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DIGITAL VIDEO

DVD VIDEO RECORDER

D-R150SB
OWNER'S MANUAL
INSTALLATION
GUIDE
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  • Page 1: Dvd Video Recorder

    DIGITAL VIDEO DVD VIDEO RECORDER D-R150SB OWNER’S MANUAL INSTALLATION GUIDE Read this booklet first. PM002XXXX010 © 2005 Toshiba Corporation 01_D-R150SB(E)_inst 05.7.13, 0:23 AM...

  • Page 2: Introduction

    Introduction SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. DANGEROUS HIGH VOLTAGES ARE PRESENT INSIDE THE ENCLOSURE. DO NOT OPEN THE CABINET. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY.

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    CAUTION: These servicing instructions are for use by qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. In the spaces provided below, record the Model and Serial No. located on the rear panel of your recorder. Model No.

  • Page 4: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CAUTION: PLEASE READ AND OBSERVE ALL WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN IN THIS OWNER’S MANUAL AND THOSE MARKED ON THE UNIT. RETAIN THIS BOOKLET FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. This set has been designed and manufactured to assure personal safety. Improper use can result in electric shock or fire hazard.

  • Page 5

    Introduction ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 20. Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired 14. Do not overload wall outlets; extension cords, disc. These discs are easily broken and may or integral convenience receptacles as this can cause serious personal injury and unit result in a risk of fire or electric shock.

  • Page 6: Precautions

    Introduction Precautions Notes on handling Notes on cleaning Never disconnect the power cord from a wall outlet Use a soft, dry cloth for cleaning. while the recorder is turned on, unless it is in an Do not use any type of solvent, such as thinner or emergency.

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    Toshiba is not liable for any damage or loss of recorded data caused by shock, shakes, misoperation erased. Depending on the channel or programme, an or malfunction.

  • Page 8

    Introduction Precautions (Continued) Notes on moisture condensation Notes on copyright Moisture condensation damages the unit. Please It is prohibited by law to copy, broadcast, show, read the following carefully. broadcast on cable, play in public, and rent copyrighted material without permission. Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you It is permissible to record television programmes, film, pour a cold drink into a glass on a warm day.

  • Page 9

    Manufactured under license from QSound Labs, Inc. U.S. Programme Recording Copy within the same disc patent Nos. 5,105,462, 5,208,860 and 5,440,638 and various foreign counterpart. Copyright QSound Labs, Inc. 1998-2002. QXpander is a trademark of QSound Labs, DVD-RAM DVD-RAM Can be Can be Inc.

  • Page 10: Installation Procedure

    Introduction Installation procedure Read carefully “SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”, “IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS” and “Precautions”. pages 2 to 9) Load the batteries in the remote control. page 12) Connect an aerial to the recorder. page 14) Connect a satellite receiver to the recorder. pages 18 to 19) Connect the recorder to a TV.

  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    C: TV shape setting ......................42 D: Remote control settings ....................44 Operating a TV with the remote control of this recorder ........44 Operating the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders with the remote control of this recorder ................ 46 02_D-R150SB(E)_inst02-12...

  • Page 12: Preparation Of The Remote Control

    Introduction Preparation of the remote control Notes on batteries Improper use of batteries may cause battery leakage and Open the cover. corrosion. To operate the remote control correctly, follow the instructions below. • Do not insert batteries into the remote control in the wrong direction.

  • Page 13: Connections

    Connection procedure Connections “Connecting an aerial and TV” ( page 14) Connect your recorder to your TV and/or audio system. Connecting an aerial and TV Connecting to a TV equipped with phono type jacks “Connecting an aerial Connecting to a TV equipped and TV”...

  • Page 14: Connecting An Aerial And Tv

    Connections Connecting an aerial and TV Connect your TV and the aerial to this recorder for recording and to view broadcast programmes on the TV. Disconnect the aerial cable from your TV, and connect it to the VHF/UHF RF IN (FROM ANT.) terminal on the recorder. Connect the VHF/UHF RF OUT (TO TV) terminal to the TV by using the supplied coaxial cable.

  • Page 15

    Connect to a TV equipped with SCART inputs. Connect as below for watching received channels or recorded contents. Watching via the RF OUT terminal is not available. SCART cable (not supplied) For connections to TVs with no SCART inputs, see “Connecting to a TV equipped with phono type jacks”...

  • Page 16: Connecting To A Tv Equipped With Phono Type Jacks

    Connections Connecting to a TV equipped with phono type jacks Select the connection type depending on the TV. (Normal TV/TV equipped with an S video input) Normal TV To AV OUT AUDIO To AV OUT VIDEO To video To audio (R: red, L: white) (yellow) input...

  • Page 17: Connecting To A Tv Equipped With Component Video Inputs

    Connections Connecting to a TV equipped with component video inputs If your TV has component video inputs, you can obtain pictures in better quality. TV or monitor equipped with Video cable (not supplied) component video inputs COMPONENT To audio inputs of the amplifier To Y video input OUT P To P...

  • Page 18: Connecting A Satellite Receiver

    Connections Connecting a satellite receiver You can connect a satellite receiver to this recorder to enjoy watching or recording satellite programmes through the recorder. By using SCART cable If both your TV and satellite receiver have a SCART input, use a SCART cable to connect the recorder. SCART cable (not supplied) VHF/UHF aerial...

  • Page 19: By Using Rf Coaxial Cable

    By using RF coaxial cable After making this connection, you must allocate a channel on the recorder to receive satellite stations. Satellite receiver Aerial RF IN RF OUT To AV1(TV) SCART cable (not supplied) To SCART input To aerial input 03_D-R150SB(E)_inst_13-20 05.7.13, 0:23 AM...

  • Page 20: Connecting To An Audio System

    Connections Connecting to an audio system You can enjoy multichannel surround-sound such as 5.1 channel by connecting to an amplifier compatible with Dolby Digital and DTS sound. • For connection to your TV, see pages 14 to 17. • For details of output sound, see page 112 in “OPERATIONS GUIDE”.

  • Page 21: Basic Setup

    B: Output sound setting C: TV shape setting D: Remote control settings Operating a TV with the remote control of this recorder Operating the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders with the remote control of this recorder 04_D-R150SB(E)_inst_21-33 05.7.13, 0:23 AM...

  • Page 22: Starting Up The Recorder

    Basic Setup Starting up the recorder While the icon is flashing, the recorder is checking the status and reading data of the DVD drive for After all the necessary connections, startup. If the DVD drive does not contain a disc, •...

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    Startup/finishing (closing) icons These icons are displayed on the right corner on the top of the screen. While they are flashing, the recorder is operating as follows: Startup, reading a disc, finishing recording Loading Unloading a disc, finishing the recorder’s operation loading Opening a disc tray...

  • Page 24: A: Initial Settings

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings This step sets the recorder’s clock and tuner to record broadcasting TV programmes. If there are discrepancies in the recorder’s time display or changes made to receivable TV stations, you should make this setting again. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY...

  • Page 25

    If a message appears Tip on setting The recorder provides you with a variety of GUI The recorder may display a message. Each message (Graphical User Interface) displays to perform key varies according to operational status. operations including customizing of setting, playback To respond, follow the below examples.

  • Page 26: 1: Time And Date Setting

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) 1: Time and date setting Set the recorder’s clock. If it is not set correctly, the recorder cannot perform operations other than playback. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY select “Setup”...

  • Page 27

    Auto (Auto clock setting) When you select “Auto” and press ENTER button at step 4, the Auto clock setting function starts. e.g. Auto Time & Date Scanning. • When the setting is complete, the “Initial settings” menu returns. (Continued) Note •...

  • Page 28

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) Manual (Manual clock setting) OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY Select “Manual”, then press ENTER at step 4 page 26. e.g. + 10 Manual clock set Year Date Time CLEAR 2005 21 (Th) 16 : TIME SLIP INPUT SEL. FRAME/ADJUST FRAME/ADJUST TV VOL...

  • Page 29: 2: Channel Setting

    2: Channel setting This recorder contains a built-in tuner used to receive television broadcasts. You must preset the stations received through the tuner. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY select “Setup” using , then press ENTER to display the menu.

  • Page 30

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) Auto (Auto channel setting) When you select “Auto” and press ENTER at step 4, the Auto channel setting function automatically starts. e.g. Auto Scan TV 24 CH Cancel • The previous screen is displayed when the Auto channel setting is completed.

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    Manual (Manual channel setting) OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY Select “Manual”, then press ENTER at step 4. page 29) The setting screen appears. e.g. Manual 1/20 + 10 CLEAR Position Home CH Station Skip BBC1 TIME SLIP INPUT SEL. BBC2 2-25 2-25 I TV 3-32 Tuning range TV VOL...

  • Page 32

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) Press ADJUST (– / +) to set the receiving OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY channel. • Press SKIP FWD or SKIP REV to search the station that you want to receive. ADJUST + 10 Press to move the cursor to “Station”. CLEAR TIME SLIP INPUT SEL.

  • Page 33

    Press to move the cursor to “Skip” and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY press ADJUST (– / +) to set “On/Off”. Unused channels are not displayed when you select a channel with CH button. ENTER On : Skips this channel. Off : Does not skip. ADJUST + 10 CLEAR...

  • Page 34

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) Changing the preset station table You can rearrange the preset TV stations according to your own preferences position number assigned to the station. example: Swapping Position 1 and Position 4. e.g. Manual 1/20 Position Home CH Station Skip...

  • Page 35: 3: Just Clock Setting

    3: Just clock setting While the recorder’s power is off (in the standby mode), the clock is automatically corrected every 30 minutes between 1:30 and 22:30 using the PDC clock data sent from BBC1. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY select “Setup”...

  • Page 36

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) Press to select “Clock set position”, then OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY press ENTER. e.g. ENTER Initial settings Time & date setting Auto Auto Channel setting Input signal AV1 output Video Video AV2 input Clock set position + 10 CLEAR Just clock...

  • Page 37: 4: Input Signal Setting

    4: Input signal setting Make a selection according to the video system of receiving broadcasts or recording sources from the input sockets. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY select “Setup” using , then press ENTER to display the menu.

  • Page 38: 5: Av1 Output Setting

    Basic Setup A: Initial settings (Continued) 5: AV1 output setting Select the video output type corresponding to your TV system. Be sure to make this setting if the recorder is connected to your TV via the AV1(TV) socket using a SCART cable. If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY...

  • Page 39: 6: Av2 Input Setting

    6: AV2 input setting You can connect a satellite receiver or other equipment to the AV2(EXT) socket on the rear panel of this recorder. You need to select the type of video signals of the connected equipment. ( page 18) If the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI and OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY...

  • Page 40: B: Output Sound Setting

    Basic Setup B: Output sound setting Select the output sound setting corresponding to the connected TV or audio system. While displaying the setup menu, press OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY shift the cursor to the icon area. When the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI button and select “Setup”...

  • Page 41

    Press to select the output sound format. Bitstream: Select when connected to an amplifier equipped with a Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG1 and MPEG2 decoder. ( ENTER page 20) COAXIAL Amplifier The recorder outputs digital audio signals in the bitstream format when you play a DVD video disc recorded on the Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG1 and MPEG2 recording system.

  • Page 42: C: Tv Shape Setting

    Basic Setup C: TV shape setting Select the picture shape according to the aspect ratio of your TV. While displaying the setup menu, press OPEN/CLOSE ON/STANDBY shift the cursor to the icon area. When the setup menu is not displayed, press EASY NAVI button and select “Setup”...

  • Page 43

    Press to select the picture shape. 4:3 LB: Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected. ENTER Displays theatrical images with masking bars above and below the picture. 4:3 normal: Select when a standard 4:3 TV is connected. Displays theatrical images cropped to fill your TV screen.

  • Page 44: D: Remote Control Settings

    Basic Setup D: Remote control settings Perform this step according to your preference and usage. Operating a TV with the remote control of this recorder The remote control of this recorder has a function to operate a TV. Preparation: Entering a brand code into the remote control While holding QUICK, press the number buttons to enter a corresponding brand code (see the next page) of your TV.

  • Page 45

    3131 Notes • TOSHIBA code is factory set. • Some brands have several codes. Try one by one until the remote control can operate your TV. • Depending on the TV, the remote control may not operate at all or some of the buttons may not work.

  • Page 46: Operating The Second And Third Toshiba Dvd Video Recorders With The Remote Control Of This Recorder

    Operating the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders with the remote control of this recorder Switches the codes to operate the recorder. If you use the second and third TOSHIBA DVD video recorders, set the different remote codes for each recorder to avoid confusion in the response of the recorders.

  • Page 47

    You can temporarily disable the reception of the remote control signals at the recorder, when the selection of DR 1, DR 2 and DR 3 is not sufficient while you are using several Toshiba DVD video recorders. Press CH buttons on the recorder at the same time for three seconds or more.

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