Samsung | DVD-R120 | Samsung DVD-R120 User Manual

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Instruction Manual
DVD-R120
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Getting Started
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Warning
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE THE COVER(OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS ARE INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage”
inside the product that presents a risk of
electric shock or personal injury.
FCC NOTE (for U.S.A):
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
This symbol indicates important
instructions accompanying the product.
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This unit can be used only where the
power supply is AC 120V, 60Hz. It cannot
be used elsewhere.
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This DVD recorder is designed and
manufactured to respond to the Region
Management Information.
If the Region number of a DVD disc does
not correspond to the Region number of
this DVD recorder, the DVD recorder
cannot play the disc.
NOTE
Do not install this equipment in a confined space such
as a bookcase or similar unit.
WARNING : To prevent damage which may result in fire
or electric shock hazard, do not expose
this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION : DVD RECORDERS USE AN INVISIBLE
LASER BEAM WHICH CAN CAUSE
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE
IF DIRECTED.
BE SURE TO OPERATE RECORDER
CORRECTLY AS INSTRUCTED.
CAUTION
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER.
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR
PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT REPAIR
YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
CAUTIONS
Caution: To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of
plug to wide slot, fully insert.
Attention: Pour éviter les chocs électriques, introduíre la
lame la plus large de la fiche dans la borne
correspondante de la prise et pousser jusqu
au fond.
This product satisfies FCC regulations when shielded
cables and connectors are used to connect the unit to
other equipment. To prevent electromagnetic
interference with electric appliances, such as radios and
televisions, use shielded cables and connectors for
connections.
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Precaution
Important Safety Instructions
Read these operating instructions carefully before using
the unit. Follow all the safety instructions listed below.
Keep these operating instructions handy for future
reference.
1) Read these instructions.
2) Keep these instructions.
3) Heed all warnings.
4) Follow all instructions.
5) Do not use this apparatus near water.
6) Clean only with dry cloth.
7) Do not block any ventilation openings, Install in
accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
8) Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
9) Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or
grounding- type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A groundingtype plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are
provided for your safety. if the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10) Protect the power cord from being walked on or
pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11) Only use attachments/accessories specified by the
manufacturer.
12) Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the
apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when
moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid
injury from tip-over.
13) Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or
when unused for long periods of time.
14) Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or
plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects
have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has
been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate
normally, or has been dropped.
Handling Cautions
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Before connecting other components to this recorder,
be sure to turn them all off.
Do not move the recorder while a disc is being played,
or the disc may be scratched or broken, and the recorder’s internal parts may be damaged.
Do not put a flower vase filled with water or any
small metal objects on the recorder.
Be careful not to put your hand into the disc tray.
Do not place anything other than the disc in the disc
tray.
Exterior interference such as lightning and static
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Maintenance of Cabinet
For safety reasons, be sure to disconnect the AC power
cord from the AC outlet.
● Do not use benzene, thinner, or other solvents for
cleaning.
● Wipe the cabinet with a soft cloth.
Disc Handling
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Use discs with regular
shapes. If an irregular disc (a
disc with a special shape) is
used, this DVD recorder may
be damaged.
Holding discs
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Avoid touching the surface of a
disc where recording is performed.
DVD-RAM, DVD-RW and DVD-R
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Clean with an optional DVD-RAM/PD disc cleaner
(LF-K200DCA1 where
available).Do not use cleaners
or cloths for CDs to clean
DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R
discs.
DVD-Video, CD
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Wipe off dirt or contamination on the disc with a soft
cloth.
Cautions on handling discs
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Do not write on the printed side with a ball-point pen
or pencil.
Do not use record cleaning sprays or antistatic. Also,
do not use volatile chemicals, such as benzene or
thinner.
Do not apply labels or stickers to discs. (Do not use
discs fixed with exposed tape adhesive or leftover
peeled-off stickers.)
Do not use scratch-proof protectors or covers.
Do not use discs printed with label printers available
on the market.
Do not load warped or cracked discs.
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electricity can affect normal operation of this recorder.
If this occurs, turn the recorder off and on again with
the POWER button, or disconnect and then reconnect
the AC power cord to the AC power outlet.
The recorder will operate normally.
Be sure to remove the disc and turn off the recorder
after use.
Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet
when you don’t intend to use the recorder for long
periods of time.
Clean the disc by wiping in a straight line from the
inside to the outside of the disc.
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Disc Storage
Be careful not to harm the disc because the data on
these discs is highly vulnerable to the environment.
● Do not keep under direct sunlight.
● Keep in a cool ventilated area.
● Store vertically.
● Keep in a clean protection jacket.
● If you move your DVD recorder suddenly from a cold
place to a warm place, condensation may generate on
the operating parts and lens and cause abnormal disc
playback. If this occurs, remove the disc and wait for
one to two hours with the power on before
atttempting playback.
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MOTION JPEG is not supported.
Using CD-R/RW
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Disc Specifications
Use a 700MB(80 minutes) CD-R/RW disc.
If possible, do not use a 800MB(90 minutes) or above
disc, as the disc may not play back.
If the CD-R/RW disc was not recorded as a closed
session, you may experience a delay in the early
playback time, and all recorded files may not play.
Some CD-R/RW discs may not be playable with this
unit, depending on the device which was used to burn
them.
For contents recorded on CD-R/RW media from CDs
for your personal use, playability may vary depending
on contents and discs.
DVD-R Disc Playback and Recording
DVD-Video
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A digital versatile disc (DVD) can contain up to 135minutes of images, 8-language audio and 32 subtitle
languages. It is equipped with MPEG-2 picture
compression and Dolby 3D surrounding, allowing you
to enjoy vivid and clear theater quality images in the
comfort of your own home.
When switching from the first layer to the second
layer of a double-layered DVD Video disc, there may
be momentary distortion in the image and sound.
This is not a malfunction of the unit.
Once a DVD-R/RW recorded in Video Mode is
finalized, it becomes DVD-Video.
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Audio CD
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An audio disc on which 44.1kHz PCM Audio is
recorded
Plays CD-DA format audio CD-R and CD-RW discs.
The unit may not be able to play some CD-R or CDRW discs due to the condition of the recording.
CD-R/RW
MP3 CD-R/RW
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Only CD-R discs with MP3 files recorded with
ISO9660 or JOLIET format can be played back
Only MP3 files with the ".mp3", ".MP3" extension
can be used.
For MP3 files recorded with a VBR(Variable Bit
Rates), from 32 Kbps to 320 Kbps, the sound may cut
in out.
Playable bitrate range is from 56Kbps to 320Kbps.
The unit can handle a maximum of 1000 files and
folders.
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DVD-RW Disc Playback and Recording
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JPEG CD-R/RW
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Only JPEG files with the ".jpg", ".JPG" extension can
be used.
The unit can handle a maximum of 1000 files and
folders.
Maximum size of progressive JPEG is 3M pixels.
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Once a DVD-R recorded in Video Mode is finalized, it
becomes DVD-Video.
You can record onto the available space on the disc
and perform editing functions such as giving titles to
discs and programs and erasing programs before
finalizing.
When programming is erased from a DVD-R, that
space does not become available. Once an area on a
DVD-R is recorded on, that area is no longer available
for recording, whether the recording is erased or not.
It takes about 30 seconds for the unit to complete
recording management information after recording
finishes.
This product optimizes the DVD-R for each recording.
Optimizing is carried out when you start recording
after inserting the disc or turning on the unit.
Recording onto the disc may become impossible if
optimizing is carried out too many times.
Playback may be impossible in some cases due to the
condition of recording.
This unit can play back DVD-R discs recorded and
finalized with a Samsung DVD video recorder. It may
not be able to play some DVD-R discs depending on
the disc and the condition of the recording.
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Recording and playback can be performed on DVDRW discs in both the Video and VR Modes.
Once a DVD-RW recorded in VR Mode or Video mode
is finalized, you cannot perform addtional recording.
Once a DVD-RW recorded in Video Mode is finalized,
it becomes DVD-Video.
In both modes, playback can be performed before and
after finalization, but additional recording, deleting
and editing can not be performed after finalization.
If you want to record the disc in VR Mode and then
record in V Mode, be sure to execute Format.
Be careful when executing Format because all the
recorded data may be lost.
A DVD-RW blank disc is initialized to VR Mode when
first initialized.
DVD-RW (VR mode)
- This is a format that is used for recording data on a
DVD-RAM or DVD-RW disc. You can record
multiple titles, edit, delete, partial delete, create a
playlist, etc.
- A disc that is recorded in this mode may not be
played by an existing DVD player.
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DVD-RAM Disc Playback and Recording
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DVD-RAM discs come with or without a cartridge.
For this product, we recommend DVD-RAM discs that
come without cartridges.
Ensure that the recording mode is set to VR mode.
Otherwise, this product will not be able to play the
recording.
You cannot play a DVD-RAM in most DVD players
due to compatibility issues.
Only DVD-RAM standard Version 2.0. discs can be
played in this unit.
DVD-RAM recorded on this unit may not work with
other DVD players. To determine compatibility with
these DVD-RAM discs, refer to the user’s manual for
the player.
For cartridge type DVD-RAM discs, remove the
cartridge and use the disc only.
Protection
COPY PROTECTION
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Many DVD discs are encoded with copy protection.
Because of this, you should only connect your DVD
recorder directly to your TV, not to a VCR.
Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted picture
from copy-protected DVD discs.
This product incorporates copyright protection
technology that is protected by methods 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.
This DVD Recorder can allow you to protect the
contents of your discs,
as described below.
● Program-protected: See page 68 “Locking a Title”
● Disc-protected: See page 80 “Disc Protection”
✻ DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs that are
incompatible with the DVD-VIDEO format cannot be
played with this product.
✻ For more information on DVD recording
compatibility, consult your DVD-RAM/DVDRW/DVD-R manufacturer.
✻ If poor quality DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs are
used, your recordings may fail.
Do not use the following discs!
LD, CD-G, CD-I, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, DVD+R and
DVD+RW discs should not be used in this product.
[Note]
Disc types that can be played : CD/CD-R/CDRW/MP3/JPEG/DVD-Video/DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/
DVD-R. For a DVD-R/DVD-RW disc, which has been
recorded in Video Mode on another component, it can
play only when finalized.
● Some commercial discs and DVD discs purchased
outside your region may not be playable with this
product. When these discs are played, either “No
disc." or "Please check the regional code." will be
displayed.
● If your DVD-RW disc is an illegal copy or is not in
DVD video format, it may also not be playable.
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❇ We recommend using one of the discs in the table as
they have been confirmed to be compatible with this
unit. Other discs may not perform correctly.
Media
Brand
TDK
Beall
Sony
DVD-R
That’s
Mitsubishi
Maxell
Panasonic
TDK
Maxell
Optodisc
DVD-RW JVC
Mitsubishi
Radius
Verbatim
Maxell
Maxell
Fujifilm
DVD-RAM Panasonic
TDK
Panasonic Gold
Panasonic
Disc
DVD-RAM
DVD-RW
DVD-R
Speed
4x
4x
4x
4x
4x
4x
4x
2x
2x
2x
2x
2x
2x
2x
3x
2x
3x
2x
2x
3x
3x
Maximum no. of recordings by disc type
100,000
1,000
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DVD-RW (Video mode)
- This is a format that is used for recording data on a
DVD-RW or DVD-R disc. The disc can be played by
an existing DVD player once it has been finalized.
- If a disc that has been recorded in Video Mode by a
different maker’s recorder but has not been
finalized, it cannot be played or additionally be
recorded by this recorder.
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Getting Started
Contents
Step 4 : Connecting the Audio cable ...................18
Method 1 : Connecting to your TV...........................18
Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier with
analog input jacks......................................................18
Getting Started
Method 3: Connecting to an AV amplifier with a
digital input jack ......................................................19
Warning .......................................................................2
Precaution....................................................................3
Step 5 : Connecting external devices ......................19
Method 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB)
Important Safety Instructions......................................3
or DVD player to the LINE 1 IN jacks ......................19
Handling Cautions.......................................................3
Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the LINE 2 IN
Maintenance of Cabinet...............................................3
jacks ...........................................................................20
Disc Handling ..............................................................3
Method 3 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN
Disc Storage .................................................................4
jack.............................................................................20
Disc Specifications .......................................................4
Step 6 : Connecting the Power Cord.......................20
General Features.........................................................8
Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control ...................21
Before reading the user’s manual ..............................9
Setting the Remote Control .......................................21
How to use the DVD recorder ...................................9
Step 8 : Initial Setup.................................................22
Description................................................................11
1. OSD Language Setup .............................................22
Front panel ................................................................11
2. Clock Set................................................................23
Front Panel Display ...................................................11
3. Channel Set............................................................25
Rear Panel ..................................................................12
4. Setting Up the Audio Options ...............................27
Tour of the Remote Control ......................................13
5. Setting Up the TV Aspect .....................................29
Connecting & Setting UP
Recording
Quick Overview ........................................................14
Before Recording.......................................................30
Step 1 : Unpacking ...................................................15
Recordable discs ........................................................30
Accessories.................................................................15
Recording Formats ....................................................31
Step 2 : Connecting the Antenna cable ..................15
Recording Mode.........................................................31
Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV : No Cable
Unrecordable video....................................................31
box .............................................................................15
About INFO Key........................................................32
Method 2 : Antenna +Cable box + DVD Recorder +
Checking the available disc space
TV : Cable box with many scrambled channels........15
(Disc Information).....................................................32
Method 3 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + Cable box
Recording the current TV program you are
+TV : Cable box with a few scrambled channels ......16
watching ....................................................................32
Step 3 : Connecting the Video cable .......................16
Recording from external equipment........................34
Method 1 : Connecting to a Video input jack...........16
Copying from a Camcorder .....................................35
Method 2 : Connecting to an S-video input jack ......17
Making a One Touch Recording (OTR) ..................36
Method 3 : Connecting to Component video input
Setting a Timer Recording .......................................37
jacks(Y,PB,PR) .............................................................17
Flexible Recording (for Timer recording only).......38
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Editing the Scheduled Record List ..........................38
Editing
Deleting the Scheduled Record List ........................39
Basic Editing (Title List)............................................67
Renaming(Labeling) a Title.......................................67
Playback
Locking(Protecting) a Title .......................................68
Deleting a Title .........................................................68
Before Playing ...........................................................41
Region code (DVD-Video only).................................41
Disc types that can be played ....................................41
Discs that cannot be played.......................................41
Playing a Disc............................................................42
Using the Disc Menu & Title Menu ..........................43
Using the Search Functions.......................................43
Slow Motion Play.......................................................44
Step Motion Play........................................................44
About ANYKEY .........................................................44
Using the Repeat Function ........................................45
Selecting the Subtitle .................................................47
Selecting the Audio language ....................................48
Changing the Camera Angle .....................................48
Zooming-In................................................................49
Deleting a Section of a Title .....................................69
Advanced Editing (Play List) .....................................71
Creating a Playlist .....................................................71
Playing Entries in the Playlist ..................................72
Renaming a Playlist Entry .........................................73
Editing a Scene for the Playlist..................................74
Copying a Playlist Entry to the Playlist.....................77
Deleting a Playlist Entry from the Playlist ................78
Disc Manager..............................................................79
Editing the Disc Name...............................................79
Disc Protection ..........................................................80
Formatting a Disc ......................................................80
Delete All Title Lists ..................................................81
Finalizing a disc.........................................................82
Unfinalizing a disc (V/VR mode) .............................83
Using Bookmarks.......................................................49
Using Markers............................................................50
Additional Information
Playing an Audio CD/MP3 ......................................51
Playing an Audio CD (CD-DA)/MP3 ........................51
Playing a Picture CD ................................................54
Playing the Title List ................................................55
Troubleshooting ........................................................84
Specification..............................................................88
Warranty....................................................................89
Settings & Adjustments
Using the Setup Menu..............................................58
System Setting...........................................................59
Clock Set....................................................................59
Channel Set................................................................59
CM Skip Time Setting................................................59
EP Mode Time Setting ...............................................60
Automatic Chapter Creation .....................................60
Language Setting.......................................................61
Video (Display) Setting ............................................62
Parental Control........................................................63
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Recording the Scheduled Record List .....................40
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Getting Started
General Features
The DVD-R120 allows you to record and play high
quality digital video on DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R
discs. You can record and edit digital video on DVDRAM/ DVD-RW/DVD-R discs as if they were VCR tapes.
High quality digital audio and video recording
and playback
Record up to 16-hours of video with a double sided 9.4
GB DVD-RAM disc, and up to 8-hours of images with a
4.7 GB DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R disc, depending on
the recording mode.
Selectable Recording Mode
You can set your recorder to one of five different
recording speeds, each varying in recording quality and
length. EP mode yields the most recording time, LP &
SP modes provide less recording time with higher
quality recording, and XP mode gives you the highest
quality recording. There's also the FR (Flexible
Recording) mode that lets you record with the best
picture quality possible for the recording time and
remaining space on the disc in timer recording.
Automated Quality Adjustment for Timer Recording
If FR mode is selected, the video quality is adjusted
automatically so that all video for the scheduled time
can be recorded onto the free disc space. (See page 38.)
Creating a DVD video title using DVD-RW/DVD-R disc
With a DVD-R120, create your own DVD video title on
4.7 GB DVD-RW/DVD-R discs.
Copying data from a digital camcorder using a DV
input jack
Record digital camcorder video onto DVD-RAM or
DVD-RW, DVD-R discs using the DV input jack (IEEE
1394-4pin). (See pages 35.)
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High quality progressive scan
Progressive scanning provides high resolution and
flicker free video.
The 10-bit 54-MHz DAC and 2D Y/C Separating
Circuitry provides the highest video playback and
recording quality. (See page 17.)
A variety of functions with an easy-to-use user
interface
The integrated menu system and the messaging function
allow you to perform desired operations both easily and
conveniently. With a DVD-RAM or DVD-RW disc, you
can edit recorded images, create a playlist, and edit
video in a specific sequence according to your
requirements.
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Make sure to check the following matters before reading
the user’s manual.
Icons that will be used in manual
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Term
Definition
DVD
This involves a function available
in DVD or DVD-R/DVD-RW discs
that have been recorded and
finalized in Video Mode.
RAM
This involves a function available
in DVD-RAM.
RW
This involves a function available
in DVD-RW.
R
This involves a function available
in DVD-R.
CD
This involves a function available
in a data CD (CD-R or CD-RW).
JPEG
This involves a function available
in a data picture CD (CD-R or
CD-RW).
MP3
This involves a function available
in a data CD (CD-R or CD-RW on
which MP3 is recorded).
Caution
NOTE
This involves a case where a
function does not operate or
settings may be cancelled.
This involves tips or instructions
on the page that help each
function operate.
One-Touch A function that can be operated by
button using only one button.
ANYKEY
button
A function that can be operated by
using Any Key button.
About the use of this user’s manual
1) Be sure to be familiar with Safety Instructions before
using this product. (See pages 2~3)
2) If a problem occurs, check for Troubleshooting.
(See pages 84~87)
How to use the DVD recorder
Getting Started
Before reading the user’s
manual
Step 1
This unit can record on the following types of discs.
If you want to repeatedly record on the same disc or you
want to edit the disc after recording, select a rewritable
DVD-RW or DVD-RAM type disc.
If you want to save recording without any change, choose
a non-rewritable DVD-R.
Step 2
©2005 Samsung Electronics Co.
All rights reserved; No part or whole of this user’s
manual may be reproduced or copied without the prior
written permission of Samsung Electronics Co.
Format the disc to start recording
Unlike a VCR, the recorder automatically starts formatting
when an unused disc is inserted. This is required for the
preparation of recording on a disc.
Using a DVD-RAM
This type of disc can be formatted in DVD-Video
Recording format (VR mode). You can edit recorded
image and create a playlist and edit images in a specific
sequence according to your requirements.
Using a DVD-RW
This type of disc can be formatted in either DVD-Video
format (Video mode) or DVD-Video Recording format
(VR mode). For an unused disc, a message that asks
whether to initialize in VR Mode or not is displayed.
You can play a Video mode disc on various DVD
components. A VR mode disc allows more varied editing.
Using a DVD-R
This type of disc can be formatted in DVD Video format.
After formatting is complete, you can record on the disc.
You can play this type of discs on various DVD
components only when they have been finalized.
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You can only use either the VR or
Video mode on a DVD-RW, but not
both at the same time.
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You can change the DVD-RW format
to another format by reinitializing.
It should be noted that the disc's data
will be lost when changing formats.
NOTE
Copyright
Select the disc type
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Recording
There are two different recording methods, Direct
Recording and Timer Recording. Timer recording is
classified as a Date : Once(mm/dd), Every Day, MON-SAT,
Every SAT, etc. as a recording mode : XP (high quality
mode), SP (standard quality mode), LP (long recording
mode), and EP (extended mode) according to the
recording mode. When recording is set in the FR mode,
the best quality picture is recorded with regards to the
remaining time on the disc.
Step 4
Playing
You can select the title you want to play in a displayed
menu and then immediately start playback.
A DVD consists of sections called titles, and sub sections
called chapters.
During recording, a title is created between two points
where you start and stop recording. Chapters will be
created automatically when you finalize recording on
DVD-R / DVD-RW discs in Video mode. The chapter’s
length (interval between chapters) varies according to the
recording mode.
Step 5
Editing a recorded disc
Editing on discs is easier than conventional video tapes.
The recorder supports many different edit functions,
possible only with DVDs.
With a simple and easy edit menu, you can operate
various edit functions, such as delete, copy, rename, lock,
etc., on a recorded title.
Creating a playlist (DVD-RAM/-RW in VR mode)
With this recorder, you can create a new playlist on the
same disc and edit it without the change of the original
recording.
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Step 6
Finalizing & Playing on other DVD components
To play your DVD on other DVD components, finalizing
may be necessary. First, finish all editing and recording
operations, then finalize the disc.
When using a DVD-RW disc in VR Mode
Although finalizing is generally unnecessary when playing
the disc on a VR Mode compatible component, a finalized
disc should be used for playback.
When using a DVD-RW disc in Video Mode
The disc should be finalized first to enable playback on
anything other than this recorder. No more editing or
recording can be made on the disc once it has been
finalized.
When using a DVD-R disc
You should finalize the disc to play it on a component
other than this recorder. You cannot edit or record on the
disc once it has been finalized.
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Description
Getting Started
Front panel
1
4
2
3
1. POWER
Turns the recorder on and off.
2. LINE 2 IN
Connect external equipment.
3. DV-IN
Connect external digital equipment with a DV jack.
(such as a camcorder)
4. DISC TRAY
Opens to accept a disc.
5. OPEN/CLOSE
Opens and closes the disc tray.
6. DISPLAY
Displays the playing status, title/ chapter/ time, etc.
6
5
8 7
9
12
10
11
7. SEARCH
Goes to the next title/chapter/track, or goes back to
the previous title/chapter/track.
8. STOP
Stops disc playback.
9. PLAY/PAUSE
Plays a disc or pauses playback.
10. P.SCAN
Selects the progressive scan.
11. REC
Starts recording.
12. CH (
)
Selects TV channels.
Front Panel Display
1. Lights when a disc is loaded.
2. Lights in the record mode.
3. Lights to indicate the timer record mode.
4. Lights when a -R/RW/RAM disc is loaded.
5. Displays the messages.
6. Lights in the progressive scan mode.
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Getting Started
Rear Panel
Fan
The fan always revolves when the power is on.
Ensure a minimum of 4” clear space on all sides of the
fan when installing the product.
1. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT(OPTICAL)
Connects to an amplifier having a digital optical
audio input jack.
6. COMPONENT VIDEO OUT(best video quality)
Connects to equipment having Component video
input jacks.
2. DIGITAL AUDIO OUT(COAXIAL)
Connects to an amplifier having a digital coaxial
audio input jack.
7. LINE 1 AUDIO IN
Connects the output of external equipment using an
audio cables
3. LINE AUDIO OUT
Connects to the audio input of external equipment
using audio cables.
8. LINE 1 VIDEO IN
Connects the output of external equipment using a
video cable.
4. LINE VIDEO OUT(good video quality)
Connects the input of external equipment using a
Video cable.
9. LINE 1 S- VIDEO IN
Connects the output of external equipment using an
S-Video cable.
5. LINE S-VIDEO OUT(better video quality)
Connects the input of external equipment using an
S-Video cable.
10. ANT IN/ANT OUT (TO TV)
Connects antenna cables.
■
NOTE
12- English
The Antenna connection does not pass
audio/video signals. To watch a DVD on
your TV, you must connect audio/video
cables.
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Tour of the Remote Control
Getting Started
10. MENU Button
Brings up the DVD recorder’s setup menu.
11. ENTER/DIRECTION Buttons
(UP/DOWN or LEFT/RIGHT Buttons)
This button functions as a toggle switch.
12. REC MODE Button
This will display the recording status.
13. REC Button
Use to make a recording on DVD-RAM/-RW/-R
discs.
14. CANCEL Button
15. REPEAT
Allows you to repeat a title, chapter, track or disc.
16. OPEN/CLOSE Button
To open and close the disc tray.
17. AUDIO/TV MUTE Button
Use this to access various audio functions on a
disc.(DVD mode)
This operates as Sound Mute. (TV mode)
18. TV Button
Press this to operate TV.
19. INPUT Button
Select line input signal in external input mode
(Tuner, Line input or DV INPUT)
20. CHANNEL Button
Use this to select a channel. (DVD, TV mode)
21. TITLE LIST/DISC MENU Button
Use this to enter the View Recording list/Disc menu.
22. PLAY LIST/TITLE MENU Button
Use this to return to the Title menu, or to view the
recorded files list.
1. POWER Button
2. Number Buttons
3. 100+ /CM SKIP Button
Press this to select channel 100 or higher.
When a program recorded on a DVD-RAM, a
DVD-RW, a DVD-R or DVD-Video is played, the unit
can be set to automatically skip a portion of the
program.
23. ANYKEY Button
Use this to view the status of the disc that is being
played.
24. SUBTITLE Button
Press this to switch the DVD’s subtitle language.
25. RETURN Button
Returns to a previous menu.
4. DVD Button
Press this when you use a DVD.
26. MARKER Button/TIMER Button
Use this to bookmark a position while playing a
disc.
Press to directly enter the Timer Recording Mode
menu.
5. TV VOL Button
TV volume adjustment.
27. INFO Button
This will display current settings or disc status.
6. Reverse/Forward Skip Buttons
Press to skip a disc backwards or forwards.
These buttons also function as STEP buttons.
Each press will play one-frame forward or reverse
(see page 44).
7. Reverse/Forward Search Buttons
Press to search a disc backwards or forwards.
8. Stop Button
Press to stop a disc.
9. Play/Pause Button
Press to play/pause a disc.
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Connecting & Setting UP
Quick Overview
Connecting &
Setting Up
A Quick Overview presented in this guide will give you
enough information to start using the recorder.
Step 1 : Unpacking
This section involves various methods of
connecting the DVD player to other external
components and required initial setting modes.
†
Step 2 : Connecting the Antenna Cable
†
Step 3 : Connecting the Video Cable
†
Step 4 : Connecting the Audio Cable
†
Step 5 : Connecting external devices
†
Step 6 : Connecting the Power Cord
†
Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control
†
Step 8 : Initial Setup
Quick Overview .....................................................14
Step 1 : Unpacking.................................................15
Step 2 : Connecting the Antenna cable ..............15
Step 3 : Connecting the Video cable.....................16
Step 4 : Connecting the Audio cable ....................18
Step 5 : Connecting external devices....................19
Step 6 : Connecting the Power cord.....................20
Step 7 : Preparing the Remote Control.................21
Step 8 : Initial Setup...............................................22
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●
Note to CATV system installer: This reminder is
provided to call CATV system installer’s attention to
Article 820-40 of the National Electrical Code
(Section 54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part I), that
provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in
particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building as
close to the point of cable entry as practical.
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Step 1: Unpacking
Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder
+ TV : No Cable box
You can record non-scrambled channels by selecting the
channel on the DVD Recorder. Also use this Method if
you watch channels without cable box.
Accessories
Connecting & Setting UP
Check for the supplied accessories below.
● Video/Audio Cable (AC39-42001R)
● RF Cable for TV (AC39-42001J)
● Remote Control (AK59-00012H)
● Batteries for Remote Control (AAA Size)
(4301-001035)
● User’s Manual (AK68-00683A)
● Quick Guide (AK68-00684A)
Step 2: Connecting the Antenna
Cable
There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder.
Select one of the following antenna connections that
best suits you below.
●
●
●
Method 1 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + TV : No Cable
box
Method 2 : Antenna +Cable box + DVD Recorder +
TV : Cable box with many scrambled channels
Method 3 : Antenna + DVD Recorder + Cable box
+TV : Cable box with a few scrambled channels
■
If you are using an off-air antenna that has
300-ohm twin flat leads, use an external
antenna connector (300-75 ohm adaptor :
not supplied) to connect the antenna to
the DVD Recorder.
■
If you have two separate antennas (one
VHF and the other UHF), use a UHF/VHF
combiner-adaptor (available at most
electronics shops) to connect the antenna
to the DVD Recorder.
■
The VHF/UHF RF OUT jack of this
product sends only signals received
through the antenna. It does not output
Audio/ video signals. You must connect
audio/video cables to view Video from the
unit. (i.e. DVD playback)
NOTE
Method 2 : Antenna + Cable box +
DVD Recorder + TV : Cable box
with many scrambled channels
You can record channels by selecting the channel on the
cable box. You cannot record one channel while
watching another channel. Be sure that the cable box is
turned on.
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Method 3 : Antenna + DVD Recorder
+ Cable box + TV : Cable box with a
few scrambled channels
●
You can record non-scrambled channels by selecting the
channel on the cable box. You cannot record scrambled
channels that require a cable box.
Connecting & Setting UP
●
Progressive Scan Output (480p)
“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.
If you experience 480p 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 center
at 1-800-SAMSUNG.
The VHF/UHF RF OUT jack of this product sends
only signals received through the antenna. It does not
output audio/video signals.
You must use one of the following audio/video
connections on this unit.
Method 1 : Connecting to a Video
input jack
Connect a video(yellow) cable between the
VIDEO(yellow) OUT jack on DVD Recorder and
VIDEO(yellow) IN jack on the TV (or AV amplifier).
● You will enjoy regular quality images.
● Connect audio cables(white and red) between the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO
IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier).
(See pages 18 to 19)
Step3 : Connecting the Video
cable
There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder.
Select one of the following video connecting that best
suits you below.
●
●
●
Method 1 : Connecting to a Video input jack
Method 2 : Connecting to an S-video input jack
Method 3 : Connecting to Component video input
jacks
S-Video, Component video and Progressive
Output Modes
●
●
S-Video and Component video output are available
only if your TV supports S-Video input or Component
video input, respectively. If S-Video or Component
video output does not work, check the TV
connections and the TV input selection settings. (For
information on how to connect to a TV, see page 17.)
Compared to standard interlaced video, progressive
scan doubles the amount of video lines fed to your
TV, resulting in a more stable, flicker-free, and clear
image than interlaced video. The progressive scan
video output jack is used in progressive output mode.
This is only available with TVs that support
progressive scan.
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Method 2 : Connecting to an
S-Video input jack
5. The message “Video Output Mode Progressive Scan”
will appear.
Connecting & Setting UP
Connect an S-Video cable(not supplied) between the SVIDEO OUT jack on DVD Recorder and S-VIDEO IN
jack on your TV (or AV amplifier).
● You will enjoy high quality images. S-Video separates
the picture element into black and white (Y) and color
(C) signals to present clearer images than regular
video input mode.
● Connect audio cables(white and red) between the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO
IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier).
(See pages 18 to 19)
4. The message “Please set your TV to Progressive input,
To deactivate, press [STOP] key.” will appear.
Press the ENTER button.
2
COMPONENT
Y
Pb
1
Pr
You will enjoy high quality accurate color reproduction
images. Component video separates the picture
element into black and White(Y), blue(PB), red(PR)
signals to present most clear and clean images.
● Connect audio cables(white and red) between the
AUDIO OUT jacks on the DVD Recorder and AUDIO
IN jacks on TV(or AV amplifier).
(See pages 18 to 19)
●
Method 3 : Connecting to
Component video input
jacks(Y,PB,PR)
■
NOTE
Make sure that the color coded
connections match. The Y, PB, PR
component output jacks of your DVD
Recorder must be connected to the exact
corresponding component input jacks on
your TV.
1. Connect Component video cables(not supplied)
between the COMPONENT OUT(Y,PB,PR) jacks on
DVD Recorder and COMPONENT IN(Y,PB,PR) jacks
on your TV (or AV amplifier).
2. If the TV connected supports Progressive Scan, press
the P.SCAN button on the front of the DVD Recorder
to enjoy higher quality video.
3. The message “Please [Yes] to confirm Progressive scan
mode. Otherwise press [No]” will appear.
Press the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then press
the ENTER button.
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Connecting & Setting UP
Step 4 : Connecting the Audio
cable
There are several ways to connect your DVD Recorder.
Select the audio connection that best suits you below.
●
●
●
Method 1 : Connecting to your TV
Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo amplifier (analog
audio out)
Method 3 : Connecting to an AV amplifier with a
digital input jack
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of
Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Method 1 : Connecting to your TV
This connection will use your TV’s speakers.
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Method 2 : Connecting to a stereo
amplifier with analog input jacks
If your stereo amplifier only has AUDIO INPUT jacks(L
and R), use the AUDIO OUT jacks.
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Method 3: Connecting to an AV
amplifier with a digital input jack
Step 5 : Connecting external
devices
If your AV amplifier has a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder
and a digital input jack, use this connection. To enjoy
Dolby Digital or DTS sound, you will need to set up the
audio settings. (See pages 27 to 28)
This allows you to connect your DVD Recorder to other
external devices and view or record their outputs.
●
●
(Not supplied)
(Not supplied)
Method 1 : Connecting a VCR, Set-Top Box(STB) or
DVD player to the AUDIO/VIDEO LINE 1 IN jacks
Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder to the LINE 2
jacks
Method 3 : Connecting a Camcorder to the DV IN
jack
Method 1 : Connecting a VCR, SetTop Box(STB) or DVD player to the
LINE 1 IN jacks
Connecting a VCR or external device to AUDIO/VIDEO
LINE 1 IN jacks of the DVD Recorder.
You can record from connected equipment (VCR, STB or
DVD).
(Not supplied)
■
You can also use the LINE 2 IN jacks on
the front panel of the DVD Recorder.
■
When the S-Video jack and Video jack are
both connected, the S-Video jack will have
priority. Line Selection will be
automatically done. If the input is not
selected automatically, use INPUT button
to select proper input.
■
Copy protected content cannot be
recorded.
NOTE
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Method 2 : Connecting a Camcorder
to the LINE 2 IN jacks
You can also use the LINE 2 IN jacks on the front panel
of the DVD Recorder. You can record from connected
equipment, such as a camcorder.
When an input source is inserted into LINE 2 while
viewing TV, the input will be switched to LINE 2
automatically.
Step 6 : Connecting the Power
Cord
After all connections are complete, plug the power cord
in the wall outlet.
“Auto” appears in the panel display. This means
that the current time is being set automatically
(Auto Program) through the antenna under
connection and also the channel is being set.
The setup may take a few minutes.
When the DVD Recorder operates normally, the current
time is automatically set and displayed in the front
panel display.
■
NOTE
Method 3 : Connecting a Camcorder
to the DV IN jack
If your camcorder has a DV output jack, connect it to
the DV input jack of your DVD Recorder.
■
NOTE
20- English
If the input is not selected automatically,
use INPUT button to select proper input.
After the current time is set automatically,
the recorder will perform Auto Channel
Memory for about 3 minutes. If power is
on, while Auto Channel Memory is in
process, Auto Channel Memory will stop.
In this case, do Auto Channel Memory
from MENU(see page 25).
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Step 7 : Preparing the Remote
Control
Controlling TVs with the Remote Control
1. Press and hold the POWER button.
2. Enter a 2-digit code by using the numerical buttons
on the remote control.
See “Controllable TV Codes”
Install Batteries in the Remote Control
●
●
●
Open the battery cover on the back of the remote.
Insert two AAA batteries. Make sure that the polarities
(+ and -) are aligned correctly.
Replace the battery cover.
If the remote control does not operate properly:
●
●
●
●
Check the polarity + - of the batteries (Dry-Cell)
Check if the batteries are drained.
Check if remote sensor is blocked by obstacles.
Check if there is any fluorescent lighting nearby.
Dispose of batteries according to local environmental
regulations. Do not put them in the household trash.
Setting the Remote Control
You can control certain functions of another
manufacturer’s TV with this remote control.
Control function buttons involve: POWER, Channel
Up/Down, Volume Up/Down, Direct Number buttons,
TV MUTE, INPUT.
If the code works, your TV set will be turned on or off.
If it does not respond, try other codes.
Controllable TV Codes
BRAND
AIWA
ANAM
BANG & OLUFSEN
BLAUPUNKT
BRANDT
BRIONVEGA
CGE
CONTINENTAL EDISON
DAEWOO
EMERSON
FERGUSON
FINLUX
FORMENTI
FUJITSU
GRADIENTE
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
IMPERIAL
JVC
LG
LOEWE
LOEWE OPTA
MAGNAVOX
METZ
MITSUBISHI
MIVAR
NEC
NEWSAN
NOBLEX
NOKIA
NORDMENDE
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PHONOLA
PIONEER
RADIOLA
RADIOMARELLI
RCA
REX
SABA
SALORA
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SELECO
BUTTON
82
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
57
71
73
57
52
75
19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34
64
73
06, 49, 57
57
84
70
49, 52, 71
60, 72, 73, 75
52
61, 79
06, 19, 20, 21, 22, 78
06, 69
06, 57
40
57
06, 48, 62, 65
52, 77
83
68
66
74
72, 73, 75
53, 54, 74, 75
06, 55, 56, 57
06, 56, 57
58, 59, 73, 74
06, 56
57
45, 46
74
57, 72, 73, 74, 75
74
01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,09
41, 42, 43, 44, 48
06
74
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BRAND
SHARP
SIEMENS
SINGER
SINUDYNE
SONY
TELEAVA
TELEFUNKEN
THOMSON
THOMSON ASIA
TOSHIBA
WEGA
YOKO
ZENITH
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NOTE
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Before Play,
BUTTON
36, 37, 38, 39, 48
71
57
57
35, 48
73
67, 73, 75, 76
72, 73, 75
80, 81
47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52
57
06
63
Turn on your TV and switch the input selector on your
TV so that the signal from the DVD Recorder appears on
your TV screen. If you connected an external Audio
System, turn on your Audio System and select AUX, CD
or DVD.
The OSD (On-Screen Display) displayed on the screen
may vary depending on conditions such as the disc type
and whether the disc has been inserted or not.
1. OSD Language Setup
After plugging in the recorder, the first time you press
the POWER button, this screen comes up.
(This screen will only appear when you plug in the
recorder for the first time.)
If you replace the remote control's
batteries, you must set the brand code
again.
1 Press the POWER button.
a Number button to select the
2 Press
language.
Step 8 : Initial Setup
For ease of use, we recommend that you set up initial
settings before using the DVD Recorder.
1. OSD Language Setup
■
†
NOTE
OPEN / CLOSE
2. Clock Set
†
3. Channel Set
†
TV
DVD
INPUT
4. Audio Setup
†
5. Video Setup
TITL
E L IS T
PLAY L
IST
NU TITLE ME
C ME
NU
DIS
AN
Y
Y
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NU
KE
ME
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If the language for the startup screen is
not set, the settings may change whenever
you turn the power on or off. Therefore,
make sure that you select the language
you want to use.
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2. Clock Set
This menu is used to set the current time. You need to
set the time to use timer recording.
Clock Set using the …† buttons, then
4 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
Clock Set menu will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Auto Clock Set
Setup
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
√
Manual Clock Set
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
SELECT
RETURN
You must have the antenna connected to set the
Auto Clock. See pages 15~16 for Antenna
connections(Method 1, 2 and 3).
EXIT
Method 1 and 3
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select System using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
System menu will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
■
NOTE
If you have the Antenna connected via Method 1 or 3
on pages 15-16.
The DVD Recorder automatically sets the clock by
searching for a channel that carries a time signal and
sets your time zone and daylight saving(if applicable).
Auto Clock Set using the …† buttons,
5 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
the ENTER or √ button.
6 Press
Select On using the …† buttons, then press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Auto Clock Set
Timer Rec.
Auto Clock Set
Off
: On
√
Setup
Clock Data CH
On
: Automatic
√
Time Zone
: Automatic
√
Daylight Saving
: Automatic
√
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
The Menus are slightly different
depending on whether a disc is inserted or
not. The menus described on the next few
pages are with no disc in the unit.
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the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button.
Clock Set
Auto Clock Set
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If your clock is set to the wrong time zone or
daylight saving, you can adjust these settings
without tuning off the Auto Clock Set function.
Daylight Saving
Select Yes, No or Automatic using the …† buttons then
press the ENTER or √ button.
● Select Automatic to set the daylight saving
automatically
Connecting & Setting UP
No Disc
the sub menu(Clock Data CH, Time
7 Select
Zone or Daylight Saving) using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
Auto Clock Set
Timer Rec.
Auto Clock Set
: On
√
Setup
Clock Data CH
: Automatic
√
Time Zone
: Automatic
√
Daylight Saving
: Automatic
√
No
Yes
No Disc
MOVE
Auto Clock Set
Timer Rec.
Auto Clock Set
: On
√
Setup
Clock Data CH
: Automatic
√
Time Zone
: Automatic
√
Daylight Saving
: Automatic
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Method 2
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Clock Data CH
Select a channel that carries a time signal using the …†
buttons then press the ENTER or √ button.
● Select Auto to set the clock data channel automatically.
If you have the Antenna connected via Method 2 on
page 15.
Manual Clock Set
If your clock cannot be set automatically, set the clock
manually.
No Disc
Clock Data CH
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 4 in page 23.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Select channel :
01
Manual Clock Set using the …†
5 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
No Disc
Time Zone
Select the time zone of your area using the …† buttons
then press the ENTER or √ button.
● Select Automatic to set the time zone automatically.
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
No Disc
Auto Clock Set
Timer Rec.
Auto Clock Set
Automatic
Setup
Clock Data CH
Atlantic
Time Zone
Eastern
Daylight Saving
Central
Mountain
Pacific
Alaska
Hawaii
MOVE
24- English
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Clock Set
Auto Clock Set
√
Manual Clock Set
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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the †…œ √ buttons to select the
6 Using
Current Date and Current Time, and then
press the ENTER button.
When the current time is stored in memory and
then the set is powered off, the current time will
appear in the front panel display.
No Disc
Manual Clock Set
Timer Rec.
3. Channel Set
Auto Channel Memory
You can set the Antenna/Cable TV settings automatically.
the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button.
Date (mm/dd/yy)
01 / 01 / 2005 SAT
SELECT
Timer Record
Time
12 : 00 AM
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Connecting & Setting UP
No Disc
Setup
RETURN
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
EXIT
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
†… : Sets the value
You can set the value using the number (0~9)
buttons.
œ √: Moves to items
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
■
NOTE
If any of number buttons on the remote
control do not operate, press the DVD
button and try again.
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select System using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Channel set using the …† buttons,
4 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select Antenna/Cable TV(Signal Source)
5 ENTER
using the …† buttons, then press the
or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Channel Set
Antenna/Cable TV
: Cable TV
√
Auto Channel Memory
√
Channel Add/Delete
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Select the item that matches the antenna connection
you selected on pages 15~16(Method 1, 2 and 3).
Methods 1 and 3
Connecting & Setting UP
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 5 in page 25.
Select Antenna using the …† buttons, then
6 press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Manual Channel Set can be used after you have first
selected Auto Channel Memory.
Use the Manual Channel Setting to delete unnecessary
channels after using the Auto Channel Memory.
the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button.
Channel Set
Antenna/Cable TV
Auto Channel Memory
SELECT
No Disc
: Cable
TV
Antenna
√
Cable TV
√
Timer Rec.
√
Setup
Channel Add/Delete
MOVE
Manual Channel Set
RETURN
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
EXIT
MOVE
Method 2
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 5 in page 25.
SELECT
RETURN
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
6
Select Antenna or Cable TV(depending on
the hookup you chose) using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
Channel Set
Antenna/Cable TV
Auto Channel Memory
: Cable
TV
Antenna
√
Cable TV
√
Channel Add/Delete
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select System using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
Timer Rec.
Select Auto Channel Memory using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
Setup
Auto Channel Memory will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Auto Channel Memory
Total channel numbers:
Saved channel : 05
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
5%
Stop
Channel set using the …† buttons,
4 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
RETURN
EXIT
Timer Rec.
Setup
■
NOTE
26- English
EXIT
06/125
Scanning...
SELECT
EXIT
√
No Disc
7
EXIT
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
Press the RETURN or ENTER button to
stop Auto Channel Memory.
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Channel Add/Delete using the …†
5 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
: Cable TV
√
Auto Channel Memory
√
Channel Add/Delete
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
You can connect the DVD-R120 to an external amp or
Home Theater.
Allows you to setup the audio device and sound status
settings depending on the audio system in use.
the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button on the remote
control.
No Disc
6
Use the …† or number buttons to select the
channels you want to add or delete on the
[Select channel] screen. Then, press the
ENTER button.
No Disc
Channel Add/Delete
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Timer Rec.
Setup
Select channel :
Add
NUMBER
●
●
SELECT
02
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
Using …† buttons for channel selection allows
the user to add/delete one channel at a time.
Using CH
buttons for channel selection
jumps to the next channel memorized in Auto
Channel Memory.
You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
7
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select Add or Delete using the …† buttons,
then press the ENTER or √ button.
●
●
●
The message 'Channel is added.' or 'Channel is
deleted.' will be displayed in the center of the screen.
Continue to add or delete as many channels as you
want to memorize or delete. This can be used to add
channels not stored automatically due to weak signal
strength.
Press the RETURN button to return to the previous
menu. Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
Select Audio using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Connecting & Setting UP
MOVE
Channel Set
Antenna/Cable TV
4. Setting Up the Audio Options
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Select the sub menu(Digital Output, DTS or
Dynamic Compression) using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
Dynamic Compression
This is only active when a Dolby Digital signal is detected.
●
On : When Movie soundtracks are played at low volume or
from smaller speakers, the system can apply appropriate
compression to make low-level content more intelligible and
prevent dramatic passages from getting too loud.
●
Off : You can enjoy the movie with standard Dynamic
Range.
Select the item that matches the audio connection
you selected on pages 18~19(Method 1, 2 and 3).
Connecting & Setting UP
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
√
DTS
: Off
√
Dynamic Compression : On
√
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
√
DTS
: Off
√
Dynamic Compression : Off
√
On
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Digital Output
●
PCM : Converts to PCM(2CH) 48kHz audio.
Select PCM if your amplifier system is stereo and/or
Dolby Prologic.
●
Bitstream : Outputs bitstream (original format) such
as Dolby or DTS.
Select bitstream if your amplifier system has multi
channel digital audio surround decoding (Dolby
Digital and/or DTS).
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
the …† buttons to select the desired
5 Use
item(PCM, Bitstream, DTS-Off, DTS-On,
Dynamic Compression-Off or Dynamic
Compression-On).
Then press the ENTER or √ button.
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
PCM
√
DTS
: Off
Bitstream
√
Dynamic Compression : On
√
■
NOTE
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
DTS
●
Off : Doesn’t output DTS bitstream (original format).
●
On : Outputs DTS bitstream. (via Digital output)
Select DTS when connecting to a digital amp with
DTS decoder.
●
When DTS soundtrack is played, sound is not output
from Analog Audio Output.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
28- English
Audio
Digital Output
: PCM
√
DTS
: Off
√
On
Dynamic Compression : Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Press the RETURN or œ button to return
to the previous menu.
Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
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5. Setting Up the TV Aspect
This allows you to set up the TV screen settings.
1
With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
press the MENU button.
the …† buttons to select the desired
5 Use
item(4:3 Letter Box, 4:3 Pan-Scan or 16:9
Wide). Then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
No Disc
Setup
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
MOVE
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
: 16:9
Wide
4:3 LetterBox
√
Input Level
Pan-Scan
: 4:3
Darker
√
Black Level
Wide
: 16:9
7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
√
Front Display
: Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
If you have a 4:3 standard TV
● 4:3 Letter Box : Select when you want to see the total
16:9 ratio screen DVD supplies, even though you have
a TV with a 4:3 ratio screen. Black bars will appear at
the top and bottom of the screen.
● 4:3 Pan-Scan : Select this for a conventional size TV
when you want to see the central portion of the 16:9
screen. (Extreme left and right side of movie picture
will be cut off.)
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
If you have a wide screen TV or 4:3 standard TV with
a wide-screen mode
● 16:9 Wide : You can view the full 16:9 picture on
your widescreen TV.
EXIT
Select Video using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the TV Aspect using the …† buttons,
4 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Video
TV Aspect
: 16:9 Wide
√
Input Level
: Darker
√
Black Level
: 7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
√
Front Display
: Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Connecting & Setting UP
Timer Rec.
Timer Record
Video
TV Aspect
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Before Recording
Recording
This unit can record on various types of discs. Before
recording, read the following instructions and select the
disc type according to your preference.
Recordable discs
This section shows various DVD recording
methods.
This recorder can record on the following discs.
Recording
DVD-RAM
●
●
DVD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-RWs and DVD-RAMs are rewritable.
DVD-Rs are non-rewritable
Compatibility between Samsung Recorder and
Other Company’s Recorder
Disc Types
Recording
format
DVD-RAM
VR Mode
Recording
Device
Samsung
Other Company
Samsung
VR Mode
Other Company
DVD-RW
Samsung
V Mode
Other Company
Samsung
DVD-R
V Mode
Other Company
Recording the current TV program
you are watching....................................................32
Recording from external equipment.....................34
Copying from a Camcorder...................................35
Making a One Touch Recording (OTR)...............36
Setting a Timer Recording .....................................37
Flexible Recording (only for Timer recording) .......38
Editing the Scheduled Record List .......................38
Deleting the Scheduled Record List .....................39
Recording the Scheduled Record List .......................40
30- English
X
X
finalized
not finalized
finalized
not finalized
finalized
not finalized
finalized
not finalized
finalized
not finalized
finalized
not finalized
Additional Recording in
Samsung Recorder
Recordable
Recordable
Not recordable
Recordable
Not recordable
Recordable
Not recordable
Recordable
Not recordable
Not recordable
Not recordable
Recordable
Not recordable
Not recordable
■
Finalize
- This closes the DVD-R/RW so no
additional recording can be done.
■
Unfinalize
- This allows additional recording on a
DVD-RW disc originally recorded on the
DVD-R120.
- A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded
by DAO in a PC cannot be unfinalized.
- A DVD-RW disc that has been recorded
in Video Mode of a different maker’s
recorder cannot be unfinalized.
- A DVD-R disc cannot be unfinalized.
NOTE
Before Recording ....................................................30
Finalizing
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Recording Formats
Mode
Since available functions differ depending on the disc type,
select a disc that best fits your preferences; When you
insert an unused disc, the following message appears
DVD-RAM: Use after formatting the disc.
Unformatted Disc
Do you want to format this disc?
Yes
Recording Times
Data Rates
XP
Select when the
(high quality mode) video quality is
important.
Approx. 1 hour
about 8 Mbps
SP
Select to record in
(standard quality mode) standard quality.
Approx. 2 hours
about 4 Mbps
Select when a long
LP
recording time is
(long recording mode)
required.
Approx. 4 hours
No
EP
(extended mode)
DVD-RW: When a blank disc is first inserted, the
message “Do you want to initialize this disc?” will
appear. When Yes is selected, the disc will be
formatted in VR Mode.
Characteristic
about 2 Mbps
Select when a longer
recording time is
required.
Approx. 6 hours/
about 1.2 Mbps
Approx. 8 hours/
about 0.8 Mbps
FR
for timer recording only Approx 60 to 480 Min
(Flexible Recording) see page 38.
Approx 0.8 to 8Mbps
Unrecordable video
Uninitialized Disc
Do you want to initialize this disc?
Yes
No
If you want to format in either VR Mode or Video
Mode, refer to Formatting a Disc on page 80.
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
Disc manager
Choose the recording format fot DVD-RW.
Delete All Title Lists
Timer Rec.
DVD-VR
DVD-V
√
Playlist
√
Setup
MOVE
You cannot record copy protected movie.
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
DVD-R: Formatting DVD is unnecessary and only Video
Mode Recording is supported
DVD-RW(Video mode)/-R
Concerning Copy Control Signals
TV broadcasts that contain copy control signals may
have one of the following three signal types, COPY-Free,
Copy-Once and Copy-Never. If you want to record a
copy-once type program, use DVD-RW with CPRM in
VR Mode and DVD-RAM.
Signal type
Copy-Free
Copy-Once
Copy-Never
O
-
-
VR mode
O
O*
-
Media
DVD-RW(Ver.1.1)
DVD-RW(Ver.1.1)
●
●
Chapters will be created automatically when you
finalize recording on DVD-R / DVD-RW discs in Video
mode with the Chapter Creator has been set to On.
The chapter’s length (interval between chapters)
varies according to the recording mode.
Simple editing (erasing titles/changing title name)
DVD-RW(VR mode)/-RAM
●
●
This mode allows multiple editing functions (such as
deletion of the whole title, partial deletion of a title, etc.)
Various editing options using a created Playlist
Recording Mode
Select one of four recording modes by pressing the REC
MODE button repeatedly while the unit is in Stop mode
for the desired recording time and picture quality.
In general, picture quality improves as the recording
time decreases.
In FR Mode, picture quality is adjusted automatically so
that all images for the scheduled time can be recorded
onto the free disc space.
with CPRM
Video mode
O
DVD-R
O
-
-
-
DVD-RAM(Ver.2.0)
O
O*
-
Once “Copy Once” has been recorded, recording cannot
be done anymore.
- Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
CPRM is a mechanism that ties a recording to the media
on which it is recorded. It is supported by some DVD
recorders, but not by many DVD players. Each blank
recordable DVD has a unique 64-bit media ID etched in
the BCA. When protected content is recorded onto the
disc, it can be encrypted with a 56-bit C2 (Cryptomeria)
cipher derived from the media ID.
During playback, the ID is read from the BCA and used
to generate a key to decrypt the contents of the disc.
If the contents of the disc are copied to other media, the
ID will be absent or wrong and the data will not be
decryptable.
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Recording
Video with copy protection cannot be recorded on this
DVD Recorder. When the DVD Recorder receives a copy
guard signal while recording, recording stops and the
following message appears on the screen.
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INPUT
About INFO Key
NU
C ME
Recording the current TV
program you are watching
PLAY L
IST
NU TITLE ME
NU
AN
Y
Y
DIS
L IS T
KE
ME
E
TITL
Before you start
The INFO function allows you to view the current
status and progress of playback and recording.
Depending on the disc type and status, the displayed
screen may be different.
Check that the disc has enough available space for the
recording. Adjust the recording picture quality mode
(see page 31).
Checking the available disc space
(Disc Information)
TV
DVD
INPUT
When recording on an used disc, make sure that there is
enough disc space for recording. With DVD-RWs or
DVD-RAMs, you can free up disc space by erasing titles.
TITL
!
#
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Name
$
%
^
Total Title
Total Playlist
Recordable Time
Protection
Screen
JAN 01 2005 SAT
Disc Info
E L IS T
NU
DIS
C ME
PLAY L
IST
NU TITLE ME
NU
AN
Y
Y
Press the INFO button.
The disc information display window appears.
Items in the display differ depending on the disc type
or recording format.
KE
●
ME
Recording
OPEN / CLOSE
@
Disc
the OPEN/CLOSE button and place a
1 Press
recordable disc on the disc tray.
11
None
01:48 SP
Not Protected
CH 12 [Mono]
12:00 AM
! Disc Type
@ Current information display status
# Disc Name
$ Total Titles : Total number of titles
% Total Playlist : Total number of Playlists
^ Recordable Time : The longest continuous
recording time in each of the recording
modes(approximate)
& Date : Current date and time
&
the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
2 Press
disc tray.
Wait until “LOAD” disappears from the front panel
display.
DVD-RAM
If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, you will be
prompted to format first. Make your selection using the
œ √ buttons , then press ENTER.(See page 31)
Unformatted Disc
Do you want to format this disc?
Yes
No
DVD-RW
If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, you will be
prompted to initialize first. Make your selection using the
œ √ buttons, then press ENTER.(See page 31)
Uninitialized Disc
Do you want to initialize this disc?
Yes
32- English
No
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the CH ( / ) or number ( ~ )
3 Press
buttons to select the current program you
want to record.
the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or
4 Press
press the REC MODE button and then press
the …† button) to select the recording
To stop recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording
in progress.
● When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the
message ‘Updating the information of disc. Please wait
for a moment’ is displayed.
speed(quality).
➞
SP ➞ LP ➞ EP ➞ XP
You can not change the recording mode
and the channel while recording.
■
Recording will stop automatically if there
is no free space left for recording.
■
Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a
disc.
■
Recording will stop automatically if a copy
protected image is selected.
■
If you are using a Cable Box(no antenna),
you cannot watch a different cable TV
program from the one you're recording.
■
DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be
formatted before starting to record. Most
new discs are sold unformatted.
■
Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with
this unit.
NOTE
Record Mode SP (02:12)
5
Press the REC button.
Information concerning the channel is displayed on the
screen and then recording begins. Icon( ) is displayed
on the front panel.
Recording : CH 7 [Mono]
To view the current status of the disc and progress of
recording : Press the INFO button, and the information
about the disc will appear.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Name
Total Title
Total Playlist
Recordable Time
Protection
Screen
APR 24 2005 SUN
Disc Info
15
2
02:00 SP
Not Protected
Recording CH 7 [Mon]
12:00 AM
Press the INFO button once again to view
information about the recording.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Name
Recording Info
APR/04/2005 12:00 AM
CH7
Recording Title
15
Created Time
APR/04/2005 12:00 AM
Recording Time
00:02:05
APR 24 2005 SUN
12:00 AM
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Recording
■
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Recording from external
equipment
5 Press the REC button.
To stop recording
Before you start
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording
in progress.
● When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the
message ‘Updating the information of disc. Please wait
for a moment’ is displayed
Check that the disc has enough available space for the
recording. Adjust the recording mode.
Recording
1
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a
recordable disc on the disc tray.
the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
2 Press
disc tray.
Wait until “LOAD” disappears from the front panel
display.
If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
the INPUT button to select the input
3 Press
source according to the connection you
made.
The front panel display changes in the following
sequence:
➞
Channel Number ➞ L1 ➞ L2 ➞ DV
If you connect a digital camcorder, press the
INPUT button to select DV. (See page 35)
the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or
4 Press
press the REC MODE button and then press
the …† button) to select the recording
speed(quality).
➞
SP ➞ LP ➞ EP ➞ XP
Record Mode SP (02:12)
34- English
■
You can not change the recording mode and
input source while recording.
■
Recording will stop automatically if there is no
free space left for recording.
■
Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a disc.
■
Recording will stop automatically if a copy
protected image is selected.
■
DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be formatted
before starting to record. Most new discs are
sold unformatted.
■
Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this
unit.
NOTE
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Copying from a Camcorder
the Play icon on the upper part of the
5 Select
screen to playback the camcorder and find
the starting position to copy.
You can press the PLAY button of the remote control to
playback the camcorder.
You may control the Camcorder using the IEEE1394
(DV) interface.
start recording, use the œ √ to select
6 Torec(●)
icon in the top side of the screen, then
press the ENTER button.
You can press the REC button of the remote control to
start recording. To display playback related icons on the
screen, press any direction button on the remote control.
Before you start
Check that the disc has enough available space for the
recording. Adjust the recording mode.
the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a
1 Press
recordable disc on the disc tray.
To stop recording
the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
2 Press
disc tray.
Wait until “LOAD” disappears from the front panel
display.
If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
3
Press the REC MODE button repeatedly, (or
press the REC MODE button and then press
the …† button) to select the recording
speed(quality).
➞
SP ➞ LP ➞ EP ➞ XP
■
You can not change the recording mode and
input source while recording.
■
Recording will stop automatically if there is no
free space left for recording.
■
Up to 99 titles can be recorded onto a disc.
■
Recording will stop automatically if a copy
protected image is selected.
■
DVD-RAM/DVD-RW discs must be formatted
before starting to record. Most new discs are
sold unformatted.
■
Do not use DVD-R authoring discs with this
unit.
NOTE
Record Mode SP (02:12)
4 Press the INPUT button to select DV.
If the input is set to DV, a playback/record menu that
enables camcorder control appears on the top of the
screen.
DV
The DV device is connected.
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
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Recording
Press the STOP ( ) button to stop or finish a recording
in progress.
● When using DVD-RAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs, the
message ‘Updating the information of disc. Please wait
for a moment’ is displayed
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To view the current status of the disc and progress of
recording : Press the INFO button, and information
about the disc will appear.
Making a One Touch Recording
(OTR)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Name
Disc Info
Total Title
Total Playlist
Recordable Time
Protection
Screen
APR 24 2005 SUN
You can set the DVD-Recorder to record in 30-minute
increments by pressing the REC button.
15
2
02:00 SP
Not Protected
Recording: CH 7 [Mono]
12:00 AM
Press the INFO button once again. Then you can
check the information about the title being
recorded.
you want to record a TV channel, use the
1 IfCH(
/ ) buttons or number buttons to
select a desired channel.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Name
Recording
If you want to record through a connected
external component, press the INPUT button
to select an appropriate external
input(LINE1, LINE 2 or DV).
●
●
Recording Info
APR/04/2005 12:00 AM
Recording Title
15
Created Time
APR/04/2005 12:00 AM
Recording Time
00:02:05
APR 24 2005 SUN
12:00 AM
CATV channels: 1 to 125
TV channels: 2 to 69
Example 1) Selecting Channel 120
+
+
30 seconds before the recording is done, a
message asking whether you want the recorder to
power off when the recording is done, will appear
on your screen.
Example 2) Selecting Channel 9
+
2 Press the REC button to start recording.
OTR Mode
0:30
OTR is going to be ended soon
and power will be turned off automatically.
Press [ENTER] button to continue to use DVD-Recorder.
OK
To stop recording
3
Press the REC button to adjust the recording
time.
Press the STOP ( ) button. The message “Do you want
to stop recording?” is displayed.
➞ 0:30 ➞ 1:00 ➞ ... 8:00 ➞ off
■
NOTE
The timer counter decreases minute 8:00
to 0:00, then the DVD Recorder stops
recording.
Do you want to stop recording?
Yes
●
36- English
No
Press the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then press
the ENTER button.
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Setting a Timer Recording
●
Source: The video input source (L1, L2 or DV), or
the broadcasting channel you want to make a timer
recording of. When selecting channels to be recorded, the
…† buttons on the remote control can let you select only
the channels that have been memorized during Auto Scan.
For the selection of other channels, use the number buttons.
●
Date: Date that the timer recording starts
You need to set clock (Initial Setup – Clock Set) before
proceeding with a timer recording. (See page 23)
Every Day
MON-SAT
MON-FRI
Every SAT
...
01/01
01/02
...
01/30
01/31
Every SUN
the OPEN/CLOSE button, and place a
1 Press
recordable disc on the disc tray.
●
●
the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the
2 Press
disc tray.
3 Press the MENU button in stop mode.
You can also set a timer recording via the TIMER
button.
■
NOTE
When you are recording at EP mode on a
DVD-RW(V)/R disc, it may not record the
full 6 or 8 hours because the unit uses the
VBR(Variable Bit Rate) ENCODING system.
For example, if you record a program with a
lot of action, it uses a higher bit rate which
in turn consumes more disc memory.
7 Press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
the …† buttons to select Timer Rec.,
4 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
No.
01
02
Source
CH 09
-- --
Date
01/01
--/--
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP
√
--:-- -- --:-- -- --
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
●
Setup
●
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Timer
5 Press
Record, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
The Timer Record Input items are displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
( ) and Timer Set will appear on the front panel
display. This means that a timer recording is set.
Recording is automatically performed when the set
time is reached.
■
Press the œ √ button to select the item
you want to change.
NOTE
■
Source
-- --
Date
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
--/-- No.
--:-01 -- --:-- -- --
Source Date
Start
End
Mode
CH 09 01/01 12 : 00 AM 02 : 00 AM SP
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
MOVE
6
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Fill in the items using the …†œ √ buttons.
œ √ : Moves to the previous/next item,
…† 0~9 : Sets a value.
If the timer settings overlap
The programs are recorded in order of
priority. If timer recording is set for the
first program and then again for the
second program and both programs
overlap, the following message will appear
on the screen: ‘This setting is identical
with 1’ The message shows that the first
program has priority.
After recording of the first program is
complete, the second program starts being
recorded.
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
No.
01
If you make a mistake
■
To exit without saving the current
setting
Press the MENU or TIMER button.
■
To return to the previous menu
Press the RETURN button if you don't
want to set a timer recording.
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Recording
Wait until “LOAD” disappears from the front panel
display.
If an unused DVD-RAM disc is used, whether to format
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
If an unused DVD-RW disc is used, whether to initialize
or not will be asked first. (See page 31)
Start/End Time: Start and end time of the timer recording
Mode (Recording mode)
XP (High quality): Approx. 1 hour
SP (Standard quality): Approx. 2 hours
LP (Long recording): Approx. 4 hours
EP (Extended): Approx. 6 hours or 8 hours.
FR (Flexible Recording): See page 38.
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NOTE
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The timer recording time may differ from
the set time depending on the disc and the
overall timer recording status (for
example, recording times overlapping, or
when the previous recording ends within
3 minutes of the start of the next
recording.)
will start blinking if ‘Timer Recording’
is not ready to start.
the …† buttons to select Scheduled
3 Press
Record List, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
No.
01
02
03
Source
CH 09
CH 05
-- --
MOVE
Flexible Recording (for Timer
recording only)
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
Date
01/01
01/01
--/--
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP
√
12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP
√
--:-- -- --:-- -- --
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select the number
4 Press
of the Scheduled Record List you want to
edit, and then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Edit and Delete items are displayed.
Recording
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
In FR mode, the timer recording’s video quality is
adjusted automatically so that all images for the
scheduled time can be recorded onto the free disc space.
The FR mode recording setup is the same as Timer
Recording. When setting the mode in step 6, set FR
Mode.
Editing the Scheduled Record
List
No.
01
02
03
Source
CH 09
CH 05
-- --
MOVE
Date
01/01
01/01
--/--
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP Edit
√
12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP Delete
√
--:-- -- --:-- -- --
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Edit, and
5 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Timer Record Input item is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
No.
01
Source
-- --
Date
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
--/-- No.
--:-01 -- --:-- -- --
Source Date
Start
End
Mode
CH 09 01/01 12 : 00 AM 02 : 00 AM SP
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
You can change timer record settings using the
scheduled record list menu.
1 Press the MENU button in stop mode.
2
Press the …† buttons to select Timer Rec.,
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
√
Scheduled Record List
√
RETURN
EXIT
Edit the items you want to modify. See the Timer
Record section for more information on Timer
Record Input items. (See page 37.)
Move through the items with the œ √ or
6 number
buttons and change the settings with
…† buttons and press the ENTER button.
the MENU button after the operation is
7 Press
finished.
The menu screen will disappear.
Timer Rec.
Setup
38- English
SELECT
Timer Record
Timer Record
Disc manager
MOVE
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Deleting the Scheduled Record
List
the …† buttons to select the number
4 Press
of the timer recording you want to delete,
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Edit and Delete items are displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
No.
01
02
03
Source
CH 09
CH 05
-- --
Date
01/01
01/01
--/--
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP Edit
√
12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP Delete
√
--:-- -- --:-- -- --
You can delete timer record list using the scheduled
record list menu.
MOVE
1 Press the MENU button in stop mode.
SELECT
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Delete, and
5 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
You will be prompted with the delete confirmation
message, For example : 'Do you want to delete
No.01?'.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Recording
the …† buttons to select Timer Rec.,
2 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
RETURN
Scheduled Record List
Timer Record
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
Title List
Playlist
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
No.
01
Source
-- --
Date
Start
End
Mode Edit
01 -- --:-- -- -√
--/-- No.
--:--
Disc manager
Do you want to delete ‘No. 01’?
Timer Rec.
Yes
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
3
SELECT
RETURN
Title List
Playlist
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
Press the …† buttons to select Scheduled
Record List, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
SELECT
No
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
6 Press
press the ENTER button.
The selected entry will be deleted from the list.
the MENU button after the operation is
7 Press
finished. The menu screen will disappear.
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
■
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
NOTE
DVD-RAM(VR)
You can not delete programs that are
currently recording.
Scheduled Record List
Recordable Time 02:12 SP
No.
01
02
03
MOVE
Source
CH 09
CH 05
-- --
Date
01/01
01/01
--/--
SELECT
Start
End
Mode Edit
√
12:00 AM 02:00 AM SP
√
12:30 AM 09:00 PM LP
√
--:-- -- --:-- -- --
RETURN
EXIT
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Recording the Scheduled
Record List
1
To stop Recording
Press the STOP( ) button, and a message that asks
whether to end recording or not will be displayed.
Do you want to stop recording?
When the start time set in the Scheduled
Record List arrives, if the set is powered off,
the set will be automatically powered on and
starts recording. If the set is already powered
on, a message asking to confirm to proceed
or cancel the timer recording appears.
Yes
●
●
Timer Recording is going to be started soon.
When “Yes” is selected: Recording stops
When “No” is selected: Recording continues
■
Do you want to cancel timer recording?
No
NOTE
Recording
Yes
●
●
When “Yes” is selected: Cancel
When “No” is selected: Recording
■
NOTE
If you are not present to set Yes or No,
recording will still begin automatically.
seconds before the stop time, a
2 Thirty
message that asks whether to automatically
power off or not after recording is displayed.
Timer Recording is going to be ended soon
and power will be turned off automatically.
Press [ENTER] to continue to use DVD-Recorder.
OK
●
When “OK” is selected: Power on after recording
If there is no entry: Auto power off
■
NOTE
40- English
If there is not enough disc space or a
copy prevention signal is received during
recording, recording will stop.
You cannot record copy protected movie.
■
●
No
If you are not present to select OK, the
unit will power off automatically after the
recording finishes.
If there is no free disc space or the disc is
not recordable, recording will not operate.
(You can record after replacing the disc.)
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CM Skip Time using the …† buttons,
4 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
System Setting
CM Skip Time will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Clock Set
(See page 23)
Channel Set
(See page 25)
Setup
MOVE
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
With a disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode,
press the MENU button on the remote control.
Title List
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-R(V)
When a program recorded on a DVD-RAM, a DVD-RW,
or a DVD-R is played, the unit can be set to
automatically skip a portion of the program
corresponding to a CM(commercial) Skip Time set by
the user.
DVD-R(V)
√
Channel Set
EXIT
the desired time using the …†
5 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
CM Skip Time Setting
1
System
Clock Set
Title List
Title List
√
Disc manager
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
Sec
: 630Hours
60 Sec
: Off
√
Chapter Creator
SELECT
RETURN
√
EXIT
you press the CM SKIP button during
6 Ifplayback,
the section corresponding to the
set time is skipped, and then the next section
is played.
Timer Rec.
Setup
CM SKIP
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
3
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
■
CM Skip can be performed only during
normal playback.
■
When the time set is less than a remaining
time of a current title: The next title is
played from the beginning.
■
When the time set is less than a remaining
time of a play list, the next scene is
played.
■
CM Skip does not work in a still picture
mode.
■
When a set time is less than a remaining
time of a scene, a last title, or a last track
that is displayed currently, a prohibition
mark appears.
■
CM Skip releases Repeat (including
Repeat A-B, Chapter, and Title).
■
CM Skip may not operate with some
DVD-Video discs.
NOTE
EXIT
Select System using the …† buttons, then
press the ENTER or √ button.
System menu will be displayed.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Settings & Adjustments
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
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EP Mode Time Setting
Automatic Chapter Creation
You can set the EP (Extended Play) mode’s time setting
to 6 or 8 hours.
This function only works for DVD-RW (Video) and
DVD-R discs.
a disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode,
1 With
press the MENU button on the remote control.
a disc inserted and the unit in Stop mode,
1 With
press the MENU button on the remote control.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Title List
√
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
SELECT
RETURN
You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
√
Disc manager
Audio
√
Timer Rec.
Video
√
Setup
√
DVD-R(V)
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
√
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
Setup
DVD-R(V)
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Timer Rec.
Setup
Title List
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 66 Hours
Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
8 Hours
√
●
RETURN
EXIT
RETURN
EXIT
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Timer Rec.
SELECT
SELECT
EXIT
Off: Select this option when you do not want to make
the chapter menu.
On: Select this option when you want to make the
chapter menu.
Disc manager
MOVE
√
the ENTER or √ button, and then
select On using the …† buttons.
5 Press
●
√
√
Parental Control
DVD-R(V)
System
Channel Set
√
Video
Chapter Creator will be displayed.
EXIT
Clock Set
√
Audio
Chapter Creator using the …†
4 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
System
Select the desired time using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
Disc manager
MOVE
EXIT
EP Mode Time will be displayed.
Disc manager
Title List
Channel Set
√
√
Language
DVD-R(V)
√
: 15 Sec
Setup
System
System menu will be displayed.
System
CM Skip Time
EXIT
Select System using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
Clock Set
EP Mode Time using the …† buttons,
4 Select
then press the ENTER or √ button.
Title List
MOVE
EXIT
System menu will be displayed.
Disc manager
Title List
Language
RETURN
RETURN
DVD-R(V)
√
SELECT
SELECT
√
You can't use the Setup functions while playing a disc.
Setup
Parental Control
Title List
Title List
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
System
Select System using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
Title List
MOVE
EXIT
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
Settings & Adjustments
Title List
Disc manager
MOVE
5
DVD-R(V)
Title List
Setup
System
Clock Set
√
Channel Set
√
CM Skip Time
: 15 Sec
√
EP Mode Time
: 6 Hours
√
Chapter Creator
: Off
√
On
60- English
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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■
Set the chapter creator to on and then
start recording. Stopping the recording
will automatically create a chapter menu.
■
This function only works for normal
recording.
- After the recording has begun, the “Do
you want to create the chapter menu
after this recording?” message appears
for 10 seconds. Select “Yes” or “No”.
- Selecting “Yes” will create a new chapter
menu while selecting “No” will not.
- A new chapter is created according to
the selected recording mode. A chapter
will be about 5 minutes long in XP and
SP, and about 15 minutes long in LP and
EP mode.
NOTE
■
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
CAUTION
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Select Language using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
Language setup menu will be displayed.
To display the created chapters, finalize
the disc and then press the DISC MENU
button. The chapters menu appears.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
■
Setup
System
The Automatic Chapter Creation function
does not work during Timer Recording or
when you turn the power off.
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Language Setting
MOVE
EXIT
Language
Audio
: Original
√
Subtitle
: Automatic
√
Disc Menu
: English
√
On-Screen Menu : English
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select the desired sub
4 Use
menu and press the ENTER or √ button.
the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button on the remote control.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
●
●
●
Audio Language: For the disc audio language.
Subtitle Language: For the disc subtitles.
Disc Menu Language: For the disc menu contained on
the disc
On-Screen Menu Language: For the player menu of
your DVD recorder
the desired Language using the …†
5 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
Language
Audio
√
: Original
Original
Subtitle
English
: Automatic
√
Français
: English
Deutsch
On-Screen Menu : English
Español
Disc Menu
√
√
Italiano
Nederlands
Korean
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
MOVE
EXIT
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
■
Press the RETURN or œ button to return
to the previous menu.
Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
■
The selected language will only appear if
it is supported on the disc.
NOTE
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Settings & Adjustments
●
If you set the On-Screen menu, disc menu, audio and
subtitle language in advance, they will come up
automatically every time you watch a movie.
If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the
original pre-recorded language is selected.
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Video (Display) Setting
Select the sub menu(TV Aspect,…,3D Noise
4 the
Reduction) using the …† buttons, then press
ENTER or √ button.
TV Aspect: see page 29
Input Level
Adjusts the level of the input signal.
This allows you to set up the TV screen settings.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
1
With the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
press the MENU button on the remote control.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
●
●
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Timer Rec.
Setup
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Settings & Adjustments
SELECT
RETURN
: Darker
√
Black Level
: Lighter
7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
√
Front Display
: Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
No Disc
●
MOVE
√
Input Level
EXIT
Black Level
Adjusts the black level of the screen.
Setup
System
: 16:9 Wide
Darker : If you feel the screen is too light and you
want to make the screen darker.
Lighter : If you feel the screen is too dark and you
want to make the screen lighter.
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Video
TV Aspect
●
EXIT
Video
TV Aspect
: 16:9 Wide
√
Input Level
: Darker
√
Black Level
: 07.5
IRE
IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: 7.5
Off IRE
√
Front Display
: Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
0 IRE : Select this when you want darker screen.
7.5 IRE : Select this when you want lighter
screen.
3D Noise Reduction (motion adaptive noise reduction)
Select Video using the …† buttons, then
3 press
the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Video option menu will be displayed.
Setup
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
●
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
62- English
: 16:9 Wide
√
Input Level
: Darker
√
Black Level
: 7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
On Dim
: Auto
√
Front Display
System
●
MOVE
Video
TV Aspect
SELECT
RETURN
√
EXIT
On : Provides a cleaner picture through noise
reduction (for recording).
Off : Normal
Video
TV Aspect
: 16:9 Wide
√
Input Level
: Darker
√
Black Level
: 7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
√
Front Display
: Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
■
NOTE
Black level function is not available in the
progressive scan mode.
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Front Display
Adjust the brightness of the unit’s front panel display.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
●
●
●
Parental Control
Video
TV Aspect
: 16:9 Wide
√
Input Level
: Darker
√
Black Level
: 7.5 IRE
√
3D Noise Reduction
: Off
√
Front Display
: Auto
BrightDim
Dim
Auto Dim
√
SELECT
RETURN
The Parental Control function works in conjunction
with DVDs that have been assigned a rating - which
helps you control the types of DVDs that your family
watches. There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.
EXIT
Bright : Makes the Front Panel Display bright.
Dim : Makes the Front Panel Display dim.
Auto Dim : Makes the Front Panel Display dim
automatically when playing a DVD.
the unit in Stop mode/No Disc mode,
1 With
press the MENU button on the remote control.
No Disc
5
Use the …† buttons to select the desired
item. Then press the ENTER or √ button.
■
Press the RETURN or œ button to return
to the previous menu.
Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
■
IRE: Short for the Institute of Radio
Engineers. An IRE unit is a relative unit of
measure equaling 1/140th of the peak-topeak (p-p) video amplitude.
NOTE
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Timer Record
Timer Record
√
Scheduled Record List
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Setup using the …† buttons, then
2 Select
press the ENTER or √ button.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Parental Control using the …†
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
3 Select
When you operate your DVD recorder for the first time,
the ‘Create the Password’ message will be displayed.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
Setup
System
√
Language
√
Audio
√
Video
√
Parental Control
√
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Settings & Adjustments
MOVE
Setup
System
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a 4-digit password using the 0 to 9
4 Create
buttons on the remote control.
No Disc
About the Rating Level
Parental Control
1 Select Rating Level using the …† buttons.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Create the password
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Parental Control
Password
:On
√
Rating Level
: Level 1 Kids
√
Change Password
NUMBER
5
SELECT
RETURN
√
EXIT
The Re-enter Password screen appears to
confirm the password. Enter your password
again.
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
2 Press the ENTER or √ button.
The rating level will be displayed.
No Disc
Parental Control
Timer Rec.
No Disc
Setup
Timer Rec.
Confirm the password
Setup
Parental Control
Level 8 Adults√
:On
Level17Kids √
: Level
Password
Rating Level
Change Password
Level 6
√
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
NUMBER
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Level 1 Kids
MOVE
the ENTER or √ button, and then
6 Press
select On using the …† buttons.
The Parental Control screen appears.
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Rating Level you want using the …†
3 Select
buttons, then press the ENTER or √ button.
For example, if you select up to Level 6, discs that
contain Level 7, 8 will not play. A larger number
indicates that the program is intended for adult use only.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Parental Control
Password
Settings & Adjustments
■
NOTE
64- English
√
On
Setup
MOVE
Off
:Off
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Press the RETURN or œ button to return
to the previous menu.
Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
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Changing the Password
Change Password using the …†
1 Select
buttons.
No Disc
Timer Rec.
Setup
Parental Control
Password
:On
√
Rating Level
: Level 1 Kids
√
Change Password
MOVE
SELECT
√
RETURN
EXIT
2 Press the ENTER or √ button.
The 'Enter the password.' message will be displayed.
No Disc
Change Password
Timer Rec.
Setup
Enter the password
NUMBER
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the 4-digit password using the 0 to 9
3 Enter
buttons on the remote control.
No Disc
Change Password
Timer Rec.
Setup
Settings & Adjustments
Enter the password
* * *
NUMBER
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
'Confirm the password.' message will be
4 The
displayed.
Enter your password again using the 0 to 9 buttons on
the remote control.
No Disc
Change Password
Timer Rec.
Setup
Confirm the password
* * *
NUMBER
■
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
See page 87 if you forgot your password.
NOTE
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Editing
Editing
This section introduces basic functions of DVD
editing and explains both edit functions for the
recording on a disc and edit functions for the entire
disc.
●
Title List
A title is a section of recorded video and audio.
Title List shows a list to help you select a title.
Since the title list consists of the information on
stream that is actually recorded, if one title is deleted,
that title cannot be played again.
●
Play List
This refers to a unit of playback, which is made by
selecting a desired scene in the entire Title List.
When one playlist is played, only the scene selected
by the user will play and then stop. Since only the
information necessary for playing a desired scene is
included in a playlist, even if that playlist is deleted,
the original stream will not be deleted.
Recording or editing might not be completed if an
error, such as a sudden power failure occurs.
Basic Editing (Title List)......................................67
Advance Editing (Play List) ................................71
Disc Manager ..........................................................79
66- English
Please be aware that a material that has been
damaged is unable to be retrieved to its original
content.
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DVD-RAM(VR)
Rename
Basic Editing (Title List)
A
F
K
P
U
Z
B
G
L
Q
V
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
Back Space
Renaming(Labeling) a Title
Follow these instructions to rename a title list entry, i.e.,
to edit the title of a recorded program.
a
f
k
p
u
z
b c d
g h i
l m n
q r s
n w x
Space
MOVE
e
j
o
t
y
Delete
SELECT
Clear
RETURN
Save
EXIT
the desired characters using the …† œ
4 Select
√ buttons, press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Rename
Sports(A1)
Using the TITLE LIST button
A
F
K
P
U
Z
1 Press the TITLE LIST button.
The Title List screen is displayed
B
G
L
Q
V
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
Back Space
MOVE
a
f
k
p
u
z
b c d
g h i
l m n
q r s
n w x
Space
SELECT
e
j
o
t
y
Delete
Clear
RETURN
Save
EXIT
Using the MENU button
●
●
Press the MENU button.
Press the …† buttons to select Title List, then
press the ENTER or √ button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
●
Length Edit
01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21
√
02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03
√
03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15
√
04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16
√
APR/19/2004 12:00 AM CH12
05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32
√
APR/19/2004
06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16
√
MOVE
●
Title List
No. Title
12:00 AM
●
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
●
●
Back Space: Moves the cursor one position
backwards.(Equivalent to the CANCEL button)
Space: Enters a blank and moves the cursor one
forward (to the right).
Delete: Deletes the character at the cursor position.
Clear: Deletes all the character inputs.
Save: Registers the character inputs.
the …† œ √ buttons to select Save,
5 Press
and then press the ENTER button.
The changed title name is displayed on the title item of
the selected entry.
the …† buttons to select an entry you
2 Press
want to rename from the Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
APR/21/2004 12:00 AM CH12
APR/21/2004
MOVE
Title List
No. Title
Title List
No. Title
12:00 AM
DVD-RAM(VR)
Sports (A1)
√
APR/19/2004
02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03
√
12:00 AM
03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15
Play
√
04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16
Rename
√
Delete
05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32
Edit
06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16
√
SP
SELECT
Length Edit
01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21
MOVE
Length Edit
01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21
√
02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03
√
03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15
√
04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16
√
05 Sports(A1)
00:06:32
√
06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16
√
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
√
Protection
RETURN
EXIT
Editing
the …† buttons to select Rename, and
3 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
No. Title
APR/21/2004 12:00 AM CH12
APR/21/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
01 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:21
√
02 APR/19/2004 1 00:00:03
√
03 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:15
Play
√
04 APR/20/2004 2 00:00:16
Rename
√
Delete
05 APR/21/2004 1 00:06:32
Edit
06 APR/21/2004 1 00:08:16
√
SP
SELECT
Length Edit
√
Protection
RETURN
EXIT
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Locking(Protecting) a Title
Follow these instructions to lock an entry to protect it
from accidental deletion.
the œ √ buttons to select On, and then
4 Press
press the ENTER button. The key icon on the
information window for the selected entry
changes to the locked status. (
DVD-RAM(VR)
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
√
Press the TITLE LIST button.
Sports(A1)
05 Sports(A1)
00:06:32
√
The Title List screen is displayed
APR/19/2004
06 Edu 1
00:08:16
√
12:00 AM
MOVE
)
Title List
Using the TITLE LIST button
1
➝
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Using the MENU button
●
●
Press the MENU button.
Press the …† buttons to select Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Drama
APR/19/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
√
05 Sports(A1)
00:06:32
√
06 Edu 1
00:08:16
√
Deleting a Title
Follow these instructions to delete an entry from the
Title List.
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Using the TITLE LIST button
the …† buttons to select an entry you
2 Press
want to protect in the Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
1 Press the TITLE LIST button.
The Title List screen is displayed
Using the MENU button
DVD-RAM(VR)
●
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
●
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
APR/19/2004 12:00 AM CH12
05 Sports(A1)
06 Edu 1
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
√
APR/19/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
3
Title List
SP
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
EXIT
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
√
Drama
05 Sports(A1)
00:06:32
√
APR/19/2004
06 Edu 1
00:08:16
√
12:00 AM
MOVE
SP
SELECT
RETURN
APR/19/2004
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
05 Sports(A1)
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
√
06 Edu 1
SP
the …† buttons to select an entry you
2 Press
want to delete in the Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
√
Protection
DVD-RAM(VR)
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
EXIT
Title List
Sports(A1)
APR/19/2004
Title Protection:
12:00 AM
MOVE
On
Sports(A1)
Off
APR/19/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
68- English
EXIT
Title List
Sports(A1)
Editing
DVD-RAM(VR)
√
Protection
Press the …† buttons to select Protection,
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
12:00 AM
Press the MENU button.
Press the …† buttons to select Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button twice.
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
05 Sports(A1)
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
√
06 Edu 1
SP
SELECT
Protection
RETURN
EXIT
√
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the …† buttons to select Delete, and
3 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
APR/19/2004
MOVE
Follow these instructions to delete a section of a Title
List entry.
Title List
Sports(A1)
12:00 AM
Deleting a Section of a Title
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
05 Sports(A1)
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
√
06 Edu 1
SP
SELECT
EXIT
You will be prompted with the confirmation
message.
DVD-RAM(VR), DVD-RW(VR mode): Since
Playlist is present, the message ‘Do you want to
delete?(Related playlists may be deleted.)’ is
displayed.
DVD-RW(Video mode), DVD-R: Since Playlist is
not present, the message ‘Do you want to delete?’
is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Using the TITLE LIST button
√
Protection
RETURN
(VR mode)
Title List
1 Press the TITLE LIST button.
The Title List screen is displayed
Using the MENU button
●
●
Press the MENU button.
Press the …† buttons to select Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button twice.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
√
Drama
05 Sports(A1)
00:06:32
√
APR/19/2004
06 Edu 1
00:08:16
√
12:00 AM
MOVE
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Do you want to delete?
(Related playlists
may be deleted.)
Sports(A1)
Yes
No
APR/19/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
SP
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select an entry you
2 Press
want to edit from the Title List, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
●
4
Title List
This may depend on the type of disc.
Press the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
press the ENTER button.
Sports(A1)
APR/19/2004
12:00 AM
MOVE
■
NOTE
You cannot delete a protected entry.
If you want to delete a protected entry,
select “Off” in the Title Protection menu.
■
Once an entry is deleted from the Title
List it cannot be recovered.
■
Once DVD-R, DVD-RW is finalized, it
cannot be deleted.
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
05 Sports(A1)
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
√
06 Edu 1
SP
SELECT
RETURN
Title List
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Drama
00:00:21
√
02 Music
00:00:03
√
03 Sports
00:00:15
Play
√
04 Movie
00:00:16
Rename
√
Sports(A1)
05 Sports(A1)
√
APR/19/2004
06 Edu 1
Delete
00:06:32
Edit
00:08:16
12:00 AM
MOVE
SP
SELECT
Editing
With DVD-R, titles are only deleted from
the menu, however, the Title remains
physically on the disc.
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Edit, and
3 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
■
√
Protection
√
Protection
RETURN
EXIT
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the …† buttons to select Delete, and
4 Press the ENTER button at the starting point. 6 Press
then press the ENTER button.
The image and starting point time are displayed in the
section deletion starting point window.
DVD-RAM(VR)
The selected section has been deleted.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Title List
Edit Title List
Title List No. 05
Title List No. 05
Start
Start
Start
End
00:00:06
00:00:10
Start
Delete
Delete
Sports(A1)
Sports(A1)
APR/21/2005 11:50 PM
MOVE
End
00:00:06
00:10:15
SELECT
End
00:00:00
RETURN
APR/21/2005 11:50 PM
Return
MOVE
EXIT
SELECT
End
00:10:10
RETURN
DVD-RAM(VR)
EXIT
Edit Title List
Title List No. 05
Edit Title List Screen Elements
Start
Do you want to delete?
Start
00:00:06
(Deleted part will not
be restored.)
00:10:15
Yes
DVD-RAM(VR)
Return
End
Delete
No
Sports(A1)
Edit Title List
APR/21/2005 11:50 PM
Title List No. 05
MOVE
SELECT
End
00:10:10
RETURN
Return
EXIT
Start
Start
①
②
End
00:00:06
00:00:10
➂
Delete
Sports(A1)
APR/21/2005 11:50 PM
MOVE
SELECT
End
00:00:00
RETURN
Return
➃
EXIT
buttons to select Yes and the Press
7 Press
the ENTER button.
œ√
1 Playback bar
2 Playtime
3 Section deletion starting point window and time
4 Section deletion end point window and time
● Select the start and end points of the section you
want to delete using the playback related buttons.
● Playback related buttons: (
, ,
, ).
,
5 Press the ENTER button at the end point.
The image and end point time are displayed in the
Section deletion ending point window.
DVD-RAM(VR)
To return to the Title List screen, press the …† buttons
to select Return.
■
The length of the section to be deleted
must be at least 5 seconds long.
■
If the length of the section to be deleted is
less than 5 seconds, you will be prompted
with the message 'The range is too short.'.
■
If the end time precedes the starting point,
you will be prompted with the message
‘End point cannot be marked earlier than
start point’.
■
The section cannot be deleted when it
includes a still picture.
■
Press the MENU button after the
operation has finished.
The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.
NOTE
Edit Title List
Title List No. 05
Start
Start
00:00:06
00:10:15
End
Delete
Sports(A1)
APR/21/2005 11:50 PM
Editing
MOVE
70- English
SELECT
End
00:10:10
RETURN
Return
EXIT
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Advanced Editing (Play List)
5 Press the ENTER button at the end point.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Make Scene
Scene No. 001
Start
Start
Creating a Playlist
00:10:00
End
Make
New Playlist
APR/19/05 12:00 AM
Follow these instructions to create a new playlist entry
from a recorded title.
MOVE
(VR mode)
1
00:00:10
●
With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
button on the remote control.
the …† buttons to select Playlist, and
2 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Playlist
Title List
New Playlist
√
Playlist
Edit Playlist
√
●
SELECT
End
00:10:00
RETURN
Return
EXIT
The image and end point time are displayed in the
End window.
The yellow-colored selection bar moves to the Make
item.
- To make a new playlist -
the …† buttons to select Make, and
6 Press
then press the ENTER button.
A new Scene will be added to the current Playlist.
A new Make Scene screen is displayed.
Repeat the above steps to create further scenes.
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
■
If you want to make a new playlist, go to
MENU ➞ new playlist.
■
You can check and see all the scenes on
Edit Playlist screen.
NOTE
the …† buttons to select New Playlist,
3 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Make Scene screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Make Scene
Scene No. 001
Start
Start
End
00:00:00
00:00:10
- To return to Edit Playlist menu -
the …† buttons to select Return, and
7 Press
then press the ENTER button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
Make
New Playlist
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MOVE
4
SELECT
End
00:00:00
RETURN
Return
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
No. Title
EXIT
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Press the ENTER button at the start point.
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
√
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
√
7 Scene
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MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Make Scene
Scene No. 001
Start
00:00:10
00:00:10
End
Make
■
You can create up to 99 playlist entries.
■
Depending on the kind of disc, the
displayed screen may have a slight
difference.
■
Press the MENU or PLAY LIST button
after the operation has finished.
The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.
New Playlist
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MOVE
●
●
●
SELECT
End
00:00:00
RETURN
Return
NOTE
EXIT
The image and time at the start point are displayed on
the Start window.
The yellow-colored selection bar moves to the End
item.
Select the starting point of the section from which you
want to create a new scene using the playback related
buttons ( , , , , ).
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Playing Entries in the Playlist
Follow these instructions to play the playlist entries.
the …† buttons to select Play, and then
3 Press
select the ENTER button.
The playlist entries will be played.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
(VR mode)
1
No. Title
Press the PLAY LIST button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
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7 Scene
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/0 00:00:15
Play
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
Rename
√
Edit Scene √
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
Copy
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DVD-RAM(VR)
MOVE
Edit Playlist
No. Title
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SELECT
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/0 00:00:15
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
√
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
√
√ Play
7 Scene
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Using the MENU button
●
●
●
Press the MENU button in the stop mode.
Press the …† buttons to select Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
●
To view the current status of the disc and progress of
playback : Press the INFO button, and the
information about the disc will appear.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Name
DVD-RAM(VR)
Total Title
Total Playlist
Recordable Time
Protection
Screen
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Playlist
Title List
New Playlist
√
Playlist
Edit Playlist
√
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Disc Info
14
5
00:00:15 SP
Not Protected
Playback [Playlist]
06:43 AM
Setup
MOVE
2
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
●
Press the …† buttons to select the title you
want to edit from the Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed : Play, Rename, Edit
Scene, Copy, Delete.
Editing
●
Press the INFO button once again. Then you can
check the information about the playlist currently
playing back.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Name
Playing Info
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Playlist
Created Time
Length
Playing Time
Total Scene
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3/5
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00:00:15
00:00:05
7
12:00 AM
The screen returns to the Edit Playlist screen when the
playback has finished.
4 Press the STOP button to stop playing.
The screen returns to the Edit Playlist screen.
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Renaming a Playlist Entry
Follow these instructions to rename a playlist entry, i.e.
to edit the title of a playlist entry.
the desired characters using the …† œ
4 Enter
√ buttons.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Rename
Dolphin
(VR mode)
A
F
K
P
U
Z
1 Press the PLAY LIST button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
B
G
L
Q
V
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
Back Space
MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
a
f
k
p
u
z
b c d
g h i
l m n
q r s
n w x
Space
SELECT
e
j
o
t
y
Delete
Clear
RETURN
Save
EXIT
Edit Playlist
No. Title
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Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
√
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
√
●
●
7 Scene
This function is the same as the Rename function in
renaming the title list. (See page 67.)
The maximum number of characters that can be
entered is 31. All 31 characters can be displayed
by pressing the INFO button.
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Using the MENU button
●
●
●
2
Press the MENU button in the stop mode.
Press the …† buttons to select Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select the title you
want to edit from the Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed :Play, Rename, Edit
Scene, Copy, Delete
DVD-RAM(VR)
The changed title is displayed in the title field of the
selected playlist entry.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Dolphin
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:15
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
√
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
√
7 Scene
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Edit Playlist
No. Title
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7 Scene
SELECT
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15
Play
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
Rename
√
Edit Scene √
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
Copy
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MOVE
the …† œ √ buttons to select Save,
5 Press
and then press the ENTER button.
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Rename, and
3 Press
then press the ENTER button.
Edit Playlist
No. Title
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7 Scene
SELECT
Length Edit
01 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:21
√
02 APR/23/2005/0 00:00:03
√
03 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:15
Play
√
04 APR/24/2005/1 00:00:16
Rename
√
Edit Scene √
05 APR/25/2005/2 00:06:32
Copy
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MOVE
Editing
DVD-RAM(VR)
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
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Editing a Scene for the Playlist
Playing a Selected Scene
Follow these instructions to edit scenes for a playlist.
the
buttons to select the scene
4 Press
you want to play, and then press the ENTER
button.
…† œ √
(VR mode)
1
The playlist entry to be played is selected.
Press the PLAY LIST button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Scene
2/7
Playlist No. 3
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
√
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
Science
Delete
7 Scene
MOVE
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Using the MENU button
●
●
●
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
Press the MENU button in the stop mode.
Press the …† buttons to select Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
5 Press the ENTER button.
The selected scene is played.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
2/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
2
Press the …† buttons to select the title you
want to edit from the Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
Play
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
Rename
√
Edit Scene
7 Scene
Copy
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RETURN
Editing
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
Play
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
Rename
√
Dolphin
Edit Scene
7 Scene
Copy
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SELECT
Delete
RETURN
DVD-RAM(VR)
EXIT
Edit Scene
1/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
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00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
√ Play
EXIT
The Edit Scene screen is displayed.
MOVE
03
Delete
SELECT
the …† buttons to select Edit Scene,
3 Press
and then press the ENTER button.
Scene No.
00:00:07
MOVE
●
MOVE
02
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Dolphin
MOVE
00:00:26
Add
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit
Scene, Copy, Delete
DVD-RAM(VR)
01
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
To stop scene play, press the STOP button.
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Modifying a Scene (Replacing a Scene)
the ENTER button at the end point of
7 Press
the scene.
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Modify Scene
Scene No. 002
Start
4
Press the …† œ √ buttons to select the scene
you want to modify, and then press the
ENTER button.
Start
Scene No.
Change
Dolphin
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MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
End
00:00:00
00:00:25
SELECT
End
00:00:00
RETURN
Cancel
EXIT
Edit Scene
2/7
Playlist No. 3
●
Play
The image and ending point time are displayed in the
End window.
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Change, and
8 Press
then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Modify Scene
Scene No. 002
the …† buttons to select Modify, and
5 Press
then press the ENTER button.
Start
Start
00:00:00
00:00:30
End
Change
Natural
03/05/29 03:34:00(PM)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
2/7
MOVE
SELECT
End
00:00:30
RETURN
Cancel
EXIT
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
●
The scene you want to modify is changed with the
selected section.
Move
Add
DVD-RAM(VR)
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
Scene No.
Edit Scene
2/7
Playlist No. 3
EXIT
Play
Modify
6
Press the ENTER button at the start point of
the scene.
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Add
MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
Move
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
Modify Scene
Scene No. 002
Start
Start
00:00:00
00:00:20
End
Change
Dolphin
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MOVE
●
00:00:00
RETURN
Cancel
EXIT
The image and starting point time are displayed on the
Start window.
Select the starting or ending point of the section you
want to modify using the playback related buttons
( , , , , ).
Editing
●
SELECT
End
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Moving a Scene (Changing the Position of a Scene)
■
NOTE
Depending on the kind of disc, the
displayed screen may have a slight
difference.
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.
the …† œ √ buttons to select the
4 Press
scene you want to move (change the
position), and then press the ENTER button.
Adding a Scene
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
3/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
the …† œ √ buttons to select the
4 Press
scene that will have a new scene inserted
before it, and then press the ENTER button.
A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to
be added as the new scene.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
5
Press the …† buttons to select Move, then
press the ENTER button.
Edit Scene
4/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:00
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
3/7
Playlist No. 3
MOVE
Play
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:03
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
MOVE
●
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Add, then
5 Press
press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
A yellow selection window is displayed on the scene to
be moved.
Scene No.
Edit Scene
4/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
6
Press the …† œ √ buttons to select the
position to which you want to move the
selected scene, and then select the ENTER
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Playlist No. 3
Modify
00:00:26
Editing
00:00:03
MOVE
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
04
00:00:00
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Move
Add
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
the ENTER button at the starting point
6 Press
of the scene.
Move
DVD-RAM(VR)
Add
04
00:00:26
Edit Scene
6/7
Play
01
01
05
00:00:11
SELECT
06
00:00:04
RETURN
Add Scene
Scene No. 004
Delete
Start
EXIT
Start
00:00:15
00:00:15
End
Add
Sclence
●
The selected scene is moved to the selected position.
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MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
5/7
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
Move
Add
04
00:00:03
MOVE
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RETURN
Cancel
EXIT
Playlist No. 3
Play
00:00:26
00:00:00
Edit Scene
●
Modify
01
SELECT
End
05
00:00:11
SELECT
06
00:00:04
RETURN
Delete
EXIT
●
The image and starting point time are displayed in the
Start window.
Select the end point of the section where you want to
add the new scene using the playback related buttons
( , , , , ).
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the ENTER button at the end point of
7 Press
the scene.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Copying a Playlist Entry to the
Playlist
Add Scene
Scene No. 004
Start
Start
00:00:15
00:00:15
Using the PLAY LIST button
End
Add
Dolphin
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MOVE
●
8
SELECT
End
00:00:35
RETURN
Cancel
EXIT
1 Press the PLAY LIST button.
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
The image and time of the end point are displayed in
the End window.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Press the …† buttons to select Add, and
then press the ENTER button.
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
√
Science
7 Scene
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DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
4/8
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Playlist No. 3
Play
01
04
00:00:26
00:00:15
MOVE
●
●
02
05
00:00:07
00:00:11
SELECT
03
06
00:00:04
00:00:04
RETURN
Modify
Using the MENU button
Move
●
Add
●
Delete
EXIT
The section you want to add is inserted prior to the
scene selected in step 4.
To cancel, press the …† buttons to select cancel and
then press the ENTER button.
●
Press the MENU button in the stop mode.
Press the …† buttons to select Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
the …† buttons to select the title you
2 Press
want to copy to the Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit
Scene, Copy, Delete
Deleting a Scene
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
To setup, follow the steps 1 to 3 in page 74.
4
Press the …† œ √ buttons to select the
scene you want to delete, and then press the
ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Scene No.
Edit Scene
4/7
Playlist No. 3
Play
Modify
01
00:00:26
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
00:00:15
MOVE
05
00:00:11
SELECT
06
00:00:04
RETURN
00:00:00
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
Rename
√
Copy
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MOVE
SELECT
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Copy, and
then press the ENTER button.
3 Press
Playlist that has been selected will be copied.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
EXIT
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
Play
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
Rename
√
Dolphin
Edit Scene
7 Scene
Copy
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MOVE
SELECT
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
Edit Scene
4/7
Playlist No. 3
02
00:00:07
03
00:00:04
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
Move
Add
04
00:00:06
Play
Edit Scene
Modify
00:00:26
√
03 Dolphin
7 Scene
Play
01
√
00:00:06
Editing
Scene No.
00:00:17
02 Sky
Dolphin
Delete
the …† buttons to select Delete, and
5 Press
then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Length Edit
01 Science
Move
Add
04
No. Title
05
00:00:11
06
00:00:04
Delete
Dolphin
No. Title
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
√
05 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
7 Scene
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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■
The playlist can contain up to 99 playlist
entries (titles).
■
Press the MENU button after the
operation has finished.
The Edit Playlist screen will disappear.
NOTE
the …† buttons to select Delete, and
3 Press
then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
Dolphin
1 Press the PLAY LIST button.
Length Edit
01 Science
00:00:17
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
Play
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
Rename
√
05 Dolphin
Edit Scene √
00:00:06
Copy
7 Scene
Deleting a Playlist Entry from the
Playlist
Using the PLAYLIST button
No. Title
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MOVE
●
SELECT
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
You will be prompted with the delete confirmation
message 'Do you want to delete?'.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
The Edit Playlist screen is displayed.
Do you want to delete?
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Length Edit
Dolphin
01 Science
00:00:17
√
7 Scene
02 Sky
Science
00:00:06
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
√
05 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
Yes
No
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
7 Scene
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
4 Press
press the ENTER button.
Using the MENU button
●
●
●
Press the MENU button in the stop mode.
Press the …† buttons to select Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Press the …† buttons to select Edit Playlist, and then
press the ENTER or √ button.
You automatically returned to the Edit Playlist screen
after the delete operation has finished.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Edit Playlist
Deleting...
(Please wait)
2
Press the …† buttons to select the title you
want to edit from the Playlist, and then press
the ENTER or √ button.
Dolphin
7 Scene
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
The Edit Playlist menu is displayed:Play, Rename, Edit
Scene, Copy, Delete
DVD-RAM(VR)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Dolphin
00:00:17
√
Length Edit
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
01 Science
00:00:17
√
03 Dolphin
00:00:06
√
02 Sky
00:00:06
√
04 Natural
00:00:37
√
Editing
√
√
7 Scene
00:00:37
Rename
05 Dolphin
Edit Scene √
00:00:06
Copy
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00:00:06
Play
Natural
04 Natural
7 Scene
SELECT
Length Edit
01 Science
No. Title
03 Dolphin
MOVE
Edit Playlist
No. Title
Edit Playlist
Delete
RETURN
EXIT
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MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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the desired characters using the
4 Enter
buttons.
Disc Manager
…† œ
√
DVD-RAM(VR)
Rename
Disc
A
F
K
P
U
Z
Editing the Disc Name
Follow these instructions to give a name to a disc.
B
G
L
Q
V
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
E
J
O
T
Y
Back Space
the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
1 With
button on the remote control.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
●
b c d
g h i
l m n
q r s
n w x
Space
MOVE
●
a
f
k
p
u
z
e
j
o
t
y
Delete
SELECT
Clear
RETURN
Save
EXIT
This function is the same as the Rename function in
renaming the title list. (See page 67.)
The maximum number of characters that can be
entered is 31. All 31 characters can be displayed
by pressing the INFO button.
Title List
Title List
√
the
buttons to select Save and
5 Press
then press the ENTER button.
…† œ √
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
A disc name is given to the disc.
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
2
Press the …† buttons to select Disc
Manager, then press the ENTER or √ button.
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Setup
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
■
You may need to clear disc protect before
beginning editing.(see page 80.)
■
Depending on the kind of disc, the
displayed screen may be different.
NOTE
MOVE
: Disc
Timer Rec.
MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
Playlist
Disc Name
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Disc Name,
3 Press
then press the ENTER or √ button.
The Rename screen is displayed.
DVD-RAM(VR)
B
G
L
Q
V
C
H
M
R
W
D
I
N
S
X
Back Space
MOVE
E
J
O
T
Y
a
f
k
p
u
z
b c d
g h i
l m n
q r s
n w x
Space
SELECT
e
j
o
t
y
Delete
Editing
A
F
K
P
U
Z
Rename
Clear
RETURN
Save
EXIT
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Disc Protection
Formatting a Disc
Disc Protect allows you to protect your discs from being
formatted or deleted due to unintended operations.
1
With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
button on the remote control.
Use these instructions to format a disc.
The disc protect should be cleared.
the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
1 With
button on the remote control.
DVD-RAM(VR)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Title List
Title List
Title List
√
Title List
Title List
√
Playlist
Playlist
Disc manager
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
2
SELECT
RETURN
SELECT
RETURN
Press the …† buttons to select Disc Manager,
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
the …† buttons to select Disc Manager,
2 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
EXIT
EXIT
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
√
Delete All Title Lists
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
3
SELECT
RETURN
Press the …† buttons to select Disc
Protection, then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
the …† buttons to select Disc Format,
3 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Manager
Title List
Disc Name
:
√
Playlist
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc manager
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
the …† button to select Protected,
4 Press
then press the ENTER button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Editing
Playlist
Disc manager
Title List
√
Disc Protection
: Not
Not protected
Protected
√
Playlist
√
Disc manager
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
Timer Rec.
Setup
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: protected
√
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
Disc Manager
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
MOVE
EXIT
Timer Rec.
80- English
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Manager
:
Portected
RETURN
EXIT
DVD-RAM
● You will be prompted with the confirmation
message 'Do you want to format disc?'.
Disc Name
Disc Format
SELECT
EXIT
EXIT
●
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc
Format
Do
you
want to format disc?
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Yes
SELECT
No
RETURN
EXIT
You will be prompted with the confirmation
message 'All data will be deleted. Do you want to
continue?'.
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DVD-RW
● You will be prompted with the confirmation
message ‘Choose the recording format for
DVD- RW.’
the …† buttons to select Disc
2 Press
Manager, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Title List
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
Disc manager
Choose the recording format for DVD-RW.
Delete All Title Lists
Timer Rec.
DVD-VR
DVD-V
√
Playlist
Disc Manager
Disc Manager
Playlist
Disc manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
√
Setup
Setup
MOVE
MOVE
4
SELECT
RETURN
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
Press the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
press the ENTER button.
The disc is formatted.
the …† button to select Delete All
3 Press
Title Lists, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
DVD-VR and DVD-V are defined according to
their recording format.
Playlist
Disc manager
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
DVD-VR
DVD-RAM
DVD-RW
DISC
DVD-V
DVD-RW
DVD-R
Setup
MOVE
●
SELECT
RETURN
You will be prompted with the confirmation message
'Do you want to delete all title lists?'.
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Playlist
●
the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
1 With
button on the remote control.
Title List
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
√
√
Setup
MOVE
DVD-RAM(VR)
Disc Manager
Disc Name
Disc Format
Disc manager
Do you want to delete all title lists?
Delete All Title Lists
Timer Rec.
Yes
No
Delete All Title Lists
EXIT
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
When Protected Entry exists: The Delete All Title List
function will not operate. If there is a title containing a
still picture, however, that function will not operate.
If you want to delete a protected entry, disable Protect
for it on the Lock item.
Title List
Title List
√
Playlist
the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
4 Press
press the ENTER button.
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
All title lists are deleted.
Setup
SELECT
RETURN
Editing
MOVE
EXIT
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You will be prompted with the message 'Do you want to
finalize disc?'. If you select Yes, you will be prompted
again with the message ' Disc will be finalized. Do you
want to continue?'
Finalizing a disc
After you record titles onto a DVD-RW/DVD-R disc with
your DVD recorder, it needs to be finalized before it can
be played back on external devices.
DVD-R(V)
Title List
1
Playlist
With the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
button on the remote control.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Finalize
Disc manager Do you want to finalize disc?
Delete All Title Lists
Timer Rec.
Yes
No
√
√
Setup
DVD-RAM(VR)
Title List
Title List
Title List
√
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
If you select Yes, you will be prompted again with the
message ' Disc will be finalized. Do you want to
continue?'
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
DVD-R(V)
2
Title List
Press the …† buttons to select Disc
Manager, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
Playlist
Disc manager
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc
will be finalized.
Disc
Finalize
Do youAll
want
continue?
Delete
TitletoLists
Timer Rec.
Yes
√
√
No
Setup
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
: DVD-VR
√
Disc Finalize
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† button to select Disc Finalize,
3 Press
and then press the ENTER or √ button.
DVD-RW(VR)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
MOVE
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Format
: DVD-VR
√
Disc Finalize
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
SELECT
RETURN
DVD-R(V)
■
Once a disc is finalized, you cannot delete
entries from the record list.
■
After being finalized, the DVD-R/DVDRW(video mode) operates in the same
manner as a DVD-Video.
■
Depending on the kind of disc, the
displayed screen may have a slight
difference.
■
Finalizing time may be different
depending on the amount of data recorded
on the disc.
■
Data on the disc will be damaged if the
recorder is powered off during finalize
process.
NOTE
Editing
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
EXIT
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Protection
: Not protected
√
Disc Finalize
√
Delete All Title Lists
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
82- English
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
EXIT
The disc is finalized.
Setup
MOVE
RETURN
the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
4 Press
press the ENTER button.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
SELECT
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Unfinalizing a disc (V/VR mode)
the œ √ buttons to select Yes, and then
4 Press
press the ENTER button.
The disc is unfinalized.
the unit in Stop mode, press the MENU
1 With
button on the remote control.
■
NOTE
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List
A DVD-RW can be finalized or unfinalized
in Video mode.
Title List
Title List
Unfinalize
DVD-RW(V)
Additional recording, protection
Operation Same as DVD-Video
and deletion are possible.
√
Mark
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Finalize
DVD-Video(RW)
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
■
A DVD-RW can be finalized or unfinalized
in VR mode.
the …† buttons to select Disc
2 Press
Manager, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
Finalize
Unfinalize
Mark
DVD-RW(VR:F)
DVD-RW(VR)
Operation
Additional recording,
deletion, editing, and
protection are impossible.
Additional recording,
deletion, editing, and
protection are possible.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Format
: DVD-VR
√
Disc Unfinalize
√
Timer Rec.
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
the …† button to select Disc
3 Press
Unfinalize, and then press the ENTER or √
button.
You will be prompted with the message 'Do you want to
unfinalize disc?'.
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Disc Manager
Title List
Playlist
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Format
: DVD-VR
√
Disc manager Disc Unfinalize
Do you want to unfinalize disc?
Timer Rec.
Yes
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
√
No
RETURN
EXIT
Editing
If you select Yes, you will be prompted again with the
message ' Disc will be unfinalized. Do you want to
continue?'
DVD-RW(VR:F)
Title List
Playlist
Disc manager
Timer Rec.
Disc Manager
Disc Name
:
√
Disc Format
: DVD-VR
√
Disc
DiscUnfinalize
will be unfinalized.
√
Do you want to continue?
Yes
No
Setup
MOVE
SELECT
RETURN
EXIT
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Troubleshooting
Additional
Information
If your product malfunctions, go through the checkpoints below before contacting a Samsung authorized
service center.
Power
The input is displayed for a while when the power is
turned on.
Checkpoint 1
The DVD recorder requires some time
to initialize and the input will be displayed for approx. 10 seconds after it is
turned on.
Recording
Cannot record TV programs.
Checkpoint 1
Check whether the power cord is
securely plugged into the power outlet.
Checkpoint 2
Did you set the DVD recorder channel
settings correctly?
Checkpoint 3
Check the free space on your DVDRAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs.
I pressed the REC button but there is no response.
Additional Information
Checkpoint 1
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Specification............................................................88
Warranty .................................................................89
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Recording is possible for DVDRAM/DVD-RW/DVD-R discs only. If a
program is copy protected, it cannot be
recorded.
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Playback
The angle operation does not work while playing a
DVD disc.
Cannot play the disc.
Checkpoint 1
Checkpoint 1
Check whether the disc is inserted correctly with the label facing up.
Checkpoint 2
Check the regional code of the DVD
disc.
Checkpoint 3
This DVD recorder cannot play some
types of discs. (See page 5.)
The selected audio and/or subtitle language is not
played.
Checkpoint 1
icon appears on the screen.
Checkpoint 1
The angle operation is available only
when the disc contains images captured
from different angles.
Audio and subtitle languages are discspecific. Only the sound and subtitle
languages contained on the DVD disc
are available and displayed in the disc
menu.
You cannot use this operation or
function due to one of the following
reasons:
(1) Your DVD disc restricts it.
(2) Your DVD disc does not support
this feature (for example: angles)
(3) The feature is not available at the
moment.
(4) You've requested a title, chapter, or
scan time that is out of range.
Play mode settings are different from the settings
configured in the Settings menu.
Checkpoint 1
The disc does not support all selected
functions. In this case, some settings
configured in the settings menu may
not work properly.
Cannot change the aspect ratio.
Additional Information
Checkpoint 1
The aspect ratio is fixed for DVD discs.
(See page 29.)
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Video
Timer Recording
The disc revolves, but no image or bad quality
images are displayed.
Timer lamp flickers.
Checkpoint 1
Check whether there is damage to or
any foreign material on your disc.
Checkpoint 2
Some low quality discs may not play
properly.
Checkpoint 3
If scenes change from dark to bright
suddenly, the screen may shake vertically temporarily, but this is not a fault.
Checkpoint 1
Check there is enough space in the disc
for recording.
Checkpoint 2
Check whether the current disc is
recordable or not.
Make sure to check before the start time
of recording.
Timer recording does not work properly.
Sound
No sound.
Checkpoint 1
Are you watching a program in slow or
skip mode?
If you are playing a program at a speed
other than normal speed, sound will not
be heard.
Checkpoint 2
Check the connections and settings.
Checkpoint 3
Check whether the disc is damaged.
Clean the disc, if necessary.
Checkpoint 4
Check whether the disc is inserted correctly with the label facing up.
No audio output.
Additional Information
Checkpoint 1
86- English
Check whether you have selected the
correct digital output options in the
Audio Output Options menu.
(See page 27.)
Checkpoint 1
Re-check the recording time and the
end time settings again.
Checkpoint 2
Recording will be cancelled, if the
power is disconnected due to a power
failure or another similar reason while
recording.
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Remote Control Unit
Other problems
The remote control doesn't work.
Checkpoint 1
Point the remote control at the remote
control sensor on your DVD recorder.
Allow for proper distance. Remove
obstacles between your DVD recorder
and the remote control.
Checkpoint 2
Check whether the batteries are empty.
Checkpoint 3
Check for the DVD/TV selection button.
Checkpoint 1
Read the table of contents and then find
and read the section describing your
problem, and follow the instructions
given.
Checkpoint 2
Turn your DVD recorder off and on.
Checkpoint 3
If the problem still persists, contact a
nearby Samsung service center.
Other
I forget my password for parental supervision.
Checkpoint 1
Press the ( ) and ( ) buttons on
your DVD recorder simultaneously
when the power is on. All settings
including the password will revert to
the factory settings. Do not use this
unless absolutely necessary.
(Note that this function is possible only
when no disc is inserted.)
Is it possible to change a subtitle and an audio signal on a recorded disc?
Checkpoint 1
A recorded disc is played with only the
subtitle and the audio signal which
were selected during recording.
Additional Information
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Specifications
Power requirements
120V AC, 60Hz
Power consumption
35 Watts
8.27 lb
Weight
General
16.9in(W) x 9.6in(D) x 2.3in(H)
Dimensions
Operating temp.
+41°F to +95°F
Other conditions
Keep level when operating. Less than 75% operating humidity
1.0 V p-p at 75Ω load, sync negative
Video (1,2)
Input
S-Video input (Y: 1.0Vp-p, C: 0.286Vp-p at 75Ω load)
Audio(1,2)
Max.Audio Input Level : 2Vrms
DV Input
IEEE 1394(4p) compatible jack
Regular TV broadcasting: VHF (2~13), UHF (14~69)
Receivable Channels
Cable TV broadcasting: 1~125
Analog output jacks 1, 2
Optical/Coaxial digital audio output
Audio
Full scale Analog output level : 2Vrms
Output
Video output jack 1
S-Video output 1 (Y:1.0Vp-p, C:0.286Vp-p at 75Ω load)
Video
Component output 1 (Y: 1.0Vp-p, Pb: 0.70Vp-p, Pr: 0.70Vp-p at 75Ω load)
Picture Compression format
MPEG-II
Audio Compression format
Dolby Digital 2ch/256kbps
Recording
XP (about 8 Mbps), SP (about 4 Mbps), LP (about 2 Mbps),
Recording Quality
EP (about 1.2 Mbps or about 0.8 Mbps), FR (about 0.8 Mbps to 8 Mbps)
Audio Frequency Response
Audio Output
20 Hz ~ 20 kHz
For DVD discs, audio signals recorded at 96kHz sampling
frequency are converted and output at 48kHz.
DVD
AUDIO CD(CDDA)
Analog Audio Output
48 / 96kHz
44.1kHz
Digital Audio Output
48kHz
44.1kHz
Additional Information
Disc Type
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Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER
This SAMSUNG brand product, as supplied and distributed by SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC. (SAMSUNG) and delivered new, in the original carton to the original consumer purchaser, is warranted by SAMSUNG against
manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for the following limited warranty period:
One (1) Year Parts / Ninety (90) Labor
This limited warranty begins on the original date of purchase, and is valid only on products purchased and used in the
United States, and does not include transportation, installation, removal or reinstallation. Warranty repairs must be
performed by SAMSUNG’s authorized service center. To receive warranty service, the original dated bill of sale must be
presented upon request as proof of purchase to SAMSUNG or SAMSUNG’s authorized service center. Transportation to
and from the service center is the responsibility of the purchaser.
SAMSUNG will repair or replace this product, at our option and at no charge with new or reconditioned parts, if found
to be defective during the limited warranty period specified above. The product must be returned during the warranty
period with transportation charges prepaid to SAMSUNG’s designated service center. Prior to returning any product for
warranty service, the purchaser must contact SAMSUNG for problem determination and service procedures. SAMSUNG does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of the product.
All replaced parts and products become the property of SAMSUNG and must be returned to SAMSUNG. Replacement
parts and products assume the remaining original warranty, or ninety (90) days, whichever is longer.
This limited warranty covers manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship encountered in normal, noncommercial use of this product and shall not apply to the following, including, but not limited to: damage which occurs in
shipment; applications and uses for which this product was not intended; failures or problems which are caused by
products or equipment not supplied by SAMSUNG; accidents, misuse, abuse, neglect, misapplication, fire, water, lightning or other acts of nature; incorrect electrical line voltage, fluctuations or surges; damage caused by improper or
faulty installation; improper connection with any peripheral; product alteration or modification; improper or unauthorized repair; cosmetic damage or exterior finish; product with altered serial numbers; failure to follow operating
instructions, customer adjustments, maintenance and environmental instructions that are covered and prescribed in the
instruction book; use of non-SAMSUNG or unauthorized parts, supplies, accessories or equipment which damage this
product or result in service problems; failures or problems due to incompatibility with other equipment.
Additional Information
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HEADQUARTERS
105 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park,
N.J.07660-0511
TEL: 1-800-SAMSUNG
SERVICE DIVISION
400 Valley Road, Suite 201
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
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