Experience the magic of DVD Recording!

Experience the magic of DVD Recording!
DVD Recorder
Experience the magic of DVD Recording!
Now you can make your own DVDs, which will play on most DVD Players
Record your favourite TV programs and tapes on DVD
• Digital Video Recording for the ultimate picture quality
• RGB Component Video Input best analogue-to-digital recording quality
from set-top box
• Up to 8 hours recording per side
• Dolby Digital 2.0 encoder for perfect recording of stereo and Dolby Pro Logic audio
Share your favourite recordings
• Two-way Compatibility: The DVDs you create will play on DVD players
and PC drives
• Always compatible recordings: no choosing between (non) compatible discs
or rec modes
• Index Picture Screen: recorded DVD menu remains on disc, is recognized by others
Enjoy your favourite movies and music
• Plays DVD/CD/MP3/picture CDs
• Digital Audio Output: Coaxial connection for high quality audio output
DVD Recorder
Technical Specification
Product Highlights
Disc types
Timer Recording
DVD-Video,Video CD,
Super VCD, Audio CD,
MP3 CD, Picture CD,
1-month timer programming, 6 events
daily/weekly repeat recording
ShowView / Video Plus+ programming
NexTView Link
VPS/PDC recording control
Automatic Sat. recording from scart 2
Record modes
• Cinema Link
• Follow TV
• Direct Record
M1: 60 minutes
M2: 120 minutes
M2x: 150 minutes
M3: 180 minutes
M4: 240 minutes
M6: 360 minutes
M8: 480 minutes
Video Editing Functions
TV systems
Internal tuner:
Favorite Scene Selection
Automatic/Manual Chapter Marker insertion
Selectable Index Pictures
Selectable Background Picture
Fit to Space
Video Performance
Digital Photo Manager
AD Converter
DA Converter
10 bit, 54 MHz
10 bit, 54 MHz
• Create albums
• Edit picture (colours, filters)
• Zoom (2x, 4x, 6x), Rotate, Flip
Dolby Digital 2-channel
Dolby Digital, DTS,
MPEG2 Multichannel,
MPEG1 layer 3 (MP3),
On-Screen Display
Audio Performance
DA Converter
24 bit, 96 kHz
AD Converter
24 bit, 192 kHz
Signal / Noise (1kHz)
105 dB
Dynamic range (1kHz) 90 dB
Cross-talk (1kHz)
105 dB
Distortion / Noise (1kHz) 90 dB
Front Connections
• S-video in
• Video in
• Audio left/right in
Rear Connections
Scart 1 (cvbs, S-video/rgb out)
Scart 2 (cvbs, S-video/rgb in, decoder)
S-video out
Video out (cvbs)
Audio left/right out
Digital audio out (coaxial)
RF antenna in
RF TV out
English, French,
German, Dutch,
Spanish, Portuguese,
Italian, Swedish, Danish,
Norwegian, Finnish
Power Supply
• 200-240 V, 50/60 Hz
• 28 W power consumption (operation)
• 3 W power consumption (eco standby)
Dimensions (w x h x d) 435 x 65 x 285 mm
Net Weight
4.0 kg
Package Contents
DVD Recorder
Remote Control + batteries
Directions for use
Coax RF antenna cable
Date of issue December 15, 2003
Specifications are subject to change without notice
VIDEO Plus+ and SHOWVIEW are trademarks of
Gemstar Development Corp.
Dolby Digital and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing, Inc.
DTS is a trademark of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
2003 © Royal Philips Electronics – All rights
RGB Component Video Input
RGB Component Video is the inter-connection standard
for analog video with the highest quality -- sharper than
S-video and composite video. Philips DVD recorders
can record directly from RGB sources such as satellite
8 hours recording
The 8-hour record mode available on specific DVD
recorder models lets you record up to eight hours of
video on one single-sided DVD+RW/+R disc.
2- Channel Dolby Digital™ Recording
Dolby Digital™ is an advanced digital audio encoding
technology that is used on all DVD-Video discs. Philips
DVD Recorders store audio in the same format, so it
is fully compatible with any DVD player.The quality
surpasses that of analog video recorder.
Two-Way Compatibility
DVD Recorders can play regular DVD-Video discs, but
equally important is that DVD+R and DVD+RW discs
recorded on them can be played on existing DVD-Video
Index Picture Screen
The Index Picture Screen is a DVD menu created on
every DVD+RW/+R disc that is also accessible on
regular DVD players. It gives you an instant overview
and easy access, so you can directly see what’s on the
disc, navigate to the recording you want to see and
start playing – or record over it.
MP3- CD Playback
MP3 stands for “MPEG 1 Audio layer-3”.
MP3 is a revolutionary compression technology by
which large digital music files can be made up to
10 times smaller without radically degrading their
audio quality. MP3 has become the standard audio
compression format used on the world wide web,
allowing quick and easy audio file transfer.
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