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2 Use the / buttons to select DUALMONO, then press ENTER. 3 Use / to select a setting. Select one of the following: CH1 MONO (default) Only channel 1 is played CH2 MONO Only channel 2 is played CH1/CH2 Both channels are played through the front speakers 4 Press ENTER to exit.
Note 1 This setting is effective for the speaker output. A similar adjustment feature is available on the HDD/DVD recorder see Audio DRC on page 141. 2 This setting is effective for the speaker output. A similar adjustment feature is available on the HDD/DVD recorder see Switching audio channels on page 99.
Important When connecting this system or changing connections, be sure to switch power off and disconnect the power cord from the wall socket. After completing all connections, connect the power cord to the wall socket.
Listening to an external audio source
You can connect both analog and digital external audio sources to this system. Digital audio sources include digital satellite receivers, CD recorders, etc. Analog sources include your TV. See also Using this system for TV audio on page 14 and Connecting auxiliary components above.
Connecting auxiliary components
This system has optical-type digital inputs. Use these to connect external components, such as your MD or CD recorder.
VR1 DVD/DVR2 DIGITAL AL) (OPTICAL) (OPTICAL)
1 If the system isnt already on, press RECEIVER to switch on. Also make sure that the external source (TV, satellite receiver, etc.) is switched on.
AM LOOP ANTENNA FM UNBAL 75 AUDIO INPUT DIGITAL ANALOG
2 Use the AUDIO IN button to select an audio input source.
To digital audio output (optical)
3 If necessary, start playback of the external source.
MD, CD Recorder, etc.
Connect the DVD/DVR2 (OPTICAL) or DIGITAL (OPTICAL) jack on the rear panel to the optical output of an external playback component. These include digital components such as an MD player, digital satellite, or a game system.
Connecting an analog audio component
You can use the ANALOG input jacks to connect an analog audio component, such as a tape player. See Using this system for TV audio on page 14 for connection details (this explains connecting the audio output from your TV, but any analog audio component can be connected).
Connecting external antennas
For an external AM antenna, use 5 to 6 meters of vinylinsulated wire and set up either indoors or outdoors. Leave the loop antenna connected. For an external FM antenna, use a PAL connector to hook up an external FM antenna.
external FM antenna external AM antenna
Using this unit with a Pioneer plasma display
If you have a Pioneer plasma display1, you can use an SR+ cable2 to connect it to this unit and take advantage of various convenient features, such as controlling this unit via the plasma displays remote sensor, automatic video input switching of the plasma display, display unit messages appearing on the plasma display screen, and automatic volume muting on the plasma display.
Off: power is never supplied to the aerial.
Choose a language (then press ENTER).
Initial Setup Basic Tuner Video In/ O ut Audio In Audio O ut Language Re cording Playback Language Clock Setting Input Line System Pow er Save HELPp Setup N avig ator
6 Select Auto Scan to start scanning for D.TV channels. Select Do not set if you want to skip D.TV channel setup (because they have already been set up, for example), then skip to step 8 below.
7 Select your country. The recorder starts scanning for new channels. After the scan is complete the recorder will let you know how many new channels were found. The country setting will apply to both the digital and analog TV tuners. The clock will also be set automatically here if D.TV channels are found. If no new channels were found a message appears asking if you want to scan again. Check the aerial connection before selecting Yes. (If you select No, skip to step 8 below.)
Note 1 If the recorder does not accept the On or Auto setting (the highlight jumps back to Off), check that the antenna is properly connected and that it is not shorted, then try making the setting again.
8 Select the analog TV (A.TV) Auto Channel Setting (Auto Scan or Download from TV), or Do not set.
k Setting Auto Channel Setting Line System er Save P English Auto Scan Download from TV
Auto clock setting Some TV channels broadcast time signals together with the programme. This recorder can use these signals to set the clock automatically. Set Clock Set CH to the channel preset number that broadcasts a time signal, then move the cursor down to Start and press ENTER.
k Setting Auto Clock Setting Line System Date er Save Time P p Navigator Clock Set CH / / : Pr 1 Start
p Navigator Do not Set
Select Do not set if you want to skip channel setup (because they have already been set up, for example).
You can only use the Download from TV feature if this recorder is connected to your TV using a fullywired 21-pin SCART cable via the AV1 (RGB)-TV connector, and if your TV supports this function (check your TVs instruction manual for more details).
If the broadcast audio is bilingual and you are recording to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode), DVD+R/+RW, or to the HDD with the HDD Recording Format set to Video Mode On, or on the LPCM setting, use the Bilingual Recording setting (page 140) to select the A/L or B/R audio channel to record before recording starts. In other cases, both channels of a bilingual broadcast will be recorded and you can switch on playback.
Restrictions on video recording
You cannot record copy-protected video using this recorder. Copy-protected video includes DVD-Video discs and some satellite broadcasts. If copy-protected material is encountered during a recording, recording will pause automatically and an error message will be displayed onscreen. Video that is copy-once only can only be recorded to DVD-RAM or HDD, CPRM-compatible VR mode DVD-R/ -RW (see below). When recording a TV broadcast or through an external input, you can display copy control information on screen (see Displaying disc information on-screen on page 99).
HDD Video mode compatibility
When recording to the HDD you can choose to record in one of two formats. Set the format from the HDD Recording Format item in the Initial Setup menu (see page 143). When set to Video Mode On, high-speed copying from HDD to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW is possible. When recording a bilingual broadcast, set which channel you want to record from the Initial Setup menu (see Bilingual Recording on page 140). When HDD Recording Format is set to Video Mode Off, high-speed copying from HDD to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW isnt possible. However, both channels of bilingual broadcasts are recorded and you can switch the audio on playback.
CPRM is a copy protection/scrambling system developed for the recording of copy once broadcast programmes. CPRM stands for Content Protection for Recordable Media. This recorder is CPRM compatible, which means that you can record copy-once broadcast programmes, but you cannot then make a copy of those recordings. CPRM recordings can only be made on CPRM-compatible DVD -R (ver. 2.0/8x or higher) or DVD-RW (ver. 1.1 or higher) discs formatted in VR mode, DVD-RAM discs or on the HDD. DVD CPRM recordings can only be played on players that are specifically compatible with CPRM.
Recording equipment and copyright
Recording equipment should be used only for lawful copying. You are advised to check carefully what constitutes lawful copying in the country in which you are making a copy. Copying of copyrighted material such as films or music is unlawful unless permitted by a legal exception or consented to by the rightowners.
When watching a recording made from an external input with Bilingual recording selected (see External Audio on page 140), you can switch the audio channel between left (L), right (R) or both (L+R).
+ TEXT Press to start the MHEG application. 2 MAIN SUB You can also use any of the colour buttons.
Press TEXT to quit the MHEG application.
(European countries except the UK.) You can view the Teletext that comes simultaneously with certain programmes.
+ TEXT MAIN SUB Press to display the Teletext. You can also use any of the colour buttons.
Press the TEXT button again to hide the Teletext screen.
When recording to the HDD with HDD Recording Format set to Video Mode On, to DVD-R/-RW (Video mode), to DVD+R/+RW, or on the LPCM setting, only one channel of a bilingual broadcast is recorded. In this case, decide which language you want to record before recording by setting the Bilingual Recording setting (see Bilingual Recording on page 140).
Switching between TV and DVD Changing A.TV audio channels
You can change the audio channel of the broadcast or external input signal.
MAIN SUB + Press to change the audio type. The current audio channel is displayed on-screen.
When the recorder is stopped or recording you can choose whether to have the audio/video from the built-in TV tuner (or external input) play on your TV (DVD mode), or watch the channel that the TV is currently set to (TV mode). During playback or when a menu is being displayed onscreen, the sound and video is always routed to your TV and is unaffected by the TV/DVD mode setting. Note that the recorder must be connected to your TV using a SCART cable to be able to use this feature. MAIN mode.
Switch between TV mode and DVD
Note 1 If you start recording while the MHEG application is running, the MHEG application screen will also be recorded. To avoid this, quit the application first, then start recording. It is not possible to start the MHEG application while recording is in progress. 2 This function is not available when subtitle display is active.
Setting the picture quality/recording time
DVD (VR) DVD (Video) DVD+R DVD+RW DVD-RAM HDD
Before starting a recording, you will usually want to set the picture quality/recording time. There are six standard settings available, which allow you to choose a balance between picture quality and recording time. When Manual Recording is set to On (see Manual Recording on page 142), a further option will be available (MN1 to MN32, LPCM, or XP+ (a super-high quality HDD recording mode that features a transfer rate of around 15 Mbps) depending on what you set). When recording to DVD, MN32 is the highest recording quality available. If you select XP+, the recording mode will automatically revert to MN32.
3 Choose a view option, then press ENTER. The title list display is updated according to the new display preferences.
Using the Disc Navigator with playback-only discs
DVD-Video CD Video CD Super VCD WMA/MP3 DivX
Display the Home Menu.
Resume normal playback.
Select Disc Navigator.
Note 1 No subtitles are displayed when scanning DVDs and DivX titles. No sound is output when scanning from the HDD, DVDs and DivX, except on forward SCAN 1. Depending on the disc, normal playback may automatically resume when a new chapter is reached on a DVD disc. 2 Reverse playback may not be smooth.
Playing in slow motion
DVD HDD Video CD Super VCD DivX
The Play Mode menu
You can play video at various slow motion speeds. DVDs and video on the HDD can be played in slow motion in either direction, while Video CDs/Super VCDs and DivX titles can only be played forwards in slow motion. There is no sound when playing in slow motion.
The Play Mode menu gives you access to search functions, repeat and programme play functions.
Select Play Mode from the Home Menu.
Search Mode A-B Repeat Repeat Programme
Time Search Title Search Chapter Search
2 Press and hold to start slow motion reverse or forward play.
3 Press repeatedly to change the slow motion speed. The current playback speed is indicated on-screen.
The Search Mode feature lets you start playback from a specified point in a disc by time2 or by title/chapter/ folder/track number.
Frame advance/frame reverse
1 Select Search Mode from the Play Mode menu, then choose a search option. The available search options depend on the type of disc.
You can advance or back up video on a DVD disc1 or the HDD frame-by-frame. With Video CDs/Super VCDs and DivX titles, you can only use frame advance.
Enter a title/chapter/folder/track number or a search time.
Play Mode Search Mode A-B Repeat Repeat Programme Time Search Title Search Chapter Search Input Time 0.01.00
2 Back up or advance one frame with each press. You can also do this by rotating the Smart Jog.
Time Search (HDD, DVD): For example, for 25 minutes into the current title, press 2, 5, 0, 0. For 1 hour and 15 minutes and 20 seconds into the title, press 1, 1, 5, 2, 0. Time Search (Video CD): For example, for 2 minutes and 30 seconds into the current track, press 2, 3, 0. Title/Chapter/Folder/Track Search: For example, for track 6, press 6. 3
4 Titles 9 Recent first 8 All Genres HDD SP Remain 30h30m 7
Erase Free2 2h00m(1.0G) 2h00m(1.0G) Free3 Edit Free5
20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SP Free4 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G) Multi-Mode
Genre 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 Cancel Name SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP Cancel 1h00m(1.0G)
Input a name for the genre. The name can be up to 12 characters long.
Input Genre Name Fr ee 1 CAPS small
DN O OOO + /@ [ \
OK to combine titles 1 and 3 ? Yes No
Select OK to enter the name and exit.
DVD (Video) DVD (VR) DVD+R DVD+RW
Multi-Mode allows you to select several titles, then select a command that will be applied to all of them. In this way you can select multiple titles and then erase them all at once, for example.
If you make a mistake while editing, you can generally undo it. There is one level of undo (in other words, you can only undo the last edit you made).
1 Select Multi-Mode from the command menu panel.
Disc Navigator (HDD) 4 Titles 9 Recent first 8 All Genres HDD SP Remain 30h30m 7 10Titles 23:00 MON 7:00PM 11/29 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP Play 23:00 Fri 7:00PM SP 11/29Mon 3/12 Pr 4 2ch SP 20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SP 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP
Select Undo from the command menu panel. You cant undo anything after exiting the Disc Navigator screen.
Disc Navigator (DVD) Titles 11/29 MON 7:00PM Play No 7:00PM 2ch SP 11/29Montitle
2h00m(1.0G) Genre Name 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP
19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G) DVD VR Mode Remain 0h30m
2 Select titles from the title list. Selected titles are marked with a. You can also use the Smart Jog to select titles.
Frequently asked questions Why doesnt the available recording time increase when I erase titles from a VR mode DVD-R? When you erase titles from a DVD-R (or DVD+R), the titles are no longer displayed, but the content remains on the disc. DVD-R/+R are write-once media; they cant be erased or rewritten. I cant edit my disc! You may find that as the available recording time is reduced on a VR mode DVD-R disc, editing is no longer possible. This is because information about your edits requires a certain amount of disc space. As you edit, this information builds up, eventually preventing you from editing further.
3 Select the command that you want applied to all the marked titles. For example, select Erase to erase all the marked titles.
Disc Navigator (HDD) 4 Titles 9 Recent first 8 All Genres HDD SP Remain 30h30m 7
23:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 4 SP Erase 23:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 4 SP
2h00m(1.0G) 20:00 FRI 3/12 Pr 9 SPChange Genre 20:00 Fri 3/12 Pr 9 SP 2h00m(1.0G)
Single Mode 22:00 THU 2/12 Pr 7 SP 22:00 Thu 2/12 Pr 7 SP
1h00m(1.0G) 19:00 MON 29/11 Pr 2 SP 19:00 Mon 29/11 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(1.0G)
Once the command is completed, Multi-Mode is automatically exited.
Copying and backup
Use the copying features of this recorder to: Back up important recordings stored on the HDD to a DVD. Make a DVD copy of a recording on the HDD to play in another player. Transfer video from a DVD to the HDD for editing. Transfer edited video from the HDD to DVD. The simplest way to copy a title is to use the One Touch Copy feature. This copies the currently playing HDD title to DVD, or DVD title to the HDD. See One Touch Copy below for detailed instructions. For more sophisticated copying tasks you can build a Copy List of titles to copy, and edit titles so that you only copy the bits you want. See Using Copy Lists on page 115 for detailed instructions. Where possible, the recorder will copy your recordings at high-speed. Depending on the recording mode, the kind of disc loaded and various other factors, copying can be as fast as one minute per hour of video. See Minimum copying times on page 150 for more on copying times. If you want to save disc space you can copy video at a lower recording quality (for example, an XP recording on the HDD copied to SP on a DVD). Copying in this way is always done in real-time. When real-time copying from the HDD to a DVD-R/-RW (Video mode) or DVD+R/+RW, the chapter markers in the original material are not copied. Chapter markers are put into the copy at intervals, according to the Auto Chapter settings (see also Auto Chapter (Video) and Auto Chapter (DVD+R/+RW) on page 143). You can identify copy-once protected material during playback by displaying disc information on-screen. If the current title is copy-once protected, an exclamation mark ( ! ) is shown.
Recording equipment should be used only for lawful copying and you are advised to check carefully what is lawful copying in the country in which you are making a copy. Copying of copyright material such as films or music is unlawful unless permitted by a legal exception or consented to by the rightowners.
One Touch Copy
* See also Copyright above. The One Touch Copy feature copies the currently playing or selected (in the Disc Navigator) HDD title to DVD, or DVD title to HDD. The whole title is copied, regardless of where in the title you start the copy. HDD to DVD copies are made in the same recording mode. When copying DVD to HDD, the copy is made in whatever recording mode is currently set. Make sure that a recordable DVD disc is loaded when trying to copy from the HDD.
1 If youre copying from DVD to the HDD, select a recording mode. Note that selecting a recording mode higher than the title playing will not result in a better quality recording.
The Command Menu panel
Copy Select Title WED MON SAT THU WED MON FRI WED 29/03 27/03 25/03 23/03 22/03 20/03 17/03 15/03 20:00 21:00 23:00 22:00 20:00 13:00 21:00 20:00 HDD DVD (Video mode) 8 Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Pr Title
Wed29/03 Mon 27/03 S a t 25/03 Thu 23/03 Wed 22/03 Mon 20/03 F r i 17/03 Wed 15/03 Wed29/03 Back
Continue Using Previous Copy List
Create New Copy List
If you select Continue Using Previous Copy List , skip to step 10 below. Selecting Create New Copy List will erase any Copy List already stored in the recorder. 7
20:00 20:00 Copy List Total Current DVD Remain
Pr 2 SP 1h00m(2.0G) Sports SP
Select Next to move on to the Title Edit screen.
Copy Title Edit HDD DVD (Video mode) 2 Title
5 Add titles to the Copy List (highlight a title and press ENTER to add).
Copy Select Title WED MON S AT THU WED MON FRI WED 29/03 27/03 25/03 23/03 22/03 20/03 17/03 15/03 20:00 21:00 23:00 22:00 20:00 13:00 21:00 20:00 HDD DVD (Video mode) 8 Title
20:00 Wed29/03 Pr 2 SP 20:00 Wed22/03 Pr 2 SP
Wed29/03 Mon 27/03 S a t 25/03 T h u 23/03 Wed 22/03 Mon 20/03 F r i 17/03 Wed 15/03 Pr 2 Pr 4 Pr 9 Pr 6 Pr 2 Pr 9 Pr 4 Pr 2 SP SP SP SP SP SP SP SP Pr 2 Pr 4 Pr 9 Pr 6 Pr 2 Pr 9 Pr 4 Pr 2 Pr 2
20:00 Wed29/03 Pr 2 SP 1h00m(2.0G)
Copy List Total Current DVD Remain
20:00 Wed29/03 Pr 2 SP 20:00 1h00m(2.0G) Sports SP Copy List Total Current DVD Remain 0.0G 4.3G
Titles youve added to the Copy List are highlighted in pink.
Note 1 The following titles cannot be copied at high-speed for DVD+R/+RW: Titles recorded in MN1 to MN6, SEP, SLP or EP mode. The following titles cannot be copied at high-speed for DVD-R/-RW (Video Mode) and DVD+R/+RW: Widescreen titles recorded at low resolution (SEP through LP/MN1 to MN15 (Video Mode Off) or MN1 to MN8 (Video Mode On)). LP/MN9 to MN15 recordings when HDD Recording Format is set to Video Mode Off. Bilingual recordings. Combined titles that were originally recorded using different recording modes. The following titles cannot be copied at high-speed for any types of DVD: XP+ titles.
Album and track names that do not conform to the ISO8859-1 standard may display differently in Windows Media Player 10 and the Jukebox. When albums are deleted in the Jukebox, their file hierarchy as displayed in Windows Media Player may change. File whose extensions are not supported by the Jukebox (i.e. files that are not.mp3 or.wma) cannot be transferred.
Files imported to this recorder via Connect PC cannot be exported from this recorder. Note that no recording functions, including timer recordings, will be carried out when you are using the Connect PC function.
To cancel the synchronization process while it is underway, press ENTER on the remote control. The Connect PC screen is closed. If synchronization fails, make sure that the Pioneer. HDD/DVD-Recorder device is selected at the synchronization screen of Windows Media Player 10, and try again. 7 When you have finished copying files, close Windows Media Player 10 on the PC. 8 Close the import screen on this device. If no actions are carried out for 20 minutes after copying, the import screen is automatically closed. Note When using the sync function of Windows Media Player 10, music, artist and album folders are created as follows:
Playing music from the Jukebox
You can select albums or individual tracks from the Jukebox to play. 1
Select a Jukebox option. Listen to Music/Edit Listen to CDs or WMA/MP3 files that have been copied to the HDD. You can also access this option directly by pressing JUKEBOX. Listen to Music from USB device Listen to music from an external USB device.
Root Music Artist 1 Album 1 music1.mp3 music2.mp3 Album 2 music1.wma
3 Select what you want to play. The screen below shows albums stored on the HDD:
10Albums 3 By number 6 All Genres HDD Remain 47.0 G Album1 Album2 Album3 Album4 Album5 Album6 Album7 Album8 ALL 7 3-10 0.03.58 Play Erase Edit Play Mode Genre Name
Folders containing no files are not displayed in the Jukebox (such as the above Artist1 and Artist2 folders), but do count toward the maximum of 999 folders allowed in Jukebox. Up to 999 tracks can be included in one album. Note that when there are many tracks contained in one album, it may take time to display and transfer these tracks. Albums and tracks with no set name that are transferred from CD/DVD/USB are displayed as UnknownAlbum and UnknownFile in Windows Media Player 10.
Album1 The Planets/Mars-Venus-Mercury-Jup iter-Saturn-Uranus-Nep classical Total MB
Info for selected album
If you select a whole album to play, all tracks that are not set to Jump will play.
96 kHz PCM Out
96 kHz 96 kHz
48 kHz Convert 96 kHz digital audio sources to 48 kHz output. Use if your connected equipment doesnt support 96 kHz sampling rate. Output 96 kHz digital audio when a 96 kHz source is being played. Output an MPEG audio signal when a source using MPEG audio is being played. PCM Convert sources with MPEG audio to Linear PCM output. Use if your connected equipment doesnt have an MPEG audio decoder. Switches on Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control). Use when listening to Dolby Digital material at low volume. Switches off Audio DRC.
Audio DRC is not effective when listening via the digital output when the Dolby Digital Out setting is set to Dolby Digital. In this case adjust the dynamic range from the receiver subwoofer see Dynamic Range Control on page 32.
Language OSD Language English available languages Sets the language of the on-screen displays to English. Choose from the languages displayed for the on-screen displays.
On Screen Display and D.TV Language will both reflect this setting.
English available languages Other
Sets the default audio language for DVD-Video playback to English. Choose from the languages displayed to set the default audio language for DVD-Video playback. Select to set the default audio language to something other than the ones listed. See Selecting other languages for language options on page 147.
Discs do not necessarily have audio in your selected language. Also, some discs override the Audio Language preference.
Sets the default subtitle language for DVD-Video playback to English. Choose from the languages displayed to set the default subtitle language for DVD-Video playback. Select to set the default subtitle language to something other than the ones listed. See Selecting other languages for language options on page 147.
Discs do not necessarily have subtitles in your selected menu language. Also, some discs override the Subtitle Language preference.
Setting Auto Language
Explanation On this setting: DVD-Video discs whose main audio track is in your default language will play using that language, without subtitles. Discs whose main audio track is not in your default language but that have a subtitle track in your default language will play the original audio track with subtitles. Select to play DVD-Video discs according to your audio and subtitle language preferences.
For Auto Language to be effective, the Audio Language and Subtitle Language options must be set to the same language.
About the input colour system
The available options of the Input Colour System setting depend on the Input Line System setting. The table below shows the different options available.
Input Line System 625 System Built-in analog tuner Auto PAL SECAM 525 System n/a External input Auto PAL SECAM Auto 3.58 NTSC PAL60
Additional information about component video output
If you switch the Component Video Out setting to Progressive when using a TV that is not compatible with progressive-scan video, you will not be able to see anything displayed on your TV. If this happens, press and hold the (Stop) button on the front panel, then press OPEN/CLOSE. This will set the recorders video output back to Interlace.
Selecting other languages for language options
Using Software Update (Digital tuner)
The Software Update function can keep the built-in digital tuner up to date with the latest system software. You can either check for updates manually, or have the recorder do it automatically at regular intervals. Access the Software Update screen from the Options menu. There are three options available: Manual Update, Auto Update and Technical Information.
1 Select Other from the language list. This option appears in the settings for DVD Menu Language, Audio Language, and Subtitle Language.
Select the language you want.
Initial Setup Basic Digital Tuner Analogue Tuner Video In/Out Audio In
Language Audio Out
Select Manual Update to check for updated software immediately. If new software is found then it is automatically downloaded and installed. The new software will take effect the next time the recorder is powered on. If for some reason the new software could not be downloaded successfully, a dialog box informs you of the error. Press HOME MENU to exit or RETURN/EXIT to return to the previous screen.
DVD Menu Language
Audio Language Language Subtitle Language Number Auto Language
DVD Menu Language Subtitle Display
Select by language name: Use the change the language.
Select by code number: Press then use the number buttons to enter the four-digit language code.
Note that all times in the above table are approximate. Also that actual copy speed varies with the part of the disc being recorded. *1 Titles recorded on DVD+R/+RW in SEP, SLP or EP modes cannot be high-speed copied.
Note 1 Depending on the disc, the copy speed may be reduced (for example, although a 6x disc is used, the copy may be made at 2x speed).
Manual recording modes
The table below shows the approximate recording times for different DVD types in each manual recording mode, as well as the standard recording mode equivalents. For recording time on the HDD, see Specifications (DVR-LX60D) on page 162.
Single-Layer DVD: DVD-R/-RW DVD+R/+RW DVD-RAM Dual-Layer DVD: DVD-R DL DVD+R DL
Video mode Off (HDD) VR mode (DVD-R/-RW) DVD-RAM VR mode (DVD-R DL) Video mode On (HDD) Video mode (DVD-R/-RW) DVD+R/+RW Video mode (DVD-R DL) DVD+R DL
MN 1 *3,4 MN 2 *3,4 MN 3 *3,4 MN 4 *4 MN 5
802 mins. 720 mins. SEP SLP EP 600 mins. 480 mins. 420 mins. 360 mins. 300 mins. 270 mins. 240 mins. 230 mins. 220 mins. 210 mins. 200 mins. 190 mins. 180 mins. 170 mins. 160 mins. 150 mins. 140 mins. 130 mins. 120 mins. 110 mins. 105 mins. 100 mins. 95 mins. 90 mins. 85 mins. 80 mins. 75 mins. 70 mins. 65 mins. 61 mins. 61 mins. --- mins.
1440 mins. 1292 mins. 1077 mins. 861 mins. 754 mins. 646 mins. 538 mins. 484 mins. 431 mins. 413 mins. 395 mins. 377 mins. 359 mins. 341 mins. 323 mins. 305 mins. 287 mins. 269 mins. 251 mins. 233 mins. 215 mins. 197 mins. 188 mins. 179 mins. 170 mins. 161 mins. 153 mins. 144 mins. 135 mins. 126 mins. 117 mins. 111 mins. 111 mins. --- mins. 352 x 480 / 352 x x 480 / 480 x x 480 / 544 x x 480 / 352 x x 240 / 352 x x 240 / 352 x 288
MN 6 *4 MN 7 MN 8 MN 9 MN 10 MN 11 MN 12 MN 13 MN 14 MN 15 MN 16 MN 17 MN 18 MN 19 MN 20 MN 21 MN 22 MN 23 MN 24 MN 25 MN 26 MN 27 MN 28 MN 29 MN 30 MN 31 MN 32 LPCM XP+
720 x 480 / 720 x 576
Recording time may be slightly shorter for certain disc types or recording modes. *2 The first figure refers to when the Input Line System is set to 525 System; the second when set to 625 System. *3 Modes MN1 to MN3 not available when using DVD+R/+RW. *4 Titles recorded at MN6 or lower cannot be high-speed copied to DVD+R/+RW. *5 XP+ mode is available for HDD recordings only. If set for a DVD recording, the DVD will be automatically recorded in MN32 mode. Levels separated by a bold line show where there is a noticeable change in picture quality. Audio recording in all manual recording modes is in Dolby Digital 2 ch format, except for LPCM mode, which is in Linear PCM format. See also Recording on page 79.
Country/Area code list
Country/Area, Country/Area code, Code letter
Argentina, 0118, ar Australia, 0121, au Austria, 0120, at Belgium, 0205, be Brazil, 0218, br Canada, 0301, ca Chile, 0312, cl China, 0314, cn Denmark, 0411, dk Finland, 0609, fi France, 0618, fr Germany, 0405, de Hong Kong, 0811, hk India, 0914, in Indonesia, 0904, id Italy, 0920, it Japan, 1016, jp Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr Malaysia, 1325, my Mexico, 1324, mx Netherlands, 1412, nl New Zealand, 1426, nz Norway, 1415, no Pakistan, 1611, pk Philippines, 1608, ph Portugal, 1620, pt Russian Federation, 1821, ru Singapore, 1907, sg Spain, 0519, es Sweden, 1905, se Switzerland, 0308, ch Taiwan, 2023, tw Thailand, 2008, th United Kingdom, 0702, gb USA, 2119, us
Screen sizes and disc formats
When viewing on a standard TV or monitor Screen format of disc 16:9 Setting 4:3 (Letter Box) Appearance The programme is shown in widescreen with black bars at the top and bottom of the screen.
4:3 (Pan & Scan)
The sides of the programme are cropped so that the picture lls the whole screen.
4:3 (Letter Box) 4:3 (Pan & Scan)
The programme is presented correctly on either setting.
When viewing on a widescreen TV or monitor Screen format of disc 16:9 Setting 16:9 Appearance The programme is presented in widescreen.
Your TV will determine how the picture is presented check the manual that came with the TV for details.
When holding discs of any type, take care not to leave fingerprints, dirt or scratches on the disc surface. Hold the disc by its edge or by the center hole and edge. Damaged or dirty discs can affect playback and recording performance. Take care also not to scratch the label side of the disc. Although not as fragile as the recorded side, scratches can still result in a disc becoming unusable. Should a disc become marked with fingerprints, dust, etc., clean using a soft, dry cloth, wiping the disc lightly from the center to the outside edge. Do not wipe with a circular motion.
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