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|M-Gremo||7:21am on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010|
|When this error started, I e-mailed NTI Shado... Size of case. Overall, it is excellent for people who want some extra HDD space, but would like to have that with their laptop at all times.|
|Dmitri||12:52am on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010|
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|its a great product and it works very well for the size hard drive Durable, Fast Connectivity, Quiet, Reliable, Versatile Cant connect with eSATA|
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HDD DVD With a disc inserted into the unit, press [DISPLAY] to display the On-Screen Display. The menu shows information about what is recorded on the disc.
1/ 5 C
0:01:00 / 1:23:45
-RW VR ORG TF1 3
VCR indicator HDD indicator DVD indicator VCR button HDD button DVD button
This is an example screen for explanation. Displayed items vary depending on the actual mode.
HDD Press [HDD] on the remote control or the front panel. (Verify that the HDD indicator is lit in blue.) DVD Press [DVD] on the remote control or the front panel. (Verify that the DVD indicator is lit in green.) VHS Press [VCR] on the remote control or the front panel. (Verify that the VCR indicator is lit in orange.)
1 Indicates a disc type and format mode. (DVD mode only) 2 Indicates a type of titles for HDD and VR mode DVD-RW disc. 3 Indicates a channel number, station name (analogue channel only) or selected external input mode. 4 Indicates a media, recording mode and possible recording time left. 5 Indicates the current title number/total number of titles, the current chapter number/total number of chapters, and time lapse of the current title playback/ total duration of the title. 6 Each icon means:
: Search : Audio : Subtitle : Angle : Repeat : Marker : Noise Reduction : Zoom : Surround
Playback Editing Function Setup VHS Functions
7 Indicates an operation status. 8 Indicates the component in use.
: HDD : DVD
For some descriptions on this manual, only one disc type is indicated as an example.
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Press [DISPLAY] while the On-Screen Display is displayed to display the following information. <Title / File Name Information> File name information
File Name My File
VHS Press [VCR] first. Press [DISPLAY] to display the On Screen Display.
(only when a CD with MP3/JPEG/DivX files is in playback) Title name information
Title Name My Title
This is an example screen for explanation. Displayed items are depending on the actual mode.
(only when DVD+RW/+R, VR mode DVD-RW/-R, unfinalised Video mode DVD-RW/-R disc or HDD is in playback) <MP3 Tag Information> (only when a CD with MP3 files is in playback) Title name information
1 Current time 2 Position number 3 Audio status of the receiving broadcast or external equipment 4 Audio status of the currently playing back videotape 5 Tape counter 6 Recording or playing back speed 7 Status of the current tape
While in the VHS mode, the On Screen Display of the VHS mode is displayed.
Artist name information
DVB Press [INFO C] while viewing a DVB programme to display the programme information.
Album name information
Video Info. : Audio Info. :
4 10:00 -11:00 11:00 -12:00
UKTV Gold TV gossip show Cooking show
1 480p / 2 YCbCr 3 Bitstream
Channel number Channel name Current programme information Next programme information
(only for the images output through the HDMI output)
1 Indicates the resolution of the HDMI output image. 2 Indicates the HDMI video format. 3 Indicates the HDMI audio format.
- - - will be displayed, when it does not have any information.
The window will automatically exit after 3 seconds, or press [INFO C] to exit.
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Press [SETUP] to display the main menu. Then use [U \ D] to select a menu and press [ENTER] to display the sub menu. These menus provide entries to all main functions of the unit.
To set up the OSD screen as you prefer.
To set up the video setting.
To set up the unit to record to discs as you prefer.
To set up the clock of the unit as you need.
General Setting Timer Programming Title List DVD Menu HDD Menu Dubbing DVB Menu CD Playback Mode
To adjust the channel setting of the unit as you prefer.
To set up the setting for the DivX playback.
To set up the HDMI connection setting. You cannot select if the HDMI cable is not connected.
9 Reset All: 1 General Setting:
To go to General Setting menu. To reset the setting to the factory default. DVB Menu
2 Timer Programming:
To programme a timer recording.
3 Title List:
To call up the title list.
4 DVD Menu:
To set up the DVD disc setting.
Adult Lock Maturity Lock Language About
5 HDD Menu:
To set up the HDD setting.
To dub the content of the HDD to DVD or vice versa. To dub the content of the HDD to VHS or vice versa. To dub the content of the DVD to VHS or vice versa. Dubbing is available only when a recordable disc or videotape is loaded.
1 Adult Lock:
To set up the Pincode for Adult Lock.
7 DVB Menu:
To set up the DVB setting.
2 Maturity Lock:
To set the age restriction for DVB programmes.
8 CD Playback Mode:
To set up the CD playback setting. CD Playback Mode is available only when an audio CD, a video CD, a CD-RW/-R with MP3 / JPEG / DivX files is inserted into the unit. General Setting
To set up the language for audio and subtitle.
To check the current DVB system software version of this unit.
General Setting Playback Display Video Recording Clock Channel DivX HDMI Reset All
Parental Lock Audio Out Disc Menu Language Audio Language Subtitle Language Angle Icon Still Mode Variable Skip / Replay TV System
To set up the unit to play discs as you prefer.
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9 Delete All Titles:
DVD Menu / CD Playback Mode / HDD Menu / Dubbing <DVD Menu menu>
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.
11 Delete All Playlists:
Allows you to delete all Playlists for HDD.
Format Finalise Disc Protect OFF ON Delete All Playlists
12 HDD A DVD: 13 DVD A HDD:
Allows you to dub from HDD to DVD. Allows you to dub from DVD to HDD.
<CD Playback Mode menu>
CD Playback Mode
14 HDD A VCR: 15 VCR A HDD: 16 DVD A VCR:
Allows you to dub from HDD to VHS. Allows you to dub from VHS to HDD. Allows you to dub from DVD to VHS.
Random Play Programme Play PBC (Video CD only) Slide Show
<HDD Menu menu>
17 VCR A DVD:
Allows you to dub from VHS to DVD.
Delete All Titles Delete All Unprotected Titles Delete All Playlists
HDD DVD HDD VCR DVD VCR
The number you selected will appear. Press  to cancel from the favourite group list.
DVB You can set the unit to skip the unwanted DVB channels when you use [PROG. G \ H].
DVB You can delete the DVB channels from the memorised DVB channels.
Follow steps 1 to 2 in Edit Channels (DVB) on page 29. Select the DVB channel you want to skip using [U \ D], then press [GREEN].
Follow steps 1 to 2 in Edit Channels (DVB) on page 29. Select the DVB channel you want to delete using [U \ D], then press [BLUE].
Edit Channels S. No. Channel name Moving picture 576i
France Crystal Palac 562000kHz/8M
will appear. Press [GREEN] to cancel.
will appear. Press [BLUE] to cancel. will disappear.
The channel has been deleted from the Edit Channels menu.
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DVB You can change the order of the DVB channels when you use [PROG. G \ H].
DVB You can check the detailed information of the current DVB channel.
Follow steps 1 to 2 in Edit Channels (DVB) on page 29. Select the DVB channel of which you want to change the position using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select the channel you want to replace with using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
The channel will be replaced.
Follow steps 1 to 3 in Auto Tuning (DVB) on page 27. Select Signal Information using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Signal Information display will appear.
15 CITV DVB-T 8M France
474000KHz 8M CITV 576i CITV 576i
A.PID V.PID P.PID
Edit Channel Names
DVB You can edit the DVB channel names as you want.
Follow steps 1 to 2 inEdit Channels (DVB) on page 29. Select the DVB channel of which you want to edit the name to using [U \ D], press [RED].
Name editing display will appear.
Edit Channels Fav Skip Lock Del S. No. Channel Name N 1 Moving picture 576i 1 @S# ABC DEF 2 ITV3 GHI ITV2 JKL MNO 4 4ITVPQRS TUV WXYZ Channel 4 7E4 SPACE 0 France Crystal Palace 562000kHz/8M a 0-9 A->a INS DEL e
Signal Information is not available for analogue channel and external input (AV1/AV2/AV3/ DV(AV4)). Signal Information is also not available while the Pincode input field for locked DVB channel is displayed.
Select Stereo, Right or Left using [L \ P]. Select your desired audio language using [U \ D].
The available audio language varies depending on the DVB programmes.
If the programme is changed, the audio language will be switched back to the default language you set in the DVB Menu. Refer to Language Setting on pages 34 to 35.
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DVB Menu Setting
You can make settings of the digital tuner from the DVB Menu.
DVB According to the age rating signal which comes with each DVB programme, you can lock each programme.
Pincode Setting for Adult Lock
DVB You can set Adult Lock to ON or OFF and also change Pincode.
Follow steps 1 to 2 in Pincode Setting for Adult Lock on this page. Select Maturity Lock using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
If Adult Lock is set to ON, enter the Pincode to proceed to next step.
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select DVB Menu using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select Adult Lock using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
DVB Menu Adult Lock Maturity Lock Language About
Select the desired rating using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Select OFF to disable Maturity Lock.
DVB Menu Adult Lock Maturity Lock Language About Maturity Lock OFF
Select ON or OFF using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. To set Adult Lock to ON:
1) Enter your desired Pincode using [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER]. 2) For confirmation, enter the Pincode again using [the Number buttons] then press [ENTER].
Once Maturity Lock has been set, Pincode will be required in order to view the programme that exceeds the age restriction. In order to activate Maturity Lock, Adult Lock has to be set to ON. To set Adult Lock, refer to Pincode Setting for Adult Lock on this page.
To set Adult Lock to OFF:
Enter the Pincode using [the Number buttons]. While entering the Pincode, use [L] or [CLEAR] to clear the numbers once entered.
Follow steps 1 to 2 in Pincode Setting for Adult Lock on this page. Select Language using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Select the item by which you want to change the language using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
If there are 7 programmes or more, use [SKIP H \ G] to turn the page.
Enter the date using [U \ D], then press [P].
Each time you press [D] at the current date, the timer recording date will change as follows. e.g., 1st January
Daily M-F (Mon.-Fri.) W-SAT W-FRI
The remaining recording time will appear on the TV screen during One-touch Timer Recording. Press [DISPLAY] to see it on the TV screen. The remaining recording time will be displayed on the front panel display during One-touch Timer Recording. Unlike the timer recording, you can perform the following operations during One-touch Timer Recording. - Turn off the power. (One-touch timer recording will be cancelled.) - Use [REC I] on the remote control.
You cannot use the pause function during Onetouch Timer Recording. The unit will be turned off automatically under the following conditions. - No space remains on the disc. - If a power failure occurs. If the external equipment is connected to AV2, the picture of the external equipment will be output except during the DVD playback of this unit. Turn off the external equipment or press [DISPLAY] to output the picture of this unit.
Skip CH 901
Date 01/01 REC To HDD
Start - :Mode XP
End - :VPS/PDC OFF 1:00
Enter the time to start and to end using [U \ D], then press [P].
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Select the channel number to record using [U \ D], then press [P].
To record from the external input, select AV1, AV2, or AV3.
If you have not set the clock, the clock setting window will appear instead of the Timer Programming list. Continue from step 4 in Manual Clock Setting on page 36 before programming the timer. Press [U \ D] to move the cursor in Timer Programming list. If you have a timer programme with VPS/PDC function, and if you are watching different channel from the timer programme, confirmation message to change the channel will appear 15 minutes before the programme starts (the message will also reappear 30 seconds before the programme starts). The channel will automatically be changed to the programmed channel 15 seconds before the programme starts. Alternate recording (DVD only). If there is no recordable disc in the unit, if the disc does not have enough space to complete the recording, or if the material is copy-once programme and prohibited to be recorded on a DVD in the unit, the unit will detect it and automatically record to the HDD even when DVD is selected as the recording media. If the available space on the HDD is less than that of DVD, the unit will not perform the alternate recording. This feature is available only for timer recording. Not available for one-touch timer recording.
Hints for the Timer Recording
If there is a power failure or the unit is unplugged for more than 30 seconds, the clock setting and all timer settings will be lost. If a disc is not inserted or if a inserted disc is not recordable (finalised DVD-RW/-R, finalised DVD+R, a fully recorded disc, etc.), the unit will perform the alternate recording to the HDD. (See page 45.) When a timer recording is completed, the unit will ask you whether to turn off the unit if there is no timer recording which starts within 4 minutes, except under conditions listed below. - During playback of HDD or DVD. - While displaying menus or information on the screen. The unit will be turned off automatically if you select Yes or if you do not reply in 1 minute. When the programmed starting and ending time are earlier than the current time, the setting will not be accepted. The audio language which is selected in the DVB Menu will be recorded for the timer recording of digital TV broadcasting. Timer recording whose recording time exceeds 12 hours cannot be made. It is prohibited to turn off the unit from 4 minutes before the programmed starting time. It is prohibited to change channel from 15 seconds before the programmed starting time. [REC I] does not work from 2 minutes before the programmed starting time. If it comes to 2 minutes before the starting time during regular or one-touch timer recording, the recording in progress will be stopped. Playback of DVD/CD is prohibited from 2 minutes before the programmed starting time when the recording media is DVD. If it comes to 2 minutes before the programmed starting time during DVD/ CD playback, the playback will be stopped. When 2 or more programmes are overlapped, Timer programme overlapped appears, and the overlapped programme will be displayed in blue. To correct the timer programme refer to Checking, Cancelling or Correcting the Timer Programming Information on page 46. If the Start time is earlier and the End time is later than the current time, the recording will start immediately after you press [ENTER] at step 9 on page 45.
Connections Basic Setup Recording Playback Editing Function Setup VHS Functions Others
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Priority of overlapped settings The unit records programmes according to priority if the timer programmes overlap. If the starting time is same: The timer programming set first (PROG. 1) has priority.
One Touch Dubbing
VHS DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW DVD+R DVD+R You can start dubbing right away with just one touch.
One Touch Dubbing between HDD and DVD
If you are dubbing a title in the HDD, press [HDD] first. If you are dubbing a title in a disc, press [DVD] first. During playback of the title you want to dub, press [DUBBING]. If you are playing back an HDD, HDD to DVD dubbing will start right away. If you are playing back a DVD, DVD to HDD dubbing will start right away. (HDD to DVD only) During playback of the title you want to dub, press [DUBBING HDD M DVD] on the front panel. HDD to DVD dubbing will start right away. To stop the dubbing in progress: Press [C STOP] on the front panel. Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.
When dubbing from DVD to HDD, only One Touch Dubbing will be available for finalised DVD-R, Video mode DVD-RW or DVD+R. The dubbing will start from the beginning of the title being played back. The unit will dub only the title being played back. If the title was in the resume stop mode, the dubbing will start from the beginning to the end of the resume stopped title. When dubbing from HDD to DVD or VR mode DVDRW to HDD, recording mode will automatically be set to High whenever the conditions are met. (See page 53.) If the high speed dubbing is not available, the title will be dubbed in normal speed with the recording mode of the title. If the title is recorded in other brand's DVD recorder, the title will be dubbed in normal speed with the recording mode that you set with [REC MODE]. If there is not enough space left on the disc for high/ normal speed dubbing with the titles recording mode, the title will be dubbed in normal speed with Auto mode. If there is not enough space left on the disc for normal speed dubbing with SLP mode, the title will be dubbed in normal speed with SLP mode until the space of the disc runs out. If you press [DUBBING HDD M DVD] on the front panel in stop mode without selecting any title, the unit will start dubbing the last title in the Original List or the Playlist. It will start dubbing the title in the Original List if the Original List was the last selected list. It will start dubbing the title in the Playlist if the Playlist was the last selected list.
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One Touch Dubbing from VHS to DVD
Selected Title Dubbing
DVD-RW DVD-RW VD-RW DVD+R DVD+R
If you are dubbing a title in the videotape, press [VCR] first.
Press [PLAY B] to start the playback of the videotape you want to dub. Press [STOP C] or [PAUSE F] where you want to start dubbing. Press [DUBBING VCR M DVD] on the front panel.
The dubbing will start from there to the end.
In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select Dubbing using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Setup General Setting Timer Programming Title List DVD Menu HDD Menu Dubbing DVB Menu
To stop the dubbing in progress: Press [C STOP] on the front panel. Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.
When dubbing starts, the video image may be distorted because of the Digital Tracking function. This is not a malfunction. Play the videotape until the image clears up and then start the dubbing. Dubbing takes as much time as the playback does.
HDD to DVD / DVD to HDD
One-Title Dubbing between HDD and DVD
DVD+RW DVD+RW VD+RW DVD+R DVD+R This function lets you select one specific title from the title list for dubbing.
HDD A DVD Select HDD A DVD using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. DVD A HDD Select DVD A HDD using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
e.g.) HDD A DVD
Dubbing HDD DVD HDD VCR DVD VCR DVD HDD VCR HDD VCR DVD
If you are dubbing a title in the HDD, press [HDD] first. If you are dubbing a title in a disc, press [DVD] first.
Press [TOP MENU]. Select a desired title to be dubbed using [U \ D \ L \ P], then press [ENTER]. SelectDubbing using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
e.g.) HDD Original
Resume Playback Play From Start Edit Title Delete Add To Playlist Delete Plural Titles Dubbing
Select Add using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Start Dubbing? Yes No
Dubbing List Add Delete All Dubbing Start
Dubbing of the selected title will start. To stop the dubbing in progress: Press [C STOP] on the front panel. Press [STOP C] for 2 seconds on the remote control.
If you have registered any dubbing before, they will be listed in the dubbing title list.
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Select a desired title using [U \ D \ L \ P], then press [ENTER].
Select a desired recording mode using [L \ P], then press [ENTER].
21/ 01/ 08 07:SP 07:00 (00:30:00) 21/01/08
Please select REC MODE.
SP LP EP SLP
500 MB 3000 MB
The title is now registered in the dubbing list.
Repeat steps 4 to 5 until you register all the titles to be dubbed.
Confirmation message will appear. Depending on the dubbing direction, the available recording mode varies. When dubbing from HDD to DVD, you can select High to perform the high speed dubbing (refer to Recording Mode for Dubbing on page 53 for more details).
If selecting a smaller factor than that currently selected, the zoom area is not displayed. You cannot slide the zoomed picture on some JPEG files.
To return to normal playback, press [PLAY B].
Forward / reverse speeds are indicated with icons as follows. Forward (Approx. Speed): 1/16x: 1/8x: 1/3x: Reverse (Approx. Speed): 1/16x: 1/8x: 1/4x:
For some DivX files, Slow forward may not function. Only slow forward is available when playing back Video CDs and discs with DivX files.
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Chasing Playback during Recording
DVD-RW DVD-RW VD-RW DVD+R DVD+R DVD-RW CD VCD
You can play back a title being recorded from the beginning while recording continues.
You can assign a specific point on a disc to return later.
During recording, press [PLAY B].
Playback of the title you are recording will start from the beginning. Elapsed playback time will be displayed on the front panel display.
During playback, press [DISPLAY]. Select the icon using [L \ P], then press [ENTER] within 1 second, or wait for 1 second to display the marker list.
e.g.) Marker setup menu for DVD-Video
To stop the playback, press [STOP C] once.
The front panel display will switch back to show the elapsed recording time. If you press [STOP C] twice, it will stop the recording.
Using the [TIME SLIP] button
With [TIME SLIP], even if you leave your couch while you are watching TV through this unit, you can come back and watch the rest of the programme right from where you left at any the convenient time with just one button.
Select the desired marker number using [U \ D]. When the disc reaches the desired point, press [ENTER].
The title (track) number and the time are displayed.
When you leave the TV, press [TIME SLIP] twice. (When you are recording the TV programme to HDD, press once.)
Unless the unit is in HDD recording mode, the unit will start recording the TV broadcast with the first press. With the second press, or the first press when the unit is in HDD recording mode, the image will be paused while the recording continues. (It is as if you have paused the live TV broadcast.)
To return to the marker, select the desired marker number using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
To clear a marker, select the marker number you want to clear, then press [CLEAR]. You can mark up to 6 points.
When you come back, press [TIME SLIP] again.
for the title number is highlighted.
Searching for a Title:
Video CD, Audio CD, MP3/JPEG files recorded on a disc and DivX files can also be played back during HDD recording.
Enter the desired title number to search for using [U \ D] or [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
Title search will start.
Total number of chapters and playback time of the selected title are also displayed. Searching for a Chapter:
Press [L \ P] to highlight the number displayed in the right side of the icon. Enter the desired chapter number to search for using [U \ D] or [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
Chapter search will start.
The title number and playback time of the selected chapter are also displayed.
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HDD DVD-R VCD
During playback, press [SKIP G] to skip the current track and move to the next.
The unit moves to the next track one after another. To go back to the previous track, press [SKIP H] twice in quick successions. The unit moves backward one track at a time.
For audio CD, skip to step 2.
for the title or track number is highlighted.
Press [L \ P] to highlight
for the track number is highlighted.
Enter the desired time to search for using [U \ D] or [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
Time search will start.
Enter the desired track number to search for using [U \ D] or [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
Track search will start.
During Random playback or Programme playback, you cannot search the desired time. The title number and chapter number of the setting time are also displayed. Time search function is available only in the same track or title.
For Video CDs, you can perform the track search function in stop mode without turning PBC off manually.
During Random playback or Programme playback, you cannot search the desired track.
CD You can search the desired track directly.
Using [the Number buttons]
During playback, if the display menu is not displayed, press [the Number buttons] to enter the desired track number.
During Random playback or Programme playback, you cannot search the desired track directly.
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Repeat / Random / Programme Playback / Slide Show
Point B for the repeat A-B playback should be set within the same title or track as point B. You cannot select Group during the random playback of MP3 and JPEG files. Chapter / Track repeat will be cancelled whenever a Chapter / Track is skipped forward or backward. For some DivX files, A-B Repeat playback may not function. For Video CDs with PBC function, repeat playback does not work while the PBC function is on.
Move the analogue channels to different position. Provide DivX VOD registration code. OFF English French Spanish German Italian Swedish Dutch Russian1 Russian2 Hungarian Polish Czech Hebrew RGB YCbCr ON OFF Normal Enhanced Set the language for DivX Subtitle.
E Page 91
HDMI Audio E Page 91 RGB Range E Page 92
Set the colour space for the HDMI output. Set whether to output the HDMI audio signal or not. Set the black-white contrast level for HDMI RGB output. Set to the default setting.
E Page 92
Your change to each settings stays on even when the power is switched off. An item which is not currently available is grayed in the settings.
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Playback 1 In stop mode, press [SETUP]. Select
Parental Lock function may not be available on some discs. It may be difficult to determine if some DVDs support the parental lock function. Be sure to confirm that Parental Lock function operates in the way that you have set. Record the password in case you forget it. A password is not yet set
Select Playback using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Select Yes using [U \ D], then press [ENTER]. Enter a new password using [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
Change Password? Yes No Password Input
Your setting is activated.
Select a desired item using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
If you select No, press [SETUP] to exit. A password is already set
Enter the current password using [the Number buttons].
If you want to change the password, select Yes using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Change Password? Yes No
Refer to 1. to 9. on pages 86 to 88 and set the selected item. When you finish with the setting, press [SETUP] to exit.
Set Parental Lock level.
Enter a new password using [the Number buttons], then press [ENTER].
1. Parental Lock (Default: All) (DVD only)
Change Parental Lock level using [U \ D], then press [ENTER].
Proceed to either of the following steps.
Parental Lock All 2 1
Press [CLEAR] to erase numbers entered incorrectly. If you forget your password or you want to clear all settings in Parental Lock, enter , , ,  using [the Number buttons] at the option window. Your password is cleared and parental levels are set to All.
Press [VCR]. Select the recording mode using [REC MODE]. (See page 93.) Select the desired channel to record using [PROG. G \ H] or [the Number buttons]. Press [REC I] repeatedly until the desired recording time (30 minutes to 8 hours) appears on the TV screen.
Dubbing will start from where the tape is stopped.
When the unit reaches the specified time, it will be turned off automatically. To change the recording length during One-touch Timer Recording, press [REC I] repeatedly until desired length appears. To cancel One-touch Timer Recording within the specified time, press [STOP C].
Press [VCR]. Press [SEARCH] so that the index search menu appears. Enter the number of recordings you want to skip using [the Number buttons] within 30 seconds. Press [FWD D] or [REV E] to start index search.
If you want to go in the forward direction, press [FWD D]. If you want to go in the reverse direction, press [REV E]. After index search, the VHS will play back the tape automatically.
The remaining recording time will appear on the TV screen during One-touch Timer Recording. Press [DISPLAY] to see it on the TV screen.
If VHS One-touch Timer Recording is completed during HDD/DVD playback or recording, the VHS will be in stop mode and the HDD/DVD keeps the current mode. You cannot use the pause function during Onetouch Timer Recording. When One-touch Timer Recording is finished and the power is turned off, the unit will switch to the timer-standby mode automatically if a timer recording has been programmed.
This function is not available during recording. Every time a tape is recorded, an index mark is written on the tape. You can make the index mark up to 20.
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VHS This feature allows you to go to a specific point on a tape by entering the exact amount of time you want to skip in order to reach the point.
Changing the Video Colour System
Different countries use different television colour systems. This unit will distinguish the video colour system (SECAM, PAL or MESECAM) automatically according to the format of a pre-recorded video tape during playback or the input signal from the tuner or external devices. To change the video colour system manually, press [MODE]. Each time you press [MODE], the colour system will change as follows.
Press [VCR]. Press [SEARCH] repeatedly until the time search menu appears. Enter your desired time to skip using [the Number buttons] within 30 seconds. Press [FWD D] or [REV E] to start time search.
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