Panasonic DMRE95HEB Operating instructions

Panasonic DMRE95HEB Operating instructions
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Quick Start
Guide
DVD Video Recorder
Model No.
DMR-E95H
Dear customer
Thank you for purchasing this product. Please use this Quick Start Guide to help you set up your unit.
We would also advise you to carefully study the operating instructions and note the listed precautions before use.
∫ Sales and Support Information
Customer Care Centre
≥For UK customers: 08705 357357
≥For Republic of Ireland customers: 01 289 8333
≥Visit our website for product information
≥E-mail: [email protected]
Direct Sales at Panasonic UK
≥Order accessory and consumable items for your product with ease
and confidence by phoning our Customer Care Centre MondayFriday 9:00am-5:30pm. (Excluding public holidays)
≥Or go on line through our Internet Accessory ordering application at
www.panasonic.co.uk
≥Most major credit and debit cards accepted.
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directly by Panasonic UK Ltd.
≥It couldn’t be simpler!
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range of finished products, take a browse on our website for further
details.
Technical Support for AV Software
≥For callers in UK: 08701 505610
≥For callers in ROI: 0044 8701 505610
Accessories
Please check and identify the supplied accessories.
Use numbers when asking for replacement parts.
Insert the batteries into the
remote control
1 RF coaxial lead
(VJA1089)
1 Remote control
(EUR7721KN0)
1 AC mains lead
(RJA0053-3X)
R6/LR6, AA, UM-3
2 Batteries
for remote control
≥For use with this unit only. Do not
use it with other equipment.
1 Audio/video cable
(K2KA6CA00001)
∫ Recommended connection for your television
Required
cable(s)
Page No. for
connections
Highly recommended connection.
≥You can enjoy high-quality RGB video from this unit
by connecting to an RGB compatible television.
≥If your television has the Q Link feature, you can use
a variety of useful functions.
Fully wired 21pin Scart lead
➡2
These terminals provide a purer picture than the SVideo terminal.
≥If your television is compatible with progressive
scan, you can enjoy high-quality progressive video.
If you have a progressive compatible CRT
television, we cannot recommend this connection as
some flickering may occur.
3 video cables
➡3
➡6
S-Video cable
➡3
➡6
Audio/Video
cable (included)
➡3
➡6
What kind of input terminal does your television have?
Scart
AV IN
Component
video
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
S-Video
Audio/Video
S-VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN VIDEO IN
R
L
This terminal achieves a more vivid picture than the
video terminal.
Page No. for TV
settings
➡6
≥If it’s a Q Link
television ➡ 5
The most basic connection.
≥If your television does not have one of the terminals mentioned above, connect with the RF sockets only ( ➡ page 4). However, when using this
connection, picture received from a satellite receiver may not be clear, therefore we do not recommend it.
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STEP
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1
Connection
Connecting a television with 21-pin Scart terminal and Satellite receiver
≥When there is no 21-pin Scart terminal on the television (➡page 3)
≥Change the “AV2 Input” setting to match the output from a satellite receiver and set the “AV2 Connection” setting to “Normal” in the SETUP
menu (➡ page 50 of Operating Instructions) after tuning is completed (➡page 5, 6).
indicates included accessories.
indicates accessories not included.
1
4 are required connections. Connect in the numbered order.
BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR
THE AC MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 2 IN
THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE CONNECTION.
To household mains socket
(AC 220–240 V, 50 Hz)
AV IN
VHF/UHF
RF IN
Television’s
rear panel
AC mains lead
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
4
RF coaxial lead
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart lead
To the
aerial
1
3
Aerial
lead
2
Cooling fan
Y
RF IN
PB
R - AUDIO - L
OUT
PR
AV4 IN
AC IN
This unit’s
rear panel
AV1 (TV)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
R - AUDIO - L
AV2 (DECODER/EXT)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
AV1 terminal
If your television is equipped with RGB input capability,
by connecting with a fully wired 21-pin Scart lead you
can see video using RGB output on this unit (➡below).
To output in RGB select “RGB (without component)”
from “AV1 Output” in the SETUP menu (➡page 50 of
Operating Instructions) after tuning is completed
(➡page 5, 6).
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
(PROGRESSIVE/
INTERLACE)
RF OUT
Fully wired 21-pin
Scart lead
DVD/VCR
Satellite receiver’s rear panel
∫ To view satellite programmes
Press [INPUT SELECT] to select the input channel “A2” for the satellite receiver or put this unit in standby mode.
To record programmes from satellite receiver using “Sky Personal Planner” function ➡page 23 of Operating Instructions
∫ RGB
This refers to the three primary colours of light, red (R), green (G), and blue (B) and also the method of producing video that uses them. By
dividing the video signal into the three colours for transmission, noise is reduced for even higher quality images.
To record programmes from satellite receiver by RGB signals ➡ page 23 of Operating Instructions
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Connecting a television with AUDIO/VIDEO, S-VIDEO or COMPONENT
VIDEO terminals and VCR
Connecting to the television using the 21-pin Scart leads (➡ page 2)
BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR
THE AC MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 2 IN
THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE CONNECTION.
indicates included accessories.
indicates accessories not included.
1
4 are required connections. Connect in the numbered order.
When making this connection, ensure you
connect the audio cables to the
corresponding audio input terminals on
the television.
To household mains socket
(AC 220–240 V, 50 Hz)
AUDIO IN VIDEO IN
R
L
S-VIDEO IN
To the aerial
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
VHF/UHF
RF IN
Splitter
Television’s
rear panel
Red White Yellow
AC mains lead
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
S-Video
cable
Aerial
lead
RF coaxial lead
Audio/Video cable
4
3
2
Video cable
Y
Red White Yellow
R - AUDIO - L
PR
AV4 IN
This unit’s
rear panel
PB
OUT
AC IN
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
R - AUDIO - L
AV2 (DECODER/EXT)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
(PROGRESSIVE/
INTERLACE)
S-VIDEO OUT terminal
Red White Yellow The S-VIDEO OUT terminal achieves a
Cooling fan
more vivid picture than the VIDEO OUT
terminal. (Actual results depend on the
television.)
Audio/Video cable
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal
These terminals can be used for either interlace
or progressive output and provide a purer picture
than the S-VIDEO OUT terminal (➡ below).
≥Connect to terminals of the same colour.
Red White Yellow
VCR’s rear panel
R
L
AUDIO OUT VIDEO OUT
RF IN
AV1 (TV)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
1
You can also connect with the AV2
terminal on this unit using the 21-pin
Scart lead.
RF OUT
Use a splitter
if you also
want to
connect the
aerial to your
VCR.
VHF/UHF
RF IN
∫ Component video output
Component signal outputs the colour difference signals (PB/PR) and luminance signal signal (Y) separately in order to achieve high fidelity in
reproducing colours. If the television is compatible with progressive output, a high quality picture can be output because this unit’s component
video output terminal outputs a progressive output signal (➡page 55 of Operating Instructions).
For progressive output (➡page 14 of Operating Instructions)
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Connecting a television with RF socket only and Satellite receiver
Connect in the numbered order. If you do not have a Satellite receiver, connect the aerial to RF IN socket of this unit and skip step 3.
BE SURE TO READ THE CAUTION FOR
THE AC MAINS LEAD ON PAGE 2 IN
THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE CONNECTION.
indicates included accessories.
indicates accessories not included.
To household mains socket
To the
aerial
VHF/UHF
RF IN
(AC 220–240 V, 50 Hz)
1
Television’s rear panel
4
AC mains lead
Connect only after all other
connections are complete.
2
RF coaxial lead
Cooling fan
Y
RF IN
PB
R - AUDIO - L
OUT
AV4 IN
AC IN
AV1 (TV)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
OPTICAL
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
R - AUDIO - L
PR
AV2 (DECODER/EXT)
VIDEO S-VIDEO
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUT
(PROGRESSIVE/
INTERLACE)
RF OUT
This unit’s rear panel
3
Aerial
lead
RF coaxial lead
RF IN
Satellite receiver’s rear panel
RF OUT
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STEP 2 Channel reception settings
Preset Download (Setup with Q Link functions)
When connecting to a television that has the Q Link function (➡page 56 of Operating Instructions) with a fully
wired 21-pin Scart lead (➡page 2).
You can download the tuning positions from the television.
This unit’s Auto Clock Setting function synchronizes the time when the TV channel that is broadcasting time and date information is tuned.
.
1
DVD
2
TV
Downloading from the television starts.
VOLUME
CH
DIRECT TV REC
Turn on the television and select the appropriate
AV input to suit the connections to this unit.
Press [Í DVD] to turn the unit on.
Download from TV
AV
DVD
HDD
Pos
SD/PC
1
2
3
4
5
6
4
Download in progress, please wait.
RETURN: to abort
CH
RETURN
VIDEO Plus+
7
8
9
CANCEL
INPUT SELECT MANUAL SKIP
3
0
SKIP
Press [1] and press the numbered buttons to
enter a 4-digit PIN number.
SLOW/SEARCH
STOP
PAUSE
When downloading has completed, the Owner ID settings screen appears.
Owner ID
PLAY/x1.3
PIN number ¢¢¢¢
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
FUNCTIONS
Name
House No.
RETURN
Postcode
TOP MENU
RETURN : leave
ENTER
RETURN
SUB MENU
PROG/CHECK DISPLAY
TIMER
F
STATUS TIME SLIP
ERASE REC MODE
REC
≥Make a note of the PIN number (don’t forget), as it is not possible to return to
the factory preset.
4
The cursor moves to “Name”.
5
6
CREATE
EXT LINK DUBBING CHAPTER AUDIO
A
B
Press [ENTER] twice to store the PIN number.
C
Press [1].
Press [3, 4] to select a letter and then
press [1].
Repeat this to enter the name.
7
8
9
Press [ENTER] to store the name.
Press [4] and [1], and then repeat steps 6, 7 to
enter and store “House No.” and “Postcode”.
Press [RETURN].
The Owner ID settings screen disappears.
To stop partway
Press [RETURN].
∫ If the clock setting menu appears
Set the clock manually (➡page 53 of Operating Instructions).
∫ To confirm that stations have been tuned correctly (➡page 51 of Operating Instructions)
∫ To restart Preset Download (➡page 52 of Operating Instructions)
∫ If you connect other equipment to AV2 terminal of this unit
Change the “AV2 Input” and “AV2 Connection” in the SETUP menu to match the connected equipment (➡page 50 of Operating
Instructions).
∫ If there is interference or a very poor picture appears on the TV screen
Refer to “Removing Interference” on page 13 of Operating Instructions, and perform steps 1, 2 and 4 to stop the RF output. In step 2,
press [0] to select “ss”.
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Auto-Setup (Setup without Q Link functions)
≥When connecting to a television with the VIDEO OUT, S-VIDEO OUT or COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal (➡ page 3).
≥When connecting to a television that does not have the Q Link function (➡page 56 of Operating Instructions).
This unit’s Auto-Setup function automatically tunes all available TV stations and synchronizes the time when the TV channel that is broadcasting
time and date information is tuned.
≥When connecting to a television with RF socket only (➡page 4)
1
DVD
TV
VOLUME
CH
DIRECT TV REC
2
Auto-Setup starts.
This takes about 5 minutes.
AV
DVD
HDD
Turn on the television and select the appropriate AV
input to suit the connections to this unit.
Press [Í DVD] to turn the unit on.
Auto-Setup
SD/PC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Ch
CH
1
Auto-Setup in progress, please wait.
RETURN: to abort
VIDEO Plus+
CANCEL
RETURN
INPUT SELECT MANUAL SKIP
0
SKIP
SLOW/SEARCH
STOP
PAUSE
(When connecting to a television with RF socket only)
Set the new RF output channel to TV (refer to the
instructions for your TV). Select an unused channel preset on your TV and tune it to the RF output channel
number shown on the unit’s display. (When the AutoSetup screen does not appear clearly even after
performing the above operations, re-tune the channel until
the Auto-Setup screen becomes clear.)
3
When Auto-Setup has completed, the Owner ID settings screen appears.
Press [1] and press the numbered buttons to enter a 4digit PIN number.
PLAY/x1.3
Owner ID
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
FUNCTIONS
PIN number ¢¢¢¢
Name
House No.
TOP MENU
RETURN
Postcode
ENTER
RETURN : leave
PROG/CHECK DISPLAY
TIMER
F
STATUS TIME SLIP
ERASE REC MODE
REC
CREATE
EXT LINK DUBBING CHAPTER AUDIO
A
≥Make a note of the PIN number (don’t forget), as it is not possible to return to the factory
preset.
RETURN
SUB MENU
B
C
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press [ENTER] twice to store the PIN number.
The cursor moves to “Name”.
Press [1].
Press [3, 4] to select a letter and then press [1].
Repeat this to enter the name.
Press [ENTER] to store the name.
Press [4] and [1], and then repeat steps 6, 7 to enter
and store “House No.” and “Postcode”.
Press [RETURN].
The Owner ID settings screen disappears.
To stop partway
Press [RETURN].
∫ If the clock setting menu appears
Set the clock manually (➡page 53 of Operating Instructions).
∫ To confirm that stations have been tuned correctly (➡page 51 of Operating Instructions)
∫ To restart Auto-Setup (➡page 52 of Operating Instructions)
[When connecting to a television with RF socket only (➡page 4)]
∫ To enter the satellite station’s name (➡page 51 of Operating Instructions)
The name of the satellite station is not set automatically. (“-- ---” will appear under “Name” in the program list). After Auto-Setup is completed,
enter the name manually.
∫ If you connect other equipment to AV2 terminal of this unit
Change the “AV2 Input” and “AV2 Connection” in the SETUP menu to match the connected equipment (➡ page 50 of Operating Instructions).
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