
amplifier. The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder's digital
audio signal will be output in the PCM 2ch format
when you play a DVD recorded with a Dolby Digital
(only for DVD) or MPEG soundtrack. If the DVD is
recorded with a DTS sound track then no sound will
be heard.
• Bitstream
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
S-VIDEO : When you select this signal mode, you
can use an S-VIDEO cord to connect other
equipment. N.B. S-video does not include audio.
Jack Panel of Accessory Component
(VCR, Analog Camcorder, etc.)
Select when connected to a Dolby Digital or DTS
decoder (or an amplifier or other equipment with a
Dolby Digital or DTS decoder).
Front of DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
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Setup menu
Parental Settings
Video Output
Rating Level
Progressive Scan Video provides the highest picture
quality with reduced flickering.
The Parental Settings feature allows you to
prevent DVDs from being played based on their
ratings or to have certain discs played with
alternative scenes. You can set the Rating Level
from ‘OFF’ to ‘U’ to a maximum ‘18R’.
RGB : If you connect the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
to an analogue television using the SCART jacks,
set Video Output to ‘RGB’.
Interlace or Progressive : If you connect the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder to a digital television (DTV) or
Monitor using the COMPONENT jacks, set Video
Output to ‘Interlace’ or ‘Progressive’.
Press [SETUP].
Press [SETUP].
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Parental Settings‘.
Whilst ‘Parental Settings‘ is selected, press
[†] to select ‘Rating Level‘. The Password
Input dialog will appear. Enter a 4-digit
password using the [0-9] buttons.
SETUP
1
2
3
1
2
3
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Preferences‘.
While ‘Preferences‘ is selected, press [†] to
select ‘Video Output‘.
4
Use [œ/√] to select the desired Video Output
mode.
5
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
4
If this is the first time you have entered a
password, you will be prompted to enter the
password again to confirm it.
Caution
• Once the Progressive Scan setting is entered,
an image will only be visible on a Progressive
Scan compatible TV or monitor. Press
[P.SCAN] to return to Interlace Scan mode.
The initial password is ‘0000‘. You must enter this
password before you can change the Parental
Level.
Set the new password to something other than
'0000'.
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Setup menu
Watershed Time
5
6
After setting the password, press Red button to
end. Then ‘Parental Setting’ screen is
displayed.
For children, you may also use the watershed time
function.
When the watershed time function starts, only a
black screen appears.
1
Follow steps 1-3 as shown under ‘Rating
Level.
2
3
Use […/†] to select ‘Watershed Time.
Use [œ/√] to select the desired watershed
time.
Use [œ/√] to select the desired rating level.
Off : If you select Unlock, the Lock feature is not
active. All discs will play in full.
U (Universal) to 18R (Adult): Some discs contain
scenes not suitable for children. If you set a
rating for the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder, all
scenes with the same rating or lower will be
played. Higher rated scenes will not be played
unless an alternative scene is available on the
disc. The alternative must have the same rating
or a lower one. If no suitable alternative is
found, playback will stop. You must enter the 4digit password or change the rating level in
order to play the disc.
There are 9 rating Levels, including: Kids, U,
PG, 12A, 12, 15, 18, 18R and Off.
7
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
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You can select a watershed time in 30 minute
steps. (from 6 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.)
• If it is canceled by entering the correct parental
code, the cancellation is only valid until the next
day watershed time.
• For the permanent cancellation, the user has to
set it to ‘off’ in the parental settings.
• Factory default is ‘off’.
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Setup menu
Country Code
1 Press [SETUP].
2 Use [œ/√] to select ‘Parental Settings‘.
3 Whilst ‘Parental Settings‘ is selected, press
[†] to select ‘Rating Level‘. The Password
Input dialog will appear. Enter a 4-digit
password using the [0-9] buttons.
4
5
Code.
2
3
Use […/†] to select ‘Change PIN code’.
4
The ‘Change Pin Code’ screen appears. Enter
your new 4-digit password.
5
To confirm the new password, press the Red
button.
Press [OK] to select the Change PIN code mode.
Use [†] to select ‘Country Code‘.
screen.
SETUP
Use [œ/√] to select the desired country code.
N.B. As the film classification ratings are
slightly different in each country, we
recommend that country code is set to ‘UK’ for
use in the UK area.
Lock/Unlock Channels
1 Follow steps 1-3 as shown under ‘Country Code’.
2 Use […/†] to select ‘Lock/Unlock Channels’.
3 Press [OK] to enter into ‘Lock/Unlock Channels’
4
5
6
Change PIN code
1 Follow steps 1-3 as shown under ‘Country
Use […/†] to select channels you want to lock.
Press [RED] to toggle Lock/Unlock status.
After you finish the setting, press [BACK] to go
back to exit.
• Master Password : If you forget your
password, press 3,3,0,8 on the remote control
and then press [ENTER].
• Set the new password to something other than
'0000'.
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Setup menu
Set HDD Parental Lock
Format Hard Disk
It allows you to prevent titles with the parental lock
set from being played from the HDD video menu.
You can set the HDD parental lock as follows.
This feature enables you to erase the entire content
of the HDD. Please proceed with caution, as this
process is irreversible.
1
1
Whilst ‘Parental Settings‘ is selected, press
[†] to select ‘Format Hard Disk‘.
2
The Password Input dialog will appear. Enter a
4-digit password using the [0-9] buttons. If this
is the first time you have entered a password,
you will be prompted to enter the password
again to confirm it.
3
And press [OK] to display the submenu.
2
3
Whilst ‘Parental Settings‘ is selected, press
[†] to select ‘Set Hdd Parental Lock‘.
N.B. To locate HDD Parental lock, you must go
passed Change PIN code, using [†] button.
The Password Input dialog will appear. Enter a
4-digit password using the [0-9] buttons. If this
is the first time you have entered a password,
you will be prompted to enter the password
again to confirm it.
Use [œ/√] to select the desired parental level.
Off : If you select Off, the Lock feature is not
active. All titles in the HDD will play in full.
On : If you select On, the Parental Lock feature
is active in HDD Edit menu. To playback the
title parental locked in HDD video menu, you
must enter the 4-digit password. For detailed
information, refer to page 58.
4
Press [SETUP] to exit the menu.
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Setup menu
SYSTEM Info
Firmware Info
System Information helps service personnel identify
firmware information about your DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder in case service is required.
1
2
3
4
5
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘System Info‘.
Use […/†] to select ‘Firmware Info’.
DivX VOD
1 Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Firmware
Info.
2
3
4
Use […/†] to select ‘DivX VOD’.
Press [OK] to select the DivX VOD.
DivX VOD screen appears as below.
Press [OK] to select the Firmware Info.
Firmware Info screen appears as below.
SETUP
HDD Info
You can see HDD information you’re using such as
HDD model and total HDD capacity.
1
Follow steps 1-2 as shown under ‘Firmware
Info.
2
3
4
Use […/†] to select ‘HDD Info’.
We provide you the DivX® VOD (Video On
Demand) registration code that allows you to rent
and purchase videos using the DivX® VOD service.
For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod.
Press [OK] to select the HDD Info.
HDD Info screen appears as below.
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Setup menu
Update/ Restore
Software Update
Restore Default Settings
If you wish, you can check for software updates.
If you wish, you can reset the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder to its original factory settings.
1
2
3
4
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
Press [SETUP]. The Setup menu appears.
While ‘Update/Restore‘ is selected, press [†]
to select ‘Check For Software Update‘.
1
2
3
Press [OK] to set the ‘Check For Software
Update’.
4
Press [OK] to select the ‘Restore Default
Settings’.
5
Use [√] to select ‘YES. Then DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder is reset to its original factory settings.
Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘Update/ Restore‘.
Use [œ] and [√] to select ‘Update/ Restore‘.
While ‘Update/Restore‘ is selected, press [†]
to select ‘Restore Default Settings’.
• Some options cannot be reset, including
Parental Controls, Password, and Country
Code.
• After Restoring Defaults, the unit is powered
off automatically. At this time, if you power on
again, the Installation menu appears.
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On-Screen Display Overview
The On-Screen Display provides feedback on the
status of the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder and/or the
currently loaded disc. To access the On-Screen
Display (or OSD), press [INFO].
Disc Information options for DVD, HDD
DVD Navigator
Title
1/2
œ
Chapter
Displaying Disc Information
To display information about the currently loaded
disc:
Audio
English
Angle
1/1
Subtitle
Search To Time
√
1/8
Off
00:03:15
Press < > To Change Title
On-screen display operation
• Press [INFO] once during playback.
Total Time
02:25:00
√ PLAY
Time Elapsed
Current Status
• Press [INFO] twice during playback.
1
Press [INFO] twice to display the information
displayed on-screen.
2
To remove the on-screen display, press [INFO]
three times.
See the descriptions below for detailed
explanations of the on-screen displays for each
media type.
Some discs may not provide all the features shown
in the on-screen display examples.
Temporary Feedback Icons
Action prohibited or not available
Title
SETUP
00:26:34
Shows the current title number and total number of
titles, and skips to the desired title number.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
3
Then ‘Title’ line is already selected.
Use [œ/√] to change the title numbers.
Chapter
Shows the current chapter number and total number of
chapters, and skips to the desired chapter number.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
Use […†] to select the ‘Chapter‘ line on the onscreen display.
3
Use [œ/√] to change the chapter numbers.
Audio
Shows the current audio soundtrack language and
changes the setting.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
Use […†] to select the ‘Audio‘ line on the onscreen display.
3
Use [œ/√] to select the desired audio language.
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On-Screen Display Overview
Angle
Shows the current angle number and total number of
angles, and changes the angle number.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
Use […†] to select the ‘Angle‘ line on the onscreen display.
3
Use [œ/√] to change the angle numbers.
PBC
Shows the current PBC status, and changes the setting.
PBC is PlayBack Control used for VCD, SVCD, and some
DVDs.
Changing TV Channels
If no disc is playing, you can change TV channels
using the number [0-9] buttons or [CH+/–] buttons
on the remote control or [CH+/–] buttons on the
front panel.
External Input selection
If you want to watch through external input such as
AV1, AV2, AVF or DV, press [INPUT] button on the
remote control.
You can toggle in the order of AV1➝ AV2
➝ AVF (or S-Video) ➝ DV ➝ TV ➝ AV1....
Angle and PBC appears in the navigator according
to the type of media.
Subtitle
Shows the current subtitle language, and changes the
setting.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
Use […†] to select the ‘Subtitle‘ line on the onscreen display.
3
Use […†] to select the desired subtitle language.
Elapsed time/ Search To Time
Shows the elapsed playing time, and skips to the
desired time.
1
Press [INFO] twice during playback. The on-screen
display appears on the TV screen.
2
Use […†] to select the ‘Search To Time’ line on
the on-screen display. You can see the elapsed
playing time.
3
Press [OK] to modify the time. Use […†] to
change the time and use [œ √] to move left or
right.
4
Press [OK] to confirm the start time. Playback
starts from the selected time on the disc.
For titles recorded without DVD navigation
information, such as recorded from broadcast
programmes or line input, ‘Elapsed time/ Search
To Time’ function is not available.
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Volume Control
You can control volume level using [vol+/vol-]
button on the remote control .
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder supports 11 level
volume control (MUTE~10).
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DVD Playback
Playing a DVD
1
Turn the TV on and select the video input
source connected to the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder.
• A disc which is recorded with unauthorized
movie material may not be played.
• A disc which is recorded by another recorder or
not recorded correctly may not be recognised
or played.
Audio system: Turn the audio system on and
select the input source connected to the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
2 Press [OPEN/CLOSE] to open the disc tray.
3 Load your disc in the tray with the playback side
down (label side up).
4 Press [OPEN/CLOSE] to close the tray.
5 'LOAD' appears on the front panel display, and
playback starts automatically. If playback does
not start, press [MENU] and select "Play DVD"
by using the […†]. Then press [OK]. In some
cases, the Disc menu may appear instead.
When a DVD+RW or unfinalised DVD+R/-R/-RW is
inserted, no title is played automatically but the
current TV channel displays on the screen.
If you want to play a title on the DVD+R (+RW), you
must press [MENU] to display the Main Menu and
select "Play DVD". Then press [OK] to display the
disc menu. Select a title to play then press [OK].
T HDD/DVD Recorder will go into Still mode.
2
You can advance the picture frame-by-frame by
pressing [FF (√√)] repeatedly during Still mode.
Fast Forward/Backward
1 Press [REW (œœ)] or [FF (√√)] during playback.
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder will go into
Search mode.
2
Press [REW] or [FF] to select the desired speed:
√√ X2, √√ X4, √√ X8, √√ X16, √√ X32
(forward) or œœ X2, œœ X4, œœ X8, œœ X16,
œœ X32 (backward).
Slow Motion
If a Disc menu is displayed
• A Disc menu may be displayed when you load
a DVD. Use the [œ √…†] buttons to select
the title/chapter you want to view, then press
[OK] to start playback. Press [TITLE/PBC] or
[MENU] to return to the Disc menu.
• The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder will not play
discs with Region codes different from the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder. The Region code
for this DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is 2 (two).
• Unless stated otherwise, all operations
described below use the remote control. Some
features may also be available in the Setup
menu.
• A disc which is recorded by computer at high
speeds (greater than or equal to 2x) may not be
recognised.
Press [SLOW+] during playback to select the desired
speed: 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, PLAY, ...(forward). Press
[SLOW-] to go back to normal speed: 1/8 ➝ 1/4 ➝
1/2 ➝ PLAY.
Changing the Audio Language
Press [AUDIO] and then press [AUDIO] repeatedly
during playback to hear a different audio language
or audio track.
Subtitles
Press [SUBTITLE] and then press [SUBTITLE]
repeatedly during playback to select among all
available subtitle languages.
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PLAYBACK
Playing a DVD
Still Picture and Frame-by-Frame Playback
1 Press [PLAY/PAUSE] during playback. The DVB-
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DVD Playback
Zoom
Selecting Titles
The Zoom function allows you to magnify the video
image and scroll around the enlarged image.
When a disc has more than one title, you can select
among all available titles as follows:
1
1
Press [ZOOM] during Play mode to activate the
Zoom function.
Each press of the [ZOOM] button changes the
Zoom level as follows: X1 (normal size) ➝ X2 ➝
X4 ➝ X1 (normal size)
2
Use the [œ √…†] buttons to scroll around the
zoomed picture.
3
To resume normal playback, press [ZOOM]
repeatedly until the X1 (normal picture) appears.
• The Zoom function may not work on some
DVDs (ex. Jpg..)
Repeat
1 To repeat the currently playing chapter, press
[REPEAT]. ‘CHAPTER’ appears on the TV screen.
2
To repeat the currently playing title, press
[REPEAT] twice. ‘TITLE’ appears on the TV
screen.
3
To repeat the whole disc, press [REPEAT] three
times. ‘ALL’ appears on the TV screen.
4
Each press of the [REPEAT] button changes the
repeat mode as follows:
[DVD] CHAPTER ➝ TITLE ➝ ALL ➝ SHUFFLE
➝ ISCAN ➝ off ➝ CHAPTER ...
Selecting Chapters
When a title on a disc has more than one chapter,
you can select among all available chapters as
follows:
1 Press [PREV (■œœ)] or [NEXT (√√■)] briefly
during playback to select the next or previous
chapter.
2
You may repeat a defined period from A to B.
1
At the point where you want to start the repeat
playback, press [A-B].
2
At the point where you want to end the repeat
playback, press [A-B] again. Then a defined
period from A to B is played back.
3
Press [A-B] to exit from repeat playback mode.
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To skip directly to any chapter during playback,
press [INFO] twice. Use […†] to select the
Chapter line. Use [œ √] to select the desired
chapter number.
Disc Menus
Many DVDs contain Disc menus that allow you to
access special features. To open a Disc menu, press
[MENU]. Then use the […†] buttons to highlight
your desired selection and press [OK].
1
2
Press [MENU]. The Disc menu is displayed.
To exit the Disc menu, press [STOP].
Title Menus
1 Press [TITLE/PBC]. If the current title has a
menu, the Title menu will appear on the TV
screen. Otherwise, the Disc menu may appear.
2
A-B
Press [INFO] twice. Then ‘Title’ line is already
selected. Use [œ √] to select the desired title
number.
The Title menu may contain camera angles,
spoken languages and subtitle options, as well
as the chapters for the title.
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Playing a Picture, Music or DivX files
DivX Playback (HDD Media, DVD, USB)
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can play DivX files
on a disc such as CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVDR/RW on HDD Media or on USB device.
1
2
Prior to playing Divx files on disc or USB device,
insert disc and close the tray, or connect the
device to USB jack in the front panel of
HDD/DVD Recorder.
Press [MENU] to bring up the Media Browser
and select the media (HDD Media, DVD, USB)
you want to play.
Main Menu
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HDD Playlist
HDD Media
Main Menu
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HDD Music
Ok
Press [OK] and select the DivX category using
[…†], then press [OK].
Play
Edit
/Music/
../
RED Edit Folder
Ok
Select
Back Return
The DivX Menu appears on the TV screen.
Use […†] to select a file, then press [OK].
Press [FF] or [REW] during playback. The
HDD/DVD Recorder will go into Search mode.
Press [FF ]or [REW ] to select the desired speed:
√√X2, √√X4, √√X8 (forward) or œœ X2, œœ
X4, œœ X8 (backward)
Use [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause playback while the
title is playing.
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1
Move to the Menu of DivX by pressing the
[STOP] button.
2
Use […†] to select a file of subtitles you want
to use.
3
Select the file of subtitles by pressing the [OK]
button.
4
Select the DivX file you want to play and press
[OK]. The subtitles can be toggled OFF and ON
in the DivX Navigator (press [INFO] twice).
Alternatively you can toggle the subtitles OFF
and ON by using the [SUBTITLE] button on the
remote control
To stop playback at any time, press [STOP].
• Playable DivX files are ".avi",".divx" and
playable DivX subtitles are ".smi", ".srt", ".txt",
".sub (Micro DVD,Subviewer)".
• The file size of the DivX subtitle is limited to
128KB.
• Playable MPEG 4 SP and ASP is XVID, DivX5.1,
DivX5.05, DivX5.02, DivX4.1.2, DivX3.11, and
Dr. DivX1.0.2.
• ASP does not support GMC & Qpel(Quarter
Pixel).
• Playable biterates is to max. 4MBPS.
• Playable frame number of screens per a
second is 30, 25, 24, 12, and 8.
• Playable resolution is from Min. 200X100 to
max. 720X576.
• Playable audio stream formats are DTS, MPEG
I Layer III, MPEG II, PCM and AC-3.
• It may not be played according to a type of
DivX files, a recording method, or a disc state.
(The device was authenticated for DivX files
from the DivX Networks, Inc. and it is available
for playing a normal DivX but may be
unavailable for playing the DivX files that have
been manufactured with an illegal or abnormal
Codec.)
• DivX,DivX certified and associated logos are
trademarks of DivX Networks, Inc. and are
used under license.
• When the image/sound structure of a recorded
file have not been undergone the interleave, it
will output either the image or the sound.
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4
HDD DivX
4
5
6
Subtitles can be displayed provided they are
available on file.
HDD Pictures 11
HDD DivX
3
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Subtitles
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Playing a Picture, Music or DivX files
Audio CD Playback
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can play audio CDs
on CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW.
1
2
Insert an Audio CD and close the tray.
The CD Music folder tree appears. Use […†]
to select a track or a file, then press [OK].
Playback will stop at the end of the disc.
3
While playing an Audio CD, use [FF] or [REW]
for 2x speed playback.
4
Use [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause playback while the
disc is playing.
5
Press [Repeat] to toggle Repeat Folder, Repeat
Track or No Repeat.
6
To stop playback at any time, press [STOP].
MP3 Playback (HDD media, Disc
media, USB media)
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can play MP3 files
on a disc such as CD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW,
DVD-R/RW or USB memory.
• On the MP3 CD menu, you can display the
folders on the disc. Use […†] to select the
folder icon on the MP3 CD menu then press
[OK]. You can also display just the tracks in the
folders. Use […†] to select a folder then press
[OK].
• Press [REPEAT] to repeat a track (file) and press
again to repeat the whole media.
• If the disc contains JPEG files as well as MP3
files, you can change the Play mode to display
JPEG image files by pressing [MENU].
JPEG Playback (HDD media, Disc
media, USB media)
The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can play JPEG
Picture files on a disc such as CD-R/RW,
DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW or USB memory.
1
Prior to playing JPEG files on disc, insert disc
and close the tray.
2
A JPEG CD is loaded and Disc Media Browser
displays. Select Picture browser using […†],
then press [OK].
1
Prior to playing MP3 files on disc, insert disc
and close the tray.
2
A MP3 CD is loaded and Disc Media Browser
displays. Select Audio browser using […†],
then press [OK].
3
3
The JPEG folder tree appears. If there are
folders which contain JPEG files, select the
desired folder using […†] and press [OK].
The MP3 folder tree appears. Use […†] to
select a track or a file, then press [OK] or
[PLAY].
4
You can get the picture through the thumbnail
screen.
Playback will stop at the end of the media.
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Playing a Picture, Music or DivX files
Playing MP3 Files during a Slide Show
You can enjoy a slide show while listening to MP3
music files.
5
The full size image will be displayed and a slide
show starts automatically with a time interval
of 10 seconds.
Press [NEXT] or [PREV] to manually skip to the
next or previous image.
7
Press [√] (or [œ]) to rotate the image (counter)
clockwise.
8
Press [STOP] to exit the slideshow.
Prepare the Disc which includes both MP3 and
JPEG files.
2
Insert the disc. A disc is loaded and Disc Media
screen displays.
3
Select the Audio Browser and go to music
category.
4
During playback of the MP3 files, press [BACK]
to return to the Filemedia menu screen. The
music playback will not stop.
5
Go to Picture category, and select the image
files and press [OK] to start the slide show.
6
The MP3 files you selected continue to play
during the JPEG slide show.
• The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder can playback up
to 1000 files per disc.
• Press [œ/ √] to move up and down per 8 files
in DVD Music Browser, and press [■œœ/√√■]
to move up and down per 6 files in DVD Picture
Browser.
• Customers should note that permission is
required in order to download MP3 and music
from the Internet. Our company has no right to
grant such permission. Permission should
always be sought from the copyright owner.
• If the disc contains MP3 files as well as JPEG
files, you can change the Play mode to play
MP3 files by pressing [MENU].
• When a CD contains both MP3 files and JPEG
files, the default Play mode is JPEG image
files.
• MP3 files encoded below 32kbps are not
supported.
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Time shifting & Saving
Time shifting
When the HDD/DVD Recorder is turned on, the last
viewed TV channel will be tuned in and Time
shifting starts automatically. Time shifting allows
‘pausing’ the live TV broadcast for up to 60
minutes. At any time, the viewing can resume.
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause the broadcast, press
[PLAY/PAUSE] again to resume TV viewing. If the
system is paused for 60 minutes, it will
automatically resume TV viewing.
During Time shifting, a Timer recording may come
up. As you cannot watch one program in Time
shifting and record another channel, the HDD/DVD
Recorder will prompt you to confirm if you want to
keep the current channel or proceed with Timer
recording. If there is no response, this combination
assumes Timer recording should be started. The
message will appear 5 seconds before the TImer
recording is due.
Time shifting is stored in a buffer that contains 60
minutes of recording. After 60 minutes, the buffer
will be progressively overwritten. If you need to
keep the video contained in this buffer for future
usage, you can Save all or part of the buffer.
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√ LIVE
Press [STOP] to return to the live broadcast.
Navigation in Time Shifting mode
You can navigate in Time shifting mode and control
the output by using the following remote control
keys:
Changes the channel
Fast Forward. Press to cycle
through 2, 4, 8, 16, 32X speeds.
Fast Rewind. Press to cycle
through 4, 8, 16, 32X speeds.
Slow forward/reverse. Press to
cycle through 1/2, 1/4 or 1/8
speeds.
Jumps back to the 'jump to
interval' time is set in the setup
menu.
Jumps forward to the 'jump to
interval' time is set in the setup
menu.
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Time shifting & Saving
Saving to HDD
Save
While viewing a program, press [REC]. This will
start saving the segment you are watching. You can
navigate forward. During the saving operation, by
pressing [REC], you will increase the length of the
program you are saving by 15 minutes up to a
maximum of 10 hours. Press [STOP] to indicate the
end of the saving operation. In case of recording a
part of Time shifting buffer, the buffer will be
empty.
You can not change the channel or the source if
saving is on-going (the end of the recording
segment is either not entered, or in case of a long
recording, it has not been reached.) Saving has to
be manually stopped first ( by pressing [STOP].) The
HDD/DVD Recorder will prompt you to Stop saving
first. The segment will be saved on the HDD and
then channel or source change will be performed.
• If the unit is set as “Setup –> Preferences
–> Hard Disk –> Auto Title Delete –> On”
if the [STOP] is not pressed and the recording
takes all the available space on the hard disk
drive, the HDD/DVD Recorder will erase
unprotected titles to the amount of about 10
hours in HQ mode (approx. 40GB) and keep
recording.
• If the unit is set as “Setup –> Preferences
–> Hard Disk –> Auto Title Delete –> Off”
if the [STOP] is not pressed and the recording
takes all the available space on the hard disk
drive, the HDD/DVD Recorder will stop
recording and prompt the user to erase some
titles and create more room on the HDD.
• If you want to stop recording in Time shifting
specific operation (FF, REW, STILL, etc), press
[STOP] to return to LIVE mode and then press
[STOP] again.
PLAYBACK
The saved program will be removed from the Time
shifting buffer when it is about to be overwritten by
a Live recording. During recording from the Time
shifting buffer, [PLAY/PAUSE] does not work as
(pause/play) on the recording operation but work as
(pause/play) on the broadcast in the buffer.
Indicates
recording to
the HDD
Indicates Time shifting operation: PLAY,
STILL, LIVE, STOP, FF, REW, etc
recording
Other Operations in TIme shifting saving mode
While in Time shifting saving mode, you can use the
following keys for other operations: MENU,
OPEN/CLOSE buttons.
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Basic Recording
Recording to DVD or HDD
If you press [DVD/HDD], you will be in DVD or HDD
record mode.
You can record to DVD or HDD by pressing the [REC]
button. (The unit must have a recordable media in
the DVD tray when in DVD mode.)
1 Turn on the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder and load a
recordable disc .
Make sure your TV input is set to view the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
Select the media to record by pressing
[DVD/HDD] on the remote control.
2 Set the desired Recording
mode by pressing [REC
MODE] repeatedly.
HDD Mode
Available disc space will be HDD record quality SLP
HDD
displayed according to the
Free: 175hr., 43mins.
recording quality. For
detailed information
regarding setting Recording
DVD Mode
Quality refer to page 27.
3 Set the desired Recording
source by pressing [INPUT] or
[CH +/CH -].
• The maximum number of DVD titles per disc is
49. If the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is
powered off during DVD recording, the
recording will not be saved.
• If a DVD+RW or unfinalised DVD±R, DVD-RW
disc is inserted in the tray, no title is played
automatically after loading is finished.
• If you are recording to a blank DVD±R (±RW)
disc, it may take up to 7 minutes (it depends on
the disc) for post processing after recording.
DVD record quality HQ
-RW
Free: 0hr., 43mins.
You can select which video
input you want to record from the following
options.
- TV, AV1, AV2, AVF, S-VIDEO Input or DV Input.
One Touch Record (OTR)
One Touch Recording allows you to add recording
time in fixed increments at the touch of a button.
1 Follow steps 1-3 under Recording to DVD or HDD.
2 Press [REC (●)] repeatedly to set the length of the
recording.
Recording starts after the first press. Each
subsequent press increases the recording time
by 15 minutes within the available space
(DVD). The recording time is displayed on the
front display panel.
4 Press [REC (●)] once.
Recording will start. The REC indicator lights on
the front panel display.
Recording continues until you press [STOP] or
the disc is full.
To record for a fixed length of time, see One
Touch Record opposite.
5 Press [STOP (■)] to stop recording and the
following OSD shows shortly and the recording
will stop.
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To Pause the Recording
1
Press [PLAY/PAUSE] to pause the disc during
recording.
2
To continue recording, press [PLAY/PAUSE] or
[REC (●)].
• To quit One Touch Recording, press [Stop] and
press [RED].
• The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder will
automatically power off when One Touch
Recording ends.
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Timer Recording
Timer Recording using Manual Record
Screen
The Timer Recording function allows you to record
up to 16 programs within a period of one year.
1 Insert recordable media such as DVD±R,
DVD±RW if you want to record to DVD.
2 Press [TIMER].
The ‘Timer List’ menu appears.
•
• Date – Choose a date up to 1 year in advance.
Quality – Choose a Record mode.
HQ, SP, SLP or EP
• Repeat-Choose frequency of the recording.
Daily or Weekly.
4 Enter the necessary information for your Timer
Recording(s).
• œ √ – Moves the cursor left/right.
• …† – Changes the setting of the current
cursor position.
• Press [TIMER] to exit the Timer Record menu.
• Press [OK] after filling in all the program
information.
• Press [TIMER] to display the Timer Record List.
5 Press [OK] or [RED] button to save the program.
The Timer Record List will appear.
3 Use […/†] to select the timer recording to be
modified. Press [OK] to confirm.
The ‘Timer Edit’ menu appears.
6 Press [TIMER] to exit the Timer Record List.
7 Timer indicator will be lit. Timer Recording can be
done automatically even if you have put the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder into standby mode.
If you did not set the clock on the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder, you may have to do so
before programming a timer recording.
• Type - Choose DVD or HDD using […†].
• Service – Choose the desired channel, or one of
the external inputs from which to record.
• Start (Time) – Set the recording start time.
• End (Time) – Set the recording end time.
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RECORDING
• There is a short delay when a timer recording
finishes to confirm the recorded program. If
two timer recordings are set to record
sequentially (one right after the other), the very
beginning of the later program may not be
recorded.
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Timer Recording
Cancelling a Timer Recording
You can clear a Timer Recording any time before
the recording actually starts.
• Press [TIMER] on the remote control to display
the Timer Record List.
• Use […†] to select the program you want to
erase on the Timer Recorder List, then press
[GREEN] to cancel it.
Timer Recording using the EPG
application
Stopping a Timer Recording in
Progress
After a Timer Recording has started, you can still
stop the program by pressing [STOP].
1
If you press [STOP] button, following message
will be shown in the screen.
The EPG application is a feature that simplifies setting
the timer. Just select the programme you wish to
record in the EPG display. The date, time and channel
of that programme are set automatically.
1 Insert recordable media such as DVD±R,
DVD±RW if you are recording to DVD.
2 Press [EPG] to display the EPG.
The ‘TV GUIDE’ menu appears.
3 Press […/†/œ/√] or enter a channel number by
using the number buttons to move around the
list.
To know more about the navigation options in the
EPG application, see page 21.
2
If you want to stop, press [RED] button and the
timer recording will stop with the OSD below.
If you want to keep recording, press [GREEN]
button.
4 Select a future programme you wish to record.
The description of the programme appears at
the bottom of the TV Guide screen.
In case 8 is displayed :Indicates that the
programme is age limited.
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Timer Recording
Timer Recording Troubleshooting
5 Press [RED] to record.
The selected bar becomes red. It means
that a timer recording is associated to that
programme. Your recorder will
automatically begin recording when the
programme starts.
6 Press [RED] once more to edit the program.
The Timer Record List will appear.
Even if a Timer Recording is set, the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder will not record if:
• No disc is loaded in the DVD tray when in
record to DVD mode.
• A non-recordable disc is loaded.
• ‘Lock Disc’ is set to YES in the DISC Operation
menu; see page 61.
• There are already 49 titles recorded on the disc.
You cannot enter a Timer Recording if:
• A recording or playing titles is already under
way.
• The start time has already passed.
• 16 Timer Recordings have already been set.
If two or more Timer Recordings overlap:
• The earlier program takes priority.
• When the earlier program finishes, the later
program starts.
• If two programs are set to start at exactly the
same time, the program entered first takes
priority.
Confirmation is not possible when:
7 To modify the timer programme, follow steps 3-7
in ‘Timer Recording using Manual Record Screen’
of page 47.
You can clear a Timer Recording any time before
the recording actually starts.
• Press [TIMER] on the remote control to display
the Timer Record List.
• Use […†] to select the program you want to
erase on the Timer Recorder List, then press
[GREEN] to cancel it.
Stopping a Timer Recording in
Progress
If the disc is damaged, the recording may not
complete successfully, even if the Check field
shows ‘Rec. OK‘.
RECORDING
Cancelling a Timer Recording (EPG)
• The ‘Lock Disc’ setting is set to YES.
• There are already 49 titles recorded on the disc.
Recording Priority
• Timer Recording and OTR (One Touch Record)
have the same priority but they have lower
priority than manual recording. During manual
recording, Timer Recording or OTR will be
ignored.
After a Timer Recording has started, you can still
stop the program by pressing [STOP].
For more details, Refer to ‘Stopping a Timer
Recording in progress’ on page 48.
It is not possible to extend the recording duration
time of the timer recording set using the EPG
application timer setting.
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Recording from an External Input
Recording from External Components
Recording from a Digital Camcorder
You can record from an external component, such
as a camcorder, VCR or Digital Camera, connected
to any of the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder’s external
inputs.
You can record from a digital camcorder connected
to the DV IN jack on the front panel of the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
1 Make sure the component you want to record
from is connected properly to the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder; see pages 16~19.
1 Make sure your digital camcorder is connected to
the front panel DV IN jack; see page 19.
2 Press [INPUT] to select the DV input.
2 Use [CH+/–] or [INPUT] to select the external input
DV Input screen appears. Then, if you select
'Yes', it will be changed to DV input.
3 Load a recordable disc if you are recording onto
3 Find the place on the camcorder tape from which
to record from.
a DVD. And then select DVD to record.
you want to start recording.
When you load a new, blank recordable disc
(DVD±RW, DVD±R), the recorder will take a
moment to initialize it for recording.
For best results, pause playback at the point
you want to start recording.
4 Set the desired Recording mode by pressing [REC
MODE] repeatedly.
Available disc space will be displayed by
selecting recording mode. For further details
refer to pages 27 & 46.
5 Press [REC (●)] once.
Recording will start. The REC indicator lights on
the front display panel .
Recording continues until you press [STOP] or
the disc is full.
To record for a fixed length of time, see ‘One
Touch Record‘ on page 46.
6 Press [STOP (■)] to stop recording.
• If your source is copy-protected, you will not be
able to record it using the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder. See ‘Copyright Notice‘ on page 9 for
more details.
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4 Press [REC] once to start recording.
Recording is automatically paused if the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder detects no signal. You can
pause or stop the recording by pressing
[PLAY/PAUSE] or [STOP].
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Dubbing
Dubbing will copy the selected titles (+VR format)
with the same properties (title name, duration,
index picture, chapter mark) in HDD Videos to
DVD or vice versa.
The Media BROWSER can not be activated in the
middle of dubbing, that means play, stop, any edits
does not work.
Dubbing from HDD to DVD
5 To select further titles to Dub, press the […†]
buttons on the remote to move the yellow
highlight to the next recording you wish to Dub.
Press [OK].
6 Repeat step 4. Once all the recordings have been
selected go to step 7. However, if you wish to Dub
further recordings repeat steps 5 and 6.
7 Once you have chosen all the recordings you wish
1 Prior to selecting titles for dubbing, you need to
insert a recordable disc into the tray.
The DVD+HDD Combination may take a few
moments to format the disc if it is used for the
first time, determine compatibility and free
recordable space. During this time you can
watch or change TV channels and also adjust
volumes.
to Dub, press [OK]. The yellow highlight will now be
around the word ‘Remove’. Using the […†] buttons
on the remote, move the yellow highlight down to
‘Start Dub’. Press [OK].
8 On the screen you will now be given a choice to
Dub or not to Dub. Using the […†] buttons on the
remote, select ‘Yes’ and press [OK] to start
Dubbing.
2 Press [MENU] on the remote, the yellow highlight
is around “HDD Playlist”. Press [OK]. On the
screen you will see your HDD Playlist. Using the
[…†] buttons on the remote, select the
recording you wish to Dub to DVD. Once the
yellow highlight is around the recording you
wish to Dub. Press [OK].
Main Menu
HDD Dub Mode
004
BBC ONE
13 Dec 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
005
BBC News
21 Dec 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
006
Channel 4
13 Dec 2006 07:20
HQ OHr 15Min
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
Ok
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
Add
Remove All
Start Dub
Copy: 3 Items
HDD Dub Mode
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
HDD Playlist
HDD to DVD Dubbing
No
Yes
HDD Media
This will dub 3 title(s). The Timeshift
buffer will stop. Continue?
DVD Playlist
HDD Playlist
Ok
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
Play
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Delete
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Sort
003
Channel 4
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Ok
Select Menu Exit
Back
Return
Edit
Dubbing
Free Space
HDD ➝ DVD Dubbing
Ok
Select
Menu
Exit
3 On the right hand side of the screen, the yellow
highlight will be around the word ‘Play’. Using
the […†] buttons on the remote move the
yellow highlight down to ‘Dubbing’. Press
[OK].
4 The yellow highlight will now be around the
word ‘Add’. Press [OK].
You may wish to remove a recording after you
have added it to your dubbing list.
To do this, use the […†] buttons on the remote to
move the yellow highlight around the recording
you wish to remove. Press [OK]. On the right side
of the screen the yellow highlight will be around
the word ‘Remove’. Press [OK] to remove this
recording. To remove all recordings from the
dubbing list, use the […†] buttons on the remote
control until the yellow highlight is around
‘Remove all’ and press [OK].
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Dubbing
Dubbing from DVD to HDD
1 Press [MENU] on the remote, the yellow highlight
is around ‘HDD Playlist’. Using the […†] buttons
highlight the words ‘DVD Playlist’. Press [OK].
2 On the screen you will see your DVD Playlist.
Using the […†] buttons on the remote, select
the recording you wish to Dub to HDD. Once
the yellow highlight is around the recording you
wish to Dub, press [OK].
Main Menu
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HDD Playlist
8 On the screen you will now be given a choice to
Dub or not to Dub. Using the […†] buttons on
the remote select ‘Yes’ and press [OK] to start
Dubbing.
DVD Dub Mode
004
TITLE CH7
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005
TITLE CH5
13 Sep 2006 11:10
HQ OHr 2Min
006
TITLE CH9
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HQ OHr 2Min
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Add
Remove All
Start Dub
Copy: 3 Items
HDD Media
Ok
DVD Playlist
DVD Playlist
Ok
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TITLE CH7
13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
Delete
002
TITLE CH5
13 Sep 2006 11:10
HQ OHr 2Min
Overwrite
003
TITLE CH9
13 Sep 2006 10:20
HQ OHr 2Min
001
Ok
Select
Menu
DVD Dub Mode
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DVD to HDD Dubbing
No
This will dub 3 title(s). The Timeshift
buffer will stop. Continue?
Yes
Play
Edit
Dubbing
Ok
Select Menu Exit
Back
Exit
DVD ➝ HDD Dubbing
3 On the right hand side of the screen, the yellow
highlight will be around the word ‘Play’. Using
the […†] buttons on the remote, move the
yellow highlight down to ‘Dubbing’. Press
[OK].
4 The yellow highlight will now be around the
word ‘Add’. Press [OK].
5 To select further titles to Dub, press the […†]
buttons on the remote to move the yellow
highlight to the next recording you wish to Dub.
Press [OK].
6 Repeat step 4. Once all the recordings have been
selected go to step 7. However, if you wish to
Dub further recordings repeat steps 5 and 6.
7 Once you have chosen all the recordings you
wish to Dub, press [OK]. The yellow highlight will
now be around the word ‘Remove’. Using the
[…†] buttons on the remote, move the yellow
highlight down to ‘Start Dub’. Press [OK].
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Media files Copying
Copying and Editing media files
(DVD, HDD, USB)
Copying will copy the media files (jpg, mp3, DivX) in
HDD Media to DVD, or vice versa.
HDD Media to HDD Media copy (or DVD to DVD) is also
available.
In case of USB Media copy only USB to HDD/DVD copy
is available.
If you want to copy media files on your DVD to HDD,
these files will be saved in each category (HDD
Pictures, Music, DivX) of HDD Media and they cannot
be saved in HDD Video.
The folders in the HDD media browser can be viewed in
any category, however the files must be viewed or played
in their specialist player or media browser.
JPEG picture files in HDD Pictures
MP3 music files in HDD Music
DivX video files in HDD DivX
The same methods of viewing/playback apply to media
files stored on DVD or USB as well.
If you want to copy media files in HDD Media to your DVD,
Disc recorded with DVD Video format cannot be supported.
Media BROWSER can not be activated in the middle of
Copying, that means play, stop, any edits do not work.
1 Press [MENU], then main menu appears.
2 Select 'HDD Media' by using […†]. Press [OK] to
enter the HDD Media Browser (or DVD, USB Media
Browser)
Use […†] to select HDD Pictures, HDD Music or
HDD Divx , then press [OK]. The same method
applies if DVD or USB Media is selected.
Main Menu
Create Folder
Delete Folder
Copy Folder
Rename
/
18 /
Music /
Picture /
18 (01)
Select the title you want to copy using […†]. Then
select 'Edit‘ using […†] and press [OK].
HDD Music
Play
View Info
Edit
/
18 /
Music /
Picture /
18 (01)
HDD Music
/MP3/
/Music
(2005oooo/leej.mp3
(2005oooo/leej.mp3
(2005oooo/leej.mp3
(2005oooo/leej.mp3
(2005oooo/leej.mp3
Edit Folder
Delete
Copy
Create Folder
Rename
Stop
4 Select 'Copy‘ using […†] and press [OK].
Using the same procedure as Dubbing, repeat
the process; select the titles using […†] and
press [OK] to select ‘Add’. You can add as many
titles as you want. Press [OK]. ‘Media Copy’
screen will appear.
titles you want to copy, and then 'Copy
Destination' appears.
HDD Playlist
6 Select the media you want to copy to and press
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[OK].
Copy Destination
/
HDD Pictures 11
HDD DivX
4
HDD Media
DVD Media
Start Copy
Create Folder
Copy : 3Items
14Mb
12174Mb
3
If you want to edit a folder including copy, select
the folder you want to edit using […†] and press
[RED].
Ok
Select
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HDD Music
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- Create Folder : Create folder where you want
- Delete Folder : Delete the folder you selected.
- Copy Folder : Copy folders including all files in
the folder.
- Rename Folder
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HDD Playback and Editing
This section explains various functions of HDD editing.
- Start Copy : Copy to the media immediately
after confirmation message.
- Create folder : Create folder in the media you
want to copy to.
1
2
Press [MENU] to enter the Main menu browser.
Select ‘HDD Playlist‘ and press [OK] then ‘HDD
Playlist’ screen appears.
7 After selecting the destination to be copied, select
Main Menu
'Start Copy’ by using [RED] button and press [OK].
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HDD Playlist
Copy Destination
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Media Copy
No
This will copy 4 title(s). Please note
some of these files will be overwritten,
Continue?
Yes
HDD Media
DVD Playlist
HDD Playlist
Ok
Select 'YES' and press [OK] to confirm, the Copy
process will be started.
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001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Delete
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Sort
003
Channel 4
13 Sep 2006 07:20
HQ OHr 15Min
HDD Media Copy
Edit
Dubbing
Free Space
90%
Ok
Select
Menu
Exit
Whole copy process is displayed on the upper
side.
HDD Media Copy finished
Playing a HDD title
Follow these instructions to play back a scene from
the Title List.
• To format a DVD±RW disc that contains
media files(mp3, jpg,Divx), press [DISC OP]
and select ERASE DISC MENU. Then select
[YES] and press [OK]. The disc format will be
started.(refer to page 62)
• When the copy process is completed, the tray
will open automatically.
• Do not remove USB device during playback or
media copy. It may cause the USB device and
the HDD/DVD recorder to malfunction.
• Timeshifting Buffer will stop during MP3
playback, JPG playback and DivX playback.
• A disc you made using the MEDIA COPY
function of this DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder
may not be played in other Brand’s DVD
players due to compatibility.
3
4
Select the title to playback using [… †].
Press [OK] to select ‘Play‘. Press [OK] to play
the title.
Or press [PLAY/PAUSE] to play the title.
5
To stop playback at any time, press [STOP].
Then it will return to media browser.
6
To leave the media browser mode, press
[MENU].
Still Picture and Frame-by-Frame Playback,
Fast Forward/Backward, Slow Motion,
Zoom, A-B, Selecting Titles
Same with ‘DVD Playback’. (Fast rewind : x4, x8,
x16, x32)
Repeat
While playing the HDD, each press of the [REPEAT]
button changes the repeat mode as follows:
Chapter ➝ Title ➝ off ➝ Chapter ...
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HDD Playback and Editing
Editing a HDD title
1
2
Press [MENU] to enter the Main menu browser.
Renaming (Labeling) a Title
Select ‘HDD Playlist‘ and press [OK] then ‘HDD
Playlist’ screen appears.
Follow these instructions to rename a title list
name,i.e., to edit the title of a recorded program.
Main Menu
HDD Playlist
HDD Media
DVD Playlist
HDD Playlist
Ok
3
Select the title to be labeled using [… †] and
press [OK].
4
5
6
7
8
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
003
Channel 4
13 Sep 2006 07:20
HQ OHr 15Min
Play
Delete
Edit
Sort
Dubbing
Free Space
90%
Select
Ok
Menu
9
Exit
Deleting a HDD title
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
Select ‘Name’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to change the title name.
The Keyboard Menu will be displayed. Use [œ
√…†] to select a character or function and
press [OK].
- CLEAR: Clear all
- BACK: Clears the last character
After the new title name is complete, press
[RED] and select 'SAVE'.Then press [OK].
HDD Playlist
Follow these instructions to delete a title from the
Title List.
001
3
Select the title to be erased using [… †] and
press [OK].
002
4
5
6
Then select ‘Delete‘ using [… †].
003
Press [OK] to erase the title.
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Delete
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
Sort
Edit
HDD Playlist
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Name
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Protect
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Video Edit
Ok
Select 'Yes' and press [OK] to confirm.
Combine
Parent Lock
HDD Playlist
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
90%
BBC News
Play
Save
Delete
Cancel
Select
Edit
Sort
EDITING
001
Free Space
HDD Edit Name
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Dubbing
003
Free Space
HDD Playlist
Ok
Select
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Delete Title
No
Are you sure you want to delete this title?
Channel 4
Date - 13 Sep 2006
Time - 07:20
Duration - 0Hr 15Min
Quality - HQ
Yes
Ok
Select Menu Exit
Back
90%
Save/ Cancel
Ok
Select
Free Space
90%
Return
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HDD Playback and Editing
Protecting a Title
Combining two titles
If you want to protect a title from accidental
recording, editing, or erasing, you can protect the
title. Later, if you change your mind, you can
unprotect the title.
Follow these instructions to combine two titles.
3
Select the title to be protected using [… †]
and press [OK].
4
5
6
7
8
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
9
To ‘Unprotect’ the title, follow the same
procedure as the Protecting a Title.
3
Select the title to be combined using [… †]
and press [OK].
4
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] and press [OK] to go
to submenu.
5
Select ‘Combine’ using [… †] . Press [OK].
Combine icon will appear at the top of title
number.
6
Select another title using [… †] and press
[OK].
7
Select ‘Start Combine’ using [… †] and press
[OK]. Selected two titles are combined one.
8
To cancel the combine, select ‘Cancel’ and
press [OK] or press [BACK].
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
Select ‘Protect’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to protect the title.
Protect icon will appear at the bottom of title
number.
HDD Playlist
HDD Playlist
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002
001
Play
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
001
Delete
Ok
Edit
HDD Playlist
Sort
Dubbing
HDD Playlist
003
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Ok
Name
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Name
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Unprotect
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Video Edit
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001
Play
Delete
002
Edit
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Combine
Protect
rent Lock
Combine
HDD Playlist
Video Edit
Parent Lock
Channel 4
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
003
Channel 4
13 Sep 2006 07:20
HQ OHr 15Min
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
001
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Channel 4
13 Sep 2006 07:20
HQ OHr 15Min
003
Ok
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Select
Menu
Play
90%
Return
Delete
Return
Free Space
90%
Edit
Sort
Dubbing
Free Space
90%
Exit
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Select Menu Exit
90%
Cancel
Free Space
HDD Playlist
Free Space
Start Combine
Back
Return
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HDD Playback and Editing
Editing a Title
3 Select the title to be edited using [… †] and
• Split Title :
press [OK].
4
5
6
7
8
Use to divide the title into two separate
titles. Press [OK] at the point where you want
to divide the title into two separate titles.
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
Select ‘Video Edit’ using [… †] .
•
Press [OK] to go to HDD Edit menu.
The HDD Edit Menu will be displayed.
• Title :
The title you want to edit.
• Chapter :
•
Please note that any edits made will not be in
effect until [MENU] or [STOP] button is pressed.
During this time, the HDD/DVD Recorder will
update the title with the edits made. Once the
update is complete, the edits will be available the
next time the title edited is played back.
Press [MENU] or [STOP] to exit from editing
menu.
Select the chapter you want to edit using [œ
√].
• Edit Chapters :
Use to create, delete and edit chapter markers
in the title. Use the cursor button to choose one
of the following options :
Add : creates a new chapter marker at the point
in the title where [OK] is pressed.
Delete : when [OK] is pressed, deletes the
current chapter markers.
Delete all : when [OK] is pressed, deletes all
chapter markers within the title.
• Hide Chapter :
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
001
Delete
Edit
002
HDD Playlist
003
Ok
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Name
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Protect
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Video Edit
Combine
Parent Lock
Channel 4
13 Sep 2006 07:20
003
HDD Edit Navigator
HQ OHr 15Min
Title
ChapterOk
œ
1/2
Select Menu Exit 1/8
Edit Chapters
Free Space
90%
√
Back
Return
Add
Hide Chapter
Edit Thumbnail
Split Title
Press < > To Change Title
EDITING
Use to hide or unhide chapter markers in the
title. Depending on whether a chapter is
currently hidden or unhidden, one of the
following options will be available :
Hide : press [OK] to hide the current chapter
during playback.
Unhide : press [OK] to unhide the current
chapter during playback.
HDD Playlist
Note : You can use this feature to remove commercials
during playback by inserting chapter markers at the
start and end of a commercial interruption and hiding
the chapter created.
• Edit Thumbnail :
Creates a new Thumbnail at the point in the
title where [OK] is pressed.
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HDD Playback and Editing
HDD Parental Lock
HDD Playlist
This menu will appear only when it’s set to 'On' in
'Setup - Preferences - Parental Controls - Set HDD
Parental Lock' menu.
When you lock a program, the parental password
selected in the Setup menu will be used.
The user will be asked to Unlock the program before
Play or any Edit or Dubbing operation.
3
Select the title to be locked using [… †] and
press [OK]. Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
4
5
6
7
8
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
9
To ‘Unlock’ the title, select ‘Unlock’ in step 5.
Select ‘Parental Lock’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to lock the title.
If you enter the password, the title is locked.
Lock icon ‘
number.
’ will appear in bottom of Title
HDD Playlist
001
002
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Play
Delete
Edit
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Sort
Dubbing
Sorting a HDD title
Follow these instructions to sort a title from the
Title List by varying the order.
3
4
5
6
7
Select the title to be sorted using […†] and
press [OK].
Select the desired sort option using […†].
Press [OK] to sort the list.
• Record Date : sorts by record date.
• Alphabetical : sorts by alphabetical order.
• Delete Order : sorts by record date and
displays protected titles at the end.
• Protected : sorts by protected titles.
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001
Delete
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Sort
Edit
HDD Playlist
003
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001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Record Date
Alphabetical
Ok
Delete Order
Protected
Dubbing a HDD title to DVD disc
Follow these instructions to copy the title(s)
selected with the same properties (title name,
duration, index picture, Lock, Chapter Mark)
information over to DVD.
3
Select the title to be dubbed […†] and press
[OK].
4
5
6
Then select ‘Dubbing‘ using […†].
Press [OK] to go to ‘HDD Dub Mode’ menu.
The ‘HDD Dub Mode’ Menu will be displayed.
For more detailed information about ‘HDD to
DVD Dubbing’ procedure, go to page 51.
HDD Playlist
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Play
001
BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Delete
002
BBC News
21 Sep 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
Sort
Edit
Dubbing
003
HDD Dub Mode
Then select ‘Sort‘ using […†].
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
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BBC ONE
13 Sep 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
Ok
004
BBC ONE
13 Dec 2006 13:44
HQ OHr 2Min
005
BBC News
21 Dec 2006 17:19
HQ OHr 10Min
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Add
Remove All
Start Dub
Copy: 3 Items
006
Format Hard Disk
This feature enables you to erase the entire content
of the HDD. Please proceed with caution, as this
process is irreversible.
Please refer to page 34.
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Disc Playback and Editing
This section explains edit functions for the entire disc and for the titles in the disc.
This recorder offers various edit options for various
disc types. Before you edit, check the disc type in
the front panel display, and select the option
available for your disc.
DVD Playlist
You may lose the edited contents if you remove the
disc or a timer recording starts while editing.
1
2
Delete Title
No
Are you sure you want to delete this title?
TITLE
Date - 13 Sep 2006
Time - 07:20
Duration - 0Hr 15Min
Quality - SP
Yes
Press [MENU] to go to ‘Main Menu’ menu.
Ok
Select the ‘DVD Playlist’ using […†] and press
[OK] then ‘DVD Playlist’ screen appears.
Main Menu
Editing a DVD title
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HDD Playlist
Renaming (Labeling) a Title
HDD Media
Follow these instructions to rename a title list
name,i.e., to edit the title of a recorded program.
DVD Playlist
DVD Playlist
Ok
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001
TITLE CH7
13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
Delete
002
TITLE CH5
13 Sep 2006 11:10
HQ OHr 2Min
Overwrite
003
TITLE CH9
13 Sep 2006 10:20
HQ OHr 2Min
Ok
Select
Menu
Select Back Return
3
Select the title to be labeled using [… †] and
press [OK].
4
5
6
7
8
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
Play
Edit
Dubbing
Exit
Playing a DVD title
3
Use […†] to select the desired title you wish to
play.
4
5
Press [OK] twice to playback it.
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
Select ‘Name’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to change the title name.
The Keyboard Menu will be displayed.
Use [œ √…†] to select a character or
function and press [OK].
- CLEAR: Clear all
- BACK: Clears the last character
9
After the new title name is complete, select
‘SAVE’ and press [OK].
To exit playback mode, press [MENU].
DVD Playlist
Follow these instructions to delete a title from the
Title List.
3
Select the title to be erased using [… †] and
press [OK].
4
5
6
Then select ‘Delete‘ using [… †].
Play
Delete
Edit
TITLE CH5
DVD Playlist
001
TITLE CH7
13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
EDITING
001
Deleting a DVD title
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TITLE CH7
13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
00:00 Sun 07 Jan
Name
Video Edit
DVD Edit Name
TITLE
Save
Cancel
Press [OK] to erase the title.
Select 'Yes' and press [OK] to confirm.
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Disc Playback and Editing
Editing a Title
When you insert a DVD±R or DVD±RW disc already
recorded by your HDD/DVD Recorder, you can edit
the titles and chapters in a variety of ways.
3
Select the title to be edited using [… †] and
press [OK].
4
5
6
7
8
Select ‘Edit’ using [… †] .
Press [OK] to go to submenu.
Select ‘Video Edit’ using [… †] .
Note : You can use this feature to remove
commercials during playback by inserting chapter
markers at the start and end of a commercial
interruption and hiding the chapter created.
• Edit Thumbnail :
Creates a new Thumbnail at the point in the
title where [OK] is pressed.
• Split Title :
Use to divide the title into two separate titles.
Press [OK] at the point where you want to divide
the title into two separate titles.
Press [OK] to go to DVD Edit menu.
The DVD Edit Menu will be displayed.
• Title and Chapter:
When you insert a DVD±R or DVD±RW disc
already recorded by your HDD/DVD Recorder,
all recorded titles on the disc appear on your
screen. If a selected title has chapters, you can
skip to the next or previous chapter by pressing
[NEXT] or [PREV]. You can also see how many
chapters are in a title by pressing [INFO] during
playback.
- Use […/†] to select ‘Title’ or ‘Chapter’.
- Use [œ/√] to select the desired chapter
number.
• Split Title may take several minutes.
• After editing is complete, a DVD-RW,DVD±R
disc will not be compatible with other DVD
players until you make the disc compatible; see
page 62.
Main Menu
HDD Playlist
HDD Media
DVD Playlist
DVD Playlist
Ok
001
• Edit Chapters :
Use to create, delete and edit chapter markers
in the title. Use the cursor button to choose one
of the following options :
Add : creates a new chapter marker at the
point in the title where [OK] is pressed.
Delete : when [OK] is pressed, deletes the
current chapter marker.
Delete all : when [OK] is pressed, deletes all
chapter markers within the title.
• Hide Chapter :
Use to hide or unhide chapter markers in the
title. After hiding a chapter, the chapter is not
deleted but only hidden. Depending on whether
a chapter is currently hidden or unhidden, one
of the following options will be available :
Hide : press [OK] to hide the current chapter
during playback.
Unhide : press [OK] to unhide the current
chapter during playback.
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TITLE CH7
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SP OHr 2Min
Play
Delete
Edit
TITLE CH5
DVD Playlist
003
Ok
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TITLE CH7
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SP OHr 2Min
002
TITLE CH5
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HQ OHr 2Min
Name
Video Edit
DVD Edit Navigator
Title 003
Channel 4
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1/2
HQ OHr 15Min
Chapter
√
1/8
Edit Chapters
Add
Ok Select Menu Exit
Back
Hide Chapter
Edit Thumbnail
Split Title
Press < > To Change Title
Return
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Disc Media Operation
Overwrite and Append
Follow these instructions to overwrite a title or a
disc from the Title List.
3
Select the title to be re-written using [… †]
and press [OK].
4
5
6
Then select ‘Overwrite‘ using [… †].
Press [OK] to re-write the title.
Press [OK] to confirm.
If you want to re-write the defined title, select
‘Overwrite Title’. If you want to start recording
from the end of the title you selected, then
select ‘Append’.
DVD Playlist
001
002
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13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
Delete
TITLE CH5
13 Sep 2006 11:10
HQ OHr 2Min
Overwrite
DVD Playlist
001
TITLE CH7
13 Sep 2006 13:44
SP OHr 2Min
002
TITLE CH5
13 Sep 2006 11:10
HQ OHr 2Min
003
TITLE CH9
13 Sep 2006 10:20
HQ OHr 2Min
Play
Edit
Usage of DISC OP button for Disc
Media Operation
For recordable DVD media, such as DVD±R and
DVD±RW discs, you can manage the disc using the
Disc Operation.
The DVD±R DISC OP menu allows you to rename
your disc or finalise it so it will be compatible with
most other DVD players.
The DVD±RW DISC OP menu allows you to erase,
lock, or unlock your disc. You can also make it
compatible with most other DVD players.
Disc Information
1 Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
2 The ‘Disc Information’ screen shows you disc
information, such as disc type, number of
recording, free space, locked and compatible.
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Disc Operation
Ow Disc
Append
Disc Type
As overwriting function may take several minutes to
finish and save recording, we recommend to delete
the title and record manually.
Num Recordings
Free Space
+RW
16
41%
Locked
No
Compatible
Yes
Press < > To Choose Disc Operation.
EDITING
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Disc Media Operation
Erase the disc (DVD±RW)
1 Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
2 Use [œ/√] to select ‘Erase Disc‘ menu. Then
press […] or [†].
3
If you want to erase the whole disc, select
‘Yes’ by using [œ/√]. To confirm, select ‘Yes‘.
To cancel, select ‘No‘. If you select ‘Yes‘ and
press [OK], all the contents of the disc will be
lost.
Disc Operation
Are you sure you want to
erase this disc?
œ
No
4
You can change the disc status by selecting
‘Yes‘ by using [œ/√] and press [OK]. The
‘Changing Disc Status’ bar will appear. This
process takes a few seconds.
5
After the process is finished, the recorder goes
to the ‘Information’ menu automatically.
Edit Disc Name
You can rename your disc to any name you choose.
The default disc name is ‘MY DVD‘.
1
2
Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
3
If you want to change the disc name, select
‘Yes‘ by using [œ/√] and pressing [OK].
√
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Edit Disc Name‘ menu.
Then press […] or [†].
Disc Operation
Press <OK> To Confirm.
Do you want to edit the disc
name?
DVD±R discs cannot be locked (unlocked) or
erased.
œ
Yes
√
Edit Disc Title
MY DVD
Lock/Unlock the disc (DVD±RW)
If you want to protect a disc from accidental recording,
editing, or erasing, you can lock the disc. Later, if you
change your mind, you can unlock the disc.
1
2
3
Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Lock/Unlock Disc‘ menu.
Then press […] or [†].
You can see the current disc status (Locked or
Unlocked).
Save
4
5
Cancel
The Keyboard Menu appears.
Use [œ √…†] to select and press [OK] to
enter the name of the disc.
• On the remote control
Disc Operation
œ, √, …,† : Moves the cursor to the desired
position.
This disc is unlocked, do you
want to lock it?
œ
No
OK: enter the name
√
• On the typing screen
CLEAR: Clear all
BACK: Clears the last character.
Press <OK> To Confirm.
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Press [RED] to save.
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Disc Media Operation
If ‘Lock Disc’ is set to ‘Yes’ in the DISC Operation
menu, you cannot rename your disc; see page 61.
Finalise Disc (DVD-RW, DVD±R)
Finalising a DVD±R (or DVD-RW) ‘locks’ its
recordings permanently so the disc can be played
on most standard DVD players or computers
equipped with DVD-ROM drives.
1
2
Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
3
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Yes‘. Press [OK] to make
the disc compatible.
4
After the process is finished, the recorder goes
to the ‘Information’ menu automatically.
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Finalise Disc‘ menu for a
DVD±R (or DVD-RW). Then press […] or [†].
'Make Compatible' for a DVD+RW will
automatically create a menu screen for navigating
the disc. This function is accessible by pressing
[DISC OP].
1
2
Press [DISC OP] to go to ‘Disc Operation’ mode.
3
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Yes‘ and press [OK] to
make the disc compatible.
4
After the process is finished, the recorder goes
to the ‘Information’ menu automatically.
Use [œ/√] to select ‘Make Compatible‘ menu
for a DVD+RW. Then press […] or [†].
Disc Operation
Are you sure you want to make
this disc edit compatible?
Disc Operation
Are you sure you want to finalise
this disc?
Make Compatible
œ
Yes
œ
Yes
√
√
Press <OK> To Confirm.
Press <OK> To Confirm.
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EDITING
• Once you have finalised a DVD±R (or DVD-RW)
disc, you cannot edit or record anything else on
that disc.
• It may take over 7 minutes for finalizing the edited
disk, you must wait till the set finishes the
finalizing operation.
• ‘Make Compatible’ can take up to 3-4 minutes
depending on the type of disc, how much is
recorded on the disc, and the number of titles
on the disc.
• If you do not make your DVD+RW disc
compatible, your edits may not be recognized
by other DVD players.
• Some DVD+RW discs may be manufactured as
edit compatible. In this case, you will see a
message saying ‘Disc already edit compatible.
It should play on your DVD player’.
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Troubleshooting
Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting customer support.
Symptom
Cause
No power.
The power cord is disconnected.
No picture.
The TV is not set to receive DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder signal output.
No sound.
The video cable is not connected
securely.
The TV power is turned off.
The equipment connected with the
audio cable is not set to receive DVBT HDD/DVD Recorder signal output.
The audio cables are not connected
securely.
The power on the equipment
connected with the audio cable is
turned off.
The audio cables are damaged.
The disc is dirty.
No disc is inserted.
Solution
Plug the power cord into the wall outlet
securely.
Select the appropriate video input on the
TV so the picture from the DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder appears on the TV screen.
Connect the video cable securely.
Turn on the TV.
Select the correct input mode on the audio
receiver so you can listen to the sound
from the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
Connect the audio cables securely.
Turn on the equipment connected with the
audio cable.
Replace with new ones.
Clean the disc.
Insert a disc. (Check that the disc
indicator on the front panel display is lit.)
An unplayable disc is inserted.
Insert a playable disc. (Check the disc
type, color system, and regional code.)
The disc is placed upside down.
Place the disc with the playback side
down.
The disc is not placed within the
Place the disc on the disc tray correctly
guide.
inside the guide.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
The Parental Control level is set.
Cancel the Parental Control function or
change the rating level.
The video signal from the external
You cannot connect via the DVB-T
Picture from external
component is copy-protected.
HDD/DVD Recorder. Connect the
input is distorted.
component directly to your TV.
Some channels are skipped The skipped channels were deleted
Use the ‘Adjust Channels’ feature to
over when using [PR+/–].
with the ‘Adjust Channels’ feature.
restore channels.
Picture or sound of
Antenna or cables are loose.
Tighten connections or replace cable.
broadcasting channel is Wrong Tuning Band is selected in the
Try all ‘Auto Tune options; see page 24 for
weak or missing.
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder Setup menu. details.
Camcorder image not
Turn camcorder on and operate properly.
Camcorder is off.
shown.
Camcorder image via A/V The DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder’s
Use [INPUT] to select AV input channel
input to DVB-T HDD/DVD source is not set to AV, AVF, or DV.
(AV, AVF, or DV).
Recorder is not shown on
TV screen.
Can’t play disc recorded The disc was not finalised (or not made Finalise the disc; see page 62.
on this DVB-T HDD/DVD compatible if using a DVD+RW).
No solution.
Recorder on another DVD Some players will not play even a
finalised disc.
player.
Discs recorded with copy-once
No solution.
material cannot be played on other
players.
Playback picture is poor.
DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder does not start
playback.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cannot record or did not
record successfully.
Timer Recording not
possible.
Stereo Audio Record
and/or Playback not
present.
Remote control does not
work properly.
Cause
Solution
The remaining blank space on the
disc is insufficient.
The source you are trying to record is
copy-protected.
When setting the recording channel,
the channel is tuned on your TV’s
tuner.
Clock in DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is
not set to correct time.
Timer has been programmed
incorrectly.
TIMER indicator light does not appear
after programming timer.
TV is not Stereo-compatible.
Broadcast program is not in stereo
format.
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder A/V Out
jacks are not connected to TV A/V In
jacks.
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder Audio/Video
Out is not selected for viewing at the TV.
Use another disc.
The remote control is not pointed at
the remote sensor of the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
The remote control is too far from the
DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
There is an obstacle in the path of the
remote control and the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder.
Point the remote control at the remote
sensor of the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder.
The batteries in the remote control are
dead.
Replace the batteries.
You cannot record the source.
Select the channel on the DVB-T
HDD/DVD Recorder’s built-in TV tuner.
Set clock to correct time. See ‘Set Clock‘
on page 26.
Reprogram Timer. See ‘Timer Recording‘
on page 47~49.
Reprogram Timer.
No solution.
No solution.
Make A/V connections. Stereo is available
only via A/V output from DVB-T HDD/DVD
Recorder.
Select AUX or A/V source as TV input.
Operate the remote control within 23 ft
(7m).
Remove the obstacle.
RESET : If the set is in malfunctions, unplug the power cord, and then plug it in after 5 seconds. As this set is a
Digital Multimedia Product, malfunction may occur.
Moisture Condensation
In locations where moisture condensation may occur:
When the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder is moved
from a cold place to a warm place.
Keep the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder plugged into an
AC power outlet with the power on. This will help
prevent condensation.
Under extremely humid conditions.
When condensation has occurred, wait a few hours for
the DVB-T HDD/DVD Recorder to dry before using it.
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Moisture condensation can occur:
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Technical Specifications
General
DVD Specifications
Power requirements 220–240V~, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption 42W
Dimensions(approx.) 435 x 55 x 353 mm (w x h x d)
Mass (approx.)
Net : 4.3kg Gross : 5.6kg
Operating temperature
41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C)
Operating humidity
5% to 90%
Signal system
PAL Colour
Frequency response
Recording
Antenna In/Out
Video In
Audio In
DV IN
Recording formats
Recordable discs
Recordable time
DVD Video Recording, DVDVIDEO
DVD±R, DVD±RW
[DVD] (Approx.) 1 hour (HQ
mode), 2 hours (SP mode), 4
hours (EP mode), 6 hours (SLP
mode)
Video recording format
Sampling frequency
Compression format
27MHz
MPEG 2
Audio recording format
Sampling frequency
Compression format
48kHz
MPEG1 Layer2
HDD Specifications
Capacity
106GB (1platter)
RPM
7200 RPM
Start Time
8 sec ( 15 sec max )
Stop time
12 sec ( 20 sec max )
HDD Recording Capacity (160GB) (Approx.)
HQ : 9.5 Mbps, 32Hr, SP : 5.1
Mbps, 66Hr, EP : 2.5 Mbps,
128Hr, SLP : 1.7 Mbps, 195Hr
(80GB) (Approx.)
HQ : 9.5 Mbps, 16Hr, SP : 5.1
Mbps, 33Hr, EP : 2.5 Mbps,
64Hr, SLP : 1.7 Mbps, 97Hr
Frequency range
20Hz to 20 KHz
Video S/N
Over 60 dB
Audio S/N
Over 90 dB
Resolution
Over 500 lines (HQ Recording)
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Video S/N
Audio S/N
Harmonic distortion
Dynamic range
Resolution
DVD (PCM 48 kHz): 8 Hz to 22
kHz, CD: 8 Hz to 20 kHz
More than 60 dB
More than 90 dB
Less than 0.04%
More than 90 dB
Over 500 lines (HQ Recording)
Inputs
USB IN
U/V-mixed; 75 Ω unbalanced
1.0 Vp-p, unbalanced
-8.8 dBm
4pin (i.LINK/IEEE 1394
standard)
USB 1.1
Outputs
Video output
Video output terminal, 1.0 Vp-p,
unbalanced, RGB output (75Ω
in load, R : 0.7Vp-p, G : 0.7Vp-p,
B : 0.7Vp-p)
Audio output
Audio output terminal (2
kinds), 2Vrms (DVD) Analog
audio output : 2.0Vrms,
Digital audio output : coaxial,
optical
S-Video output
1.0Vp-p, 75Ω unbalanced,
Mini DIN 4-pin x 1, C :
0.286Vp-p, 75Ω
Component Video output/Progressive Scan
(Y) 1.0Vp-p, 75 Ohm, negative
sync, RCA jack X 1, (Pb)/(Pr)
0.7Vp-p, 75 ohm , RCA jack X2
HDMI output
HDMI 1.0 compliant transmitter
Outputs 576p and 576i
Accessories
RF cable /Remote control/2 Batteries
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. ‘Dolby‘ and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
DTS and DTS Digital Out are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
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The information provided will be held on computer by the DAEWOO Registration Department of Domestic & General Insurance Co. Limited for the
provision of warranty insurance or product related purposes.
The information will not be disclosed to third parties, should you prefer not to receive product related details write to Domestic & General Insurance Co.
Limited, on the address overleaf.
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Please keep this with your purchase receipt, which will
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the guarantee period.
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INITIALS
YOUR 1ST YEAR
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On the expiry date of the manufacturer’s guarantee you will be sent details of our annual insurance plan but if you have already bought an extended
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DAEWOO GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
This product is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of
original purchase. Any defect that arises due to faulty
materials or workmanship will be repaired free of charge
during this period by the dealer from whom you purchased
the unit. The guarantee is subject to the following provisions.
The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse,
cabinet parts, knobs or consumable items such as batteries,
drive belts or bulbs.
The product must be correctly installed and operated in
accordance with the instructions contained in the manual. It
must be used solely for domestic purposes. For further
information regarding your guarantee please see the section at
the rear of your user manual.
The guarantee will be rendered invalid if the product is resold
or has been damaged by inexpert repair.
DAEWOO disclaims any liability for incidental or
consequential damages.
The guarantee is in addition to and does not diminish your
statutory or legal rights.
In the event of a breakdown please refer to your instruction
manual and check all plugs, fuses and electricity supply.
In the event of there being no breakdown you will be charged
for the repair.
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