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Sony RDR-GX210 Dvd Recorder, size: 2.6 MB
Sony RDR-GX210 Annexe 1
User reviews and opinions
|mEo||9:11am on Wednesday, September 8th, 2010|
|A good looking and reasonably small model which suited our needs perfectly. The staff at the local Sony Centre were disinterested and unhelpful (Brighton Western Rd).|
|ebontrager||9:23am on Wednesday, August 4th, 2010|
|This is the second machine I have had in 5 months. My Fathers machine is in for repair for same faults as mine as I write this review.|
|adamberkey||6:22pm on Saturday, July 31st, 2010|
|The Sony RDR GX210S could be the worst dvd machine in the market. DO NOT BUY IT!!! After less than a year normal use.|
|StevenLeuck||6:23am on Sunday, July 25th, 2010|
|I pay the premium for Sony if I wanted an LG??? Frankly this would not matter if it actually worked. First failed after 1 month.|
|Johanna||10:28am on Friday, July 9th, 2010|
|After taking into account some more negative reviews here and elsewhere online. This Sony RDRGX210S dvd recorder is a superb machine. It is fitted with a very quiet fan.|
|OOhelpless||2:22pm on Thursday, July 1st, 2010|
|A highly recomended product. Well done Sony. Looking forward to the PS3 Release in November 2006!|
|emin||10:17pm on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010|
|My mum purchased this Sony RDRGX210S dvd recorder because of being a long time fan of Sony.|
|jayne_cobb||10:04pm on Tuesday, April 13th, 2010|
|I have the following Sony equipment in my house: video recorder, DVD camcorder, DVD player and TV. My Sony RDR GX210S has broken down after less than two years with a repair bill of 165. Sony are not interested in contributing to this cost.|
|twigdip||3:54pm on Thursday, March 18th, 2010|
|Buy with extreme caution I bought this machine as part of a Home Cinema system. Built in fault I purchased this a Sony DVD Recorder RDRGX-210 in June 2005. In January 2006 a fault occurred i.e.|
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to optical digital input
[Speakers] Rear (R) Front (R)
AV amplifier (receiver) with a decoder
z Hint For correct speaker location, see the operating instructions supplied with the connected components.
Do not connect your TVs audio output jacks to the LINE IN (AUDIO L/R) jacks at the same time. This will cause unwanted noise to come from your TVs speakers.
A Connecting to audio L/R input
B Connecting to a digital audio
This connection will use your TVs or stereo amplifiers (receivers) two speakers for sound. Connect using the audio cord (supplied).
White (L) Red (R) White (L) Red (R)
If your AV amplifier (receiver) has a Dolby*1 Digital, DTS*2, or MPEG audio decoder and a digital input jack, use this connection. Connect using a coaxial or optical digital cord (not supplied).
Coaxial cord Optical cord
Surround effect (page 49) Surround effect Dolby Digital (5.1ch), DTS (5.1ch), MPEG audio (5.1ch)
Do not connect the LINE 4 IN (AUDIO L/R) and LINE 2 OUT (AUDIO L/R) jacks to your TVs audio output jacks at the same time. This will cause unwanted noise to come from your TVs speakers.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. *2 DTS and DTS Digital Out are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
After you have completed connection B, make the appropriate settings under [Audio] Setup (page 74). If your AV amplifier (receiver) has an MPEG audio decoder function, set [MPEG] to [Bitstream] in [Audio] Setup (page 75). Otherwise, no sound or a loud noise will come from your speakers. The surround sound effects of this recorder cannot be used with connection B.
Step 5: Connecting the Mains Lead
Plug the recorder and TV mains leads (power cords) into the mains. After you connect the mains lead, you must wait for a short while before operating the recorder. You can operate the recorder once the front panel display lights up and the recorder enters standby mode. If you connect additional equipment to this recorder (page 23), be sure to connect the mains lead after all connections are complete.
Press M/m to select the aspect ratio of the connected TV, and press ENTER.
[4:3]: For a standard 4:3 screen TV without a wide screen mode. Select [Display Mode] in [Settings] Setup. [16:9]: For a wide-screen TV or standard TV with a wide screen mode.
Setting the clock
Press M/m to select press ,.
[Settings] Setup appears.
Press SET UP to turn off the Setup Display.
See Additional settings below and make other adjustments accordingly.
Press M/m to select [Clock], and check that the clock is correctly set.
Auto Preset Channel Settings Clock TV Aspect Display Mode Line1 Decoder Progressive Mode PBC Factory Setup Year Auto Adjust On Auto Adjust Off Date 12 / 04
Depending on the connected equipment, the following adjustments may be necessary. If you connect a TV that accepts progressive 625p format signals to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks Set [Progressive Mode] in [Settings] Setup to [On] (page 73). If you connect an AV amplifier (receiver) with a Dolby Digital, DTS, or MPEG audio decoder Make necessary settings in [Audio] Setup (page 74). You can make other adjustments using the Setup Displays, such as picture, sound, and subtitle languages. (See Settings and Adjustments on page 69.)
Time 12 :
If incorrect, set the clock manually (page 72). Or, the timer recording does not work properly.
Follow the steps of Setting the aspect ratio for the connected TV (see below).
Connecting a VCR or Similar Device
After disconnecting the recorders mains lead from the mains, connect a VCR or similar recording device to the LINE IN jacks of this recorder. Use the DV IN jack on the front panel if the equipment has a DV output jack (i.LINK jack) (page 66). See also the operating instructions supplied with the connected equipment. To record on this recorder, see Recording From Connected Equipment (page 45).
Connecting to the LINE 3 jack
Connect a VCR or similar recording device to the LINE 3/DECODER jack of this recorder.
TV VCR SCART cord (not supplied)
to SCART input
to i LINE 3/DECODER
LINE 3 / DECODER DIGITAL OUT
Pictures containing copy protection signals that prohibit any copying cannot be recorded. If you pass the recorder signals via the VCR, you may not receive a clear image on your TV screen.
DVD recorder VCR TV
Be sure to connect your VCR to the DVD recorder and your TV in the order shown below. To watch video tapes, watch the tapes through a second line input on your TV.
Line input 1 VCR DVD recorder TV Line input 2
When you record to a VCR from this DVD recorder, do not switch the input source to TV by pressing the TV/DVD button on the remote. If you disconnect the recorders mains lead, you will not be able to view the signals from the connected VCR.
You can set the timer for a total of seven programmes, up to one month in advance. There are two methods to set the timer: the standard method and VIDEO Plus+ method. Standard: Set the date, time, and programme position of the programme manually. VIDEO Plus+: Enter the PlusCode number designated for each TV programme (page 40).
Timer recordings cannot be made if the recorder is turned on. While recording, you cannot set additional timer recordings.
* The recorded disc can be played only on CPRM compatible equipment.
Setting the timer manually (Standard)
TIMER O RETURN </M/m/,, ENTER
Press Z (open/close), and place a recordable disc on the disc tray.
The Timer List appears with the timer setting you made.
PR 12 Date 12/4 Tue Start 19:20 Length 30 Mode SP : PDC/VPS Check Rec. OK
Wait until LOADING disappears from the front panel display. For details on how to insert and format a new disc, see Inserting and Formatting a Disc (page 27).
To make another timer setting, press TIMER to return to the [Timer Standard] menu and repeat steps 4 and 5.
Press O RETURN to turn off the Timer List. Press '/1 to set your recorder to standby mode.
The TIMER REC indicator lights up on the front panel and the recorder is ready to start recording.
PR 12 Date 12/4 Tue Start 19:20 Stop 19:50 Mode SP
100 Min Free PDC/VPS Off
If the Timer List or [Video Plus +] menu appears, press TIMER repeatedly to switch the display to [Timer Standard].
To stop recording during timer recording
Press x. Note that it may take a few seconds for the recorder to stop recording.
Press </, to select an item and press M/m to adjust the setting.
[PR]: Selects the programme position or input source. [Date]: Sets the date up to one month in advance. [Start]: Sets the start time. [Stop]: Sets the stop time. [Mode]: Selects the recording mode (page 37). If you select [AT], you can use the Rec Mode Adjust function. See Rec Mode Adjust on page 40. [Repeat]: Selects a repeat option from [Today], [Mon-Fri], and [Weekly]. [PDC/VPS]: Sets the PDC/VPS function. See About the PDC/VPS function below. If you make a mistake, select the item and change the setting.
About the PDC/VPS function
PDC/VPS signals are transmitted with TV programmes in some broadcast systems. These signals ensure that timer recordings are made regardless of any broadcast delays, early starts, or broadcast interruptions. To use the PDC/VPS function Set [PDC/VPS] to [On] in step 4 above. [*] appears next to the [Start] time of the timer setting in the Timer List. When you turn on this function, the recorder starts scanning the channel before the timer recording starts. If you are watching TV when scanning starts, a message will appear on the TV screen. If you want to watch TV, switch to your TVs tuner.
Rec Mode Adjust
If there is not enough available disc space for the recording, the recorder automatically selects the recording mode that will record the entire programme. To use this function, select [AT] for the recording mode and set [PDC/VPS] to [Off].
Recording TV programmes using the VIDEO Plus+ system
The VIDEO Plus+ system is a feature that simplifies setting the timer. Just enter the PlusCode number listed in the TV programme guide. The date, time, and channel of that programme are set automatically. Check that the channels are correctly set in [Channel Settings] in [Settings] Setup (page 70).
If the timer settings overlap
If the timer settings overlap, [Dup. Date] will appear in the Timer List. For details, see When the timer settings overlap (page 42).
To confirm, change, or cancel timer recording
See Checking/Changing/Cancelling Timer Settings (Timer List) (page 42).
z Hints You can play the recorded programme by selecting the programme title in the Title List menu. You can use the recorder after setting the timer. Just press '/1 to turn on the recorder. Press '/1 again to set the recorder to standby mode before the timer recording starts.
Check that the clock is correctly set before setting the timer recording. If not, the timer recording cannot be made. To record a satellite programme, turn on the satellite tuner and select the satellite programme you want to record. Leave the satellite tuner turned on until the recorder finishes recording. The recorder must be in standby mode for the timer recording to be made. Even if the timer is set for the same daily or weekly programme, the timer recording cannot be made if it overlaps with a programme that has priority. [Dup. Date] will appear for the overlapped setting in the Timer List. Check the priority order of the settings (page 42). Even if the timer is set, timer recordings cannot be made while recording a programme that has priority. The Rec Mode Adjust function only works with a timer recording and the PDC/VPS function set to off. It does not function with Quick Timer (page 44). The beginning of some recordings may not be made when using the PDC/VPS function. If the TIMER REC indicator flashes on the front panel, check that a recordable disc is inserted correctly and available recording time on the disc is enough.
Press </, to select an item and press M/m to change the setting.
If you want to return to the Timer List without changing, press TIMER.
You can check, change, or cancel timer settings using the Timer List menu.
The information for the selected timer setting is updated.
Cancelling the timer settings
TIMER </M/m/,, ENTER
After step 1 above, select a timer setting and press CLEAR.
The selected timer setting is deleted from the Timer List. If you want to cancel the deletion, select [Cancel] and press ENTER in step 2.
Changing the timer settings
The Timer List can contain up to seven timer settings. You can select a timer setting and modify it before the recording starts.
To turn off the Timer List
When the timer settings overlap
If a timer setting overlaps with another timer setting (i.e., [Dup. Date] appears in the Timer List), the programme that starts first has priority and the second programme starts recording only after the first programme has finished.
7:00 8:00 A
will be cut off
Press TIMER repeatedly to turn on the Timer List.
All the timer settings are listed. You can check information such as the recording date, time, recording mode, etc.
PR 10 Date 12/4 Tue 13/4 Wed 13/4 Wed Start 19:20 20:00 20:15 Length 15 Mode SP SP SP : PDC/VPS Check Rec. OK Dup. Date Dup. Date
When the recordings start at the same time The programme that is set first has priority. In this example, timer setting A is set after B, so the first part of timer setting A will not be recorded.
7:00 8:00 A B 9:00 10:00
[Rec. OK] indicates that the timer recording will be made as you set. If the timer settings overlap, [Dup. Date] will appear. [*] next to the [Start] time indicates that [PDC/VPS] is set to [On] (page 39).
When the end time of one recording and the start time of another are the same After finishing the previous recording, the other recording may be delayed.
Recording Without the Timer
While recording, you cannot change the timer setting for the current recording. When [PDC/VPS] is set to [On] for one or more timer recordings, the start times may change in the event of a broadcast delay or early start. Even if the timer is set, timer recordings cannot be made while recording a programme that has priority. Even if the timer is set for the same daily or weekly programme, the timer recording cannot be made if it overlaps with a programme that has priority. [Dup. Date] will appear for the overlapped setting in the Timer List. Check the priority order of the settings.
TITLE LIST DISPLAY
t (TV/video), TV/DVD </M/m/,, ENTER
X x REC MODE INPUT SELECT z REC
Insert a recordable disc. Press PROG +/ or INPUT SELECT to select the programme position or input source you want to record. Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode.
Creating your own programme (Programme Play)
You can play the contents of a disc in the order you want by arranging the order of the tracks on the disc. Up to 99 tracks for CDs and 256 tracks for DATA CDs can be programmed. The programme is cleared when the disc is removed.
A-B (A-B Repeat)
To resume normal playback, press H. To cancel the Surround, Random, Repeat, or A-B Repeat function, press the button again to turn off the indicator.
The list menu appears. Example: DATA CDs
When selecting a track on a music CD, go to step 3.
Select an album and press ENTER. Select the track you want to programme. Press PROGRAM, or press , to select [ ] (programme) and press ENTER.
The selected track is displayed on [Program] list.
About MP3 audio tracks
1-Waltz for Debby.mp3 2-My Romance.mp3 3-Milestones.mp3 4-My Funny Valentine.mp3 5-Autumn Leaves.mp3 6-All Blues.mp3 7-In A Silent Way.mp3
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to add more tracks to the list.
To add all the tracks on the disc, select [ (programme all) and press ENTER. ]
MP3 is audio compression technology that satisfies certain ISO/MPEG regulations. You can play back DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CDRs/CD-RWs) recorded in MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3) format. However, the discs must be recorded according to ISO9660 Level 1, Level 2, or Joliet format for the recorder to recognize the tracks. You can also play discs recorded in Multi Session. See the instructions supplied with the CD-R/CDRW drives and the recording software (not supplied) for details on the recording format.
z Hints Playback stops when all the MP3 audio tracks within the album are played. Since a disc with many trees takes longer to start playback, it is recommended that you create albums with no more than two trees.
Select the track you want to start playing in [Program] list. Press H or ENTER to start Programme Play.
The tracks in the list are played in the programmed order. Playback stops after all the tracks in the list are played.
The recorder may not be able to play some DATA CDs created in the Packet Write format. The recorder will play any data with the extension.MP3, even if they are not in MP3 format. Playing this data may generate a loud noise which could damage your speaker system. The recorder does not conform to audio tracks in MP3PRO format. The recorder can recognize up to a total number of 999 albums and tracks in a DATA CD. The recorder may not recognize some discs depending on the recording device used for recording or the disc condition. The recorder can play MP3 audio tracks recorded in the following sampling frequencies: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz. Only the letters in the alphabet and numbers can be used for album or track names. ID3 tags cannot be displayed.
Title 1 07/12 0:45:00
Set Point A Set Point B Cancel OK
Current playback point
z Hint You can label or re-label DVDs (page 34).
Press H, and search for the scene you want to erase by pressing x, X, and m/ M.
Press ENTER at the start of the scene to be erased (point A).
Thumbnail of point A
Protecting a title from erasure or alteration
Select [Protect] in step 3 of Erasing and Editing Titles, and press ENTER.
Point A 00:15:00
The title is protected and [ ] (locked) appears in the Title List menu. To cancel the protection, select [Protect] again.
Dividing a title
Press ENTER at the end of the scene (point B).
Select [Edit] in step 3 of Erasing and Editing Titles, and press ENTER. Select [Divide], and press ENTER.
The display for setting the dividing point appears.
Title 2 07/12 0:45:00
00:15:20 Point B 00:15:20
Thumbnail of point B
Divide Cancel OK
To reset either point A or B, select [Cancel] and repeat from step 3.
The display asks for confirmation. If you do not want to erase the scene, select [Cancel] and press ENTER.
Press H, and search for the point you want to divide by pressing x, X, and m/ M. Press ENTER at the dividing point.
To reset the point, select [Cancel] and repeat from step 3.
The scene is erased.
Images or sound may be momentarily interrupted at the point where you erase the scene. Sections shorter than five seconds may not be erased. The erased section may be slightly different from the points you selected.
The title is divided in two. If you want to rename the title, see page 61. If you do not want to divide the title, select [Cancel] and press ENTER.
Editing a Title by Chapter
You can make detailed editing to a title by using the Chapter List menu that displays title contents by chapter.
Select a chapter, and press ENTER.
The sub-menu appears with options available for the selected chapter. [Title List]: Displays the Title List menu (see Erasing and Editing Titles on page 60). [Erase]: Erases the chapter (page 63). [Edit]: Displays the following options. [Combine]: Combines two chapters into one (page 63). [Hide/Show]: Hides the chapter/Shows the hidden chapter (page 64). [Move]: Allows you to change the chapter order within the title. Follow the same instructions in step 6 of Rearranging chapters within a Playlist title (page 65).
</M/m/,, ENTER m/M
For details about the recording modes, see page 37.
Press SET UP on the remote.
The Setup Display appears.
H X REC MODE INPUT SELECT SET UP x z REC
[Rec Setting], and press ,.
Select [DV Audio Input], and press ,.
Rec Mode Set Rec Aspect Ratio DV Audio Input Stereo 1 Stereo 2
Press Z (open/close), and place a recordable disc on the tray.
Make sure that the disc has enough free space to record the contents of your tape.
[Stereo 1] (default): Records original sound only. Normally select this when dubbing a DV format tape. [Stereo 2]: Records additional sound only. Select this only if you have added a second audio channel when recording with your digital video camera.
Select an option, and press ENTER.
10Press O RETURN to turn off the Setup
11Press H to start playing the DV/Digital8
The playback picture appears on the screen.
12While watching the screen, search for the
point you want to start recording by pressing m/M.
13When you find the point you want, press
14Press z REC.
Playback starts from the selected point, and the recorder starts recording.
If you want to play the disc on other DVD equipment, finalize the disc (page 35). You cannot connect more than one piece of digital video equipment to the recorder. You cannot control the recorder using another device or another recorder of the same model. You cannot record date, time, or the contents of the cassette memory onto the disc. When dubbing from a DV/Digital8 format tape by way of the DV IN jack, the recorder starts recording about five seconds after the tape starts playing. If you dub a DV/Digial8 format tape that has been edited on a PC using the DV IN jack, any audio recorded on the Stereo 2 track may only be recorded as noise. If you record from a DV/Digital8 format tape with a sound track that is recorded in multiple sampling frequencies (48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, or 32 kHz), no sound or an unnatural sound will be output when playing back the sampling frequency switch point on the disc. The recorded picture may be momentarily affected if the picture size of the source image changes, or if there is nothing recorded on the tape. When dubbing from the DV IN jack, pictures are recorded only in 4:3 size regardless of the [Rec Aspect Ratio] setting in [Rec Setting] Setup (page 77). You can select the picture size for DVD-RWs (VR mode) only. Noise may occur when you switch the audio sampling mode (e.g.48 kHz/16 bits t 32 kHz/12 bits). The video or sound may drop out during the recording of start/stop points on the tape.
Turns on the Auto Clock Set function when a channel in your local area broadcasts a time signal.
Select [Clock] and press ,.
Selects the aspect ratio of the connected TV (4:3 standard or wide).
[ 4:3 ] Select this when connecting to a 4:3 screen TV. When you select [4:3], set [Display Mode] below. Select this when connecting to a wide-screen TV or TV with a wide mode function.
Select [Auto Adjust On] and press ENTER.
z Hint If you select [Auto Adjust On], the Auto Clock Set function is activated whenever the recorder is turned off.
To set the clock manually If the Auto Clock Set function did not set the clock correctly for your local area, set the clock manually.
[ 16:9 ]
Select [Clock] and press ,. Press ,.
Auto Preset Channel Settings Clock TV Aspect Display Mode Line1 Decoder Progressive Mode PBC Factory Setup Year Auto Adjust On Auto Adjust Off Date 12 04
Selects how to display a wide picture on the screen when [4:3] is selected in [TV Aspect].
[ Letter Box ] [ Pan Scan ] Displays a wide picture with bands on the upper and lower portions of the screen. Automatically displays a wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the portions that do not fit.
Press M/m to set the day, and press ,. Set the month, year, hour, and minutes in sequence. Press </, to select the item to be set, then press M/m to set the numbers. To change the numbers, press < to return to the item to be changed, and press M/m.
Press ENTER to start the clock.
You cannot select [On] if the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the rear panel is set to RGB (page 15). Make sure that it is set to COMPONENT. When set to [On], pictures appear on a progressive compatible TV or monitor. Signals are only sent to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks in progressive mode. To cancel the setting, remove the disc and close the disc tray. Then press and hold x (stop) on the recorder for five seconds. If your TV does not accept progressive signals, [Progressive Mode] will be set to [Off] automatically after a few seconds.
[4:3 Letter Box]
[4:3 Pan Scan]
[PBC] (Playback Control) Note
Depending on the disc, [Letter Box] may be selected automatically instead of [Pan Scan] or vice versa.
Turns the PBC function on or off when playing VIDEO CDs.
[ Off ] The PBC function is not activated. VIDEO CDs with PBC will be played the same way as audio CDs. The PBC function is activated when playing VIDEO CDs with PBC.
Sets the LINE 1-TV jack for inputting encoded video signals.
[ Off ] [ On ] Inputs the signals from the LINE 1-TV jack. Normally select this. The signal input from the LINE 1TV jack is output to the LINE 3/ DECODER jack for decoding. The decoded signal is then input back through the LINE 3/ DECODER jack so you can record or view PAY-TV/Canal Plus programmes. In this case, select LINE 1 by pressing INPUT SELECT. [ On ]
Enter a four-digit password using the number buttons and press ENTER. Enter the password again to confirm, and press ENTER while [OK] is selected. The password is stored. If you make a mistake, press < repeatedly to delete numbers one by one, then re-enter it.
Selects a code for a geographic area as the playback limitation level. See Area Code List (page 93).
Select [Area Code] and press ,. Enter the four-digit password using the number buttons and press ENTER. Press M/m to enter the first character of the area and press ,. Press M/m to enter the second character and press ENTER.
To change the password, press ENTER while [Change] is selected. [Erase]: Erases the password. Enter the registered password and press ENTER. Enter the registered password and press ENTER. Enter a new four-digit password and press ENTER. Enter the password again to confirm and press ENTER.
When you play discs which do not have the Parental Control function, playback cannot be limited on this recorder. Depending on the disc, you may be asked to change the Parental Control level while playing the disc. In this case, enter your password, then change the level.
The [Rec Setting] Setup allows you to adjust the recording picture quality and size. Select [Rec Setting] in the Setup Display. To use the display, see Using the Setup Displays (page 69). The default settings are underlined.
Rec Mode Set Rec Aspect Ratio DV Audio Input Auto Chapter HQ SP EP SLP
Automatically divides a recording (a title) into chapters by inserting chapter markings at a specified interval. The markings are inserted while the recording is being made.
[ Off ] [ 5Min ] [ 10Min ] [ 15Min ] No chapter mark is inserted. Sets the interval to 5 minutes. Sets the interval to 10 minutes. Sets the interval to 15 minutes.
Depending on the size of the recording being made, the actual interval may vary from the interval selected in [Auto Chapter]. The selected interval should only be used as an approximation to create chapters.
[Rec Mode Set]
Selects one of the following recording modes: HQ (High Quality), SP (Standard Play), EP (Extended Play), SLP (Super Long Play).
[Rec Aspect Ratio] (DVD-RW (VR mode) only)
Selects the picture size of the programme to be recorded. When recording on discs other than DVD-RWs (VR mode), the screen size is fixed to 4:3.
[ 4:3 ] [ 16:9 ] Sets the picture size to 4:3. Sets the picture size to 16:9 (wide mode).
[DV Audio Input]
Selects the stereo track when recording from a digital video camera connected to the DV IN jack on the front panel.
[ Stereo 1 ] Records original sound at the time of shooting. Normally select this when dubbing a DV/Digital8 format tape. Records only additional sound over-dubbed after shooting.
[ Stereo 2 ]
Resetting the Recorder (Factory Setup)
Select this to reset the recorder to all its default settings. The [Parental Control] settings remain as stored.
Press SET UP to turn on the Setup Display. Select [Settings] and press ,.
Select [Factory Setup] and press ,.
Auto Preset Channel Settings Clock TV Aspect Display Mode Line1 Decoder Progressive Mode PBC Factory Setup Start
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using the recorder, use this troubleshooting guide to help remedy the problem before requesting repairs. Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer.
The power does not turn on.
, Check that the mains lead is connected securely.
, You have set the recorder to progressive format (the PROGRESSIVE indicator lights up) even though your TV cannot accept the progressive signals. In this case, remove the disc and close the disc tray. Then press and hold x (stop) on the recorder for five seconds. , Even if your TV is compatible with progressive format (625p) signals, the image may be affected when you set the recorder to progressive format. In this case, remove the disc and close the disc tray. Then press and hold x (stop) on the recorder for five seconds. , You are playing a disc recorded in a colour system that is different from your TV.
TV programme reception does not fill the screen.
, Set the channel manually in [Channel Settings] in [Settings] Setup (page 70). , Select the correct source using the INPUT SELECT button, or select a channel of any TV programme using the PROG +/ buttons.
There is no picture.
, , , , Re-connect all connecting cords securely. The connecting cords are damaged. Check the connection to your TV (page 13). Switch the input selector on your TV (such as to VCR) so that the signal from the recorder appears on the TV screen. If you connect the recorder to your TV via the LINE 1-TV jack, set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the rear panel to RGB (page 14). If you connect the recorder to your TV via only the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks, set the VIDEO OUT SELECT switch on the rear panel to COMPONENT (page 14). When [Progressive Mode] is set to [On] (page 73), signals are only sent to the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks. This recorder cannot record NTSC signals.
i.LINK 85 INPUT SELECT 45, 67 Interlace format 91
JPEG image files 57
[Letter Box] 72 LINE 1 TV 14 LINE 2 IN 24 LINE 2 OUT 14, 16 LINE 3/DECODER 23, 25, 26 LINE 4 IN 24 [Line1 Decoder] 73
Batteries 18 Bilingual recordings 37 [Bitstream] 75 Bookmark 52
Canal Plus 26 CD 10 Channel List 71 [Channel Settings] 70 Chapter 45, 64, 90 Chapter List 30, 47, 63, 65 Cleaning discs 83 [Clock] 22, 72 Colour systems 84 [Combine] 63 Command mode 20 COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 14
Mains lead 18 Manual Clock Set 72 MENU 47 Menu 74 DVDs Menu 47 Top menu 47 [Move] 65, 71 MP3 audio tracks 53 MPEG 75, 91
[Edit] 34, 61, 63 Editing 59 Enter characters 32 [Erase] 61, 63, 71
NICAM 37, 71 Number buttons 33, 40, 52
On-screen display 31 Setup Display 69 Sub-menu 29 Original 29, 59, 91 OSD language 21, 74
[Pan Scan] 72 Parental Control 48, 76 PAY-TV 26 PBC (Playback Control) 47, 73 [PCM] 75 PDC 39 Picture-in-Picture 51 Playable discs 10 Playback 47, 49, 53 A-B Repeat 51, 55 fast forward 49, 54 fast reverse 49, 54 instant advance 50 instant replay 50 Random Play 51, 55 Repeat Play 51, 55 Resume Play 48 Slow-motion play 50 Playing time 31 Playlist 29, 59, 64, 91 Programme Play 55 Progressive mode 15, 73, 91 [Protect] 34, 62
Recording 28, 37, 43, 45, 77 Overwriting a recorded title 45 Recording format 8 Recording mode 37, 77 Recording time 37 while watching another programme 44 Region code 11 Remaining time 31 Remote 18, 87 Repeat Play 51, 55 Resetting the recorder 78 Resume Play 48
S VIDEO 14, 15 [Sampling Freq.] 75 Searching fast forward 49, 54 fast reverse 49, 54 locating the beginning of the title/chapter/ track 49, 54 Search mode 52 SET 52 [Set Password] 76 Setup Display 69 [Show] 64 Slide show 57 [Station Name] 71 [Stereo 1] 77 [Stereo 2] 77 Sub-menu 29 Subtitle 50, 74 Super VIDEO CD 10 [SUR ON] 50, 54 Surround 17, 50, 51, 54
Timer recording check/change/cancel 42 manual setting 38 Rec Mode Adjust 40 Timer List 42 VIDEO Plus+ 40 Title 29, 47, 91 TITLE LIST 29, 47 Title List 29, 47, 60 [Title Name] 33, 61 TOP MENU 47 Track 53, 91 Troubleshooting 79 [TV Aspect] 22, 72 TV/DVD 44 TV/DVD switch 19, 27
[Unfinalize] 35 Usable discs 8, 10
VIDEO CD 10, 47 Video cord 14 Video input 15 Video mode 8 VIDEO OUT SELECT switch 15 VIDEO Plus+ 40 [Vocal] 75 VPS 39 VR mode 8
Quick guide to disc types 8 Quick Timer 44
Zoom 50 ZWEITON 37
Random Play 51, 55 Rear panel 89 REC 28, 43 [Rec Aspect Ratio] 77 Rec Mode Adjust 40 [Rec Mode Set] 77 [Rec Setting] 67, 77 Recordable discs 8
Thumbnail picture 30 TIME 31 TIMER 38, 40 Timer List 42
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Thank you for purchasing a Sony Data Projector. In order to receive your FREE product offer via redemption, please select the model code below, which will determine the offer available to you, ll out all the required details and mail to Sony Data Projector FREE offer promotion, PO BOX 1203, Brookvale, NSW 2100. Claim forms must be signed, have a copy of the original receipt from place of purchase attached, showing payment in full, PLUS photocopies of the data projector barcode with serial number. Please tick your FREE redemption choice below as well as your Data Projector Model.
VPL-DSx $50 Coles Myer Vouchers or VPL-ESx $50 Coles Myer Vouchers or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty VPL-EXx RDRGX210 DVD Recorder or VPL-CSx $50 Coles Myer Vouchers or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty VPL-CXx RDRGX210 PLUS a RMPJPK1 or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty 1 x DRX8000UL or 1 x Playstation2 console PLUS a RMPJPK1 or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty 1 x DRX800UL or 1 x Playstation2 console or 1 x DRX800UL or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty
VPL-CX75 [All VPLCX75s receive a Sony 1 GIG memory stick] 1 x RDRGX210 PLUS a RMPJPK1 or 1 x DSCP100 or 1 x 3rd Year Extended Warranty
NAME CONTACT PHONE NUMBER DAYTIME DELIVERY ADDRESS POSTCODE E-MAIL MODEL NUMBER STORE WHERE PURCHASED I have read and agreed to Terms and Conditions of this promotion available in store or at www.sony.com.au/mysony SIGNED SERIAL NUMBER
For more information visit www.sony.com.au/projectorbonus
TERMS AND CONDITIONS SONY DATA PROJECTOR REDEMPTION
1. This offer is available in Australia only to end users who purchase a Sony Data Projector, model VPL-DS100, VPLES2, VPL-CS7, VPL-EX1, VPL-CX70, VPL-CX75 commencing June 1st 2005 , to 31st August 2005 12pm (midnight) EST from participating retailers in Australia. All redemption claim forms must be received no later than 16th September, 2005, 12pm (midnight) EST. (please conrm dates- conrmed) 2. Only residents of Australia with a valid Australian mailing address are eligible for the bonus. 3. Employees of the Promoter Sony Australia (Sony), their immediate families, related companies and agencies associated with this giveaway are ineligible to claim the bonus. 4. Application for the offer deems acceptance of these conditions. 5. Offer is strictly limited to one bonus redemption offer per purchase. Bonus redemption items are: Purchase a VPL-DS100 and receive via redemption your choice of 2 x $50.00 Coles MYER vouchers, or 1 x DRX800UL or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty; purchase a VPL-ES2 and receive via redemption your choice of 3 x $50 Coles Vouchers, or 1 x DRX800UL, or 1 x Playstation2 console or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty; purchase a VPL-CS7 and receive via redemption your choice of 4 x $50 Coles Vouchers, or 1 x DRX800UL or 1 x Playstation2 console PLUS a RMPJPK1 or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty; purchase a VPL-EX1 and receive via redemption 1 x Sony RDRGX210 DVD Recorder or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty; purchase a VPL-CX70 and receive via redemption 1 x RDRGX210 PLUS 1 x RMPJPK1 or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty; purchase a VPL-CX75 and receive via redemption 1 x Sony MSX1GS 1 GByte Memory Stick plus your choice of 1 x RDRGX210 with RMPJPK1, or 1 x Sony DSCP100 digital camera or a 3rd Year Extended Warranty. 6. The offer is not transferable or exchangeable for cash. 7. Offer is available while stocks last. 8. Upon receipt of the correctly completed claim form, purchasers of the above stated Data Projector models will be eligible for one (1) of the corresponding prizes via redemption. 9. The purchase of the above stated Data Projector models must be complete and nalised to be eligible to receive the redemption and is not valid for incomplete lay-by transactions or rental agreements. 10. Sony will only accept claims that are made on an ofcial claim form and that are received through the post, addressed to Data Projector Redemption Promotion, PO BOX 1203, BROOKVALE NSW 2100. 11. Ofcial claim forms can only be obtained through the internet, or from the store of purchase, as follows: (i) INTERNET: Claim forms are available as a downloadable PDF le to My Sony members who register their purchase of a qualifying product on the My Sony website at www.sony.com.au/mysony. Membership of My Sony is free, however a member must have purchased a Sony product during or after 1995 to be eligible to join My Sony. Registration is real time, which means a customer who purchases a qualifying product as part of this promotion can register that product with My Sony and after conrming their membership via email, subsequently download the claim form in the same session. (ii) INSTORE: If a purchaser does not wish to join My Sony, or does not have access to the internet, a claim form may also be obtained from their store of purchase. 12. Claim forms must be signed and mailed with photocopies of the original receipt from the place of purchase PLUS photocopies of the original barcodes with serial numbers on the side of the Sony data projector box. 13. Entries sent without the claimants signature, photocopy of the receipt or data projector barcode with serial numbers will be invalid and therefore ineligible for the redemption. 14. Please include a valid daytime delivery address. Address details of the store of purchase will not be considered valid, and therefore entries will be ineligible for the bonus redemption. 15. Bonus redemptions will be shipped to eligible consumers within 28 days of receipt of redemption claim form. 16. Should stock be unavailable within 28 days of redemption claim form receipt, claimants will be advised of the earliest delivery dates via mail. 17. Stock availability allowing, all bonus data redemption items will be despatched no later than 30.9.2005. 18. Sony reserves the right to substitute the bonus with an equivalent product if all stock of the Bonus redemption items stated above, has been depleted. 19. Claimants should apply for a claim form in sufcient time to allow for completing the form, and posting the completed form, as directed, NO LATER THAN 16th September 2005. Claim forms received in envelopes that are postmarked after 16th September 2005 will NOT be accepted and NO acknowledgement of a late claim will be sent to the claimant. 20. Send one coupon per purchase. 21. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any late, lost or misdirected entries. It is the claimaints responsibility to inform Sony if their residential address, email or phone number changes during the offer period. Sony takes no responsibility for bonus units, which are not received due to incorrect address details supplied. 22. The Promoter is not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer online systems, servers or providers, computer equipment, software, technical problems or trafc congestion on the Internet or at any website, or any combination thereof, including any injury or damage to participants or any other persons computer related to or resulting from participation in or downloading of any materials in this competition. 23. If for any reason this competition is not capable of running as planned including infection by computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures or an other causes beyond the control of the Promoter which corrupt or affect the administration security, fairness integrity or proper conduct of this competition, the Promoter reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process. 24. All entries become the property of the Promoter. 25. The collection, use and disclosure of personal information provided in connection with this competition is governed by the Privacy Notice (please refer to www.sony.com.au/privacy for full disclosure). Entrants may contact the Promoter at the address given below to request access to any of their collected PI that is still held. If an entrant does not truthfully provide all requested PI, the Promoter may determine that they are not eligible to receive the bonus Sony redempton offer. 26. The data projector redemption offer is only valid whilst stocks last. 27. The Promoter is Sony Australia Limited, ABN of 33-39 Talavera Road, North Ryde NSW 2113.
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