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$had0w2531 12:40am on Saturday, October 16th, 2010 
My knowledge of how these items work is low. but this item was so easy. just plug it into the usb & go. Attractive Design","Compact","Easy To Setup",... Product brand new, in the box. Compact","Easy To Setup","Easy to use
veritas2602 9:55pm on Monday, July 26th, 2010 
its great for extra storage and computer to computer transactions and works great with watchin movies on xbox on music tho its horrible extra storage... The backup software is soso, however windows backup does a great job anyhow for the everyday user.
twinrick2 6:58am on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 
This is an excellent External Hard drive for anyone who needs to backup their files. So far, I have not encounter any problems and it is a good deal.
ampholine 6:23pm on Thursday, July 1st, 2010 
Easy to use, enough space for documents and a quality value, price is the sheapest compare to others electronics store and is plug and play. Set-up was real easy and the included softweare will make it easy for our daughter in college to ensure that she does not lose any computer informatio...
mounteeriee 4:07am on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 
Bought this product to have asn autonatic backup system. works great. Easy To Setup, Easy to use, Fast, High Capacity, Portable, Quiet
morvael 1:59pm on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
Avoid this Drive Like the Plague! I bought this hard drive as a solution to help free up some space on my laptop, and in that regard it works great.
Texas Aggie 5:56am on Saturday, May 1st, 2010 
its a great product and it works very well for the size hard drive Durable, Fast Connectivity, Quiet, Reliable, Versatile Cant connect with eSATA I use this for personal use only. Attractive Design, Compact, Easy To Setup, Easy to use, High Capacity, Quiet No onoff switch hooked it up to my sony vaio p. worked out of the box without installing any additional software. windows recognize the drive instantly.
Littlehelpforme 6:35am on Friday, April 23rd, 2010 
"I have another 2 Toshiba hard drives of 400 GB.... this one is the same size as those and also the same good quality. "If you are looking to get a Portable External Hard Drive for under $100 then go with this one. It is great!" It is fast, light, cool design.
Rescue 1:19pm on Sunday, April 4th, 2010 
Simply nice I got it when I saw it with a friend of mine. his was so dirty and looked old but was working fine so i decided to get one . Good luck if it fails I purchased 2 of these to use as backup media. One failed after app. 6 months.

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Moisture Condensation Warning
Moisture condensation may occur inside the unit when it is moved from a cold place to a warm place, after heating a cold room, or under conditions of high humidity. Do not use the unit for at least 2 hours to allow the inside to dry.

Recording

About Copyright
Unauthorised copying, broadcasting, public performance and lending of discs are prohibited. This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorised by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorised by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Playback Editing Function Setup Others
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Notice for the Progressive Scan Outputs
Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of picture problems with 480 or 576 progressive scan output, it is recommended that the user switch the connection to the standard definition output. If there are questions regarding your TV set compatibility with this 480p or 576p product, please contact our customer service centre. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

EU Conformity Statement

This product is marked with CE and complies therefore with the applicable harmonized European standards listed under the Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC and the EMC Directive 2004/108/EC. Responsible for CE-marking is TOSHIBA INFORMATION SYSTEMS (U.K.) LTD, Toshiba Court, Weybridge Business Park, Addlestone Road, Weybridge, Surrey, KT15 2UL, United Kingdom
Dolby Digital Stereo Creator enables consumers to create stereo DVD-Videos with stunning Dolby Digital sound tracks at home. The technology, when utilised instead of PCM recording, also saves recordable disc space, allowing for higher video resolution or extended recording time on each DVD. DVDs mastered using Dolby Digital Stereo Creator will play back on all DVD-Video players. Note: This is true when the players are compatible with actual recordable DVD discs.

Playback

HDD DVD Theatre surround sound: [E Page 23] When the unit is connected to an amplifier or a decoder compatible with Dolby Digital or DTS, you can enjoy theatre-quality surround sound from discs recorded with the surround sound system. Quick search: [E Pages 68 - 69] You can easily find the part you want to watch using the search function. Search for a desired point on a disc by title, chapter / track or time. Variable skip: [E Page 65] You can skip forward a certain time, which is specified in Playback menu in advance, with one-touch during playback. Variable replay: [E Page 65] You can skip back a certain time, which is specified in Playback menu in advance, with one-touch during playback. Playback from Original or a Playlist: You can play back titles using either the Original list or a Playlist.
Recording Playback Editing
Virtual Surround System: [E Page 72] You can enjoy stereophonic space through your existing 2 channel stereo system. HDD Chasing Playback during Recording and Simultaneous Playback and Recording: [E Pages 67 - 68] You can play the already recorded part of the current recording or another title during recording. Pausing a TV broadcast to resume later (Pause TV): [E Pages 67 - 68] With [TIME SLIP], you can virtually pause and resume the live TV broadcast. DVD Playing back MP3 / JPEG / DivX files: [E Pages 59 - 62] You can enjoy MP3 / JPEG / DivX files which are recorded on CD-RW/-R. DivX files can also be recorded on DVD-RW/-R and DVD+RW/+R discs.

Function Setup Others

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Editing

HDD DVD Adding or Deleting Chapter Marks Manually: [E Pages 76 - 77] You can add or delete chapter marks manually. Creating Titles to a Playlist: [E Page 79] You can create a title to the Playlist. Deleting Titles: [E Page 74] You can delete titles which you do not need anymore. Deleting a Scene of a Title: [E Pages 80 - 81] You can delete a specific scene of a title. Editing title name: [E Pages 75 - 76] You can name titles or change the title name. Combining Titles: [E Page 79] You can combine two titles into a single title. Dividing Titles: [E Pages 78 - 79] You can divide a title into two new titles. Protecting titles: [E Page 78] To avoid accidental editing or erasing of titles, the protect function is useful when set to ON in the Original list. DVD Adding or Deleting chapter marks at once (Video mode DVD-RW only) [E Page 77] You can easily add chapter marks at every selected time interval or delete all chapter marks at once for easy editing. Hiding chapters: [E Pages 77 - 78] To keep others from playing back some chapters without permission, you can hide chapters.

Allows you to select the display time of the slide show mode.

9 Delete All Titles:

Allows you to delete all titles, including the protected titles in the HDD title list.
10 Delete All Unprotected Titles:
Allows you to delete all unprotected titles in the HDD title list.
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Front Panel Display Guide
1 Title / Track and Chapter number
: : Title / track number Chapter number : Appears when a disc is in this unit.

Appears during dubbing.

2 Current status of the unit
Appears when disc playback is paused. Appears during step by step playback. B: Appears when playing back an HDD or disc. F B: Appears during slow forward / reverse playback. : Appears when the timer programming or One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) is set and is operating. Appears when the unit goes into the Satellite Link standby mode. Flashes when timer programming was not executed because of some error. I: Appears when recording. Flashes when recording being paused. F:

3 Displays the following

Playing back time Current title / chapter / track number Recording time / remaining time Clock Channel number One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) remaining time Selected HDMI output mode

Recording Playback

Display Messages
The disc tray is opening. The PBC function of the Video CD is activated. The disc tray is closing. A disc is loading. Appears when HDMI output mode (480p) is selected. Appears when HDMI output mode (576p) is selected. Appears when HDMI output mode (720p) is selected. Appears when HDMI output mode (1080i) is selected. Appears when HDMI output mode (1080p) is selected.

Editing Function Setup

Data is being recorded on a disc. Appears when the Satellite Link Recording is in standby.
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Antenna Cable Signal To Aerial jack Audio/Video cable (not supplied)
RF cable (supplied) Scart adaptor (not supplied) Scart/RCA cable (not supplied)
Scart cable (not supplied)

RF cable (not supplied)

Connecting to a TV
Connect the unit to a TV after considering the capabilities of your existing equipment.

01 / 01 / 2008 (TUE) 0 : 00
If you want to adjust the clock, follow to step 5 on page 36 in Manual Clock Setting.

Press [ENTER] to exit.

Select your desired country to the channel plan using [U \ D]. Then press [ENTER] to go to the next step.
Country France Spain Germany Italy Switzerland
Select your desired channel preset type using [U \ D]. Then press [ENTER].
Auto Tuning Make sure the antenna is connected to ANTENNA IN jack. Digital tuning Digital & Analog tuning Analog tuning
The unit will start getting channels available in your area.
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Channel Setting

You can retune this unit or edit the channel setting with following methods.

Auto Tuning (ANALOG)

ANALOG Programme the tuner to scan only the analogue channels you can receive in your area.
Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG)
Programme the tuner to scan both analogue and DVB channels you can receive in your area.
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select General Setting using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Channel using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select ANALOG Channel Setup using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Auto Tuning using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
The unit will start storing channels available in your area.
ANALOG Channel Setup Auto Tuning Manual Tuning Move
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select General Setting using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
General Setting menu will appear.
Select Channel using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG) using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Country Auto Tuning (DVB & ANALOG) DVB Channel Setup ANALOG Channel Setup
Wait for several minutes to finish channel storing. Analogue channels will be stored in channel 901-999 after it is scanned by this unit.

Press [SETUP] to exit.

You can select only the channels memorised in this unit by using [PROG. G \ H].
To cancel auto tuning Press [RETURN] or [SETUP] during scanning.
The selection will be affected by how you receive TV channels in your local area. If the auto tuning is cancelled during scanning, some channels not yet tuned may not be received. You cannot change the channel when this unit is in any recording mode (normal recording, One-touch Timer Recording or timer recording). Sorting of TV channels from 901 to 906 will be performed automatically as follows. 901: TF1 902: F2 903: F3 904: CANAL+ 905: F5/ARTE 906: M6
The selection will be affected by how you receive TV channels in your local area. If the auto tuning is cancelled during scanning, some channels not yet tuned may not be received. You cannot change the channel when this unit is in any recording mode (normal recording, One-touch Timer Recording or timer recording).

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Manual Tuning (ANALOG)

ANALOG You can preset an analogue channel manually and individually.
[L (SECAM-L)] Channel Plan CH Indication TV Channel F1 - F69 E21 E86 BQ S4 S141 S21 S41 [BG (PAL-B/G)] Channel Plan CH Indication TV Channel E2 - E20 A H (only ITALY) E21 E78 X, Y, Z, Z+1, Z+99, 100 S1 S20, GAP S21 S41 This unit can receive the Hyper and Oscar frequency bands. If Skip is set to ON, select Skip using [U \ D], then press [P]. Select OFF using [U \ D], then press [L]. If you want to decode scrambled signals, select Decoder using [U \ D], then press [P]. Select ON using [U \ D], then press [L]. To store another channel, repeat steps 5 to 10.
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select General Setting using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Channel using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select ANALOG Channel Setup using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Manual Tuning using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Position using [U \ D], then press [P].

Manual Tuning

Position System Channel Decoder Skip

L 1 OFF ON

11 Press [SETUP] to exit.

Skip a Preset Channel

ANALOG You can set the unit to skip channels. You can no longer receive or watch when you access channels using [PROG. G \ H].
Select the position number you want to use using [the Number buttons] or [U \ D], then press [L].
You can select position number 901-999. With [the Number buttons], you only need to enter the last 2-digit numbers.
Follow steps 1 to 4 in Manual Tuning (ANALOG) on this page. Select Position using [U \ D], then press [P]. Select the position number you want to skip using [the Number buttons] or [U \ D], then press [L]. Select Skip using [U \ D], then press [P]. Select ON using [U \ D], then press [L].
To skip another channel, repeat steps 2 to 5.
Select System using [U \ D], then press [P]. Select L or BG using [U \ D], then press [L].
If your system is SECAM-L, select L. If your system is PAL-B/G, select BG.
Select Channel using [U \ D], then press [P].
The tuner will begin to search up or down automatically. When a channel is found, the unit will stop searching and the picture will appear on the TV screen. You can select a desired channel number using [the Number buttons]. Refer to the following Channel Plan table and press the three digits to select the channel number. (To select channel 4, press [0] first and then press [0] and [4]. Or press [4] and then 4 appears and wait for 2 seconds.) If this is the channel you want, press [L].

HDD 160GB (RD-88DTKF)

HDD 250GB (RD-98DTKF)
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Discs recorded in Video mode on this unit cannot record additional information using other DVD recorders. Since recording is performed using the Variable Bit Rate (VBR) method, the actual remaining time for recording may be a little shorter than the remaining time displayed on the OSD, depending on the picture you are recording.
Making Discs Playable in Other DVD Players (Finalise)
After recording, you must finalise the disc to play it back in other players. (See page 57.) You cannot finalise discs in other DVD recorders. After finalising After DVD-R discs are finalised: - A Title menu is created automatically. - Undo finalising is not possible. - Additional recording or editing is not possible. After DVD-RW (Video mode) discs are finalised: - A Title menu is created automatically. - Undo finalising is possible. (See page 57.) - Additional recording or editing is possible if you undo finalise. (See page 57.) After DVD-RW (VR mode) discs are finalised: - A Title menu is not created. - Undo finalising is possible. (See page 57.) - Additional recording or editing is possible if you undo finalise. (See page 57.) After DVD+RW discs are finalised: - A Title menu is created automatically. - Undo finalising is possible. (See page 57.) - Additional recording or editing is possible even without undo finalising. After DVD+R discs are finalised: - A Title menu is created automatically. - Undo finalising is not possible. - Additional recording or editing is not possible.
Be sure to dub (back up) data promptly if you find abnormalities in HDD: If there is mechanical trouble with the HDD, grinding or other sounds may be heard or blocky noise may appear on the image. If you continue to use as it is, deterioration may continue and eventually the HDD may not be used at all. If you notice these symptoms of a failing HDD, promptly dub the data to a DVD disc. When an HDD fails, recovery of recorded content (data) may be impossible. About the remaining capacity of HDD recording time: In recording to HDD, the Remaining Capacity Display may differ from the actual recordable time as this unit adopts Variable Bit Rate encoding, which varies the recording (storage) amount of data in conformity with the information amount of video. Before recording to the HDD, ensure there is sufficient space on the HDD by deleting unnecessary titles in advance. (Remaining capacity will not increase if you only delete Playlists.)

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Reformatting a Disc Manually

Selecting the Sound Mode

This unit can receive bilingual broadcasts. You can switch between modes by pressing [AUDIO D]. Each mode is indicated on the TV. When you record a DVB channel, only output sound channel will be recorded.
DVD-RW DVD-RW DVD+RW If you are using a DVD-RW/+RW disc, you can format the disc by performing Format. You can format DVDRW disc for either Video mode recording or VR mode recording. DVD+RW disc can be formatted in order to erase all content of the disc.
When you reformat the disc, the contents of the disc are erased. Make sure that the recording format is set to the desired mode. (Refer steps 1 to 6 in Choosing the Recording Format of a Blank DVD-RW Disc on page 39.)
Setting External Input Audio
Insert a recordable disc.
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select DVD Menu using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Format using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Start using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
For DVD+RW, use [U \ D] to select Yes, then press [ENTER]. A pop up window will appear and prompt you to confirm.
DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW DVD+R DVD+R When the external input audio is a bilingual broadcast, you can choose Stereo or Bilingual to record on an HDD/DVD. This setting is only for recording external input (AV1/AV2/AV3).
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select General Setting using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Recording using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Select External Input Audio using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Select Yes using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].

e.g.) VR mode DVD-RW

Are you sure? Yes No
Formatting will start. If you want to cancel formatting, select No.
Select Stereo or Bilingual using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
External Input Audio Stereo Bilingual
It is not possible to use a disc formatted with this unit in other DVD recorder. When you use a disc with another DVD recorder, format a disc using that DVD recorder.
If you select Stereo: The audio will be recorded as stereo audio. If you select Bilingual: The audio will be recorded as bilingual audio. (See Setting Bilingual Recording Audio on page 42 for more detail.)

Press [SETUP]. Select General Setting using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select DivX using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select DivX VOD using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Select the desired extension you want to display using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. DivX with the subtitle starts playback. The subtitle cannot be displayed when the setting is OFF.
If there is more than one extension, the extension selection will appear in Subtitle List.

DivX VOD DivX Subtitle

DivX Subtitle must be activated in the DivX Menu. (Refer to DivX Subtitle on page 89.) Playback file and the subtitle file must have the same name. Playback file and the subtitle file must locate in the same folder. Only the subtitle files with the following extensions are supported;.smi (.SMI),.srt (.SRT),.sub (.SUB),.ass (.ASS),.ssa (.SSA),.txt (.TXT). (.sub (.SUB) and.txt (.TXT) files may not be recognised.) The subtitles that exceed the playback time of the DivX file will not be displayed.
Your registration code will appear.
DivX VOD Your registration code is:
To learn more visit: www.divx.com/vod
One registration code is only valid for one DivX VOD file. You must first download the file from the internet and play it back on this unit before you are able to get another code. You must follow this step every time you purchase or rent a DivX VOD file from the internet. For more information for DivX, please visit http://www.divx.com/vod.
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It is recommended that files to be played back in this unit are recorded under the following specifications: [DivX] Official DivX Certified product Playable Codec of AVI files : DivX3.x, DivX4.x, DivX5.x, DivX6.x Maximum size of image : 720 x 480 @30 fps 720 x 576 @25 fps Sampling frequency of audio : 8 kHz - 48 kHz Audio type : MPEG1 audio layer 3 (MP3), MPEG1 audio layer 2, Dolby Digital Hint for the purchased or rental official DivX Certified product When you purchased or rental a DivX file through the official site of DivX Video which is called DivX Video-On-Demand (VOD) services, a registration code is required every time you get the new file from the DivX VOD services. Refer to DivX VOD on page 60. Some DivX VOD files are restricted with the limited playable times (you cannot play them back beyond the limit). If your DivX VOD file has such limit, the playback confirmation screen will appear. Use [L \ P] to select Yes if you want to play back the file, or to select No if you do not want to play it back. Then press [ENTER] to confirm the selection.
DivX is a codec (compression/decompression) that can compress images to a very small amount of data. The software can compress video data from almost any sources to the size that can be sent on the Internet without compromising visual quality of the images. A file with an extension of.avi and.divx is called an DivX file. All files with the.avi extension are recognised as MPEG4. Files whose extension other than.avi and.divx will not be listed on the DivX menu. However, unplayable groups or tracks may be displayed, depending on the recording conditions. Even if the file has an extension of either.avi and.divx, this unit cannot play it back if it is recorded in the format other than DivX. Folders are known as Groups; files are known as tracks. A symbol of is shown on the top of the file name. A maximum of 255 folders or 999 files may be recognised in one disc. Up to 8 hierarchies can be recognised in one folder. Files in the 9th or deeper hierarchies cannot be played back. If the track extends beyond the scope of screen, a down arrow appears, indicating that the user can view another part on the next page. The current page number and the number of total pages are shown on the right of the down arrow . Letters of a file / folder name overflowing the given space will be displayed as. You can play back the disc recorded in multisession. It may take awhile for audio and images to be output after you inserted a disc and pressed [PLAY B]. When playing back the files recorded in high bit rates, the images can be interrupted in some occasions. Although DivX logo has been obtained for this unit, it may not be able to play back some data, depending on the characteristics, bit rates, or audio format settings, etc. Use the software recognised by the DivX, Inc. when you make DivX files. A DivX file whose file size exceeds 2 GB cannot be played back. If you try to play back the DivX file that has the screen resolution which this unit does not support, the playback will be stopped and error message will appear. If a large-sized DivX file is selected, it may take awhile to start the playback (over 20 seconds sometimes). If DivX files written on CD discs cannot be played back, rewrite them on a DVD disc and try to play back. For more information for DivX, please visit http://www.divx.com.

The resume message will appear.

Press [PLAY B].

In a few seconds, playback will resume from the point at which you stopped it before. Even if you turn off the unit, you can resume playback at the same point after turning back on the unit. For title in the HDD, you can also play from the resume point by selecting Resume Playback at step 7 of Playing Back an HDD / DVD-RW / DVDR / DVD+RW / DVD+R Disc on page 58.
Select OFF using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Press [SETUP] to exit.
To recall the PBC function, select ON at step 4 above.
To cancel the resume playback and start playing back the disc from the beginning: Press [STOP C] while playback is stopped. For HDD: You can set a resume point per every title. For DVD-Videos, DVD+RW/+R, DVD-RW/-R, Video CD, Audio CD, MP3 files, JPEG files, and DivX files: You can set only one resume point per disc.
The default setting of PBC (Video CD only) is ON.
For Video CDs, if you turn PBC on using Setup menu, the resume function is cancelled. For MP3 and JPEG files, playback will resume from the beginning of the track at which playback was stopped.
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Fast Forward / Fast Reverse
DVD-V DVD-V DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW JPEG

DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW DivX

During playback, press [FWD D] or [REV E].
Each time you press [FWD D] or [REV E], the approximate speed will change as follows. Fast forward or fast reverse playback across titles (for DVDs) or tracks / files (for Video CD / MP3 / DivX) is not possible.

FWD FWD FWD FWD FWD FWD

During playback, press [PAUSE F].
Playback will pause with the sound muted.
Press [PLAY B] to resume playback.

Rapid Playback

DVD-V DVD-V DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW

Normal speed playback

For Audio CDs and MP3 files approximate speed is fixed at 8x with sound. For Video CDs, approximate forward / reverse speeds are 2x, 8x and 16x. For DivX files, approximate forward speeds are 2x, 20x and 40x, and approximate reverse speeds are 5x, 20x and 40x. To return to playback at normal speed, press [PLAY B]. Picture quality of DivX files in fast reverse is lower than that in fast forward. For some DivX files, Fast forward/Fast reverse may not function.

ORG PL

ORG PL +VR Video
Press [RETURN] to exit the title list.
Scene Delete Edit Title Name Chapter Mark Protect

Editing Discs

You will find editing discs is easy. This unit offers convenient edit functions. You can edit the following from a title list. Assigning a name to a title Dividing a title Combining titles Adding titles to a Playlist Erasing all Playlist Setting or releasing the title protection Adding or deleting chapter marks Deleting titles or parts of titles (Possible editing functions depend on the recording format and editing method.)

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7 Title name. Title information, which displays recorded time, length of the title, date / month / year, recorded CH, and the recording mode. 3 Title list: List of titles recorded on the HDD or disc. Each title is indicated by its index picture. Index picture for the selected title can be seen in motion. Following icons may be displayed on the index picture. : Indicating the title has never been played back yet. : Indicating the title is protected. : Indicating the title is a copy-protected title. 1 : Indicating the title is a copy-once programme. I : If you call up the title list while recording, I will be displayed on the index picture of the title currently being recorded. For DVD+RW/+R, empty title always appears at the last of the title list.
What Original or Playlist is for?
There are 2 types for the title list: Original and Playlist. Original: Original is the list of the recorded programmes (titles) when they are recorded. Original is available for HDD and DVD-RW. Please note that editing the titles in the Original is like editing the original data. For example, if you erase a title in the Original, the title cannot be recovered.
: Available to edit in the HDD Original : Available to edit in the VR mode DVD-RWs Original
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Playlist: Playlist is the copy of the Original. You can edit the titles in the Playlist as you like without affecting the original data in the Original. It works like a backup for the Original. Delete a Playlist does not delete the corresponding Original. But if you delete an Original, the corresponding Playlists will be deleted. Playlist is available only for the HDD and the VR mode DVDRWs.

Set the language for audio.
Subtitle Language E Page 86
Set the language for subtitles.

General Setting

Angle Icon E Page 86 Still Mode E Page 86 Variable Skip / Replay E Page 86
Set whether or not to display the angle icon. Set the type of still image in pausing playback.
Set the amount of skip time when you press [VARIABLE SKIP].
Set the amount of rewind time when you press [VARIABLE REPLAY].

Display

TV System E Page 86 OSD Language E Page 87
Set the TV system. Set the language for OSD (on-screen display).

Screen Saver E Page 87

Set the idling time before the screen saver starts.
FL Dimmer E Page 87 Video TV Aspect E Page 88 Select Video E Page 50 Video Out E Page 88
Set the brightness of the Front Panel Display.
Set a picture size according to aspect ratio of your TV. Set the video input type for the external input. Sets the video output mode.
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Setup Recording

Items (highlight is the default) Auto Chapter E Page 40
Recording Audio Select (XP) E Page 42 Auto Finalise E Page 57 Aspect Ratio (Video mode) E Page 40 Make Recording Compatible E Page 39 Bilingual Recording Audio E Page 42 External Input Audio E Page 41 Video Colour System E Page 50 Clock Auto Clock Setting
OFF 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 30 minutes 60 minutes PCM Dolby Digital ON OFF Auto 4:3 16:9 ON OFF Main Sub Stereo Bilingual Auto PAL SECAM ON OFF
Contents Insert chapter marks periodically.
Set the recording audio type. (Only when the recording mode is set to XP.) Set the unit to finalise the disc automatically.
Set a aspect ratio for Video mode recording.
Set to prohibiting additional recording (OFF) or to replace the title list after recording (ON). Set the audio type for recording. Set the external input audio type for recording. Set the video colour system to PAL or SECAM automatically. Set the video colour system to PAL. Set the video colour system to SECAM. Set the clock automatically. Set the clock manually.

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Clock Setting E Page 36 Country E Page 28
France Spain Germany Italy Switzerland
Set the DVB channels to Channel Plan of each country.

If Other is selected, enter the appropriate 4-digit code using [the Number buttons].
Refer to Language Code on page 96.

Code Input

Variable Skip Variable Replay
When you finish entering the code, press [ENTER].
You can also change or switch off the subtitles on a DVD from the disc menu if it is available. Press [CLEAR] or [L] to erase numbers entered incorrectly.
Refer to the explanations below and set the selected item. A : Variable Skip (Default: 30 seconds) Sets the amount of skip time for [VARIABLE SKIP].
Variable Skip 5 seconds 15 seconds 30 seconds 1 minute 5 minutes
You can only select the languages supported by the inserted disc. Audio Language setting may not be available for some discs.
B : Variable Replay (Default: 30 seconds) Sets the amount of rewind time for [VARIABLE REPLAY].
Variable Replay 5 seconds 15 seconds 30 seconds 1 minute 5 minutes
6. Angle Icon (Default: ON) (DVD only)

Set Angle Icon.

Angle Icon ON OFF
9. TV System (Default : PAL) (DVD only)

TV System PAL Auto

7. Still Mode (Default : Auto) (DVD only)
Still Mode Auto Field Frame
Your setting will be activated. PAL: Auto: Outputs a modified PAL signal for viewing discs recorded with the NTSC system on a PAL system TV. Changes the video system (PAL / NTSC) automatically according to the format of the inserted disc.
Your setting is activated. Auto: Field: Automatically select the best resolution setting (Frame or Field) based on the data characteristics of the pictures. Select Field when the pictures are still unstable even if Auto is selected. Field stabilises the pictures, although the picture quality may become coarse due to the limited amount of data.
With discs recorded using the PAL system, a PAL signal is output for viewing on a PAL system TV. Discs recorded with the PAL system cannot be viewed on an NTSC system TV. With discs recorded using the NTSC system, an NTSC signal is output for viewing on an NTSC or Multi system TV. With discs recorded using the NTSC system, select PAL to view on a PAL system TV.
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3. FL Dimmer (Default: Bright)
Display 1 In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select
Set the front panel display brightness.
FL Dimmer Auto Bright Dark
Select Display using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
You can choose one from Auto, Bright or Dark. If Auto is selected, the display gets dark when the power is off.
Select the desired item using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
1 OSD Language 2 Screen Saver 3 FL Dimmer
Refer to 1. to 3. on this page and set the selected item. When you finish with the setting, press [SETUP] to exit.

Set the OSD language.

1. OSD Language (Default: Franais)

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Specifications

General
HDD Power requirements Power consumption Weight Dimensions (width x height x depth) Operating temperature Operating humidity TV system Internal 3.5 inch HDD 160 GB (RD-88DTKF) Internal 3.5 inch HDD 250 GB (RD-98DTKF) 220240 V 10%, 50 Hz 0.5%
35 W (standby: 8.0 W) 3.7 kg 420 x 59 x 315 mm 5C to 40C Less than 80% (no condensation) PAL-B/G, SECAM-LL
Recording format Recordable discs Video recording format Sampling frequency Compression format Audio recording format Sampling frequency Compression format Video Recording (VR) format (DVD-RW only), Video format (DVD-RW, DVD-R), +VR format (DVD+RW, DVD+R) DVD-ReWritable, DVD-Recordable, DVD+ReWritable, DVD+Recordable 13.5 MHz MPEG 48 kHz Dolby Digital
Analogue channels L (SECAM L) BG (PAL B/G) DVB-T channels VHF UHF F1 - E69 E2 - E69 F5 - F10 E21 - E69

Input/Output

Front Panel : (AV3) Video input Input level S-Video input Input level Audio input Input level DV input DV 4-pin jack Rear Panel : VHF/UHF antenna input/output terminal Audio input /output Video input /output Input /output level Component video output Output level Audio output Output level Digital audio output Output level HDMI output 75 Two 21-pin scart sockets (AV1, AV2) Two 21-pin scart sockets (AV1, AV2) 1 Vp-p (75 ) each Three RCA connectors Y: 1.0 Vp-p (75 ) PB/CB, PR/CR: 0.7 Vp-p (75 ) each Two RCA connectors 2 Vrms (output impedance: 680 ) One Coaxial pin jack 500 mVp-p (75 ) HDMI jack One RCA connector 1 Vp-p (75 ) One Mini DIN 4-pin jack Y (luminance) 1 Vp-p (75 ) C (colour) 300 mVp-p (75 ) Two RCA connectors 2 Vrms (input impedance: more than 10 k) IEEE 1394
The specifications and design of this product are subject to change without notice.
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