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1 Attach the smaller non-skid pads to the base of each of the front, center and surround speakers. The four large non-skid pads are for the receiver subwoofer (as shown). Use the adhesive side of the pads to attach them to the base (flat surface) of each speaker.
As shown in the illustration, stack the speakers from the bottom up in the order front speaker, center speaker, surround speaker. Align the bracket with the respective upper screw hole on the back of the front speaker, the two screw holes on the center speaker, and the bottom screw hole on the surround speaker, and fasten the screws securely.

Bracket Surround speaker

Non-skid pads (small) x 24
Front, Center and Surround speakers

Center speaker

Screw Front speaker
Non-skid pads (large) x 4
When placing the center speakers independently, stack the front speaker on the bottom and the surround speaker on top, then align the 1st and 3rd screw holes from the top of the bracket with the upper screw holes on the back of the speakers, and fasten the two securely.
2 Stack the speakers and fix with the brackets. Each speaker is provided with a color-coded indicator on the model label on the rear side to assist identification. Refer to the color indicators and install the speakers correctly.
Left Model label Blue Green Color indicator White Surround speaker Center speaker Front speaker Right Gray Green Red

Front speaker

Caution Do not attempt to carry the speakers when they are connected with the bracket. Doing so may cause damage to the bracket or worsen damage to the bracket and speakers in the event they are dropped. 3 Connect the speaker system. Refer to Connecting up to connect the speakers properly. After connecting everything, place the speakers as shown in the diagram above for optimal surround sound. After placing the speakers, run the Auto MCACC setup (page 24) to complete your surround sound setup. 8

Standard surround setup
This is a standard multichannel surround sound speaker setup for optimal 5.1 channel home theater sound. The center speakers can be installed independently in the center if desired. 27

Using Front Stage Surround Advance
The Front Stage Surround Advance modes are effective when you are using the Front surround speaker setup as described on page 6.
TV SURR. Surround sound for mono or stereo TV broadcasts SPORTS Suitable for sports programming ADV.GAME Suitable for TV game units VIRTUAL A virtual surround effect using just the subwoofer and front speakers. X-STEREO Powerful surround sound for stereo music sources

Listening in stereo

You can listen to any source stereo or multichannel in stereo. When playing a multichannel source, all channels are downmixed to the front left/right speakers and the subwoofer.
Press F.S.SURR to select a Front Stage Surround Advance mode. Press repeatedly to select FOCUS5.1, WIDE5.1 or EXTRAPWR. FOCUS5.1 Use to provide a rich surround sound effect directed to the center area where the left and right speakers sound projection converges. WIDE5.1 Use to provide a surround sound effect to a wider area than FOCUS5.1 mode. EXTRAPWR Outputs stereo sound (in the case of multi-channel sources, down-mixed stereo sound) from the surround speakers for powerful stereo effect.
Press SURROUND repeatedly until STEREO shows in the display. You can also use the SURROUND button on the display unit to change the listening mode.

Using Advanced Surround

The Advanced Surround effects can be used with any multichannel or stereo source for a variety of additional surround sound effects. These modes are designed to provide optimum listening effect when using the Standard surround setup described on page 8.
Using the Sound Retriever
When audio data is removed during the MP3 or WMA compression process, sound quality often suffers from an uneven sound image. The Sound Retriever feature employs new DSP technology that helps bring CD quality sound back to compressed 2-channel audio by restoring sound pressure and smoothing jagged artifacts left over after compression.

You can search for a program type listed above.
Press the FM/AM button for the FM band.3
2 Press RDS DISP repeatedly until SEARCH appears in the display. 3 Use the / buttons to select the program type you want to hear. 4 Press ENTER to start the search. The system searches the station presets for a match. If it finds one, searching stops for five sec. 5 If you want to keep listening to the station, press ENTER within the five seconds. If you dont press ENTER, searching resumes.
Note 1 In addition, there are three other program types, TEST, ALARM, and NO TYPE. ALARM and TEST are used for emergency announcements. You cant search for these, but the tuner will switch automatically to this RDS broadcast signal. NO TYPE appears when a program type cannot be found. 2 If any noise is picked up while displaying the RT scroll, some characters may be displayed incorrectly. If you see NO RADIO TEXT DATA in the RT display, it means no RT data is sent from the broadcast station. The display will automatically switch to the PS data display (if no PS data, the frequency is displayed). In the PTY display, NO DATA or NO TYPE may be shown. In this case, the PS display is shown after a few seconds. 3 RDS is only possible in the FM band. 31

Surround sound settings

Chapter 8

Select stereo or multichannel playback for a source.
Press SETUP. buttons to select CH LEVEL, then

3 Use the / press ENTER.

Using the Setup menu
From the Setup menu you can access all the surround sound settings of the system1, including channel levels, speaker distances, dynamic range adjustment and dual mono audio playback. Use the following buttons to use the Setup menu.
4 Use / to select a channel; / to adjust the level of that channel. You can adjust the level of each channel by 10 dB. If the system is in Stereo or Virtual mode, or a stereo source is playing in Auto mode, you will not be able to adjust the center or surround channels. 5 Press ENTER when youre finished. If you use the Auto MCACC feature again, it will overwrite the settings you have made here.

Speaker distance setting

The Auto MCACC feature (see page 24) should give you the best surround sound setup. However you may find that by further adjustment of the speaker distance settings you can improve the surround sound in your listening room. Set the distance of each speaker from your normal listening position. 1 Press SETUP. buttons to select DISTANCE, then / to adjust the

Channel level setting

The Auto MCACC feature (see page 24) should give you the best surround sound setup. However you may find that by further adjustment of the channel levels you can improve the surround sound in your listening room. This method of setting the channel levels allows you to listen to a source and adjust the levels of each playback channel. Note that the channel level settings for stereo playback are independent of the settings for surround sound playback. A further method of setting the channel levels is to use the test tone method. See Adjusting the channel levels using the test tone on page 32 for more on this.
3 Use / to select a speaker; distance. Adjust the following speakers: L Front left speaker C Center speaker R Front right speaker SR Surround right speaker SL Surround left speaker SW Subwoofer
Each speaker can be adjusted from 0.3 m to 9.0 m. 4 Press ENTER when youre finished. If you use the Auto MCACC feature again, it will overwrite the settings you have made here.
Note 1 There are other settings you can adjust from the Setup menu; these are explained in Listening to the radio on page 29 and Additional information on page 36. 32

Dynamic Range Control1
When watching Dolby Digital or DTS material at low volume, low level sounds including some of the dialog can be difficult to hear properly. Using one of the Dynamic Range Control (DRC) settings can help by bringing up the low level sounds, while controlling high level peaks. Dynamic Range Control works only with Dolby Digital soundtracks and some DTS soundtracks. 1 Press SETUP. / buttons to select DRC, then press
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 31). A test tone is played through each speaker in turn, allowing you to adjust the level as it plays. Note that the channel level settings for stereo sources are independent of the settings for surround sound sources.
3 Use / to select a setting. Select one of the following: DRC OFF (default) No dynamic range adjustment (use when listening at higher volume) DRC MID Mid setting DRC HIGH Dynamic range is reduced (loud sounds are reduced in volume while quieter sounds are increased) 4 Press ENTER to exit.

Dual mono setting2

Specifies how dual mono encoded Dolby Digital or DTS soundtracks should be played. You can also use this setting to switch the audio channel on DVD-RW discs recorded with bilingual audio. 1 Press SETUP.

DivX video compatibility
If you load a disc that contains DivX VOD content not authorized for this recorder, the message Authorization Error is displayed and the content will not play. Resetting the recorder (as described in Resetting the recorder on page 161) will not cause you to lose your registration code.
DivX is a compressed digital video format created by the DivX video codec from DivX, Inc. This recorder can play DivX video files burned on CD-R/-RW/-ROM discs. Keeping the same terminology as DVD-Video, individual DivX video files are called Titles. When naming files/ titles on a CD-R/-RW disc prior to burning, keep in mind that by default they will be played in alphabetical order. Official DivX Certified product. Plays all versions of DivX video (including DivX 6) with standard playback of DivX media files. File extensions:.avi and.divx (these must be used for the recorder to recognize DivX video files). Note that all files with the.avi extension are recognized as MPEG4, but not all of these are necessarily DivX video files and therefore may not be playable on this recorder. File structure: Up to 99 folders or 999 files. DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.

JPEG file compatibility

Compatible formats: Baseline JPEG and EXIF 2.2* still image files *File format used by digital still cameras Sampling ratio: 4:4:4, 4:2:2, 4:2:0 Horizontal resolution: 160 to 5120 pixels Vertical resolution: 120 to 3840 pixels Progressive JPEG compatible: No File extensions:.jpg,.jpeg,.jpe,.jif,.jfif (must be used for the recorder to recognize JPEG 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)
PC-created disc compatibility
Discs recorded using a personal computer may not be playable in this recorder due to the setting of the application software used to create the disc. In these particular instances, check with the software publisher for more detailed information. Discs recorded in packet write mode (UDF format) are not compatible with this recorder. Check the DVD-R/-RW or CD-R/-RW software disc boxes for additional compatibility information.

VOD content

In order to play DivX VOD (video on demand) content on this recorder, you first need to register the recorder with your DivX VOD content provider. You do this by generating a DivX VOD registration code, which you submit to your provider. Some DivX VOD content may only be playable a fixed number of times. When you load a disc containing this type of DivX VOD content, the remaining number of plays is shown on-screen and you then have the option of playing the disc (thereby using up one of the remaining plays), or stopping. If you load a disc that contains expired DivX VOD content (for example, content that has zero remaining plays), the message Rental Expired is displayed. If your DivX VOD content allows an unlimited number of plays, then you may load the disc into your recorder and play the content as often as you like, and no message will be displayed. Important DivX VOD content is protected by a DRM system. This restricts playback of content to specific, registered devices.

To recorder's antenna input
1 Connect RF antenna cables as shown. See Connecting a TV antenna on page 49 for more on RF antenna connections, including from this recorder to your TV.
2 Use a SCART cable (not supplied) to connect the AV1 (RGB)-TV AV connector to a SCART AV connector on your TV. This enables you to watch discs.
3 Use another SCART cable to connect the AV2 (INPUT 1/DECODER) AV connector to a SCART AV connector on your cable box/satellite receiver. This enables you to record scrambled TV channels. 4 Plug the supplied G-LINK cable to the G-LINK jack. This enables you to control the tuner in the external receiver using the GUIDE Plus+ system. Position the IR transmitter end of the G-LINK cable so that the IR receiver on your cable/satellite receiver will pick up the control signals (see diagram).


G-LINK cable
Note 1 The diagram shows SCART video connections, but you can alternatively use any of the other audio/video connections. 52

See the manual that came with your cable/satellite receiver if youre not sure where the IR receiver is on the front panel. Alternatively, experiment with the remote control, operating it from very close range until you find the place where the receiver responds. Tip This recorder has a through function which allows you to record a TV programme from the built-in TV tuner in this recorder while watching a video playing on your VCR (To use this feature when the recorder is in standby, Power Save must be set to Off see Power Save on page 137).
Antenna/cable TV wall outlet To antenna input

SCART AV connection

VCR/Satellite receiver /Cable box


Connecting an external decoder box (1)
If you have an external, dedicated decoder box for your satellite or cable TV system, use the setup described on this page. See above for how to connect the G-LINK cable. Important Do not connect your decoder box directly to this recorder. Information from the decoder (for example, relating to pay TV services), is only viewable when this recorder is off (in standby). For timer recording to work properly on this recorder, the VCR/satellite receiver/cable box must also be switched on during recording. It is not possible to watch one TV programme and record another using this setup.
1 Connect the cable from the antenna/cable TV outlet to the antenna input on your VCR/satellite receiver/cable box. 2 Use a SCART cable (not supplied) to connect your decoder to your VCR/satellite receiver/cable box. See the manual for your decoder box for more detailed instructions. 3 Use a SCART cable to connect your VCR/satellite receiver/cable box to the AV2 (INPUT 1/DECODER) AV connector on this recorder. 4 Use a SCART cable to connect the AV1 (RGB)-TV AV connector to your TV.

5 Select an Aerial Power setting1 for the built-in digital tuner. On: power is always supplied to the connected aerial, whether the recorder is on or in standby.
Auto: power is only supplied when this recorder is on.
Off: power is never supplied to the aerial.
Choose a language (then press ENTER).
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/ O ut Audio In Audio O ut Language Re cording Playback Language Clock Setting Input Line System Pow er Save HELPp Setup N avig ator
6 Select Auto Scan to start scanning for D.TV channels. Select Do not set if you want to skip D.TV channel setup (because they have already been set up, for example), then skip to step 8 below.
7 Select your country. The recorder starts scanning for new channels. After the scan is complete the recorder will let you know how many new channels were found. The country setting will apply to both the digital and analog TV tuners. The clock will also be set automatically here if D.TV channels are found. If no new channels were found a message appears asking if you want to scan again. Check the aerial connection before selecting Yes. (If you select No, skip to step 8 below.)
Note 1 If the recorder does not accept the On or Auto setting (the highlight jumps back to Off), check that the antenna is properly connected and that it is not shorted, then try making the setting again. 57

8 Select the analog TV (A.TV) Auto Channel Setting (Auto Scan or Download from TV), or Do not set.
k Setting Auto Channel Setting Line System er Save P English Auto Scan Download from TV
Auto clock setting Some TV channels broadcast time signals together with the programme. This recorder can use these signals to set the clock automatically. Set Clock Set CH to the channel preset number that broadcasts a time signal, then move the cursor down to Start and press ENTER.
k Setting Auto Clock Setting Line System Date er Save Time P p Navigator Clock Set CH / / : Pr 1 Start

p Navigator Do not Set

Select Do not set if you want to skip channel setup (because they have already been set up, for example).


Change the programme numbers as you
Checking the downloaded data the following day
Display the GUIDE Plus+ screen.
like. Changing the programme numbers allows you to decide the order in which the channels change when stepping through them sequentially. You can do this to group certain channels together, for example.
On/Off On On On On On On On Off On
Source D. TV D. TV D. TV D. TV D. TV Ext. Rec. 1 D. TV D. TV D. TV

Prog. No. 017

You should see a grid filled with channel logos and TV listings information. Use the / buttons to review the list. If you notice that there are channels missing, or that there are channels in the list that you dont get, go to the Editor screen: Press repeatedly until the Menu bar is highlighted. until Editor is highlighted. The main area of Press the screen now shows a list of channels. Those that are turned ON are displayed in the grid; those that are OFF are hidden. Use the / / / buttons to move down the list and turn channels ON or OFF as necessary.
3 When youre done, press the BLUE Action button (Home) to get back to the GUIDE Plus+ home screen. You can find detailed information on using the GUIDE Plus+ system in the following chapter. 62

Using the GUIDE Plus+ electronic programme guide
This chapter is only applicable if the EPG Type Select setting made in the Setup Navigator (or the Initial Setup menu) is set to GUIDE Plus+.
Using the GUIDE Plus+ system
All the various features and areas are colour-coded for ease of navigation. All screens (with the exception of some setup screens) have the following common elements:

The GUIDE Plus+ system

The GUIDE Plus+ system* is a free, interactive onscreen television programming guide.1 The system provides programme listings for all major channels, onetouch recording, searching by genre, recommendations according to your profile and more. The GUIDE Plus+ system is a convenient way to find out whats on right now or during the coming week, by channel or by genre. The GUIDE Plus+ system also allows you to automatically set your viewing and recording selections quickly and easily. In order to receive the correct TV listings information for your country or region you need to set up the GUIDE Plus+ system and download the TV listings information. If you havent already done this, please turn to Setting up the GUIDE Plus+ system on page 59 before proceeding. * GUIDE Plus+, SHOWVIEW, VIDEO Plus+, G-LINK are (1) registered trademarks or trademarks of, (2) manufactured under license from and (3) subject of various international patents and patent applications owned by, or licensed to, Gemstar-TV Guide International, Inc. and/or its related affiliates. 73

Using the digital electronic programme guide
This chapter is only applicable if the EPG Type Select setting made in the Setup Navigator (or the Initial Setup menu) is set to Digital EPG. The general programme list may show sections whose bottom right corners have been folded. This indicates that other programmes have been scheduled for that period. To view the title of such a programme and related information, highlight a folded section, and then press /.

The Digital EPG system

The Digital EPG shows a table of scheduled digital TV programmes and detailed information about individual programmes. It also allows you easily to select and tune to a particular programme.1 The Digital EPG screen consists of programme Information, Channel List and General Programme List. This section describes information displayed in the schedule and information windows. Note that the recorders clock must be set to the correct time and date to ensure all relevant EPG information is displayed.

Programme information

Channel number Station name Programme title Appear when other programmes have been scheduled for the same period Programme schedule Programme genre

General Programme List

Appears when the schedule table can be scrolled forward or backward Time schedule Channel list Highlights the currently selected channel Indicates the programme set for recording Appears when other programmes (often short ones) have been scheduled for the same period Programme title Time dividers
Note 1 EPG information is only viewable for D.TV programmes that provide EPG information. 74

Using the Digital EPG
Using the Digital EPG you can check the schedule of digital TV programmes, view information about desired programmes, and/or select programmes.
GUIDE 1 Press to display the Digital EPG screen. The EPG screen updates automatically if the EPG data is acquired successfully. If not, the Digital EPG screen shows a blank image.
To quit the display of detailed information, press INFO again (or RETURN/EXIT).
D007 ************ 13:40 - 14:05
************* **************************

Select a TV programme.

Press to exit the Digital EPG screen.

Setting timer programmes

Using the Digital EPG, its easy to set digital TV programmes for recording2. 1

Scanning discs

A L L (except WMA)
You can scan discs at various speeds, forwards or backwards.During playback, start reverse or forward scanning. The scanning speed is shown on-screen. 2 Press repeatedly to change the scanning speed. There are four scanning speeds available when playing HDD video, a DVD or a DivX title. Reverse playback is also possible with HDD and DVD video.2 There are two scanning speeds for other types of disc.
3 Choose a view option, then press ENTER. The title list display is updated according to the new display preferences.
Using the Disc Navigator with playback-only discs
DVD-Video CD Video CD Super VCD WMA/MP3 DivX

Display the Home Menu.

Resume normal playback.

Select Disc Navigator.

Note 1 No subtitles are displayed when scanning DVDs and DivX titles. No sound is output when scanning from the HDD, DVDs and DivX, except on forward SCAN 1. Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume when a new chapter is reached on a DVD disc. 2 Reverse playback may not be smooth. 96

Playing in slow motion
DVD HDD Video CD Super VCD DivX

The Play Mode menu

You can play video at various slow motion speeds. DVDs and video on the HDD can be played in slow motion in either direction, while Video CDs/Super VCDs and DivX titles can only be played forwards in slow motion. There is no sound when playing in slow motion.
The Play Mode menu gives you access to search functions, repeat and programme play functions.

Play Mode

Select Play Mode from the Home Menu.

Pause playback.

Search Mode A-B Repeat Repeat Programme
Time Search Title Search Chapter Search
2 Press and hold to start slow motion reverse or forward play.
3 Press repeatedly to change the slow motion speed. The current playback speed is indicated on-screen.

Search Mode

The Search Mode feature lets you start playback from a specified point in a disc by time2 or by title/chapter/ folder/track number.
Frame advance/frame reverse
1 Select Search Mode from the Play Mode menu, then choose a search option. The available search options depend on the type of disc.
You can advance or back up video on a DVD disc1 or the HDD frame-by-frame. With Video CDs/Super VCDs and DivX titles, you can only use frame advance.
Enter a title/chapter/folder/track number or a search time.
Play Mode Search Mode A-B Repeat Repeat Programme Time Search Title Search Chapter Search Input Time 0.01.00
2 Back up or advance one frame with each press. You can also do this by rotating the Smart Jog. 137

The Initial Setup menu

Chapter 15

Using the Initial Setup menu
The Initial Setup menu is where you can set various recorder options for sound, picture, language and so on. Some settings can only be changed when the recorder is stopped. During playback and recording these settings are grayed out in the Initial Setup menu. Except for the Setup Navigator, menu screens are exited automatically after 20 minutes of inactivity. Press HOME MENU and select Initial Setup. In the table below, the default option is marked with a.
Setting Basic Clock Setting Auto Manual Set the channel that broadcasts a clock signal and the clock will be set automatically. If there is no channel that broadcasts a clock signal in your area, you can set the time and date manually. Options Explanation
If any digital TV channels are set then the clock will automatically be set. The clock must be set in order to use timer recording.

Input Line System

525 System 625 System
Use for NTSC or PAL-60 recording from an external input. Use for standard PAL or SECAM recording.
This setting is applicable only when recording from an external input. See also About the input line system on page 146 for more information on this setting.

Power Save

Mode 1 Mode 2 Off
Only signals arriving at the antenna input are passed through to the antenna output when the recorder is in standby. No input signals are passed through to the outputs when the recorder is in standby. When the recorder is in standby, all signals arriving at the SCART and antenna inputs are passed along to the outputs. Switches on the automatic Help screens for GUI displays. Switches off the automatic Help screens for GUI displays. (Press HELP on the remote to manually display the Help screen.) Use the Gemstar GUIDE Plus+ EPG. Use the EPG based on information provided by D.TV broadcasts. Select to start the Setup Navigator. See also Switching on and setting up on page 56.

HELP Setting

On Off

EPG Type Select

GUIDE Plus+ Digital EPG
Setup Navigator Digital Tuner Replace Channels

Next Screen

Scans for digital channels and replaces all the channel presets with the results. Before the scan starts you will need to select your country. After the scan is complete the recorder tells you whether any new channels were found, and if so, how many. (You can cancel the scan before it has nished by pressing HOME MENU or RETURN/EXIT. In this case, no channels are set.)
If you execute a Replace Channels command, any timer recordings set for D.TV channels will be erased. 138

Setting Add New Channels

Options Next Screen

Explanation Automatically scans for new digital channels. After the scan is complete the recorder tells you whether any new channels were found, and if so, how many. (You can cancel the scan before it has nished by pressing HOME MENU or RETURN/EXIT. In this case, no new channels are set.) Use this screen to sort channel presets into your prefered order. Use the / / / buttons to highlight the channel you want to move, press ENTER. Use the cursor buttons again to highlight the position you want to move the channel preset to, then press ENTER again. (If there are more channel presets than will t on one screen, you can select the next/previous page by highlighting the small triangular marks and pressing ENTER.) From this screen you can skip or lock channels. Locked channels will require the correct password to be entered before the channel can be watched. Use the / / / buttons to highlight a preference box and press ENTER to toggle the preference. To enter this screen, input the parental lock password when prompted (if one has not yet been set then the password you enter becomes the parental lock password). No channels are automatically skipped. Radio channels are skipped when selecting channels. Data channels are skipped when selecting channels. Radio and data channels are skipped when selecting channels. Use this screen to check the signal level and quality of digital channels. Use the / buttons to change the RF channel; select Add New Channels then press ENTER to scan for new channels; press HOME MENU to exit. Power is supplied to the connected aerial (antenna) when this recorder is on or in standby. Power is supplied to the connected aerial (antenna) only when this recorder is on. This recorder does not supply power to the connected aerial (antenna). 147

Selecting other languages for language options
Using Software Update (Digital tuner)
The Software Update function can keep the built-in digital tuner up to date with the latest system software. You can either check for updates manually, or have the recorder do it automatically at regular intervals. Access the Software Update screen from the Options menu. There are three options available: Manual Update, Auto Update and Technical Information.
1 Select Other from the language list. This option appears in the settings for DVD Menu Language, Audio Language, and Subtitle Language.
Select the language you want.
Initial Setup Basic Digital Tuner Analogue Tuner Video In/Out Audio In

Language Audio Out

Manual Update
Select Manual Update to check for updated software immediately. If new software is found then it is automatically downloaded and installed. The new software will take effect the next time the recorder is powered on. If for some reason the new software could not be downloaded successfully, a dialog box informs you of the error. Press HOME MENU to exit or RETURN/EXIT to return to the previous screen.

DVD Menu Language

Audio Language Language Subtitle Language Number Auto Language


DVD Menu Language Subtitle Display

Language Recording

Select by language name: Use the change the language.

buttons to

Select by code number: Press then use the number buttons to enter the four-digit language code.
See Language code list on page 158 for a list of available languages and corresponding codes.
Note that channel information may be erased when software update is used, and that timer recording will not work during the update. To cancel manual update before it has completed, press HOME MENU.

Auto Update

By default, the Auto Update option is On, which means that periodically the recorder will check for and update the digital tuner software if its available. We recommend that you leave this option On. If new software is found and successfully downloaded, the recorder automatically scans for new digital channels, informing you if any are found (this is the equivalent of using the Add New Channel option, found in the Digital Tuner section of the Initial Setup menu).

Technical Information

This displays the current hardware and software version numbers of the digital tuner. 148

Chapter 16
Using the TV remote control buttons
Setting up the remote to control your TV 159

Country/Area code list
Country/Area, Country/Area code, Code letter
Argentina, 0118, ar Australia, 0121, au Austria, 0120, at Belgium, 0205, be Brazil, 0218, br Canada, 0301, ca Chile, 0312, cl China, 0314, cn Denmark, 0411, dk Finland, 0609, fi France, 0618, fr Germany, 0405, de Hong Kong, 0811, hk India, 0914, in Indonesia, 0904, id Italy, 0920, it Japan, 1016, jp Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr Malaysia, 1325, my Mexico, 1324, mx Netherlands, 1412, nl New Zealand, 1426, nz Norway, 1415, no Pakistan, 1611, pk Philippines, 1608, ph Portugal, 1620, pt Russian Federation, 1821, ru Singapore, 1907, sg Spain, 0519, es Sweden, 1905, se Switzerland, 0308, ch Taiwan, 2023, tw Thailand, 2008, th United Kingdom, 0702, gb USA, 2119, us
Screen sizes and disc formats
When viewing on a standard TV or monitor Screen format of disc 16:9 Setting 4:3 (Letter Box) Appearance The programme is shown in widescreen with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.

4:3 (Pan & Scan)

The sides of the programme are cropped so that the picture lls the whole screen.
4:3 (Letter Box) 4:3 (Pan & Scan)
The programme is presented correctly on either setting.
When viewing on a widescreen TV or monitor Screen format of disc 16:9 Setting 16:9 Appearance The programme is presented in widescreen.
Your TV will determine how the picture is presented check the manual that came with the TV for details. 160

Damaged discs

Handling discs

When holding discs of any type, take care not to leave fingerprints, dirt or scratches on the disc surface. Hold the disc by its edge or by the center hole and edge. Damaged or dirty discs can affect playback and recording performance. Take care also not to scratch the label side of the disc. Although not as fragile as the recorded side, scratches can still result in a disc becoming unusable. Should a disc become marked with fingerprints, dust, etc., clean using a soft, dry cloth, wiping the disc lightly from the center to the outside edge. Do not wipe with a circular motion.



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