Philips | DVDR9000H/97 | Philips Cineos Hard disk/DVD recorder DVDR9000H/97 Quick start guide

Philips Cineos Hard disk/DVD recorder DVDR9000H/97 Quick start guide
Connect
1
2
3
Set up
Select a Basic Connection
A
Note: Option 2 connection is only applicable for Australia
only.
A Press STANDBY-ON on the recorder.
Finding the viewing channel
Watch TV – Pause live TV
Your Philips Recorder allows you to control the TV
programme. You can PAUSE it as if you were in control
of the live broadcast.
The recorder will display ‘IS TV ON?’.
B Switch on the TV.
You should see the { EASY SETUP } menu.
Option 2: Connecting (with digital
terrestrial antenna - Australia only)
Option 1: Connecting
Television (rear)
A Turn on your recorder and press TUNER to switch
between analogue and digital tuner, then press
CH +/- to select a TV programme.
Television (rear)
C If not, press the Channel Down button on the TV’s
B
From an
off-air antenna
or cable box
off-air
antenna
C
VIDEO IN
(CVBS)
F
E
A
D
D
VIDEO IN
(CVBS)
1a
E
DVB-T
antenna
2a
1b
C
2b
off-air
antenna
remote control repeatedly (or AV, SELECT, °
button) until you see the menu. This is the correct
viewing channel for the recorder.
B
Start basic setup
Before Connecting
If your TV is currently connected to a VCR, you have to
unplug all the connections from your VCR and TV.
Your new Philips Recorder replaces the VCR for your
recording needs.
If you have an indoor DVB-T antenna, follow steps 1a
and 2a .
A Plug in the antenna cable to the
2a Connect the indoor DVB-T antenna cable to the
socket on this
recorder.
B Use the supplied RF coaxial cable to connect the
TV
socket on this recorder to the Antenna In
socket on the TV.
C Use a composite video (yellow) cable to connect the
VIDEO (CVBS) socket on this recorder to the
VIDEO IN socket on your TV.
D Use an audio cable (red/white) to connect the
OUT2 -AUDIO LR sockets on this recorder to
the AUDIO IN sockets on your TV.
E Plug in the power cable from the recorder to an AC
power outlet.
socket on
this recorder.
ANTENNA
socket on this recorder.
If you only have a single off-air antenna, follow steps 1b
and 2b .
1b Use the supplied Tuner interlink cable to connect
the two ‘A’-sockets on this recorder.
2b Plug in the off-air antenna cable to the ANTENNA
socket on this recorder.
TV
socket on this recorder to the Antenna In
socket on the TV.
D Use a composite video (yellow) cable to connect the
Note See the accompanying user manual for other
possible connections (e.g. HDMI, Component Video,
S-VIDEO)
VIDEO (CVBS) socket on this recorder to the
VIDEO IN socket on your TV.
E Use an audio cable (red/white) to connect the
OUT2 -AUDIO LR sockets on this recorder to
the AUDIO IN sockets on your TV.
F Plug in the power cable from the recorder to an AC
power outlet.
to continue.
Note When the recorder is turned on, the
programme you are watching will be stored in the
temporary hard disk storage. When you switch the
recorder to another input signal (e.g. CAM) or to
standby mode, the programme will be erased.
A Select the desired menu language, your country and
the TV shape.
Help text information bar
to go
This will take a few minutes to complete.
CHANNEL SEARCH
Automatic Channel search will find and store all channels.
Make sure to connect the antenna.
Channel Search
Start
Skip Search
OK
Note For Australia only, activate automatic channel
search for analogue and digital tuner/radio.
C Check the date and time and press .
D Select { Do not install now } in the menu and press
to complete the basic setup.
Easy setup completed. Continue with the GUIDE Plus+
installation?
C Use the supplied RF coaxial cable to connect the
to suspend it.
Use the recorder’s remote control and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
B Activate automatic channel search.
Before Connecting
B Press PAUSE
C Press PLAY
D Press TUNER to return to the live broadcast.
Note Select { Done } in the menu and press
to the next screen.
1a Plug in the off-air antenna cable to the
Enjoy
Continue
Donot install now
OK
OK
Disc tray will not open until setup is completed
Note Do not continue with the GUIDE Plus+
installation as this feature is not available at your area.
E Wait until the recorder has finished initialising the
system, then press
again.
The help text bar located at the bottom of the screen is
providing the information on:
l remote control keys that can be used at the current
state.
l brief information of the selected item.
HDD & DVD Player / Recorder
Enjoy
3
Record to hard disk
A Contents in the temporary HDD
Start playback
A From the hard disk
DVDR9000H
Quick Start Guide
storage
A Press INFO
to see what is temporarily stored
in the hard disk storage.
B Press S up or T down to choose the title you
want to record.
C Press RECORD
to record the title.
1
2
3
A Press HDD-BROWSER
, then press NEXT
X until you see the { TITLES } and { INFO } menus.
B Press S up or T down to select a title.
C Press PLAY
to start playback.
Note The title will be marked in red and the
recording will only take effect when you turn off the
recorder.
B
From a disc
Connect
Set up
Enjoy
A Hold down STOP
B
Current TV programme
A Press RECORD
until the disc tray opens.
Load a disc and close the disc tray.
What’s in the box?
to start recording. It can
record up to 6 hours.
Note To set the recording time, press RECORD
repeatedly to extend the recording time in 30minute increments, up to 6 hours.
B Press STOP
Record
Mode
HQ
SP
SPP
LP
EP
SLP
SEP
to stop the recording immediately.
Hours of recordings can be stored on the Ł
HDD or an empty DVD recordable disc.
HDD
(400 GB)
DVD±R/
DVD±RW
DVD+R Ł
Double Layer
80
160
200
250
330
500
650
1
2
2.5
3
4
6
8
1hr 55mins
3hr 40mins
4hr 35mins
5hr 30mins
7hr 20mins
11h 05mins
14h 45mins
B Press HDD-BROWSER
to go to the content
menu. Select { Disc Tray } and press NEXT X until
you see the { TITLES }, { TRACKS } or { PHOTO
ROLLS } menu, depending on the disc type.
HDD & DVD Player / Recorder
Remote Control
and 2 batteries
Tuner interlink cable
(for Australia only)
C Press S up or T down to select a title.
D Press PLAY
to start playback.
Need help?
User Manual
RF coaxial cable
See the user manual that came with your Philips Recorder
Online
Go to www.philips.com/support
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