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User reviews and opinions
|dr. jackpot||12:48am on Sunday, October 10th, 2010|
|On its way to becoming a cult item among video techies The Toshiba RD-XS32 does have its idiosyncrasies.|
|jfdamico||8:45pm on Saturday, August 28th, 2010|
|I had a chance to use one of these units for the first time today. It worked well. I would be happy to own one if I had the chance. Solid construction, Front panel input including FireWire.|
|netnld||6:11am on Monday, August 2nd, 2010|
|Flexibility: 5 Stars Remote: 5 Stars HDD: 5 Stars RAM: 5 Stars The DVD drive ; Toshiba should belly-up to plate and be responsible.|
|tengu||2:47am on Saturday, July 10th, 2010|
|Great features and multiple functions. The DVD stops working shortly after the warrenty expires.|
|simonb||5:28am on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010|
|Excellent unit - a little confusing to operate The on-disk editing and high speed dubbing to DVD are great features. Video quality is super. Excellent unit - a little confusing to operate The on-disk editing and high speed dubbing to DVD are great features. Video quality is super.|
|rainbowdot||12:51am on Friday, June 11th, 2010|
|This is a great product for a technically-minded video recording enthusiast. The myriad options available to the user are sometimes confusing.|
|jess||5:37pm on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010|
|WINNER OF SO MANY AWARDS To offer consumers the option of recording on either a DVD disc or storing up to 103 hours of video on its hard drive.|
|feitz||11:52am on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010|
|An excellent quality DVD recorder offering an amazing specification for a great price. I believe 80GB should be enough storage for most people.|
|daniel_ccna||11:27pm on Thursday, April 15th, 2010|
|Toshiba RD-XS32 bought a little over 2 yrs back at Best Buy. This is a great machine once you get used to it.|
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K E Y F E AT U R E S
80GB Hard Disc Drive Multi-Drive Playback and Recording DVD-RAM/DVD-R/DVD-RW
Digital Cinema Progressive Scan ColorStream Pro Component
3-D Y/C Comb Filter/Video DNR for
LPCM/Dolby Digital (2Ch) Audio
Recording WMA & MP3 Playback 24-Bit/192kHz Audio D/A Converter 3-D Virtual Surround Sound Coaxial and Optical TosLink Digital Audio Outputs
EASY NAVI Menu IR Blaster for Cable and DBS Box
Control (C3 Control)
Front Panel A/V & IEEE1394DV
VCR Plus+ C3 Timer Recording Time Slip, Chase Play and Pause
A DVA N TAG E TO S H I BA
80GB Hard Disc Drive (HDD) with up to 103 hours of digital record time Toshiba's Multi-Drive Recorders allows users to record and playback their favorite videos in stunning MPEG-2 digital video on either a DVD-RAM, DVD-R, or DVD-RW* formatted discs Preset bit rates for the SP and LP Modes, and a Manual Setting with 38 user defined video quality options High-Speed Dubbing from HDD with DVD-RAM (12x max) and DVD-R (24x max) ColorStream Pro Progressive Scan Component Video Outputs compatible with today's finest analog and digital televisions for delivery of stunningly colorful images Easy Off-Air Recording with Advanced Timer Programming Functions Time Slip Recording/Playback offers the user the ability to begin watching a recording that is already in progress, or 'pause' a live recording and then return to it later using RAM media Two Line Inputs, Front A/V & IEEE1394DV Input, and RF Input for dubbing content from multiple sources DVD-Video/CD/Video CD/VCD playback. DVD-R/DVD-RW*/CD-R/CD-RW** Compatible playback ensures discs made with a personal computer can be played back in the home theater system too
TECHNOLOGY & BENEFITS
80GB Hard Disc Drive (HDD) - This drive, similar to what is used in a personal computer, can store recorded broadcast programming and dubbed content. The RD-XS32 will allow high-speed dubbing from the HDD to a DVD-RAM, DVD-R or DVD-RW without any deterioration of the digital MPEG-2 signal and provides instant access to recorded programs. So forget about searching for blank videotape when you want to record, simply hit RECORD and let the HDD do all the work. Multi-Drive Recorder - Toshiba Multi-Drive DVD recorders are multi-format DVD recorders designed to provide the greatest flexibility in recording and playback by supporting DVD-RAM, DVD-R, and DVD-RW* recordable disc formats. The right format for every application: DVD-RAM is the most flexible of the recordable DVD formats when it comes to recording, editing and playback. Even more, re-record content approximately 100,000 times! DVD-R is a write-once format perfect for sharing treasured video moments with virtually anyone who has a DVD-Video player. DVD-RW* can rewrite content up to 1000 times and playback in a wide variety of computer drives and DVD-Video players ColorStream Pro Component Video Outputs - These outputs allow the highest quality video signal to be sent from the DVD player to a component video equipped progressive scan TV. When this connection is utilized with today's HD-compatible sets, typical NTSC artifacts-like video noise, dot crawl, and flicker-are virtually eliminated, resulting in a low-noise, highly detailed picture with unequaled color purity. Digital Cinema Progressive (3/2 Pulldown) - Delivers the smoothest, most film-like images to any progressive scan television, such as an HD-compatible one, and ensures maximum resolution. Auto Title/Chapter/Thumbnail Creation - Recorded content remains easy to find with the help of a menu that will be automatically created when you record. It displays the date and channel you recorded, along with a thumbnail of your recording by capturing the first video frame of the recording. The date and channel can be change to any 64-character title and the thumbnails to any image within the recording. Chapters within the recording can also be created by either predetermined intervals, or by the user selecting specific points within
the recording. These chapters can also be named and assigned a specific thumbnail from any video frame within the chapter.
WMA & MP3 Playback - Recordable Compact Discs (CD-R & CD-RW) with music stored in either the Windows Media Audio or MP3 file formats can be enjoyed.
EASY NAVI Menu - An entry menu portal that provides quick and easy access to key features of the DVD recorder, such as Timer Recording or DV Capture. Additionally the EASY navi displays a "live action window", providing feedback to the user on the current status of the recorder, whether it is recording a program, in the Time Slip mode, or playing back content with DVD-RAM or HDD. Time Slip/Pause Live TV - This feature allows the user to begin watching a recording that is already in progress. A Time Slip feature lets you 'pause' a live recording and then return to it later. During playback of both modes, a bar graph can be displayed on-screen depicting the 'progress' or location of the playback signal with regards to the real time recorded signal. Front Panel A/V & IEEE1394DV Inputs - There are composite audio & video inputs, as well as RCA L/R inputs on the front panel of the unit for easy camcorder dubbing. Additionally, an IEEE1394 'Firewire' jack is also available on the front panel for interfacing compatible digital video camcorders. Provides automatic recognition of the device and on-screen menu controls to easily direct the "downloading" process with the recorders remote control. IR Blaster for Cable and DBS Box Control - This handy cable can connect to the back of the recorder and transmits an infrared (IR) signal to change channels on your cable or satellite box. Allows no-hassle recordings from these two sources without the need to make channel selection ahead of time. VCR Plus+ C3 Timer Recording - The unit features a 181-channel cable compatible tuner and a 2-month, 32-event timer programming functionality. Users may input their own program data, or take advantage of the built-in Gemstar VCR+ technology for simple timer event programming.
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
RD-XS32 Disc Qty Disc Play Disc Record Hard Disc Drive Video D/A Component Video Output 3:2 Pulldown Resolution 181-Channel Tuner 3-D Y/C Comb Filter Black Level Expansion Digital Video Noise Reduction Recording Digital Video Noise Reduction Playback Time Slip Recording/Playback Pause Live TV/Chase Play Time Base Correction Instant Replay, Instant Skip On-Screen Camcorder Download Controls JPEG Viewer Fast Forward with Audio Fast Scan, Slow Motion Audio D/A Dolby Digital/DTS Compatible WMA & MP3 Playback 3-D Virtual Surround Sound Auto Clock, Daylight Savings Time Adjust Time Zone Adjust VCR Plus+ C3 One-Touch Record Auto Title/Chapter/Thumbnail Creation On-Screen Keyboard, EASY NAVI Menu Auto Channel Setup Parental Lock High-Speed Dubbing 1 DVD-Video/DVD/CD/CD-R/CD-RW**/ VCD/DVD-R/DVD-RW*/DVD-RAM DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW* 80GB 10-Bit/54MHz ColorStream Pro Progressive Scan Digital Cinema Progressive 500+ Lines x x x 3D-DNR 3 D, Block and Mosquito DNR x x x x x x 1.5x x 24-bit/192kHz x x x x x x x x x x x DVD-RAM (12x max) DVD-R (24x max)
*DVD-RW Recording in the Video Format only. Playback with VR or Video format.**CDR/CD-RW discs recorded by CD-DA method can be played back. Some CD-R/CD-RW discs may be incompatible due to laser pick-up and disc design. DVD-R discs recorded by DVD Video method can be played. Some DVD-R discs may be incompatible due to laser pick-up and disc design. WMA, MP3 and JPEG discs may be incompatible due to different recording format or condition of disc.
Remote Control TERMINALS
Universal w/TV Controls
Outputs (rear panel)
Y/Pr/Pb S-Video RCA-Video L-R Audio (pair) Optical Out Coaxial Out RF IR Blaster 1 set (tuner pass through only) C3 IR Control for DBS and Cable boxes 1 front & 2 rear 1 front & 2 rear 1 front & 2 rear 1 front 1 rear 430 x 78 x 321 mm 022265411285
S-Video RCA-Video L-R Audio (pair) IEEE1394DV RF Dimension (WHD) UPC Code
http://www.tacp.toshiba.com Customer Service: 800.631.3811 Marketing Communications Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C. 82 Totowa Road, Wayne, NJ 07470 (2004). All Rights Reserved (02/04.02) Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories. DTS is a registered trademark of Digital Theater Systems. VCR Plus+ C3 is a registered trademark of Gemstar Development Corporation. TosLink is a registered trademark of Toshiba Corporation. ColorStream is a registered trademark of Toshiba America Consumer Products. Product design and specification subject to change or modification without notice.
To stop recording
To record and play at the same time
To start recording while playing a disc Stop playback, then select the other disc by pressing the HDD or DVD button, and start recording on that disc. To play a disc while recording on another disc Select the disc that is not being recorded by pressing the HDD or DVD button, and start playback on the disc.
Note During a dubbing job, the unoccupied drive is available for recording or playback, however, cannot perform a function which records and plays simultaneously.
To pause recording (to omit an unnecessary portion)
During recording, press PAUSE. To resume recording, press it again.
Note Pausing recording automatically creates a new chapter division at that point.
To change a TV channel to be recorded
1) During recording, press PAUSE. Recording pauses. 2) Press CHANNEL to change the channel. 3) Press PAUSE to resume recording.
To set an end time of a recording which is in progress
1) During recording, press QUICK MENU. The Quick Menu appears.
2) Press / to select End time then press ENTER. The display changes as follows:
To view a TV program while recording another
1) Start recording on this recorder. 2) On a connected TV, select the TV mode. 3) Using the channel selector of the TV, select a desired channel on the TV.
2 :13 pm
3) Press / to select an item then press ADJUST to change the value. 4) Press ENTER.
To reduce noise on recordings (Rec DNR)
Before recording, set Rec DNR ( page 162).
Notes By setting an end time, it is memorized as a programmed one, and the indicator in the front panel display illuminates to indicate that t he recorder holds a timer program of recording. The programmed end time must be set for 5 minutes later than the current time.
To play a recorded title while recording another on the same disc (Recorded Title Play)
During recording, you can play a title recorded on the same disc. 1) While recording, press CONTENT MENU. 2) Press / / / to select a desired title, then press the ENTER. Playback of the selected title starts. Pressing the STOP button stops playback, and the content currently recorded returns. If you press the PLAY button, playback resumes from the location you last stopped.
Recording Recording an external source (Continued)
Press INPUT SELECT repeatedly so that L-1, L-2, or L-3 appears on the front panel display, corresponding to the input in which the device is connected.
Each time you press the button, the indicator changes. L-1: To record pictures from equipment connected to the INPUT 1 jacks on the rear panel. L-2: To record pictures from equipment connected to the INPUT2 jacks on the front panel. L-3: To record pictures from equipment connected to the INPUT3 jacks on the rear panel. L-U: To record pictures currently played ( page 116).
REMAIN DIMMER FL SELECT TV TV/VIDEO
Press HDD or DVD to select a recording media.
Start playback of the source content on the connected equipment. Press REC of this recorder to start recording.
When recording is completed, press STOP.
Notes on recording from a connected VCR or camcorder
Check the condition of the source equipment before playing. Set the equipment in good condition, e.g. clean the head or adjust the tracking, etc. to obtain optimum playback. Bad condition may produce noises in playback. These noises may be detected as copy protection signals, resulting in stop of recording on this recorder. Play a source in an usual mode. Avoid using any correcting or enhancing features, as they may add signals which can be detected as copy protection signals. Source quality or tape condition beyond adjustments on the source equipment may stop a recording on this recorder. Do not operate the source equipment during recording on this recorder. Operations such as pausing, resuming, fast-forwarding (CUE) and fast-reversing (REVIEW), etc. may produce noises, which may be detected as copy protection signals. Therefore, first start playback on the source equipment to confirm that the desired source can be played properly, and then start recording on this recorder. Do not operate the source equipment during recording. After completing the desired scene, stop the recording on the recorder, and then stop the playback on the source equipment. Delete unnecessary scenes using editing page 118). If you want to operate the source equipment during recording, pause or stop the functions ( recording. After operating the source equipment, resume the recording as above. When recording from a camcorder Follow the above notes. Be sure to power the camcorder by its AC adapter, not batteries. If batteries are used, the recording may be finished on the way.
Recording Playback Editing Library Function setup Others
Programing a recording (REC MENU)
2) Press to select a blank line, then press ENTER. 3) Press / to select the item, then press ADJUST to set the item. 4) When complete, press ENTER. 5) Press REC MENU to exit.
Note While the recorder is preparing for or executing a programmed recording, you cannot add a timer program which will start within 5 minutes and 15 seconds from the current time.
You can set a genre before setting programmed recording. To see the registered list, refer to Genre setting page 163). ( Set the genre according to recording contents. The selection you have made for the timer program is shown at the bottom of the display.
Deleting a timer program
1) Press REC MENU. The REC MENU appears. 2) Press / to delete. to select a timer program you want
Shifting a time period of a recording (Time Shift)
If a prior TV program extends beyond its scheduled time and into one that you programmed, you can shift the programmed start and end time of the recording.
3) Press QUICK MENU. The Quick Menu appears. 4) Press / to select Program cancel, then press ENTER. Check the message, then delete the entry. 5) Press REC MENU to exit.
Note You cannot delete a timer program while another is executed.
20 minutes extend
1) Press REC MENU. The REC MENU appears.
2:14pm Correcting a timer program
2) Press / to select a timer program you want to shift the time period. 3) Open the lid of the remote control and press EXTEND. Start time and End tme are ready to be input. 4) Press EXTEND repeatedly. Each time you press the button, Start time and End time is shifted in 10 minutes intervals to, up to 60 minutes later. 5) Press ENTER. 6) Press REC MENU to exit.
Note After you shifted the time of a timer program which will be repeated daily or weekly, you should restore the original start/stop time for future recordings.
2) Press / to select a timer program you want to change, then press ENTER. 3) Press / to select an item, then press ADJUST to set the item. 4) Press ENTER. The modification is registered. 5) Press REC MENU to exit.
Important You cannot correct a timer program within 5 minutes before the recording start time. You can only delete the timer program. Note You can program a timer recording whose start time has already passed, unless the another program recording will start within 5 minutes. The portion of the program before the recording starts cannot be saved.
To enter another program, repeat steps 1 to 5.
After completing all your entries, press REC MENU.
The REC MENU disappears.
To confirm your data, it is recommended to turn on the REC MENU again.
This function automatically diverts a recording to the HDD if a DVD-RAM disc is near capacity. When the remaining time of the DVD-RAM disc has reached about 10 minutes, the recorder starts recording the same content on the HDD as well as DVD-RAM. The chapter marks are automatically made at the start and end points of the overlapped recording portion. You can delete the unnecessary overlapped portion afterwards by referring to the chapter marks.
Recording end DVD-RAM disc
To use the AB recording function page 40), set Media to AB. Video At step 3 ( is automatically set to AT. When the timer setting is completed, on the front panel display. illuminates
HDD Recording start
When recording starts The same content is recorded on the HDD and the DVD-RAM disc 10 minutes before the unit exchanges the recording media. Chapter marks are automatically made at the start and end points of the overlapped recording portion, so you can delete the unnecessary overlapped portion afterwards. If no DVD-RAM disc is loaded, or the loaded disc contains recorded content, all of the recording is made entirely on the HDD. The recording will contain one title with a chapter mark at a dividing point. During AB recording, the picture quality mode is set to AT and the unit automatically calculates the picture rate from the disc capacity. Even if the picture rate is set to AT, the picture quality of the AB recording is lower than that of the recording on the HDD, because the unit adds 10 minutes of the overlapped portion to the recording time for capacity calculation. Therefore, the picture rate will remain when the unit cannot record onto a DVD-RAM disc and records on the HDD instead. After recording Copy the second half of the programme recorded on the HDD to the alternate side of the double sided DVD-RAM disc, or another single sided DVD-RAM page 106 for dubbing operations. When disc. See you want to delete the overlapped portion, perform the page 50 to delete the procedure detailed on overlapped portion either on the HDD or the DVDRAM disc. If the entire programme has been recorded on the HDD, copy both parts of programme onto both sides of a blank double sided DVD-RAM disc or two single sided DVD-RAM discs by referring to the chapter mark at the dividing point.
Press the number buttons to enter a number of the section.
e.g. To enter 25, press 2, then press 5.
Playback starts from the selected location.
Playback Locating by entering the number (Continued)
Locating a specific point by entering its elapsed time (Time Search)
You may have to press repeatedly, depending on the disc. Press the button until the following display appears. e.g. Title 001
Press the number buttons and / to enter the desired time location on the disc.
Notes Some discs may not respond to this process. Some scenes may not be accessed precisely as you specified. This method for accessing specific locations is available only within the current title of the HDD or a DVD-RAM/R/RW/DVD video disc or within a current track of a VIDEO CD/audio CD. Pressing the CLEAR button resets the numbers.
e.g. To enter 1 hour, 25 minutes, and 30 seconds hour minute second
HDD DVD-RAM DVD-RW DVD-R DVD-VIDEO VCD
Watching a TV broadcast in the sub window (P in P Playback)
During playback, you can watch a TV broadcast in the sub window. (P in P : Picture in Picture)
During playback, press P in P.
A sub window (program on the air or on the recording) appears. e.g.
Notes You can change the channel of the sub window by pressing the CHANNEL / button. The P in P function is available only during playback. You cannot swap the playback picture with the picture within the sub window, or change the audio settings. Press the P in P button during Chase Play or Pause TV, the actual broadcast appears on the sub window in real time. If this function is stopped after shifting the sub window, before you press the P in P button again, the sub window will appear in the last position you set. However, if you turn off the power, the sub window re-appears in the lower right (default) position.
Press / / / sub window.
to select the position of the
You can shift the sub window in following 4 directions.
/ / / is the moving range. To turn off the sub window, press the P in P button.
Selecting the camera angle
If the scene was recorded with multiple angles, you can easily change the camera angle of the scene you are watching.
Press ANGLE while playing a scene recorded with multiple angles.
While playing a scene recorded with multiple angles, the angle icon appears on the TV screen and on the front panel. Press the ANGLE button while the angle icon is displayed.
HDD EASY NAVI REC MENU EDIT MENU LIBRARY TIMESLIP INSTANT REPLAY INSTANT SKIP
Total number of angles Current selection
Press ADJUST while the angle number is displayed on the TV screen.
You can also select the camera angle by pressing the ANGLE button several times.
Notes You can also change the camera angle during still playback. The camera angle changes to the new setting when you resume normal playback. If you pause a picture immediately after changing a camera angle, the resumed playback picture may not display the new camera angle. Depending on the disc, the camera angle may not change even though the angle number changes.
Title 002 : 00 : 10 : 29 Chapter 0005 : 00 : 05: 15
Press DISPLAY again.
An expanded display appears. (Actual display varies depending on the disc.) e.g. Remaining time
Title 002 : -00 : 22 : 01 Chapter 0005 : -00 : 00 : 07 Virtual surround DNR (Recording) Picture Quality Audio Quality Audio Audio Output Subtitle
: : : : : : :
Off Off SP
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.
Location 00 : 55 : 00:00F
01 : 30 : 00
Chapter division Elapsed time
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.)
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 time bar shifts up and down. /.
Turning off the time bar
Press TIME BAR.
Functions in the Quick Menu
Besides these examples, various other ones are introduced on respective pages for your convenience. page 24 on how to operate the Quick Menu. See To play repeatedly (Repeat playback)
Repeat all ORG titles
To repeat all original titles in a disc.
You can repeat a desired section. 1) During playback, press QUICK MENU. 2) Press / to select Special playback mode, then press ENTER.
Repeat all PL titles
To repeat all playlist titles in a disc.
Special playback mode
The sub menu appears. Select the next item by pressing the / buttons and the ENTER button.
Cancel repeat (in Repeat playback mode) To resume normal playback. Playback of the HDD or a DVD-RAM disc stops.
Notes Some discs may not permit repeat operation. You cannot use the epeat playback function n conjunction with the random playback function. If you press the STOP button during repeat playback, this operation is canceled. While you are performing repeat playback on the HDD or a DVD-RAM disc, other operations ( pages 64 to 66) except pause play are not available.
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. e.g.
High speed Library dubbing of several parts Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Rate conversion dubbing Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No
Rate conversion dubbing of several parts Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No
DVD-RAM DVD-R/RW (Not finalized yet)
Yes Yes No Yes No
It is not possible to copy to a DVD-RW of DVD-VR mode. High speed dubbing between the HDD and a DVD-R/RW recorded on other equipment is not possible. High speed dubbing to a finalized DVD-R/RW is not possible. Line-U dubbing using a DVD-R/RW which was recorded on other equipment and is not finalized yet is not possible.
Editing Before dubbing (Continued)
Copy and Move
This recorders Dubbing has the following two definitions: Copy: The original program remains after the operation is completed. Move: The moved program will be erased from the original location after the operation is completed. Whether or not you select either command depends entirely on the given situation. The command may be predetermined in some situations. You cannot move contents in the following situations. (Instead, you will want to copy them.) page 50). The content is protected ( A specified portion of the title (chapter) is copyprotected, in which case, you cannot move from DVD-RAM to the HDD. page 87) Only You cannot move a Playlist. ( copying is permitted. When you copy a Playlist to a disc, it will be treated an Original on the disc. The original Playlist does not change to an Original. Also, you cannot move or copy contents in the following situations: The recorded content contains a program that permits a single copy only. The title (Playlist) contains a portion that prohibits copying. Edit the title from the Original and create a new Playlist.
Notes If either the HDD or DVD-RAM is not in optimum physical condition, an error may occur when you execute Move and some titles or chapters may be lost. If you want to Move non-copy-protected titles and chapters, it is recommended for safety that you first Copy them to the opposite drive and confirm they have been copied properly. Then delete the titles and chapters to which you have executed Move. The recorder cannot copy/move the following discs: DVD-VIDEO VIDEO CD Audio CD CD-R CD-RW If you cannot copy/move for some other reason, such as insufficient disc capacity, etc., a message will appear on screen. In such a case, follow the instructions in the message. Depending on the content, associated information such as data management may not be copied/moved. You cannot copy/move titles containing still pictures. Dubbing to DVD-R/RW may divide the original title depending on the contents. Also, the DVD-Video format page 122) may shift thumbnails. recording ( A part with aspect ratio 16:9 recorded at bit rate 1.4Mbps cannot be dubbed to a DVD-R/RW. Change the aspect ratio to 4:3. High speed dubbing ( page 106) and Dub selected items ( page 108) procedures always comply with Aspect ratio(Video mode) setting ( page 162).
Recording and playback during a dubbing
Dubbing process by High speed dubbing and Dub selected items procedures will allow you to make a recording or playback of other titles.
DVD HDD HDD DVD
Notes Timer programmed recording have priority over other operations. Dubbing may be stopped if a timer program recording starts. While recording during dubbing, the CONTENT MENU and the LIBRARY MENU cannot appear. Playing a recorded title while recording another on the same disc ( page 36), is not possible while dubbing.
High speed Library dubbing (Dubbing only a specified part)
This section explains how to dub a spefific title or chapter. To select several parts and dub them all at page 108. once, refer to
During playback or stop, press CONTENT MENU.
Press / / / to select a part (a title or chapter) to copy or move.
You can go forward/back to pages by pressing the / ) button. PICTURE SEARCH ( You can jump to a page by specifying the page number. Press the QUICK MENU button, select Specific page jump. Use the ADJUST button to change the page number. To select a chapter, highlight a title and press the button. If you press the button again, the title list reappears.
ADJUST PICTURE SEARCH
Press QUICK MENU then select High speed dubbing by pressing / from the Quick Menu, then press ENTER.
The CONTENT MENU High Speed Library Dubbing appears.
CONTENT High Speed Library Dubbing MENU
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Copy (Saves Original) Move (Deletes Original) Same Disc (Saves Original)
to select Copy, Move or Same
Copy: After the operation is completed, a specified part will remain on the disc where it was previously located. Move: A part will move to the opposite disc and will be erased from the disc where it was previously located. Same Disc: A part will be copied to the same disc and the copied part will become another title. This operation is useful to change a Playlist to Original. Copy or Move is automatically selected in the following cases. Copy: When a specified title (or chapter) is a Playlist. When a specified title (or chapter) is locked ( page 50). Move: When a specified title (or chapter) is copy-protected.
DV recording (Recording from a digital video camera)
You can connect a DV format digital video camera to the DV terminal to record from it. Preparation
Press the HDD or DVD button to select a recording media Connect a DV format digital video camera to the DV terminal on the front panel.
to select DV Recording.
When using DV terminal, it is used for setting up Auto Chapter Creation and AV Record Quality.
DV Original Picture Recording
The EDIT MENU DV Recording (Option Setting) appears.
EDIT DV Recording (Option Setting)
DV Chapter Create DVD-Video:CHP Create DV Audio Input
By Date 5min.
By Scene 10min. 15min. 20min.
AV Record Quality SP 4.6
This display will also appear when a DV format digital video camera connected to the DV terminal is turned on.
to make the settings.
As you select each item, an explanation is provided.
To change the picture and sound rates: 1) Press the / buttons to select Change then press the ENTER button. 2) On the AV record quality display, press the ADJUST button to select a setting number. 3) Press the ENTER button.
Details on the recording appears.
Equipment with DV Terminal MENU DV Recording Play and then Pause with the connected equipment to DV. Manufacturer ------------------Playback Time Equipement ------------------:::F
Recording Media : DVD Rec Rec Stop(Save) Playback Time :: Remaining space :: AV Record Quality SP 4.6 D/M1 DV Chapter Create Off Full Display End Return
Play the connected DV format digital video camera and pause the play at a desired scene.
to select Rec, then press
Recording starts. To pause the recording, select Pause by the / / / buttons then press the ENTER button. To stop the recording, select Stop (Save) by the / / / buttons then press the ENTER button.
Editing DV Recording (Recording from a digital video camera) (Continued)
Select this position normally. The DVD player automatically detects source content, film or video, of playback source, and converts that signal in the progressive output format in an appropriate method.
Setting 1 Setting 2 Setting 3
The DVD player filters video signal, and converts it in the progressive output format appropriately. Suitable for playback of video content pictures.
The DVD player converts film content pictures in the progressive output format appropriately. Suitable for playback of film content pictures. The progressive output feature will be most effective under this selection.
Note Depending on the disc, pictures may be cut off or doubled.
Selects a setting for playback at a reduced noise level. Press the / buttons to select an item then select On or Off using the / buttons.
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.
To set the front panel display to turn on/off in the standby mode.
Sets the front panel display to turn on in the standby mode.
Sets the front panel display to turn off in the standby mode.
HDD auto stop
Turns off an HDD auto stop mode.
Turns HDD drive off after recorder is idle for approximately 5 minutes. When the PLAY or REC button is pressed for the HDD while the HDD drive is turned off, it takes a little longer time to play or record.
This deletes all the titles on the HDD. Only the recorded contents are deleted, so the DVD-RAM disc Library information and reservation history are left as is and can continue to be used.
Initializes the HDD. Normally it is not required to initialize the HDD. However when the HDD does not function correctly, initializing the HDD may solve the situation. If you initialize the HDD, all titles and library information stored in the HDD are permanently deleted.
All titles are about to be deleted in spite of title protected. Proceed?
1) Press the / buttons to select Yes, then press the ENTER button. 2) Confirm the message, press the / buttons to select Yes and then press the ENTER button. Deletion of all titles starts. If you want to cancel the deleting, select No.
Note If you periodically execute All HDD titles delete, this holds down fragmentation (increased complexity) of the disc and maintains good operability.
Entire disc contents including library will be erased if disc is formatted. Proceed?
1) Press the / buttons to select Start, then press the ENTER button. 2) Confirm the message, press the / buttons to select Start, and then press the ENTER button. Initialization of the HDD starts. If you want to cancel the initializing, select Cancel.
DVD-RAM Physical Format
Setting of picture and sound quality for recording
Sound setting D/M1 Picture quality setting SP LP MN Auto DVD Yes Yes Yes Yes HDD Yes Yes Yes Yes DVD Yes Yes Yes Yes D/M2 HDD Yes Yes Yes Yes DVD No No Yes Yes L-PCM HDD No No Yes Yes
Before calling service personnel Error codes on the display window Recording duration Language Code List Specification
Before calling service personnel
If you experience any of the following difficulties while using this unit, check the list below before consulting your nearest Toshiba dealer.
PT QU RM RN RO RU RW SA SD SG SH SI SK SL SM SN SO SQ SR SS ST SU SV SW TA TE TG TH TI TK TL TN TO TR TS TT TW UK UR UZ VI VO WO XH YO ZU
Portuguese Quechua Rhaeto-Romance Kirundi Rumanian Russian Kinyarwanda Sanskrit Sindhi Sango Serbo-Croatian Singhalese Slovak Slovenian Samoan Shona Somali Albanian Serbian Siswati Sesotho Sundanese Swedish Swahili Tamil Telugu Tajik Thai Tigrinya Turkmen Tagalog Setswana Tongan Turkish Tsonga Tatar Twi Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Volapk Wolof Xhosa Yoruba Zulu
I Power requirement during operation
I VIDEO input
1.0Vp-p (75), Sync signal negative, Pin jack x 2 systems, 2 at rear, 1 in front
I Power requirement at standby
2.7W or below (Eco mode: off) 0.8W or below (Eco mode: on)
I VIDEO output
1.0Vp-p (75), Sync signal negative, Pin jack x 2 systems, 2 at rear
I Power supply
120V AC, 60 Hz
I S-VIDEO input
(Y) 1.0Vp-p (75), Sync signal negative, Mini DIN4 Pin x 3 systems (C) 0.286Vp-p (75), 2 at rear, 1 in front
I External dimension
Width 430 x Height 78 x Depth 325mm
I S-VIDEO output
(Y) 1.0Vp-p (75), Sync signal negative, Mini DIN4 Pin x 2 systems (C) 0.286Vp-p (75), 2 at rear
I Incoming channels
TV: 2-69CH, Cable:1-125CH
I Antenna input/output terminal
VHF/UHF: 75, F Connector
I COMPONENT output (Y, PB, PR)
Y output (green), 1.0Vp-p (75), Sync signal negative, Pin jack x 1 system PB, PR output (blue, red), 0.7Vp-p (75), Pin jack x 1 system each
I Signal system
Standard NTSC Color TV system
Semiconductor laser, Wavelength: 650nm/780nm
I AUDIO input
2.0V (rms), 50k or below, pin jack (L, R) x 3 systems 2 at rear, 1 in front
DVD-VR format DVD-Video format
I Image recording system
I AUDIO output
2.0V (rms), 200 or above, pin jack (L, R) x 2 systems 2 at rear
I Sound recording system
Dolby Digital M1, M2, Linear PCM
I DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM (OPTICAL terminal)
Optical connector x 1 system
I DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT BITSTREAM/PCM (COAXIAL terminal)
0.5Vp-p (75), pin jack x 1 system
I CHANNEL CHANGE IR jack
This is for connection of the supplied IR control cable only.
I DV input
4-pin x 1 in front
Introduction Recording Playback Editing Library
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