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|Streatveur||11:29am on Thursday, October 7th, 2010|
|Brilliant! this is Brilliant!i have only had it 4 2weeks and i am absolutely loving it! Super machine Hi, I purchased this kit from amazon just before christmas a steel in my opinion.|
|locochico||10:30am on Saturday, September 25th, 2010|
|Brilliant! this is Brilliant!i have only had it 4 2weeks and i am absolutely loving it!|
|Geoff||6:40pm on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010|
|There are several advantages that Toshiba D-R1 DVD recorder has over other DVD recorders.|
|lucadp||7:29am on Sunday, May 9th, 2010|
|The Toshiba D-R1 is a good value and a great DVD recorder with solid feature set and performance.|
|mstoer||12:31am on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|I bought my Toshiba DR1 last November when on offer in Richer sounds for £199 (see that they have a few now for £149) while local high street retailer...|
|youzeq||5:45pm on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010|
|I got this for NZD149.00, a bargain in this country. Most start at around NZD300.00 and thats just for a Philips! Very good picture and sound Complicated to use. Takes time to learn. Very fussy about Disk Media. You must use TDK-RW or R-Media. The Toshiba DR1 takes a long time to learn how to use it, the features probably are useful and impressive if you have the time.|
|mrhealthpatriot||11:52pm on Monday, April 5th, 2010|
|Seemed to play DVDs ok, but the tuning and general setup was so awkward and long winded I gave up and returned it.|
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O Deleting contents cannot restore the disc space. After you execute DVD-video finalize process on a recorded disc, you cannot delete contents of the disc. O After you execute DVD-video finalize process on a recorded disc, you cannot add contents to the disc. O O X X
Recording additionally on a recorded disc
Indexing recorded contents Naming a title Creating a thumbnail Collecting favorite scenes (Playlist Editing) Making a new title from a Playlist containing favorite scenes (Copy within the same disc) Playing contents recorded on this player, on other devices
O O X X
Contents can be played on any devices compatible with DVD-RAM discs. Follow the instruction of the device to play.
Execute DVD-Video finalize process on this recorder. This process makes the disc playable on other devices compatible with DVD-Video format. (Some models excepted.) Initialize the disc.
Execute DVD-Video finalize process on this recorder. This process makes the disc playable on other devices compatible with DVD-Video format. (Some models excepted.)
When a message appears and Initialize the disc. If it is still unusable, try to the loaded disc cannot be execute DVD-RAM Physical used: Format.
Index to parts and controls
See pages with arrows for details.
Front panel and top panel
ON/STANDBY ON/STANDBY TIMESLIP INPUT SELECT CHANNEL
INPUT 2 S-VIDEO VIDEO L
1 ON/STANDBY button 2 TIMESLIP button
page 20, 21 Turns the power on/restores the unit in the standby mode.
(PAUSE) button page 35, 56 Stops playback or recording momentarily. (STOP) button page 35, 56 Stops playback or recording. (PICTURE SEARCH) button Scans the picture backwards. (PICTURE SEARCH) button Scans the picture forward. (PLAY) button Starts playback. page 61 page 65
page 63, 64 Selects the time slip mode. page 38 Pressing repeatedly selects between various input sources. page 20, 33
3 INPUT SELECT button 4 CHANNEL buttons 5 6
Selects the channel.
Notes You can enter up to 64 characters. When unnecessary information appears, or when you want to alter the input character, press the CLEAR button to erase all, or press the DELETE button to erase an unnecessary character.
Playback Editing Library Function setup Others
DVD-RAM DVD-RW DVD-R
Recording a TV program
To record a TV program currently being broadcast, follow the procedures of this chapter. Preparation
Load a DVD-RAM/R/RW disc into the recorder. - Load a disc which has sufficient space available to record the program. - Make sure the loaded disc is not write-protected. If you record on a DVD-R or a DVD-RW disc, set DVD Video Compatibility ( DVD-R/RW recording, Off setting is regarded as SAP. If you record on a DVD-R or DVD-RW disc, set Aspect Ratio (Video mode) ( sources. page 132) to Main or SAP. In page 132) according to recording
Press INPUT SELECT repeatedly to select a recording source.
Each time you press the button, the indicator alternates.
TIMESLIP V-REMOTE INSTANT REPLAY INSTANT SKIP
To record a TV program or CATV program. To record a source connected to the INPUT1 jacks on the rear panel ( page 37). To record a source connected to the INPUT2 jacks on the front panel ( page 37). To record a source connected to the INPUT3 jacks on the rear panel ( page 37).
REC MENU LIBRARY
RE TU PI C PLAY
DISPLAY TIME BAR CHP DIVIDE
DIMMER FL SELECT TV
P in P
VOLUME INPUT SELECT
To record a program from a connected cable box or satellite receiver, set the channel to Ch-3, Ch-4, or L-1 according to the connection (the same as page 39 on INSTALLATION GUIDE). Select the proper channel on the cable box or satellite receiver to receive the desired program.
Press the number buttons to select a channel to record.
e.g. To select channel 6.
To select channel 12. (Press in series.)
EDIT MENU CONTENT MENU
The CHANNEL buttons (
) are also available.
Press QUICK MENU to display the Quick Menu.
SETUP 0 +10
EXTEND REC MODE TV CODE T.SEARCH 3 CLEAR 6 DELETE 9
Press / to select AV Record Quality, then press ENTER.
Press ADJUST to select the setting number.
AV Record Quality
Open the lid.
Setting 1 SP 4.6
D / M1
Custom Setting Setting Mode Rate Audio Quality Manual 6. L-PCM SP 4. D / M1 LP 2. D / M1 Manual 6. D / M2 Manual 3. D / M1 Total Recording Time: approx. 71min. (with 4.7 GB unused)
page 41 for details on Mode, Rate and See Audio Quality. (Continued)
Recording Recording a TV program (Continued)
The menu disappears.
Selecting the recording mode
Before recording, you can select the setting of picture and sound quality. During stop mode, press the REC MODE button. By pressing the button repeatedly, you can select one from 5 settings of AV Record Quality appearing in the front panel display.
Notes During recording, you cannot change the recording parameters, such as modes, channels, etc. The number of titles cannot exceed 99 for any disc. During normal recording, you can set the programmed recording using the REC MENU. You cannot start recording immediately before a programmed recording starts. During monaural sound recording, the same sound is recorded on both the left and right channels. When Audio is set to L-PCM, multi-channel sound is recorded as stereo sound. When playing this recorded sound, you will hear MTS and SAP sounds simultaneously. Press the AUDIO button to select a desired sound. When DVD Video Compatibility is set to Main or SAP, the unit records the same sounds on both the left and right channels when receiving monaural sound. When receiving the bilingual sound, the selected sound, Main or SAP, is recorded on both the left and right channels. Depending on the disc contents, pressing the REC button may take longer time to start recording. When a starting time of a programmed recording comes, a recording in execution is stopped and the programmed recording starts. If you want not to stop the recording, cancel the timer program before it starts. Even if you set Aspect Ratio (Video mode) to 16:9, images are recorded in 4:3 aspect ratio when using a DVD-R or DVDRW disc with Rate set to 1.4 (Mbps). Be careful of a programmed recording across the change-over of Daylight-saving time ( page 27).
To stop recording
Press the STOP button.
To pause recording (to omit an unnecessary portion)
During recording, press the PAUSE button. To resume recording, press it again.
USA MY TWO DADS Comedy 586858 5:35 TBS GOOD TIMES Comedy 2261858
Open the lid of the remote control, and press VCR Plus+.
The REC MENU and VCR + setting display appear.
7/8 (Tu) PM 21:00 Timer Programing 1/ 1 Exec CH Date Start End Media Mode Rate Audio Disc
L2 10/ 11(Fr) 13:30 L1 every Fri 8:00 :
15:20 22:20 :
DVD LP 2.2 DVD Auto 4.6 DVD SP 4.6
D/M1 D/M1 D/M1
VCR PLUS+ PLUS CODE:
Press the appropriate number buttons to enter the PlusCode.
Refer to newspapers or TV magazines to obtain PlusCodes. To correct entered digits, press the CLEAR button to erase them and press the number buttons to re-enter again.
Note When you enter the number starting from 0, a 9-digit number is entered.
EXTEND REC MODE
T.SEARCH 3 CLEAR 6 DELETE 9
The entered program is highlighted.
Open the lid. CLEAR
Select an item by pressing / , then press ADJUST ( / ) to set the item, if necessary.
For details about items, see
Note If Cable Box/DSS is set to Use ( page 38, INSTALLATION GUIDE), 3, 4 or L1 is automatically entered in CH according to your setting of Output Channel. To record a desired channel, be sure to change the CH setting to it.
Notes The maximum timer program capacity is 32. Any new program will be rejected if the recorder is full. To enter a new program, you must cancel an existing one ( page 43). Depending on the program, an actual recording may continue a few minutes longer than programmed. Entries made under the following conditions will be rejected. when an entry is for a non existing program. when the digit order of an entry is in error. when the guide channel has not yet been set. To erase a timer program, press the QUICK MENU button to display a Quick Menu on the REC MENU. For details, see Deleting a timer program ( page 43). While displaying the REC MENU, the VCR Plus+ programming is not available. When recording onto a DVD-R/RW disc, set DVD Compatible Mode ( page 41) to the desired recording sound for each timer program. In the event of a broadcast delay, the next program starts even if when the start time arrives prior to the end of the previous program.
To enter another program, repeat steps 1 to 5.
After completing all your entries, press REC MENU.
The REC MENU disappears.
Reservation Disc (Program Record Lock)
This function is convenient when you wish to record multiple serial related programs on the same disc. The disc on which you write the reservation data is called Reservation Disc. A Reservation Disc may contain only one reservation. Once a Reservation Disc is created, you cannot use other discs to record the same serial program. The Reservation Disc can be used only for recording a program reserved for the Reservation Disc. As an example, if you create a Reservation Disc for a serial broadcast from 9 pm to 10 pm on Monday, then you can use that disc only for that program. When you attempt to make a reservation or record that serial, the recorder will ask you to insert that Reservation Disc.
About picture quality (SP, LP, Auto, Manual mode)
The higher you set the bite rate, the more the volume of information for the picture. The lower the bit rate, the less the volume of picture information. However a high bit rate does not always mean that the picture quality is high. The difference between the 1.4 Mbps and 9.2 Mbps is obvious, but when comparing similar bit rates, the difference may be insignificant. Generally when you set the bit rate low for longer recording time, the data volume shortage will result in a lack of detail information. As a result, the picture quality is decreased (more noticable with dynamically moving images). For example, square noises (block noise) may occur in a scene with fast action or a scene with light and shadows, such as a water surface. This recorder has a two settings, 2 hour recording at SP mode or 4 hour recording at LP mode (both assume a blank 4.7 GB DVD-RAM). It is recommended to consider the SP mode as a standard mode and use the LP mode when you want to record for long time regardless of the picture quality. If you want to record for about 2 hours or are uncertain which one to select, select the Auto mode.
Sound recording format onto DVD-RAM discs. When recording, sounds are converted into digital signals and compressed. In playback, they are extracted to the D /M1 original sound. The standard differenciates D /M2 in data volume to use. D /M1 and and D /M2 are applied the digital recording technology for consumer products of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby D /M1 and Dolby Digital Digital 192 kbps is set for D /M2. 384 kbps for
L-PCM (Linear PCM)
Sound recording format, like Dolby Digital. However, sounds are converted into digital signals and recorded as they are without compression. This process requires more data than Dolby Digital.
Play your favorite contents.
Introduction and notes Playing recorded contents (CONTENT MENU) Playing a DVD video disc Pausing a TV broadcast to resume later Playing a TV program currently being recorded Playing at various speeds Locating by entering the number Using the graphic remote control (Virtual Remote) Watching a TV broadcast in the sub window (P in P Playback) Selecting the camera angle Selecting Subtitles Zooming a picture Selecting the Sound Checking the current status and settings Functions in a Quick Menu
SAP (Second Audio Program broadcast)
A separate audio program, usually broadcast in a second language with the main language.
Sounds in playback
You can play SAP and/or stereo broadcasts with this reorder. Refer to steps 1 and 2 to select a desired audio.
Desired sound SAP sound Stereo sound L, R indicators on the front panel R (right) is on. Both R (right) and L (left) are on. Sound output SAP Stereo Sound
REMAIN DIMMER FL SELECT TV TV/VIDEO
Language name / sound recording system / No. of channels e.g.
Sound Output 1 English PCM 2ch
VCD Stereo Stereo L Stereo R ( Back to Stereo) The display turns off if you do not operate for more than 3 seconds.
If you press the / buttons to select Output, you can page 126) by using select the audio output setting ( the ADJUST buttons.
Playback Selecting the Sound (Continued)
According to your setting of SAP on the setup menu screen, ( page 126), the sound is recorded onto different channels of the disc below. Set SAP to On or Off appropriately.
Setting on the setup screen DVD Compatible Mode SAP Off Off Type of receiving broadcast Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono Stereo + SAP Mono + SAP Stereo Mono L Mono L Mono L+R Mono L Mono L Mono L Mono L+R Mono L Mono L Mono L Mono SAP SAP L Mono Contents of recorded sound Lch Rch R Mono R Mono SAP SAP R Mono R Mono R Mono L+R Mono R Mono R Mono R Mono SAP SAP R Mono Type of record Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Dual Mono Dual Mono Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo Stereo
Notes Some discs allow you to change audio selections only via the disc menu. If this is the case, press the MENU button and choose the appropriate language from the selections on the disc menu. page 122) When you turn on the recorder or replace a disc, the recorder returns to the initial default setting. ( Depending on the disc, the sound that is specified the disc is played back. Immediately after you have switched sounds, there may be a temporary discrepancy between the display and actual sound. The BITSTREAM/PCM jack may not output SAP sound you select. In this instance, set Audio Out Select to PCM. ( page 126) You cannot change SAP sound if recorded with DVD Video Compatibility ( page 130) set to On. Even when DVD Video Compatibility ( page 130) is set to Off, the recorder regards it as Main when recording to a DVD-R/RW disc.
Output sound conversion table
Audio setting ( Bitstream Disc Sound format BITSTREAM/ Analog (L/R) PCM jack jacks Dolby Digital Bitstream 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/24 bit Linear 48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit DVDPCM 96 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit video 96 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit disc* 96 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit DTS Bitstream MPEG2 Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit VIDEO CD MPEG1 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit Audio Linear PCM 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit DTS CD Bitstream (Noise) Dolby Digital Bitstream 48 kHz/20 bit DVDLinear PCM 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit RAM/RW MPEG2 Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit page 126) and output in the default setting display Analog 2ch PCM BITSTREAM/ BITSTREAM/ Analog (L/R) Analog (L/R) PCM jack PCM jack jacks jacks Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 96 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 96 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 96 kHz/24 bit 48 kHz/24 bit Bitstream Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit 44.1 kHz/16 bit Bitstream Bitstream (Noise) (Noise) Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/20 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit Bitstream 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit 48 kHz/16 bit Virtual Surround playback is possible ( page 126)
* DVD video disc above does not include DVD-R/RW discs recorded on this recorder. Do not select a connection or setting indicated as Noise in the above list.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby, Pro Logic and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. Confidential unpublished works. Copyright 1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
Checking the current status and settings
You can confirm operational status and setting details.
Operational status and setting details
The following on-screen display appears. (The actual display varies depending on the disc.) e.g. while playing a DVD-RAM disc Elapsed time of a title/ Elapsed time of a chapter Title No./ Chapter No. Status display e.g.
002: 00:10:29 005: 00:05:15 Title repeat
Mode indicator Operating disc Receiving channel
TU PI C PLAY
Press DISPLAY again.
An expanded display appears. (Actual display varies depending on the disc.) e.g.
002: 00:10:29 Title 005: 00:05 :15 repeat Virtual Surround : DNR (Recording) : Picture Quality : : Audio Quality : Audio : Audio Output : Subtitle Off
1 Stereo R Original Bitstream - Off
Press DISPLAY again to turn the display off.
Using the time bar
The time bar shows the current progress in playback or recording.
During playback or recording, press TIME BAR.
The time bar appears. (The actual display varies depending on the disc.) e.g. Playback
Locator (Shows the current location.)
Note Time display is an approximation.
00 : 00 : 00
Location 00 : 55 : 00:00F
01 : 30 : 00
Total playing time of a current title (In the case of a VIDEO CD or audio CD, it shows the total playing time of the disc.)
Location 00 : 18 : 00
00 : 30 : 00
Elapsed recording time (per 30 minutes) (Recording end time if it comes within 30 minutes.)
Changing the location of the time bar
While the time bar is displayed, press the buttons. The time bar shifts up and down. /
Turning off the time bar
Press the TIME BAR button.
Functions in a Quick Menu
Besides these examples, various other ones are introduced on respective pages for your convenience. page 23 on how to operate the Quick Menu. See To play repeatedly (Repeat playback)
You can repeat a desired section. 1) During playback, press the QUICK MENU button. 2) Press the / buttons to select Special Playback Mode, then press the ENTER button.
Repeat All ORG Titles DVD-RAM : To repeat all original titles in a disc. Repeat All PL Titles DVD-RAM : To repeat all playlist titles in a disc. Cancel repeat : (in Repeat playback mode) To resume normal playback. Playback of a DVD-RAM disc stops.
Notes Some discs may not permit repeat operation. You cannot use repeat playback in conjunction with Random play. If you press the STOP button during repeat playback, this operation is canceled. While you are performing repeat playback on a DVD-RAM disc, other operations ( pages 63 to 65) except pause play are not available.
Special Playback Mode The sub menu appears. Select the next item by pressing the / buttons and the ENTER button. A-B Repeat : You can designate a portion in a title or track to repeat continuously. If you select A-B Repeat and press the ENTER button, the following display appears. Perform steps 1 and 2 below.
Example: Creating your own music compilation by collecting songs from music programs you record from Monday to Friday.
You can create one title for one recording.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Title (Original) 1 (including one chapter (Original))
In the example above, five titles are created, as you recorded programs five times from Monday to Friday. The content you recorded is called Title (Original) All chapters in a title (Original) are chapters (Original).
Specify the range (a favorite song) you need in each title (Original). To specify the range, create a chapter. A segment of a song becomes one chapter by creating divisions in a chapter at the beginning and end of a song. In the example to the right, three chapters (Original) are created in one title (Original).
Division of chapter Chapter 1 Monday
Division of chapter Chapter 3
Title (Original) 1 (including three chapters (Original))
Compile chapters in a desired order. You can select any chapter or order of chapters, as you want. Also you can assign a title to multiple chapters. Each element to be compiled is called a part. In the example to the right, the three chapters in Wednesday, Friday, and Monday are the parts. When compiled, the source chapter (Original) remains as it is in the title (Original). A new part is not created copying the source chapter (Original). It does not contain actual recorded content but only exists as an informational sub-set of the chapter name and the playback order (in the right example, the chapter names are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and the playback order is WednesdayFridayMonday). For actual playback, the contents of the source chapter (Original) are played. You can create a part from the Original as many times as you want and you can make different titles with the same parts by changing the combination or order. For parts, you can use not only chapters like in the example, but also titles (Original) and other Playlist.
Title (Original) 1 (including three chapters (Original)) Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
Chapter (Playlist) 1
Chapter (Playlist) 2
Chapter (Playlist) 3
Depending on the models of DV format digital video cameras, recording may not work properly or some functions may be disabled. On an input source from a DV tape which is partly recorded over, DV Chapter Create may not work properly.
To facilitate your collecting.
Using Library data
The recorder has a database called Library. This database provides a list of numbers, names and remaining spaces of all registered DVD-RAM discs. On this list, you will easily find a desired or available disc.
You can utilize Library data as follows. To check or change information of disc. To check the remaining space of a DVD-RAM disc.
Basic operation of the Library system
The LIBRARY MENU Title Summary (All Titles) appears. e.g.
LIBRARY DVD All Disc No. Summary
1/ 4 Current default data rate : SP Disc Name
7/24 (Th) 19:25
4.6 D /M1
Estimated 2h02m 45m
BASEBALL GAMES CARTOONS
A Quick Menu appears. e.g.
MENU Quick Menu
Notes To cancel this procedure, press the LIBRARY button. The Library system does not support DVD-R/RW discs. The Library system supports DVD-RAM discs that do not show a statement on its package such as This disc can copy images that permit copying once, however, once the DVD-RAM disc is operated on other device, the Library data of the disc may not function properly. Use DVD-RAM discs with the said statement. The capacity of the database is 60 discs. The LIBRARY MENU may not display all characters of a registered name of a disc.
7/24 ( Th ) 19:25 1/ 4 Add Disc 4.6 D /M1 AV RecordCurrent default data rate : SP Quality Del Disc No. Appointed Page Jump Disc Name No. From Library Estimated Delete BASEBALL 2h02m 001Library Management GAMES All Library Information CARTOONS 45m Exit 002
to select an item, then press
For details on each item, see from the next page.
Checking remaining space on discs
1) Load a DVD-RAM disc and press the LIBRARY button. 2) Press the QUICK MENU button. 3) Press the / buttons to select AV Record Quality then press the ENTER button. e.g.
Searching for a disc
1) Press the LIBRARY button. 2) Press the QUICK MENU button.
3) Press the / buttons to select Appointed Page Jump, then press the ENTER button. e.g.
Select this when a TV or other audio device is connected to this recorder via the ANALOG output connectors.
Select this when a 2ch digital stereo amplifier is connected to this recorder. When you play back a disc recorded in Dolby Digital or MPEG1 format, the sound is converted to the PCM (2ch) format and output.
Reduces the noise levels of brightness signals and color signals present in the video signal during playback.
Mosquito NR: Off:
Reduces mosquito (flicker) noise occurring in the contour sections of images.
This lets you playback discs with acoustic effects having greater depth and presence even when using only two speakers.
Virtual surround effect not activated.
Block NR: Off:
Virtual surround effect activated.
Notes This function is only activated when playing back a disc recorded with Dolby Digital. This function is only activated when Audio Out Select is set to PCM if the BITSTREAM/PCM jack of this DVD recorder is connected to an amplifier or similar device. When the virtual surround effect is activated, Dolby Progressive Sound may be deactivated or sound differently than usual. When the virtual surround effect is activated, the volume may sound differently than usual. Set Virtual surround to Off if the audio sounds distorted.
Manufactured under license from QSound Labs, Inc. U.S. patent Nos. 5,105,462, 5,208,860 and 5,440,638 and various foreign counterpart. Copyright QSound Labs, Inc. 1998-2002. QXpanderTM is a trademark of QSound Labs, Inc. All rights reserved.
Reduces noise that appears in the form of blocks (block noise) in a portion of the screen during playback of images with rapid movement. DNR is the abbreviation for Digital Noise Reduction.
Notes DNR effects vary depending on the disc. Detailed images may no longer be visible depending on the scene due to the effects of DNR. Depending on the disc or scene, On may produce undesirable picture artifacts or increase noises on contours. In this instance, select Off. While you are using the zoom feature to progressive signals, DNR does not function.
SAP (Second Audio Program broadcast) is separate audio program, usually broadcast in a second language with the main language.
Selects an output sound format corresponding to your audio system connection. For details about output sound selection, see page 75.
The main sound is received.
Select this when an amplifier equipped with built-in Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG1 decoder is connected to this recorder. When you play back a disc recorded in Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG1 format, digital audio signal is output.
SAP sound (second language) is received.
Select a picture size according to the aspect ratio of your TV. For details on this setting, see TV shape setting page 42, INSTALLATION GUIDE). (
Selects a screen color when receiving no video signals such as selecting a non-broadcasting channel.
Black: On Screen Display
Black is displayed.
Blue is displayed. ) on
Deactivates the operational status display (e.g., the TV screen.
Depending on signal reception, the Background setting may be cleared. To prevent this, set this function to Off.
Activates the operational status display (e.g., the TV screen. ) on
Selects the transparency of the GUI and its relationship to the background image.
0% : 25% : 50%
The startup screen is not displayed.
The startup screen appears automatically when turning on the power.
To prevent TV screen damage (image burn), this function disengages the pause mode of a playback image. The display returns to the normal TV screen when the recorder remains idle for more than 15 minutes. In time slip mode, the playback pause is released. If this function is set to On, the recorder, if freezes, may return to the normal by leaving it for about 15 minutes or longer.
Deactivates the Screen Protector function.
Activates the Screen Protector function.
Turn on or off a confirmation beeper announcing when a command is received.
Sets how far back is replayed when the INSTANT REPLAY button is pressed.
Turns off the beep sound.
5 sec. : 10 sec. : 30 sec. : 5 min.
Turns on the beep sound.
Note You cannot turn off beeps for alerts irrespective of this setting.
For recorded titles, sets how far a scene from the start is set as the title thumbnail.
0 sec. : 3 sec. : 10 sec. : 35 sec. : 1 min. : 5 min. Recording Complete Beep
Note Thumbnails can also be changed to other scenes. See page 95.
This is used to set whether or not a buzzer sounds when dubbing and so forth is finished.
Buzzer does not sound.
Sets the resume play per title.
Remembers the point where you stop playback. Allows you to resume the playback from that point.
You can play back titles (Original, Playlist) stored in the DVD-RAM continuously. Because there is no division between titles, the recorder remembers only the last point where you stopped playback.
Switches the codes to operate the recorder. If you use the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders, set the different remote codes for each recorder to avoid confusion in the response of the recorders. For details about this setting, refer to Operating the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders with the page 46, remote control of this recorder ( INSTALLATION GUIDE).
Sets the audio input level of recorded sound. Press the / buttons to select the desired item, and then press the / buttons to adjust the input level.
Sets the input level for the left channel.
Sets the input level for the right channel.
Line1, 2, 3 (L):
Sets the input level for the left channel of the external input connectors.
Sets the input level for the right channel of the external input connectors.
Aspect Ratio (Video Mode)
To set the aspect ratio when recording onto a DVD-R/RW disc.
To set whether chapters are to be automatically created at a selected interval during DVD-R/RW recording.
Fixes the aspect ratio at 4:3.
Chapters are not set.
Fixes the aspect ratio at 16:9.
Note When Mode on AV Record Quality is set to 1.4(Mbps), pictures are recorded in 4:3 aspect ratio even if 16:9 is selected.
5 min. : 10 min. : 15 min. : 20 min.
To set the interval at which chapters are automatically created to 5, 10, 15 or 20 minutes.
Note The number of chapters has the upper limit, which varies depending on the disc condition. If the number reaches it, no more chapters are created.
To set whether or not recording is to be performed in the format for which recording is allowed by the DVD-Video standard (video, audio and other data) during recording.
Selects the level of 3D digital noise reduction that can reduce noises in a picture via the S-video input.
When recording on a DVD-RAM disc, both the main and sub sounds are recorded. When recording on a DVD-R/RW disc, this is ineffective. The recorder will automatically regard this as Main, and record sound of the main channel only in stereo. Select Main or Sub for a DVD-R/RW recording.
Deactivates the 3D digital noise reduction.
Sets the normal level.
Increases digital noise reduction.
Notes Rec DNR works only on S video input. No effects on receiving broadcasts or composite video input. If you want to avoid an afterimage in the picture, set this setting to Off.
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