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|c00k||3:31pm on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010|
|Ouch! Well, theres no doubt that this system performs GREAT! But it is well rocket science. Home Cinema Pioneer LX-01 - LX Series 8.1ch Home Cinema System with Omni-Directional Speakers - Black When I received this product and opened it. Home Cinema Pioneer LX-01 - LX Series 8.1ch Home Cinema System with Omni-Directional Speakers - Black When I received this product and opened it.|
|RegJunk||3:34pm on Thursday, August 12th, 2010|
|Well built, looks great and even better sounds good. The range of features are the best, allowing a true one box solution at high quality.|
|jed||6:17pm on Monday, August 9th, 2010|
|Ouch! Second try at review, hope this gets published! Well, theres no doubt that this system performs GREAT! But it is well rocket science.|
|dreamingxashley||5:12pm on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|All around system with many features. Great sound and vision It has a long learning curve, a little bit complicated at first. everything,just brilliant great sounds great features none|
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Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the product, and to protect it from overheating. To prevent fire hazard, the openings should never be blocked or covered with items (such as newspapers, table-cloths, curtains) or by operating the D3-4-2-1-7b_A_En equipment on thick carpet or a bed.
Handle the power cord by the plug. Do not pull out the plug by tugging the cord and never touch the power cord when your hands are wet as this could cause a short circuit or electric shock. Do not place the unit, a piece of furniture, etc., on the power cord, or pinch the cord. Never make a knot in the cord or tie it with other cords. The power cords should be routed such that they are not likely to be stepped on. A damaged power cord can cause a fire or give you an electrical shock. Check the power cord once in a while. When you find it damaged, ask your nearest PIONEER authorized service center or your dealer for a replacement. S002_En
If you want to dispose this product, do not mix it with general household waste. There is a separate collection system for used electronic products in accordance with legislation that requires proper treatment, recovery and recycling. Private households in the member states of the EU, in Switzerland and Norway may return their used electronic products free of charge to designated collection facilities or to a retailer (if you purchase a similar new one). For countries not mentioned above, please contact your local authorities for the correct method of disposal. By doing so you will ensure that your disposed product undergoes the necessary treatment, recovery and recycling and thus prevent potential negative effects on the environment and human health. K058_A_En
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this unit should be performed only by qualified service personnel.
IMPORTANT: THE MOULDED PLUG
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience. A 5 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced, please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amps and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover, you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced. If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained. A replacement fuse cover can be obtained from your local dealer. If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for your socket outlet, then the fuse shall be removed and the plug cut off and disposed of safely. There is a danger of severe electrical shock if the cut off plug is inserted into any 13 amp socket. If a new plug is to be fitted, please observe the wiring code as shown below. If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician. IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Blue : Neutral Brown : Live As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this appliance may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows ; The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK. The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED. How to replace the fuse: Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
7 Connect an audio cable from your TV to the receiver subwoofer. To listen to TV audio on this unit, you must connect the TVs audio output to an audio input jack on this unit. You can connect by either a digital (optical) or analog audio cable. For digital audio, connect to DIGITAL OPTICAL IN 1 on the receiver subwoofer. To use the HDMI Control function when you are connected to a supported Pioneer plasma television, you must connect via HDMI. You must first set TV Input to switch the audio from a plasma television with the HDMI Control function or to switch the input source of this unit to TV audio and operate your TV with the supplied remote control. For more information, see Operating Pioneer plasma televisions and TVs on page 22 and Audio input settings from Plasma televisions (TV Input) on page 46. 8 Connect a TV antenna. Connect the TV antenna from your TV to the HDD/DVD recorder. See Connecting a TV antenna on page 62 to connect the antenna. Connect the power cord.1 Connect each power cord to the AC inlet on the HDD/ DVD recorder and the receiver subwoofer. Connect each power cord to a wall socket in the following order: 1. HDD/DVD recorder 2. Receiver subwoofer 3. TV. Run the cords that are connected to the side panel of the receiver subwoofer over the back side of the unit, and replace the cover on the side panel.
Note 1 Do not use any power cord other than the one supplied with this system. Do not use the supplied power cord for any purpose other than connecting to this system. After connecting this unit to an AC outlet, a 15-second initialization process begins. You cannot carry out any operations during initialization. The HDMI indicator on the display unit blinks during initialization, and you can turn this unit on once it has stopped blinking.
Controls and displays
1 STANDBY/ON Press to switch the receiver subwoofer on/into standby. 2 INPUT SELECTOR (page 40) Press repeatedly to select one of the external audio inputs (HDMI 1 to HDMI 3, Digital 1, Digital 2, Analog, iPod or Front Audio In). 3 VOL +/ buttons Use to adjust the volume. 4 POWER ON indicator (Blue)
5 Front panel display See below for details. 6 IR remote sensor (page 26)
7 HDMI indicator (Red) Lights when this receiver subwoofer is connected to HDMI (HDCP) compatible component. Also lights during initialization, after you plug this unit into an AC outlet.
DIRECT STEREO F.S.SURR. ADV.SURR. 2PRO LOGIC
LOUDNESS MIDNIGHT DNR DIALOG HDMI THROUGH QUIET TONE S.RTRV MCACC
DTS 96/24 DSD PCM
1 DIRECT Lights when Direct Sound is selected (i.e. Effective Sound is off) (page 31). 2 Listening mode indicators STEREO Lights when the Stereo mode is selected or when a stereo source is being played back in the Auto listening mode (page 33). F.S.SURR. Lights when one of the Front Stage Surround Advance listening modes is selected (page 33). ADV.SURR. Lights when one of the Advanced Surround listening modes is selected (page 32).
Note 1 You cannot use this function for the following audio streams: Dolby TrueHD: over 88.2 kHz DTS-HD: over 88.2 kHz or with the channel format of 2/0 DTS-Express: with the channel format of 2/This function is available only for a Pioneer HDMI Control-compatible HDD/DVD recorder. 3 This setting cannot be used with multichannel sources. Also, in case of SACD, DTS-HD, DTS-Express, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital Plus, and PCM (192 kHz/176.4 kHz), even stereo sources cannot be used.
Listening with MCACC Effect
Listen to sound using the corrected acoustic field settings obtained by MCACC. 1
Adjusting the bass and treble
Use the bass and treble controls to adjust the overall tone. 1
Press to open the sound menu.
2 Select MCACC Effect then press ENTER.
Select Tone then press ENTER.1
3 Switch MCACC On or MCACC Off then press ENTER to confirm. When MCACC Effect is off, equalization, channel delay, channel level and standing wave are set to off. When MCACC Effect is off, the channel delay and channel level can be adjusted manually and the settings stored separately from when MCACC Effect is on. MCACC Effect is set to on automatically after Auto MCACC setup is used.
Select Bass/Treble then press ENTER. Selecting Bass/Treble cancels the Midnight, Loudness and Quiet listening modes. These modes cannot be used at the same time.
4 Use the / buttons to select Bass or Treble; use the / buttons to adjust the sound then press ENTER to confirm. Bass and Treble can be adjusted from -6dB to +6dB. When the Bass or Treble is set to something other than 0dB, the TONE indicator lights.
Using Midnight, Loudness and Quiet listening modes
The Midnight listening feature allows you to hear effective surround sound of movies at low volume levels. The Loudness listening feature can be used to get good bass and treble from music sources at low volume levels. The Quiet listening feature reduces excessive bass or treble in a sound source. 1
Adjusting sound delay
Some monitors have a slight delay when showing video, so the soundtrack will be slightly out of sync with the picture. By adding a bit of delay, you can adjust the sound to match the presentation of the video. There are a total of 60 steps (levels) that you can adjust, with a total range of 200 msec. 1
Select Sound Delay then press ENTER.
3 Select Midnight, Loudness or Quiet then press ENTER to confirm.2 To cancel the Midnight, Loudness or Quiet listening modes, select Bass/Treble.
3 Select the length of the delay in sound, then press ENTER to confirm. This option is deactivated and not displayed if you have AutoDelay set to On in HDMI Setup (see Setting the Auto Delay on page 46).
Using the Virtual Surround Back mode
This mode allows you to hear a virtual surround back channel through your surround speakers. You can choose to listen to sources with no surround back channel information, or if the material sounds better in the format (for example, 5.1) for which it was originally encoded, you can have the receiver only apply this effect to 6.1 encoded sources like Dolby Digital EX or DTS-ES.1
Adjusting the channel levels using the test tone
If you prefer, you can set the channel levels using a test tone as a reference, rather than playing a source (see Channel level setting on page 37). A test tone is played through each speaker in turn, allowing you to adjust the level as it plays. You can also adjust the channel levels for surround sound using test tone. 1 TONE Carry out tone testing. The test tone is output from each speaker in turn. Adjust the volume level below 50.
Select Virtual SB, then press ENTER.
3 Select a setting. Select one of the following: Vir.SB On Virtual Surround Back is always used (for example, on 5.1 encoded material) Vir.SB Auto Virtual Surround Back is automatically applied to 6.1 encoded sources (for example, Dolby Digital EX or DTS-ES), DTS Neo:6 or Advanced Surround mode Vir.SB Off Virtual Surround Back mode is switched off 4
2 Adjust the channel level of a tune while it is playing. The aim is to adjust the levels so that you hear the test tone at the same volume from each speaker. You can adjust the level of each channel by 10 dB. You can adjust the overall volume of test tone output using the VOL +/ buttons (this does not affect the channel level settings). Because of the ultra low frequencies the subwoofer produces, it may sound quieter than it really is. We suggest adjusting the subwoofer level while listening to a source. See the method described in Channel level setting on page 37. 3 ENTER Press to exit test tone setup once you have finished. If you use the Auto MCACC feature again, it will overwrite the settings you have made here.
Some Dolby Digital and DTS audio sources include ultralow bass tones. Set the LFE attenuator as necessary to prevent the ultralow bass tones from distorting the sound from the speakers. The LFE is not limited when set to 0dB, which is the recommended value. When set to -5dB, -10dB, -15dB or -20dB, the LFE is limited by the respective degree. When Off is selected, no sound is output from the LFE channel.
Select LFE ATT, then press ENTER.
Adjust the setting then press ENTER to
Note 1 Depending on the input signal and the listening mode, the Virtual Surround Back mode may not be effective.
Important When making or changing connections on the side panel of this unit, be sure to switch power off and disconnect the power cord from the wall socket. After completing all connections, connect the power cord to the wall socket. You can also use the OPTICAL IN 1 jack to connect external components when not using it for sound input from a TV.
This recorder cannot record CD-R or CD-RW discs. Readable formats: CD audio, Video CD/Super VCD, ISO 9660 CD-ROM* containing MP3, WMA, JPEG or DivX files * ISO 9660 Level 1 or 2 compliant. CD physical format: Mode1, Mode2 XA Form1. Romeo and Joliet file systems are both compatible with this recorder. Multi-session playback: Yes (except CD audio and Video CD/Super VCD) Unfinalized disc playback: CD audio only
Compressed audio compatibility
Compatible media: DVD-ROM, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/ +RW, DVD-RAM, CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, USB Compatible formats: MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3 (MP3), Windows Media Audio (WMA) Sampling rates: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz Bit-rates: Any (128 kbps or higher recommended) Variable bit-rate (VBR) MP3 playback: Yes VBR WMA playback: No WMA encoder compatibility: Windows Media Codec 8 (files encoded using Windows Media Codec 9 may be playable but some parts of the specification are not supported; specifically, Pro, Lossless, Voice and VBR) DRM (Digital Rights Management)1 file playback: No File extensions:.mp3,.wma (these must be used for the recorder to recognize MP3 and WMA files do not use for other file types) File structure: The recorder can load up to 99 folders/ 999 files at one time (if there are more files/folders that this on the disc then more can be reloaded)
About DualDisc playback
A DualDisc is a new two -sided disc, one side of which contains DVD content video, audio, etc. while the other side contains non-DVD content such as digital audio material. The non-DVD, audio side of the disc is not compliant with the CD audio specification and therefore may not play. It is possible that when loading or ejecting a DualDisc, the opposite side to that being played will be scratched. Scratched discs may not be playable. The DVD side of a DualDisc plays in this product. DVD -Audio content will not play. For more detailed information on the DualDisc specification, please refer to the disc manufacturer or disc retailer.
Other disc compatibility
In addition to DVD, this recorder is compatible with a wide range of disc types (media) and formats. Playable discs will generally feature one of the logos on the disc and/or disc packaging shown below. Note however that some disc types, such as recordable CD (and DVD), may be in an unplayable format see below for further compatibility information.
WMA (Windows Media Audio) content
This recorder can playback Windows Media Audio content. WMA is an acronym for Windows Media Audio and refers to an audio compression technology developed by Microsoft Corporation. Windows Media is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation. This product includes technology owned by Microsoft Corporation and cannot be used or distributed without a license from Microsoft Licensing, Inc.
You can change the Language, Country, Postal Code1 and the External Receiver settings. 3 Press ENTER to confirm.
Manual Host Channel setup
The GUIDE Plus+ system will automatically identify your Host Channel as soon as the recorder is put into standby for the first time. See the table on page 72 for a list of all the European Host Channels. If you know your Host Channel details (source and programme number) or if the automatic identification did not provide the expected result, you can identify your Host Channel manually. Select Host Channel Setup in the Setup area and follow the instructions on the TV. Select the correct source (e.g., internal tuner or external receiver) and enter the respective programme number (e.g., if you have to press 9 on the remote to watch your Host Channel, enter 9 as the programme number). When you next switch the recorder into standby the GUIDE Plus+ system will complete the Host Channel setup.
Note 1 Making changes to the Country or Postal Code settings may require a new download of TV listings information. This can take up to 24 hours.
My external receiver was successfully setup. However I have found that when the GUIDE Plus+ system has to change to a channel with a three-digit programme number in the external receivers preset, it does not work. It looks like the GUIDE Plus+ system can only send two digits. With the number of channels increasing, the number of digits has increased as well. While older boxes use only two digits, newer boxes require up to four. It is possible that you selected an older code for your brand during set-up. Please access the Setup Area, select External Receiver and repeat the setup for your brand (Note: Every time you see the on-screen question about whether the receiver has changed to a certain channel, the GUIDE Plus+ system has sent a different code). Try all the different codes until your GUIDE Plus+ system can control your external receiver correctly. If you have no success, try to receive new codes overnight. I used to receive data through my terrestrial antenna or analog cable without a set-top box. Now, I have upgraded to a satellite system or to digital cable with external receiver. What should I do to receive data for the GUIDE Plus+ system? You can try to receive your Host Channel through your new reception method. If you have problems to receive data we recommend that you keep your analog terrestrial or cable connection only to receive data this way. It is important that you identify your Host Channel correctly in the Editor Area. After I performed the initial set-up I found that the lineup for all the channels received via the external set top box is incorrect. How do I correct this? You can change the line-up in the editor according to your preferences. Access the Editor Area. Select the channels that you would like to change. Change the source and preset number according to your preferences. I performed the set-up but after many hours I still have a blank EPG what is going wrong? There are several possibilities: Connections are wrong. See Recorder connections on page 62 to double check everything. The initial setup of GUIDE Plus+ was completed incorrectly. Try setting it up again (see Setting up the GUIDE Plus+ system on page 71). Your cabling and setup is OK, but the recorder has not been connected for enough time to receive the TV listings data. Leave the recorder in standby overnight.
Restrictions on video recording
You cannot record copy-protected video using this recorder. Copy-protected video includes DVD-Video discs and some satellite broadcasts. If copy-protected material is encountered during a recording, recording will pause automatically and an error message will be displayed onscreen. Video that is copy-once only can only be recorded to DVD-RAM or HDD, CPRM-compatible VR mode DVD-R/ -RW (see below). When recording a TV broadcast or through an external input, you can display copy control information on screen (see Displaying disc information on-screen on page 112).
HDD Video mode compatibility
When recording to the HDD you can choose to record in one of two formats. Set the format from the HDD Recording Format item in the Initial Setup menu (see page 158). When set to Video Mode On, high-speed copying from HDD to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW is possible. When recording a bilingual broadcast, set which channel you want to record from the Initial Setup menu (see Bilingual Recording on page 155). When HDD Recording Format is set to Video Mode Off, high-speed copying from HDD to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW isnt possible. However, both channels of bilingual broadcasts are recorded and you can switch the audio on playback.
CPRM is a copy protection/scrambling system developed for the recording of copy once broadcast programmes. CPRM stands for Content Protection for Recordable Media. This recorder is CPRM compatible, which means that you can record copy-once broadcast programmes, but you cannot then make a copy of those recordings. CPRM recordings can only be made on CPRM-compatible DVD -R (ver. 2.0/8x or higher) or DVD-RW (ver. 1.1 or higher) discs formatted in VR mode, DVD-RAM discs or on the HDD. DVD CPRM recordings can only be played on players that are specifically compatible with CPRM.
Recording equipment and copyright
In all except the LPCM mode, sound is recorded in two channel Dolby Digital format (only Dolby Digital 2.0 can be recorded; Dolby Digital 5.1 recording is not possible). When set to LPCM, sound is recorded in high quality, uncompressed Linear PCM format. If the broadcast audio is bilingual and you are recording to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode), DVD+R/+RW, or to the HDD with the HDD Recording Format set to Video Mode On, or on the LPCM setting, use the Bilingual Recording setting (page 155) to select the A/L or B/R audio channel to record before recording starts. In other cases, both channels of a bilingual broadcast will be recorded and you can switch on playback.
Recording equipment should be used only for lawful copying. You are advised to check carefully what constitutes lawful copying in the country in which you are making a copy. Copying of copyrighted material such as films or music is unlawful unless permitted by a legal exception or consented to by the rightowners.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Playing DivX video files
The table below shows the basic playback controls for DivX video files.
Press to start playback. If RESUME is displayed on-screen, play(LCD page 1) back starts from the place last stopped. Playback of titles (DivX les) proceeds in alphabetical order. Press to stop playback. You can resume playback from the same (LCD page 1) point by pressing (Play). (Press (Stop) again to cancel the resume function.) Pauses playback, or restarts playback when paused.
Press to stop playback. Video CD only: You can resume playback (LCD page 1) from the same point by pressing (Play). (Press (Stop) again to cancel the resume function.)
Press to start scanning. Press repeatedly to increase the scanning speed. Press to skip to previous/next title.
While paused, press to advance one frame. Press and hold to start slow motion (LCD page 1) playback (press repeatedly to change the slow motion play speed).
Press to skip to previous/next track. When a PBC menu is displayed, press to (LCD page 1) display the previous/next page.
3 then press ENTER to skip directly to that 6 track. 9 Press CLEAR to clear a number entry and 0 CLEAR
(LCD page 2) While a PBC menu screen is displayed,
use to select numbered menu items.
During playback, enter a track number
Press to display the playback audio type; press repeatedly to change the playback (LCD page 3) audio type. Press to display subtitle information; press repeatedly to change subtitles.
(LCD page 3)
Video CD in non-PBC mode only: (Commercial back/skip) (LCD page 1) Each press skips backward/forward progressively up to a maximum of two hours in either direction.
While paused, press and hold to start slow-motion playback. Press repeatedly to (LCD page 1) change the playback speed (forward only). While paused, press to advance a single frame (forward only).
Press to display the disc menu of a Video CD/Super VCD playing in PBC mode.
Note 1 When playing in PBC mode, some playback features, such as search, repeat and programme play are not available. You can play a PBC Video CD/Super VCD in non-PBC mode by starting playback using the Disc Navigator (see Using the Disc Navigator with playback-only discs on page 107).
Using the Disc Navigator with recordable discs and the HDD
DVD-R DVD-RW DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-RAM HDD
Changing the display style of the Disc Navigator
You can choose to display titles in the Disc Navigator in various different ways, sorted alphabetically, by recording date, by genre, and so on. You can also choose whether to display four or eight titles on the screen at the same time.
You can use the Disc Navigator to browse and edit video on recordable DVDs and the HDD, and to view information on titles. See also Editing on page 117 for more on editing recordable discs. 1
Note 1 If the audio subcode on the DV tape cannot be read correctly, the audio type will not switch automatically. You can switch the audio manually from the External Audio setting (page 155).
The table below shows which commands you can use with the HDD and different disc types.
DVD-R/-RW (Video mode), DVD+R/+RW DVD-R/-RW, DVD-RAM (VR mode) Original Play List *1 *1
Create (page 119) Play (page 119) Erase (page 119) Edit > Title Name (page 120) Edit > Set Thumbnail (page 121) Edit > Erase Section (page 121) Edit > Divide (page 122) Edit > Chapter Edit (page 122) Edit > Set Genre (page 123) Edit > Lock (page 124) Edit > Move (page 124) Edit > Combine (page 125) Genre Name (page 125) Multi-Mode (page 126) Undo (page 126)
*1 DVD-R/-RW only
The Disc Navigator screen
The Disc Navigator screen is where you can edit video content on unfinalized Video mode and DVD-R/-RW (VR mode) discs, DVD+R/+RW and DVD-RAM, as well as video content on the hard disk drive. Important Titles that have been recorded with a Input Line System setting different to the current setting of the recorder are shown in the Disc Navigator with a blank thumbnail image. See also Additional information about the TV system settings on page 161. During recording, if you display the Disc Navigator for the HDD, some of the titles may appear with a mark. These titles were recorded with a Input Line System setting different to the current setting of the recorder. During recording, these titles cannot be played. 1
DVD Press to switch between the HDD and DVD Disc Navigator screens.
If you are editing a DVD-R/-RW (VR mode) or DVD -RAM disc you can display the Play List by selecting Play List from the view options panel (press , then select Play List from the view options, then Play List).
Disc Navigator (DVD) Style 4 Titles 4 Titles PlayList Original Original 23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 23:00 Fri 7:00PM SP 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 2ch 10Titles
2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G) 20:00 FRI 3/12 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G) 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP 1h00m(1.0G) 7
HDD SP Remain 0h30m
19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G)
Titles on the HDD marked with a icon are recently recorded titles that havent yet been played.
Press to exit the Disc Navigator.
2 Display the Disc Navigator screen. Playback will automatically stop when you do this. The Disc Navigator is also accessible from the Home Menu.
View options panel
Disc Navigator (HDD)
Some editing commands ask you whether you want to keep Video mode compatibility or frame accuracy (Video Mode Compatible Editing or Frame Accurate Editing). Frame Accurate Editing is very precise. The edit point is accurate to the exact frame you choose. However, this accuracy is not preserved in any copy you make if you use the high-speed copy function to make a DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW. Video Mode Compatible Editing is less precise. The edit point you choose will only be accurate to within one-half to one second. On the other hand, these edit points will be preserved if you use high-speed copy to make a DVD -R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW.
23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP 23:00 Fri 7:00PM SP 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 2ch
2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G) 9 20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SP 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G) 8 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP 1h00m(1.0G) 7 19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G)
Available recording time
HDD SP Remain 30h30m
Title thumbnail Title information Command menu panel
The large capacity of the HDD means that there may be many hours of video in the recorder. To help you organize your HDD video content you can assign different genres to titles. There are 20 genres in total, including five userdefinable ones that you can name as you like.
Press to display the command menu panel. Use the / and ENTER buttons to navigate the menus. (LCD page 1) When in the title list, press to display the previous/next page if there are more titles than can be displayed.
DISP (LCD page 3) Press to change the title information displayed in the title list.
DVD (VR) DVD-RAM Play List only
Use this function to create a Play List and add titles to it. Before you can use this command, make sure that the Play List is switched on in the view options panel on the left.
2 Select Play from the command menu panel. Playback of the title you selected starts.
Disc Navigator (HDD) 10Titles 23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP 23:00 Fri 7:00PM SP Play 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 2ch SP
Erase 2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G)
Select Create from the command menu
20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SPEdit 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G) Genre Name
8 All Genres 0Titles 7
Play Erase 2h00m(1.0G) Edit
22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP 1h00m(1.0G) Multi-Mode 19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G)
Disc Navigator (DVD)
DVD (Video) DVD (VR) DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-RAM HDD
DVD VR Mode Remain 0h30m
Use this function to erase unwanted titles. When you erase titles from the HDD or Original titles from a VR mode DVD-RW, the available recording space increases accordingly. Erasing a title from a DVD-RW (Video mode) or DVD+RW disc increases the available recording time only if it is the last title on the disc.1 Erasing Play List titles, or titles from a DVD-R (VR mode or Video mode) or DVD+R, will not result in any more free space on the disc.
2 Select an original title to add to the Play List. Repeat these two steps to add as many titles as necessary to the Play List.
Highlight the title you want to erase.
Use this function to start playback of a title. 2 panel. 1 Highlight the title you want to play.
Select Erase from the command menu
Select Yes to confirm or No to cancel. Tip You can erase a title quickly by pressing CLEAR (LCD page 2) when the title is highlighted. Confirm the edit by pressing ENTER.
Note 1 There may be cases where erasing a title from a DVD+R/+RW disc will result in incontiguous title numbers.
You can also use the CLEAR button (LCD page 2) to delete characters directly (press and hold for two seconds to delete the whole name). For discs formatted on a different DVD recorder, you will see only a limited character set.
You can give titles new names of up to 64 characters long for VR mode, DVD-RAM and HDD recordings, and up to 40 characters for Video mode recordings and DVD+R/ +RW discs.
1 Highlight the title you want to name (or rename).
4 Select OK to enter the name and return to the main Disc Navigator screen. To return to the main Disc Navigator screen without saving changes to the title name, press RETURN.
Using a USB keyboard to enter a name
2 Select Edit > Title Name from the command menu panel.
Disc Navigator (HDD) 10Titles 23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP 23:00 Fri 7:00PM SP Play 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 2ch Name Title SP
Erase 2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G) Set Thumbnail Erase 20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SPEdit Section Divide 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP Chapter Edit 2h00m(1.0G) Multi-Mode Set Genre 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 Lock SP Genre Name
Cleaning the pickup lens
The HDD/DVD recorders lens should not become dirty in normal use, but if for some reason it should malfunction due to dust or dirt, consult your nearest Pioneerauthorized service center. Although lens cleaners are commercially available, we do not recommend using them since some may damage the lens.
Although CDs and DVD discs are more durable than vinyl records, you should still take care to handle and store discs correctly. When youre not using a disc, return it to its case and store upright. Avoid leaving discs in excessively cold, humid, or hot environments (including under direct sunlight). Dont glue paper or put stickers onto the disc, or use a pencil, ball-point pen or other sharp-tipped writing instrument. These could all damage the disc.
Cleaning the recorders exterior
When cleaning the glossy surface of the cabinet, gently wipe it with the provided cleaning cloth. If you use a dusty or hard cloth or if you rub the cabinet hard, the surface of the product will be scratched. If you clean the surface of the cabinet with a wet cloth, water droplets on the surface may enter into the product, resulting in malfunction.
For more detailed care information see the instructions that come with discs. Do not load more than one disc into the recorder.
Condensation may form inside the recorder if it is brought into a warm room from outside, or if the temperature of the room rises quickly. Although the condensation wont damage the recorder, it may temporarily impair its performance. For this reason you should leave it to adjust to the warmer temperature for about an hour before switching on and using.
We want you to enjoy using this recorder for years to come, so please bear in mind the following points when choosing a suitable location for it:
Moving the recorder
If you need to move the recorder, first remove the disc, if loaded, and close the disc tray. Next, press STANDBY/ ON to switch the power to standby, checking that the POWER OFF indication in the display goes off. Wait at least two minutes. Lastly, disconnect the power cord. Never lift or move the recorder during playback or recording discs rotate at a high speed and may be damaged.
Use in a place exposed to high temperatures or humidity, including near radiators and other heatgenerating appliances. Place on a window sill or other place where the recorder will be exposed to direct sunlight. Use in a dusty or damp environment or in a room where it will be exposed to excessive cigarette smoke. Place directly on top of an amplifier, or other component in your stereo system that becomes hot in use. Use near a television or monitor as you may experience interference especially if the television uses an indoor antenna. Use in a kitchen or other room where the recorder may be exposed to smoke or steam. Use on a thick rug or carpet, or cover with cloth this may prevent proper cooling of the unit. Place on an unstable surface, or one that is not large enough to support all four of the units feet.
Frequency 47 MHz to 89 MHz
302 MHz to 470 MHz S21 to SMHz to 862 MHz E21 to E69
VHF (low) VHF (high) Frequency 49 MHz to 65 MHz 104 MHz to 300 MHz Channel FB, FC1, FC F1 to F6 B to Q
SECAM D/K PAL D/K
Frequency 49 MHz to 94 MHz 104 MHz to 300 MHz Channel R1 to R5 R6 to R12 S1 to S20
300 MHz to 470 MHz S21 to SMHz to 862 MHz 21 to 69
STEREO B/G - A2 I - NICAM L - NICAM B/G - NICAM
Receiving system.DVB-T (2 K/8 K COFDM) Tuner VHF/UHF. VHF band III (174 MHz to 230 MHz) UHF band IV, V (470 MHz to 862 MHz) Auto Channel Preset. 999 ch, Auto Preset, Auto Label, Auto Sort Audio. Stereo MPEG layer I/II Audio Decoder.Sampling frequencies: 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz This products digital tuner has been confirmed for use in the following countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, UK.
Antenna.75 IEC 169-2 connector for VHF/UHF in/out (analog). 75 IEC 169-2 connector for VHF/UHF in/out (digital) Video input. AV2 Input level. 1 Vp-p (75 ) Jacks. AV connector Video output. AV1 Output level. 1 Vp-p (75 ) Jacks. AV connector RGB input. AV2 Input level. 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) Jacks. AV connector RGB output. AV1 Output level. 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) Jacks.AV connector (AV1) Audio input.AV2 L/R During audio input. 2 V rms (Input impedance: more than 22 k) Jacks. AV connector Audio output. AV1 During audio output. 2 V rms (Output impedance: less than 1.5 k) Jacks.AV connector (AV1) Control input.Mini jack Digital audio output. Coaxial G-LINK.Mini jack Common Interface. CA module DV input. 4-pin (front) (i.LINK/IEEE 1394 standard) USB. Type A (front), Type B (front) HDMI. 19-pin AV Connectors (21-pin connector assignment) AV connector input/output. 21-pin connector This connector provides the video and audio signals for connection to a compatible colour TV or monitor.
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PIN no. AV1 (RGB)-TV / AV2 (INPUT 1/DECODER) 1. Audio 2/R out / Audio 2/R out 2. / Audio 2/R in 11. G out / G in 3. Audio 1/L out / Audio 1/L out 6. / Audio 1/L in 15. R or C out / R or C in 4. GND 17. GND 7. B out / B in 19. Video out or Y out / Video out 20. / Video in or Y in 8. Status 21. GND Note: The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice, due to improvement.
ON SYSTEM TV OFF
HDMI 1 HDMI 2
ON ON SYSTEM TV OFF
HDD/ DVD JUKE BOX P.LIVE TV
Guide de configuration Aufstellungsanleitung Guida ai collegamenti Gua de instalacin Instellingengids
BY/ON STAND USB DV IN
REC STOP PLAY OPEN/ CLOSE STOP REC
REC STOP OPEN/ CLOSE PLAY
USB DV IN
DISPLAY PAGE TOP MENU
REC STOP OPEN/ CLOSE PLAY STOP REC
OPEN/ CLOSE PLAY STOP
DISPLAY PAGE TOP MENU DISC NAVIGATOR
Disc Navigator (HDD)
10Titles 23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP 23:00 Fri 7:00PM 2ch 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 SP
2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G) 9 20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SP 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G) 8 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP 1h00m(1.0G) 7 19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G)
DISPLAY PAGE TOP MENU TOOLS MENU LIGHT
All Genres HDD SP Remain 30h30m
MUTE SYSTEM CONTROL
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SYSTEM GUIDE TV VOL VOL MUTE SYSTEM CONTROL INFO
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ANTENNA IN AV 2 (INPUT 1/DECODER)
ANTENNA ANTENNA OUT
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
KURO LINK & MCACC
ANTENNA(DIGITAL) IN OUT
5V 30 mA
OUT AV 1 (RGB) TV
Pioneer plasma TV
(KRP-600A / KRP-500A)
ANTENNA (DIGITAL) IN
Pioneer LCD TV
DISPLAY UNIT SYSTEM F.AUDIO iPod MCACC SETUP MIC
OUT IN 3 HDMI IN 2 IN 1
Powe r On
ANT DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT INPUT5 (HDMI)
HDMI OUT IN 3 IN 2 IN 1
AM LOOP OUT 1 OUT 2 CONTROL
IN 2 FM UNBAL 75
ANALOG AUDIO IN
SPEAKERS (8 )
DIGITAL OPTICAL IN1
Basic Digital Tuner Analogue Tuner Video In/ O ut Audio In Audio O ut Language Re cording
Language Clock Setting Input Line System Pow er Save HELPp EPG T Setup N avig ator
DISPLAY UNIT SYSTEM iPod MCACC SETUP MIC
ANT INPUT 1 LAN (10 / 100) SAT INPUT 2 DIGITAL OUT AUD
Channel Favourites Input EPG Home Media Gallery HDMI Control Setup
DIGITAL OUT OPTICAL
HDMI OPTICAL INPUT 1
Picture Sound Power Control Sleep Timer Option System Setup Favourites Setup Position Auto Size Side Mask HDMI Input HDMI Control Setting Blue LED Dimmer Orbiter
Input Setting Power Off Control Power-On Ready Hold Sound Status
: Off : Off : Off : Off
TV VOL VOL MUTE SYSTEM CONTROL
GENRE SOUND DIRECT RTRV
: INPUT1 : On : On : Off
SURR ADV. SURR F.S. SURR
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