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Sony 3-295-080-12(1) Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating Instructions
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RDR-HXD790/HXD890/HXD990/HXD1090
RDR-HXD795/HXD895/HXD995/HXD1095
© 2008 Sony Corporation
3-295-080-12(1)

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  • Page 1: Dvd Recorder

    DVD Recorder Operating Instructions To find out useful hints, tips and information about Sony products and services please visit: www.sony-europe.com/myproduct RDR-HXD790/HXD890/HXD990/HXD1090 RDR-HXD795/HXD895/HXD995/HXD1095 © 2008 Sony Corporation 3-295-080-12(1)

  • Page 2: Warning

    Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station. Precautions • This unit operates on 220 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Check that the unit’s operating voltage is...

  • Page 3

    Civic Office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product. The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan Minato-ku Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan. The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety...

  • Page 4: Precautions

    On recording Make trial recordings before making the actual recording. On compensation for lost recordings Sony is not liable and will not compensate for any lost recordings or relevant losses, including when recordings are not made due to reasons including recorder failure, or...

  • Page 5

    NEC corporation. FontAvenue is a registered trademark of NEC corporation. • “ ” and x-Application are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Copy guard function Since the recorder has a copy guard function, programmes received through an external tuner (not supplied) may...

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Controlling TVs with the remote ......28 If you have a Sony DVD player or more than one Sony DVD recorder.

  • Page 7

    Recording from Connected Equipment ......60 — Getting to Know Your DVD Recorder ,continued...

  • Page 8

    GUIDE Plus+ (For analogue broadcasting/in areas with GUIDE Plus+ only) .......61 Viewing the GUIDE Plus+ Display .

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    Erasing and Editing ....... . .82 Before Editing ..........82 Erasing and Editing a Title .

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    Music Jukebox ........102 About Jukebox ..........102 Preparing for Using Jukebox .

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    Settings and Adjustments ......120 Adjusting Picture Quality ........120 Using the Setup Menus .

  • Page 12: Guide To Parts And Controls

    Guide to Parts and Controls For more information, see the pages in parentheses. Remote A HDD (38) Records to or plays titles on HDD. DVD (38) Records to or plays titles on DVD. B [/1 (on/standby) (30) Turns the recorder on or off. C Z (open/close) (38) Opens or closes the disc tray.

  • Page 13

    W DISPLAY (43) Displays the playing status or disc information. X ./> (previous/next) (75, 105) PAGE +/– (50, 62) Changes the programme list by page. (instant replay/instant advance) (75) CM (search/ slow/freeze frame) (75, 105) DAY +/– (62) Changes the programme list by day. H (play) (73, 114) X (pause) (39, 75, 105, 114) x (stop) (73, 104, 114)

  • Page 14: Front Panel

    Front panel A [/1 (on/standby) (30) Turns the recorder on or off. (remote sensor) (27) C Disc tray (38) D Front panel display (15) E Z (open/close) (38) Opens or closes the disc tray. F N (play) (73, 114) button has a tactile dot G x (stop) (73, 104, 114) H z REC (38) I HDD (38)

  • Page 15: Front Panel Display

    Front panel display A Displays the following: • Playing time • Current title/chapter/track/index number • Recording time/recording mode • Clock • Programme position • EPG indication (61) “EPG” appears when receiving the GUIDE Plus+ data. • TV Direct Rec. indication (38) “TV”...

  • Page 16

    Rear panel A ANALOG AERIAL IN/OUT jacks (18) B LINE 2 OUT (R-AUDIO-L/VIDEO) jacks (22, 25) C LINE 1/DECODER jack (34) D G-LINK jack (20) Connect the set top box controller to this jack. E DIGITAL AERIAL IN/OUT jacks (18) F HDMI OUT (high-definition multimedia interface out) jack (22, 25)

  • Page 17: Hookups And Settings

    Hookups and Settings Hooking Up the Recorder Follow steps 1 through 7 to hook up and adjust the settings of the recorder. Do not connect the mains lead until you reach “Step 5: Connecting the Mains Lead” on page 27. Notes •...

  • Page 18: Step 1: Connecting The Aerial Cable And Set Top Box Controller

    When connecting to an indoor aerial, use one with a signal amplifier rated at 5 V, 30 mA. Then set “Aerial Power” to “On” in the “Digital Tuner” setup (page 127). Wall to aerial input Aerial cable (supplied) to DIGITAL AERIAL OUT DVD recorder...

  • Page 19: B: Receiving Freeview And Analogue Terrestrial Broadcastings

    Connect the ANALOG AERIAL OUT jack of the recorder to the aerial input of your TV using the supplied long aerial cable. to DIGITAL AERIAL IN Aerial cable (short, supplied)* Wall to DIGITAL AERIAL OUT DVD recorder ,continued...

  • Page 20: C: Receiving Cable Or Satellite (for Analogue Broadcasting)

    Set top box controller (page 21) Set top box receiver ANT IN TO TV SCART cord (not supplied) to aerial input Place the set top box controller near the remote sensor on the set top box receiver. to G-LINK DVD recorder...

  • Page 21: D: Receiving Terrestrial (for Analogue Broadcasting)

    Disconnect the aerial cable from your TV, and connect it to ANALOG AERIAL IN on the rear panel of the recorder. Connect ANALOG AERIAL OUT of the recorder to the aerial input of your TV using the supplied aerial cable. to aerial input DVD recorder...

  • Page 22: Step 2: Connecting The Video Cords/hdmi Cord

    T LINE 3 – TV to LINE 2 OUT (red) (S VIDEO) Component video cord (not supplied) (red) TV, projector, or audio component DVD recorder to HDMI OUT S-video cord HDMI cord (not supplied) (not supplied) TV, projector, or audio component...

  • Page 23

    Use a certified HDMI cord (not supplied) to enjoy high quality digital picture and sound through the HDMI OUT jack. When connecting a Sony TV that is compatible with the “Control for HDMI” function, see page 24. To see the signals from the connected set top...

  • Page 24: About The Smartlink Features (for Scart Connections Only)

    • Not all TVs respond to the functions above. About the “Control for HDMI” functions for ‘BRAVIA’ Sync (for HDMI connections only) By connecting Sony components that are compatible with the “Control for HDMI” function with an HDMI cord (not supplied), operation is simplified as below: •...

  • Page 25: Step 3: Connecting The Audio Cords/hdmi Cord

    DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL) (yellow) (white) Audio/video cord (not supplied) (red) If you connect a Sony audio component that is compatible with the “Control for HDMI” function, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the audio component. [Speakers] Rear (R)

  • Page 26: Step 4: Inserting A Conditional Access Module (cam) (rdr-hxd795/hxd895/hxd995/hxd1095 Only)

    B Audio L/R (left/right) input jacks This connection will use your TV’s or audio component’s two speakers for sound. z Hint For correct speaker location, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the connected components. Notes • Do not connect your TV’s audio output jacks to the LINE IN (R-AUDIO-L) jacks at the same time.

  • Page 27: Step 5: Connecting The Mains Lead

    Notes • If the supplied remote interferes with your other Sony DVD recorder or player, change the command mode number for this recorder (page 29). • Use the batteries correctly to avoid possible leakage and corrosion.

  • Page 28: Controlling Tvs With The Remote

    TV [/1 button. Code numbers of controllable TVs If more than one code number is listed, try entering them one at a time until you find the one that works with your TV. Manufacturer Sony Grundig Hitachi LG/Goldstar Loewe Nokia...

  • Page 29: Recorder

    Sony DVD recorder If the supplied remote interferes with your other Sony DVD recorder or player, set the command mode number for this recorder and the supplied remote to one that differs from the other Sony DVD recorder or player after you have completed “Step 7: Easy...

  • Page 30: Step 7: Easy Setup

    Step 7: Easy Setup Make the basic adjustments by following the on-screen instructions in “Easy Setup.” Be careful not to disconnect the cables or exit the “Easy Setup” function during this procedure. EXIT/ O RETURN Turn on the recorder and your TV. Then switch the input selector on your TV so that the signal from the recorder appears on your TV screen.

  • Page 31

    • If the aerial cable is connected to the ANALOG AERIAL IN jack (except hookup A) and the TV is connected to this recorder with SMARTLINK, select “Download from TV” (For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your TV). Then, select your country/region using </,, and press ENTER.

  • Page 32: Setting Up The Guide Plus+ System (for Analogue Broadcasting/in Areas With Guide Plus+ Only)

    z Hint If you want to run “Easy Setup” again, select “Easy Setup” in the “Basic” setup from “Initial Setup” in the System Menu (page 125). Setting up the GUIDE Plus+ system (For analogue broadcasting/in areas with GUIDE Plus+ only) Follow the instructions below to set up the GUIDE Plus+ system and use the connected set top box receiver.

  • Page 33

    Turn off the recorder to receive GUIDE Plus+ system data. To receive GUIDE Plus+ system data your recorder must be turned off when not in use. If your recorder is connected to a set top box receiver, be sure to leave the set top box receiver turned on.

  • Page 34: Connecting A Vcr Or Similar Device

    • If you pass the recorder signals through a VCR, you may not receive a clear image on your TV screen. DVD recorder Be sure to connect your VCR to the DVD recorder and to your TV in the order shown below. To watch video tapes, watch the tapes through a second line input on your TV.

  • Page 35: Connecting To The Line 2 In Jacks On The Front Panel

    This may cause noise (feedback). • Do not connect more than one type of video cord between the recorder and your TV at the same time. VCR, etc. OUTPUT VIDEO AUDIO Audio/video cord (not supplied) DVD recorder...

  • Page 36: Connecting An External Decoder

    Connecting a decoder to AERIAL IN Aerial cable (supplied) to T LINE 3 – TV to AERIAL OUT External decoder (PAY-TV/ Canal Plus analogue decoder) to SCART input SCART cord (not supplied) to i LINE 1/DECODER SCART cord (not supplied) DVD recorder...

  • Page 37: Setting External Decoder (pay-tv/canal Plus Analogue Decoder) Programme Positions

    Setting external decoder (PAY- TV/Canal Plus analogue decoder) programme positions To watch or record PAY-TV/Canal Plus analogue programmes, set your recorder to receive the programme positions using the on-screen display. In order to set the programme positions correctly, be sure to follow all of the steps below.

  • Page 38: Inserting A Disc

    Seven Basic Operations — Getting to Know Your DVD Recorder 1. Inserting a Disc - RW - RW Video Video DATA CD Z (open/ close) Press DVD. Press Z (open/close), and place a disc on the disc tray. Recording/playing side facing down Press Z (open/close) to close the disc tray.

  • Page 39

    Press REC MODE repeatedly to select the recording mode. Each time you press the button, the display on the TV screen changes as follows: * Available when “Manual Rec. Mode” is set to “On (go to setup)” in the “Recording” setup (page 135).

  • Page 40: Checking The Disc Status While Recording

    Checking the disc status while recording You can check the recording information such as recording time or disc type. Press DISPLAY during recording. The recording information appears. A Recording mode B Recording time C Disc type/format D Recording status To turn off the display Press DISPLAY repeatedly.

  • Page 41

    A Disc type: Displays the media type, HDD or DVD. B Total number of titles C Sub-menu: Press , to display the sub-menu. The sub-menu displays options applicable only to the selected item. The displayed options differ depending upon the model, situation, and disc type. D Scroll bar: Appears when all of the titles do not fit on the list.

  • Page 42

    To search for a title by genre (HDD only) Press < while the Title List is displayed. Select “Genre” using M/m, and press ENTER. Select a genre using M/m, and press ENTER. To change a title thumbnail picture (Thumbnail) After recording, the first scene of the recording (the title) is automatically set as the thumbnail picture.

  • Page 43: Displaying The Playing Time And Play Information

    Displaying the playing time and play information - RW - RW Video Video DATA DVD DATA CD You can check the playing time of the current title, chapter, track, or disc. Also, you can check the disc name recorded on the DVD/CD.

  • Page 44: Changing The Name Of A Recorded Programme

    4. Changing the Name of a Recorded Programme - RW Video You can label a DVD, title, or programme by entering characters. You can enter up to 64 characters for a title recorded in the HDD/ DVD-RW/DVD-R (VR mode), 40 characters for a title recorded in the DVD+RW/DVD-RW (Video mode)/ DVD+R/DVD-R (Video mode), but the...

  • Page 45: Labelling And Protecting A Disc

    5. Labelling and Protecting a Disc You can execute options effective for the entire disc in the “Disc Setup” setup. SYSTEM MENU Labelling a disc - RW - RW Video Video Insert a disc. See “1. Inserting a Disc” on page 38. Press SYSTEM MENU.

  • Page 46: Playing The Disc On Other Dvd Equipment (finalise)

    Select “Basic,” and press ENTER. Select “Protect Disc,” and press ENTER. Select “On,” and press ENTER. Press SYSTEM MENU to exit. To cancel the protection Select “Off” in step 6. z Hint You can set protection for individual titles (page 83). 6.

  • Page 47

    Finalising is necessary. The disc can be played only on equipment that supports DVD-R in VR mode. You can edit or record on the disc even after finalising (except DVD- R DL in VR mode). Finalising is necessary when playing on any equipment other than this recorder.

  • Page 48: Unfinalising A Disc

    Unfinalising a disc - RW - RW Video For DVD-RWs (Video mode) DVD-RWs (Video mode) that have been finalised to prohibit additional recording or editing can be unfinalised to allow further recording or editing. For DVD-RWs (VR mode) If you cannot record or edit on a DVD-RW (VR mode) that has been finalised with other DVD equipment, unfinalise the disc.

  • Page 49: Reformatting A Disc

    7. Reformatting a Disc - RW - RW Video New discs are automatically formatted when inserted. If necessary, you can manually re- format a DVD+RW, DVD-RW, or DVD-R disc to make a blank disc. For DVD-RWs or DVD-Rs, you can select a recording format (VR mode or Video mode) according to your needs.

  • Page 50: Guide To Digital Services (for Freeview)

    Guide to Digital Services (For Freeview) Viewing the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) Display The Electronic Programme Guide is a guide showing the television programme schedule for a day or more at a time on your television (via the Digital Terrestrial Television tuner included in this recorder).

  • Page 51: Programme Information

    Available buttons in the programme list Buttons Operations </M/m/, Selects the desired item. PAGE +/– Displays the previous/next eight channels. INFO Displays the detailed information of the programme (page 51). Colour buttons Activates the same colour (red, yellow, function on the screen. green, blue) RETURN Closes the display.

  • Page 52: Viewing A Digital Text Service (models For The Uk Only)

    Viewing a Digital Text Service (models for the UK only) Many digital TV channels broadcast information via their text service. This digital service includes high-quality digital text and graphics along with advanced navigation options. Additionally, this recorder has access to dedicated text channels transmitted by the broadcasters.

  • Page 53: Recording (for Freeview)

    Recording (For Freeview) Timer Recording (EPG/ Series/Manual) - RW - RW Video Video You can set the timer for a total of 32 programmes, up to 30 days in advance. Methods to set the timer include: • EPG: Set a programme to be recorded based on the information provided by the EPG (Electronic Programme Guide) (page 53).

  • Page 54

    Press the red button. The date, start and stop times, programme position, recording mode, etc., settings appear. • If you want to change the setting, follow step 3 of “Setting the timer manually (Manual)” (page 56). • (Models for the UK only) You can set “EPG Link”...

  • Page 55: Recording Programmes Using Series Recording (models For The Uk Only)

    Recording programmes using Series Recording (models for the UK only) Series Recording is a feature which allows you to automatically record programmes in a series, using the information from the EPG. You can also search for programmes related to the timer settings. Notes •...

  • Page 56: Setting The Timer Manually (manual)

    To search for programmes related to the timer settings (EPG Link) When you set timer recording for a programme that has series information, you can search for related programmes such as listed below. To use this function, set “EPG Link” to “On” (default) in step 4 above.

  • Page 57

    Select an item using </, and adjust using M/m. Then press ENTER. The adjustable items are listed below. “Pr/CH”: Sets the programme position. An analogue programme can also be selected. “Date”: Sets the date (up to 30 days later). Select a recording pattern by pressing repeatedly to set the timer for the same daily or weekly...

  • Page 58: Using The Quick Timer Function

    Notes • If a message indicating that the HDD is full appears on the screen, change the recording destination to “DVD,” or make available space for the recording (page 83). • Check that the clock is correctly set before setting the timer recording. If not, the timer recording cannot be made.

  • Page 59: Checking/changing/cancelling Timer Settings (timer List)

    Checking/Changing/ Cancelling Timer Settings (Timer List) - RW - RW Video Video You can check, change, or cancel the timer settings using the Timer List. Note (Models for the UK only) To change the EPG timer settings, set “EPG Link” to “Off” in “Set Details.”...

  • Page 60: Recording From Connected Equipment

    Recording from Connected Equipment - RW Video You can record from a connected VCR or similar device. To connect a VCR or similar device, see “Connecting a VCR or Similar Device” on page 34. Press HDD or DVD. If you select DVD, insert a recordable DVD (see “1.

  • Page 61: Guide Plus+ (for Analogue Broadcasting/in Areas With Guide Plus+ Only)

    GUIDE Plus+ (For analogue broadcasting/in areas with GUIDE Plus+ only) Viewing the GUIDE Plus+ Display ® The GUIDE Plus+ system is a free interactive programme guide. It displays up to seven days of programme listings, including programme titles, promotions, and broadcast information.

  • Page 62

    D Menu Bar: Press the blue button (“Home”), and press M to move the cursor to the Menu Bar. Then select one of the following features using </,, and press ENTER. “Grid”: Shows the programmes for the current time slot and next 7 days. “Search”: Allows you to search for titles by category or by keyword (page 67).

  • Page 63: Listing Up Your Favourite Programme Information (my Tv)

    Listing Up Your Favourite Programme Information (My TV) You can set a profile and list up only your favourite programme information. Press GUIDE. Press M to move the cursor to the Menu Bar. Select “My TV” using </,. “My TV” Press the yellow button (“Profile”).

  • Page 64: Making Changes To The Guide Plus+ System

    Making Changes to the GUIDE Plus+ System You can customize the GUIDE Plus+ system. If the host channel has been changed or moved, and the programme guide data cannot be received, you can resolve the problem by following the steps below. Searching for the GUIDE Plus+ host channel (Setup) The default host channel setting is set to...

  • Page 65: Checking Programme Positions (editor)

    Select “Confirm” using </,, and press ENTER. The display returns to the GUIDE Plus+ setup menu. Wait one day until the programme guide data can be received. To cancel the settings Press the red button (“Back”). To check the GUIDE Plus+ system information Select “Setup”...

  • Page 66: Recording (for Analogue Broadcasting)

    Recording (For analogue broadcasting) Timer Recording (GUIDE Plus+/Manual) - RW Video You can set the timer for a total of 32 programmes (8 programmes when using the VPS/PDC function), up to 30 days in advance. Methods to set the timer include: •...

  • Page 67

    Press the red button (“Record”) or z REC. The set programme and Time Slot change colour and the recorder is ready to start recording. When recording from a set top box receiver, be sure to turn it Unlike a VCR, there is no need to turn off the recorder before the timer recording starts.

  • Page 68: Setting The Timer Manually (schedule)

    Select the TV broadcast station logo using </M/m/,, and press ENTER. The display returns to “Grid” and the programme currently being broadcast by the selected TV station is selected. Select a programme using </,, and press ENTER. To confirm, change, or cancel a timer recording See “Checking/Changing/Cancelling Timer Settings (Schedule)”...

  • Page 69: Using The Quick Timer Function

    Press the corresponding colour button repeatedly to set the recording quality, frequency, or destination. • Yellow button (“Destination”): Sets the recording destination. If there is not enough available DVD disc space for the recording, the recorder automatically records the programme to the HDD even if you select “DVD”...

  • Page 70: Recording Stereo And Bilingual Programmes

    Recording stereo and bilingual programmes The recorder automatically receives and records stereo and bilingual programmes based on the ZWEITON system or the NICAM system. The HDD (when “HDD Recording Format” is set to “Video Mode Off” in the “Recording” setup (page 137)) and a DVD- RW (VR mode) or DVD-R (VR mode) can record both main and sub sounds.

  • Page 71: Checking/changing/cancelling Timer Settings (schedule)

    Checking/Changing/ Cancelling Timer Settings (Schedule) - RW - RW Video Video You can change or cancel timer settings using the schedule list. Checking/changing timer settings Press TIMER. The schedule list appears. Select the timer setting you want to change using m. You can check the selected timer setting highlighted in pink.

  • Page 72: Recording From Connected Equipment

    When the timer settings overlap • The programme that starts first has priority and the entire programme is recorded. • After finishing the previous recording, the other recording starts with several tens-of- second’s delay (when the end-time of one recording and the start-time of another are the same).

  • Page 73: Playback

    Playback Playing - RW - RW Video Video DATA DVD DATA CD AUDIO SUBTITLE ANGLE PLAY MODE Press HDD or DVD. • If you select DVD, insert a disc (see “1. Inserting a Disc” on page 38). • If you insert a DVD VIDEO, VIDEO CD, DATA DVD or DATA CD, press H.

  • Page 74

    To play DivX video files or audio tracks in a disc containing both file types Press < while the Title List (DVD/CD) is displayed. Select “Data Format” using M/m, and press ENTER. Select “CD,” “MP3” or “DivX” using M/m, and press ENTER. Return to the Title List, then select an album, title or track, and press ENTER To stop playback...

  • Page 75: Playback Options

    Playback options To check the position of the buttons below, see the illustration on page 73. Buttons ANGLE AUDIO - RW DATA DVD DATA CD SUBTITLE DVD DATA DVD DATA CD * DivX video file only (instant replay/ instant advance) - RW - RW Video...

  • Page 76

    Buttons (fast reverse/fast forward) (slow, freeze frame) - RW - RW Video Video *1*2 *1*2 DATA DVD DATA CD Playback direction only DivX video file only X (pause) Notes • Angles and subtitles cannot be changed with titles recorded on this recorder. •...

  • Page 77: Playing A Specific Portion Repeatedly (a-b Repeat)

    Playing a specific portion repeatedly (A-B Repeat) Press PLAY MODE during playback. For audio tracks on a CD, press , while the Title List is displayed, and select “Play Mode.” The “Play Mode” menu appears. Select “A-B Repeat,” and press ENTER.

  • Page 78: Creating Your Own Programme (programme)

    Creating your own programme (Programme) - RW Video Video DATA DVD DATA CD finalised disc only MP3 audio tracks only You can play the contents of the HDD or a disc in the order you want by arranging the order of the titles/chapters/albums/tracks on the HDD or disc to create your own programme.

  • Page 79: Advanced Playback Functions

    Advanced Playback Functions Pausing a TV broadcast (TV Pause/Pause Live TV) You can pause a current TV broadcast, and record it on the HDD, then continue watching the programme at a later time. This is useful when you receive an unexpected phone call or visitor while watching TV.

  • Page 80: Playing A Previous Recording While Making Another (simultaneous Rec And Play)

    Playing a previous recording while making another (Simultaneous Rec and Play) - RW Video DATA CD “Simultaneous Rec and Play” allows you to view a previously recorded programme while recording programmes. Playback continues even if a timer recording starts. Use this function as follows: •...

  • Page 81

    Press ENTER. Playback starts from the selected number. z Hint You can search for a title/track/chapter by entering the title/track/chapter number using the number buttons during playback.

  • Page 82: Erasing And Editing

    Erasing and Editing Before Editing This recorder offers various edit options for various disc types. Notes • You may lose the edited contents if you remove the disc or a timer recording starts while editing. • DVD discs created by DVD camcorders cannot be edited on this recorder.

  • Page 83: Erasing And Editing A Title

    Erasing and Editing a Title - RW - RW Video Video This section explains the basic edit functions. Note that editing is irreversible. To edit DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode) without changing the original recordings, create a Playlist title (page 87). Press TITLE LIST. For DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs in VR mode, switch the Title List (Original or Playlist), if necessary.

  • Page 84: Erasing A Section Of A Title (a-b Erase)

    z Hint You can exit “Multi-Mode” by pressing , and selecting “Single-Mode” while selecting titles. Erasing a section of a title (A-B Erase) - RW You can select a section (scene) in a title and erase it. Note that erasing scenes in a title cannot be undone.

  • Page 85: Erasing And Editing A Chapter

    Press ENTER. For the HDD, the display asks for confirmation. Select “Yes,” and press ENTER (HDD only). The title is divided into two. Erasing and Editing a Chapter - RW You can edit individual chapters within a title. To edit DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs (VR mode) without changing the original recordings, create a Playlist (page 87).

  • Page 86: Dividing A Chapter (divide)

    Dividing a chapter (Divide) After step 4 of “Erasing and Editing a Chapter,” select “Divide.” Select a chapter using </,. Select the dividing point using m/ M or H, and press X. • To return to the beginning of the chapter, press X and then press ..

  • Page 87: Creating And Editing A Playlist

    Creating and Editing a Playlist - RW Playlist edit allows you to edit or re-edit without changing the actual recordings. You can create up to 99 Playlist titles. Note Playlist titles containing titles recorded with the “Copy-Once” copy protection signal cannot be dubbed or moved (page 157).

  • Page 88: Moving A Chapter (move)

    Moving a chapter (Move) Press TITLE LIST, and switch to the Playlist. For details on switching to the Playlist, see page 82. Select a Playlist title containing the chapter you want to edit, and press The sub-menu appears. Select “Edit,” and press ENTER. Select “Chapter Edit,”...

  • Page 89: Dubbing (hdd Y Dvd)

    Dubbing (HDD y DVD) Before Dubbing In this section, “dubbing” refers to “copying a recorded title on the internal hard disk drive (HDD) to another disc, or vice versa.” You can dub a playing title using the HDD/ DVD DUB button (see “HDD/DVD Dubbing”...

  • Page 90: Hdd/dvd Dubbing

    HDD/DVD Dubbing - RW Video You can dub a single title by pressing the HDD/DVD DUB button during playback. You can also dub from finalised DVD-RWs/ DVD-Rs (Video mode) to the HDD. Start playback of a title. For playing a title, see “Playing” on page 73.

  • Page 91

    C Dubbing step number Display 1: Select a title you want to dub (the “Select Titles” display). Display 2: Edit a title (the “Title Edit” display). Display 3: Confirm the settings and start dubbing (the “Start Dubbing” display). D Total size of the selected titles and available space on the disc to be dubbed (approximate) E Selected title’s thumbnail picture...

  • Page 92

    To edit titles on the Dubbing List Follow steps 1 to 7 of “Dubbing Using Dubbing List” on page 90. The “Title Edit” display appears. Select a title you want to edit, and press ENTER. The sub-menu appears. Select an option, and press ENTER. The options differ depending on the dubbing direction or disc type.

  • Page 93: Making A Backup Disc (dvd Backup)

    Making a Backup Disc (DVD Backup) - RW Video Video You can dub all of the contents on a finalised DVD+RW/DVD+R or finalised DVD-RW/ DVD-R (Video mode) to another recordable DVD+RW/DVD-RW or unused DVD+R/ DVD-R via the HDD as a backup copy. Note Backup discs of unfinalised discs cannot be made.

  • Page 94: Hdd Camcorder Dubbing

    HDD Camcorder Dubbing Before HDD Camcorder Dubbing You can dub the contents of a Sony HDD camcorder to the hard disk drive of the recorder via the USB jack on the front panel. Methods to dub from the HDD camcorder include: •...

  • Page 95: Preparing For Hdd Camcorder Dubbing

    72. • The recorder can recognise and store the shooting date and time information of up to 10 HDD camcorders. If you connect 11 or more HDD camcorders, one-touch dubbing and “Incremental Dubbing” cannot be made properly. DVD recorder...

  • Page 96: One-touch Dubbing From Hdd Camcorder (one-touch Dub)

    One-Touch Dubbing from HDD Camcorder (ONE- TOUCH DUB) You can dub contents of your HDD camcorder onto the HDD of the recorder with a single press of the ONE-TOUCH DUB button on the recorder. When dubbing from the HDD camcorder for the first time, all of the contents are dubbed to the recorder.

  • Page 97

    Select “Yes,” and press ENTER. The recorder starts dubbing the contents on the HDD camcorder to the HDD Title List of the recorder. The recorder turns off automatically if you do not use the recorder for more than 20 minutes after the dubbing has finished.

  • Page 98: Dv Camcorder Dubbing

    DVD equipment, finalise the disc (page 46). • Set the recorder and DV camcorder to the same colour system (page 125). Hookups to DV IN i.LINK cable (not supplied) DV output : Signal flow DVD recorder DV camcorder...

  • Page 99

    Press HDD or DVD to select the recording destination. If you select DVD, insert a disc (see “1. Inserting a Disc” on page 38). Insert the source DV/Digital8 format tape into your DV camcorder. For the recorder to record or edit, your DV camcorder must be set to video playback mode.

  • Page 100: Dubbing An Entire Dv Format Tape (dv One-touch Dubbing)

    Dubbing an Entire DV Format Tape (DV One- Touch Dubbing) - RW Video You can record the entire contents of a DV/ Digital8 format tape onto a disc with a single press of the ONE-TOUCH DUB button on the recorder. The recorder controls the DV camcorder for the whole process, and completes the recording.

  • Page 101: Playing From A Dv Camcorder

    z Hint You can turn off the dubbing menu by pressing the DISPLAY button during dubbing. Press the DISPLAY button again to display the dubbing menu. Note You cannot set a scene to be shorter than one second. Playing from a DV Camcorder Connect your DV camcorder to the DV IN jack on the front panel.

  • Page 102: Music Jukebox

    The System Menu appears. Select “Music Jukebox,” and press ENTER. Select “Listen to Music from USB Device,” and press ENTER. The “Music Jukebox (USB)” appears. Select an album to copy using M/m, and press ,. The sub-menu appears. DVD recorder...

  • Page 103: Copying Audio Tracks (disc T Hdd)

    Select “Edit” using M/m, and press ENTER. Select an item using M/m, and press ENTER. To copy all albums, select “Copy all to HDD.” To copy the selected albums, select “Copy to HDD.” The display asks for confirmation. Select “Yes” using </,, and press ENTER.

  • Page 104: Playing Audio Tracks Using Jukebox/usb Device

    Playing Audio Tracks Using Jukebox/USB Device Press SYSTEM MENU. The System Menu appears. Select “Music Jukebox,” and press ENTER. Select “Listen to Music / Edit” or “Listen to Music from USB Device,” and press ENTER. To listen to the audio tracks on the HDD, select “Listen to Music / Edit.”...

  • Page 105: Adding Audio Tracks To A Playlist (hdd Only)

    Adding audio tracks to a Playlist (HDD only) You can add audio tracks on the HDD to the Playlist. You can add up to 25 audio tracks to each Playlist. After step 2 of “Playing Audio Tracks Using Jukebox/USB Device,” select “Listen to Music / Edit,”...

  • Page 106: Creating Your Own Programme (programme) (usb Device Only)

    Creating your own programme (Programme) (USB device only) You can play the contents of the connected USB device in the order you want by arranging the order of the tracks on the connected USB device to create your own programme. You can make a programme of up to 24 tracks.

  • Page 107: Managing Audio Tracks On The Music Jukebox (hdd Only)

    Managing Audio Tracks on the Music Jukebox (HDD only) You can erase or label artists/albums/tracks on the HDD. Press SYSTEM MENU. The System Menu appears. Select “Music Jukebox,” and press ENTER. Select “Listen to Music / Edit,” and press ENTER. The “Music Jukebox (HDD)”...

  • Page 108: Photo Album

    Copying JPEG image files to the HDD (DISC/USB t HDD) Insert a disc that you are going to copy to the HDD or connect the USB device to the USB jack on the recorder. Press SYSTEM MENU. The System Menu appears. DVD recorder...

  • Page 109: Copying All Jpeg Image Files From The Connected Usb Device (usb T Dvd-rw/dvd-r)

    Select “Photo Album,” and press ENTER. The “Photo Album” menu appears. Select the item, and press ENTER. To copy from DATA CDs/DATA DVDs (DVD-RWs/DVD-Rs), select “View Photos on a DVD/CD.” To copy from the connected USB device, select “View Photos on a USB Device.”...

  • Page 110: Copying Jpeg Image Files Or Albums On The Hdd (hdd Y Hdd)

    Copying JPEG image files or albums on the HDD (HDD y HDD) Press SYSTEM MENU. The System Menu appears. Select “Photo Album,” and press ENTER. The “Photo Album” menu appears. Select “View/Edit Photos on the HDD,” and press ENTER. The “Photo Album” list appears. Select an album using M/m.

  • Page 111: Copying Jpeg Image Files To A Disc (hdd T Dvd-rw/dvd-r)

    Select an album, and press ENTER. A check mark appears in the check box by the selected item. • To clear the check mark, press ENTER again. • To clear all check marks, press , to select “Single-Mode” from the sub- menu.

  • Page 112: Using The "photo Album" List

    Select “Yes,” and press ENTER. The selected JPEG image files are copied in the “PICTURE” folder on the disc. The JPEG image file names are automatically labelled as “PHOT****.” If you want to play the disc on other DVD equipment, finalise the disc (page 46).

  • Page 113

    12-Photo List (Example: HDD) 4-Photo List 1-Photo List A Album name B Album size C Sub-menu: Press , to display the sub-menu. The sub-menu displays options applicable only to the selected item. The displayed options differ depending upon the model, situation, and disc type. For details about the sub-menu options, see “Managing JPEG Image Files on the HDD”...

  • Page 114: Playing A Slideshow

    To switch between the album list and JPEG image file list Press < while the “Photo Album” list is displayed. Select “Display Mode” using M/m, and press ENTER. Select “File” or “Album” using M/m, and press ENTER. z Hints • You can switch the thumbnail picture on the album list among the JPEG image files in the selected album by pressing m/M.

  • Page 115: Creating A Slideshow With Your Favourite Music And Graphic Effects (x-pict Story) (hdd Only)

    To play a slideshow with the sound (HDD only) You can enjoy a slideshow while listening to the sound stored in the HDD. First prepare Music Playlists by adding audio tracks using Jukebox (see “Adding audio tracks to a Playlist (HDD only)” on page 105). Select “View/Edit Photos on the HDD”...

  • Page 116

    Select a graphic effect and a Music Playlist using </M/m/,. • “Theme”: Select a theme. The recorder adds graphic effects according to the theme you set from the following: “Happy moments (1)”: with simple graphic effects “Happy moments (2)”: with simple graphic effects rapidly changing “Nostalgic memories”: in monochrome...

  • Page 117: Managing Jpeg Image Files On The Hdd

    Managing JPEG Image Files on the HDD Press SYSTEM MENU. The System Menu appears. Select “Photo Album,” and press ENTER. The “Photo Album” menu appears. Select “View/Edit Photos on the HDD,” and press ENTER. The “Photo Album (HDD)” list appears. Select an album or JPEG image file, and press ,.

  • Page 118: Printing Jpeg Image Files

    USB device, select “View Photos on a USB Device.” The “Photo Album” list appears. Select an album, and press ENTER. DVD recorder Select a file using M/m, and press The sub-menu appears. Select the item, and press ENTER. To print two or more files, select “Multi- Mode.”...

  • Page 119

    To cancel printing Press ENTER. To display the connected printer Select “Confirm Printer” of “USB” in the “Options 2” setup (page 142). To restart the connected USB device Select “Restart USB Device” of “USB” in the “Options 2” setup (page 142). z Hint Printing options, such as paper size or layout, differ depending on the printer.

  • Page 120: Settings And Adjustments

    Settings and Adjustments Adjusting Picture Quality - RW Video DATA CD * DivX video file only You can adjust the picture quality from the connected equipment, such as a TV or VCR, and also the picture quality of broadcasts that the recorder can receive by selecting a preset setting.

  • Page 121

    Setting options for recording picture quality For details about each setting, see the explanation of the display. Prog. Adjusts the progressive video Motion signal when “Component Video Out” is set to “Progressive” (page 130) or when using the HDMI connection. Select “Motion”...

  • Page 122

    Reduces noise contained in (luminance the luminance element of the noise video signal. reduction) BNR (block Reduces “block noise” or noise mosaic-like patterns in the reduction) picture. Reduces the faint noise (mosquito appearing around the outlines noise of the images. The noise reduction) reduction effects are automatically adjusted within...

  • Page 123: Using The Setup Menus

    Using the Setup Menus You can change the settings of the recorder, such as picture quality settings, audio settings, etc. Press SYSTEM MENU while the recorder is in stop mode. Select “Disc Setup” or “Initial Setup” using M/m, and press ENTER. Select the desired setup item using M/m, then press ENTER.

  • Page 124: Recorder Settings (basic)

    Optimise HDD As you record, erase and edit recordings repeatedly, the HDD file system gradually becomes fragmented. To ‘clean up’ all the fragmented files, optimise the HDD periodically. When the HDD needs optimising, a message recommending optimisation will appear automatically. To cancel optimisation, press ENTER.

  • Page 125: Input Line System

    Input Line System Selects the colour system when recording from the connected equipment. This setting is effective only when recording from an external input. NTSC Records in NTSC or PAL-60 colour system. PAL/ Records in PAL or SECAM SECAM colour system. Notes •...

  • Page 126: Aerial Reception Settings (digital Tuner)

    Aerial Reception Settings (Digital Tuner) You can make digital tuner and programme position settings for the recorder. Replace Channels Scans available digital channels, and replaces all the channels already stored in the channel list with the scanned results. Select your country/region using </,, and press ENTER.

  • Page 127: Aerial Reception Settings (analog Tuner)

    Signal Check You can check the signal strength and quality of the channel. To scan a digital channel, select a channel using </,, and select “Add New Channels,” then press ENTER. Aerial Power (RDR-HXD795/ HXD895/HXD995/HXD1095 (except models for the UK) only) Selects whether to supply the power to the aerial connected to the DIGITAL AERIAL...

  • Page 128: Manual Ch Setting

    Manual CH Setting Presets programme positions manually. If some programme positions could not be set using the “Easy Setup” function, you can set them manually. If there is no sound or if the picture is distorted, the wrong tuner system may have been preset during “Easy Setup.”...

  • Page 129

    Tuning the French CATV channels This recorder can scan the CATV channels B to Q and the HYPER frequency channels S21 to S41. On the Channel Set menu, the channels are indicated as CC1 to CC44. For example, channel B is indicated by Channel Set number CC1, and channel Q is indicated by Channel Set number CC23 (see the table below).

  • Page 130: Video Settings (video In/out)

    Sound System Select an available TV system (page 128). Select this when in West European countries, except those listed in “Receivable channels” on page 128. Select this when in East European countries. Select this when in Great Britain/Ireland. Select this when in France. Name Changes or enters a new station name (up to 5 characters).

  • Page 131

    Notes • When you set “LINE 3 Out” to “RGB,” you cannot set “Component Video Out.” • When you connect the recorder to a monitor or projector via only the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT jacks, do not set “LINE 3 Out” to “RGB.” If you set “LINE 3 Out”...

  • Page 132: Audio Input Settings (audio In)

    Audio Input Settings (Audio In) You can adjust the sound according to the playback and connection conditions. NICAM Select For details on NICAM system, see page 70. NICAM Normally select this position. Standard Select this if the sound from NICAM broadcasts is not clear.

  • Page 133: Audio Output Settings (audio Out)

    Audio Output Settings (Audio Out) You can switch the method of outputting audio signals when you connect a component such as an amplifier (receiver) with a digital input jack. Note If you connect a component that does not accept the selected audio signal, a loud noise (or no sound) will come from the speakers, and may affect your ears or cause speaker damage.

  • Page 134: Language Settings (language)

    Note If the HDMI OUT jack is connected to equipment not compatible with MPEG audio signals, the PCM signals will be automatically output even when you select “MPEG.” Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) (DVDs only) Selects the dynamic range (difference between soft and loud sounds) setting when playing a DVD that conforms to “Audio DRC.”...

  • Page 135: Recording Settings (recording)

    DVD Menu Language (DVD VIDEO only) Switches the language for the DVD menu. Select “w/Subtitle Language” to set the same language as the language you set in “Subtitle Language.” Subtitle Display Displays subtitles. Does not display subtitles. Assist Subtitle Displays special assistive subtitles, where available.

  • Page 136

    Set Thumbnail Selects a scene for the thumbnail picture shown in the Title List. 0 seconds The first frame of the title is set for the thumbnail picture. 30 seconds The frame at 30 seconds from the first frame is set for the thumbnail picture.

  • Page 137: Playback Settings (playback)

    HDD Recording Format Selects the HDD recording format. Video Mode Records to the HDD in VR mode. When recording stereo and bilingual programmes, both main and sub sounds can be recorded. Video Mode Records to the HDD in Video mode. When recording stereo and bilingual programmes, only one sound track (main...

  • Page 138: Limitation Settings (parental Lock)

    Pause Mode Selects the picture quality in pause mode. Field Outputs a stable, generally shake-free image. Frame Outputs a sharp image, but may be prone to shake. Auto Outputs a generally less sharp but more stable still image. Seamless Playback (HDD/ DVD-RW/DVD-R in VR mode only) Playback is smooth, but...

  • Page 139: Hdmi Settings (hdmi Output)

    Select “Code” (geographic area) as the playback limitation level, and press ENTER. The area is selected. • When you select “Number,” press the number buttons to select and enter a country/area code in the table (page 158), and press ENTER. Select “Change Level,”...

  • Page 140: Audio Output

    Notes • When picture noise appears after you change the “Screen Resolution” setting, hold down x (stop) on the recorder, and press Z (open/close) on the recorder. • When “Colour” is set to “YCbCr 4:2:2” in the “HDMI Output” setup, you cannot select “720 x 576i”...

  • Page 141: Other Settings (options)

    Command Mode Changes the Command Mode of the recorder to avoid interference with your other Sony DVD recorder or player. Select a Command Mode (“1,” “2,” or “3 (Default setting)”), and press ENTER. Note The default command mode setting for this recorder and the supplied remote is “3...

  • Page 142: Other Settings (options 2)

    Set Preview (HDD only) Selects the thumbnail type shown in the Title List. Quick Plays short excerpts from Preview throughout the selected title. Normal Plays the selected title from the beginning. CI Information (RDR-HXD795/ HXD895/HXD995/HXD1095 only) You can see the CI information. The displayed information differs depending on the CI module.

  • Page 143: Additional Information

    Should any problem persist, consult your nearest Sony dealer. Power The power does not turn on. , Check that the mains lead is connected securely.

  • Page 144

    There is no picture or picture noise appears when connected to the DV IN jack. , Try the following: 1Turn the recorder off and on again. 2Turn the connected equipment off and on again. 3Disconnect and then connect the i.LINK cable again. There is no picture or picture noise appears when connected to the HDMI OUT jack.

  • Page 145

    The picture is black and white. , Check that “LINE 3 Out” in the “Video In/ Out” setup is set to the appropriate item that conforms to your system (page 131). , If you are using a SCART cord, be sure to use one that is fully wired (21 pins).

  • Page 146

    , If the audio signal does not come through the DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL)/HDMI OUT jacks, check the “Audio Out” setup (page 133). , The recorder supports only MP3 audio, Dolby Digital and MPEG audio for DivX video files. Press AUDIO and select MP3 audio or MPEG audio.

  • Page 147

    , The recorder’s internal clock stopped due to a power failure that lasted for more than 1 hour. Reset the clock (page 124). , The channel was disabled after the timer recording was set. See “Manual CH Setting” on page 128. , The programme position was hidden after the timer recording was set.

  • Page 148

    The recorder starts playing automatically. , The DVD VIDEO features an auto playback function. Playback stops automatically. , If the DVD has an auto pause signal, the recorder stops playback at the auto pause signal. Some functions such as Stop, Search, or Slow-motion Play cannot be performed.

  • Page 149: Remote Control

    HDD camcorder dubbing is not possible. , An HDD camcorder which is not supported by this recorder is connected (page 94). , The HDD camcorder is not set to the USB connection mode (page 95). , The HDD camcorder contains only the contents that have already been dubbed to the recorder when you are dubbing using the ONE-TOUCH DUB button or...

  • Page 150: Resetting The Recorder

    Lock (page 14). The disc tray does not open and “TRAYLOCKED” appears in the front panel display. , Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. “REPAIR” appears in the front panel display. , The recorder’s repair function is activated to repair the hard disk drive or disc.

  • Page 151: Recordable And Playable Discs

    Recordable and Playable Discs Type Disc Logo Hard disk drive mode (internal) Video mode DVD+RW DVD-RW mode Video mode DVD+R DVD+R DL DVD-R mode DVD-R Video mode Icon used Formatting in this (new discs) manual Select “Video Mode Off” in “HDD Recording Format”...

  • Page 152

    Usable disc versions (as of April 2008) • 8x-speed or slower DVD+RWs • 6x-speed or slower DVD-RWs (Ver.1.1, Ver.1.2 with CPRM • 16x-speed or slower DVD+Rs • 16x-speed or slower DVD-Rs (Ver.2.0, Ver.2.1 with CPRM • 8x-speed or slower DVD+R DL (Double Layer) discs •...

  • Page 153: Playable Discs

    Playable Discs Type Disc Logo DVD VIDEO VIDEO CD DATA DVD — DATA CD — “DVD VIDEO” and “CD” are trademarks. DivX, DivX Certified, and associated logos are trademarks of DivX, Inc. and are used under license. ® DivX is a video file compression technology, developed by DivX, Inc.

  • Page 154: About Recording/dubbing Mode

    Region code (DVD VIDEO only) Your recorder has a region code printed on the rear of the unit and will only play DVD VIDEOs (playback only) labelled with identical region codes. This system is used to protect copyrights. DVD VIDEOs labelled on this recorder.

  • Page 155

    Recording time in each recording mode Bold lines indicate noticeable level differences in recording picture quality. Recording mode RDR- HXD790/ HXD795 MN32 MN31 MN30 MN29 MN28 MN27 HSP MN26 MN25 MN24 MN23 MN22 MN21 MN20 MN19 LSP MN18 MN17 MN16 ESP MN15 MN14 MN13...

  • Page 156

    Recording mode RDR- HXD790/ HXD795 SLP MN4 *3*4 SEP MN3 *3*4 *3*4 Records in higher quality (15 Mbps). When recording to the HDD in HQ+ mode, recordings are made in “Video Mode Off” format regardless of the “HDD Recording Format” setting (page 137). HQ+ mode is not available for DVDs.

  • Page 157

    About “High-Speed” dubbing Required times (approximate) for “High- Speed” dubbing from HDD to DVD (for 60- minute programme) Speed 2.4x Rec. High- DVD+R mode speed (Double DVD+RW/ Layer) DVD-RW/ DVD+R/ DVD-R Approx. Approx. 10 min. 25 min. Approx. Approx. 6 min. 16 min.

  • Page 158: Language Code List

    Language Code List For details, see page 134. The language spellings conform to the ISO 639: 1988 (E/F) standard. Number, Language (Code) Country/Area Code For details, see page 138. Number, Area (Code) 0118, Argentina (ar) 0121, Australia (au) 0120, Austria (at) 0205, Belgium (be) 0218, Brazil (br) 0301, Canada (ca)

  • Page 159: Notes About This Recorder

    Notes About This Recorder On operation • If the recorder is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lenses inside the recorder. Should this occur, the recorder may not operate properly.

  • Page 160: Notes On Mp3 Audio Tracks, Jpeg Image Files, Divx Video Files, And I.link

    Notes on MP3 Audio Tracks, JPEG Image Files, DivX Video Files, and i.Link About MP3 audio tracks, JPEG image files, and DivX video files MP3 is an audio compression technology that satisfies certain ISO/MPEG regulations. JPEG is an image compression technology. You can play MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer 3) format audio tracks on the HDD, DATA CDs (CD-ROMs/CD-Rs/CD-RWs) or...

  • Page 161

    IEEE 1394 data transport bus proposed by SONY, and is a trademark approved by many corporations. IEEE 1394 is an international standard standardized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

  • Page 162: Specifications

    Specifications System Laser: Semiconductor laser Transmission standards (Digital broadcasting): DVB-T Channel coverage (Digital broadcasting): VHF: 170 MHz to 230 MHz UHF: 470 MHz to 862 MHz Channel coverage (Analogue broadcasting): PAL (B/G, D/K, I)/SECAM (L) VHF: E2 to E12, R1 to R12, F2 to F10, Italian A to H, Ireland A to J, South Africa 4 to 11, 13 UHF: E21 to E69, R21 to R69, B21 to...

  • Page 163

    General Power requirements: 220-240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption: RDR-HXD790/HXD890/HXD990/ HXD1090: 47 W RDR-HXD795/HXD895/HXD995/ HXD1095: 49 W Dimensions (approx.): 430 × 76.5 × 288 mm (width/height/ depth) incl. projecting parts Hard disk drive capacity: RDR-HXD790/HXD795: 120 GB RDR-HXD890/HXD895: 160 GB RDR-HXD990/HXD995: 250 GB RDR-HXD1090/HXD1095: 500 GB Mass (approx.): 4.7 kg...

  • Page 164: Index

    Index Words in quotations appear in the on-screen displays. Numerics “96 kHz PCM Output” “A.TV Auto Channel Setting” 30 “A-B Erase” 84 “A-B Repeat” 77 “Add New Channels” 126 “Add to Play List” 105 Adjusting playback picture 120 recording picture 120 Aerial 18 “Aerial Power”...

  • Page 165

    Digital Services Digital Text viewing EPG 50 Programme information 51 “Digital Tuner” 126 Disc settings 45 “Disc Setup” 45 Disc space 82 Disc types 151 “Divide” 84 DivX “Registration Code” DivX video files 73 Dolby Digital 25 “Download from TV” 127 DTS 25 Dubbing Dubbing List 90...

  • Page 166

    Labelling 45 “Language” 134 “LINE 1 In” 131 LINE 1/DECODER 34 LINE 2 IN 35 “LINE 3 Out” 131 Main sound 70 Mains lead 27 Making a backup disc 93 Managing audio tracks on the Music Jukebox JPEG image files 117 “Manual”...

  • Page 167

    Region code 154 Remaining time 43 Remote 12 “Rename Album” 117 “Rename File” 117 “Repeat” 77 “Repeat Album” 77 “Repeat Artist” 105 “Repeat Chapter” 77 “Repeat Disc” 77 “Repeat Play List” 105 “Repeat Programme” 77 “Repeat Title” 77 “Repeat Track” 77 “Replace Channels”...

  • Page 168

    Sony Corporation Printed in Hungary...

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