Medion DVD Recorder Md 80032 Manual
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SAFETY INFORMATION. 4 GENERAL. 6 PREPARATION. 8 AVAILABLE CONNECTIONS. 9 PRIMARY SETTINGS. 14
OSD language select. Country setup. Scan the antenna signal input source. Time and date setting:. Complete primary settings. 15
KEY FUNCTIONS. 16
Sound functions. 22 Navigating MP3 CDs and Audio CDs. 22 Navigating JPEG and PICTURE CDs. 23
SETTINGS AVAILABLE IN THE SETUP MENU. 25
Entering the Setup Menu. System menu. Video menu. Audio menu. Security menu. Record menu. Disc menu. Compatible Discs. Disc Types. Initialize a New Disc. Scheduled Disc Recording. Stop an In-Process Scheduled Recording. Recording Quality. Correct a Scheduled Recording. Cancel a Scheduled Recording. Troubleshooting Scheduled Recordings. Manual Disc Recording. Pause recording. Chapters. Recording from External Devices. Recording from a DV Camcorder. Editing Discs. 34 34
PREPARING DISCS FOR RECORDING. 29
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. 36 COUNTRY CODE. 37 TROUBLESHOOTING. 43 TECHNICAL DATA. 45
About this manual
Please read these instructions carefully before use. Take note of any warnings on the appliance and in the manual. Always keep the operating manual close to hand. If you sell or give the device away, make sure you also hand over this manual.
Electrical equipment does not belong in the hands of children.
Never allow children to use electrical devices unattended. Batteries and accumulators can endanger life if swallowed. The appliance and the batteries should, therefore, be kept out of the reach of children. If a battery is swallowed, seek immediate medical help. You should also keep the plastic packaging out of the reach of children - danger of suffocation.
Position the appliance safely.
Place the appliance on a solid, flat surface. The appliance is not designed for operation in high humidity (e.g. in bathrooms). Ensure that the the ventilation slits are not covered and that ventilation is unimpeded, the appliance is not affected by any direct source of heat (e.g. room heaters), the appliance is not standing in direct sunlight, the appliance does not come into contact with humidity, water or splashes (do not, for example, stand vases on the appliance), the appliance is not adjacent to sources of magnetic fields, such as television receivers or loudspeakers, the appliance is not near naked flames, such as burning candles. If the appliance is moved from a cold place to a warm room, condensation may form inside the appliance. Wait for a few hours before turning it on. Do not subject the appliance to vibrations. Vibration can damage the sensitive electronics.
Leave the mains connection accessible.
Only connect the appliance to a readily accessible socket (AC 100~240 V, 50/60 Hz) that is with a short distance of the point of installation. In the event that the appliance must be disconnected quickly, the socket must be readily accessible. To avoid tripping people up, do not use an extension cable.
Never attempt to repair the appliance yourself.
If the plug, supply cable or the appliance is damaged or water or foreign objects get inside the appliance, pull the plug immediately. Never switch on if the plug, supply cable or the appliance is damaged. No objects may get inside the appliance, e.g. through the ventilation slots. These could cause short-circuits or damage components. To unplug, pull on the plug itself and never on the cable. Never try to open and/or repair the appliance yourself. There is a danger of electric shock. In the event of a fault, contact our service centre or another qualified workshop.
Unpack the appliance
Remove all packing material, including the protective foils on the front of the appliance. ATTENTION! Do not allow small children to play with plastic foil danger of suffocation.
Check items delivered
When unpacking, ensure that the following parts were supplied: DVD recorder SCART cable AV cable Component cable Antenna cable Power cord Remote control 2 mignon batteries (1,5 V; size AAA) Empty DVD+RW User instructions Guarantee card
Insert batteries in the remote control.
Two mignon 1.5 V batteries (AAA-size) are supplied for the remote control. Remove the battery compartment cover from the back of the remote control by sliding it in the direction of the arrow. Insert the batteries with their negative ends against the springs. Replace the battery cover. ATTENTION! Do not attempt to charge the batteries supplied, dismantle them, throw them in the fire or short-circuit them. Batteries can endanger life if swallowed. Keep batteries and the remote control beyond the reach of small children. If a battery is swallowed, seek immediate medical help.
The DVD recorder can be interconnected with a number of other input and output devices: with a television set, with an amplifier/receiver, with a video recorder, with other audio-visual equipment. Before making connections, ensure that all equipment is switched off. Do not connect the appliance to the mains until all interconnections have been made.
Connecting the DVD recorder
For ease of installation, most of the connecting cables are fitted with coloured connectors. Simply mate plugs and sockets of the same colour when interconnecting two appliances. The connection examples show a number of ways in which the recorder can be interconnected with other equipment. To simply connect the DVD recorder to a television receiver, all that is required is an audio and a video connection. If the cable from your TV antenna or cables system is connected to the DVD recorder with a further antenna cable from recorder to TV set, you can watch TV programmes even when the DVD recorder is in standby mode. Avoid connecting the DVD recorder indirectly, via a video recorder. This can significantly affect picture quality.
Connecting to the TV set with an AV or SCART cable
You can connect the DVD recorder to the TV set using either a AV cable or a SCART cable. The drawing shows two options: - TV connection with S-VHS cable, - TV connection with component cable.
In either case, the antenna cable from the wall socket to the TV set must be disconnected from the TV set and connected to the ANTENNA IN socket of the DVD recorder. Connect the antenna outlet of the DVD recorder to the antenna input of the TV set, using the antenna cable supplied. 1st option: connect one end of the AV cable to the Audio / Video output sokkets of the DVD recorder and the other end to the AV input sockets of your TV set. 2nd option: connect one end of the SCART cable to the SCART output socket of the DVD recorder and the other end to the SCART input socket of your TV set.
Connecting to the TV set using an S-VHS cable or with the additional component cable
The drawing shows two options: - TV connection with S-VHS cable, - TV connection with component cable.
If your TV set does not have a SCART connector, you can connect it to the DVD player (S-VIDEO socket) using an S-VHS cable. If the TV set also has a connection for progressive scan signals (usually marked Y/CB/CR), use the component cable supplied to link this with the corresponding output sockets of the DVD recorder. Note: For both options the DVD recorder has to be connected via a cinch-audio cable to the TV set!
Connecting to a surround amplifier/receiver
If you wish to use the multi-channel surround sound format, you can choose between three DVD recorder outputs: the optical digital output, the coaxial digital output Connect the selected cable to the corresponding inputs of your AV amplifier.
The optical and coaxial digital cables are not included.
Connecting to another appliance
You can also use your DVD recorder to record signals from another appliance, such as a SAT receiver, a video camera, a video recorder or a DVD player. Connect the external appliances to the inputs of your DVD recorder. An external appliance can be connected either with a SCART cable or with an AV cable.
Use the AV connecting cable to connect the outputs of the external appliance to the inputs of the DVD recorder, as shown in the drawing.
Connecting a video camera
Connect the AV cable from the AV output sockets of your camera to the AV input sockets of your DVD recorder, as shown above.
Once you have connected your DVD recorder correctly and plugged in the power, switch on your TV set. Select the appropriate video source and then switch on your DVD recorder by pressing the STANDBY/ON button on the remote control or on the front panel. All functions of this DVD video recorder can be set easily by using direction keys. Please move the Cursor Bar (Highlighted color bar) to the desired item and then press ENTER to confirm.
OSD language select
When the DVD recorder is turned on for the first time, the TV screen shows the following message: Press the direction keys to choose the menu language, then press ENTER to confirm.
As this appliance is distributed in the UK, the country code is set to United Kingdom as default. Confirm this setting by pressing ENTER. Note: You can change the country code later via the Setup menu, for case you want to change the parental settings for another country.
Scan the antenna signal input source
The DVD recorder auto-searches the antenna input to find channels. When finished, the progress bar is complete. Press ENTER to confirm.
Time and date setting:
A: Auto setting: this DVD recorder will automatically set to correct time, based on channel signal. B: Manual setting: The first row indicates date, and second row indicate month, and third row indicate year (D/M/Y). Use direction keys to move the cursor and press direction keys or number keys to input the correct numbers. Next, move the cursor to "Completed" to finalize the setting. See Figure.
Complete primary settings
After the time setting is completed, the first channel is displayed on the screen. If you have put a CD/DVD into the Disc slot, it will start playing.
Controls on the recorder or on the remote control
Buttons on the front panel and keys on the remote control - see fold-out. You can use the front panel buttons to control the main functions of your DVD recorder. They can be used to play discs, start a recording, interrupt it and stop it, skip backwards and forwards and select programmes. In addition to these basic functions, the remote control has further controls, giving access to the full functionality of your DVD recorder. In particular, it is only by means of the remote control that you can navigate the on-screen menus.
This allows you to set the subtitle language for playback. The languages available depend on the disc. Not all discs have multiple subtitle languages. You may need to use the disc menu to change subtitle languages - this depends on the design of the disc.
This allows you to select the camera angle. Angles available depend on the disc. Not all discs have multiple angles.
Use the RETURN key in VCD mode to go back to the previous window.
Add/delete channel - PROGRAM
Press the PROGRAM button to call up the Add/delete channel menu (see "Add/Del Channel", p. 26). Move the cursor to a desired channel; press the ENTER key once to add the channel and again to delete the channel.
Setting "bookmarks" - BOOKMARK
This unit supports 8 separate stored bookmarks for the disc currently in the DVD recorder. When you remove the disc from the recorder, the bookmarks are lost.
While playing a disc, press BOOKMARK at the point you wish to bookmark. The Bookmark menu shows on screen as follows: The eight lines indicate the eight slots that the unit has for memory. A number indicates that a bookmark is stored in that slot. If there is nothing above the line, then there is nothing stored in that slot. Use the button to move to an empty slot. Press ENTER to memorize the present point as a bookmark. A number will appear in the bookmark space, indicating that you have successfully stored the bookmark. Press BOOKMARK again to exit the bookmark menu.
Jump to Bookmark
Press BOOKMARK to enter the bookmark menu. Use the buttons to select a bookmark. Press ENTER to start playback from that bookmark point.
Press BOOKMARK to enter the bookmark menu. Use the buttons to select a bookmark. Press CLEAR to erase the selected bookmark from memory.
NTSC/PAL and Progressive Scan
The NTSC/PAL button cycles between normal NTSC, NTSC progressive scan, and PAL viewing modes. NTSC is the normal format for North American TV broadcasts. NTSC Progressive Scan can be used with a component connection to a TV that supports progressive scan to watch DVD movies at a higher resolution. PAL is the color format for Europe and other areas. If you select PAL, North American movies and television programs will appear incorrectly on your screen.
In PBC menus, all selections must be made with the numeric buttons.
When playing VCD 2.0 edition discs, set PBC to off for optimal operation. When PBC is on, press TITLE to enter the PBC menu.
When playing a DVD or VCD, press ZOOM to cycle through the zoom settings: x2 > x4 > x8 > normal.
An inset screen in the upper left corner shows the entire viewable area. While zoomed, use the viewable area. buttons to move the zoomed portion within the
Muting - MUTE
Press MUTE to turn the sound right down. A red line will appear on the screen. Press MUTE again to turn the sound back up again and delete the MUTE symbol. The muting is also cancelled if you press one of the VOLUME keys.
Setting the volume - VOLUME
Using the VOLUME keys, you can set the output volume.
Navigating MP3 CDs and Audio CDs
Place a disc into your recorder and press the PLAY appear. key, a file list menu will
Move cursor to desired MP3 or music file using to play this file immediately.
keys, press PLAY
Edit MP3 / CD play list
Move cursor to desired MP3 or music file using to mark selected file. keys, press ENTER key
After all desired files have been marked, then move cursor to Add icon using and keys, press ENTER key to add selected files to play list. Or simply move cursor to Add All icon and press ENTER key to add all files on disc to play list. Press PLAY key to start playback using this playlist.
Delete play list
Move cursor to Play List icon, and press ENTER key to switch to play list mode. Under play list mode, move cursor to Del All icon and press ENTER key to delete current play list.
Navigating JPEG and PICTURE CDs
JPEG file Play List Editing
Follow these steps while playing a CD-R containing JPG files, Place your CD-R disc in the recorder, press PLAY appear: key, a file list menu will
Move the cursor to select either JPEG (picture symbol) or MUSIC (note symbol) and press ENTER. Move cursor to desired JPG file using this file immediately. keys, press PLAY key to view to ro-
When playing JPG files, use key to rotate picture clockwise, or use tate picture counter-clockwise.
Edit play list
Move cursor to desired JPG file using ected file. keys, press ENTER key to mark sel-
After all desired files have been marked, then move cursor to Add icon using and keys, press ENTER key to add selected files to play list. Or simply move cursor to Add All icon and press ENTER key to add all files on disc to play list.
Move cursor to Slide icon, then press ENTER key to start picture slide show. Move cursor to Speed icon can adjust time delay between each frame by pressing or keys.
Move cursor to Play List icon and press ENTER key to switch to play list mode Under play list mode, move cursor to Del All icon and press ENTER key to delete current play list. Press to go back to the play list menu.
AVAILABLE IN THE
Entering the Setup Menu
Press SETUP on your remote control to enter the setup menu. Note: If you press SETUP during playback, playback will pause. It will resume when you exit the Setup menu.
How to Setup
Press SETUP to enter the setup menu. Use the sub-menu. In the first sub-menu, use the buttons to make a selection. Press to enter into second sub-menu, or press to return to the previous page. In the second sub-menu, use the to confirm your selection. buttons to make a selection and press buttons to make a selection and press to enter into the first
Press SETUP again to exit the setup menu.
There are three items that can be set from the System menu: Guide Language, Set Time and Factory Reset.
Determines the language displayed on the On Screen Display (OSD). The OSD can be displayed in English, Spanish, French or Chinese.
Determines the system time. The correct time can be entered manually or automatically.
Will restore the DVD recorder setting to the original factory setting.
There are four items that can be set from the Video menu: TV Input, Channel Scan, Add/Del Channel and Screen Format.
Select C A T V if you have cable television, otherwise choose TV if the unit is connected to an antenna.
Select S T A R T to start automatically searching for stations.
SETTINGS AVAILABLE IN THE SETUP MENU
Allows you to add/delete specific channels. Move cursor to desired channel; press the ENTER key once to add the channel and again to delete the channel. You can also access this menu by pressing the PROGRAM button.
4:3 Letter Box Select this setting to display a 16:9 format film on a conventional 4:3 television. The picture will be displayed full-width, with black bars on top and bottom. 4:3 Pan Scan Choose this setting to display transmissions in conventional 4:3 format on a 4:3 television. Transmissions in 16:9 format will be displayed full-height (without black bars) but with the sides cut off, however the sidebars of the image will be cropped to fit your screen. 16:9 Wide This is the setting for output on a wide-screen television in 16:9 format.
Use this menu to ensure the audio output format is compatible with connected devices (amplifier/receiver or TV set).
PCM: Recorder can output PCM data and play the same audio format as on CDs. Additionally, 2-channel analog audio will output from the amplifiers audio output jacks. Bitstream: Recorder outputs raw data of Dolby Digital soundtracks
PCM: Recorder can output PCM data and play the same audio format as on CDs. Additionally, 2-channel analog audio will output from the amplifiers audio output jacks. Bitstream: Recorder outputs raw data of DTS soundtracks
This DVD recorder provides selections of 48KHz and 96KHz
Use directional keys to move cursor and press enter key to confirm change. Rating varies according to different country setting.
Use the number keys on the remote control to input your 4 digit password, then press ENTER to confirm.
To change current password, the user will be prompt to enter the original password
To disable a previous password, the user will be prompt to enter the original password. Original password for this machine is 3308.
This is a two-letter code which represents the country you are in. Find a table under Additional Information (see "Country Code", p. 37).
This recorder supports 5 recording modes: HQ (High Quality), SP (Short Play), LP (Long Play), EP (Extended Play), and SLP (Super Long Play). This can also be changed by using the REC QUALITY button on the remote control
When recording a new chapter will be created after a certain time delay. You can select between 5, 10, or 15 minutes or disable this feature by selecting Off. Default setting is 5 minutes.
Please refer to Scheduled Disc Recording section of this manual (see "Scheduled Disc Recording", p. 30).
Select the audio language you want to automatically play when a DVD disc is loaded. Default setting is Original.
Select the subtitle language you want to automatically play when a DVD disc is loaded. Default setting is OFF.
Select menu language when a DVD disc is loaded. Default setting is Original.
When a DVD or VCD disc is loaded it will be played automatically. Default setting is ON.
Use this setting to format a DVD+RW disc. This will erase all contents on the DVD+RW disc.
Finalize DVD (DVD+R only)
Make a DVD+R disc compatible with regular DVD video players. Only a DVD+R disc will require this operation. Please note a finalized disc cannot be recorded with new or revised content.
Recordable Disc Types
This unit can record to DVD+R and DVD+RW discs. Please see Disc Types below.
Playable Disc and Media Types
DVD Video SVCD DVD+RW DVD+R DVD-RW DVD-R CD-R CD-RW Audio CD MP3 JPEG Commercial Hollywood DVD movies. Super VCD. A format for video saved on CD. Usually used in Asia. DVD format that can be burned repeatedly by some recorders. DVD format that can be burned only once. DVD format that can be burned repeatedly by some recorders. DVD format that can be burned only once. Recordable CD format often used for music. Re-recordable CD format, also used for music. Commercial music CD. Format for compressed digital music on CD. Format for compressed digital photographs on CD or DVD.
We cannot guarantee that your recorded discs will play on another DVD player. Please check the manual for the other DVD player to make sure that it can play DVD+R and/or DVD+RW discs. Although your DVD recorder can play DVD-R, music CDs, and MP3s, you can not use it to create these types of discs. You can only use it to record video whether a TV broadcast or a home movie - to DVD+R or DVD+RW.
DVD+RW discs can be erased and copied over again, although this may reduce the quality of your recording. DVD+R discs cannot be copied over, and you cannot add new data to a DVD+R disc once it has been finalized (see "Editing Discs", p. 34). You may not be able to record to a DVD+RW disc that already contains recordings from another DVD recorder or PC. If you are able to add a new recording to a disc from another DVD recorder, your recorder will rewrite the DVD menu. If the disc contains data from a personal computer, this data will be erased by your DVD recorder.
Initialize a New Disc
Your DVD recorder will automatically initialize a new DVD+R or DVD+RW disc the first time it is placed into the recorder. This takes about 1 minute, du-
Under disc title menu, press EDIT key to enter edit menu:
Protect and Unprotect Title
Protect and unprotect selected disc title. Move cursor to Protect Title menu, press ENTER key to proceed to protect title. To unprotect a title, follow the previous step.
Protect and Unprotect disc
Protect and unprotect the entire disc. Move cursor to Protect Disc menu, press ENTER key to proceed protect disc. To unprotect a disc, follow the previous step.
Make Compatible (DVD+R only)
Use this feature to make a DVD+R disc playable on other DVD video players. Note that after this procedure, the DVD+R disc cannot record any new contents. Note: We cant guarantee a DVD+R/RW disc is playable on every DVD player. Check the instruction manual of the DVD player in advance to confirm which kind of disc can be played.
Play Full Title
If there is a hidden chapter in title, this setup can view all the contents.
Edit Title Name
Move cursor to Edit Title Name, press ENTER key, a Virtual keyboard will appear. Move cursor using direction keys and to select desired letter, press ENTER key to input. Title Name contains a maximum 14 letters. After finishing your title, move cursor to Done and press ENTER key to complete. To edit your title move cursor to Clear then press ENTER key to clear input title name. Move cursor to Delete or BS icon then press ENTER key for erasing inputted letter(s). To cancel , move cursor to Cancel, then press ENTER key to abort inputting. Note Delete and BS work in different ways, using delete to erase letter(s) from the beginning, and BS (backspace) to erase letters from the tail.
Erase Title (DVD+RW only)
Move cursor to Erase Title menu, Press ENTER key to confirm, and wait for 15 to 18 seconds for the title to erase. During playback, press EDIT key to enter edit menu:
If Auto Chapter at Record menu has been activated, every 5~15 minutes (depends on setting) will divide into a chapter. But if users wish to divide chapters at specific points in a title, users can use Insert Chapter function here. During title playback, press EDIT on remote control to show edit menu. Choose Insert Chapter and press ENTER key to add one chapter. Repeat above to add more chapters.
The disc does not run although almost at once.
PLAY has been pressed or it stops Check that the disc is not damaged by trying another disc. If the disc is dirty,
The recorder does not respond to the remote control
Distorted picture Badly distorted picture No colour Poor picture
Check whether the disc is dirty; if so, it can be cleaned by wiping with a soft, dry cloth from the middle to the edge. Minor picture interference is not a fault. The television standard recorded on your DVD may not be the same as that of your TV set (NTSC/PAL button). The video output signal is set to a standard that is not supported by your TV set (NTSC/PAL button).
Incorrect picture format (4:3, 16:9) Check that the settings in the menu item, S E T U P > V I D E O > S C R E E N F O R M A T , are correct for your TV set. No sound Is the sound muted (MUTE)?
Check your audio connections. Incorrect audio output setting. The DVD is playing in quick or slow motion. Sound is too quiet Check the audio settings in the SETUP menu: correct sound format selected? Are the loudspeakers correctly set?
FOR DVDs ONLY Wrong language Wrong subtitle language Change the language settings in the SETUP menu (D I S C - S U B T I T L E L A N G U A G E ) by pressing the subtitle button or in the DVD menu (MENU or SUB TITLE key). Check, on the DVD cover or in the DVD menu, whether the desired language is available. SKIP function does not work Cannot change camera position You have forgotten the password. Some DVDs have titles/chapters for which the SKIP function is disabled. Different camera positions are only available on a few DVDs and often only for a few, selected scenes. Use the factory password - 3308.
A recorded DVD cannot be played The DVD+R was not finalised (fixed) after recording. on another player. A recorded chapter is not shown on The DVD was not made compatible - see "Make Compatible (DVD+R only)", another DVD player. p. 34. RECORDING Record does not work No disc in the drawer; disc is write-protected. The disk is not of the correct type (DVD+R or DVD+RW). There are already 49 titles on the disc. Another recording is being made at the scheduled time. The scheduled time is already past. All 8 schedule slots are already filled. There is no signal from the selected source. REMOTE CONTROL Does not work No batteries or the batteries are flat. The remote control is not pointing at the recorder.
Supply voltage: Power consumption: Standby power consumption: Remote control batteries: Colour television system: 100 - 240 V ~ 50/60 Hz 30 W 9W 2 X 1.5V R03 / LR03 TYPE AAA PAL/NTSC
Laser power: Playable disc formats: Recordable disc formats:
Class 1 laser DVD (Digital Versatile Disk), DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW; VCD, SVCD, CD-Audio; CD-R, CD-RW, JPEG-CD, MP3-CD DVD+R; DVD+RW
There is no guarantee that a DVD+R or DVD+RW recorded on your DVD machine can be played on another DVD player. If you have problems, read the manual for the other player and check whether it can play DVD+R and DVD+RW discs.
If you use Audio CDs, check the label. Please note: There are now many CD recording and copy-protection methods, some of which are not standardised. There are also different kinds of CD-R and CD-RW blanks. In individual cases, reading errors or delays can occur. This is not a recorder defect.
Subject to technical changes.
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