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DVD Recorder/VCR
Combo
User's Guide
Important Disc Information
This Product Can Record on the Following
Disc Types:
DVD+R (2.4x, 4x, 8x, and 16x)
DVD+RW (2.4x and 4x)
This recorder cannot record on DVD-R or DVD-RW
discs. Please make sure to purchase discs with the plus "+"
symbol on the package.
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  • Page 1

    DVD Recorder/VCR Combo User’s Guide Important Disc Information This Product Can Record on the Following Disc Types: DVD+R (2.4x, 4x, 8x, and 16x) DVD+RW (2.4x and 4x) This recorder cannot record on DVD-R or DVD-RW discs. Please make sure to purchase discs with the plus “+” symbol on the package.

  • Page 2: Important Information

    Important Information CAUTION This symbol indicates that this product incorporates double insulation between hazardous mains voltage and user RISK OF ELECTRIC accessible parts. SHOCK DO NOT OPEN This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage” inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Types of Discs ............2 Things to consider before you connect .

  • Page 4: Chapter 1: Connections And Setup

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Types of Discs DVD+Rewritable DVD+R DISCS YOU CAN USE FOR RECORDING DVD+R 2.4x, 4x, or 8x, and 16x ONLY; DVD+RW 2.4x and 4x ONLY. IMPORTANT NOTES: This recorder is not compatible with DVD-R or DVD-RW discs for recording. Please make sure to purchase discs with the plus “+”...

  • Page 5: Choose Your Connection

    Choose Your Connection There are several ways to connect your DVD/VCR. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you. Turn to the appropriate page for specifi c instructions. Components DVD/VCR DVD/VCR DVD/VCR DVD/VCR Audio Receiver Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Cable Box Satellite Receiver...

  • Page 6: Explanation Of Input Jacks And Cables

    This section describes the jacks and cables you can use to make connections. Some cables are supplied with your product or you can purchase other cables by calling 1-800-338-0376, order online at www.rca.com, or go to your local electronics store). There are several ways to connect your DVD/VCR to your TV depending upon the cables you have and the jacks that are on the back of your TV.

  • Page 7: Back Of The Dvd/vcr

    DVD/VCR CABLE/ANTENNA INPUT S-VIDEO VIDEO INPUT CABLE/ANTENNA AUDIO OUTPUT Back of the DVD/VCR The back of your recorder might look a little overwhelming at fi rst. This section explains what goes where and why. There are two sets of jacks on the back of your DVD/ VCR—INPUT jacks and OUTPUT jacks.

  • Page 8

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup DVD/VCR CABLE/ANTENNA INPUT S-VIDEO VIDEO INPUT CABLE/ANTENNA AUDIO OUTPUT OUTPUT: These jacks send the content (audio and video) from your DVD/VCR OUT to the TV so you can see it on the TV screen and hear it through the TV’s speakers. VIDEO: Color coded yellow, the video cable you use with this jack provides better quality than an RF coaxial cable but isn’t as good as S-Video.

  • Page 9: Front Of The Dvd/vcr

    STANDBY/ON RECORD STOP/EJECT PLAY/PAUSE VCR buttons Front of the DVD/VCR COPY – Shortcut to transfer tapes (VCR) to disc (DVD), which is great for converting your camcorder recordings that are on videocassette tape to a DVD disc. When you have a recordable DVD+R or DVD+RW disc in the DVD disc tray and a videocassette tape in the VCR, press COPY (the VCR starts playing and the DVD/VCR starts recording automatically).

  • Page 10

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup DVD/VCR + TV In from cable or antenna CABLE/ANTENNA INPUT VIDEO INPUT CABLE/ANTENNA AUDIO OUTPUT DVD/VCR Details about the different kinds of cables used to connect your DVD/VCR are on page 4. To watch one program while you record another: To play a disc or tape: If you need help fi...

  • Page 11: Connection: Dvd/vcr + Tv

    Connection: DVD/VCR + TV 1. Connect the signal (cable or antenna): Note: Depending upon how you currently have your TV connected, you’ll have to disconnect the cable from your TV’s Antenna Input jack (sometimes labeled CABLE/ANTENNA) or your VCR’s Input jack before you connect the cable as explained below.

  • Page 12: Connection: Dvd/vcr + Tv + Cable Box

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup DVD/VCR + TV+ Basic Cable Box The back of your TV and/or Cable Box might look different than the ones pictured here. DVD/VCR CABLE IN CABLE OU T Cable Box Notes about cable boxes: The connection diagram shown above refl ects a basic setup. Since there are many different cable companies and types of cables boxes, your cable box may come with a different recommended connection diagram.

  • Page 13

    Connection: DVD/VCR + TV + Basic Cable Box 1. Connect the cable box signal. Note: Before you connect the DVD/VCR, you’ll need to disconnect some of the cables fi rst in order to reconnect them. 1a. Connect the RF coaxial cable that is connected to the cable box’s Output jack (sometimes labeled CABLE RF Coaxial cable 1b.

  • Page 14

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup DVD/VCR + TV+ Satellite Receiver SATELLITE The back of your satellite receiver might DISH look different than the ANTENNA one pictured here. CABLE/ANTENNA INPUT DVD/VCR CABLE/ANTENNA OUTPUT CABLE/ANTENNA Details about the different kinds of cables used to connect your DVD/VCR are on page 4. To watch TV (satellite programming) with the DVD Recorder turned on:...

  • Page 15: Connection: Dvd/vcr + Tv + Satellite Receiver

    Connection: DVD/VCR + TV + Satellite Receiver The following instructions enable you to record the programs from your satellite receiver. Because the jack confi guration and labels vary on different satellite receivers and televisions, the steps provided are general guidelines. Consult your satellite receiver and/or television user’s guides for additional information.

  • Page 16

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup DVD/VCR + TV + Basic Cable Box + Audio Receiver Audio Receiver The back of your TV and/or Cable Box might look different than the ones pictured here. DVD/VCR Cable Box CABLE IN CABLE OU T Notes about cable boxes: The connection diagram shown above refl...

  • Page 17

    Connection: DVD/VCR + TV + Basic Cable Box You’ll need to consult instructions that came with your audio video receiver in order to connect it properly. The information below provides general guidelines for the DVD/VCR’s Audio Output Jacks. Both Dolby* Digital® and DTS® are audio formats used to record 5.1-channel audio signals onto the digital track of RF Coaxial cable fi...

  • Page 18: Install Batteries In The Remote

    1. Turn on the DVD/VCR—press the DVD/VCR button on the remote. 2. Turn on the TV and tune it to the correct Video Input Channel—if you have an RCA, GE, or Proscan TV, press the TV button on the remote (if the TV doesn’t turn on, press the ON•OFF button) and then press the INPUT button on the remote until you get to the Video Input Channel that matches how the DVD/VCR is connected to...

  • Page 19

    Antenna-Cable Antenna-Cable Done Searching channels. 35% complete 2 channels found Select your local time zone: Eastern Central Mountain Should the clock be automatically adjusted for daylight savings time? Graphics contained within this publication are for representation only. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup 2) Select the Signal that’s connected to the CABLE/ANTENNA INPUT jack Completing this information lets the DVD/VCR know what program signals are being sent to it.

  • Page 20: Watch Tv

    Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Year 2005 Date 04/29 Fri 29-April Time 01:47 PM Auto Clock Done Watch TV Live - Ch 2 Disc No Disc Tape 1 Library Disc(s) Disc Library Timers Setup 10:49 am Thu 17-Mar 2004 To watch channels, or video inputs, press OK What to Expect Turn on the DVD/VCR to Watch TV In order to use the features of the DVD/VCR, you’ll have to get used to turning on your DVD/VCR to watch TV.

  • Page 21: How To fi Nd Your Tv's Video Input Channel

    RCA, GE, and Proscan TVs If your brand of TV is RCA, GE, or Proscan, the remote control packed with your DVD/VCR will most likely access the TV’s Video Input Channel—with the DVD/VCR turned on, press the TV button, and then press INPUT until you see the DVD/VCR’s menu on your TV screen.

  • Page 22: Chapter 2: The Remote Control

    The Remote Control • Explanation of the Buttons • Find Out if the Remote Can Operate Your TV • Programming the Remote to Operate Your TV • Programming the Remote to Operate Other Components • Using the Remote’s Features • Code Lists Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only.

  • Page 23

    TIMER•GUIDE Allows you to quickly access the Timer Recordings list or setup a new timer recording. TV Puts the remote in TV mode in order for it to operate your TV. This remote is already programmed to operate RCA, GE, and Proscan brand TVs. This remote is capable of being programmed to operate many brands of TVs.

  • Page 24

    Find out if the remote can operate your TV This remote control is designed to operate most RCA, GE, and Proscan TVs. 1. Press the TV button (if the TV turns on, this remote will operate your TV; if it doesn’t turn on, go to step 2 below).

  • Page 25

    Programming the Remote to Operate Other Components This remote is already programmed to operate most RCA, GE, and Proscan components—just press the applicable component button to operate the component (for a satellite receiver, press the SAT button; for an audio component, press AUDIO, etc.).

  • Page 26

    Chapter 2: The Remote Control Volume Punchthrough Feature You may fi nd this feature helpful if you’ve connected your components to an audio/video receiver (A/V receiver) or amplifi er, but you want to use the TV’s remote control to operate the volume for the receiver. An example follows: Let’s say you’ve connected your DVD player to your audio/video receiver.

  • Page 27: Remote Code List

    Craig 1127 1026 1131 TV button Crown 1138 1026 AUX button Envision 1038 1005 Admiral Curtis Mathes 1007 1002 1001 1097 Fisher 1005 1118 1028 1007 1029 Aiko 1014 1030 1015 1029 1045 Akai 1045 1103 1003 1063 Fujitsu Amtron 1095 1027 1026...

  • Page 28

    Chapter 2: The Remote Control Code List for TV button TV (continued) Soundesign Toshiba 1005 1029 AUX button 1007 1043 1008 1044 Admiral 1026 1045 2069 1027 1063 Aiko 1067 Starlite 2024 1074 1026 Aiwa 1075 Supre-Macy 2023 1091 1098 Akai 1092 Sylvania...

  • Page 29

    Code List VCR (continued) AUX button Sears 2018 2023 2008 AUX button 2011 2052 2018 Tivo Toshiba 2020 2082 2012 2030 2030 Satellite 2031 2031 2034 SAT button 2034 2035 2040 AUX button 2054 2060 Alphastar Sharp Totevision 5068 2014 2010 Chaparral 2025...

  • Page 30

    Chapter 2: The Remote Control Marantz Sherwood Audio 4058 4093 Receiver Sony 4081 4062 Tuner 4072 Mitsubishi 4094 AUDIO 4082 4083 Teac button 4095 Nakamichi AUX button 4096 4085 Aiwa 4097 4086 4008 Technics 4009 4063 4057 4010 Toshiba Onkyo 4019 4084 4059...

  • Page 31: Watching Tv

    Chapter 3 Recording, Playback & Features • Watching TV • DVD Recording (DVD+R and DVD + RW) • Disc Library • DVD Playback • VCR Recording • VCR Playback Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book.

  • Page 32: The Channel Banner

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features Watching TV Turn on the DVD/VCR to watch TV 1. Turn on the TV, and tune the TV to the correct Video Input Channel (this channel corresponds to the input jacks on your TV that you used to connect the DVD/VCR to the TV).

  • Page 33: Watching One Channel While You Record Another Channel

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features Watching one channel while you record another channel (cable with no cable box or off-air antenna only) If you want to watch another channel while you’re recording, you need to make sure you’ve connected an RF coaxial cable to the CABLE/ANTENNA OUTPUT jack on DVD/VCR and TV’s corresponding Cable/Antenna Input jack.

  • Page 34: Timer Recordings

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features Watch TV Disc Tape Disc Library Timers Setup Add Timer Set Transfer To set a timer for video recording, press OK. To exit, press GO BACK/RETURN Timers Name Ch 002 Channel 05/19 19 Mon Once Day(s) 03:00PM Start Time...

  • Page 35: Finding A Title (movie, Program, Etc) By Using The Sort Feature

    Watch TV Live - Ch 6 Disc Disc Name: Maggie Tape No tape Disc Library 4 Library Disc(s) Timers None scheduled Setup 5:44 pm Mon 7-Jan 2004 Shows you’ve recorded to a DVD+R or DVD+RW disc are called titles. My Show Simon’s Show My Show Recorded on:...

  • Page 36: Dvd Playback

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features Watch TV Live - Ch 2 Disc Maggie’s Disc Tape Disc Library 1 Library Disc(s) Timers Setup 10:49 am Thu 17-Mar 2003 Watch TV Play Disc Disc Disc Title Menu Tape Playlist Disc Library Copy Disc Timers Disc Actions...

  • Page 37: Disc Information

    1- Disc name Maggie’s Disc Caroline’s Bday Simon at soc- Maggie’s Disc Anniversary 6 Title(s) on Disc Steve’s vacation 0h 24min available Steve & Maggie *1 Best Rename Disc Erase Disc Lock Disc Finalize Disc Maggie’s Disc Make Compatible 6 Title(s) on Disc 0h 24min available *1 Best Caroline’s Bday...

  • Page 38: Editing Dvd+r And Dvd+rw Discs

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features The Edit icon Insert Chapter Marker Delete Chapter Marker Hide Chapter New Title Frame Rename Title Play Title Play All Chapters Delete Title Simon’s 4th Birthday Clear Chapters Fri, 6/20/2003 03:00 pm – 04:00 pm *1 Best Insert Chapter Marker Delete Chapter Marker...

  • Page 39: Vcr Basics

    ON-OFF DVD/VCR CABLE AUDIO ZOOM EDIT OPEN ANGLE CLOSE TIMER•GUIDE INFO MENU CLEAR AGAIN ADVANCE LIVE MUTE BACK INPUT ANTENNA REVERSE PLAY FORWARD RECORD STOP PAUSE Safety Tab Graphics contained within this publication are for representation only. Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features VCR Basics The VCR part of your DVD/VCR has all the basic functions of other VCRs.

  • Page 40: Advanced Vcr Features

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features ON-OFF DVD/VCR CABLE AUDIO ZOOM EDIT OPEN ANGLE CLOSE TIMER•GUIDE INFO INFO button MENU CLEAR EDIT button AGAIN ADVANCE LIVE MUTE BACK INPUT ANTENNA REVERSE PLAY FORWARD PLAY button RECORD STOP PAUSE Insert A Point Cancel Last Edit Delete A-B Edits Review A-B Edits...

  • Page 41: Vcr Recording

    VCR Recording After you put a videocassette tape in the VCR deck, there are several ways to record programming. The quickest way to start recording is to press the RECORD button (on the front of the DVD/VCR next to the STANDBY/ON button) while you’re watching a show. When you press the VCR REC button on the front of the DVD/VCR, the Express Record screen appears.

  • Page 42: Copying A Videocassette Tape To A Dvd Disc (dvd+r Or Dvd+rw)

    Chapter 3: Recording, Playback & Features DVD / VCR / VIDEO CD / CD / MP3 PLAYER DIGITAL VIDEO DISC RECORDER DRC 8300 COPY STANDBY/ON RECORD STOP/EJECT PLAY/PAUSE INPUT CH-/SKIP- CH+/SKIP+ OPEN/CLOSE RECORD DV IN AUDIO COPY button If you set up A-B Edits (page 38), only the A-B Edits will be recorded to disc when you use the COPY button on the front of the DVD/VCR.

  • Page 43: Copying A Digital Video Camcorder Tape To A Dvd Disc

    Watch TV Live - Ch 2 Disc No Disc Tape No Tape Disc Library 1 Library Disc(s) Timers 10:49 am Thu 17-Mar 2003 Setup DV-CAM Jpeg Picture Card To watch TV, press OK. Keep in mind, the DV-CAM feature only appears in the main menu when a digital video camcorder is connected to the DVD/VCR.

  • Page 44: Chapter 4: Playing Discs

    Playing Discs • Regional Coding • Types of Discs You Can Play • How to Load and Play Discs • Using the Different Menus • Search Options • Playback Options • Using the On-screen Info Display Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book.

  • Page 45

    DVD+Rewritable DVD+R Note: Some discs may not be compatible due to laser pickup and design. This is an example of a one- sided disc. This is an example of a two- sided disc—the title is usually in the center of the disc.

  • Page 46: Using Different Menus

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Live - Ch 2 Watch TV Disc No Disc Tape Recordable Disc Library 0 Discs Timers 10:49 am Thu 17-Mar 2005 Setup To watch TV, press OK. ON-OFF DVD/VCR CABLE AUDIO ZOOM ZOOM EDIT ANGLE OPEN button CLOSE TIMER•GUIDE...

  • Page 47: Using The On-screen Info Display

    Using the On-screen Info Display The on-screen Info Display contains many playback features. To see the Info Display, press the INFO button on the remote while a disc is playing (the Info Display appears across the top of the screen). Each feature is illustrated with an icon. Use the left and right arrow buttons to move through the different icons in the Info Display. When an icon is highlighted, use the up and down arrow buttons on the remote to scroll through the choices.

  • Page 48: Time Display

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Time Display (DVD, Video CD, and Audio CD) This feature displays the time that has elapsed during playback. For DVD discs, the time displayed refers to the current title and acts as a Time Search feature. For example, if you like a particular scene in a movie, you can enter the elapsed time the scene plays and skip right to it.

  • Page 49: Repeat Icon

    Repeat Icon (DVD, Video CD, and Audio CD) By default, the Repeat feature is Off. There are four Repeat options: • Chapter – repeats the chapter that is playing (track for CD or VCD). • Title – repeats the title that is playing •...

  • Page 50: Camera Angle Icon

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Camera Angle Icon (DVD) Some discs contain multiple angles of a particular scene or sequence. If the disc only has one angle, this feature won’t work. Currently, very few discs have this feature. 1. While a disc is playing, press ANGLE on the remote. If the disc wasn’t created with multiple angles, the invalid symbol appears. If the disc contains multiple angles, the Angle icon appears with the current angle number and the number of angles available.

  • Page 51

    IntroScan Icon (Audio CD) Use the IntroScan feature to preview each track on the CD. 1. While the CD is playing, press INFO (the Info Display appears). 2. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the IntroScan icon. 3. Press OK (the fi rst 10 seconds of each track starts playing). Playback Control (PBC) Icon (Video CD) Use the arrow buttons to highlight the Playback Control icon.

  • Page 52

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs PLAY 01.THE REASON -3.jA- - LET_S_ 04. WHY ON WHY 02.IMMORTALI 03.TREAT HER 04.WHY ON WH 05.LOVE IS IN Example of mp3 fi les. Example of JPEG fi les. 4. Select a fi le using the up and down arrow buttons, press OK (the playback options appear). Use the up and down arrow buttons to scroll through the options and press OK when the desired option appears.

  • Page 53

    Chapter 4: Playing Discs Repeat Allows you to set the repeat options for playback. Repeat Disc: all pictures in every folder repeat play. Repeat Off: repeat is set to off. Rotate Rotates the picture clockwise 90º, 180º and 270º, respectively. Press OK to rotate. Zoom Zooms in on the picture up to 4x.

  • Page 54

    Menu System • Overview of the DVD/VCR’s Menu System • Watch TV Menu • Disc Menu • Tape Menu • Disc Library Menu • Timer Menu • Setup Menu Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book.

  • Page 55: The Main Menu

    Overview of the DVD/VCR’s Menu System Since this product has many features, it has a wealth of menus and options. To access the main menu during playback, press the STOP button on the remote. To access the main menu when you’re not playing a disc or tape, press the MENU button. How to navigate through on-screen menus Throughout the DVD/VCR’s menu system, you’ll see arrows on the on-screen menu bars.

  • Page 56: Play Disc

    Chapter 5: Menu System Live - Ch 2 Watch TV Disc Tape No Disc 1 Library Disc(s) Disc Library Timers 10:49 am Thu 17-Mar 2003 Setup DV-CAM To watch TV, press OK. Watch TV Play Disc Disc Disc Title Menu Playlist Tape Copy Disc...

  • Page 57: Timers

    Disc Library The disc library accesses information about what you’ve recorded onto discs. Details of this feature and the submenus are described on page 33. Timers Timer: You can add timers and view or edit existing timers from this menu for automatic recording. Timer recordings are especially useful when you have a favorite program that you want to record every week and/or every day.

  • Page 58: Unrated Titles

    Chapter 5: Menu System Parental Control Lock System Options Rating Limits Recording Options Unrated Titles Disc Options Languages Installation Apply DVD+R, +RW System Options This menu contains settings and menus for advanced audio features, such as the digital audio out settings and surround sound settings. Digital Audio Out: if you connected your DVD/VCR to a receiver via the DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack on the back of the player, choose the type of receiver (or decoder) you have: Dolby Digital or DTS.

  • Page 59: Recording Options

    Parental Control System Options Destination Recording Options Default Rec Quality Disc Options Languages Tape Speed Installation SmartRecord Chapter Markers 4 x 3 Letterbox 4 x 3 Standard 16 x 9 Parental Control System Options Recording Options Disc Options Languages Display Installation Audio Subtitles...

  • Page 60: Disc Menu

    Chapter 5: Menu System Parental Control System Options Recording Options Disc Options Interactive Setup Languages Channel Search Installation Clock Setup Channel List Searching channels... 35% complete 2 channels found Please wait... Edit the list of channels found Disc Menu: many discs have their own menu that appears on the screen. You can select the language in which you want the disc menu displayed.

  • Page 61: Handling Cautions

    Chapter 6 Additional Information • Troubleshooting • Handling Cautions • Maintenance of Cabinet • Limited Warranty • Accessory Information Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book.

  • Page 62: Troubleshooting

    Chapter 6: Additional Information Troubleshooting General Problems Player won’t work (locks up) • Try unplugging the AC power cord and plugging it back in. • Reset the DVD/VCR: on the front of the unit, press and hold the STANDBY/ON button while you press and hold the DVD STOP button—wait at least 3 seconds before you release both of the buttons.

  • Page 63

    • If the disc appears to be playing but you do not see a picture (or Unusable Signal or Insuffi cient Video Signal appears on the screen), make sure the TV is tuned to the correct Video Input Channel for how you connected it to the DVD/VCR. Go to page 19 for help. •...

  • Page 64

    Chapter 6: Additional Information mp3 fi les The following recommendations can’t be taken as a guarantee that the DVD/VCR will play mp3 recordings, or as an assurance of sound quality. Certain technologies and methods for mp3 fi le recording on CD-R discs prevent optimal playback of these fi les on your product. •...

  • Page 65

    • To order a new remote control, go to page 65. The buttons on the front of the DVD/VCR operate the DVD/VCR’s basic functions, but you won’t be able to use the menu system without the remote control. The buttons on the front of the unit are described on page 7. Also, if you have another RCA, GE, or Proscan brand product with a remote control that has a DVD button, some of the buttons will probably operate this product if you press the DVD button fi...

  • Page 66: Limited Warranty

    Pay any Authorized RCA Service Center for the new or, at our option, refurbished replacement parts required to repair your DVD/VCR. How you get service: • Take your DVD/VCR to any Authorized RCA Service Center. To identify your nearest Authorized RCA Service Center, ask your dealer, look in the Yellow Pages, or call 1-800-336-1900. •...

  • Page 67: Accessories

    A shipping and handling fee will be charged upon ordering, and we are required by law to collect the appropriate sales tax for each individual state, country, and locality to which the merchandise is being sent. For more information about accessories, go on-line to www.rca.com Optical Plug to Optical Plug for Optical Audio connection to a compatible receiver.

  • Page 68

    Visit our website at www.rca.com Please do not send any products to the Indianapolis address listed in this manual or on the carton. This will only add delays in service for your product. Thomson Inc. Thomson Inc. 10330 North Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46290 ©2005 Thomson Inc.

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  • PAUL ANGELIS Apr 06, 2016 05:11:
    I have a unit which is the RCA 4 head VCR/DVD Recorder but need the power cord, and remote control. Would I be able to purchase 1 of each from you, OR, can you tell me where I can?
  • don robertson Nov 02, 2014 07:26:
    how can I dub movies on a rca dvd recorder & vcr cobine,mod​el # DRC8310N,s​eriel #534601149​,and/or work it without a remote or can I,vcr also jumps but have no manuel way to set tracking,d​o or can I get a remote?can you help me or do I just need to trash it please reply ASAP thank you ...my email is p.landf@ya​hoo.com