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Philips Dvdr80 Quick Start Guide
Philips Dvdr80 Quick Start Guide
User reviews and opinions
|digidude||11:36am on Sunday, August 15th, 2010|
|I looked for quite a while reading various reports and I am glad I chose the DVDR80 over the others I was looking at. A very good machine with excellent features. I would say if you can live with the above two drawbacks then this is the best machine out there.|
|email@example.com||5:33pm on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|Regret purchasing Philips DVDR80. I purchased Philips DVDR80 in October 2003. It worked fine for about 15 months, then stopped functioning properly.|
|bdogg||5:02pm on Tuesday, July 6th, 2010|
|Excellent recordings when it works, which is ... great recordings big way unreliable|
|DBraun||4:59am on Wednesday, June 30th, 2010|
|The Philips DVD-R80 DVD recorder gave me disc error, after disc error, and I was unable to synchronise my Sky system to it.|
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PLAY G N
SLOW Z PAUSE 9
Additional TV functions
This will only work with TVs with the same remote control code (RC5) (e.g. Philips TVs) VOL q VOL r MUTE y TV volume: Increase TV volume TV volume: Reduce TV volume TV sound off: Switch TV sound on/off
For the following functions, you must hold down the side button TV while pressing the other button. STANDBY m 0.9 ACH+ CH- B
Switching the TV off: Number buttons: 0 - 9 TV Channel: To select the next highest TV channel. TV Channel: To select the next lower TV channel.
Front of the Recorder
STANDBY-ON m OPEN/CLOSE J TRAY LED GUIDE
Switch on or off: To switch the DVD Recorder off or on, interrupt a function, or interrupt a programmed recording (TIMER) Open/close disc tray Recording in progress: Red light around the disc tray indicates a recording in progress. GUIDE Plus+ system: To call up/cancel the GUIDE Plus+ system. When the GUIDE Plus+ system is active, a white light around the button is on. Select: Higher/lower channel Cursor up/down in the Guide Plus+ system Select: In the Guide Plus+ system: Cursor left/right Record: Record the current TV channel In the Guide Plus+ system: green function button. Playback: To play a recorded disc. In the Guide Plus+ system: OK button. previous chapter track/reverse search next chapter track/forward search Stop: Pause playback/recording
UP , DOWN LEFT , RIGHT RECORD G N O h
Behind the door at the lower right front corner
S-VIDEO Yellow jack VIDEO White/Red jack left AUDIO right S Video jack : Input for SVHS/Hi8 camcorders or SVHS/Hi8 video recorders (channel number 'CAM1') Video input jack: Input for camcorders or video recorders (channel number 'CAM1') Audio input jack left/right : Input for camcorders or video recorders (Channel number 'CAM1')
Switching between jack S-VIDEO and VIDEO is done automatically. In case both jacks are occupied, the signal at jack S-VIDEO is given priority.
i.Link / DV jack (digital video input, IEEE 1394, Firewire): Input for digital Camcorders or other suitable devices using this connector (channel number 'CAM2').
Back of the Recorder
4MAINS ANTENNA IN TV OUT
Power plug: Connection to the power outlet (110V/60Hz) Antenna input: Connect your antenna or Cable TV signal here Antenna output: Connection to the TV
Input jacks (IN EXT2)
S-VIDEO IN S Video input: Connection for an additional device (channel number 'EXT2'). Switching between jack S-VIDEO IN and Video in is done automatically. Video input (yellow jack): Connection for an additional device (channel number 'EXT2') Analog audio input (red/white jack) underneath jack Video in. Audio for jack Video in : Connection for an additional device (channel number 'EXT2')
RECORDING FREETITLE DISC LOCK
DISC WARN SETUP WAIT 01 BLOCKED SAFE REC POST-FORMAT
Table of contents AIntroduction.
Dear Philips customer,... Region codes.... Technical data.... Accessories.... Important notes regarding operation... Cleaning discs.... Special functions of your new DVD Recorder...
FInformation on the TV screen.
BConnecting the DVD Recorder.
Menu bar icons.... Menu bar 1... Menu bar 2... Field for temporary messages... Status box.... Disc type icons... Disc status icons... Tuner info box... Timer info box...
Preparing the remote control for operation.. Connecting your DVD Recorder to the TV.. Connecting with a Component Video (Y Pb Pr) cable. Connecting with a S-Video (Y/C) cable.. Connecting with Video (CVBS) cable... Connecting only with the antenna cable...
CConnecting additional devices.
General information regarding playback... Inserting a disc... Playing a DVD video disc... Playing a DVD+RW or DVD+R... Playing audio CDs... Playing MP3 CDs.... Playback of a (Super) Video CD...
Connecting an additional video recorder.. Connecting a cable box with Cinch- or S-video cable.. Connecting a Cable Box only with the antenna cable.. Connecting a camcorder to the front jacks.. Connecting audio devices to the analog audio jacks.. Connecting audio devices to the digital audio jacks.
HOther playback functions.
DInstalling your DVD Recorder..
Initial installation... Tuner mode.... Automatic TV channel search... Adding and deleting TV channels manually.. Setting the language.... Switching audio recording (Stereo, SAP).. Setting the time/date automatically.. Manually setting the time & date...
Changing to a different chapter track/title.. Disc search.... Still picture... Slow motion.... Search with time entry.... Repeating/Shuffle.... Repeat a specific segment A-B... Scan function.... Camera angle.... Zoom function... Changing audio language... Subtitles...
Connecting the IR Blaster
The cable box is controlled via the DVD Recorder with the IR Blaster (supplied). This means you can record TV shows that are received only through the cable box. Connection of the G-LINK cable enables the GUIDE Plus+ system to show the correct guide listing.
Connect the IR-Blaster to the G-LINK jack at the back of your DVD Recorder.
Place the IR Blaster in front of the cable box so that the control signal (IR signal) can be transmitted and received by the cable box without interference.
How do I find the right position? If the position of the remote (IR) receiver is indicated on your cable box (IR, remote sensor, or the like), place the IR-Blaster about one (1) inch in front of it. If the position is not indicated, proceed as follows: 1 Switch off the cable box. 2 Point the remote control at the front of the cable box. 3 Move the remote control slowly along the front while repeatedly pressing the on/off button. 4 When the cable box switches on, you've found the receiver. 5 Position the IR Blaster about one (1) inch away
Setting up the cable box
For the cable box to be correctly identified it must be connected as described in the previous section.
Switch the cable box on and select channel number 02 on the cable box. Select your type/brand from the list shown. If you scroll down with CH- B , you will see further brands. If your type/brand is not included in the list, select 'not listed'. Confirm with OK. Read the information on the screen carefully.
Confirm with OK. The DVD Recorder will now attempt to use the G-LINK connection to select channel number 09 on the cable box. Has the cable box been switched to channel 09? If so, select 'Yes'. If not, select 'No'.
a My cable box has not switched to the other channel number Check whether the cable box is connected and switched on. 2 Check the connection and position of the IR Blaster. 3 If the connection is OK, select: 'test this code again' for a new attempt. 4 Confirm with OK on the remote control. 5 For a new code, select 'No'. 6 Confirm with OK on the remote control.
a My cable box is not displaying the channel number b On your TV set, select the channel number of the cable box and check the setting on the screen of the TV.
Finalize set up
Check the settings shown on the screen. If the settings are not correct, repeat the set-up procedure by selecting 'No, repeat setup process'. Otherwise, select 'Yes, end setup process'. Confirm with OK. You will now see a screen with useful information of the GUIDE Plus+ system. Confirm with OK. You will now see a message confirming the completion of the GUIDE Plus+ system set-up process. Confirm with OK. This completes the set-up process for the GUIDE Plus+ system. The informations will be available within the next 24 hours.
Current channel / selected device No Signal TV channel is not available or reception to too weak / Device is not connected or is turned off Copy protected signal
Timer info box
This box is located above the tuner info box. When a recording is programmed (timer), it shows the time symbol and the start time or the date of the first programmed recording. When no timer is programmed, the current time will be displayed. This box is not displayed during disc playback or recording. However, you can access it during an OTR recording by pressing SYSTEM-MENU.
Timer set for day shown or time shown (if set for today). OTR recording will run until displayed stop time Current time No recording (timer) programmed
General information regarding playback
The DVD Recorder can be used with the following systems: ) DVD Video ) Video CD or Super Video CD ) DVD+RW ) DVD+R ) DVD-RW (video mode, finalized) ) DVD-R ) CD-R ) CD-RW ) Audio CD ) MP3-CD You can operate the DVD Recorder using the remote control or the buttons on the front of the DVD Recorder.
a 'PIN' appears on the display. b The child lock was activated for the inserted disc. Read 'Child lock' and 'Authorizing discs' in the 'Child lock' chapter. a I see an 'X' in the menu bar on the screen. b DVDs can be manufactured in such a way that certain operations are required or only specific functions are possible during playback. When the 'X' symbol appears on the screen, the selected function is not available. a I see region code information on the screen. b Because DVD films are usually not released at the same time in all regions of the world, all DVD players are keyed to a specific region code. Discs can be assigned an optional region code. If the region codes of the player and disc do not coincide, playback is not possible. b The region code for a DVD player can be found on a label at the back of the device. b There are no region codes for DVD+Rs.
Inserting a disc
Press the OPEN/CLOSE J button on the front of the Recorder. The disc tray will open. 'OPENING' will appear in the display, then 'TRAY OPEN' when the disc tray has already been opened. Carefully place the disc into the tray with the label facing up, then press PLAY G or OPEN/CLOSE J. 'CLOSING' then 'READING' will appear on the display. This indicates that the disc is being read.
Slow motion via menu bar
During playback, press the PAUSE 9 button and then the SYSTEM-MENU button on the remote control. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. Select ' ' in the second menu bar with C or D and confirm with CH- B. You can now move forwards or backwards at different speeds using D or C. If necessary, turn off the menu line with the SYSTEM-MENU button.
To continue playback, press PLAY G twice.
Search with time entry
Using this function, you can select where playback should start (elapsed time). During playback, press the SYSTEM-MENU button on the remote control. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. Select 'L'in the second menu bar with C or D and confirm with CH- B. The playback is stopped and the screen displays how much play time has already elapsed. Enter the desired start time for the playback using the number buttons 0.9. Confirm with OK.
a The time that I entered is blinking on the screen b The selected title is shorter than the time entered. Enter a new time or cancel the function with SYSTEM-MENU.
Playback will now start at the time you entered.
You can select an entire section or the entire disc for repeat playback. Depending on the disc type (DVD-Video, DVD+RW, Video-CDs), you can select chapters, titles or the entire disc.
Select the desired chapter, title or disc and start playback.
During playback, press PLAY MODE. By pressing PLAY MODE again, you can select from the following options: ) '2': Repeat chapter (DVD only) ) '3': Repeat track/title ) '5': Repeat entire disc (video CD, audio CD only) ) '/': Shuffle ) No display: no repeat To cancel the repeat, press STOP h. You can also keep pressing PLAY MODE until the displays disappear.
Repeat a specific segment A B
You can repeat a specific segment within a title/chapter/track. To do this, you must mark the start and end of the desired segment. During playback, press the PAUSE 9 at the desired starting position. You will see a still picture. Keep pressing PLAY MODE until the '0' symbol appears on the TV screen. This will store the start point. Start playback with PLAY G. At the desired stop point, press the OK button. '1' appears on the TV screen. Playback will now resume repeating the selected segment. To cancel the repeat, press STOP h. You can also keep pressing PLAY MODE until the displays disappear.
Using this function, you can play the first 10 seconds of each chapter (DVD) or track (CD or VCD) on the disc.
During playback, press PLAY MODE repeatedly until '6' appears on the screen. After 10 seconds, the DVD Recorder will switch to the next chapter/track. To resume the playback at the corresponding chapter/track, press STOP h and then PLAY G.
If a disc contains video sequences that were recorded with different camera angles, you can select different angles for playback.
During playback, press PAUSE 9. You will see a still picture.
Press the SYSTEM-MENU button and select 'F' using C.
a The ' ' icon cannot be selected. b The selected scene was only recorded with one camera angle. This function is, therefore, not available. For more information, please read the label of your DVD disc.
Select the desired angle with CH- B or ACH+. You can also directly enter the number with the number buttons 0.9. After a short pause, playback will resume from the new angle. The 'F' icon will remain visible until a section starts that only has one camera angle.
Using this function, you can enlarge the video image and pan through the enlarged image. During playback, press ZOOM. The DVD Recorder switches to 'PAUSE'. You will see a still picture. Use CH- B or ACH+ to select the desired zoom factor.
As soon as 'press OK to pan' appears, the zoom process is complete. Press OK. Use ACH+ , CH- B , C , and D to select an area of the image that you want to look at more closely. Confirm with OK.
To stop zooming, press PLAY G and then SYSTEM-MENU.
Changing audio language
Pre-recorded DVDs often come in different languages. The language used for playback is the one that you selected during the initial installation of the Recorder or the default language of the DVD. However, you can change the audio language of a disc at any time. Please note that the audio language can be changed via the menu ( DISC-MENU button) of the inserted disc as well as with the AUDIO button. The audio languages for DVD playback in the two menus may be different. Some DVD's only allow you to change the language in the DVD menu.
Press AUDIO during playback.
Use CH- B or ACH+ to select the desired audio language. You can also directly enter the number with the number buttons 0.9. Playback will now resume with the new audio language.
Pre-recorded DVDs sometimes come with different subtitle languages. The language used for playback is the one that you selected during the initial installation or the default of the DVD. However, you can change the subtitle language of a disc at any time. Please note that the subtitle language can be changed via the menu ( DISC-MENU button) of the inserted disc as well as with the SUBTITLE button. It is possible for the subtitle languages of the two menus to be different.
Press SUBTITLE during playback. Use CH- B or ACH+ to select the desired subtitle language. You can also directly enter the number with the number buttons 0.9. You can shut the subtitles off with number buttons 0 or by selecting 'off'. Playback will now resume with the new subtitle language.
Disc Manager (DM)
The 'Disc Manager' is an integrated database in the DVD Recorder that remembers all recordings made by this DVD Recorder. This gives you a complete overview of your entire video collection at the touch of a button. Moreover, the Disc Manager gives you quick and easy access to every recording made with this DVD Recorder. The Disc Manager also tells you which film was recorded on which disc and how many unrecorded minutes remain on the discs. And: You can go automatically to the beginning of the selected recording and start playback.
How many discs can I save in the Disc Manager? You can store up to 999 discs on this DVD Recorder. The maximum number of titles is more than 9000. Each disc can have a maximum of 49 titles.
Caution when recording with other DVD Recorders Don't use a disc stored in the Disc Manager for recording on other DVD Recorders. If you use a disc to record on another DVD Recorder, then this disc will no longer be recognized by the Disc Manager. In this case, delete the disc from the Disc Manager's memory and then add it after it has been recorded. Adding 'child proof discs' If you want to add child-proof discs you need to enter the PIN code.
Adding a disc to the Disc Manager
You can only add DVD+RW or DVD+R discs to the Disc Manager since other discs do not hold any information on the titles or lengths of the recordings. These discs have to be at least once recorded in the DVD-Recorder. A table of contents has to be available. DVD+R discs can also be finalized. Other discs cannot be added to the Disc Manager.
Recordings are saved automatically On a disc that has been added to the Disc Manager, you can make new recordings as often as you like using this DVD Recorder. The titles of these recordings will be stored in the Disc Manager automatically.
Recording without automatic switch off
Switch on the TV and, if required, select the channel number for the DVD Recorder (channel 3 or 4 or Audio/Video In channel). Insert a disc to be used for the recording. The system and content of the disc will be checked. 'READING' will appear on the display.
a Index display b A DVD+RW was inserted that already contains recordings. Use ACH+ and CH- B to select a location where the recording should be started. a 'EMPTYDISC' appears in the display. b The inserted DVD is empty. a A dialog box appears asking if the contents should be erased or the disc should be ejected. b The inserted disc is a DVD+RW whose contents are not compatible with DVD Video (e.g. a data disc). This disc cannot be used for recordings until the entire disc is erased using the REC/OTR n button. a 'Title limit' appears on the screen when a recording is attempted. b A disc can only contain a max. of 48 titles (including the empty titles). Erase the titles or change the disc.
If necessary, switch to TV programming by pressing the MONITOR button on the remote. Use ACH+ or CH- B to select the channel you want to record. The following will appear on the display:
Channel number of the external inputs: 'EXT2' SVHS jack (Y/C) S-VIDEO IN Video jack (CVBS) Video in , Audio jack IN L AUDIO R for SVHS-jack and Video jack. Switching between jack S-VIDEO IN and Video in is done automatically. In case both jacks are occupied, the signal at jack S-VIDEO IN is given priority. 'EXT1' 'CAM1' 'CAM1' Component Video jacks on the back IN COMPONENT VIDEO , Audio jacks IN AUDIO LR for Component Video SVHS-/Audio front jacks S-VIDEO / left AUDIO right Video/Audio front jacks A/V VIDEO / left AUDIO right Switching between jack S-VIDEO and VIDEO is done automatically. In case both jacks are occupied, the signal at jack S-VIDEO is given priority. 'CAM2' Digital video (i.Link) front jack DV IN
1 FREETITLE P01
To start recording, press REC/OTR n on the remote control or RECORD on the DVD Recorder. To start the recording after all other recordings on the disc, press and hold the REC/OTR n button until 'SAFE REC' appears in the display. For DVD+Rs, each recording is always started after all previous recordings since previous recordings cannot be overwritten. The display panel will appear similar to the example shown below.
Night mode optimizes the sound dynamics at low volume. This causes less disturbance in quiet environments. This setting only functions with Dolby Digital Audio on DVDs.
You can select the following settings in this menu:
Audio language of DVDs
Playback audio Subtitle Menu English English English Language
Screen menu language
Along with the on screen menu, the OSD (On Screen Display) also displays the current operating status on the TV screen (counter, playback, recording, TV channel,.). You can switch off the information about the operating status so as to avoid recording this information when making recordings. 'On': The OSD information appears with every selected mode for a few seconds, then disappears again. 'Off': The OSD information is switched off. It can no longer be displayed on the screen.
Features Status box Standby Display On Off Bright
To save energy, you can switch off the clock display on the DVD Recorder. Programmed (TIMER) recordings will still take place. Moreover, you can present the most important features of the DVD Recorder in scrolling text in the display (demo). 'Low power': If the DVD Recorder is switched off using STANDBY m , the clock display is not visible. 'Off': If the DVD Recorder is switched off using STANDBY m , the clock display is visible.
'Demo mode': If the DVD Recorder is switched off with the STANDBY m button, a list of the most important features is shown in the display.
You can change the brightness of the display on the DVD Recorder. This setting only affects the DVD Recorder when it is switched on. You can also adjust this setting with the DIM button on the remote control. 'Bright': The display appears with normal brightness. The disc tray light is switched on. 'Dimmed': The display appears less bright. The disc tray light is switched off. 'Off': The display and the disc tray light are switched off.
Remote control settings
In this menu you can set the remote control type to which your DVD Recorder should respond: 'DVD player': Next to your DVD Recorder remote control, the DVD Recorder also responds to a DVD player remote control (remote control code RC-6). Choose this setting if your Philips TV remote supports DVD functions. 'DVD Recorder': The DVD Recorder only responds to the supplied remote control.
Disc feature menu
In this menu you can make changes that relate to the disc:
Please read the next chapter on 'Access control (child lock)'.
Access control Auto resume Enter code On
If playback of a pre-recorded DVD or VCD is interrupted ( STOP h or OPEN/CLOSE J ), playback will be restarted at the exact location when the disc is reinserted. This function does not only apply to the current disc but also to the last 20 discs you played. If desired, this function can be turned off.
This line only appears when a VCD has been inserted. This function is used to activate or deactivate the PBC menu (playback control) of Video CDs. For more information, please see the chapter on 'Playback', 'Playback of a (Super) Video CD'.
This feature allows you to finalize DVD+R discs. If the disc has already been finalized this line will appear darker.
'Adapt disc format'
If a DVD+RW has been recorded in a computer drive or in another DVD Recorder, the index screen may not be displayed correctly. This feature allows you to change the format of the disc. This function is therefore only visible if the disc format is different.
Access control (Child lock)
Child lock (DVD and VCD)
This function can prevent children from viewing discs. When in use, a four-digit code (PIN) must be entered in order to play a disc. In addition, you can set a disc to be played 'always' or 'once' despite the child lock. )'Play always': This disc has been placed in a list that fits 50 such 'child safe discs'. When more than 50 discs have been added to the list, the oldest disc is removed to make room for the new one. 'Child safe' will appear on the screen at the start of playback. )'Play once': This disc can be played only once. The PIN must be reentered the next time you try to play the disc.
Activating/Deactivating the child lock
Switch on the TV. If required, select the channel number for the DVD Recorder (channel 3 or 4 or the Audio/Video In channel). Turn on the DVD Recorder by pressing STANDBY-ON m.
Press SYSTEM-MENU. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. Select 'A' using D or C. Select line 's(Disc features)' using CH- B or ACH+ and confirm with C. 'Access control' will be selected. Press C.
the correct channel number on the TV (channel 3 or 4).
bThe cable connecting the TV and the DVD Recorder may be loose. Check the cable.
I cannot playback (Super) Video CDs
bIt is possible that this (Super) Video CD contains a menu and the 'PBC' is switched off. You
can see this in status field 'PBC OFF'. To activate this function, proceed as follows: 1 Press SYSTEM-MENU while the (Super) Video-CD is inserted. 2 Select 'A' using D or C. 3 Select line 's(Disc features)' using CH- B or ACH+ and confirm with C. 4 Select 'On' in line 'PBC' using CH- B or ACH+. 5 Confirm with OK and end with SYSTEM-MENU.
bYour TV is not properly adjusted. bThe disc is dirty: Clean the disc. bSometimes the picture may be temporarily distorted. This is not a defect of your DVD
Poor playback on DVD Recorder (distorted picture/distorted sound) No recording possible.
bThe TV channel you want to record is not stored or you selected the wrong program
number: Check TV channels stored.
bDisc is write-protected (cannot be recorded on): Remove write-protection or change the disc.
For more information, please see 'Preventing accidental erasing of discs' on the 'Manual Recording'. bA finalized DVD+R has been inserted. Change disc.
Programmed recording does not work:
bYou have set the wrong time or date: Check time/date. bYou have not set the TIMER properly: Check the programmed recordings (TIMER block). bA locked disc was inserted: Remove disc lock. bA finalized DVD+R has been inserted. Change disc. bCabelbox (if available) switched off: Switch it on bIR-Blaster not connected: Connect the IR-Blaster andset up the GUIDE Plus+ system with
the cable box. (Chapter 'The GUIDE Plus+ system, section 'Setting up the GUIDE Plus+ system').
Missing or wrong TV channels 'DEMO' appears if I press the GUIDE/TV button.
bWrong cable connection selected bWrong channel line up selected. bThe Demo Pin from the G-LINK jack on the backside of the DVD Recorder was not
Otros errores del disco
bSi no consigue volver a reproducir un disco, puede intentar repararlo para realizar nuevas
grabaciones con la siguiente funcin. De este modo el disco se prepara nicamente para el borrado. Slo una vez realizada la grabacin, el disco se borra realmente. 1 Limpie el disco 2 Abra la bandeja del disco con la tecla OPEN/CLOSE J. Introduzca el disco, pero mantenga abierta la bandeja. 3 Mantenga pulsada la tecla CLEAR del mando a distancia hasta que se cierre la bandeja. El disco se prepara para el borrado. 4 Inicie la grabacin como si se tratara de un disco vaco.
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You must have proof of purchase to receive warranty service. A sales receipt or other document showing that you purchased the product is considered proof of purchase.
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WHAT IS COVERED?
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product. For one year thereafter, all parts will be repaired or replaced, and labor is free. After one year from the day of purchase, you pay for the replacement or repair of all parts, and for all labor charges. All parts, including repaired and replaced parts, are covered only for the original warranty period. When the warranty on the product expires, the warranty on all replaced and repaired parts also expires.
BEFORE REQUESTING SERVICE.
Please check your owner's manual before requesting service. Adjustments of the controls discussed there may save you a service call.
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Take the product to a Philips factory service center (see enclosed list) or authorized service center for repair. When the product has been repaired, you must pick up the unit at the center. Centers may keep defective parts. (In the U.S.A., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands, all implied warranties, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the duration of this express warranty. Because some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty may last, this limitation may not apply to you.)
WHAT IS EXCLUDED?
Your warranty does not cover: labor charges for installation or setup of the product, adjustment of customer controls on the product, and installation or repair of antenna systems outside of the product. product repair and/or part replacement because of misuse, accident, unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of Philips. reception problems caused by signal conditions or cable or antenna systems outside the unit. a product that requires modification or adaptation to enable it to operate in any country other than the country for which it was designed, manufactured, approved and/or authorized, or repair of products damaged by these modifications. incidental or consequential damages resulting from the product. (Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copyrighted or not copyrighted.) a product that is used for commercial or institutional purposes (including but not limited to rental purposes).
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DVD Recorder Controls
Remote Control.24-25 Front Panel.26 Rear Panel.27 Menu Bars.28 On-screen Symbols, Status Box.29 Information Boxes.30 Index Picture Screen.31
Clock.32 Channel Programming.33
One-Touch Recording. Title Settings Menu. Append Recording, Record One Channel/Watch Another Record Settings, Chapter Markers.184.108.40.206
Editing: Disc Information Screen.38 Editing.39 Finalize Disc.40 Disc Manager.41-42
Advanced Disc Play and Features
GUIDE Plus+ System.43-47 Audio Language, Subtitles.48 Zoom, Camera Angle.49 Sound, Still Picture.50 Slow Motion, Searching.51 Time Search, Scan.52 Repeat, Repeat A-B.53
Additional Features and Setup Options
Access Control.54-56 DVD Recorder Features Menu.57 Picture Settings.58 Analog Output, Digital Output.59 Language Settings.60 Night Mode, Remote Control Used.61 Auto Resume, Playback Control.62
Information You May Need
Glossary.63 Helpful Hints.64-65 Diagnostic Test, Specifications.66 Limited Warranty.67 Information Index.68
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic, and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 1992-1999 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved. DTS and DTS DIGITAL SURROUND are registered trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. GUIDE Plus+, G-LINK,VCR Plus+ and PlusCode are registered trademarks of Gemstar Development Corporation.The GUIDE Plus+ and VCR Plus+ systems were manufactured under license from Gemstar Development Corporation and VCR Index systems B.V. US patent Nr.: 5,940,073; 6,154,203; 6,239,794; 6,331,877; 4,908,713; 4,751,578; and 4,706,121. Copyright 2003 Philips Consumer Electronics.
4 Safety Information
Warning: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Warning: Any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment void the users authority to operate it.
This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to service this device, due to possible eye injury. CAUTION: Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.The set complies with the FCC-Rules, Part 15 and with 21 CFR 1040.10. CAUTION:Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlock defeated. Do not stare into the beam.The beam is located inside, near the deck mechanism.
Example of Antenna Grounding per National Electrical Code
ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21)
ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING ELECTRODE SYSTEM (NEC ART 250, PART H)
Your Philips DVD Recorder both records DVD+RWs/DVD+Rs and plays prerecorded DVDs.You can record TV programs, edit camcorder recordings, and quickly access your recordings in the Index Picture Screen. Youll soon appreciate the digital picture and sound quality of DVD, DVD+RW, and DVD+R, which will exceed the quality you have had with videotapes. Read this manual carefully to understand the latest features, then enjoy your new DVD Recorder.
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Access Control Auto Resume Digital Video connection (DV IN CAM 2) Disc Manager DVD-Video Compatibility Editing Index Picture Screen
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Paused/Fast/Slow/Step-by-Step/Zoomed Play Progressive Scan compatibility The GUIDE Plus+ System Timer Recording VCR Plus+ Programming System with PlusCode
DVD Recorder Remote control with two AA batteries AC power cord One blank Philips DVD+RW One RF coaxial cable (black with silver tip, with single prong in center of tip)
One three-strand Component Video Cable (blue, green, and red markings) q One two-strand audio cable (red and white markings) q One composite video cable (yellow markings) q This owners manual and registration materials
Your system has materials that can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries, and old equipment.
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Do not expose the system to excessive moisture, rain, sand, or heat sources. Place the Recorder on a firm, flat surface. Keep the Recorder away from domestic heating equipment and direct sunlight. When placing the Recorder in a cabinet, allow about one inch of space all around the Recorder for ventilation.
The DVDR 80/17 is based in part on the Entropy Gathering Daemon, which is copyright (C) 1999-2000 Brian Warner. All Rights Reserved. Regarding this Entropy Gathering Daemon, the following conditions apply: Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS," WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL BRIAN WARNER BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY,WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT,TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. The DVDR 80/17 is based in part on the zlib compression library which is copyright (C) 1995-2002 Jeanloup Gailly and Mark Adler. The DVDR 80/17 is based in part on the libpng Portable Network Graphics library which is copyright (c) 2000-2002 Glenn Randers-Pehrson, copyright (c) 1996, 1997 Andreas Dilger, and copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc. The following disclaimer applies to this libpng library: The PNG Reference Library is supplied "AS IS." The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. disclaim all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose.The Contributing Authors and Group 42, Inc. assume no liability for direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, or consequential damages, which may result from the use of the PNG Reference Library, even if advised of the possibility of such damage.There is no warranty against interference with your enjoyment of the library or against infringement.There is no warranty that our efforts or the library will fulfill any of your particular purposes or needs.This library is provided with all faults, and the entire risk of satisfactory quality, performance, accuracy, and effort is with the user. The DVDR 80/17 is based in part of the work of the FreeType Team.The FreeType Project is copyright (C) 1996-2000 by David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg. FreeType Project homepage: http://www.freetype.org/freetype2
Playable Discs 7
This DVD Recorder will play various types of Discs. Some Disc types will only play on the Recorder; others will record in the Recorder; some will record and play.There are also a few types of Discs that will neither play nor record on this Recorder. Look for these logos on your Discs to determine whether the Disc will or will not play or record on the Philips DVD Recorder.
Discs for Recording and Playing
DVD+RW (Digital Video Disc + Rewritable): These Discs can be recorded on repeatedly. Recordings can be erased, then you can record again on the same Disc. DVD+R (Digital Video Disc + Recordable): These Discs can be recorded only once. After you finalize a DVD+R, you cannot record on it any more.
Discs Unsuitable for Recording or Playing
Discs for Playing Only
DVD (Digital Video Disc) Video CD (VCD) Similar to DVDs, these Discs hold less material. For example, a two-hour movie will fit on one DVD, but may take two VCDs. Super Video CD (SVCD)
DVD-R (DVD-Recordable) You cannot record on these Discs using the Philips DVD Recorder. DVD-RW (DVD-Rewritable) You cannot record on these Discs using the Philips DVD Recorder.These Discs play only if recorded in video mode and if finalized. Audio CD (Compact Disc Digital Audio)
CD-R (CD-Recordable) (plays only Audio CD contents)
CD-RW (CD-Rewritable) (plays only Audio CD contents)
SUPER AUDIO CD
Dual-layer Super Audio CD (plays only the CD layer, if present)
Region Codes and Color Systems
DVDs must meet the requirements for Region Codes and Color Systems before you can use them with the DVD Recorder. DVDs must be labelled for ALL regions or for Region 1 in order to play on this DVD Recorder.You cannot play Discs that are labeled for other regions.These symbols must appear on your DVDs, or you cannot play the DVD in this Recorder. The number inside the globe refers to a region of the world. Region 1 represents the United States, Canada, upper regions of North America, Bermuda, the U.S.Virgin Islands, and small regions near Australia.
Hookups (contd) 11
Connecting to a TV and a Cable Box or Satellite Receiver
Cable TV Signal
Cable Box To front of Cable Box
This Demo Pin PIN activates an automatic GUIDE Plus+ demo. RETAILERS Do not remove Removal will this Demo Pin. matic demo. disable the autoCONSUMERS Remove this insert the IR Demo Pin and before usingextender here this TV. WARNING Dispose of properly. KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN
This example shows a Cable Box, but the steps are the same for a Satellite Receiver. Do not use the G-Link cable if you have a Satellite Receiver.
Connect your Cable TV signal to the ANTENNA IN jack on your Cable Box. If your Cable Box has an ANTENNA OUT or TO TV jack, connect an RF coaxial cable to it and to the Recorders ANTENNA jack. If your Cable Box has red, white, and yellow AUDIO and VIDEO OUT jacks, use the supplied audio and video cables to connect those jacks to the Recorders IN EXT 2 VIDEO (CVBS) and AUDIO L/R jacks instead. Connect an RF coaxial cable to the Recorders TV jack and to the ANTENNA IN or RF IN jack on your TV. Your TVs Antenna In jack may be labelled RF In or 75 ohm. Check your TV manual for details. Connect the supplied power cord to the MAINS ~ (AC Power) jack on the rear of the Recorder. Connect the power cords of the Recorder, Cable Box/Satellite Receiver, and TV to a power outlet. If you have a Cable Box, remove the Demo Pin from the Recorders GLINK jack. (This should have been in place when you bought the Recorder.) Connect the supplied G-Link cable to the G-LINK jack now.You will need this later to use the GUIDE Plus+ System. Press STANDBY/ON y to turn on the Recorder. Set the Recorder to channel 3 or 4 (your Cable Box output channel) if you used an RF coaxial cable at step 2. Or, set the Recorder to EXT 2 if you connected the Cable Box to those jacks at step 2. IS TV ON? CH03 will appear on the Recorders display panel the first time you turn it on. Turn on the TV and the Cable Box. Set the TV to channel 3 to receive the picture from the Recorder. You should see the blue Philips DVD background picture or the Initial Setup screen. Initial Setup appears the first time you turn on the Recorder. Go to pages 18-20 to complete the Initial Setup.
To exit press SYSTEM MENU
Press SYSTEM MENU. You have completed the basic Initial Setup. Now you are ready to set up the GUIDE Plus+ System. Continue with the GUIDE Plus+ System setup as detailed on the next page.
DVDs will play with the Audio and Subtitles you selected only if those languages are on the Disc. Some DVDs require you to choose these options in the Disc menu. If so, the DVD defaults may override your choices in the Recorders menus.
20 Initial Setup (contd)
GUIDE Plus+ System Setup
An introduction to the GUIDE Plus+ System will appear. Read this, then press OK to continue through these introductory menus.The remaining menus help you set up the GUIDE Plus+ System, which provides free TV programming information through the Recorder. See pages 43-47. First you will be asked about your country, zip code, Cable TV service, and Cable Box availability. Use 8CH+ and 9CH- to choose an answer, then press OK. Use the Number buttons to enter the zip code. Follow the instructions on the TV screen. If you do not have Cable TV or a Cable Box, skip to step 8. Otherwise, you will set up your Cable Box next. When asked to enter your Cable Box output channel: If you used an RF coaxial cable to connect the Cable Box to the Recorder, choose channel 2, 3, or 4. (Choose the output channel of your Cable Box. This may be indicated by a manual switch on your Cable Box.) Or, if you used Audio and Video cables, choose EXT2, EXT 1, CAM 1, or CAM 2. Choose the channel that matches the jacks on the Recorder to which you connected the Cable Box. Directions for connecting the G-Link cable will appear next. If you have not connected the G-Link cable to the G-LINK jack on the rear of the Recorder, do so now. Press OK when the cable is connected and you are ready to continue. See pages 11 and 18. A list of Cable Box brands will appear. Select your Cable Box brand, then press OK. If your brand is not listed, select Not Listed. You will be advised to turn on the Cable Box and set it to channel 2. After doing this, press OK to continue. The Recorder will test codes that allow the G-Link cable to change the Cable Box to channel 9. A message will ask you to confirm whether the Cable Box has changed to channel 9. If it does, select Yes. Press OK. If the Cable Box does not change to channel 9, check all connections. Select Test this code again, then press OK. Or, choose No and press OK.The Recorder will try a different code. Repeat this process until the Cable Box changes to channel 9. Confirming your settings will appear. When the information is correct, choose Yes, end setup, then press OK. If the settings are incorrect, choose No, repeat setup process, then press OK.You will go through the setup again. Change any incorrect information. Helpful information about the GUIDE Plus+ System will appear. Press OK to continue. A congratulations message will appear, prompting you to select Watch TV. Press OK again.You are finished! Within a few seconds, the DVD Recorder will turn itself off, then on again. When the Recorder turns on again, the GUIDE Plus+ System will show no data. This is normal, as the Recorder has not had time to receive programming data.To use the Recorder right away, press GUIDE/TV to remove the GUIDE Plus+ System. Press STANDBY y to turn off the Recorder later. The GUIDE Plus+ System data will be available in about 24 hours. When the Recorder is off, channels will change on your Cable Box.This is normal, as the unit is searching for GUIDE Plus+ System information. For best results, turn off the Recorder overnight so it can receive the GUIDE Plus+ System data. Leave the Cable Box turned on.
On-screen Symbols, Status Box 29
The following symbols will appear briefly on the TV screen when you activate some Disc features.
Scan The first 10 seconds of each Chapter/Track will play. See page 52. Repeat All The entire Disc will play repeatedly. See page 53. Repeat Title The current Title will play repeatedly. See page 53. Repeat Chapter The current Chapter will play repeatedly. See page 53. Repeat A Point A for Repeat A-B play has been entered. See page 53. Repeat A-B A segment of the Disc will play repeatedly. See page 53.
Angle Multiple angles are available. See page 49. Locked The Disc is Locked and cannot play without your code. See page 55. Safe The current Disc is authorized to play. See page 55. X The feature you just attempted is not available on the current Disc or at the current time.
Shuffle The Tracks or Chapters will play in random order. To start shuffled play, press PLAY MODE repeatedly until shuffle appears on the TV screen.
The Status Box shows the current status of the Recorder and information about the current Disc, including Disc type, total playing time, and elapsed playing time. Set Status box to On if you want to see the following icons briefly when you access a feature. See page 57. Disc status icons
0 rec 9 stop ; pause
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Disc type icons
recording stop pause play pause recording fast forward
DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-Video Super Video-CD Video-CD no Disc Disc error
30 Information Boxes
Special messages appear in a red bar at the bottom of the TV screen when appropriate, as in the example below.
Tuner Information box
Appears on the left side of the TV screen and identifies the current TV channel or Video source in Monitor mode. For example, if EXT1 appears in the Tuner Information Box, you can view or record the material that is playing on the equipment that is connected to the IN EXT 1 jacks on the rear of the Recorder. Make sure you connected an Antenna or Cable TV signal to the Recorders ANTENNA jack. See pages 10-16. Press MONITOR to put the Recorder in Monitor mode and view the TV channel or playback from other equipment.
Disc locked will appear on the TV if a protected DVD+RW or DVD+R is in the Recorder. If the power fails during recording, the Index Picture Screen may not match the actual video content on the Disc.The last recorded Title may be lost.A power failure or unit failure/system crash also may destroy all the material recorded on a Disc. When the Disc is full,End of Disc will appear on the TV. DISC FULL will show on the Recorders display panel. Press SYSTEM MENU during recording to access or remove the Status,Tuner, or Timer Information box. See pages 29-30. The recommended operating temperature range for the Recorder is 32F-122F for DVD+RW recording and 32F104F for DVD+R recording. Exceeding these ranges may cause unstable recording results.
To play a DVD+R on another DVD Player, finalize the Disc. Follow the steps on page 40.You cannot record or edit a DVD+R after you finalize it. q To edit your recordings, see pages 35 and 38-39. However, editing changes may not be accessible when you play the Disc on other DVD Players. q To erase a recording, see Erase this title details on page 35.
Title Settings Menu 35
The Title Settings Menu lets you rename a Title or recording on a DVD+RW/DVD+R. From the same menu, you can play the entire selected Title or erase the chosen Title from the Disc.
When play is stopped and a DVD+RW or DVD+R is in the Recorder, the Index Picture Screen will appear. See page 31.
Thu 10/09/2003 K Basketball B 0100:02:58. M2 Sun 09/28/2003 L 012 C10 12:00AM
X ! Wed 10/22
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select the Index Picture of the recording you want to name, play, or erase, then press :. The Title settings menu will appear. Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select Name, Play full title, or Erase this title. Continue accordingly at step 4. Name Press :. The first character of the Title name will be selected. Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to change the character. Press SELECT to switch between upper and lower case letters. Press CLEAR to erase a character.To move to the previous or next character, press ; or :. When the Title is complete, press OK. Storing Name will appear while the name is stored.
Play full title Press OK to start Disc play at the Title you selected.
Erase this title Press OK. The Recorder will ask you to confirm that you really want to erase the entire Title. Press OK again to start erasing the Title. Erasing title will appear during erasure.When erasing is complete, the Index Picture Screen will reappear. (If you do not want to erase the Title, press ; instead.)
Index Picture Screen details are on page 31. If a DVD+R was recorded on a different DVD Recorder, the settings may not be accessible. A disc name may contain a maximum of 64 characters.
If necessary, press ; when you are finished and want to return to the Disc Information Screen.
Although editing changes may not be accessible when you play a DVD+R or DVD+RW on DVD Players, the changes are available at the Recorder.
In the Index Picture Screen, press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select the Title you want to edit. Press PLAY : to begin play. During play, press FSS $. The Favorite Scene Selection menu will overlay the current video image.The current Title and Chapter numbers will appear at the top of the screen.
W 1 L B RW play 0:01:24 0:00:22 X 2
Favorite Scene Selection 01Insert chapter marker K L Current chapter Delete chapter marker Delete all markers New index picture Divide title Press FSS to exit
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select Insert chapter marker, Current chapter, Delete chapter marker, Delete all markers, New index picture, or Divide title (DVD+RW only).
If you select Insert chapter marker, press OK. Inserting chapter marker will appear briefly.This places a Chapter marker at that point so you can go there quickly by pressing Next or Previous 4. If you select Current chapter, press : (or SELECT) repeatedly to select Visible or Hidden. Press OK. By hiding chapters or making them visible, you determine which chapters you want to view. If you do not want to watch certain scenes (for example, commercials), insert Chapter markers at the beginning and end of the scene, then hide that segment.You can then watch your recording without the hidden chapters.The picture may freeze briefly between scenes, but you will not see the hidden content. If you select Delete chapter marker, press OK. Deleting marker appears briefly.This deletes the marker at the beginning of the current Chapter. (This option is not always available.)
If you select Delete all markers, press OK. This will delete all markers in this title. Press OK to confirm will appear. Press OK again. (If you decide not to delete all markers, press ;.) (This option is not always available.)
The maximum number of Chapters per Title varies. When you reach the maximum,Too many chapters will appear on the screen. Delete Chapters before making more. Favorite Scene Selection will disappear if you do not edit anything for several minutes. You cannot undo a Title division. The Index Picture Screen will show two Titles instead of one; both will have the same name. Change the name in Title Settings. See page 35. Editing changes on DVD+Rs will be accessible only during play on this Recorder.You can not edit a DVD+R after it is finalized. Insert chapter markers during recording by pressing FSS $ where you want a marker.
TV REC/OTR STANDBY
Add current disc
Insert the DVD+RW or DVD+R for which you want to assign a number. While play is stopped, press DISC MANAGER. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select Add current disc. Press :. If the Disc is already numbered, you cannot select Add current disc. Already present will show in the menu.
Disc Manager 01Find title Browse discs Remove disc Add current disc Empty Empty Empty 3 Next free disc number = 001
2 3-4 5
To exit press DISC MANAGER
A number will be assigned to the current Disc.You cannot change the number. Press OK. The disc tray will open automatically. Write the number on the Disc so you can find it later. Use a permanent marker that is acceptable for writing on Discs. Do not use an ink pen or any instrument that would scratch the Disc. Press PLAY : to close the disc tray and remove the Disc Manager menu. If you reinsert the Disc, its number will appear in the top left section of the Index Picture screen.
To remove a Disc from the Disc Manager, follow these steps.This may be necessary if you need to make room for new Discs or if you want to remove a damaged Disc. While Disc play is stopped, press DISC MANAGER. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select Remove disc. Press :. A Disc number and its contents (Titles) will appear in the menu.
01Find title Browse discs Remove disc Add current disc 2 Disc Manager 5 Disc number 001 Example Title Date Duration C10 12:00A 06/19/03 00:45 C35 08:30P 08/01/03 01:00 C12 06:30A 08/07/03 02:15 5
1 2-3 4
To remove press OK
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select the Disc number you want to remove, then press OK. This only removes the Disc from the Disc Manager memory.The contents of the Disc will not change.The Disc number you deleted will be available for assignment to a different Disc. Other Discs in the Disc Manager will keep their existing number. Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the Disc Manager menu.
Disc Manager stores up to 999 Discs. A Disc can have up to 49 Titles. If a Disc is in Disc Manager, do not record on it with a different Recorder. Disc Manager will not recognize the Disc. Remove the Disc from the Disc Manager first. Make the new recording, then add the Disc to the Disc Manager again.
42 Disc Manager (contd)
Follow these steps to find and play a recording saved on a Disc stored in Disc Manager.
While Disc play is stopped, press DISC MANAGER.
MONITOR DIM RETURN T/C
Find title will be selected. Press :. A list of Titles stored in the Disc Manager will appear at the right side of the menu.
Disc Manager 01Find title Browse discs Remove disc Add current disc 2 Title Date Duration C10 12:00A 06/19/03 03:05 C35 08:30P 08/01/03 01:00 C12 06:30A 08/07/03 02:15
Page 1/1 To select title press OK
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select a Title. Press Next i or Previous j to scroll through a page at a time. The number of pages available will appear in the lower right corner of the menu. After selecting a Title, press OK. If you chose a Title that is on the Disc that is in the Recorder, the Title will be selected in the Index Picture Screen. Press PLAY : to play the Title. If Insert disc number appears on the TV, the Title is on a different Disc.The Recorders disc tray will open. Insert the requested Disc. Press OPEN/CLOSE A to close the tray. After a brief check, the Recorder will find the Title in the Index Picture Screen. (Searching for. will appear while the Recorder scans the Disc for the Title you requested.) Press PLAY : to play the Title.
You also may set the Recorder to play only a specific portion of a Title, Chapter, or Track repeatedly. Follow these steps.
Press PLAY : to start Disc play.
When the Disc reaches the point at which you want repeated play to begin, press PLAY MODE until repeat-A or the following symbol appears on the TV screen.
When the Disc reaches the point at which you want to end the segment, press OK. Repeat A-B or the symbol below will appear on the TV screen briefly.The segment will begin playing repeatedly.
To cancel Repeat A-B play, press STOP C.
54 Access Control
Access Control limits viewing of Discs that exceed the limits you set.This feature will not limit viewing if the Disc manufacturer did not code the Disc. Philips cannot guarantee the availability of Access Control with all Discs, and therefore denies any liability associated with unintended watching of Discs. Make sure your Discs play according to your Access Control settings before you allow children access to the DVD Recorder. You will need a four-digit code to use the Access Control features. Set a code by following these steps.
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press CH-9 repeatedly to select on the second screen, then press :. Access control will be selected. Press : again, then press the Number buttons to enter your old four-digit code. When doing this the first time, enter any four numbers you prefer.You will have to enter the same code, exactly, twice.This will set your code for the first time.
~ W 1 X 2 Y 1en s Access control Auto resume Finalize disc     Enter code Z off no a off
1-4 1,6 3,5
Press CH-9 repeatedly to select Change code, then press :.
Access control Auto resume Finalize disc
s Child lock  Parental level  Change country  Change code KB [ ]
Press four Number buttons to enter the new four-digit code. Then, enter it again - exactly - to confirm it. The Access control menu will reappear.
Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menu.
The code may not go into effect until you activate Child Lock. (You may have to keep confirming the code.) See page 55 to activate Child Lock. Finalize disc will appear in this menu only when a non-finalized DVD+R is in the Recorder. See page 40.
Access Control (contd) 55
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press CH-9 repeatedly to select in the second screen, then press :. Access control will be highlighted. Press : again, then press the Number buttons to enter your four-digit code. See page 54. Child lock will be highlighted. Press :.
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select in the second screen, then press :. Access control will be highlighted. Press : again, then press the Number buttons to enter your four-digit code. Press 9CH- to select Parental level, then press :. Press 8CH+ or 9CH- or the Number buttons to select a rating, then press OK. Select 0 ( ) to deactivate Parental level completely. Or, choose a rating between 1-8; scenes with the same rating or lower will play. Higher rated scenes will not play unless an alternative scene (with a lower rating) is available. If no alternative is found, play will stop. Enter the four-digit code to play the Disc.
~ W 1 X 2 Y 1en Z off no a off 2 Child lock Parental level Change country Change code
1-5 1,6 3,5
Access control Auto resume
Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
Parental Level codings apply only for the country specified on the Disc.The Disc manufacturer sets these codings. For some Discs, you may need to choose the Country for which the Disc is coded in order for the Disc to play at the Parental Level you selected above.
MONITOR TV DISC MANAGER FSS SELECT DIM RETURN T/C
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select in the second menu, then press :. Access control will be highlighted. Press : again, then press the Number buttons to enter your four-digit code. Child lock will be highlighted. Press 9CH-repeatedly to select Change country. Press :.
s American Samoa L Bermuda Canada Puerto Rico
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select the country for which the Disc is coded, then press OK. Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
Rating numbers compare to U.S. movie ratings as follows: 7-NC-17; 6-R; 4-PG-13; 3-PG; and 1-G.
DVD Recorder Features Menu 57
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select , then press :.
Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select Status box, Standby, or Display. Press : and follow step 4 according to your choice. If you selected Status box, press 8CH+ or 9CH- to choose On or Off, then press OK. The status box briefly displays the Disc type and status of the Recorder. Select On if you want to see the Status boxes. Choose Off if you do not want to see the Status boxes. See page 29.
~ W 1 X 2 Y 1en Z off no a off Sound
Digital output Analog output Night mode
s Stereo Surround
Adjust Digital Output if you used the Recorders COAX OUT or OPTICAL OUT jacks to connect to a TV or Stereo. See page 16. If you used the red/white AUDIO OUT jacks, adjust Analog output instead. See above. Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press 9CH- repeatedly to select G, then press :. Digital output will be selected. Press :. Press 8CH+ or 9CH- to select Off, PCM only, or All. Press OK. q Select All if you used the COAX OUT jack to connect the Recorder to a Stereo that has a multi-channel decoder. See page 16. q Select Off if you did not use either the COAX OUT or OPTICAL OUT jack. See above to adjust Analog Output instead. q Select PCM only if you used the COAX OUT or OPTICAL OUT jack of the Recorder for connections, but the audio equipment does not include a built-in digital multi-channel decoder.
CLEAR TV DISC MANAGER FSS REC/OTR TIMER
s Off PCM only All
You also can set Analog Output in the Menu Bar. See page 28.
60 Language Settings
In the Language menu, select a different language for the Audio soundtrack or Subtitles of a DVD. Or, change the language of the DVD Recorders System Menu.You also can determine whether you receive TV channels in Stereo or in a Second Audio Program language by following these steps.
Press SYSTEM MENU. Press ; to select in the top left corner of the Menu Bar at the top of the TV screen. Press CH-9 repeatedly to select r, then press :. Press CH+8 or CH-9 to select Playback audio, Recording audio, Subtitle, or Menu, then press : and proceed as detailed in step 4.
q If you selected Playback audio, press CH+8 or CH-9 to select the language in which you want to play the Disc, then press OK. The changes will be effective only if the language is available on the Disc. Some DVDs allow you to change languages in the Disc Menu only. q If you selected Recording audio, press CH+8 or CH-9 to select Stereo or SAP, then press OK. Some TV programs broadcast in stereo or in a second audio program (SAP). Usually, second audio means the program has a second language available. For example, the program might be available in English and Spanish, with Spanish being the SAP (second audio program) option. Your selection will only be active if the program is available in stereo or second audio. SAP will appear on the display panel when this feature is active and available. When you play the recording, you can play only in the audio you recorded. For example, if you recorded in SAP, you can play the recording only in SAP. q If
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