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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DVD Recorder
OK
Please read this manual carefully before connecting your DVD Recorder and operating it for the fi rst time.
Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.
DVR-S120
PUSH OPEN
Problems with set up?
Call 0870 240 7475
Calls cost a maximum of 8p per
minute during peak periods,
based on BT rates of April 2004.

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   Summary of Contents for Sanyo DVR-S120

  • Page 1: Dvd Recorder

    INSTRUCTION MANUAL DVD Recorder Please read this manual carefully before connecting your DVD Recorder and operating it for the fi rst time. Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference. DVR-S120 PUSH OPEN Problems with set up? Call 0870 240 7475...

  • Page 2: Precautions

    Recording copyright material without permission of the copyright owners is usually an infringement. If you wish to re-record copyright material, permission from the copyright owner is necessary. SANYO does not approve of, and cannot be held responsible for, any unlawful use of this machine.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Changing the Disc Name ... 29 Erasing DVD+RW Discs ... 29 Finalising DVD+R Discs ... 30 Make DVD Compatible ... 30 DVD RECORDER SETTINGS ... 31 TV Screen Settings ... 31 Audio Output Settings ... 32 Operation and State Display Settings ... 32 Setting the Language ...

  • Page 4: Part Names & Functions

    Front Panel You can operate the DVD recorder using the remote control or the buttons on the front panel of the DVD recorder. rOPEN/CLOSE REC MODE qREC S-VIDEO VIDEO L-AUDIO-R DV IN CHANNEL- CHANNEL+ PART NAMES & FUNCTIONS To switch on or standby.

  • Page 5: Rear Panel

    Rear Panel ANTENNA IN Aerial input: Socket into which aerial input is connected. ANTENNA OUT Aerial output: Socket from where aerial output is connected to TV set. COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Video output: Socket from where YUV (Component Video) output is connected to YUV Video compatible input devices (Progressive scan TV, etc).

  • Page 6: Remote Control

    With single press of the button during playback, DVD recorder will go back the previous chapter or previous track. With a single press of the button during playback, the DVD recorder will start playing the next chapter or next track.

  • Page 7: Operation Status Display

    Remove the batteries if the remote control is not to be used for a month or more. Batteries left in the unit may leak and cause damage. Operation Status Display Front panel display These symbols can light up on your DVD recorder display: Playback in progress. Playback/record interrupted (Pause). VPS/PDC Video Programming System / Programme Delivery Control: A VPS or PDC code will be transmitted for the selected TV program.

  • Page 8: Status Display On Tv Screen

    In some cases, you may not be able to add new recordings to DVD+RWs that contain recordings made on other DVD Recorders or PCs. cannot record correctly. SANYO takes no responsibility for recording failure due to power cuts, defective discs, or damage to the unit, etc. Logo Mark...

  • Page 9: Playable Discs

    DVD discs.There is a region number on the rear of the unit. DVD video discs having a region code “2” or “ALL” can be played on this DVD recorder. The WMA fi les cannot be played back. For MP3. CD, see Page 25.

  • Page 10: Installation, Connection & Setting The Channel

    Aerial lead (not supplied) NOTE: When the DVD recorder is connected by the SCART socket connector cable, the VIDEO OUT or S-VIDEO OUT socket connection is not neces- sary. Do not connect the aerial and VCR as shown below. DVD recorder...

  • Page 11

    (not supplied) NOTE: The DVD recorder DVR-S120 can be used connected to a progressive video-compatible TV or display. In this case, change the YUV Output item from “Interlace” to “Progressive” referring to “TV Screen Settings” at “DVD Recorder Settings”. (See page 31.) Change Video Output in setting items related to Video in the System Menu to “S-video + YUV”...

  • Page 12: Connecting A Satellite Receiver

    Use a SCART cable (not supplied) to connect the AV2 (Scart socket) on this unit to the SCART OUT socket on the satellite receiver. NOTE: While viewing the images from the Satellite Receiver on the TV screen, TV images will disappear when DVR-S120 turns on. Connecting audio equipment As an alternative to using the TV’s speakers, the sound can also be played back through a digital or analog amplifi...

  • Page 13: Connecting To A Video Deck And Other Recording Equipment

    Connect a VCR or similar recording equipment to the AV2 (SCART), S-VIDEO OUT, or VIDEO OUT sockets. NOTE: When using the AV2(SCART) as a connecter, you can only record the contents on a disc when playing back on a DVD recorder, to other recording equipment.

  • Page 14

    When connecting a VCR, etc. having an S-video terminal, connect by an S-video lead. Connection for recording video images from other video equipment on the DVD recorder S-video lead OUTPUT SOCKETS (not supplied) S-VIDEO VIDEO AUDIO Connecting to a DV camcorder You can use this unit to record from a DV camcorder when connected with a 4-pin DV lead (not supplied).

  • Page 15: Connecting The Main Lead

    Subtitle Set the DVD subtitle language. If subtitle language is not available, the DVD recorder picks the fi rst available language. When you press the k button, the selection items are displayed. Select the desired item using 8 or 2, and press the k button.

  • Page 16: Auto-setting The Channel

    TV channels manually. Displaying the channel setup screen 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details 2. Press SYSTEM MENU to display the System Menu. 3. Select “Setup” using 8 or 2, and press 6 once. The setting items In this screen, set the reception channel by the following procedure.

  • Page 17: Arranging And Deleting Channels

    3. The search for channels that can be received begins from the smallest frequency or channel No. of the channel displayed at “Entry/Search” and increases upwards to larger values. When the desired channel is found, changing of the number value comes to a stop.

  • Page 18: Recording

    Recording Programmes during Reception 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press o button. (It takes time to enter the condition the power supplied.) 3.

  • Page 19: Timer Recording

    Video Plus+ code, there is no need to enter a date, programme No., and start and end times. 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV's manual.) 2.

  • Page 20

    Load a disc with enough free space for recording the programme. Recording is automatically started when the timer reaches the recording time. lights on the front panel to indicate that the DVD recorder is set for timer recording. When there is not enough free space for recording the entire pro- gramme on the disc, the programme will be recorded to free space, and recording will end halfway through the programme.

  • Page 21: Timer Recording Without Using "video Plus+ Code

    Timer recording without using “Video Plus+ code” 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press TIMER to display the TIMER screen. NOTE: When the clock has not been set, the "Set Date and Time" screen will be displayed.

  • Page 22: Checking, Changing And Deleting Reservations

    Checking, Changing and Deleting Reservations 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press TIMER to display the TIMER screen. 3. Select “Timer List” using 8 or 2, and press the k button.

  • Page 23: Recording Video From Other Av Equipment

    You cannot record them using this unit. Video games cannot be recorded. 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press rOPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray, and place the disc with the label facing up on the disc tray.

  • Page 24: Disc Playback

    Basic Operations 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press o button. (It takes time to enter the condition the power supplied.) 3. Press rOPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray.

  • Page 25: Listening To Music

    Audio discs can be played on the DVD recorder: Basic Playback Operations 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details 2. Press rOPEN/CLOSE to open the disc tray. 3. Place the disc with the label facing up on the disc tray.

  • Page 26: Repeat Playback, Random Playback, Intro Playback

    The WMA fi les cannot be played back. Customers should also note that permission is required in order to download MP3 fi les and music from the Internet. SANYO has no right to grant such permission. Permission should always be sought from the copyright owner.

  • Page 27: Viewing Jpeg Cd Photos & Images

    Even if folders are arranged in a series, they may be hierarchically organized and other folders may be created within folders. The DVD recorder can handle up to 99 folders up to 1000 images per folder. If the limit of 999 images per folder is exceeded, some images will not be able to be loaded.

  • Page 28: Displaying Photos In The Slide Show

    Displaying Photos in the Slide Show Specify the roll in the thumbnail display, and press the k button to start the slide show. Enlarging images When ZOOM is pressed during the slide show or while the slide show is paused, the currently displayed image can be enlarged up to two times its size.

  • Page 29: Editing & Disc Management

    EDITING & DISC MANAGEMENT Editing Chapters A marker will be set every few minutes if the "Auto Chapter" function is activated in the "Recording" menu. This marker is known as a "chapter". These markers can be changed when the recording has fi nished. It is also possible to add "chapters"...

  • Page 30: Editing Titles

    Editing Titles Editing Recording Titles (name) Some TV stations transmit the title (name) of a programme. In this case, the name will be included automatically (e.g. “ROCKY”). Otherwise, the channel number and time of the recording are stored as the name. The name of the recording can be changed only after the recording has been completed.

  • Page 31: Finalising Dvd+r Discs

    6. The screen will show “Please Wait”. 7. When the operation is executed, “Please Wait” will disappear. NOTE: If the disc has been recorded on another DVD recorder, the menu may not appear. Make DVD Compatible Even if one or more titles have been edited, a DVD player may still show the original title.

  • Page 32: Dvd Recorder Settings

    During playback or while disc operations are paused, the "Setup" feature cannot be changed. TV Screen Settings 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press SYSTEM MENU to display the System Menu.

  • Page 33: Audio Output Settings

    Audio Output Settings 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details on operation methods, refer to your TV’s manual.) 2. Press SYSTEM MENU to display the System Menu. 3. Select “Sound” using 8 or 2, and press 6 once. The setting items at "Sound Options"...

  • Page 34: Setting The Language

    OK to Replace Menu Setting the Language 1. Turn the TV on and select input from the DVD recorder. (For details 2. Press SYSTEM MENU to display the System Menu. 3. Select “Language” using 8 or 2, and press 6 once. The setting 4.

  • Page 35: Recording Settings

    If such a scene is detected during playback, the fi lter value set on the DVD recorder is compared to the scene. If the fi lter value is higher than the setting, an alternative scene will be played (if available).

  • Page 36: To Play Back A Dvd Video Set With Parental Level Controls

    Explanation Enter Code The passcode for setting parental level is required. (When the DVD recorder is shipped from the factory, no passcode is set. So, the passcode must fi rst be set.) Follow the procedure below to set the passcode.

  • Page 37: Troubleshooting

    Camcorder image not shown. - Camcorder is off. Camcorder image via A/V input - DVD Recorder’s source is not set to AV3, AV3-S or DV or DV IN to DVD Recorder is not shown on TV screen. Can’t play disc recorded on - Some players will not play even a fi...

  • Page 38

    Reset the DVD Recorder If you observe any of the following symptoms: - When the DVD Recorder is plugged in, but the power will not be turned on or off - When the display window does not work - When the DVD Recorder does not operate normally Before resetting, please proceed the following procedure fi...

  • Page 39: Maintenance

    Cleaning the cabinet Use a clean soft cloth moistened with plain lukewarm water and wrung dry. Never use benzol, benzene or other strong chemical cleaners since these could damage the fi nish of your unit. It is important that no liquid reaches the inside of the unit. Playable discs DVD-Video DVD+R...

  • Page 40

    1. PLEASE RETAIN YOUR PURCHASE RECEIPT WHICH WILL BE REQUIRED FOR SERVICE DURING GUARANTEE. 2. If your Sanyo equipment proves faulty during the period of guar- antee, take it or send it back to the dealer who originally supplied it together with this guarantee and the proof of purchase. We have made arrangements with our approved dealers under which they will carry out in-guarantee service repairs on our behalf.

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