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DVD Recorder

[Cable Box or Satellite Box]

IN OUT

Connections

(Back of TV)

VIDEO AUDIO IN
From Cable or Satellite Company Indoor or Outdoor Antenna From Cable Company (No Cable Box)
Connect Connect Video cable (supplied)
VIDEO IN COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT S-VIDEO
Connect Audio cable (supplied)

VIDEO OUT

EWR10D5

Playable discs

Disc DVD-VIDEO
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT PCM / BITSTREAM

ANTENNA

AUDIO IN (L1)

AUDIO OUT

COAXIAL
This unit is compatible to play the following discs.
Logo Disc CD-DA (AUDIO CD) Logo

(Back of this unit)

Both A/V and COAXIAL cables must be connected to the TV for operation. See front page of the Owner's Manual for the connection with the RF modulator.
DVD-RW (VIDEO/VR mode) CD-RW (CD-DA FORMAT, MP3 files)

0 +100

INPUT SELECT

Watching TV

INPUT SELECT button

DVD-R (VIDEO mode)

CD-R (CD-DA FORMAT, MP3 files)

CHANNEL

VOL CH
is a trademark of DVD Format/Logo Licensing Corporation.

L AUDIO R

VOLUME

VIDEO 2

DVD+R/+RW discs are supported for playback only. *Some DVD+R/+RW discs are not compatible with this unit.

(Example of a TV)

(Example of a TV remote control)

Region codes

The number inside the globe refers to region of the world. This unit can play DVDs that are labeled for ALL regions or for Region 1.
1. Switch the input selector on your TV to an appropriate external input channel (usually near channel 0). 2. Hit a button on the TVs original remote control (see the table below) to select an external input channel until the DVD recorders picture appears.
Input Mode Names for Common TV Brands

Admiral Curtis Mathis GE

AUX LINE1, LINE2, 00, 90, 91, 92, 93 INPUT, TV/VCR, 00, 90, 91, 92, 93 INPUT, AUX A/V CHANNEL, INPUT1, SVIDEO, INPUT2 AUX
LXI-Series Magnavox Panasonic RCA Samsung Sanyo
00 AUX CHANNEL TV/ VIDEO INPUT, TV/VCR, 00, 90, 91, 92, 93 TV/ VIDEO VIDEO
Sharp Sony Toshiba Zenith
00 VIDEO1, VIDEO2, VIDEO3 TV/GAME 00

Recordable discs

This unit can record to DVD-R and DVD-RW discs. DVD-R discs can only be recorded to once and cannot be erased. DVD-RW discs can be recorded to and erased many times. DVD-R discs can only be recorded in Video mode, while DVD-RW discs can select a recording format between Video mode and VR mode.
Disc type Disc format Video mode

Hitachi JVC Kenwood

Hit [SETUP].
Easy Setting Menu OSD Language English Channel Auto Preset Manual Preset Auto Presetting Now CH 1
Functions Playing, limited recording, limited editing Playing, recording, Original/Playlist editing
Attributes 8cm/12cm, single-sided, single layer disc Approx. max. recording time (SEP mode): 600 minutes (4.7GB) (for 12cm) 180 minutes (1.4GB) (for 8cm) 8cm/12cm, single-sided, single layer disc Approx. max. recording time (SEP mode): 600 minutes (4.7GB) (for 12cm) 180 minutes (1.4GB) (for 8cm)
Clock Channel DVD-RW Recording Format Timer Programming Auto Finalize Disc Advanced Setting Menu Video mode

DVD-RW

VR mode DVD-RW: 1-4x

Video mode

Playing, limited recording, limited editing
Using [ K/ L], select Channel from the Menu.
Select Auto Preset and the unit will start getting available channels in your area. Follow to the back side of this sheet.

Espaol

To record a program easily, refer to Easy DVD recording on pages 16-17 after connections are completed.
(You CANNOT record on any copyright protected DVD disc with this unit.)

Precautions

WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance.

Laser Safety

This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury. CAUTION: USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. CAUTION: VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK DEFEATED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. LOCATION: INSIDE, NEAR THE DECK MECHANISM.
FCC WARNING- This equipment may generate or use radio frequency energy. Changes or modifications to this equipment may cause harmful interference unless the modifications are expressly approved in the instruction manual.The user could lose the authority to operate this equipment if an unauthorized change or modification is made.
RADIO-TV INTERFERENCE 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: 1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. 2) Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. 3) Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. 4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada. CAUTION:TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT. ATTENTION: POUR VITER LES CHOC LECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQUAU FOND.

Title List Format Finalize

<DVD-RW (VR mode)>

Playlist Original Format Finalize Disc Protect OFF ON
1.Title List / Playlist / Original: Turns on a title list, playlist or Original, which shows the recorded titles on the disc. 2. Format (DVD-RW only): Allows you to erase all of the recorded content on the disc. The disc will be completely blank. Erased content cannot be called back. A DVD-RW disc formatted with this unit cannot be used in other DVD recorders for recording. If you want to use a disc formatted with this unit on another DVD recorder, you have to reformat the disc on that recorder. 3. Finalize: Allows you to finalize a disc with titles recorded on this unit only. 4. Disc Protect (VR mode only): Allows you to protect a disc from accidental editing or recording. 5. Random Play: To activate the random playback feature. 6. Program Play (Audio CD only): To activate the programmed playback feature.
Getting started Recording Playing discs Editing Changing the Setting menu

<CD, MP3>

CD Playback Mode

Random Play

Program Play

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Front Panel Display
1. Current status of the unit : Appears when disc playback is paused. : Appears when playing back a disc. : Appears when the timer programming has been set and is proceeding. Flashes when all Timer Recordings have been finished, or when a program cannot be performed by some reasons. : Appears during recording process. : Appears during repeat playback. 2. Disc type
: Appears when an audio CD or a disc with MP3 files is inserted in the disc tray. : Appears when a DVD disc is inserted in the disc tray. : Appears when a DVD-R disc is inserted in the disc tray. : Appears when a DVDRW disc is inserted in the disc tray. 3. Recording speed Indicates the recording speed of the disc.
4. Title/Track and Chapter mark : Appears when indicating a title/track number. : Appears when indicating a chapter number. 5. Displays the following Playing time / remaining time Current title / chapter / track number Recording time Clock Channel number OTR (One-touch Timer Recording) remaining time 6. : Appears in the afternoon with the clock displaying.

Display message

Appears when the unit is turned on. Appears when the disc tray is closing.
Appears when the unit is turned off.

Finalizing a Disc

You need to record in video mode and finalize the disc to play it back on other players. Once you finalize a disc recorded in video mode, you cannot record or edit any information on the disc. Discs recorded in VR mode can still be edited after finalization.
This operation may take a while to be completed. 17

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Channel setting
Right after the purchase of the unit and whenever you move to a new area, we recommend to program available channels in your area using Auto Preset in the Channel Preset of the Setting menu.
Using [K / L], select Auto Preset. Hit [ENTER]. The unit will start getting channels available in your area.
ZOOM.@/: 1 GHI 4 PQRS 7 DISPLAY ABC 2 JKL 5 TUV 8 SPACE 0

CH REPEAT SETUP ENTER

Getting channels automatically

Auto Presetting Now

Hit [POWER].
Turn the TV on. Select the input to which the unit is connected. Refer to the table on page 13.
Hit [SETUP] to exit. [CH K / L] will switch among the memorized channels.

To select a channel

You can select a channel by directly entering channel number using the Number buttons on the remote control. Notes for using the Number buttons: When selecting cable channels which are higher than 99, enter channel numbers as a threedigit number. (For example: 117, hit [1], [1], [7]) You must precede single-digit channel numbers with a zero (For example: 02, 03, 04 and so on). You can select the line input mode (L1 or L2). To select L1 by hitting [0], [0], [1].To select L2 by hitting [0], [0], [2]. Details are on page 34.
TV's original remote control

TV / VIDEO

*This button can be labeled as INPUT , AUX , etc.
Hit [SETUP]. Easy Setting Menu or Advanced Setting Menu will appear.
Using [K / L], select Channel. Hit [ENTER]. Channel menu will appear.
If the auto presetting is cancelled during presetting, some channels not yet preset may not be received. The selection will depend on how you receive the TV channels. To cancel the auto presetting during scanning: Press [RETURN ] or [SETUP] to cancel. 18

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Channel setting (contd)

Adding/deleting channels

The channels you no longer receive or seldom watch can be deleted from the memory.You can also add channels into memory.
Select the channel number to add or delete. Press [{] or CH [L] to move to a smaller channel number. Press [B] or CH [K] to move to a larger channel number. Use [{ / B] to move through the channels one by one, including the ones not in the channel memory, while use [CH K / L] to move through the channels only in the channel memory. Press the Number buttons to select a channel number directly.

The priority of overlapped settings
This unit records the programs according to priority if the timer programmings are overlapped.The timer programming set previously has priority. A Timer Recording of lower priority will be canceled, start from the middle or stop on the way. Check the overlapped timer programmings and change the priority if necessary.
A programming set previously has priority When the starting time is same: A program set previously (PROG. 1) has priority.

PROG. 1

PROG. 2
When some programming have been made at the end time of the programming currently being recorded: A program set previously (PROG. 2) has priority.

PROG. 3

Actual PROG. 2 PROG. 1 recording The first 30 seconds (at the longest) will be cut off
Actual PROG. 1 PROG. 2 recording The first 30 seconds (at the longest) will be cut off
When the recording time is partially overlapped: PROG. 1 will start after PROG. 2 is complete to be recorded.
When the recording time is entirely overlapped: PROG.1 will not be recorded.

Actual recording PROG. 2

Note for DVD recording
When the recording time of two programs are overlapped, or the End time of a program and the Start time of another is the same, the first 30 seconds (at the longest) of the subsequent program will be cut off. If the cut-off portion comes up to one minute or more, this program will be displayed with error number E40 in the timer programming list.
When the End time of the programming currently being recorded and the Start time of the subsequent program are same: If PROG. 1 is a DVD recording program, the beginning of the PROG. 2 may be cut off.
Actual recording PROG. 1 PROG. 2
The first 30 seconds (at the longest) will be cut off.

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Settings for an external source
Connection to an external source
Connect the external source properly to the unit by using input jacks either LINE2 (Front) or LINE1 (Rear). When connecting an external equipment of monaural output to this unit, use AUDIO L jack of LINE2 (Front). Use commercially available S-Video or Video cable and an Audio cable for this type of connection.
OUTPUT S- VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO L R
Another source (VCR camcorder etc.)

Continue this step to set up all the features you want or to start playing back the disc from the menu. MENU / LIST button: Displays a DVD disc menu. It may be the same with the Title menu. Cursor K / L / { / B buttons: Moves the cursor on the screen. ENTER button: Selects the currently highlighted menu option. Number buttons: Selects a numbered menu option (some discs only). (Hit [ENTER] after.)
Hit [MENU / LIST]. The disc menu will appear. If the feature is not available, may appear on the TV screen.
Using [K / L / { / B], select an item. Hit [ENTER] to confirm.
Hit [MENU / LIST] to exit the disc menu.
Menus vary among discs. Refer to the information accompanying the disc for details.
Playing back discs using the title menu
Some DVDs have a title menu, which lists the titles available on them. It helps you to start playback of a specific title.
TOP MENU button: Displays the Title menu of a DVD disc. Cursor K / L / { / B buttons: Moves the cursor on the screen. ENTER button: Selects the currently highlighted menu option. Number buttons: Selects a numbered menu option (some discs only). (Hit [ENTER] after.)
Hit [TOP MENU]. The title menu will appear. If the feature is not available, may appear on the TV screen.
Using [K / L / { / B], select a title to play. Hit [ENTER]. Playback will begin at the title you selected.
Hit [TOP MENU] to exit the title menu.
[TOP MENU] will not always be active with all DVDs. Menus vary among discs. Refer to the information accompanying the disc for details.

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Special playback

Resume playback

DVD-V DVD-R

DVD-RW CD

Hit [PLAYB]. In a few seconds, playback will resume from the point at which it stopped last.You can resume playback at the same point even if you turn off the unit. To cancel resuming and start disc playback from the beginning, hit [STOP C] again while the play is stopped.
You can resume playback from where you stopped it last time.
During playback, hit [STOP C]. The resume message will appear.

Resume ON

For MP3 files, playback will resume from the beginning of the track which you stopped playing back.

To return to the normal playback, hit [PLAYB].

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Using [K / L], select a desired zoom factor to zoom. Hit [ENTER]. The zoom area will be displayed.
During playback, hit [ZOOM]. Zoom menu will appear.

0:00:00 DVD-Video

1.2 1.5 2.0
When selecting a smaller factor than the current one, the zoom area will not be displayed. To remove the zoom menu, hit [ZOOM] again at step 1. To cancel the zoom function, select x1.0 using [K / L], then hit [ENTER].
There are four options (x1.0, x1.2, x1.5 and x2.0), these are displayed excluding the current zoom rate.
Using [K / L / { / B], select a desired zoom position. Hit [ENTER]. The zoom play will start.

Marker Setup

POWER ZOOM

Screen for CD:

1 0:00:00 Audio CD

-------------

.@/: 1 GHI 4
This feature allows you to assign a specific point on a disc to be called back later.
During playback, hit [DISPLAY]. The display menu will appear.
Using [K / L], select a desired marker number.When it reaches the desired point, hit [ENTER]. The title (track) number and the time will be displayed.
Using [{ / B], select icon. Hit [ENTER]. Marker setup menu will appear. Screen for DVD:
To return to the marker later: Using [K / L], select the desired marker number. Hit [ENTER].
To clear a marker, select the marker number to be cleared, then hit [CLEAR]. All markers will be erased when you operate these operations listed below. Opening the disc tray. Turning off the power. Recording to a recordable disc. Changing the mode between Original and Playlist.(VR mode) You can mark up to 6 points. 43

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Search

Title/Chapter search

JKL 5 TUV 8 SPACE MNO 6 WXYZ 9 CLEAR CH REPEAT SETUP ENTER

Using [SKIP H / G]

During playback, hit [SKIP G] to skip the current title or chapter and move to the next. The title or chapter will move forward by one at a time. To go back to the beginning of the current title or chapter, hit [SKIP H]. Hit it repeatedly to go to the previous title or chapter.The title or chapter will move backward one title at a time.

Using [DISPLAY]

POWER ZOOM.@/: 1 GHI 4 PQRS 7 ABC 2 JKL 5 TUV 8 SPACE 0
Using [{ / B], select The title number next to icon. Hit [ENTER]. will be highlighted.
Title: Using [K / L] or the Number buttons, enter a desired title number to search. Hit [ENTER]. Title search will start. Chapter: Hit [B] to move to for chapter. Using [K / L] or the Number buttons, enter a desired chapter number to search. Hit [ENTER]. Chapter search will start.

When a title is deleted from an original list in VR mode, recordable disc space will increase. Be advised that the titles once deleted cannot be recovered.
Using [K / L], select Title Delete. Hit [ENTER]. Confirm window will appear.

Original - Title Delete

Disc Playlist Original Format Finalize Disc Protect OFF ON JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP

0:00:59

Using [K / L], select Original. Hit [ENTER]. Original list will appear.
Original JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP Wait for a moment.
Using [K / L / { / B], select a desired title. Hit [ENTER]. Original menu will appear.
When a title is deleted from an original list, corresponding Playlist(s) will be also deleted.

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Editing discs in VR mode (Original) (contd)
Setting titles to protect
To prevent accidental editing or title erasing, you can protect the contents in the original menu.
After this operation is completed, hit [SETUP] to exit. Data will be written onto the disc momentarily. This operation may take a while to be completed. To protect a whole disc (DVD-RW VR mode Only): Select Disc Protect from Disc menu, then select Yes. Refer to Setting a disc to protect on page 34.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 54 to display the Original menu. Using [K / L], select Protect. Hit [ENTER]. Option window will appear.

Original - Protect

OFF ON
Confirm the indication OFF ON. Hit [ENTER].
JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP Wait for a moment.
The key icon will appear on the title in the original list.
Changing the Setting menu Others
The protected title will be marked with a key icon on the original list. 55

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Releasing titles from protecting
You can cancel the title-protecting feature.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 54 to display the Original menu. Protect is already highlighted.
Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear.

ON OFF

Confirm the indication ON OFF. Hit [ENTER].
The key icon will disappear from the title in the original list.

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Editing discs in VR mode (Playlist)
In VR mode, even if a title is deleted from a Playlist, the original title will remain on the Original list, and recordable disc space will not increase.

4 [K / L], select Title Using
Delete. Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear.

Playlist - Title Delete

POWER ZOOM.@/: 1 GHI 4 ABC 2 JKL 5 TUV 8 SPACE 0
Disc Playlist Original Format Finalize Disc Protect OFF ON JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP 0:00:59
Using [K / L], select Playlist. Hit [ENTER]. Playlist will appear.
Playlist JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP Wait for a moment.
Using [K / L / { / B], select a desired title. Hit [ENTER]. Playlist menu will appear.
Title Delete Scene Delete Edit Title Name Chapter Mark Index Picture Title Dividing Title Combining

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Editing discs in VR mode (Playlist) (contd)

Deleting parts of titles

You can delete a specific part of a title. Even if a part of a title is deleted from the playlist, the original title will remain as it was, and recordable disc space will not increase.
Hit [ENTER] again to start the preview. You can check the result of deletion by preview.
POWER ZOOM.@/: 1 ABC 2 JKL 5 TUV 8 SPACE 0

<Preview>

Before editing

Start point End point

Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 57 to display the Playlist menu. Using [K / L], select Scene Delete. Hit [ENTER]. Option window will appear.

Playlist - Scene Delete

Start End Preview Delete

Edited

Using [K / L], select Delete. Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear.
JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP 0:00:59 JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP 0:00:59
Use [SKIP H / G], [REV E], [FWD D], [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to decide the start point, then hit [ENTER]. Then use [SKIPH / G], [REV E], [FWD D], [PLAYB] and [PAUSE F] again to move to the end point, and hit [ENTER]. A cursor will move to Preview. The bar at the bottom of the screen indicates the total and the elapsed time of the title.The area selected for deletion will be indicated in red.
Using [K / L], select Yes. Hit [ENTER]. Part of a title will be deleted.
You cannot select Scene Delete when the number of chapter markers exceeds 900.

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You can name titles and change the names in this menu. The names you put on the titles will be displayed on a titlelist.
Playlist - Edit Title Name 3
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 57 to display the Playlist menu. Using [K / L], select Edit Title Name. Hit [ENTER]. A window for entering a title name will appear.
Playlist - Edit Title Name

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<Delete>:
Playlist - Chapter Mark - Delete
You can put chapter markers on each title. Once a chapter is marked, you can use it for the chapter search feature. You can put a chapter marker anywhere you want until the total number of the markers reaches 999.

Chapter

You cannot delete the first chapter of each title.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 57 to display the Playlist menu. Using [K / L], select Chapter Mark. Hit [ENTER]. Option window will appear.

Playlist - Chapter Mark

Using [K / L], select Yes. Hit [ENTER]. When you select Add at step 2, a new chapter marker will be created at the point you have decided. <Add>:
Playlist - Chapter Mark - Add

Add Delete

Chapter Chapter 2/ 2
JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP JAN/1 1:00AM CH12 XP 0:00:59 Wait for a moment.
Use [SKIP H / G], [REV E], [FWD D], [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to decide the point at which you will create a new chapter marker. Or, use [SKIP H / G] to decide a chapter marker that you will delete. Select Add or Delete accordingly using [K / L]. Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear. <Add>:
When you select Delete at step 2, the chapter marker you have selected will be deleted. <Delete>:
After this operation is completed, hit [SETUP] to exit. Data will be written onto the disc momentarily.

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Setting pictures for thumbnails
You can set an image picture for each title as a thumbnail. It helps you remember the contents of the title during playback.The default setting chooses the first scene of each title as the thumbnail.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 57 to display the Playlist menu. Using [K / L], select Index Picture. Use [SKIP H / G], [REV E], [FWD D], [PLAYB] and [PAUSE F] to decide the picture you want to select as a thumbnail. Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear.
Playlist - Index Picture 3
Using [K / L], select Yes. Hit [ENTER]. A picture for thumbnail will be set.

Playlist - Index Picture

If a selected picture for a thumbnail is deleted by deleting a part of a title, a default picture will automatically replace it. 61

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Dividing a title
You can divide a title into two new titles.
Follow steps 1 to 3 on page 57 to display the Playlist menu. Use [SKIP H / G], [REV E], [FWD D], [PLAY B] and [PAUSE F] to decide the point at which you will divide the title. Using [K / L], select Title Dividing. Hit [ENTER]. Confirmation window will appear.
Playlist - Title Dividing
Using [K / L], select Yes. Hit [ENTER]. The title will be divided into two new titles. Both title names are identical, and index pictures are reset to the first scene of each title.

Screen Saver (Default : 10 minutes) Set the idling time before the screen saver function starts.
Display OSD Language FL Dimmer Screen Saver English Bright 10 minutes Screen Saver OFF 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 30 minutes
Using [K / L], select a setting. Hit [ENTER]. Your setting will be activated.

Audio setting

Choose the appropriate Audio settings for your equipment.

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Audio setting (contd)
Dynamic Range Control function is available only on the discs which are recorded in the Dolby Digital format.
Digital Out Set the digital audio output.
Playback TV Aspect Parental Lock Disc Menu Language Audio Language Subtitle Language Digital Out Dynamic Range Control Fast Forward with Audio ON OFF 4:3 Letter Box All English Original OFF Digital Out PCM Dolby Digital 48kHz Stream
Using [K / L], select a setting. Hit [ENTER]. Option window will appear. Proceed to steps A or B.

48kHz 96kHz

Settings for PCM (Default : 48kHz)
Using [K / L], select a setting. Hit [ENTER]. Your setting will be activated. 48kHz : If your amplifier/decoder is NOT compatible with 96kHz PCM, select 48kHz. 96kHz sound will be output in 48kHz. 96kHz : If your amplifier/decoder is compatible with 96kHz PCM, select 96kHz. 96kHz sound will be output.

Digital Out - PCM

When playing back disc with copyright protection Even if you select 96kHz, the sound will be down sampled at 48kHz.

PCM Stream

Settings for Dolby Digital (Default : Stream)
Using [K / L], select a setting. Hit [ENTER]. Your setting will be activated. PCM : Convert the Dolby Digital into PCM (2 channel). When your amplifier/decoder is NOT compatible with Dolby Digital, set to PCM. Stream : Outputs Dolby Digital signals. When your amplifier/decoder is compatible with Dolby Digital, set to Stream.
Digital Out - Dolby Digital
When playing back a DVD-RW disc recorded in VR mode If the audio on a disc is recorded in Dolby Digital format, set Dolby Digital to PCM so that you can switch to main (L), sub audio (R), or a mix of both (L/R) with your amplifier/decoder.

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Dynamic Range Control (Default : ON) Set to ON to compress the range between soft and loud sounds.

Symptom Power The power does not turn on. Picture There is no picture.
Re-connect the connecting cord securely. The connecting cords are damaged. The Setup Display appears. Hit [RETURN ] to turn off the display. Check the connection to your TV (page 13). Switch the input selector on your TV (such as to LINE1) so that the signal from this unit appears on the TV screen.
Remedy Check that the AC power cord is connected securely. (In case of power failure) Check the breaker.

Picture noise appears.

The disc is dirty or flawed. If the picture output signal from the unit passes through your VCR before reaching your TV, or if you are connected to a combination TV/VIDEO player, the copy-protection signal applied to some DVD programs could affect picture quality. If you still experience this problem even when you connect the unit directly to your TV, try connecting the unit to your TV's SVIDEO input. Try to set the channels with Auto Preset in the Setting menu (page 18). Select a channel of any TV program using [CH o / p]. Adjust TV antenna. Adjust the picture (see the TVs instruction manual). Place the unit and TV farther apart. Place the TV and any bunched antenna cables farther apart. Switch the input to TV. Connect the antenna cable correctly (page 13). Keep the equipment which may cause electrical disturbances, such as a cellular phone, away. If the playback picture output from a DVD player,VCR or tuner goes through the unit before reaching your TV, the copyprotection signal applied to some programs could affect picture quality. Disconnect the playback equipment in question and connect it directly to your TV. The disc is dirty or flawed. Re-connect all connections securely. The connecting cord is damaged. Check the connections to the amplifier input. The input source setting on the amplifier is incorrect. The recorder is in pause mode or in Slow-motion Play mode. The recorder is in fast forward or fast reverse mode. If the audio signal does not come through the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) jack, check the Audio settings (pages 68-70). The disc is dirty or flawed. This unit is not compatible with DTS sound. Batteries are weak. There are obstacles between the remote control and the unit. The remote control is far from the unit. There are no batteries in the remote control. Turn on the unit. The remote control is not pointed at the remote sensor on the unit. If above remedies do not solve the problem, please call the Service Center for help.

Check the Parental Lock setting (pages 70-71).
You cannot record copy prohibited programs. Set DVD-RW Recording Format to VR mode(page 26). Insert a recordable disc, and ensure the disc status satisfies the recording requirements (pages 24-25). Clean the disc with a cleaning cloth. Replace the disc. Insert a ver.1.1 or 1.2 CPRM compatible DVD-RW disc.
Recording Error This program is not allowed to be recorded on this disc. Recording Error This disc is protected and not recordable. Recording Error Disc is full. (No area for new recording)
Cancel the disc protect setting in the Disc Setting menu (page 34).
You are trying to record onto the disc with no recording space left.
Insert the recordable disc with enough recording space.

Page 75

Error message
Recording Error You cannot record more than 99 titles on one disc. (The maximum is 99)
Cause You are trying to record onto the disc on which the number of recording titles alread reached the maximum (99). You are trying to record onto the VR mode DVD-RW disc on which the number of recording chapters alread reached to the maximum (999). This disc has no space to write the Control Information when recording or deleting contents. When editing has been repeatedly performed, the control Information area may become full even if the recording area still has enough space.
Solution Delete unnecessary titles (pages 51, 54, 57).
Recording Error You cannot record more than 999 chapters on one disc. (The maximum is 999)
This unit cannot delete the original chapter. Delete unnecessary chapter marker using other DVD recorders. Delete unnecessary titles from the Original list (page 54). Delete unnecessary titles (pages 51, 54 57).

Recording Error

You cannot record on this disc as Control Information is full.
Recording Error You cannot record on this disc as Power Calibration Area is full.
When recordings are performed repeatedly onto an unstable disc, this area may become full. Every time you insert a disc for recording, the disc's working area will be taken up. And if you repeat this frequently, it will be used up sooner and you may not be able to record full 99 titles. You are trying to record onto the disc already finalized.

Insert a new disc.

This disc is already finalized.
Undo finalizing of the disc (page 35).
* If you are still having trouble with the unit after checking Troubleshooting, write down the error code and the error description, and call our help line mentioned on the front page to locate an Authorized service center.

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