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HDD/DVD combi recorder G Approx price: 330
I 160GB hard disk drive (max 226 hours approx) I DVD-RW/-R/+RW/+R/+R DL recording I High-speed copy from HDD to DVD I Simultaneous play and record I CD-R/-RW, MP3/WMA/ JPEG/DiVX playback
Recording modes: 4 presets Max recording time: 226 (HDD), 6hr (DVD), 11.5hr (DVD+R DL) Non-linear editing: Yes TV tuner: Analogue Timer: 16-event/one month GuidePlus/VideoPlus: No/Yes Set-top box control: No Dimensions: 430(w) x 49(h) x 350(d)mm Weight: 4.6kg Other features: Fast dubbing to DVD; Play List editing on DVD-RW (VR mode); PAL/NTSC progressive scan playback; PIP
DVD-Video; Dual Disc (CD side); Dual Disc (DVD side); CD; MP3; WMA; JPEG; VCD; SVCD; MPEG-4 DiVX (v. 3.x); MPEG-4 DiVX (v. 5.x); MPEG-4 XViD; CD-R; CD-RW; DVD-R; DVD-RW (Video); DVD-RW (VR); DVD+R; DVD+R (Dual Layer); DVD+RW
Front: i.Link DV input; composite & S-video inputs; stereo line input; Back: 2 Scarts; component video output; composite video in/output; RF aerial in/output; stereo line in/output; optical & electrical digital audio output
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nly a few manufacturers now resolutely stick to just one DVD recording format.Given that no system has wonand they each have pros and cons,it makes sense to support more than one kind of disc. The Hitachi DV-DS161E (reviewed on page 56) is compatible with every main blank DVD,excluding high definition.This LG is closely modelled on the same electronics as the Hitachi in terms of connections, features and onscreen menu,but it excludes DVD-RAM support, Commercial Advance ad skipping and memory card slots.It also cant chase playbackof a current hard drive recording.In other senses its virtually identical,except that its slightly smaller and cheaper. Its a slimline recorder,with an understated silver casing,front sockets including i.Link for DV and S-video which,like the Hitachi,is the only way to get a good quality external input from Freeview,cable or Sky boxes (if you have the relevant output).This is because even though there are two Scarts,they do not allow RGB or S-video in,with just an RGB output.This is a big drawback for the two-thirds of the country now receiving digital broadcasts. The hard drive is a generous 160GB,which gives you 42 to 226 hours of TV recording.There are only four pre-set recording quality modes,providing a maximum of just 6hr on DVD (or 11.5hr on Double Layer DVD+R). As a no-frills recorder,there are no refined timer-setting features such as GuidePlus or a built-in digital tuner to give you 16:9 widescreen and an electronic programme guide as well. The onscreen user-interface is attractive and logical,though,and editing features are well up to the task.The main problem with dubbing to disc is the same as with the Hitachi,in that you cannot fine tune
the picture quality to fit on DVD any more precisely than in the four pre-set modes (1hr,2hr,4hr or 6hr),which isnt very flexible.
We were impressed by the Hitachis DVD movie playback performance in progressive scan.As a smaller,cheaper version of that recorder,the same is mostly true of the LG.However,the disc handling leaves something to be desired.Our test sample did not always play discs properly the first time.We often had to eject and reload,either to get the menu to appear or for the progressive scan mode to switch properly from video to film.In case of difficulties, switching out of 576p mode but keeping the component connection going is a sufficient alternative, likewise the RGB Scart should be more than adequate on most TVs. The recorded picture quality is similar to its Hitachi counterpart,with the similar drawback of not being able to record any TV material other than via S-video or the RF aerial,both of which are inferior to RGB. General colour fidelity,strength of contrast and image stability are very good and theres little sign of digital break-up until you reach the LQ (4hr on normal DVD) mode,and even then its fine for average TV use. Only the EQ (6hr) option lets the side down,where the picture quality is marked by blocky mosaic-style MPEG side effects.The digital audio outputs are,as ever,pristine,and its up to your surround sound system to make the most of the raw material. In short,this is a decent value recorder if you dont want to record from a digital TV box.But if you do, then youll need to get one that does S-video (or buy an RGB-toS-video converter) and plug it into the front of the LG,which is far from pretty. Ian Calcutt
VIDEO JITTER S/N RATIO
Very good Average
Excellent Excellent Good Good Good Good
CHROMA AM -67.1dB CHROMA PM -61.3dB HP MODE SP MODE LP MODE EP MODE -1.7dB -1.7dB -1.7dB -1.8dB
FREQUENCY RESPONSE AT 4MHZ
For a full explanation of test data, please see page 120
Multiformat DVD recording; menu design; big hard drive
No Freeview or EPG; no RGB in or HDMI out; flawed prog scan
Picture Sound Features Ease of use Value
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Multiformat and a big hard disk, shame about the lack of RGB in
060 I What Video and Widescreen TV I Issue 304
WARNING: Do not install this equipment in a confined space such as a bookcase or similar unit.
This product is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements of EEC DIRECTIVE 89/336/EEC, 93/68/EEC and 73/23/EEC.
VIDEO Plus+ and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar Development Corporation. The VIDEO Plus+ system is manufactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation.
Introduction.4-10 Symbol Used in this Manual.4 Notes on Discs.4 Recordable and Playable Discs.5 Playable Discs.6 Remote Control Operation.6 About the internal hard disk drive.7 Disc-related terms.8 Front Panel.9 Remote Control.10 Hookup and Settings.11-25 Rear Panel.11 Connecting to the Aerial.11 Connections to Your TV.12 Connecting to an Amplifier.13 Accessory Audio/Video (A/V) Connections.14-15 Using the Home Menu.16 Initial Settings.16-25 General Settings.16-19 Auto Programming.16 Program Edit.17 Auto Clock Set.18 Manual Clock Set.18 TV Aspect.18 Display Mode.18 Progressive Scan.19 PBC.19 Initialization.19 Language Settings.19-20 Audio Settings.20 Dolby Digital / DTS / MPEG.20 Sampling Frequency.20 DRC (Dynamic Range Control).20 Vocal.20 Lock (Parental Control) Settings.21-22 Rating / Set Password / Area Code.21 DivX Registration Code.22 Recording Settings.22-23 Record Mode Set.22 Record Aspect.22 DV Recording Audio.23 TV Recording Audio.23 Auto Chapter.23 Disc Settings.23-24 Disc Format.23 Finalize / Disc Label / Disc Protect.24 General Explanation of On-Screen Display.25 Playback. Playing a HDD, DVD, DivX file or Video CD Playing a DivX Movie File. Playing an Audio CD or MP3/WMA file. Program Playback with Audio CD and.26-38.26-29.30-31.32-33
Recording.39-44 About DVD recording.39 About HDD recording.39 Timeshift.40 Basic Recording from a TV.41 Instant Timer Recording.41 Timer Recording.42 Simultaneous recording and playback.42 Timer Recording with VIDEO Plus+ System.43 Checking Timer Recording Details.44 Recording from an External Input.44 Recording from DV Input.45 Editing.46-52 Title List and Chapter List Menu Overview.46 HDD, VR Mode: Original and Playlist Editing.47 Adding Chapter Markers.47 Changing Title Thumbnails.47 Making a New Playlist.48 Adding Additional Title/Chapters to the Playlist.48 Deleting an Original or Playlist Title/Chapter.49 Deleting a Part.49 Naming a Title.50 Sort.50 Undoing/Redoing the Last Deletion.50 Combining Two Titles Into One.51 Divide One Titles Into Two.51 Combining Two Chapters Into One.51 Moving a Playlist Chapter.52 Hide a Chapter/Title.52 Protect a Title.52 Dubbing.53-55 Before Dubbing.53 Dubbing from HDD to DVD.54 Dubbing from DVD to HDD.54 One Touch Copy (HDD to DVD).55 One Touch Copy (DVD to HDD).55 Reference.56-61 Additional Information.56 Overwriting Recording.56 Viewing Title List menu displayed on other DVD Recorders or Players.56 Playing Your Recordings on Other DVD Players (Finalizing a Disc).56 Language Codes.57 Area Codes.57 Controlling Your TV with the Supplied Remote Control.58 Troubleshooting.59-60 Specifications.61
Notes: Depending on the conditions of the recording equipment or the CD-R/RW (or DVDR/RW) disc itself, some CD-R/RW (or DVDR/RW) discs cannot be played on the unit. Do not attach any seal or label to either side (the labeled side or the recorded side) of a disc. Do not use irregularly shaped CDs (e.g., heart-shaped or octagonal). Doing so may result in malfunctions. Depending on the recording software & the finalization, some recorded discs (CD-R/RW or DVDR/RW) may not be playable. DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW and CD-R/RW discs recorded using a personal computer or a DVD or CD Recorder may not play if the disc is damaged or dirty, or if there is dirt or condensation on the Recorders lens. If you record a disc using a personal computer, even if it is recorded in a compatible format, there are cases in which it may not play because of the settings of the application software used to create the disc. (Check with the software publisher for more detailed information.) Regional code of the recorder and DVDs This recorder is designed and manufactured for playback of Region 2 encoded DVD software. The region code on the labels of some DVD discs indicates which type of the recorder can play those discs. This unit can play only DVD discs labeled 2 or ALL. If you try to play any other discs, the message Incorrect region code. Cant play back will appear on the TV screen. Some DVD discs may not have a region code label even though their playback is prohibited by area limits.
Notes on DVDs and Video CDs Some playback operations of DVDs and Video CDs may be intentionally fixed by software manufacturers. As this unit plays DVDs and Video CDs according to disc content designed by the software manufacturer, some playback features of the unit may not be available or other functions may be added. Refer also to the instructions supplied with the DVDs and Video CDs. Some DVDs made for business purposes may not be played on the unit.
Remote Control Operation
Point the Remote Control at the remote sensor and press the buttons.
Remote Control Battery Installation
Remove the battery cover on the rear of the Remote Control, and insert two R03 (size AAA) batteries with and matched correctly. Caution Do not mix old and new batteries. Never mix different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, etc.).
The internal hard disk drive (HDD) is a fragile piece of equipment. Please use the recorder following the guidelines below to protect against possible HDD failure. We recommend that you back up your important recordings onto DVD discs in order to protect against accidental loss. Do not move the recorder while it is on. Install and use the recorder on a stable, level surface. Do not block the rear vent/cooling fan. Do not use the recorder in excessively hot or humid places, or in places that may be subject to sudden changes in temperature. Sudden changes in temperature can cause condensation to form inside the recorder. This can be a cause of HDD failure. While the recorder is switched on, do not unplug from the wall socket or switch the electricity off from the breaker switch. Do not move the recorder immediately after switching it off. If you need to move the recorder, please follow the steps below: 1. After the message POWER OFF is shown in the display, wait at least two minutes. 2. Unplug from the wall socket. 3. Move the recorder. If theres a power failure while the recorder is on there is a chance that some data on the HDD will be lost. The HDD is very delicate. If used improperly or in an unsuitable environment, it is possible that the HDD will fail after a few years of use. Signs of problems include playback unexpectedly freezing and noticeable block noise (mosaic) in the picture. However, sometimes there will be no warning signs of HDD failure. If the HDD fails, no playback of recorded material will be possible. In this case it will be necessary to replace the HDD unit.
About the internal hard disk drive
DVD +R (Double Layer) Double layer recording technology offers two recordable layers on a single DVD disc, providing nearly double the capacity of 4.7GB single layer DVDs. The greatest, most valuable benefit of double layer recording technology is increased capacity. Storage space is nearly doubled with double layer DVD+R media, allowing consumers to burn up to 8.5GB of video on a single DVD+R disc. DVD R / DVD RW DVD -R and DVD +R are two different standards for recordable DVD drives and discs. This format allows information to be recorded onto the DVD disc only once. DVD +RW and DVD -RW are two standards for re-writable media, meaning the DVD content can be erased and re-recorded. Single-sided discs can hold 4.38 Gigabytes and double-sided discs hold twice as much. VCD (Video CD) A VCD holds up to 74 minutes (650 MB disc) or 80 minutes (700 MB disc) of MPEG-1 full-motion video along with quality stereo sound. MPEG MPEG is an international standard for video and audio compression. MPEG-1 is used in encoding video for VCD and provides for multichannel surround sound coding such as PCM, Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG audio. MP3 MP3 is a popular compression format used for digital audio files that yields very high near-CD quality. WMA Windows media audio file. A type of coding / decoding developed by Microsoft Corp. JPEG Joint Pictures Expert Group. JPEG is a compressed file format that allows you to save images with no limit on the number of colors. DivX DivX is the name of a revolutionary new video codec which is based on the new MPEG-4 compression standard for video.You will be able to play DivX movies using this recorder.
PBC: Playback Control (Video CD only) Playback control is available for Video CD (VCD) version 2.0 disc formats. PBC allows you to interact with the system via menus, search functions, or other typical computer-like operations. Moreover, still pictures of high resolution can be played if they are included in the disc. Video CDs not equipped with PBC (Version 1.1) operate in the same way as audio CDs. Title (DVD video discs only) A title is generally a distinct section of a DVD disc. For example the main feature could be title 1, a documentary describing how the film was made could be title 2, and cast interviews could be title 3. Each title is assigned a reference number enabling you to locate it easily. Chapter (DVD video discs only) A chapter is a segment of a title such as a scene in a film or one interview in a series. Each chapter is assigned a chapter number, enabling you to locate the chapter you want. Depending on the disc, chapters may not be recorded. Scene (VCD) On a video CD with PBC (playback control) functions, moving pictures and still pictures are divided into sections called scenes. Each scene is displayed in the menu screen and assigned a scene number, enabling you to locate the scene you want. A scene is composed of one or several tracks. Track A distinct element of audiovisual information, such as the picture or sound track for a specific language (DVD), or a musical piece on a video or audio CD. Each track is assigned a track number, enabling you to locate the track you want. DVD discs allow one track of video (with multiple angles) and several tracks of audio.
2. Press ENTER to select [On] or [Off] Off: Inputs the signals from the EURO AV1 AUDIO/VIDEO jack. Normally select this. On: The encoded video signal input from the EURO AV1 AUDIO/VIDEO jack is output to the EURO AV2 DECODER jack for decoding. The decoded signal is then input back through the EURO AV2 DECODER jack so you can record or view PAY-TV/Canal Plus programmes. In this case, select [AV1] by pressing AV button.
Auto Clock Set
When Channel auto search is completed the actual Time and Date are also set automatically. If the time in the recorder display is not correct, the clock must be set manually.
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. [16:9] Select this when connecting to a wide-screen TV or TV with a wide mode function.
1. Select [Clock set] option then press B. 2. Use v / V to select [Auto] option then press ENTER. Note: There are cases where the TV station does not send, or sends wrong date and/or time information and the recorder sets the incorrect time. If this happens, we recommend that you set the clock manually.
Selects how to display a wide picture on the screen when [4:3] is selected in [TV Aspect]. [Letter Box] Displays a wide picture with bands on the upper and lower portions of the screen. [Pan Scan] Automatically displays a wide picture on the entire screen and cuts off the portions that do not fit.
Manual Clock Set
1. Select [Clock set] option then press B. 2. Use v / V to select [Manual] option then press ENTER.
3. Enter the necessary information for date and time. b / B (left/right): Moves the cursor to the previous or next column. v / V (up/down): Changes the setting at the current cursor position. 4. Press ENTER to confirm your setting, then press SETUP to exit the Setup menu.
Progressive Scan Video provides the highest quality pictures with less flickering. If you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/ PROGRESSIVE SCAN jacks, but are connecting the recorder to a standard (analog) television, set Progressive Scan to [OFF]. If you are using the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT/ PROGRESSIVE SCAN jacks for connection to a TV or monitor that is compatible with a progressive scan signal, set Progressive Scan to [ON].
You can reset the recorder to its original factory settings and initialize the HDD. [Factory Set] If you need to, you can reset the recorder to all its factory settings. Some options cannot be reset. (Rating, Password, and Area Code)
1. Select [Initialize] option then press B.
Note: Progressive Scan will be disable in the setup menu when the VIDEO OUTPUT switch on the rear panel is set to RGB position. Caution Once the setting for Progressive Scan output is entered, an image will only be visible on a Progressive Scan compatible TV or monitor. If you set Progressive Scan to [ON] in error, you must reset the recorder. First, remove the disc in the recorder. Next, press STOP (x) and hold it for five seconds before releasing it. The video output will be restored to the standard setting, and a picture will once again be visible on a conventional analog TV or monitor.
Set Vocal to [ON] only when a multi-channel karaoke DVD is playing. The karaoke channels on the disc will mix into normal stereo sound.
Lock (Parental Control) Settings
Some movies contain scenes that may not be suitable for children to view. Many of these discs contain parental control information that applies to the complete disc or to certain scenes on the disc. Movies and scenes are rated from 1 to 8, depending on the area. DVD video discs may or may not respond to the parental control setting if the Area code of the disc is set wrongly. Some discs offer more suitable scenes as an alternative. Ratings are area dependent. The parental control feature allows you to block access to scenes below the rating you input, thereby preventing your children from being able to view material you believe is unsuitable.
1. Select [Set Password] option then press B. 2. Follow step 2 as shown Rating. To change the password, select the [Change], press ENTER and input the new 4-digit code then press ENTER. Input it again to verify. To delete the password, select [Delete] then press ENTER.
If you forget your 4-digit code
If you forget your password, to clear the current password, follow the procedure below. 1. Press SETUP to display the Setup menu. 2. Use the Number buttons to enter the 6-digit number 210499. 3. Select [Yes] then press ENTER. The 4-digit password is cleared. Enter a new code.
1. Select [Rating] option then press B. 2. To access the Rating, Password and Area Code features, you must input the 4-digit security code you created. If you have not yet entered a security code you are prompted to do so. Input a 4-digit code and press ENTER. Enter it again and press ENTER to verify. If you make a mistake before pressing ENTER, press CLEAR. 3. Select a rating using the v / V buttons.  - : Rating one (1) has the most restrictions and rating eight (8) is the least restrictive. [No Limit]: If you select [No Limit], parental control is not active and the disc plays in full. 4. Press ENTER to confirm your rating selection, then press SETUP to exit the menu. Note: If you set a rating for the recorder, all disc scenes with the same rating or lower are played. Higher rated scenes are not played unless an alternate scene is available on the disc. The alternative must have the same rating or a lower one. If no suitable alternative is found, playback stops. You must enter the 4-digit password or change the rating level in order to play the disc.
Enter the code of an area whose standards were used to rate the DVD video disc, referring to the list (See Area Codes, page 57.).
1. Select [Area Code] option then press B. 2. Follow step 2 as shown Rating. 3. Select the first character using the v / V buttons. 4. Shift the cursor using B buttons and select the second character using v / V buttons. 5. Press ENTER to confirm your area code selection, then press SETUP to exit the menu.
DivX Registration Code
Record Mode Set
You can set the picture quality for recording; HQ (High Quality), SQ (Standard Quality), LQ (Low Quality), EQ (Extend Quality).
We provide you the DivX VOD (Video On Demand) registration code that allows you to rent and purchase videos using the DivX VOD service. For more information, visit www.divx.com/vod. 1. Select [DivX Reg. Code] option then press B. 2. Press ENTER while [View] is selected and the registration code will appear.
1. Select [Rec Mode Set] option then press B. 2. Use v / V to select a desired Record Mode (HQ, SQ, LQ or EQ). 3. Press ENTER to confirm your selection, then press SETUP to exit the menu.
3. Use the registration code to purchase or rent the videos from Divx VOD service at www.divx.com/vod. Follow the instructions and download the video onto a disc for playback on this unit. Note: All the downloaded videos from DivX VOD can only be played back on this unit.
When DVD recording, you can set the recording aspect ratio to suit the material youre recording (16:9 or 4:3).
DV Recording Audio
You need to set this if you have a camcorder using 32kHz/12-bit sound connected to the front panel DV IN jack. Some digital camcorders have two stereo tracks for audio. One is recorded at the time of shooting; the other is for overdubbing after shooting. On the Audio 1 setting, the sound that was recorded while shooting is used. On the Audio 2 setting, the overdubbed sound is used.
If you load a completely blank disc, the recorder will initialize the disc. DVD-R: The recorder initialize the disc to Video mode. The recording mode will always be Video mode. DVD-RW: The recorder initialize the disc to VR mode. DVD+R (DL): The Initialize menu will appears. Select Yes then press ENTER. DVD+RW: The recorder initialize the disc to DVD+RW mode. Also, you can reformat the DVD-RW/DVD+RW from the Setup menu as below.
TV Recording Audio
When TV recording with bilingual, you can choose audio channel to record. [Main+Sub] Main language and Sub language [Main] Main language only [Sub] Sub language only 1. Select [Disc Format] option then press B. 2. Press ENTER while [Start] is selected. Format Disc menu appears.
3. Use b / B to select a desired mode (VR Mode or Video Mode) then press ENTER. Confirm message will appear. For DVD+RWs, go to step 4.
On and off Press PIP to switch on the sub picture, press this button again to switch it off. Input mode selection for sub picture Press AV to select the input mode for the sub picture. Each time this button is pressed, each input mode for the sub picture is displayed as shown below. Tuner AV1 AV2 AV3 AV4 Program selection for sub picture Use v / V to change the program when sub pictures input is set to tuner. The selected program number is displayed on the TV screen. You can view the selected program by pressing STOP (x). Sub picture position change Press b / B repeatedly until desired position is achieved. The sub picture moves clockwise or counterclockwise. Zoom Sub picture Press ZOOM repeatedly to enlarge the sub picture, the magnification level increases up to three steps.
This function enables you to view the stored stations in sub picture during playback.
Playing a DivX Movie File
The recorder can play Divx files on HDD, CD-R/RW or DVDR/RW discs. Before playing DivX files, read About DivX movie files on page 31. 1. Press HOME. 2. Select a media that contains DivX file(s) then press ENTER. 3. Select [MOVIE] option then press ENTER. The Movie menu appears on the TV screen.
2. Press SETUP. The Setup menu appears. Press SETUP b [LANGUAGE] b [Disc Subtitle] then select the language you have found. Refer to Disc Menu/Audio/Subtitle on page 20. Tip: If the subtitle still does not display properly after the steps 1-2 proceeded, press and hold SUBTITLE about 3 seconds then press b / B to select another language code during playback until the subtitle is displayed properly.
Movie menu options
1. Press v / V to select a folder/file on the Movie menu then press ENTER. Movie menu options appear.
4. Press v / V to select a folder, and press ENTER. A list of files in the folder appears. If you are in a file list and want to return to the Folder list, use the v / V buttons on the remote to highlight and press ENTER. 5. If you want to view a particular file, press v / V to highlight a file and press PLAY. You can use variable playback functions. Refer to pages 26-29. 6. Press STOP to stop the playback. The Movie menu appears. 2. Press v / V / b / B to select an option, and press ENTER. [Play] Start playback the selected title. [Open] Opens the folder and a list of files in the folder appears [Delete] Deletes the file(s) or folder(s) from the media. (HDD only) [Rename] Edits the file name. (HDD only) (page 37) [Move] Moves the file(s) to another folder or media. (HDD only) (page 38) [Copy] Copies the file(s) to another folder or media. (page 38)
1. Press RANDOM during playback or in stop mode. The unit automatically begins Random Playback and RANDOM appears on the menu screen. 2. To return to normal playback, press RANDOM repeatedly until RANDOM disappears from the menu screen. Tip: By pressing SKIP > during Random playback, the unit selects another track and resumes Random playback.
About MP3/WMA audio files
MP3 / WMA file compatibility with this recorder is limited as follows: Sampling frequency: within 8 - 48 kHz (MP3), within 32 - 48kHz (WMA) Bit rate: within 8 - 320kbps (MP3), 32 - 192kbps (WMA) The recorder cannot read an MP3/WMA file that has a file extension other than.mp3 /.wma. CD-R physical format should be ISO 9660 and JOLIET. DVDR/RW physical format should be ISO 9660 (UDF Bridge format). If you record MP3 / WMA files using software that cannot create a file system (eg. Direct-CD) it is impossible to playback MP3 / WMA files. We recommend that you use Easy-CD Creator, which creates an ISO 9660 file system. File names should have a maximum of 8 letters and must incorporate an.mp3 or.wma extension. They should not contain special letters such as / ? * : < > l etc. The total number of files and folders on the disc should be less than 1999. This recorder requires discs and recordings to meet certain technical standards in order to achieve optimal playback quality. Pre-recorded DVDs are automatically set to these standards. There are many different types of recordable disc formats (including CD-R containing MP3 or WMA files) and these require certain preexisting conditions (see above) to ensure compatible playback. Customers should note that permission is required in order to download MP3 / WMA files and music from the Internet. Our company has no right to grant such permission. Permission should always be sought from the copyright owner.
This unit can produce a 3D Surround effect, which simulates multi-channel audio playback from two conventional stereo speakers, instead of the five or more speakers normally required to listen to multichannel audio from a home theater system. 1. Press 3D SURR. during playback to select [3D SUR]. 2. To turn off the 3D Surround effect, press 3D SURR. until 3D SUR disappears from the menu screen.
Press AUDIO repeatedly to hear a different audio channel (stereo, left or right).
Search (Audio CD only)
1. Press SCAN (m or M) during playback. The recorder will now go into SEARCH mode. 2. Press SCAN (m or M) repeatedly to select the required speed (3 steps). 3. To exit SEARCH mode, press N (PLAY).
Program Playback with Audio CD and MP3/WMA file
Program Playback enables you to make custom playlists of Audio CD or MP3/WMA tracks. Programs can contain up to 99 Audio CD tracks or 256 MP3/WMA files. 1. Use v / V to select a track/file (or folder) on the Audio CD or Music menu. You can select all files and folders on the Music menu by pressing CLEAR button. To cancel the selections, press CLEAR again.
Program List menu options
1. Press v / V to select a track/file on the Program List then press ENTER. The menu options appear.
Selecting multiple files/tracks (folders)
1. Press MARKER. A check mark appears on the file/track or folder. Press MARKER again to cancel the marked file/track or folder. 2. Repeat step 1 to mark additional file/track (folders). 2. Press ENTER. The options appear on the left side of the menu. 3. Use v / V to select the [Program Add] option then press ENTER. 4. Repeat steps 1-3 to mark additional tracks. Note: If you select a folder for Programmed Playback, all tracks/files in the folder are added to the Program List. 2. Use v / V to select an option then press ENTER to confirm your selection. [Play] Playback begins in the order in which you programmed the tracks from the selected track. [Delete] Deletes the track(s) from the Program List menu. [Move] Moves the track(s) to change the program order. [Save] Memorizes the program list. (HDD only)
Repeat Programmed Tracks
Press REPEAT to select the desired Repeat mode. [TRACK] Repeats the current track. [ALL] Repeats all tracks on the Program List. [OFF] Cancels Repeat mode (no display).
Erasing a Track from the Program List
1. Select the track you wish to erase from the Program List. Use MARKER button to select multiple tracks. 2. Press ENTER. The menu options appears 3. Select [Delete] option then press ENTER. 5. Use B to move to the Program list. The programmed track you selected last is highlighted on the program list. 6. Use v / V to select the track you want to start playing. 7. Press N (PLAY) to start. Playback stops after playing the last programmed track in the program list. 8. To exit Program Playback and resume normal playback, select a track on the List and press N (PLAY). Tip: You can access or remove the Program List screen by pressing MENU/LIST.
Deleting an Original or Playlist Title/Chapter
When you erase a title or chapter from the Playlist menu, you only remove it from the Playlist; the title/chapter remains in the Original menu. If you choose to delete a title or chapter from the Original (title/chapter) menu, the title or chapter is actually deleted from the disc and the remaining time available for recording increases. Titles/chapters deleted from the Original are also removed from the Playlist. Note: It may not be possible to delete chapters that are less than 5 seconds long. 1. Use b / B / v / V to choose a chapter or title you want to delete on the Title List or Chapter List menu then press ENTER. The menu options appears on the left side of the screen. 2. Select [Delete] option from the options on the menu. Example: Title List (HDD)
Deleting a Part
You can delete a part which you do not want in the title. 1. Use b / B / v / V to choose a title you want to delete on the Title List menu then press ENTER. The options appears on the left side of the menu. 2. Select [Delete Part] option then press ENTER. Title Edit (Delete Part) menu appears on the TV screen. [Start Point] icon is highlighted. Example: Title Edit (Delete Part) (HDD)
3. Starts playback and use pause step, search and slow-motion to find the starting point. 4. Press ENTER at the starting point of the section you want to delete. End Point icon is highlighted. The part is indicated on the Progress Bar. 5. Use pause step, search and slow-motion to find the ending point. 6. Press ENTER at the ending point of the section you want to delete. You can cancel the selected point, use v / V to select [Cancel] icon then press ENTER.
3. Press ENTER to confirm. The confirm message for deleting will appear. 4. Use b / B to select [Yes] then press ENTER. The selected chapter or title is deleted. After pressing ENTER, the new, updated menu is displayed. 5. Repeat steps 1 - 4 to continue to delete from the menu. 6. Press RETURN (O) repeatedly to exit the menu. Notes: When DVD+RW recording, the deleted titles name is changed to Deleted Title. If more than two titles are repeatedly deleted, the titles are combined into one. When you are deleting a title or chapter, only the last one on DVD+RW increases remaining recording time.
Tip: With HDD recordings, you can delete additional part. Select [Next Part] icon on the menu then press ENTER, then repeat steps 3-6. 7. If you finish to edit, select [Done] icon then press ENTER. The confirm message for deleting will appear. Use b / B to select [Yes] then press ENTER. The selected part is deleted from the title and Title List menu appears. Note: It may not be possible to delete parts that are less than 3 seconds long.
Naming a Title
You can name Original and Playlist titles independently. Names can be up to 32 characters long. 1. Choose the title you want to name on the Title List menu, then press ENTER. The menu options appears on the left side of the menu. 2. Use v/V to select [Rename (Title Name)] option then press ENTER. Keyboard menu appears.
This function allows you to access show listings organized by Date, Title, or Category on the Title ListHDD menu. So you can find title you want to watch easily. 1. Choose any title on the Title List-HDD menu, then press ENTER. The menu options appears on the left side of the menu. 2. Use v/V to select [Sort] option then press ENTER. Sort options appears.
3. Enter a name for the title. Use b / B / v / V to select a character then press ENTER to confirm your selection. Use MENU/LIST button to change keyboard type. OK: Select to finish. Cancel: Cancels all entered characters. Space: Inserts a space at the cursor position. Delete: Deletes the previous character at the cursor position. b / B: Moves cursor to left or right. Tip: Remote control buttons for entering a name N (PLAY): Inserts a space at the cursor position. X (PAUSE/STEP): Deletes the after character at the cursor position. x (STOP), CLEAR: Deletes the previous character at the cursor position. / >: Moves cursor to left or right. Numbers (0-9): Enters the corresponding character at the cursor position. Tip: You can add the genre only for HDD title name. 4. Choose OK then press ENTER to fix the name and return to the previous menu screen. 5. Press RETURN (O) repeatedly to exit the menu. Notes: Names can be up to 32 characters long. For discs formatted on a different recorder, you will see only a limited character set. When recording on DVD-R, DVD+R or DVD+RW discs, the entered name is displayed on the DVD player only after finalization.
Restrictions on copying
Some video material is copy-once protected. This means that it can be recorded to HDD, but it cannot then be freely copied again. If you want to transfer copy-once protected material from HDD to DVD, youll need to use a VR mode DVD-RW disc compatible with CPRM Ver. 1.1, and the following restrictions apply: After copying a copy-once protected title to DVD it is automatically erased from the HDD. It is not therefore possible to copy a locked title that is copy-once protected. You can identify copy-once protected material during playback by displaying disc information on-screen. A media in NTSC format cannot be copied.
Copying between DVD and HDD is a completely digital process and therefore involves no loss of quality in the audio or video. This means that you can transfer back and forth without having to worry about the quality getting worse with each copy generation. It also means that copying can be carried out at the maximum speed possible. When copying from HDD to DVD, the speed of copying depends on the recording mode and the kind of DVD disc youre using.
What is CPRM?
CPRM is a copy protection system (with scramble system) only allowing the recording of copy once broadcast programs. CPRM stands for Content Protection for Recordable Media. This Recorder is CPRM compatible, which means that you can record copy-once broadcast programs, but you cannot then make a copy of those recordings. CPRM recordings can only be made on DVD-RW discs formatted in VR mode, and CPRM recordings can only be played on players that are specifically compatible with CPRM.
Dubbing from HDD to DVD
1. On the Title List-HDD menu, select a title you want to dub then press ENTER. The menu options appears on the left side of the screen.
Dubbing from DVD to HDD
1. On the Title List menu, select a title you want to dub then press ENTER. Menu options appears on the left side of the screen.
2. Use v / V to select [Dubbing] option then press ENTER. Dubbing menu appears.
3. Use b / B to select record mode (HQ, SQ, LQ, EQ, or Fast), then press V. Start icon is highlighted. Fast: See page 53 for more information on Fast copying. 4. When [Start] icon is highlighted, press ENTER. Dubbing starts. 5. To stop dubbing at any other time, press STOP (x). Notes: The recording time of [Fast] mode could be varied depending on data size of source. Approximated Time (Example: 4x DVD disc): 1 hour contents of LQ: 5-6 minutes 1 hour contents of HQ: 12-15 minutes Stopping dubbing in [Fast] mode partway through will cancel the recording and any data recorded up to that point will be lost. If the remaining space on the disc is insufficient, the [Fast] mode is not available. The [Fast] mode is not available for edited HDD title.
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