DVDR05 DVD Recorder & Player Progressive Scan Video Playback Operation Guide Operation Guide...
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Important Safety Instructions Safety Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or Explanation of Warning Symbols table specified by the manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution The exclamation point within an equilateral when moving the cart / apparatus combination to triangle is intended to alert the user to the avoid injury from tip-over.
Features Introduction The DVDR05 DVD Recorder with Progressive Scan Video Out Playback Features Recording Features Live and Timer Recording Functions. Plays DVD, SVCD/VCD, MPG, JPG, Audio CD Formats. Multiple Recording Modes, HQ, SP, LP, EP, EP+, SLP. Fast Forward / Reverse.
Disc Compatibility & Care Discs Discs Suitable for Playback Discs Suitable for Recording DVD+R DVD Video: This unit plays DVDs recorded for a DVD+R: These discs can only be written to once. particular region. The region mark on the back of the Existing recordings can be hidden but not deleted.
Remote Control Functions POWER - Turns the unit on BOOKMARK - Press to and sends the unit to Standby access the Bookmark mode. menu, a current point on the disc can be accessed DISPLAY - Brings up the on- quickly without searching. screen display showing information for the playback GOTO Press to jump to a...
Remote Control Preparation & Use Functions To replace the battery in the remote, depress the Remote Control Use release clip while pulling the handle of the battery The battery is already installed into the remote holder to access the battery. control.
Front Panel Functions DISC TRAY - Loads DVD+R/RW, DVD, CD-R/RW, unit to standby mode. In standby mode, the unit VCD/SVCD, MP3, JPG and other optical discs. will use a minute amount of power to enable power-on by the remote control. FRONT DISPLAY - The front Vacuum Flourescent Display shows information about the unit's DV IN - Front DV Input for recording.
Typical Connection to TV Connections Your new recorder comes with composite video (A/V) cable for connection to TVs with a standard video input as shown below. On most TVs, this connector is colored yellow, and is normally accompanied by stereo audio inputs, colored red and white for stereo channels right and left, respectively.
S-Video & Component Video Connections Connections S-VIDEO is a higher quality connection than standard composite video, and requires a special S-Video cable (not included). The S-Video connector is distinguishable by its 4 pins, as shown below. If your TV has an S-Video input, it's recommended that you use this type of connection for better picture quality.
Audio Output Connections This unit features a variety of audio line outputs for connection to a receiver or other audio equipment. Use the included A/V cable to connect the stereo audio outputs for connection to a TV or stereo receiver. A COAXIAL digital audio output is able to send an encoded digital bitstream, suitable for receivers with Dolby or DTS decoding capability.
Powering Up Quick Start Guide Quick Start Guide Plugging In and Power On Auto Scanning Channels This is the easiest way to fill your channel list with those This is the easiest way to fill your channel list with those Plug the DVD player's electrical plug into a wall channels available in your area.
Disc Playback Playback Inserting a Disc Using Disc Menus Press the OPEN/CLOSE button on the remote or PLAY MOVIE front panel to open the disc tray. SPECIAL FEATURES Insert the disc, being careful not to touch the SCENE SELECTION playing surface. Hold the disc by the sides and with your fore finger through the hold in the middle and AUDIO SETUP insert gently into the tray.
Advanced Playback Functions Playback ZOOM Playback Subtitles Most DVD discs include at least one subtitle track in one Use the ZOOM function to magnify or shrink the image language. Subtitles are useful viewing movies in a on screen during playback or when paused. foreign language or for hearing-impaired viewers.
Jumping, Repeat Playback and Bookmark Playback Jumping to a Chapter or Time Point Bookmark The GOTO function provides a convenient way to The BOOKMARK feature is used to mark a point on the navigate DVD, Audio CD and other discs by allowing you disc to come back to later.
Viewing JPG / Play Mp3 On-screen Player This unit can play an audio CD, JPG and Mp3 file on a disc. A handy on-screen player will appear automatically. The file format. MP3 / WMA disc The display bar for the file list. SONG_ONE.MP3 SONG_ONE.MP3 Displays up to 10 music files at one time.
Recording Recording Recording to DVD Discs With DVD+R/RW recording, you can create your own DVDs from your home movies, favorite TV shows or from other video sources. DVD+RW DVD+R Think of DVD+RW (DVD+ReWritable) discs as the A lower-cost alternative to DVD+RW, these "Recordable" digital equivalent of your old VHS tapes.
Recording- Front Input Connections Recording Pausing (CM SKIP) and Resume Recording RECORD STAND BY You can pause the recorder during a Live Recording. REPEAT ALL TRACK 1 02 05 12:30 DV IN AUDIO VIDEO IN 2 Simply press PAUSE to temporarily halt recording. The PAUSE RECORDING icon appears on screen.
Playing and Editing Your Recordings Recording The Title Screen To return to the Title Screen, press MENU. When you insert a DVD+RW or DVD+R disc, the Title Screen will appear. The Title Screen displays thumbnail and information for each Title (recording) on the disc. In Playing a Chapter the Title Screen, you can perform the following functions Enter the Title Menu.
On-Screen Keyboard & Scheduled Recordings Editing About the On-Screen Keyboard Deleting Characters Press the C key or use the keys to The On-Screen Keyboard makes it easy to enter Text, Numbers and Various Symbols with your remote control. move to BACK and press ENTER. Saving Your Changes Return To save your changes, select DONE by pressing...
Scheduled Timer Recordings Recording Schedule 28 Feb 2006 - 08:00PM Setting Beginning and Ending Times Starting time Length Source Status By default, the START and END times are set to the 03/05/05 - 08:30AM 01:30 Ready current time and one hour later, respectively. The Wed - 10:30AM 01:00 Svideo...
Changing Setup Options Setup Menu About the SETUP MENU General - Language Settings The DVD Recorder's SETUP MENU is where various The DVD Recorder's language setup options including settings are configured, including setting the Clock, OSD, menu, audio and subtitles. Recording Options, Playback Options, Languages, Parental Control Settings and more.
Setup Menu Move to the Rating field with the key. General - Rating Use the keys to select a Rating Level. Parental Rating Password : Use the key to move to OK and press ENTER. Level : 8. Adult Defining and Changing the Password You can setup your own USER PASSWORD to use in Change Password : addition to the built-in FACTORY PASSWORD, and then...
Setup Menu Use the keys to select the QUALITY setting Time and Date Settings you wish to use. Use the keys to select a time or date field to change. Press SETUP to exit the RECORDING MENU. To edit a field, press ENTER. Chapter Mark Use the keys to increase or decrease the...
Setup Menu TV Shape (Aspect Ratio) A/V Output - Picture Default setting: 4:3 Pan Scan Picture By default, this option is set for normal TVs with 4:3 Brightness aspect ratio. Unless you're sure you have a WIDESCREEN TV, do not change this setting. The 4:3 Contrast Letter Box setting is meant to enable the “Letterbox”...
Setup Menu HELP Menu TV Channel Setup AUTO SCAN automatically scans for available channels. The unit saves those channels received at sufficient signal strength. This subject was discussed earlier. Further topics include skipping/showing channels. 1) Connect your How to setup channel Antenna or Cable TV ...
Common Problems and Solutions Troubleshooting The DVD Recorder Does The AC Power cord may be loose or not plugged in. Make sure the power cord is secure in the AC socket and the connector on the back of the player. Not Power On The unit may be in Standby Mode.
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