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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Additonal playback features ..Preparing the remote control for operation ........... Changing to another title/chapter .............. Connecting your DVD recorder to the TV set ........Searching a disc ....................Connecting with a scart cable and 'Easy Link' .......... Still picture .......................

  • Page 2

    Programming a recording (TIMER) ..........General ......................Programming recordings with the ShowView ® System ......Programming recordings without the ShowView ® System ....How to change or delete a programmed recording (TIMER) ..... 'NexTView Link' ..................... Problem solving for programmed recordings ..........

  • Page 3: The Remote Control

    The remote control MONITOR Monitor: This button lets you switch between the TV receiver (internal tuner) in the DVD recorder (TV picture on the TV set) and playback on the DVD recorder. STANDBY m Switch on or off: To switch set on or off, interrupt menu function,...

  • Page 4: Additional Tv Functions

    If this button is pressed during recording, the DVD recorder will also switch to pause. Additional TV functions This will only work with TV sets with the same remote control code *RC5) (e.g. Philips TV sets) TV VOLUME q TV volume: Increase TV volume...

  • Page 5: Front Of The Device

    Front of the device STANDBY/ON m Switch on or off: To switch off or on, interrupt a function, interrupt a programmed recording (TIMER) OPEN/CLOSE J Open/close disc tray: Open/close disc tray RECORD Record: Record the current TV channel Playback: To play a recorded disc Select previous title/search backwards Select next title/search forwards Stop: Interrupt playback/recording...

  • Page 6: Back Of The Unit

    Digital audio output: Connection of a digital audio device (amplifier/receiver) The symbols on your DVD recorder display These symbols can light up on your DVD recorder display: Multi-function display/text line •) Clock •) Disc/title playing time •) OTR switch-off time •) Title name...

  • Page 7: Messages In The Dvd Recorder Display

    READING The following messages may appear in your DVD recorder display IS TV ON? The DVD recorder is in initial installation mode. Switch the TV on, then read the paragraph on 'Initial installation' in 'Installing your DVD recorder'. NO SIGNAL...

  • Page 8

    EMPTYDISC The disc inserted is either new or has been completely erased (no recordings). PROTECTED The disc is protected against recording. MAX TITLE The maximum number of titles per disc has been reached. The maximum number of titles per disc is 48. MAX CHAP The maximum number of chapters per title/disc has been reached.

  • Page 9: Introduction

    Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Phil. I will be guiding you through the instruction manual and helping you get to know your new DVD recorder. At appropriate points along the way, I will be providing you with the following information:...

  • Page 10

    Welcome to the growing family of owners of PHILIPS equipment. Thank you for buying a DVDR 70/001-70/021 . Please take the time to read this operating manual before using your DVD recorder. It contains important information on how to set up and operate the machine.

  • Page 11: Discs You Can Use

    Discs you can use The following discs can be used in your DVD recorder for playback and recording: Playback and recording DVD+RW (Digital Versatile Disc + rewritable) DVD+R (Digital Versatile Disc + Recordable) Playback only: DVD Video (Digital Versatile Disc)

  • Page 12: Regional Code

    DVDs must be marked 'ALL' for all regions or '2' for region 2 to work in this machine. If the DVD is marked with a different region, it cannot be played in this DVD recorder. The number within the globe represents the region.

  • Page 13: Important

    If you disconnect the DVD recorder from the mains, make sure to take the plug out of the wall socket and not just remove the connector from the 4MAINS socket at the back of the unit.

  • Page 14: Cleaning The Discs

    Make sure that no objects or liquids enter the video recorder. Do not place vases or similar on the DVD recorder. If you spill liquid in the recorder, immediately disconnect it from the power supply and call after-sales service for advice.

  • Page 15: Special Functions Of Your Dvd Recorder

    Recordings made on your DVD recorder can be controlled from an external satellite receiver. At the touch of a button your DVD recorder, even though it is switched off, will check which channel is currently playing on your television and record it.

  • Page 16

    This system is currently the most common system and is used in cinemas. With this DVD recorder each soundtrack in 2-channel Dolby Digital is recorded onto a DVD+RW. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

  • Page 17: Connecting The Dvd Recorder

    The necessary cable connections must be made before you can record or playback TV programmes using your DVD recorder. Connect the DVD recorder directly to your TV set. If there is a video recorder in between the picture quality may be poor.

  • Page 18: Connecting With A Scart Cable And 'easy Link

    'Easy Link' Your DVD recorder can exchange information with your TV set using 'Easy Link'. Your TV channels can also be transferred in the same order from your TV set to your DVD recorder using 'Easy Link'. Please see your TV's operating instructions.

  • Page 19

    Switch on the TV set. Insert one end of the supplied mains cable into the mains socket 4MAINS at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the wall socket. A message appears on the screen announcing that the transfer has started.

  • Page 20: Connecting With A Scart Cable Without 'easy Link

    ANTENNA IN socket at the back of the DVD recorder. Insert one end of the supplied aerial cable into the TV OUT socket at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the aerial input socket at the back of the TV set.

  • Page 21: Connecting With An S-video(y/c)cable

    ANTENNA IN socket at the back of the DVD recorder. Insert one end of the supplied aerial cable into the TV OUT socket at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the aerial input socket at the back of the TV set.

  • Page 22: Connecting With Video(cvbs) Cable

    Insert one end of the audio (Cinch) cable into the red/white Cinch socket OUT L AUDIO R at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the audio input socket (usually red/white) on the TV set (usually labelled 'Audio in' or 'AV in'. See TV operating instructions).

  • Page 23

    (usually labelled 'Video in' or 'AV in'. See TV operating instructions). Insert one end of the audio (Cinch) cable into the red/white Cinch socket OUT L AUDIO R at the back of the DVD recorder and the other end into the audio input socket (usually red/white) on the TV set (usually labelled 'Audio in' or 'AV in'.

  • Page 24: Connecting Additional Devices

    You can connect additional devices such as decoders, satellite receivers, camcorders, etc. to the EXT 2 AUX-I/O socket. When playback is started on this additional device the DVD recorder automatically connects the EXT 2 AUX-I/O scart socket with the EXT 1 TO TV-I/O scart socket.

  • Page 25: Connect Camcorder To The Front Sockets

    Very good picture quality If you have a Hi8 or S-VHS(C) camcorder, connect the S-VIDEO input of the DVD recorder to the appropriate S-VHS output on the camcorder. You must also connect the audio input left AUDIO right on the DVD recorder to the audio output on the camcorder.

  • Page 26: Connecting Audio Devices To The Digital Audio Socket

    Connecting audio devices to the digital audio socket At the back of the DVD recorder there is a digital audio output socket DIGITAL AUDIO OUT for an coaxial cable. These can be used to connect the following: •) an A/V receiver or an A/V amplifier with a digital multi channel sound decoder •) a receiver with two channel digital stereo (PCM)

  • Page 27: Installing Your Dvd Recorder

    No aerial connected Even if you only want to use the DVD recorder to play back or have only connected a satellite receiver, you must still complete the initial installation. This is necessary so that the basic settings are stored correctly. Once initial installation is complete you can use the DVD recorder as normal.

  • Page 28

    00 Channels found DVD recorder and to the TV set. b Please have patience. The DVD recorder searches the entire frequency range in order to find Please wait and save the largest possible number of TV channels. b If you have not connected an aerial, go through all the basic settings right...

  • Page 29: Using A Satellite Receiver

    Using a satellite receiver TV channels from a satellite receiver (connected to scart socket EXT 2 AUX-I/O ) are received on the DVD recorder on programme number 'EXT2' If necessary, use the MONITOR button to switch to the internal tuner.

  • Page 30: Allocating A Decoder

    Some TV channels send coded TV signals that can only be viewed properly with a purchased or rented decoder. You can connect such a decoder (descrambler) to your DVD recorder. The following function automatically activates the connected decoder for the TV channel you want to watch.

  • Page 31: Manual Tv Channel Search

    Manual search with EasyLink With 'Easy Link', the DVD recorder will automatically download the TV channels stored on the TV set. This is why some lines have no function. To store new TV channels, they must first be stored on the TV set. The information will then be transferred to the DVD recorder automatically.

  • Page 32: Sorting Tv Channels Automatically (follow Tv)

    This function changes the order of the TV channels stored in your DVD recorder to match the order on the TV set. This only works if the DVD recorder ( EXT 1 TO TV-I/O socket) and the TV set are connected with a scart cable.

  • Page 33

    'WAIT' will appear in the display. The DVD recorder compares the TV channels on the TV set and the DVD recorder. If the DVD recorder finds the same TV channel as on the TV set it stores it at 'P01'.

  • Page 34: Automatic Tv Channel Search

    What does Easy Link do? With Easylink, you can search for and store TV channels only on the TV set. These settings are accepted by the DVD recorder. Use this function to start the transfer of TV channels from the TV set.

  • Page 35: Adding And Clearing Tv Channels Manually

    Press › SYSTEM MENU Using CH- B or CH+ A , shift the TV channel to the desired position and press the D button. The DVD recorder will insert the TV channel. Repeat steps until you have resorted/deleted all the TV channels you want.

  • Page 36: Setting The Language/country

    For bilingual shows you can also select the sound channel of the TV station for recording. You also have the option of setting one of the displayed languages for the on-screen menu (OSD). However, the DVD recorder display will only display English text regardless of this setting.

  • Page 37: Setting The Time And Date

    Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m . SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar Press appears. ' symbol with D or C .

  • Page 38: On Screen Information

    On screen information You can check or change many of the functions and settings of your DVD recorder via the system menu bar. The menu bar cannot be displayed during recording. Symbols in the menu bar Press SYSTEM-MENU to open and close the menu bar (main menu). Use D and C to select the relevant function.

  • Page 39: Field For Temporary Messages

    Camera angle Child lock enabled Resume playback Illegal action Status field The status field shows the current operating mode (status) of the DVD recorder and the type of disc inserted. This display can be disabled. Disc type symbols DVD+RW DVD+R...

  • Page 40: Operating Mode Symbols

    Operating mode symbols Recording Stop Playback Playback Pause Record Pause Search forwards (8x speed) Search backwards (8x speed) Slow motion Tuner information box This field is located in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. The aerial signal, the TV channel and the TV channel name for the selected programme are displayed.

  • Page 41: Playback

    General notes on playback With this DVD recorder you can play back the following systems: •) DVD Video •) (Super)Video CD Disc •) DVD+RW Disc •) DVD+R Disc •) DVD-RW (video mode, finalised) •) DVD-R •) CD-R •) CD-RW •) Audio CD...

  • Page 42: Playing A Dvd Video Disc

    This will appear on the display: title, chapter, elapsed time. To stop playback, press STOP h on the remote control or h on the DVD recorder. To eject the disc, press OPEN/CLOSE J on the front of the DVD recorder.

  • Page 43: Playing A Dvd+rw/ +r Disc

    For more information see the section on 'Selecting the recording type (quality)' in the chapter on 'Manual recording'. Playing an audio CD You can also use the DVD recorder to play audio CDs Insert an audio CD. Playback starts automatically. Audio CD display' If the TV is on, the audio CD screen appears automatically.

  • Page 44: Playing An Mp3 Cd

    Playing an MP3 CD MP3 (MPEG1 Audio Layer-3) files are highly compressed music files. Using this technology the data volume can be compressed by a factor of 10. This means it is possible to record 10 hours of music in CD quality on a single CD-ROM. When creating MP3 CDs please note the following: File system: ISO9660 Directory structure: maximum of 8 levels...

  • Page 45: Playing A (super) Video Cd

    Playing a (Super) Video CD (Super) Video CDs may be equipped with PBC (Play Back Control). This means that special playback functions (menus) can be directly selected. The video CD must be PBC compatible (see CD case). 'PBC' is active in the default settings. Insert a (Super) Video CD.

  • Page 46: Additonal Playback Features

    Additonal playback features Changing to another title/chapter If there is more than one title or chapter on a disc you can change to another title or chapter as follows. However if there are several chapters within a title, these will be selected. The title can then still be selected via the menu bar.

  • Page 47: Still Picture

    Still picture During playback, press PAUSE 9 to stop playback and display a still 2:04 picture. Frame advance via menu bar During a still picture press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar will appear at the top of the screen. ' symbol using C or D and confirm with CH- B .

  • Page 48: Repeat/shuffle Play

    Enter the start time with the digit keys 0..9 from where playback should start. Confirm with OK . a The time entered will flash on the screen b The selected title is shorter than the time entered. Enter a new time or Problem cancel the function by pressing SYSTEM-MENU .

  • Page 49: Scan Feature

    Zoom feature The Zoom feature allows you to enlarge the video image and pan through the enlarged image. During playback, press PAUSE 9 . The DVD recorder switches to 'PAUSE'. You will see a still picture. ' icon using C .

  • Page 50: Select The Audio Language

    Many pre-recorded DVD discs have more than one audio language. The language initially selected for playback will be the one you selected when you first set up the DVD recorder. However you can change the audio language of the inserted disc at any time.

  • Page 51: Manual Recording

    'Finalise disc' function. It is not possible to make further recordings using this disc. If this disc is to be played in a DVD recorder it must not be finalised. Recordings can be added and deleted. The disc space (playback time) from the deleted recording cannot be recovered for further recordings Use the 'Manual recording' function to spontaneously start recording (e.g.

  • Page 52: Recording Without Automatic Switch-off

    If necessary, use the MONITOR button on the remote control to switch to the internal tuner in the DVD recorder. Use CH+ A or CH- B to select the programme number (station name) you want to record. This will appear on the display:...

  • Page 53: Interrupt Recording (pause)

    If you want to play back the recording on a DVD player, you need to finalise the disc in the DVD recorder. You can prepare your DVD for use in a DVD player using the 'Finalising' feature. See 'Finalising DVD+R discs' in 'Managing the disc contents'.

  • Page 54: Recording With Automatic Switch-off (otr One-touch-recording)

    Insert a disc. If necessary, use the MONITOR button on the remote control to switch to the internal tuner in the DVD recorder. Use CH+ A or CH- B to select the programme number (channel name) you want to record.

  • Page 55: Lining Up Recordings Within A Title (assemble Cut)

    The entire disc is now protected. If an attempt is made to record on a protected disc, 'DISC LOCK' will appear on the display and 'Disc locked' will appear on the screen. Lining up recordings within a title (assemble cut) On a recorded DVD+RW disc you can add another recording to an existing title.

  • Page 56: Selecting The Recording Type (quality)

    ( MONITOR button). During playback, the correct picture quality will automatically be selected. Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Select the record mode with the button REC MODE on the remote control.

  • Page 57: Automatic Recording From A Satellite Receiver (sat Recording)

    Switch off the DVD recorder using STANDBY m . 'SAT' also appears in the display to indicate that the function is active. The DVD recorder is now ready to record. The start and end of the recording is controlled via scart cable EXT 2 AUX-I/O .

  • Page 58: Direct Record

    Direct Record Can you record the right TV channel in seconds when the DVD recorder is switched off? No problem. If recording is started manually, the switched off DVD recorder takes the current TV channel from the TV set via the scart cable.

  • Page 59: Switching 'direct Record' On Or Off

    Switching 'Direct Record' on or off Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Press SYSTEM-MENU on the remote control. The menu bar appears. ' symbol with D or C . Select ' Select 'Record settings' using CH- B or CH+ A and confirm with Select 'Direct Record' using CH- B or CH+ A .

  • Page 60: Managing The Disc Contents

    Managing the disc contents General Charly 1 00:29:59 • M1 Fri15/02/2003 When a recording is made to disc, the following additional information is also stored at the beginning of the recording: Empty title 01:30:01 •) Name of the recording If the TV station does not transmit a name, only the channel number and time will be stored as the name •) Length of the recording •) Record type (Quality)

  • Page 61: Favorite Scene Selection

    Favorite Scene Selection In this menu you can adapt a title to suit your particular needs. You can insert/delete chapter markers, hide chapters, select a new index, or split up a title. Press FSS & on the remote control during recording to open this menu. Insert chapter markers During recording, you can set or delete chapter markers within a title.

  • Page 62: Deleting Chapter Markers

    Using C select 'hidden'. The picture is shown darker. Switching quickly You can switch between show chapters ('visible') and hide chapters ('hidden') quickly and easily using SELECT . To end, press FSS & . During playback this chapter will be skipped. with C .

  • Page 63: Changing The Index Picture

    New index picture Divide title Press FSS to exit Once the revision has been completed successfully the DVD recorder reverts to the index overview. Splitting titles You can split a title into several sections (titles) of any size. Each of these sections (titles) is identified by its own index.

  • Page 64: Editing Recording Titles (name)

    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 only the programme number (programme name) and the time are stored as the name of the recording. The name of the recording can only be changed after the recording has been completed.

  • Page 65: Deleting Recordings/titles

    Deleting recordings/titles You can delete specific recordings from a disc. To do this, proceed as follows: Press the STOP h button or during playback press DISC-MENU . Using CH+ A or CH- B select the title you want to delete and confirm with C .

  • Page 66: Changing The Disc Name

    Changing the disc name In the 'Disc info display' press C . The 'Settings for' menu appears on the TV screen. Select 'Disc name' using CH+ A or CH- B and confirm with C . Settings for Philips1 Using C or D select the position where the letter/number/icon is to Disc name Philips1 be changed/re-entered.

  • Page 67: Finalising Dvd+r Discs

    Finalising DVD+R discs This feature is required to play back a DVD+R disc in a DVD player. Once the disc has been finalised no further recordings or changes can be made. In the 'Disc info display' press C . The 'Settings for' menu appears on the TV screen.

  • Page 68: Programming A Recording (timer)

    The DVD recorder will switch to the right programme number and begin recording at the correct time. With this DVD recorder, you can pre-programme up to six recordings within a period of one month. To make a programmed recording, your DVD recorder needs to know:...

  • Page 69: Programming Recordings With The Showview System

    ® System Thanks to this programming system, you no longer need to tediously enter the date, programme number, start and end times. All the information needed by the DVD recorder for programming is contained in the ShowView ® programming number. This 9-digit ShowView ®...

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    Insert a recordable disc (one without write protection). The disk you have inserted will be checked. Switch the DVD recorder off with STANDBY m . The programmed recording will only function properly if the DVD recorder has been switched off using the STANDBY m button.

  • Page 71: Programming Recordings Without The Showview System

    ® System Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Press TIMER on the remote control. The programming method selected last is marked. Select line 'Timer programming' with CH- B or CH+ A . and Timer confirm with the C button.

  • Page 72: How To Change Or Delete A Programmed Recording (timer)

    Switch off with STANDBY m . 'NexTView Link' This DVD recorder is equipped with the 'NexTView Link' feature. If your television is also equipped with this function, you can mark TV programmes on the television for programming. These TV programmes will automatically be transmitted to a TIMER block on the DVD recorder.

  • Page 73: Problem Solving For Programmed Recordings

    If you want to cancel the programmed recording, press STANDBY m . not responding 'Switch off, timer The DVD recorder was switched on several minutes before the start of a programmed recording. recording' flashes on Switch off the DVD recorder using STANDBY m . A programmed recording (timer) will only function if the DVD recorder is switched off ( STANDBY m button).

  • Page 74: User Preferences

    User preferences In this section you will learn how to set your user preferences on the DVD recorder. The symbols have the following meanings: Picture setting Sound setting Language setting Additional settings Remote control settings Disc settings Recording settings Installation Switch on the TV set.

  • Page 75: Sound Settings

    'Vertical video shift' Use this feature to adjust the position of the picture on your TV left or right using D , C to suit your TV set. 'SCART video' By default the recorder is set to 'RGB'. Select 'S-Video' if you want to connect an S-VHS recorder.

  • Page 76: Language Settings

    Language settings You can choose the following settings in this menu: 'Audio Language' Playback audio language Language Audio Language English Recording audio Language 1 'Recording audio' Subtitle English Menu English Audio recording Country Other 'Subtitle' Subtitle language 'Menu' Screen menu language 'Country' 'Country' Additional settings...

  • Page 77: Remote Control Settings

    'Off': If the DVD-Recorder is switched off (button STANDBY m ), the clock display is visible. 'Demo mode': If the DVD recorder is switched off with the STANDBY m button, a list of the most important features is shown in the display.

  • Page 78: Disk Feature Menu

    This feature allows you to finalise DVD+R discs. If the disc has already been finalised this line will appear darker. 'Adapt disc format' If a DVD+RW has been recorded in a computer drive or in another DVD recorder the index screen may not be displayed correctly. This feature allows you to change the format of the disc.

  • Page 79: Access Control (child Lock)

    Activating/deactivating child lock Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m . Press SYSTEM-MENU . The menu bar appears ' icon using D or C .

  • Page 80: Authorising A Disc

    The appropriate scenes have filter values that reach from 1-8. If such a scene is detected during playback, the filter value set on the DVD recorder is compared to the scene. If the filter value is higher than the setting, an alternative scene will be played (if available).

  • Page 81: Activating/deactivating Parental Level Control

    Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m . Press SYSTEM-MENU . The menu bar appears ' icon using D or C . Select the '...

  • Page 82: Changing The Country

    Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m . Press SYSTEM-MENU . The menu bar appears ' icon using D or C .

  • Page 83: Changing The Pin Code

    Changing the PIN code Switch on the TV set. If required, select the programme number for the DVD recorder. Switch on the DVD recorder using STANDBY/ON m . Press SYSTEM-MENU . The menu bar appears ' icon using D or C .

  • Page 84: Before You Call An Engineer

    Before you call an engineer If you have any problems using this DVD recorder, the reason may be one of the following. You can also call the customer service centre in your country. The telephone numbers can be found on the back of this instruction manual.

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    Wrong region code: The region code of the DVD and the DVD recorder must match. Parental control is on: Read chapter 'Access control (child lock)' You have selected the wrong programme number for the DVD recorder on the TV: on the TV, select the correct programme number for the DVD recorder.

  • Page 86: Number Buttons

    PROBLEM SOLUTION Distorted sound coming from a The DVD recorder is connected to the 'Phono-input' of your amplifier: This socket is provided only for record players without a preamplifier. Select a different audio input. connected hi fi amplifier The picture is The TV system of the disc does not match that of your TV set (PAL/NTSC).

  • Page 88

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