Toshiba D-VR4SU D-VR4XSU Manual

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Introduction 2 Various settings DIGITAL VIDEO 23 Disc playback 31 Hi-Fi VCR & DVD VIDEO RECORDER Tape playback 46 D-VR4XSU Recording 50 OWNER’S MANUAL Editing the disc 60 Dubbing 79 Additional information 82 ©2005 Toshiba Corporation This device does not tape-record copy protected DVD Video Discs. 2H5-01 Cover 1 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

Introduction SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within an CAUTION equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user to the RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN presence of uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC constitute a risk of electric shock to persons. SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO intended to alert the user to the presence of important QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS POLARIZED PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE. FCC NOTICE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be deter- mined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interfer- ence by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the partly responsible for compliance with the FCC Rules could void the user's authority to operate this equipment. CAUTION: THIS DIGITAL VIDEO PLAYER EMPLOYS A LASER SYSTEM. TO ENSURE PROPER USE OF THIS PRODUCT, PLEASE READ THIS USER'S GUIDE CARE- FULLY AND RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. SHOULD THE UNIT REQUIRE MAINTE- NANCE, CONTACT AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE LOCATION. USE OF CONTROLS, ADJUSTMENTS OR THE PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE. TO PREVENT DIRECT EXPOSURE TO LASER BEAM, DO NOT TRY TO OPEN THE ENCLO- SURE. VISIBLE LASER RADIATION MAY BE PRESENT WHEN THE ENCLOSURE IS OPENED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. Location of the required Marking The rating sheet and the safety caution are on the rear of the unit. CERTIFICATION: COMPLIES WITH FDA RADIATION PERFORMANCE STANDARDS, 21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J. 2 2H5-01 P02-07 2 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 1. READ INSTRUCTIONS All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the unit is operated. 2. RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS Introduction The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. HEED WARNINGS All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS All operating and use instructions should be followed. 5. CLEANING Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a soft dry cloth for cleaning the exterior cabinet only. 6. ATTACHMENTS The manufacturer of this unit does not make any recommendations for attachments, as they may cause hazards. 7. WATER AND MOISTURE Do not use this unit near water. For example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool. PORTABLE CART WARNING 8. ACCESSORIES (symbol provided by RETAC) Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing serious injury, and serious damage to the unit. 8A. An appliance and cart combination should be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn. 9. VENTILATION Slots and openings in the cabinet back or bottom are provided for ventilation, S3125A to ensure reliable operation of the unit, and to protect it from overheating. These openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the unit on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This unit should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat source. This unit should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided and/or the manufacturer’s instructions have been adhered to. 10. POWER SOURCE This unit should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the rating plate. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. 11. GROUNDING OR POLARIZATION This unit is equipped with a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug. 12. POWER-CORD PROTECTION Power-supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the appliance. 3 2H5-01 P02-07 3 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

Introduction IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 13. LIGHTNING To protect your unit from a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the unit due to lightning and power line surges. 14. POWER LINES An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or where it can fall onto or against such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such power lines or circuits, as contact with them might be fatal. 15. OVERLOADING Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock. 16. OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY Do not push objects through any openings in this unit, as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out parts that could result in fire or electric shock. Never spill or spray any type of liquid into the unit. 17. OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING If an outside antenna or cable system is connected to the unit, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static charges, Section 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information with respect to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antenna discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING AS PER THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ANTENNA LEAD IN WIRE GROUND CLAMP ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT (NEC SECTION 810-20) ELECTRIC SERVICE EQUIPMENT GROUNDING CONDUCTORS (NEC SECTION 810-21) GROUND CLAMPS POWER SERVICE GROUNDING NEC-NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ELECTRODE SYSTEM S2898A (NEC ART 250, PART H) 18. SERVICING Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. For example: a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged. b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the unit. c. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water. d. If the unit does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions, as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the unit to its normal operation. e. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. f . When the unit exhibits a distinct change in performance, this indicates a need for service. 4 2H5-01 P02-07 4 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS 19. REPLACEMENT PARTS When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician uses replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or those that have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards. Introduction 20. SAFETY CHECK Upon completion of any service or repairs to this unit, ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the unit is in proper operating condition. 21. HEAT The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 22. DISC TRAY Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is closing. It may cause serious personal injury. 23. CONNECTING When you connect the product to other equipment, turn off the power and unplug all of the equipment from the wall outlet. Failure to do so may cause a product damage. Read the owner's manual of the other equip- ment carefully and follow the instructions when making any connections. 24. LASER BEAM Do not look into the opening of the disc tray or ventilation opening of the product to see the source of the laser beam. It may cause sight damage. 25. DISC Do not use a cracked, deformed, or repaired disc. These discs are easily broken and may cause serious personal injury and product malfunction. 26. NOTE TO CABLE TV SYSTEM INSTALLER This reminder is provided to call the Cable TV system installer’s attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC that provides guidelines for proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be con- nected to the grounding system of the building, as close to the point of cable entry as practical. CONDENSATION Moisture will form in the operating section of the DVD/VCR if the unit is brought from cool surroundings into a warm room or if the temperature of the room rises suddenly. When this happens, the DVD/VCR’s performance will be impaired. To prevent this, let the DVD/VCR stand in its new surroundings for about an hour before switching it on, or make sure that the room temperature rises gradually. Condensation may also form during the summer if the DVD/VCR is exposed to the breeze from an air conditioner. In such cases, change the location of the DVD/VCR. * This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other intel- lectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision, and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision. Re- verse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. Consumers should note that not all high definition television sets are fully compatible with this product and may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of 525 progressive scan picture problems, it is recommended that the user switch the connection to the “STANDARD DEFINITION” output. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 525p DVD player, please contact our customer service center. * Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. * “DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. * The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. * Windows Media and the Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corpo- ration in the United States and/or other countries. 5 2H5-01 P02-07 5 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

Introduction Contents Introduction • Setting the Language ...................................... 28 •• SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................... 2 IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS .............................. 3 OSD Language ................................................ 28 DVD Menu ....................................................... 28 •• Contents ............................................................. 6 Audio ................................................................ 28 Subtitle ............................................................. 28 • Features .............................................................. 8 Disc ..................................................................... 9 Handling discs ................................................... 9 • Setting the Record ........................................... 29 Auto Chapter .................................................... 29 Black Level (REC) ........................................... 29 DVD-RAM discs with cartridges are recommended for recording ............................... 9 Discs which can be played back ........................ 9 • Setting the Disc ................................................ 29 Initialize ............................................................ 29 Finalize ............................................................ 30 Discs on which video can be recorded ............ 10 Protect Disc ..................................................... 30 DVD-RAM ........................................................ 10 DVD-RAM Physical Format ............................. 30 DVD-RW .......................................................... 10 DVD-R .............................................................. 10 Recording format ............................................. 10 Disc playback Disc playback in other players ......................... 11 On Video CDs .................................................. 11 •• Playback procedure ......................................... 31 Playback by selecting a title ........................... 32 • Parts and functions ......................................... 12 Front ................................................................ 12 Rear ................................................................. 12 •• Checking media information ........................... 33 Special playback .............................................. 34 Fast forward playback ...................................... 34 Display window ................................................ 13 Review playback .............................................. 34 Remote control ................................................ 14 Still playback .................................................... 34 Power Source .................................................. 15 •• Antenna connections ...................................... 16 Cable TV connections ...................................... 18 Frame advance ................................................ 34 Slow motion playback ...................................... 34 • Connections with the TV or audio component ........................................................ 20 •• Locating a chapter or track .............................. 34 Instant skip ....................................................... 35 •• Auto clock setting ............................................ 22 Setting the video channel ............................... 22 • Locating a specific scene ............................... 35 Repeat playback............................................... 36 Instant replay ................................................... 36 Various settings A-B repeat playback ......................................... 36 • Setup Menu ....................................................... 23 Using the Setup Menu ..................................... 23 •• Title/Chapter repeat playback .......................... 36 Title selection ................................................... 37 • General Settings .............................................. 24 Parental / Password ......................................... 24 •• DVD menu ......................................................... 37 Changing angles .............................................. 38 Zooming ............................................................ 38 TV/Cable Select ............................................... 25 Auto CH Memory ............................................. 25 •• Changing soundtrack language ..................... 39 Subtitles ............................................................ 39 CH Add/Delete (channels) ............................... 25 Clock ................................................................ 25 •• To turn off the PBC (VIDEO CD Version 2.0) .. 39 • Setting the Video .............................................. 26 TV Screen ........................................................ 26 •• Various operations with CD Playback ............ 40 MP3/WMA/JPEG playback ............................... 42 Progressive scan ............................................. 45 Display (Turning the screen display “On” or “Off”) .................................................... 26 Line1 Input/Line2 Input .................................... 27 E.B.L ................................................................ 27 • Setting the Audio ............................................. 27 Dolby Digital Output ......................................... 27 DRC ................................................................. 27 Surround .......................................................... 27 SAP (Second Audio Program) ......................... 27 6 2H5-01 P02-07 6 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

Contents Tape playback • Editing an original title .................................... 70 •• Loading and unloading a cassette tape ......... 46 Cassette tape playback ................................... 47 Changing an original title name ....................... 70 Adding a chapter mark ..................................... 71 • Special playback .............................................. 48 Erasing an unnecessary scene ........................ 72 Combining chapters ......................................... 73 Introduction Picture search .................................................. 48 Erasing a chapter ............................................. 74 Still picture ....................................................... 48 Erasing an original title .................................... 75 Slow motion ..................................................... 48 Set Index Picture ............................................. 76 Frame by frame picture .................................... 48 Adjusting tracking condition ............................. 48 Repeat playback .............................................. 48 • Changing a disc name ..................................... 77 Changing a disc name ..................................... 77 Using the keyboard screen .............................. 78 Instant skip ....................................................... 48 To display VCR operation status ...................... 48 Dubbing •• ZERO RETURN function .................................. 49 Video index search system ............................. 49 •• Dubbing a tape onto a disc ............................. 79 Dubbing a disc onto a tape ............................. 80 Recording • Dubbing using other equipment ..................... 81 • Read this before recording on disc ................ 50 Types of disc .................................................... 50 Additional information Recording modes ............................................. 50 Disc remaining time ......................................... 50 •• Glossary ........................................................... 82 Language code list .......................................... 84 •• Images that cannot be recorded ...................... 51 Recording a TV program ................................. 52 •• Problems and troubleshooting ....................... 85 Video head cleaning ........................................ 86 •• One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) ................ 54 Timer recording ................................................ 55 •• Error/Warning message list ............................ 87 Specifications................................................... 88 • Chase playback ................................................ 58 Stereo recording and playback ...................... 59 • Limited Warranty .............................................. 89 Editing the disc •• Editing the disc ................................................ 60 Editing a playlist .............................................. 61 Creating a playlist ............................................ 61 Changing a title name ...................................... 62 Adding a chapter mark ..................................... 63 Erasing an unnecessary scene ........................ 64 Combining chapters ......................................... 65 Erasing a chapter ............................................. 66 Combining the titles ......................................... 67 Erasing a playlist .............................................. 68 Set Index Picture ............................................. 69 Media mark Each applicable media are indicated using the symbol shown below. : DVD-Video : DVD-R : DVD-RW in VR mode : Audio/Video CD and CD-R/CD-RW : DVD-RW in Video mode : Video tape : DVD-RAM 7 2H5-01 P02-07 7 7/23/05, 1:20 PM

Introduction Features Recording function Not only you can playback and record video tapes, but Timer recording you can also playback DVD discs or make recordings using DVD-RAM, DVD-RW or DVD-R discs with this unit. In addition, you can enjoy editing the programs you The timer recording system allows you to select the record. date, time and channel and record the desired pro- grams. Up to 12 timer programs within a month can be Playback function stored in this unit. A realistic, powerful, Movie Theater sound One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) When connected to Dolby Digital and DTS compliant The One-touch Timer Recording feature provides a devices, you can enjoy realistic, powerful surround simple and convenient way to make a timed recording. sound. Edit function Playback the scene you want to see immediately Editing recorded material without changing the original titles As DVD’s do not require rewinding like video tapes, you can get to the scene you wish to watch immediately. A variety of search functions allow you to find the scene You can create a playlist based on the original titles. you wish to watch. The playlist won’t affect the original titles. If you erase the playlist, the original titles remain. It is recommended Title menu to create and edit the playlist to prevent important titles from being erased accidentally. As thumbnail images are displayed in the title menu, Chapter mark you can find the title you want to play back quickly. Video CD/SVCD/MP3/WMA/JPEG playback You can add (or delete) a chapter mark to (from) the original title. This function is useful when searching for the scene you wish to watch that you have marked with Video CD/SVCD/MP3/WMA files can be played back. the Chapter mark function. You can also display JPEG files on the TV screen and enjoy them as a slide show. Erasing scenes Progressive scan You can erase an unnecessary scene from the created playlist or the original titles. This unit supports the progressive scanning system. If your TV is equipped with component video input jacks Combining titles which support the progressive video input, you can enjoy a high quality picture. You can combine several original titles or playlists to a separate playlist. Chase playback Dubbing function You can start playback from the beginning of a program currently being recorded. You will find this function of Dubbing a video tape onto a disc or a disc great advantage on long programs, as you do not have onto a video tape to wait for the end of recording to start playback. With this unit, you can dub whatever you like, from video tape to disc or from disc to video tape. • Dubbing cannot be carried out when attempting to copy a “copy guarded” video tape or disc. 8 2H5-01 P08-11 8 7/23/05, 1:21 PM

Disc Media type Logo mark Handling discs DVD-Video Removing the disc from its case Be sure to hold the disc by its edges. DVD-RAM Ver.2.0 Ver.2.1 Do not touch the surface of the disc. Take the disc carefully from its case. DVD-RW Ver.1.0 Ver.1.1 Ver.1.2 • Do not scratch the disc. Ver.1.1CPRM support Introduction • Do not get dirt on the surface of the disc. DVD-R Ver.2.0(Ver.2.0/4x/8x) • Do not stick labels or adhesive tapes on the disc. • Do not drop or bend the disc. Audio CD* Storing discs Video CD • Store the disc in the case to avoid any risk of scratches, dirt or damage. SVCD DIGITAL VIDEO • Do not leave the disc exposed to direct sunlight or in CD-R/CD-RW l hot or humid places. Cleaning discs * This unit is designed to playback music Compact Discs (CD) that Wipe the disc with a clean, dry cloth from the center conform to the CD standard. CDs that contain (copy-restriction) sig- outward toward the edges. nals to protect copyrights cannot be played back. • Do not wipe the disc in a circular motion around the center. Because of problems and errors that can occur during • Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. the creation of DVD and CD software and/or the manu- facture of DVD and CD discs, Toshiba cannot guaran- tee that DVD/VCR will play every feature of every DVD bearing the DVD logo and/or every CD bearing the CD logo. As one of the creators of DVD technology, Toshiba DVD players are manufactured using the highest stan- dards of quality, and as a result, such incompatibilities are rare. If you happen to experience any difficulty play- DVD-RAM discs with cartridges are ing a DVD or a CD on DVD/VCR, please feel free to recommended for recording. contact us via the method listed in the "How to Obtain • Two types of DVD-RAM discs are available: ones with Warranty Services" section on page 90. cartridges and ones without cartridges. You can use either of them with this recorder, but the former ones are recommended. Region management information • In order to record highly detailed data, make sure the This unit is designed and manufactured to support the disc is clean. DVD-RAM discs with cartridges are region management information that is recorded on a easier to handle in this regard. DVD disc. If the region number written on the DVD disc • Do not open the cartridge shutter. The does not correspond to the region number of this unit, disc may not play, or may not be recorded this unit cannot play that disc. or edited once it becomes dirty. • The region number of this unit is “1”. • There are two types of DVD-RAM car- • The unit will play DVD-Video discs marked with la- tridges: removable (TYPE 2/4) and non- bels containing “1” or “ALL”. removable (TYPE 1). It is recommended not to remove the disc even when you can. Example: 1 Refer to the instruction manual that comes with the disc if it is absolutely necessary to remove the disc. Operating DVD-Video • Some commercially available cartridge discs cannot • Some operations of DVD-Video may be prohibited be recorded or edited once the inside discs are by the manufacturer, or some operation methods or removed. functions of the DVD-Video may be different from the • To protect recorded contents description in this manual. Slide the write-protect tab to “PRO- • If you attempt an operation that is prohibited by ei- TECT” with something small enough. ther the disc or the unit, a “ ” mark will appear on The disc can play, but cannot be the TV monitor. For operations prohibited by the disc, edited or erased. Refer to the instruc- see the information that come with the disc. tions that come with the disc. PROTECT • When the menu screen or the operation guide ap- Notes on copyright pears during disc playback, follow the displayed in- The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or formation. revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs Discs which cannot be played back and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright The discs listed below cannot be played back in gen- Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. eral. Even if one of these can be played back, it may not be played back correctly. If a disc is played back by Discs which can be played back mistake, extensively loud sounds may blow the speak- For this unit, use only discs that meet the standard, such ers or may damage the hearing of those in hearing as those bearing the right above logo marks on the disc range. Do not playback the discs listed below. label surface. If you use a non-standard disc, we cannot CDG, Photo-CD, CD-ROM, CD-TEXT, CD-EXTRA, guarantee playback. Even if such a disc can be played SACD, PD, CDV, DVD-ROM, DVD+R/RW, DVD back, we cannot guarantee the image or sound quality. audio, etc. The DVD logo is a registered trademark. 9 2H5-01 P08-11 9 7/23/05, 1:21 PM

Introduction Disc The below DVD-Video may not be played back. DVD-R • DVD-Video that do not have the region number “1” or • You can record on the disc only in the Video mode. “ALL”. • You can record until the disc becomes full. • PAL or SECAM DVD-Video. • Finalizing the discs allows playback on other DVD • Prohibited or business-use DVD-Video. players. However, the finalized discs can no longer CD-R/CD-RWs cannot be played back for the follow- be recorded. ing reasons. • Discs can be recorded repeatedly until they are final- • Compatibility of the disc and this unit. ized. • Compatibility of the disc and the recorder used. • Only titles that were recorded under video mode can • Unfinalized discs. be played. However, titles recorded onto a CPRM Do not playback the following discs. Playback of compatible disc in the VR mode cannot be played. these discs may cause a failure. NOTES: • Discs on which paper, labels or stickers are affixed. • There are some players that cannot playback discs • Discs that have sticky areas left by adhesive tape. that were recorded with this unit. We cannot guaran- • Special-shaped discs. tee the playback with other units. Discs on which video can be recorded • This unit cannot record on DVD-RAM/RW/R discs that To record video with this unit, use the discs below: are 8 cm in diameter. • This unit cannot record on CD-RW/R. Media type Logo mark Recording format DVD-RAM Ver.2.0 Ver.2.1 This unit has two modes for formatting discs for record- ing: VR mode and Video mode. When a blank new disc is loaded into this unit, the au- DVD-RW Ver.1.0 Ver.1.1 Ver.1.2 tomatic format function starts to format the disc. (For Ver.1.1CPRM support the disc format setting in this step, see page 29.) VR mode DVD-R Ver.2.0 (Ver.2.0/4x/8x) • This mode can be used for DVD-RAM/-RW. • In this mode, the discs can be recorded and edited DVD-RAM repeatedly. • Use only DVD-RAM discs that comply with DVD- • The disc recorded in this mode can be played back RAM standard Version 2.0 or 2.1. with other DVD-RW-compatible players. The recorder cannot record on a disc formatted in • When a Ver.1.1 CPRM or Ver. 1.2 disc is used, you any other standard. When using such a disc, initial- can record a “Copy Once” program (see page 51). ize it by using the disc-format function of this recorder. Video mode • The recorder may not record, dub, or edit some DVD- • This mode can be used for DVD-R and DVD-RW RAM discs because they are edited/recorded with (Ver.1.1/1.2). another manufacture’s equipment or PC, contain a • When you finalize the disc after recording, the disc large number of titles, or have little remaining capac- recorded with this unit can be played back with other ity. Also, a DVD-RAM disc may not be edited or re- DVD players. corded if its title contains still pictures. • Recording, editing or playback of an unfinalized disc • When you load a DVD-RAM disc for PC, “INCOR- can be done only with this unit. However, there are RECT DISC”may appear on screen. In this case, some limitation to editing operations. please format the disc to use with this recorder. • In this mode, you cannot record a “Copy Once” pro- • When you load a DVD-RAM disc for PC, “INCORECT gram (see page 51). DISC” may appear on screen. In this case, please • When you record a TV program of a bilingual broad- format the disc to use with this recorder. cast, only one of the audio modes can be recorded. • DVD-RAM discs formatted in UDF2.0 on a PC may You have to select it. be incompatible with this recorder. Before using these discs, initialize them on this recorder. Format modes that can be used with each disc • This recorder complies with current copyright The usable format depends on the media type as shown protection technology and can copy a disc only when in the below table. the disc permits copying once. When there is no indication on the disc, copying will not be allowed. Such an indication on a disc is required also for the Media type Format Available functions Library Management database. DVD-RAM VR mode Playback, recording and DVD-RW (Ver.2.0/2.1) editing (Original/playlist) • The disc can be erased and used again about 1,000 VR mode Playback, recording and times. DVD-RW • Only the VR mode can be used for Ver.1.0 discs. (Ver.1.0) editing (Original/playlist) • With Ver.1.1/1.2 discs, you can record by selecting DVD-RW the VR mode or Video mode. VR mode Playback, recording and • When you record in the VR mode, you can record (Ver.1.1 and editing (Original/playlist) and erase repeatedly. By erasing unnecessary titles, 1.2) you effectively increase remaining time. Video mode Playback and recording • When you record in the Video mode, you can record Editing (with limitation) until the disc becomes full. • When you use the Video mode, you can newly record DVD-R VR mode Playback (with limitation) on the disc by formatting the disc. However, if the (Ver.2.0/4x/8x) Video mode disc is formatted, all the recorded contents will be Playback and recording erased. Editing (with limitation) 10 2H5-01 P08-11 10 7/23/05, 1:21 PM

Disc Title/Chapter/Track When recording in the Video mode A DVD-Video has large partitions called “Titles”, and When a disc recorded in the Video mode is finalized, it smaller partitions within them called “Chapters”. cannot be recorded onto any mode. Therefore, before A music CD has other partitions called “Tracks”. A num- finalization, be sure to perform all desired recording. ber is allotted to each partition and these numbers are After finalization, a title list that can be used by the DVD Introduction called “title numbers”, “chapter numbers” or “track num- player is automatically created. bers”. DVD DISC NOTES: • The finalization process may require from a few min- TITLE1 TITLE2 utes up to 1 hour depending on the disc type and the CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 1 CHAPTER 2 CHAPTER 3 amount of free space on the disc. • A DVD-RW Ver.1.1/1.2 recorded in the Video mode cannot be recorded or edited after finalization. But if you format the disc by erasing all the content, you can record on this disc again. Audio-CD • A finalized disc may not play because of the condi- tion of the DVD or the compatibility with the player TRACK 1 TRACK 2 TRACK 3 TRACK 4 TRACK 5 used for playback. • Some players may not playback the discs recorded with this unit. We cannot guarantee the playback us- ing other players. When recording in the VR mode One-time recording is set to 1 title (1 chapter). How- On Video CDs This DVD supports Video CDs equipped with the ever, if you stop recording temporarily or erase scenes PBC (Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the abbreviation by editing, the chapter will automatically be partitioned. of Playback Control.) You can enjoy two playback The interval between chapters can be specified. (See variations depending on types of discs. page 29.) • Video CD not equipped with PBC function When recording in the Video mode (Version 1.1) One-time recording is set to 1 title. In recording, chap- Sound and movie can be played on this DVD in the ters are set automatically. The interval between chap- same way as an audio CD. ters can be specified. (See page 29.) • Video CD equipped with PBC function (Version 2.0) NOTES: In addition to operation of a Video CD not equipped • The title, chapter and track are numbered, but some with the PBC function, you can enjoy playback of discs may not record the numbers. interactive software with search function by using • Recording on DVD-R/RW in the Video mode is a new the menu displayed on the TV screen (Menu standard approved at the 2000 DVD forum. Confor- Playback). Some of the functions described in this mity to this standard varies with each DVD player owner’s manual may not work with some discs. manufacturer. Some models of DVD player or DVD- ROM drive, therefore, will not playback recorded vid- eos. • Toshiba is not liable for any damage or loss caused directly or indirectly by the malfunction of this DVD/ VCR, including, without limitation, any one of the Disc playback in other players following: DVD-RW/R recorded in this unit can be finalized. The • Failure to record contents intended to be recorded disc can be played back in other players that can by the consumer. playback DVD-RW and DVD-R. • Failure to edit contents as intended by the consumer. For more information on finalization, see “Finalize” in • When a DVD-RAM disc or a DVD-R disc created on “Setting the Disc” (page 30). this recorder is used (e.g., insertion, playback, recording or editing) in another DVD player, recorder When recording in the VR mode or personal computer drive. Even if a DVD-RW disc recorded in the VR mode is • When a DVD-RAM disc or a DVD-R disc that is used finalized, you can record or edit by cancelling the in the manner described in the immediately finalization. (See “Finalize” on page 30.) preceding bullet point is used again in this recorder. When you playback the disc with another player, make • When a DVD-RAM disc or a DVD-R disc that was sure that the DVD player supports DVD-RW. recorded in another DVD recorder, or in a personal computer drive is used in this recorder. • Discs recorded in this recorder may not operate as expected on other DVD players, recorders or personal computer drives. 11 2H5-01 P08-11 11 7/23/05, 1:21 PM

Introduction Parts and functions Front * This unit has a door on the front panel. Please open it to access the S-VIDEO jack and the AUDIO (L/R)/VIDEO IN (INPUT 2) jacks. Display window REW (Rewind) button CHANNEL / buttons PLAY button F.FWD (Fast Forward) Cassette loading slot button STOP button POWER button REC/OTR button Disc tray VCR button/ DVD button/ OPEN/CLOSE button S-VIDEO IN VCR indicator DVD indicator (INPUT 2) jack DUBBING button AUDIO (L/R) IN (INPUT 2)jacks VIDEO IN (INPUT 2) jack EJECT button Remote sensor Rear COMPONENT RF OUT jack OUT jacks (DVD Priority) RF IN jack COAXIAL DIGITAL AC power cord AUDIO OUT jack S-VIDEO (DVD Priority) IN (INPUT 1) jack S-VIDEO OUT jack AUDIO (L/R)/VIDEO OPTICAL DIGITAL (DVD Priority) IN (INPUT 1) jacks AUDIO OUT jack (DVD Priority) AUDIO (L/R) AUDIO (L/R)/VIDEO OUT jacks OUT jacks (DVD/VCR common) (DVD Priority) 12 2H5-01 P12-21 12 7/25/05, 23:18

Parts and functions Display window 2 4 Introduction P 1 3 No. Display Description 1 Lights during video tape playback. Video tape is temporarily stopped. Lights during video tape recording. P Progressive scanning mode. Timer recording display. XP/SP/LP/SLP 4 DVD recording modes. XP, SP, LP or SLP can be selected in turn by pressing the REC MODE/SPEED repeatedly. SP/SLP 2 VCR recording modes. SP or SLP can be selected in turn by pressing the REC MODE/SPEED repeatedly. 2 CD Appears when a CD is inserted. DVD Appears when a DVD-Video is inserted. DVD-R Appears when a DVD-R is inserted. DVD-RW Appears when a DVD-RW is inserted. RAM Appears when a DVD-RAM is inserted. VR Appears when a DVD-RW in VR mode is inserted. When the disc is set to video mode, VR does not appear. Video tape is in the unit. 3 10:00 Clock display (Colon [ : ] flashes). 01H00M00S Counter display in hour/minute/second for VCR/DVD, minute/second for CD. C 36CH Cable TV channel display. 2CH TV channel display. TRK 002 Track number display for CD. TV Appears when the tuner built into this unit is not selected. When you press TV/VIDEO disappears. PM Display for afternoon (out in the morning). L1/L2 The external input channel (L1 or L2) display. Err Error display. 4 Lights during playback of DVD and CD. Flashes in auto resume. DVD or CD is temporarily stopped. Lights during DVD recording. NOTE: Some discs may not playback correctly, or chapter number, playback time, etc may not be displayed. 13 2H5-01 P12-21 13 7/25/05, 23:18

Introduction Parts and functions Page Remote control OPEN/CLOSE Opens or Closes the tray 31 EJECT Ejects the cassette tape 46 PROGRESSIVE Activates the progressive scanning mode 45 TV/VIDEO Select to operate TV/VIDEO 22, 53 ON/STANDBY Turns power on/off 22 0-9 Direct channel selection of TV 52 Setting input 35 Entering a password 24 INSTANT REPLAY Repeats playback between the section played 10 seconds before and present section 36 INSTANT SKIP Skips commercial breaks 35, 48 DISPLAY Displays VCR or DVD operation status 33, 49 VCR Switches to operation between VCR and DVD 31,47,79,80 DVD CH / Channel selection for the connected TV or VCR 52 DUBBING Copies VCR to DVD or DVD to VCR 79 DVD MENU Displays the menu of the DVD disc 37 INPUT SELECT Switches the connected TV to external inputs 81 TOP MENU/TITLE MENU Selects titles of a DVD disc 32, 37, 61 SETUP Displays the Easy Menu 23, 55 / Cursor buttons 23, 31, 35, 55 TRK +/– Manual tracking in the playback mode for VCR 48 / Cursor buttons 23, 31, 35 ENTER Option selection in the menu 23, 31, 35, 55 RETURN Close the menu window 23 CANCEL Deletes the Timer recording program 57 Cancels input data in the setting mode 24 PAUSE/STILL Still picture/Recording pause on/off 34, 48 PLAY Playback 31, 47 STOP Stop 31, 47, 53 SKIP / Skips chapters in the forward or reverse direction 34 INDEX / Searches for the INDEX mark of a tape 49 SEARCH /REW Rewind/Review playback 34, 47, 48 SEARCH /F.FWD Fast Forward/Forward search playback 34, 47, 48 REC MODE/SPEED Selects the recording mode 52, 54 REC/OTR Recording 52, 54 TIMER REC Sets the unit to start recording at a preset time 57 SLOW Slow motion playback 34, 48 ANGLE Changes playback angle 38 COUNTER RESET Resets the counter to 00H 00M 00S 49 AUDIO SELECT Switches sound between mono and stereo 59 AUDIO Changes the language of the DVD 39 SUBTITLE Selects subtitles of the DVD disc 39 ATR Digital AUTO TRACKING 48 CLOCK/COUNTER Changes the front panel display mode 49 ZOOM Zoom (for DVD/Video CD) 38 ZERO RETURN Stops the tape when the counter reaches 00H 00M 00S 49 A-B REPEAT Repeats playback between A and B 36 PLAY MODE Selects the playback mode/Cancels PBC function 35, 36, 39 REPEAT Repeats playback 48 14 2H5-01 P12-21 14 7/25/05, 23:18

Parts and functions Inserting Batteries into the Remote Control: 1 Open the battery compartment 2 Pay attention to the polarity dia- 3 Close the compartment cover. cover in the direction of the ar- gram in the battery compart- row. ment when install two AAA bat- Introduction teries. Caution: Never throw batteries into a fire. Notes: • Be sure to use AAA size batteries. • Dispose of batteries in a designated disposal area. • Batteries should always be disposed of with the environment in mind. Always dispose of batteries in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. • If the remote control does not operate correctly, or if the operating range becomes reduced, replace batteries with new ones. • When necessary to replace batteries in the remote control, always replace both batteries with new ones. Never mix battery types or use new and used batteries in combination. • Always remove batteries from remote control if they are dead or if the remote control is not to be used for an extended period of time. This will prevent battery acid from leaking into the battery compartment. Remote control basics • Press ON/STANDBY to turn the DVD/VCR on or off. • Press CH or CH to move through the channels, one channel at a time. • The / / / are also used to navigate on-screen menu system. • You can directly access specific channels using numeric keys. • Each press of DVD or VCR, switches the screen between the DVD screen (DVD mode) and the VCR screen (VCR mode). Operation • Aim the remote control at the remote sensor and press control buttons to operate. • Operate the remote control within 30° angle on either side of the remote Approx.7 meters (23 feet) sensor, up to a distance of approximately 7 meters (23 feet). Power Source TO USE AC POWER SOURCE AC Outlet Use the AC polarized line cord provided for operation on AC. Insert the AC cord plug into a standard 120V 60Hz polarized AC outlet. Wider Hole and Blade NOTES: • Never connect the AC line cord plug to other than the specified voltage (120V 60Hz). Use the attached power cord only. • If the polarized AC cord does not fit into a non-polarized AC outlet, do not attempt to file or cut the blade. It is the user’s responsibility to have an electrician replace the obsolete outlet. • If you cause a static discharge when touching the unit and the unit fails to function, simply unplug the unit from the AC outlet and plug it back in. The Polarized AC Cord Plug unit should return to normal operation. (One blade is wider than the other.) • If the AC cord plug is plugged in for the first time, wait for approximate 3 minutes before operating the unit. 15 2H5-01 P12-21 15 7/25/05, 23:18

Introduction Antenna connections If you are using an antenna system, follow these instructions. If you are a Cable TV subscriber, skip ahead to page 18 for the proper connections. ANTENNA TO DVD/VCR CONNECTION The DVD/VCR must be connected between the antenna and the TV. First, disconnect the antenna from the TV and connect it to the DVD/VCR. Then connect the DVD/VCR to the TV. Below are 3 common methods of connecting an antenna system to a DVD/VCR. Find the type of antenna system you are using and follow the connection diagram. Combination UHF/VHF antenna with 75 ohm coaxial cable 1 DVD/VCR 75 ohm coaxial cable 75 Combination UHF/VHF antenna with 300 ohm twin lead (flat) wire 2 DVD/VCR Matching transformer 300 ohm input 75 ohm output 75 (not supplied) (su 300 ohm twin lead (flat) wire Separate UHF and VHF antennas 3 Combiner DVD/VCR 75/300 ohm input VHF UHF 75 ohm output (not supplied) 300 ohm twin lead (flat) wire 7 75 ohm coaxial cable (s NOTE: If both UHF and VHF antennas have 300 ohm twin lead (flat) wires, use a combiner having two 300 ohm inputs and one 75 ohm output. NOTES: • A clear picture will not be obtained by the DVD/VCR unless the antenna signal is good. Connect the antenna to the DVD/VCR properly. • For better quality recording, an indoor antenna or a telescopic antenna is not recommended. The use of an outdoor type antenna is required. • If you are not sure about the connection, please refer to qualified service personnel. 16 2H5-01 P12-21 16 7/25/05, 23:18

Antenna connections DVD/VCR TO TV CONNECTION After you have connected the antenna to the DVD/VCR, you must connect the DVD/VCR to the TV. Below are 3 common methods of connecting your DVD/VCR to a TV. Find the type of TV you are using and follow the connection diagram. Introduction This DVD/VCR has a single 75 ohm output for connection to a TV. If your TV has separate UHF and VHF antenna inputs (numbers 2 and 3 below), use a splitter to connect the DVD/VCR to the TV for UHF and VHF reception. TV NOTE: If a UHF or VHF antenna is used, set the TV/CABLE menu option to the “TV” mode. UHF/VHF IN 75 ohm coaxial cable (supplied) TV with single 75 ohm UHF/VHF antenna input TV NOTE: If a UHF or VHF antenna is used, Splitter set the TV/CABLE menu option 75 ohm input UHF to the “TV” mode. 75/300 ohm outputs 75 ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) (supplied) VHF TV with 300 ohm UHF and 75 ohm VHF antenna inputs TV NOTE: If a UHF or VHF antenna is used, Splitter UHF set the TV/CABLE menu option to 75 ohm input the “TV” mode. 300 ohm outputs 75 ohm coaxial cable (not supplied) VHF TV with 300 ohm UHF and 300 ohm VHF (supplied) antenna inputs The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 17 2H5-01 P12-21 17 7/25/05, 23:18

Introduction Cable TV connections Many cable companies offer services permitting reception of extra channels including pay or subscription chan- nels. This DVD/VCR has an extended tuning range and can be tuned to most cable channels without using a cable company supplied converter box, except for those channels which are intentionally scrambled. If you subscribe to a special channel which is scrambled, you must have a descrambler box for proper reception. 1 DVD/VCR TV UHF/VHF Incoming cable IN (ANT) ALLOWS: • Recording of nonscrambled channels. • Use of the programmable timer. • Recording of one channel while watching another. DVD/VCR 2 Converter/ TV descrambler UHF/VHF Incoming IN (ANT) cable ALLOWS: • Recording of channels through the converter box (scrambled and unscrambled). NOTE: • Using the programmable timer to record only the To record from converter/descrambler, channel selected at the converter box. DVD/VCR tuner must be tuned to the PREVENTS: • Recording one channel while watching another. converter output channel, usually chan- • Using the DVD/VCR tuner to select channels. nel 3 or 4. 3 DVD/VCR Converter/ Audio/Video descrambler IN Incoming cable ALLOWS: • Recording of channels through the converter box (scrambled and unscrambled). • Using the programmable timer to record only the channel selected at the converter box. PREVENTS: • Recording one channel while watching another. • Using the DVD/VCR tuner to select channels. NOTE: Whenever a converter/descrambler box is placed before the DVD/VCR, you must tune the DVD/VCR to the output of the converter/descrambler box, usually channel 3 or 4. 18 2H5-01 P12-21 18 7/25/05, 23:18

Cable TV connections IMPORTANT: Make sure the TV/CABLE menu option is set to the “CABLE” mode. This DVD/VCR cannot receive scrambled programs since it does not contain a descrambler. In order to receive scrambled programs, your existing descrambler must be used. Descrambler boxes are available from cable companies. Consult your local cable company for more information concerning connection to their descrambler equipment. There are many ways to connect your DVD/VCR to a cable system. Below are six common methods of connection. Introduction DVD/VCR 4 Splitter TV A/B switch UHF/VHF Incoming IN (ANT) cable Converter/ descrambler ALLOWS: • Recording of one channel while watching another. • Using the programmable timer to record only the channel selected at the converter box. • Recording of all channels through the converter box. PREVENTS: • Watching scrambled channels while recording another channel. • Using the DVD/VCR tuner to select channels. DVD/VCR 5 Splitter TV A/B switch UHF/VHF Incoming IN (ANT) cable Converter/descrambler ALLOWS: • Recording of nonscrambled channels. • Recording of one channel while watching another. • Watching premium channels through the converter while recording nonscrambled channels. • Using the programmable timer. PREVENTS: Recording scrambled channels. DVD/VCR 6 Converter/ Splitter descrambler TV A/B switch UHF/VHF Incoming IN (ANT) cable Converter/descrambler ALLOWS: • Recording of all channels through the converter box. • Recording a scrambled or unscrambled channel while watching another (scrambled or unscrambled) channel. • Using the programmable timer to record only the channel selected at the converter box. PREVENTS: Using the DVD/VCR tuner to select channels. The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 19 2H5-01 P12-21 19 7/25/05, 23:18

Introduction Connections with the TV or audio component The exact arrangement you use to interconnect various video The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, and audio components to the DVD/VCR is dependent on the or revision of television programs, videotapes, model and features of each component. Check the Owner’s DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under Manual provided with each component for the location of video the Copyright Laws of the United States and and audio inputs and outputs. other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. Connect to a TV with Audio/Video output You can enjoy playback by connecting the unit to a TV. Connect the unit to a TV equipped with audio input (L/R) and video input jacks using the supplied audio/video cable. TV Video output Audio (L) output Audio (R) output To Video input To Audio (R) input To Audio (L) input Audio/video cable (supplied) DVD/VCR Connect to a TV with S-Video output If your TV has an S-Video input, you can get higher quality by connecting it with the S-Video output of the unit using the S-Video cable instead of connecting the video input of the TV to the video output jack of the unit. To Audio (L) input To Audio (R) input Audio cable (not supplied) TV S-Video cable (not supplied) DVD audio (L) output To S-Video input S-Video output DVD/VCR DVD audio (R) output Connect to a TV with Component video output You can enjoy the highest quality picture by connecting the unit’s component video out jacks to the component video input jacks of your TV, with component video cables (not supplied). TV To Audio (L) input Audio cable (not supplied) Component video output To Audio (R) input DVD audio (L) output To Component video input Component video cable (not supplied) DVD/VCR DVD audio (R) output NOTE: If the component video input jacks on a TV are the BNC type, use an adapter to convert the RCA jacks from the component video cables to BNC (not supplied). 20 2H5-01 P12-21 20 7/25/05, 23:18

Connections with the TV or audio component Connect to a stereo amplifier with audio output You can enjoy high quality audio by connecting the audio output to your amplifier. Connect the audio output jacks to any line-level inputs (such as AUX, DVD, CD, etc.) of an audio amplifier. Stereo Amplifier Introduction Audio (L) output To Audio (L) input To Audio (R) input Audio cable (not supplied) DVD/VCR Audio (R) output Connect to an AV Amplifier with built-in digital surround If you are using an Amplifier with a built-in digital surround as follows, you can enjoy the various audio systems such as Dolby Digital and DTS by using the optical or coaxial digital output. Use this connection to connect an: NOTE: • AV amplifier with built-in *Dolby Digital decoder You may connect to a TV with a component • AV amplifier with built-in *DTS decoder video cable (not supplied) or S-Video cable (not supplied) instead of a video cable. Audio/Video cable (supplied) Audio(L) Coaxial digital output audio output To Audio/Video input Audio(R) Video output TV output Optical digital audio output Coaxial digital cable (not supplied) AV Amplifier with built-in various Connect either decoder as above DVD/VCR Optical digital cable (not supplied) Connecting the optical digital cable You may connect to an AV Amplifier with an optical digital cable (not supplied) instead of a coaxial digital cable. When you connect the optical digital cable (not supplied), remove the dust protection cap from the rear panel. When not using the optical digital cable, attach the dust protection cap to protect against dust. NOTES: • When you make the connections above, do not set DOLBY DIGITAL to DOLBY DIGITAL or DTS to ON on the AV amplifier. If you do, a loud noise will suddenly come out from the speakers, affecting your ears or causing the speakers to be damaged. • Caution for the optical digital audio output connector: Do not connect to an amplifier (with an optical digital input connector) which does not contain a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder. Otherwise, any attempt to play DVDs may cause such a high level of noise that it may be harmful to your ears and damage your speakers. • DTS audio will be output only from the COAXIAL or OPTICAL output. To hear DTS audio, DTS-Decoder is necessary. • When playing DTS-encoded CDs, only noise will be heard from the speakers or analog stereo outputs. • Some DTS decoders which do not support DVD-DTS interface may not work properly with the unit. • The optical or coaxial digital output jack output sounds in the bitstream. 21 2H5-01 P12-21 21 7/25/05, 23:18

Introduction Auto clock setting / Setting the video channel Auto clock setting Preparation: You must connect the antenna or cable before connecting the AC cord to the power source. After the antenna or cable is connected, wait for at least 3 minutes with the power turned off for the auto clock feature to activate. After the clock is set automatically, you may have to set the Standard Time (time zone) and Daylight Saving Time. (See page 25 and 26.) Press ON/STANDBY to turn on the DVD/VCR after the auto clock op- eration completed. • When shipped from factory, the “CLOCK” setting is set to “Auto” posi- tion. • If you turn the DVD/VCR on during auto clock setting, the clock is not set. • Depending on the reception condition, auto clock setting may take approx. 30 minutes. • After a power failure or disconnection of the power plug, the clock will be lost. In this case, wait 3 minutes before turning the DVD/VCR on. • With cable box connection, if the auto clock setting is unsuccessful, select the PBS channel carrying the XDS information, then turn the DVD/VCR off. After 3 minutes, turn the DVD/VCR on. • If the clock is not set automatically, set the clock manually. (See page 26.) Setting the video channel To view playback of a recorded tape or DVD disc, or to watch a program selected by the VCR’s channel selector, the TV must be set to channel 3 or 4 (video channel). When a TV is connected with the 75 ohm coaxial cable only: 1 standby Press and hold 3 or 4 on the remote control for 3 seconds in the mode to select CH 3 or 4. The selected channel number will flash on the display for about 4 seconds. 2 Turn ON the TV and set to CH 3 or 4 to correspond with the chan- nel selected in step 1. 3 Press ON/STANDBY to turn on the DVD/VCR. NOTES: • When shipped from factory, the 4 Press TV/VIDEO to select the VIDEO position. The TV indicator will disappear in the display. video channel is set to CH 3. • If the unit does not operate prop- erly, or there is no key operation 5 Select any channel to receive a TV station in your area. The channel number will appear on the screen for about 4 sec- from the unit and/or the remote onds. control: Static electricity, etc., may affect the operation. Disconnect For a push-button TV tuner the AC power cord once, then con- If CH 3 or 4 corresponding to the video channel cannot be tuned on nect it again. your TV, proceed as follows: set the VCR 3/4 channel selector and the TV to CH 3 or 4, playback a prerecorded tape and tune the TV to re- ceive a sharp color picture from the video cassette recorder. Refer to your TV owner’s manual for details. 22 2H5-01 P22-30 22 7/25/05, 23:19

Various settings Setup Menu The Setup Menu consists of several menus where you can make various settings concerning lan- 3 press Press / / / ENTER. to select the desired item and guage, audio functions and images. In addition, this The screen for that item will appear. menu includes a clock, channel and other menus that require setting just after purchase. LANGUAGE For details of each menu, see the corresponding English section in this chapter. Français Using the Setup Menu Español Various settings OSD Language The following example shows the basic setting proce- DVD Menu Audio dure of the Setup Menu. Subtitle Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End 4 Press ENTER. or to select the desired item and press This completes the setting procedure. • To return to the previous screen, press RETURN. • To close the Setup Menu, press SETUP. NOTE: For items that require different operations from the ba- sic setting procedure, the setting procedure is described 1 Press SETUP while the DVD or video tape is stopped. in each individual section. The Easy Menu screen will appear. External Audio Input Timer Rec Set Setup Menu Add Chapter Mark Set Index Picture 2 Press ENTER. to select the Setup Menu and press The Setup Menu screen will appear. GENERAL VIDEO AUDIO LANGUAGE RECORD DISC Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End 23 2H5-01 P22-30 23 7/25/05, 23:19

Various settings General Settings Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. 3 Enter the current password. The new password entry box appears. • Select “GENERAL” from “Setup Menu”. For the pro- cedure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” on page 23. 4 Enter new password. The new password verify box appears. GENERAL Off 5 Enter new password again to verify. Level 8 Level 7 To delete the password you set for the Level 6 Level 5 parental control level Parental Level 4 Password TV/Cable Select Auto CH Memory Level 3 Level 2 1 ENTER. Press or to select “Password” and press CH Add/Delete Level 1 Clock Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back 2 ENTER. Press or to select “Delete” and press SETUP End 3 Enter the current password. Parental / Password NOTES: Some discs are specified as not suitable for children. • The selected level will apply to operations executed after this. This unit can prevent playback of such discs. Select • The unit cannot restrict playback of some discs. “Parental” and select the parental control level from the • Some discs may not be encoded with specific rating below, then press ENTER. level information though its disc jacket says “adult”. Parental control will not work with those discs. Off: Parental control is turned off. • If you forget your password, open the disc tray; if there Level 8: Virtually all discs can be played back is a disc inside then remove it and close the tray. To without restriction. reset the code press and hold number 7 on the re- Level 4 to 7: Adult discs cannot be played back. mote control, then press and hold STOP on the front (Level 4 to 7 discs contain content chil- panel at the same time. The On-Screen Display will dren age 15 and younger may not see.) show “Parental Unlock”. You can now set a new pass- Level 2 to 3: Adult discs and R-rated discs cannot word. be played back. Level 1: Adult discs and general discs (R-rated Temporarily cancelling parental control discs included) cannot be played back. Parental control can temporarily be cancelled with some Select from level 1 to level 8. DVDs. On a scale of 1- 8, “1” is the most restrictive. To lock the selected parental control level 1 Playback a DVD. (See page 31.) 1 When you select “Parental”, the password input screen opens. 2 Ifcancel the DVD disc has been designed to temporarily the rating level, the message “The parental level of the player has been set.”(e.g.) will appear. 2 Use• Iftheyounumeric keys to input a 4-digit password. input a wrong number, press CANCEL. • A message screen changes with disc. • Be sure to remember this number! The parental level of the player has been set. Press "yes" to continue. To change the password set for the parental control level yes stop 1 Press ENTER. or to select “Password” and press 2 ENTER. Press or to select “Change” and press 24 2H5-01 P22-30 24 7/25/05, 23:19

General Settings 3 Ifselect you wish to cancel the set rating level temporarily, “yes” with or , then press ENTER. If the Clock The clock is set to the correct time automatically, but it password has been selected, the password input screen will appear. can also be set manually. The clock can be set for day- Alternatively, if the password has not been set, play- light saving time and time zone. back will commence. If you don’t know (or have for- gotten) the password, select “stop”. Then press OPEN/CLOSE to remove the disc. GENERAL Auto 4 Use Manual the numeric keys to input the password. Various settings • To interrupt the input process, press RETURN. Parental Standard Time Auto Password TV/Cable Select Daylight Auto 5 Playback will commence if the entered password was correct. Auto CH Memory CH Add/Delete Clock Saving Time NOTE: Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back This temporary cancellation of the rating level will re- SETUP End main active until the disc is ejected. When the disc is ejected, the original rating level will be Auto set again automatically. You can automatically set the clock by selecting “Auto”. This DVD/VCR is equipped with a channel memory fea- When you want to set the auto clock function to off, se- ture that allows you to skip channels up or down to the lect “Manual”. (See page 26.) next channel set in memory, hence skip over unwanted Standard Time (Time zone) channels. In the rare event that you live within the broadcast range Before selecting channels, they must be programmed of two stations in two different time zone, the DVD/VCR into the DVD/VCR’s memory. In addition to normal VHF may recognize the wrong station for the auto clock set. and UHF channels, this DVD/VCR can receive up to 113 Cable TV channels. To use this DVD/VCR with an Time zones and correction times antenna, set the TV/CABLE menu option to the TV mode. Atlantic: GMT – 4 hours When shipped from the factory, this menu option is in (GMT: Greenwich Mean Time) the CABLE mode. Eastern: GMT – 5 hours Central: GMT – 6 hours Mountain: GMT – 7 hours TV/Cable Select Pacific: GMT – 8 hours Select “TV/Cable Select” and select “TV” or “Cable”. Alaska: GMT – 9 hours TV: VHF/UHF channels Hawaii: GMT – 10 hours Cable: CABLE TV channels Auto: AUTO SET Auto CH Memory NOTES The VCR can receive a maximum of 181 channels by • When shipped from the factory, the “Standard Time” presetting the channels into memory. is set to “Auto”. When you select “Auto CH Memory” and press ENTER • After making the auto clock setting, in some cases twice, the Auto CH Memory function will be activated. the clock may display another time zone. You can cor- The channel display will count up and when finished, rect the clock by selecting your time zone setting the screen returns to normal. above. • When the clock is not set or you set the clock manu- CH Add/Delete (channels) ally, the time zone setting is not available. You can add the channels you want or delete the chan- nels you do not want manually. Select “CH Add/Delete” and press ENTER. 1 ENTER. Press or to select the channel then press 2 Press ENTER to select “Add” or “Delete”. 25 2H5-01 P22-30 25 7/25/05, 23:19

Various settings General Settings / Setting the Video Daylight Saving Time This section describes video settings. You can set the clock to daylight saving time automati- cally or manually. Preparation: To select daylight saving time, select “Daylight Saving • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. • Select “VIDEO” from “Setup Menu”. For the proce- Time” and select “On”, while to cancel the daylight sav- dure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” on ing time, select “Off”. page 23. On: For manual setting (forward 1 hour) Off: For manual setting (back 1 hour) VIDEO Auto: For automatic setting (read XDS in the signal) 4:3 Pan&Scan 4:3 LetterBox NOTES: • When you want to set the Daylight Saving Time manu- TV Screen 16:9 ally, on the first Sunday in April you set it to “On”, and Display on the last Sunday in October you set it to “Off”. Line1 Input Line2 Input • When the clock is not set, the daylight saving time E.B.L setting is not available. • When there is no daylight saving time in your area, Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back always select “Off”. SETUP End Manual You can manually set the date, year and present time TV Screen with the remote control. You can select the TV screen size to suit the screen image. 1 ENTER. Press or to select “Manual” and press Select “TV Screen” and select screen size from the be- low. 4:3 Pan&Scan 2 date, Select the desired items using or year, hour, and minute), then press (month, or to It displays a wide picture across the whole screen with left and right edges automatically cut off. set the value of the selected item. 4:3 LetterBox Select this mode when connecting to a conventional 3 Repeat step 2 to set the date, year, present time and Daylight Saving Time. Press ENTER. The Setup TV. When playing back a wide screen DVD disc, it dis- plays a wide picture with black bands at the top and Menu will close. bottom of screen. This completes clock time setting. 16:9 Select this mode when connecting to a wide-screen TV. A wide-screen picture is displayed in full size. NOTE: If the DVD disc is not formatted in the Pan&Scan for- mat, it displays a 4:3 aspect ratio. Display (Turning the screen display “On” or “Off”) You can turn off the screen display that is output to the TV screen by this unit. Select “Display” and select “On” or “Off”. On: The screen display appears. Off: Nothing but the Setup Menu and error messages appear. 26 2H5-01 P22-30 26 7/25/05, 23:19

Setting the Video / Setting the Audio Line1 Input/Line2 Input DRC This unit comes with an S-Video input jack and Video DRC (Dynamic Range Control) enables you to control input jack. When you use an S-Video or Video input jack, the dynamic range so as to achieve a suitable sound for you must select the input mode. your equipment. Select “Line1 Input” (“Line2 Input”) and select the mode Select “DRC” and select the level from the below. from the below. Max: Full dynamic range is maintained. Std: Full dynamic range is reduced. S-Video TV: Dynamic range is reduced. Various settings The video signal is input from the S-Video input jack priority. NOTES: • This function works only during playback of Dolby Digi- Video tal recorded discs. The video signal is input only from the Video input jack. • When you listen to the sound from TV’s speaker, we recommend that you select “TV”. E.B.L • The level of Dynamic Range Reduction may differ To select the black level of playback pictures, set your depending on the DVD. preference and monitor’s ability. Surround On: Enhanced grey scale (0 IRE cut off) Sound that is not recorded in the surround mode will be Off: Standard grey scale (7.5 IRE cut off) changed to artificial surround sound output. Select “Surround” and select “On” to activate the sur- NOTE: round function. Select “Off” to cancel the surround func- The E.B.L function only works when playing back DVD- tion. Video, DVD-RAM/RW/R or Video-CDs. NOTE: This function does not work with a video tape. This section describes audio settings. SAP (Second Audio Program) Preparation: This unit is fitted with an SAP broadcast system that • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. enables you to switch to a second audio program while • Select “AUDIO” from “Setup Menu”. For the proce- viewing a selected channel. dure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” on This function applies only when the program is broad- page 23. cast in multiple languages through the SAP broadcast system. AUDIO Select “SAP” and select “On” to activate. Select “Off” to Dolby Digital cancel. PCM Listening to SAP Dolby Digital Output When the unit is turned on or a channel selection is DRC made, make sure “SAP” appears on the screen. This Surround SAP means that “Second Audio Program” broadcasting is available. Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End Dolby Digital Output Select from the following methods of outputting the au- dio of discs that were recorded with Dolby Digital. Dolby Digital: Outputs in Dolby Digital sound. PCM: Converts the sound to PCM and out- puts it. NOTE: Select PCM if you are connected to an audio amplifier and the amplifier is not Dolby Digital compatible. 27 2H5-01 P22-30 27 7/25/05, 23:19

Various settings Setting the Language You can choose the language of the menu screen, Audio DVD menu, DVD audio and subtitles. When several audio languages are recorded on a DVD, you can select the audio language to be played back. Preparation: The selected language remains even after the power • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. is turned off or the disc is replaced. • Select “LANGUAGE” from “Setup Menu”. For the Select “Audio” and select the audio language from the procedure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” below. on page 23. Selectable languages: LANGUAGE English, Français, Español English The language you have selected will play if it is re- Français corded on the disc. Español OSD Language Other DVD Menu Audio If you want to select another language, input the Subtitle language code by using the numeric keys (See the Language code list on page 84). • If you input a wrong number, press CANCEL. Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End NOTE: If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the first priority language is selected. OSD Language You can set the language for on screen display. Select “OSD Language” and select the language from Subtitle the below. When several subtitle languages are recorded on DVD, Selectable languages: you can select the language to be used for the sub- English, Français, Español titles. The selected language remains even after the power is turned off or the disc is replaced. DVD Menu Select “Subtitle” and select the subtitle language from When several menu languages are recorded on a DVD, the below. you can select the language to be used for the DVD Selectable languages: menu. English, Français, Español Select “DVD Menu” and select the language from the The subtitle is displayed with the selected language below. if it is recorded on the disc. Selectable languages: English, Français, Español Other The selected language is the first priority menu lan- If you want to select another language, input the guage. language code by using the numeric keys (See the Language code list on page 84). Other • If you input a wrong number, press CANCEL. If you want to select another language, input the language code by using the numeric keys (See the Off Language code list on page 84). Subtitles do not appear. • If you input a wrong number, press CANCEL. NOTE: If the selected language is not recorded on the disc, the first priority language is selected. 28 2H5-01 P22-30 28 7/25/05, 23:19

Setting the Record / Setting the Disc This section describes recording settings. You can format, protect, or finalize a disc. Preparation: Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. • Select “RECORD” from “Setup Menu”. For the • Select “DISC” from “Setup Menu”. For the proce- procedure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” dure, see steps 1 to 3 in “Using the Setup Menu” on on page 23. page 23. DISC Various settings RECORD Off Video 10min VR 15min Auto Chapter Initialize Black Level(REC) Finalize 30min Protect Disc Rename Disc DVD-RAM Physical Format Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End SETUP End Auto Chapter You can automatically make chapter marks on the DVD Initialize to be recorded. You can format a recorded DVD-RAM/RW. Select “Auto Chapter” and select the interval between Check the content of the disc before format. If you for- chapter marks from the below. mat the disc, the recorded content of the disc will be erased. Off: The automatic chapter is not used. Select “Initialize” and select the mode from the list below. 10 min: The interval is set to 10 minutes. 15 min: The interval is set to 15 minutes. Video: Format the disc in the Video mode. 30 min: The interval is set to 30 minutes. VR: Format the disc in the VR mode. When “VR” or “Video” is selected, the following mes- Black Level (REC) sage screen will appear. You can set the black level when you do recording. Standard: Records at the level of the input Initialize OK to proceed? source. Enhanced:Lowers the level 7.5IRE and records. Yes No The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs • When you select “Yes” and press ENTER, Initializing and other materials, is prohibited under the Copy- will start. The screen below will appear. right Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. Initializing... Please wait. 3% • When you select “No” and press ENTER, the DISC screen will appear. NOTES: When the Initialization finished, “Initializing completed. Press ENTER.” will appear. Press ENTER to return to the DISC screen. 29 2H5-01 P22-30 29 7/25/05, 23:19

Various settings Setting the Disc Finalize Select “Undo Finalize”, and the screen below will ap- To play a DVD disc recorded on this unit, you must final- pear. ize the disc to insure compatibility with other DVD play- ers. In addition, if you are using a DVD-RW disc, you must record in Video mode. Undo Finalize You can cancel the finalization of a finalized DVD-RW OK to proceed? (in VR mode). You cannot cancel the finalization for discs other than Yes No above. You can record or edit on a disc whose finaliza- tion has been cancelled. • When you select “Yes” and press ENTER, the can- Select from the below. celling finalization will start. The screen below will Finalize: Finalize the disc to compatibility appear. with other DVD player. Undo Finalize: Cancel the finalization of a finalized DVD-RW(in VR mode). Unfinalizing... Please wait. When “Finalize” is selected, the screen below will appear. 3% Finalize OK to proceed? Yes No • When you select “No” and press ENTER, the DISC • When you select “Yes” and press ENTER, finalization screen will appear. will start. The screen below will appear. NOTES: Finalizing... • When cancelling finalization is finished. “Undo final- Please wait. izing completed. Press ENTER.” will appear. Press ENTER to return to the DISC screen. • The cancelling finalization process may require a few 3% minutes to about 1 hour according to disc type or the amount of free space on the disc. • When the disc’s finalization cannot be cancelled, you cannot select “Undo Finalize”. • When you select “No” and press ENTER, the DISC Protect Disc screen will appear. You can protect a disc to prevent the content recorded NOTES: on it from being erased, edited or re-recorded. • When the finalization finished, “Finalizing completed. Only DVD-RAM and DVD-RW (in VR mode) can be pro- Press ENTER.” will appear. Press ENTER to return tected. to the DISC screen. Select “Protect Disc” and select “On” to protect the disc. • The finalization process may require a few minutes to To cancel the disc protection, select “Off”. about 1 hour according to disc type or the amount of free space on the disc. Rename Disc • You can record or edit a finalized DVD-RW (in VR You can change a disc name. mode) by cancelling the finalizing, but you cannot do See “Changing a disc name” on page 77. these operations with a DVD-RW (Video mode), or with a DVD-R. DVD-RAM Physical Format • You cannot playback a disc recorded on VR mode on Physically formats a DVD-RAM disc. Whenever you use a unit that does not support DVD-RW. a new disc for the first time, be sure to format it. • Even if you finalize a disc in the Video mode, the disc cannot be played back in some DVD players. NOTE: • A DVD-RW(Video mode) and DVD-R disc cannot be The physical format process may require about 1 hour named after it is finalized. according to disc condition. 30 2H5-01 P22-30 30 7/25/05, 23:19

Disc playback Playback procedure Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) 1 The Press OPEN/CLOSE. disc tray will open. 2 Insert a disc. Disc without a cartridge Insert with the playback side down. Place a disc to fit the guide. If a disc is out of the guide, it may Disc playback result in damage to the disc or malfunction. DVD-RAM disc with cartridge (TYPE1/TYPE2/TYPE4) Single sided Turn the printed side up, and insert the cartridge into the tray frame following the direction of the NOTES: arrow on the cartridge. • If a non-compatible disc is loaded, “Disc Double sided error.”, “Incorrect disc.”, “Region code Turn the desired recording/playback side up, and insert the error.” or “Cannot playback.” will appear on the TV screen according to the type cartridge into the tray frame following the direction of the arrow of loaded disc. In this case, check your on the cartridge. disc again (See pages 9 and 24). • Some discs may take a minute or so NOTE: to start playback. If you insert an unused DVD-R disc, the disc is automatically for- • A prohibition symbol “ ” may appear matted. at the upper right of the screen. This If you use the DVD-RW (Ver.1.1/1.2), you can select the format symbol means either the feature you mode to Video or VR. tried is not available on the disc, or the DVD/VCR can not access the feature at this time. This does not indicate a 3 Press OPEN/CLOSE to close the disc tray. Disc icon appears on the screen problem with the DVD/VCR. and some discs start playback au- • When you set a single-faced disc la- bel downwards (ie. the wrong way up) tomatically. and press PLAY or OPEN/CLOSE, • A menu screen may appear on disc icon will appear and then it will the TV screen if the disc has a change to “Incorrect disc.”. menu feature. In this case, press • Some playback operations of DVDs , , , or ENTER to operate a menu feature. may be intentionally fixed by software producers. Since this DVD/VCR plays DVDs according to the disc contents 4 Press PLAY to start playback. the software producers designed, some playback features may not be 5 Press STOP to end playback. • The DVD/VCR memorizes the stopped point, depending on available. Also refer to the instructions the disc. “ ” appears on the screen for approx. 4 seconds. supplied with the DVDs. “ ” keeps blinking in the display until the playback is stopped • When playing DTS-encoded Audio completely. Press PLAY to resume playback (from the scene CDs, excessive noise will be heard from the analog stereo outputs. To point). avoid possible damage to the audio • If you press STOP again (“ ” appears on the screen), the DVD/ system, the consumer should take VCR will clear the stopped point. proper precautions when the analog stereo outputs of the DVD/VCR are 6 Press OPEN/CLOSE. The disc tray opens. connected to an amplification system. • Resume playback cannot function Remove the disc and press ON/STANDBY. when you play a SVCD or PBC-fea- The disc tray closes automatically and DVD/VCR turns off. ture Video CD while “PBC” is ON. 31 2H5-01 P31-37 31 7/25/05, 23:19

Disc playback Playback by selecting a title Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. When playing back a recorded • Load a recorded DVD. disc, you can display the title • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) menu and select the title to be played back. 1 Press TITLE MENU. The ORG Title List will appear. Recording information Original titles Thumbnail image DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 07/21/2005 06:1- 07/21/2005 07:3- 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info DVD TITLE RETURN Back MENU Playlist MENU End 2 Press / / / to select the title you want to playback. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 2/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 07/21/2005 06:1- 07/21/2005 07:3- NOTE: 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 When a disc that has been recorded Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info DVD TITLE in the Video mode is finalized, the title RETURN Back MENU Playlist MENU End menu is automatically changed that can be played back even with other 3 Press ENTER. The editing menu of original title will appear. DVD players. 4 Press or to select “Play”. 5 Press ENTER. The selected title is played back. NOTES: • If you don’t display the title menu and press PLAY, the first title is played back. • The title menu is used not only for playing back titles but also for editing various discs and titles. For details of editing operation, see page 60. 32 2H5-01 P31-37 32 7/25/05, 23:19

Checking media information Various information on the loaded Preparation: disc can be displayed on the TV • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. screen. • Load the disc. • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) 1 Press DISPLAY. Media information will appear. DVD-RW VR Media type Playback condition (playback, stop, 12:57 AM pause, fast forward, rewind, slow motion, and record) Disc playback CH002 Present time Present channel 2 Press DISPLAY while the media information above is displayed. The next media information will appear. The number of titles and present title number The number of chapters and present chapter number The number of 02/02 ORG 001/001 0:00:10 Playback elapsed time audio languages 1/2 ENG Dolby Digital and present 1/2 ENG Current subtitles language -/- language The number of Remain 4h14m LP angles and present angle number Remaining time *The remaining time displayed during recording may be different from the actual remaining time. When you want to check the cor- rect remaining time, stop recording and display the media infor- mation again. 3 Press DISPLAY again. The media information will disappear. *If you press DISPLAY during chase playback, the information screen is displayed. The symbols indicate that the player is in chase playback. The progress bar shows the current position of playback and the position of recording. Normally the recording position is shown as being at 100%. Items other than these appear the same as on a normal information screen. 02/02 ORG 001/001 0:00:10 1/2 ENG Dolby Digital --/-- ENG -/- Current recording NOTES: position • The displayed information varies Remain 4h14m LP (Fixed at 100%) with the type of media. • Some information may not appear Current playback position due to media type or operating conditions. • In stop mode, some information does not appear. 33 2H5-01 P31-37 33 7/25/05, 23:19

Disc playback Special playback Fast forward playback Press SEARCH during normal playback. NOTE: There may be a slight de- Each press of SEARCH will increase the speed (x2, x8, x16, x32, lay between pressing the button x100). and the function activation. (The speed of the search is increased up to only 3 steps in Audio CD.) During Fast Forward Playback (X2), you can view the movie with sound but the sound may be lost at times. • To resume normal playback, press PLAY. Review playback Press SEARCH during normal playback. Each press of SEARCH will increase the speed (x2, x8, x16, x32, x100). (The speed of the search is increased up to only 3 steps in Audio CD.) • To resume normal playback, press PLAY. Still playback Press PAUSE/STILL during normal playback. • To resume normal playback, press PLAY. Frame advance Press PAUSE/STILL during still playback. One frame is advanced each time you press PAUSE/STILL. To resume normal playback, press PLAY. Slow motion playback Press SLOW during normal playback or still playback. Each press of SLOW will change the speed of the slow (1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16). • To resume normal playback, press PLAY. • To resume the still playback, press PAUSE/STILL. Locating a chapter or track Press SKIP or SKIP during playback to locate a chapter that you want to watch. Each time you press the button, a chapter or track is skipped. • When you press SKIP once, playback starts from the beginning of the current chapter or track. If you want to play the preceding chapter or track, press SKIP twice in quick successions. NOTES: • The unit is capable of holding a still video image or On screen display image on your television screen indefi- nitely. If you leave the still video image or On screen display image displayed on your TV for an extended period of time, you risk permanent damage to your television screen. Projection televisions are very susceptible. • Fast forward and review playback does not work with a MP3/WMA/JPEG-CD. • Frame advance and slow motion does not work with an Audio CD and a MP3/WMA/JPEG-CD. 34 2H5-01 P31-37 34 7/25/05, 23:19

Instant skip / Locating a specific scene Instant skip Use this function to skip commercials while playback. Press INSTANT SKIP during playback. The time forwards to a point approx. 30 seconds later and playback resumes. NOTE: With some DVD-Video, the Commercial skip operation may not work. Locating a specific scene Specify the time recorded on the disc, chapter or title to playback. Disc playback 1 Press PLAY MODE. The play mode screen will appear. 1/4 ORG Title Search 1/1 Chapter Search 00:01:24 Time Search Off Repeat 2 Press Search”. or to select “Title Search”, “Chapter Search” or “Time Title Search: Select the title number to be played back. Chapter Search: Select the chapter number to be played back. Time Search: Input the time to be played back. 1/4 ORG 1/1 00:01:24 Off The screen above shows the display when “Title Search” is se- lected. 3 When selecting “Time Search”, input the time to be played back with the numeric keys. When selecting “Chapter Search” or “Title Search”, press or to select the chapter number or title num- ber. 4 Press ENTER. The playback starts at the point you selected. NOTE: For “Repeat”, see “Title/Chapter repeat playback” (page 36). 35 2H5-01 P31-37 35 7/25/05, 23:19

Disc playback Repeat playback Instant replay This feature can be used to repeat the last 10 seconds of viewed material, and continues to play as normal. Press INSTANT REPLAY during playback. It returns to a point 10 seconds before and playback resumes. NOTES: • The current title will playback from the beginning when INSTANT REPLAY is pressed if the current title elasped time is less than 10 seconds. • With some DVD-Video, instant replay operation may not work. A-B repeat playback A-B repeat playback allows you to repeat material between two selected points. 1 Press back. A-B REPEAT during play- A The start point is selected. 2 Press A-B REPEAT again. The end point is selected. Playback A B starts at the point that you selected. Playback stops at the end point, returns to point A automatically, then starts again. To resume normal playback press A-B REPEAT again. “Off” appears on the screen. Title/Chapter repeat playback 1 Press PLAY MODE. The play mode screen will appear. 1/4 ORG 1/1 00:01:24 NOTES: Off • Some discs may not work with the repeat operation. • In A-B repeat mode, subtitles near 2 Press or to select “Repeat”. point A or B may not appear. 1/4 ORG • A-B repeat does not work during 1/1 the Title and the Chapter repeat 00:01:24 playback. Off • You may not be able to set A-B repeat, depending on the scenes of the DVD. 3 Press Off: or to select “Off”, “Chapter” or “Title”. Playback is not repeated. • A-B repeat and Title/Chapter re- Chapter: The chapter is played back repeatedly. peat does not work with a MP3/ Title: The title is played back repeatedly. WMA/JPEG-CD and Video CD. • Title/Chapter repeat does not work with an Audio CD. 4 Press ENTER. To cancel the repeat playback, select “Off” in step 3. 36 2H5-01 P31-37 36 7/25/05, 23:19

Title selection / DVD menu Title selection Two or more titles are recorded on some discs. If the title menu is recorded on the disc, you can select the desired title. 1 Press TOP MENU/TITLE MENU during playback. The title menu appears on the screen. • Press TOP MENU/TITLE MENU again to resume playback at the scene when you pressed TOP MENU/TITLE MENU. 2 Press / / / to select the desired title. 3 Press ENTER. The selected title will start playback. Disc playback DVD menu Some DVDs allow you to select the disc contents using the menu. When you playback these DVDs, you can select the subtitles lan- guage and soundtrack language, etc. using the DVD menu. 1 Press DVD MENU during playback. The DVD menu appears on the screen. • Press DVD MENU again to resume playback at the scene when you pressed DVD MENU. 2 Press / / / to select the desired item. 3 Press ENTER. The menu continues to another screen. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to set the item completely. NOTE: Depending on the DVD, you may be unable to select the title, and a “title menu” may simply be called a “menu” or “title” in the instructions supplied with the disc. 37 2H5-01 P31-37 37 7/25/05, 23:19

Disc playback Changing angles / Zooming Changing angles When playing back a disc recorded with multi-angle facility, you can change the angle that you are viewing the scene from. 1 The Press ANGLE during playback. current angle will appear. 2 Press ANGLE repeatedly until the desired angle is selected. Zooming This unit will allow you to zoom in on the frame image. You can then make selections by switching the position of the frame. 1 Press ZOOM during playback. The center part of the image will be zoomed in. Each press of ZOOM will change the ZOOM “x2” and “x4”. Video CD discs may not have the zoom x2 ZOOM “x4” function. 2 You Press / / / to view a different part of the frame. may move the frame from the center position to UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT direction. NOTES: • Depending on the DVD, you may 3 In“x1”.the zoom mode, press ZOOM repeatedly to return to a 1:1 view not be able to change the angles even if multi-angles are recorded on the disc. • You can use the Pause, Slow, Search or Skip feature in the zoom mode. 38 2H5-01 P38-44 38 7/25/05, 23:20

Changing soundtrack language / Subtitles / To turn off the PBC Changing soundtrack language You can select the language when you play a multilingual disc. 1 Press AUDIO during playback. The current soundtrack language will appear. 1/8 ENG Dolby Digital 2 Press AUDIO repeatedly until the desired language is selected. The on-screen display will disap- Disc playback pear after a few seconds. 2/8 FRA Dolby Digital 3 In case of VIDEO CD playback Audio type will change as follows, each time you press AUDIO. VIDEO CD Stereo L CH R CH S-VCD 1/2 Stereo 1/2 L CH 1/2 R CH NOTES: • If the desired language is not heard after pressing the button several 2/2 R CH 2/2 L CH 2/2 Stereo times, the language is not recorded on the disc. • Soundtrack is changed or subtitles Subtitles language is cancelled when you Turning the subtitles On and Off open the disc tray. The initial default When playing back a disc recorded with subtitles, you can turn language or available language will the subtitles on or off. be heard and seen if the disc is Press SUBTITLE during playback until played back again. “OFF” appears. • Depending on the DVD, you may be unable to turn on, turn off, or change the subtitles even if they are recorded on the disc. While playing the DVD, the subtitles may change OFF while opening or closing the disc tray, or while changing the title. Changing the subtitles language • In some cases, the subtitles lan- You can select the language when playing back a disc recorded guage is not changed to the se- with multilingual subtitles. lected one immediately. Press SUBTITLE repeatedly during playback until your desired language appears. The on screen display will disappear after a few seconds. 1/32 ENG To turn off the PBC (VIDEO CD version 2.0) Press PLAY MODE in the stop mode, select the title then press ENTER. 39 2H5-01 P38-44 39 7/25/05, 23:20

Disc playback Various operations with CD Playback Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. This section describes the Music • Load the music CD. list screen where music CDs can • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) be played back using the various operations. The Music list screen will appear. The track number (during playback) Music Audio CD Track 1 04:08 Track 2 05:16 Track 3 03:46 Track 4 02:52 74:19 Track 5 04:52 Track 6 03:59 Off Track 7 03:27 Track 8 04:57 Track 9 04:19 Track 10 04:16 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End Current playback mode The music data recorded on the CD The elapsed time/total time of the whole CD Press ENTER. The menu list will appear. Music Audio CD Track 1 04:08 Track 2 05:16 Track 3 03:46 Track 4 02:52 74:19 Track 5 04:52 Off Track 6 03:59 0 Track 7 03:27 Track 8 04:57 Play Track 9 04:19 Program Track 10 04:16 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End Menu List Playing back a selected track 1 and Press or press ENTER. to select the track number you want to playback 2 Press or to select “Play” from the menu list and press ENTER. The selected track will be played back. Playing back programs You can specify the playback order yourself. 1 Press ENTER. or to select the track number that you want and press 2 ENTER. Press or to select “Program” from the menu list and press The selected track number will appear at the right side of the Pro- gram List. 40 2H5-01 P38-44 40 7/25/05, 23:20

Various operations with CD Playback 3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 to add on additional tracks to Program List. 4 Press PLAY. The tracks will be played in the changed order. To cancel program playback, select “Delete” from the menu list and press ENTER. Locating a specific track 1 Press PLAY MODE. The play mode screen will appear. 1 / 16 Track Search Disc playback 00:01:24 Time Search Off Repeat Off Random 2 Press or to select “Track Search”. 3 Press or to select the track number. 4 Press ENTER. Playback will start from the selected track. Playing back track by specifying the time 1 Press PLAY MODE, then press or to select “Time Search” from the play mode screen during playback or resume stop. 2 Press numeric keys and or to specify the elapsed time of the track (this will be the starting point of playback) and press ENTER. Playback will start from the specified elapsed time. Repeat playback 1 Press PLAY MODE, then press the play mode screen during playback. or to select “Repeat” from 2 Press All: or to select “All” or “Track”, then press ENTER. All tracks on CD will be played back repeatedly. Track: The selected track will be played back repeatedly. (Program:) During program playback, the programmed tracks will be played back repeatedly. NOTE: To cancel the repeat playback, select “Off” in step 2. Both Program playback and Random playback are not possible with a Random playback Video CD or SVCD. 1 Press PLAY MODE, then press the play mode screen during playback. or to select “Random” from 2 Press or to select “On”, then press ENTER. The tracks will be played in random order. To cancel random playback, select “Off” in step 2. 41 2H5-01 P38-44 41 7/25/05, 23:20

Disc playback MP3/WMA/JPEG playback Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. MP3 and WMA files can be played • Load the disc storing MP3, WMA or JPEG. back. You can also display JPEG • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) files on the TV screen and enjoy them as a slide show. Using the Music List/Photos List screen Some discs may not play due to The Music list/Photos list screen will appear. the condition of the recording. The MP3, WMA and JPEG files and folders stored in the disc are displayed. • Select a folder and press ENTER. The files in the folder appear. • Each press of DVD MENU will change the Music list and the Photos list screen. Music Data CD Toulouse-Lautrec popArt Grammy03_01.mp3 Grammy03_02.mp3 00:00 Grammy03_03.mp3 Grammy03_04.mp3 Off Grammy03_05.mp3 Grammy03_06.mp3 Grammy03_07.mp3 Grammy03_08.mp3 Limitations on MP3/WMA/ Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back DVD TITLE JPEG CD playback: MENU Photos MENU End • MP3/WMA/JPEG CD is a disc that is standardized by ISO9660. • The directory and file names of the MP3/WMA/JPEG CD must corre- spond to the ISO standardized file names. • This unit can read 200 folders/files per directory. If one directory has more than 200 folders/files, it reads up to 200 folders/files, the remaining folders/files will be omitted. • If the CD has both audio tracks and MP3/WMA/JPEG files, only audio tracks are played. • It may take more than one minute for this unit to read MP3/WMA/ JPEG files depending on its struc- ture. • Music recorded by “Joliet Record- ing Specification” can be played back. Long file names will be cut. • The music files recorded by “Hier- archical File System ” (HFS) can- not be played. 42 2H5-01 P38-44 42 7/25/05, 23:20

MP3/WMA/JPEG playback Playing back MP3/WMA files 1 Press DVD MENU to select the Music list. 2 Press or to select MP3 or WMA file. Music Data CD Toulouse-Lautrec popArt Grammy03_01.mp3 Grammy03_02.mp3 00:00 Grammy03_03.mp3 Grammy03_04.mp3 Off Disc playback Grammy03_05.mp3 Grammy03_06.mp3 Grammy03_07.mp3 Grammy03_08.mp3 MP3 CD • MP3 files must have the extension Select ENTER TITLE Enter RETURN Back DVD Photos End letters “.mp3”. MENU MENU • Standard, sampling frequency, and the bit rate: MPEG-1 Audio 3 list Press ENTER, then press and press ENTER. or to select “Play” from the menu 32kHz, 44.1kHz, 48kHz 32kbps to 320kbps (constant bit Music rate or variable bit rate) Data CD • The recommend recording setting for a high quality sound is 44.1kHz Toulouse-Lautrec popArt of sampling frequency and Grammy03_01.mp3 Grammy03_02.mp3 128kbps of constant bit rate. 00:00 Grammy03_03.mp3 Off Grammy03_04.mp3 0 Grammy03_05.mp3 WMA CD Grammy03_06.mp3 Play Grammy03_07.mp3 • When creating a WMA disc, make Program Grammy03_08.mp3 sure that the copyright function is Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back off. DRM (Digital Rights Manage- TITLE End MENU ment) files cannot be played back. • WMA files must have the extension The selected track will be played back. letters “.wma”. • Standard, sampling frequency, and the bit rate: 4 To stop playback of the MP3 or WMA files, press STOP. WMA version 7 and 8 32kHz, 48kbps 44.1kHz, 48kbps to 192kbps 48kHz,128kbps to 192kbps • Music files recorded as mono, 48kHz, 48kbps cannot be played back by this unit. This DVD/VCR requires discs and recordings to meet certain technical standards in order to achieve optimal playback quality. Pre-recorded DVDs are automatically set to these standards. There are many different types of recordable disc formats (including CD-R containing MP3 or WMA files) and these require certain pre- existing conditions (see above) to ensure compatible playback. Because this area of technology is still evolving, Toshiba cannot guarantee that all recordable discs will produce optimal playback quality. The technical criteria set forth in this owner’s manual are meant only as a guide. Please be advised that you must obtain permission from the applicable copyright owners to download copyrighted content, including music files, in any format, including the MP3 and WMA formats, prior to the downloading thereof. Toshiba has no right to grant and does not grant permission to download any copyrighted content. 43 2H5-01 P38-44 43 7/25/05, 23:20

Disc playback MP3/WMA/JPEG playback Playing back JPEG files 1 Press DVD MENU to select the Photos list. 2 Press / / / to select JPEG file. Photos Data CD j08_8. JPG 1/6 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back DVD TITLE MENU Music MENU End 3 Carrya:outPress either of the item a or b below. ENTER, then press or to select “Full Screen” from the menu list and press ENTER. b: Press ENTER, then press or to select “Slide Show” from the menu list and press ENTER. Photos Data CD j08_8. JPG 1/6 Full Screen Slide Show Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End • Press ZOOM to enlarge the displayed image. • Press ANGLE in Full Screen mode to rotate the image by 90 degrees each time. 4 To• Toreturn to the Photos list, press RETURN. stop the slide show, press TITLE MENU. JPEG CD JPEG files must have the extension letters “.jpe”, “.jpeg” or “.jpg”. 44 2H5-01 P38-44 44 7/25/05, 23:20

Progressive scan Preparation: • Connect to a TV equipped with component jacks which support the The unit supports the progressive progressive video input. scanning system as well as the con- • Turn ON the TV and set it to the corresponding video input mode. ventional interlaced scanning sys- • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) tem. If your TV is equipped with com- ponent video input jacks which sup- port the progressive video input, you can enjoy high quality picture by 1 Press and hold PROGRESSIVE for more than 2 seconds in the stop mode. The PROGRESSIVE indicator “ ” on the display win- making the progressive scanning mode active. dow will light. Disc playback P • The unit recognizes the picture source (film or video) of the cur- rent disc according to the disc information. • Progressive scanning not only works for DVD playback, but also video signals from the VCR, built-in tuner and external input ter- minals. • To make the progressive scanning mode inactive, press and hold PROGRESSIVE for more than 2 seconds in the stop mode. The PROGRESSIVE indicator “ ” on the display window will go off. Different scanning modes Interlaced scan Technology that alternately displays odd-numbered scanning lines and even-numbered scanning lines. Also called “480i”, “i” meaning “interlace”. Progressive scan Technology that simultaneously displays odd-numbered scanning lines and even-numbered scanning lines from top to bottom. Also called “480p”, “p” meaning “progressive”. NOTES: • Some discs may not be played back with the progressive scan mode correctly because of the disc characteris- tics or recording condition. • There are some progressive TV and High-Definition TV sets that are not fully compatible with the unit, resulting in an unnatural picture when playing back a DVD disc in the progressive scan mode. In such a case, use the interlaced scanning mode. • You cannot activate the progressive scan mode when the unit is in the VCR mode. 45 2H5-01 P45-52 45 7/25/05, 23:22

Tape playback Loading and unloading a cassette tape Use only video cassette tapes marked or . • Cassettes marked “VHS” (or “S-VHS”) can be used with this video cassette recorder. However, S-VHS recording is not possible with this model. • This model is equipped with SQPB (S-VHS QUASI PLAYBACK) that makes it possible to playback S-VHS recordings with regular VHS resolution. • HQ VHS is compatible with existing VHS equipment. Loading Insert the cassette tape with its labeled side facing up Push the center of the tape until it is automatically in- and the erase prevention tab positioned at your left. An serted. inverted cassette tape cannot be inserted. VCR P Erase prevention tab Automatic power ON When you insert a cassette tape, the VCR power will turn ON automatically. Automatic playback When loading a cassette tape without an erase prevention tab, playback will start automatically. Unloading You can eject the video tape while the unit is turned off. 1 Press EJECT on the unit or the remote control. 2 Remove the cassette tape. Automatic tape eject This VCR will automatically rewind the tape when the tape has ended. And when the tape is rewound to its beginning, the cassette tape will be ejected automatically. To prevent accidental erasure To record again Remove the erase prevention tab with a screwdriver. Cover the hole with a piece of adhesive tape. Screwdriver Adhesive Erase prevention tab Tape Tape speed and maximum recording time Video cassette tape Tape Speed T-160 T-120 T-90 T-60 T-30 SP (Standard Play) 2-2/3 hours 2 hours 1-1/2 hours 1 hour 30 minutes SLP (Super Long Play) 8 hours 6 hours 4-1/2 hours 3 hours 1-1/2 hours 46 2H5-01 P45-52 46 7/25/05, 23:22

Cassette tape playback Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. • Press VCR to select the VCR mode. (The VCR indicator will light.) 1 Load a pre-recorded tape (When loading a cassette tape without the erase prevention tab, playback will start automatically). 2 To start playback Press PLAY. Playback will start. “ ” will appear on the screen for about 4 seconds. Tape playback To stop playback Press STOP once. The tape will stop but remain fully loaded and ready to play. “ ” will appear on the screen for about 4 seconds. To rewind the tape or forward it rapidly To rewind the tape: To fast forward the tape: Press REW. Press F.FWD. To stop the tape-winding, press STOP. To switch to playback directly (without STOP), press PLAY. NOTES: Forward/Reverse picture search mode • This VCR selects the playback When the tape is being wound, you can switch to picture search mode tape speed SP, LP or SLP auto- (see next page). To do this, press REW or F.FWD and hold it down. The matically. unit will resume the tape winding as soon as the button is released. • A video cassette tape and DVD disc cannot be played back simul- taneously. 47 2H5-01 P45-52 47 7/25/05, 23:22

Tape playback Special playback Repeat playback The entire video tape will be played until its end. The Picture search tape will then automatically rewind to the beginning and Reverse picture search function the playback will be repeated. Press REW x 1 or x 2 during the playback. Forward picture search function Press F.FWD x 1 or x 2 during the playback. To resume normal playback: Press PLAY. 1 Press REPEAT during playback. SPEED SEARCH TIMES 2 By pressing REPEAT each time, “REPEAT REPEAT ON PICTURE SEARCH SPEED ON” or “REPEAT OFF” TAPE SPEED is selected in turn. PRESS ONCE PRESS TWICE SP (Standard Play) 3X 5X LP (Long Play) 7X 9X SLP (Super Long Play) 9X 15 X 3 When “REPEAT ON” is selected and the tape is played back to the end, it will automatically rewind Still picture to the starting point and played back again. Press PAUSE during playback. The display “REPEAT ON” goes out about 3 sec- To resume normal playback: Press PLAY or PAUSE. onds. To cancel repeat playback: Press REPEAT to se- Slow motion lect “REPEAT OFF”. Press SLOW during playback. To resume normal playback: Press PLAY or SLOW. Instant skip Slow tracking and vertical lock adjustment Press INSTANT SKIP during playback. If noise bars appear in the picture during slow motion, The video is rapidly forwarded for approx. 30 seconds press the TRK + or – to reduce the noise bars. and playback resumes. If the still picture jitters excessively, press TRK + or – to You may press the button up to six times in a row to stabilize the still picture. move 180 seconds ahead. Frame by frame picture Press PAUSE during playback. To display VCR operation status Each time you press SLOW, the picture advances one Press DISPLAY. The clock and day of the week and frame by frame. other information will be indicated. To resume normal playback: Press PLAY or PAUSE. While watching TV Adjusting tracking condition DAY OF THE WEEK Automatic tracking adjustment CLOCK Whenever you insert a tape and start playback, automatic 8 : 47AM MON CH 125 CHANNEL STEREO SAP tracking starts working and continuously analyzes the signal to enable optimum picture quality during playback. STEREO AND SECOND Manual tracking adjustment AUDIO 00 : 00 : 00 SP PROGRAM If automatic tracking cannot eliminate noises well during (SAP) playback, press TRK + or – to eliminate the noises. “MANUAL TR.” will appear. Press once for a fine adjust- ment, or press and hold for a coarse adjustment. While operating a tape • Press ATR to reactivate automatic tracking again. “AUTO TR.” will appear. OPERATING 8 : 30AM MON HI-FI HI-FI MODE NOTES: • The audio output is muted during SPEED SEARCH, STEREO TAPE IN STILL, FRAME ADVANCE and SLOW MOTION. AUTO 00 : 15 : 12 SP TAPE SPEED • During picture search mode, there will be noise bars REPEAT which are caused by the system. • The Special Playback will automatically change to REAL TIME COUNTER playback after approx. 5 minutes to protect the video To cancel the display: Press DISPLAY again. tape against excessive wear. 48 2H5-01 P45-52 48 7/25/05, 23:22

ZERO RETURN function / Video index search system 1 Press DISPLAY. The counter display shows the tape run- 8 : 47AM MON HI-FI ZERO RETURN function ning time during playback or recording. This function makes tape rewind- 00 : 04 : 38 SP ing stop at the counter “00:00:00” position automatically. 2 Press COUNTER RESET at the desired tape position. The counter display will be 8 : 47AM MON HI-FI reset to the “00:00:00” position (e.g. the be- ginning of recording). 00 : 00 : 00 SP 3 Press STOP when playback or recording is finished. Press ZERO RETURN. The tape will be rewound or fast forwarded and automatically stop at the “00:00:00” position. Tape playback Switching the display between clock and counter Press CLOCK/COUNTER. The clock and tape counter alternate with each other in the display. Video index search system This function enables you to locate the beginning of any record- ing made on the VCR. NOTES for Counter Display: Recording an INDEX MARK • If you rewind the tape beyond The index search function automatically records “00:00:00”, a minus sign (“–”) will an INDEX mark on the tape whenever a record- CH 001 be displayed in front of the time. ing is initiated. • When you load a tape, the counter will reset to “00:00:00”. INDEX • The counter does not function on non-recorded (blank) sections of the tape. When you rewind, fast for- Index search ward or play tapes through blank Press INDEX or during stop or play sections, the counter stops. +3 mode. NOTES for Video index search sys- For Succeeding programs: Press INDEX . tem: For Preceding programs: Press INDEX . • When you record an INDEX mark (Additional press increases the INDEX NO. at the very beginning of the tape, up to 9.) the mark may not be found. When the INDEX or is pressed, the • During INDEX search, the tape unit starts searching the selected INDEX NO. or is displayed may stop and begin to play at a and finds the portion. Then playback starts INDEX NO. (up to 9) slightly different location. automatically. • INDEX may not function properly To stop the INDEX SEARCH, press STOP. with old or worn out video tapes. • INDEX marks may not be found if it is extremely close to the point where the search began. • In recording, if you stop recording temporarily, the INDEX mark is not recorded on the tape. 49 2H5-01 P45-52 49 7/25/05, 23:22

Recording Read this before recording on disc This section explains information on Types of disc disc before recording. Read it before You can use DVD-RAM, DVD-RW and DVD-R discs to record video. attempting to record. DVD-RAM/-RW (VR mode) NOTE: • This mode involves multiple editing functions. If a power failure occurs or the AC • Various editing options using a created Playlist. cord plug is disconnected, the pro- gram being recorded will be lost, or DVD-RW (Video mode)/-R • Simple editing (renaming titles). the disc may not be playable when perform recording, editing, initializ- For more information on recording format, see “Recording for- ing, finalizing or any other function. Manufacturer cannot guarantee the mat” (page 10). loss of program or disc occurrence. To start recording again, re-format Recording modes the disc or use a new disc and follow There are 4 modes for recording on disc. Recording time and quality the instruction on recording. vary according to mode. Recording Recording time Quality mode XP Approx. 60 min Can record high quality images. SP Approx. 120 min Can record normal quality images. Quality deteriorates slightly, but NOTES: LP Approx. 240 min recording time is longer. Recording time can change for the Recording time is prioritized over following reasons. SLP Approx. 360 min quality. • When image quality is poor as dur- ing poor TV reception. • Recording time above is based on a 4.7GB disc. • When recording on a disc that has been edited before. Since DVD recording is performed using VBR (Variable Bit Rate), re- • When the video is followed with re- cording time varies according to the recorded content. cordings of still images or just au- To know the correct recording time, stop recording and check the me- dio. dia information. (See page 33.) Disc remaining time VR mode • Recording is possible as long as there is available space on the disc. (Finalized discs can be recorded by cancelling the finalization, see “Undo Finalize” on page 30.) • Erasing unnecessary title frees up available space on the disc. (Titles can be erased from finalized discs by cancelling the finalization. See “Undo Finalize” on page 30.) NOTE: Video mode Because of characteristics peculiar • Up until the disc is finalized, recording is possible as long as there is to digital video compression technol- available space on the disc. (Once the disc has been finalized, addi- ogy, scenes with fast motion may tional recording and erasing are not possible.) appear as a matrix of larger blocks. • The remaining time cannot be increased nor overwrite the recorded title. The unauthorized recording, use, • Titles cannot be erased nor overwrite the recorded titles. distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 50 2H5-01 P45-52 50 7/25/05, 23:22

Read this before recording on disc The unauthorized recording, use, Images that cannot be recorded distribution, or revision of television Some DVD-Video and broadcasts contain copy-restriction signals to programs, videotapes, DVDs and protect copyrights. There are 3 types of copy-restriction signals: “Copy other materials, is prohibited under Free”, “Copy Never” and “Copy Once”. the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or “Copy Free” (unrestricted recording) criminal liability. Land-based TV broadcasts and images you record yourself with a video camera allow unrestricted recording. There are no restrictions on re- cording. “Copy Never” (recording prohibited) • Images that contain the recording prohibited signal cannot be re- corded. • If the recording prohibited signal appears halfway through an image you are recording, recording is paused at that instant. When the re- cording prohibited signal ends, recording resumes. • This unit incorporates a built-in copy guard. It cannot record soft- ware or broadcasted programs that contain copy restriction signals designed to protect copyright, etc. Recording “Copy Once” (one-time recordable) Programs (images) that contain the one-time recordable signal can be recorded only in the VR mode using a DVD-RW disc that supports CPRM Ver. 1.1 and Ver 1.2 and DVD-RAM disc. 51 2H5-01 P45-52 51 7/25/05, 23:22

Recording Recording a TV program Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set it to the video input mode. • Load a recordable DVD or video tape into the unit. You can record programs you watch on • Press DVD or VCR to select the appropriate mode. TV onto video tapes or DVDs. VCR mode 1 Press REC MODE/SPEED to select the re- cording mode. 00 : 00 : 00 SP The recording mode will appear on the TV monitor and change every time REC DVD mode MODE/SPEED is pressed. SP VCR recording modes: SP/SLP DVD recording modes: XP/SP/LP/SLP SP is the normal recording mode for video tapes. SLP offers 3 times the recording time as SP. For more information on DVD re- cording modes, see page 50. 2 Set the TV/CABLE option to the appropriate position (page 25). TV - VHF/UHF channels CABLE - CABLE TV channels 3 Press the numeric keys or CH recorded. / to select the channel to be TO SELECT Cable TV CHANNELS: 1-9 Press 0 twice and then 1-9 as required. Example: To select 2, Press “002”. 10-12 Press 0 first and then the remaining 2 digits in order from left to right. Example: Press 012 for “12”. CH 110 13-99 Press 2 digits in order. Example: Press 22 for “22”. 100-125 Press the 3 digits in order. Example: Press 110 for “110”. TO SELECT TV CHANNELS 1-12: NOTES: If only 1 or 2 buttons are pressed, the corresponding channel will • When recording onto a DVD, it takes be selected in 2 seconds. some time to start recording when you VHF/UHF/CABLE CHANNELS press REC/OTR. Recording starts when you press REC/ TV CABLE OTR to record onto a video tape. VHF VHF • If the erase prevention tab of video tapes 2-13 2-13 is removed, the tape will eject when UHF STD/HRC/IRC REC/OTR is pressed for recording. 14-69 14-36 (A) (W) 37-59 (AA) (WW) Auto Rewind feature 60-85 (AAA) (ZZZ) This VCR will automatically rewind the 86-94 (86) (94) tape when the tape has ended (except 95-99 (A-5) (A-1) during OTR and TIMER REC). It will also eject the tape. 100-125 (100)(125) 01 (5A) The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and 4 Press REC/OTR. VCR mode other materials, is prohibited under “ ” appears on the screen for about 4 CH 110 the Copyright Laws of the United seconds and recording will start. States and other countries, and may DVD mode subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 52 2H5-01 P45-52 52 7/25/05, 23:22

Recording a TV program To stop recording Press STOP to stop recording. “ ” will appear on the screen for about 4 seconds. NOTE: Recording does not stop instantly even if STOP is pressed during DVD recording. Recording may continue for as long as 1 minute maximum. To stop recording temporarily Press PAUSE/STILL to avoid recording VCR mode unwanted material. “ ” will appear on screen for about 4 sec- onds. Press REC/OTR to resume recording. DVD mode NOTES: • In DVD recording, the pause function will be released after 5 min- utes to prevent damage. The unit will change to the STOP mode. • When recording onto a video tape, you can select a recording chan- Recording nel in the recording pause mode. (You cannot change a recording channel in the DVD recording pause mode.) Recording one program while watching another While the unit is recording, you can watch a different channel. Press TV/VIDEO to switch to your TV tuner, then select a different channel on your television. NOTE: NOTES: Some CABLE hookups do not permit viewing one channel while re- • In DVD recording, the recording will cording another. See pages 18 and 19. stop automatically if the DVD/VCR cannot recognize a broadcasting signal continues 30 minutes. • If the disc space become full, the recording is stopped and “No space on the disc.” will appear on the screen. • In case of a power failure, the pro gram cannot be recorded on the disc during DVD recording. When the power resumes, after the DVD/VCR is turned on, the set checks the disc to repair the error which is caused by a power failure. This checking process may require about 1 minute depending on disc condition. The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 53 2H5-01 P53-59 53 7/25/05, 23:21

Recording One-touch Timer Recording (OTR) Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. The One-touch Timer Recording • Load a recordable DVD or video tape into the unit. feature provides a simple and con- • Press DVD or VCR to select the appropriate mode. venient way to make a timed re- cording. Example: One-touch Timer Recording for 30 minutes. VCR mode 1 Press REC MODE/SPEED to select the recording mode. 00 : 00 : 00 SP For the recording mode, see step 1 on page 52. DVD mode SP 2 Set the TV/CABLE option to the appropriate position (See page TV - VHF/UHF channels CABLE - CABLE TV channels 25). 3 the Press numeric keys or CH channel to be recorded. / to select CH 110 4 Press REC/OTR. Each time you press REC/OTR will increase the recording time as shown in the chart below, up to a maximum of 6 hours. The OTR and recording time will appear on the screen for about 4 seconds. Press Recording time Press Recording time VCR mode once NORMAL REC 7 times OTR 3:00 OTR 0 : 30 CH 110 twice OTR - : - - 8 times OTR 4:00 3 times OTR 0:30 9 times OTR 5:00 DVD mode 4 times OTR 1:00 10 times OTR 6:00 OTR 0 : 30 5 times OTR 1:30 11 times OTR - : - - NOTE: 6 times OTR 2:00 If you wish to watch the DVD play- back during the VCR OTR, press DVD to change to DVD mode and perform the DVD playback. You can To cancel OTR also playback the VCR during DVD Press STOP. OTR. “ ” will appear on screen for about 4 sec- onds. The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 54 2H5-01 P53-59 54 7/25/05, 23:21

Timer recording Setting timer recording Preparation: The timer recording system allows • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. you to select the date, time, chan- • Load a recordable DVD or video tape. nel and record the desired pro- • Press DVD or VCR to select the appropriate mode. grams. Up to 12 timer programs • Confirm that the clock is indicating the correct time. within a month can be stored in this unit. Example: Set the recording mode to LP; the TV program is on channel 12 starting at 8:00 PM and stopping at 9:30 PM on a date of 20th. 1 Press SETUP. The Easy Menu screen appears. External Audio Input Timer Rec Set Setup Menu Add Chapter Mark Set Index Picture 2 Press or to select “Timer Rec Set” and press ENTER. Recording The Timer Record List screen will appear. Timer Record List New Rec Rec Date Start End CH TO Mode Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back CANCEL Delete SETUP End 3 Press or to select “New” and press ENTER. The program screen will appear. NOTE: If a recordable tape is not inserted Timer Rec Set Remain = LP 4:14:51 or no disc space is available, the Date Start End CH Rec TO Rec Mode timer record indicator “ ” flashes. 1/ 1 [Sat] 12:21 AM 1:21 AM 2 DVD LP Replace the tape or disc to allow re- cording. Select Set ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End The unauthorized recording, use, The remaining record time displayed distribution, or revision of television changes to match the recording mode. programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 55 2H5-01 P53-59 55 7/25/05, 23:21

Recording Timer recording 4 Press Press or or to select “Date”. to select the date to be recorded from the list and press ENTER. 5 Set Press or to select “Start”. the recording start time. • To switch over the selection item (hour or minute), press or . • Press or to adjust the time. 6 Press or to select “End”. Set the recording stop time in the same manner in step 5. 7 •Press Press or or to select “CH”. to select the channel to be recorded. NOTES: • You can select the external input (Line1 or Line2) by pressing • You can record same day of every or . week or from Monday to Friday us- ing the items. The items you can select are as follows: 8 Select Press or to select “Rec To”. the media (DVD or VCR) to be recorded from the list. Every Sun: Recording every Sun. Every Mon: Recording every Mon. Every Tue: Recording every Tue. 9 The Press or to select “Rec Mode”. recording modes for the media selected in “Rec To” item are Every Wed: Recording every Wed. listed up. Every Thu: Recording every Thu. Select the recording mode. Every Fri: Recording every Fri. For the recording modes in VCR, see page 46. For the recording Every Sat: Recording every Sat. modes in DVD, see page 50. Mon-Fri: Recording from Mon. to Fri. Mon-Sat: Recording from Mon. to Sat. Everyday: Recording everyday. • The starting and stopping times for recording are displayed on the 12- hour (am/pm) clock. Twelve o’clock midnight is displayed as “12:00AM Timer Rec Set Remain = LP 4:14:51 ”, whereas twelve o’clock noon is Date Start End CH Rec TO Rec Mode displayed as “12:00PM”. 11/20 [Sun] 8:00 PM 9:30 PM 20 DVD LP Select Set ENTER Enter RETURN Back SETUP End 10 Press ENTER. The timer program is determined and the Timer Record List screen appears again. The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television Timer Record List New programs, videotapes, DVDs and Date Start End CH Rec TO Rec Mode other materials, is prohibited under 11/20 [Sun] 8:00 PM 9:30 PM 20 DVD LP the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back CANCEL Delete SETUP End 56 2H5-01 P53-59 56 7/25/05, 23:21

Timer recording 11 When you enter the other program for the timer recording, re peat the steps 3 to 10. 12 Press SETUP. The Timer Record Set screen disappears and the display will return to the normal screen. 13 Press TIMER REC. The timer indicator “ ” will appear on the display and the unit stands by for recording. Stopping the timer recording After the timer recording has started, you can cancel the timer recording (but continue recording), or stop recording completely if you want. To cancel the timer recording, press and hold TIMER REC for more than 2 seconds. The timer indicator “ ” disappears from the display and recording continues. Press STOP to stop recording completely. Checking or changing the timer recording When you want to check the selected timer recording, follow the steps 1 and 2 of “Setting timer recording” on page 55 and display the Timer Recording Record Set screen. To change the timer recording, select the program to be changed and press ENTER. The program screen will appear. Do step 4 to step 10 on page 56. When you want to change the program after the timer recording has started, stop the timer recording. Cancelling the timer recording Display the Timer Record List screen. Select the program you want to cancel and press CANCEL. “Delete selected Title. Continue?” will appears. Press or to select “Yes” and press ENTER.The selected program will be erased from the Timer Record List. In case Timer programs overlap NOTES: Do not overlap timer programs as portions of the conflicting programs • Recording starts a few seconds be- will be lost. The first recording time has priority over the next recording fore the preset starting time. time as shown in the diagram below. Timer recording starts before the In this case, the next recording time is delayed a maximum of about preset time; one second for DVD, or 1 minute. five seconds for VCR. • You can playback the DVD during the VCR timer recording. You can 8 : 00 9 : 00 10 : 00 11 : 00 also playback the VCR during the Program 1 DVD timer recording. Program 2 • You cannot record the DVD during Deleted Parts Program 3 the VCR timer recording. You also Non Recorded Portion Parts cannot record the VCR during the Recording Prog.1 Prog.2 Prog.3 Control Settings DVD timer recording. The unauthorized recording, use, distribution, or revision of television programs, videotapes, DVDs and other materials, is prohibited under the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and/or criminal liability. 57 2H5-01 P53-59 57 7/25/05, 23:21

Recording Chase playback 1 While recording a TV program on the DVD-RAM disc, press PLAY to start chase playback. You can begin playback from the The TV program as it is being recorded will playback. beginning of a program currently being recorded. You will find this function of great advantage on 2 Locate essary. a scene you want through the following operations if nec- long programs, as you do not have to wait for the end of recording to Still playback: begin playback. Press PAUSE. • To resume chase playback, press PLAY. Fast forward/Review playback: Press SEARCH 8/9. Every press of SEARCH, it increases the speed. • To resume chase playback, press PLAY. • If the playback position catches up to within about 60 seconds, chase playback resumes. It may differ depending on the recording condition and search speed. Locating a chapter: Press SKIP 6/7 to locate a chapter that you want to watch. • If you press SKIP 7 while playing back the lastest chapter, it starts playing back from about 15 seconds before the recording position. Locating a specific scene: Press PLAY MODE enables you to do a Time Search. (See page 35.) 3 Press STOP to stop playback. The DVD/VCR memorizes the stopped point, depending on the disc. “ ” appears on the screen for approx. 4 seconds.“ ” keeps blinking in the display until the playback is stopped completely. Press PLAY to resume playback (from the scene point). 4 Then Press STOP again to stop recording. press STOP again, the DVD / VCR will clear the stopped point. NOTES: Press Press Press Press Press • Chase playback is not available REC PLAY STOP STOP STOP when recording a DVD-RW/R disc and video tape. • Chase playback is not available when recording in XP mode. • A-B repeat does not work during chase playback. • Chase playback does not work until 5 seconds of recording have elapsed. • If you press DISPLAY during chase playback, the information Recording Chase playback Playback Recording Playback stops screen is displayed (see page 33). starts starts stops temporarily stops completely 58 2H5-01 P53-59 58 7/25/05, 23:21

Stereo recording and playback The VHS Hi-Fi audio system per- When a MTS STEREO broadcast is re- mits high fidelity recording of MTS ceived, the word “STEREO” will appear on STEREO TV broadcasts. the screen and the program can be viewed or recorded in stereo. The Hi-Fi STEREO recording procedure is the same as for normal recordings. STEREO NOTE: When using a Cable TV system, stereo TV programs may be transmit- ted over a mono cable channel. In this case the word “STEREO” will not appear and the sound will be in mono. Output selection When viewing an MTS STEREO TV program, or playing a prerecorded Hi-Fi STEREO on video tape, press AUDIO SELECT to select how the audio will be heard through the speakers. Normally set to the Hi-Fi STEREO position, this button can be set to the MONO position if the stereo audio is of poor quality. The “R” and “L” positions allow the audio Recording from the Right or Left Hi-Fi channel to be heard over both TV speakers. This button has no effect when viewing a monaural audio program. Each time when you press the button, output selection display appears on the screen for several seconds. Refer to the chart below. OUTPUT SOUND HEARD ON BOTH SELECTION SPEAKERS STEREO STEREO L ch LEFT CHANNEL AUDIO R ch RIGHT CHANNEL AUDIO MONO MONO Output selection for DVD It is not possible to switch between channels otherwise as only the channel selected in the setting of SAP (Second Audio Program; ON or OFF) is recorded (see page 27). NOTE: When a stereo or monaural broadcast is recorded, either stereo or monaural is played back respectively. NOTES: • When playing back a video tape or disc that is not recorded in Hi-Fi stereo mode, the audio will auto- matically be monaural. • When listening to a Hi-Fi video tape, disc or MTS broadcast through the RF OUT (UHF/VHF) jack (Audio/Video cabel not con- nected), the sound will be monau- ral. 59 2H5-01 P53-59 59 7/25/05, 23:21

Editing the disc Editing the disc This section explains how to edit Title menu the recorded contents on DVD- When the content is recorded, a title name that includes the date, time, RWs. However, the items that you channel number and other information is created automatically. can edit vary with the recording The title menu can be used when you playback after confirming the formats. In VR mode, you can edit contents (see page 32), or when you check the contents recorded on various title menus, whereas in the disc. Video mode, you can edit only a few items. Original title The titles explained above are called original titles; these will be added with every recording. In VR mode, you can do various editing opera- tions i.e., you can rename the titles or add the chapter marks. In addi- tion, you can erase the unnecessary titles to increase the disc space. Playlist You can create a playlist based on the original titles. You can combine or erase undesired chapters. If you create a playlist, it will become the primary list used by the disc. If you create a playlist to customize your viewing preferences, and choose to delete it, the original titles will not be affected. It is recom- mended to create and edit the playlist to prevent important titles from being erased accidentally. Editable items The items that can be edited are different between original title and playlist. The items can be edited in each are as follows: VR mode Video mode Editing items Original Playlist Original Playback Y Y Y Creating playlist Y N N NOTES: Changing title name Y Y Y • This unit cannot record or edit a disc which was recorded or edited Adding chapter mark Y Y N using another DVD recorder. Combining chapters Y Y N • You cannot edit or record the disc Erasing chapter Y Y N on which disc protection is set. In Combining titles N Y N such a case, make sure that the disc protection is cancelled before Erasing titles Y Y Y starting the operation. Set index picture Y Y N • When a scene has been erased, the selected position for erasing Using these editing functions to modify copyrighted content for any may vary slightly from the actual purpose other than your private viewing may be prohibited under erased position. the Copyright Laws of the United States and other countries, and may subject you to civil and criminal liability. 60 2H5-01 P60-73 60 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing a playlist Preparation: You can create and edit the playlist • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. based on the original title. • Load the recorded DVD-RAM/RW (VR). • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) Creating a playlist 1 Press TITLE MENU. ORG(Original) Title List will appear. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 3 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info DVD TITLE RETURN Back MENU Playlist MENU End 2 Press / / / to select the original title which will be used as the base of a playlist. Editing the disc 3 Press ENTER. The editing menu of original title will appear. 4 Press or to select “New Playlist”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 3 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete New Playlist Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End NOTES: 5 Press ENTER. The editing menu closes and PL(Playlist) Title List will appear. • A playlist can only be created with a DVD-RAM or a DVD-RW in VR DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 1 mode. You cannot create a playlist Disc Name:050823 with a DVD-RW in Video mode, nor with a DVD-R. • Each press of DVD MENU will PL Title 01 change the ORG Title List and the 01/31 0:11:09 PL Title List. • You can see the title name, record- ing time and recording length on the screen when you press DIS- Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info PLAY. RETURN Back DVD MENU Original TITLE MENU End 61 2H5-01 P60-73 61 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing a playlist Changing a title name 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the playlist where you want to change the title name. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Rename”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER. The keyboard screen will appear. 4 Use the keyboard screen to enter the title name. PL Title 01 CAPS Space Delete OK Cancel 5 Select “OK” and press ENTER. NOTE: It returns to the PL Title List. For using the keyboad screen, see “Using the keyboard screen”(page 78). 62 2H5-01 P60-73 62 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing a playlist Adding a chapter mark You can add a chapter mark to the playlist. You can add up to 999 chapter marks to one disc. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the original title where a chapter mark is added. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Play”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER to search a scene where you want to add the chapter Editing the disc mark. The selected title is played back. 4 Press Press SETUP to display Easy Menu. or to select “Add Chapter Mark”. 5 Search the scene by using each operation button (F.FWD, REW, SKIP +, SKIP -, PAUSE/STILL, SLOW, INSTANT SKIP) for the playback. NOTE: You can automatically add a chapter mark in recording. For more informa- tion, see page 29. 63 2H5-01 P60-73 63 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing a playlist 6 When the scene you want to add a chapter mark, press ENTER. The position of the added chapter mark is appeared. 7% The added chapter mark 7 If you want to continue to add chapter mark, repeat step 6. 8 The chapter marks are finished adding. • To return to the normal screen, press RETURN. Erasing an unnecessary scene When you want to erase an unnecessary scene from the created playlist, add a chapter mark before and after an unnecessary scene, then erase a chapter (see page 66). 64 2H5-01 P60-73 64 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing a playlist Combining chapters 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the original titles where you want to combine the chapters. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of playlist. • Press or to select “Chapter List”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End Editing the disc 3 Press ENTER. The Chapter List will appear. 4 Select the chapter that you want to combine. • Press / / / to select the chapter. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of Chapter List. • Press or to select “Combine”. 5 By pressing ENTER, the following message screen will appear. Merge chapter? Yes No 6 Press or to select ”Yes” and press ENTER. 7 The combining chapters are completed. • To display the title menu, press RETURN. • To return to the normal screen, press TITLE MENU. 65 2H5-01 P60-73 65 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing a playlist Erasing a chapter You can erase an unnecessary chapter from the created playlist. When you erase the chapter from the playlist, the scene is not erased from the original title. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the playlist where a chapter you want to erase. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Chapter List”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER. The Chapter List will appear. 4 Select the chapter that you want to erase. • Press / / / to select the chapter. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the Chapter List. • Press or to select “Delete”. PL Title 02 Chapter List 1/ 2 2005/02/21 12:43AM Length 0:05:09 1 2 Play Title List Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 5 By pressing ENTER, the following message screen will appear. Are you sure you want to delete this chapter? Yes No 6 Press or to select ”Yes” and press ENTER. The selected chapter will be erased. 66 2H5-01 P60-73 66 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing a playlist Combining the titles You can create a playlist by combining the several original titles or playlists. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the playlist where you want to combine the titles. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Combine”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER. 4 Select the title that you want to combine from the PL Title List, then Editing the disc press ENTER. Following the playlist, the selected playlist is combined. The several playlist were combined so that the total recording time is displayed. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:16:18 02/21 0:05:09 Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info DVD TITLE RETURN Back MENU Original MENU End 67 2H5-01 P60-73 67 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing a playlist Erasing a playlist You can erase the created playlist. Even if you erase the playlist, the original title will not be erased. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the playlist that you want to erase. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Delete”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 By pressing ENTER, the following message screen will appear. Are you sure you want to delete this title? Yes No 4 Press or to select ”Yes” and press ENTER. The selected playlist will be erased. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 1 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 01/31 0:11:09 Select ENTER Enter DISPLAY Info DVD TITLE RETURN Back MENU Original MENU End 68 2H5-01 P60-73 68 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing a playlist Set Index Picture You can set the time that the thumbnail image is registered in the title menu of DVD-RAM/RW (VR mode). 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the PL Title List. 2 Select the original title where a index picture is registered. • Press / / / to select the playlist. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the playlist. • Press or to select “Play”. DVD-RW VR PL Title List 1/ 2 Disc Name:050823 PL Title 01 PL Title 02 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Combine Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER to search a scene where you want to set index picture. Editing the disc The selected title is played back. 4 Press Press SETUP to display Easy Menu. or to select “Set Index Picture”. 5 Search the scene by using each operation button (F.FWD, REW, SKIP +, SKIP -, PAUSE/STILL, SLOW, INSTANT SKIP) for the playback. 6 When the scene you want to set index picture, press ENTER. The position of the set index picture is appeared. 7 The index picture is finished setting. • To display the title menu, press TITLE MENU. • To return to the normal screen, press RETURN. 69 2H5-01 P60-73 69 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing an original title Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. • Load the recorded disc. • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) Changing an original title name 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Tiltle List. 2 Select the original title that you want to rename. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of original title. • Press or to select “Rename”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Title 050611 07/21/2005 07:3- New Playlist 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER. The keyboard screen will appear. The entering method of the title name is the same as for the playlist. See the steps 4 and 5 of “Changing a title name” in “Editing a playlist” (page 62) and enter the title name. NOTES: • The title name can be a maximum of 64 characters. Long names will be shortened in the title menu. • Each press of DVD MENU will change the ORG Title List and the PL Title List. 70 2H5-01 P60-73 70 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing an original title In VR mode, you can edit various Adding a chapter mark items, whereas in Video mode, you You can add a chapter mark to the original title. You can add up to 999 can edit the title names only. chapter marks to one disc. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Title List. 2 Select the original title where a chapter mark is added. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the original title. • Press or to select “Play”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 2/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Title 050611 07/21/2005 07:3- New Playlist 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER to search a scene where you want to add the chapter Editing the disc mark. The selected title is played back. 4 •Press SETUP to display Easy Menu. Press or to select “Add Chapter Mark”. 5 Search the scene by using each operation button (F.FWD, REW, SKIP +, SKIP -, PAUSE/STILL, SLOW, INSTANT SKIP) for the playback. NOTE: You can automatically add a chapter mark in recording. For more informa- tion, see page 29. 71 2H5-01 P60-73 71 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing an original title 6 When the scene you want to add a chapter mark, press ENTER. The position of the added chapter mark is appeared. 7% The added chapter mark 7 If you want to continue to add chapter mark, repeat step 6. 8 The chapter marks are finished adding. • To return to the normal screen, press RETURN. Erasing an unnecessary scene When you want to erase an unnecessary scene from the original title, add a chapter mark before and after an unnecessary scene, then erase a chapter (see page 74). 72 2H5-01 P60-73 72 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing an original title Combining chapters 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Title List. 2 Select the original titles where you want to combine the chapters. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of original title. • Press or to select “Chapter List”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 2/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Title 050611 07/21/2005 07:3- New Playlist 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press Editing the disc ENTER. The Chapter List will appear. 4 Select the chapter that you want to combine. • Press / / / to select the chapter. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of Chapter List. • Press or to select “Combine”. 5 By pressing ENTER,the following message screen will appear. Merge chapter? Yes No 6 Press or to select ”Yes” and press ENTER. 7 The combining chapters are completed. • To display the title menu, press RETURN. • To return to the normal screen, press TITLE MENU. 73 2H5-01 P60-73 73 7/25/05, 23:22

Editing the disc Editing an original title Erasing a chapter You can erase an unnecessary chapter from the original title. Erase the chapter after checking the title. You cannot restore the erased chapter. When you erase the scene, you can increase the disc space. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Title List. 2 Select the original title where a chapter you want to erase. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of original title. • Press or to select “Chapter List”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete New Playlist 07/21/2005 07:3- 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER. The Chapter List screen will appear. • Press / / / to select chapter. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of Chapter List. • Press or to select “Delete”. 01/31/2005 02:50PM 001 SP Chapter List 1/ 2 2005/1/31 2:50PM Length 0:11:09 1 2 Play Title List Delete Combine New Playlist Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE NOTES: MENU End • If the chapter is erased from the original title, the chapter of the 4 By pressing ENTER, the following message screen will appear. playlist is also erased. • Disc space will only be freed up if Are you sure you want to delete this chapter? scenes lasting several minutes are The scene will be also deleted from the playlist including the chapter. deleted. Yes No 5 The Press or to select “YES” and press ENTER. selected chapter will be erased. 74 2H5-01 P74-81 74 7/25/05, 23:23

Editing an original title Erasing an original title You can erase an original title. Erasing the title deletes both the title and the recording saved under that title name. Erase the original title after checking its title. The erased title cannot be restored. In VR mode, when you erase the title, you can increase the disc space. 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Title List. 2 Select the original title you want to erase. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of original title. • Press or to select “Delete”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 1/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Editing the disc New Playlist 07/21/2005 07:3- 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 By pressing ENTER, the following message screen will appear. Are you sure you want to delete this title? If playlists exist. they will be deleted. Yes No 4 The Press or to select “YES” and press ENTER. original title will be erased. NOTE: If the original title is erased, the cre- ated playlist is also erased. 75 2H5-01 P74-81 75 7/25/05, 23:23

Editing the disc Editing an original title In VR mode, you can edit various Preparation: items, whereas in Video mode, you • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. can edit the title names only. • Load the recorded disc. • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) Set Index Picture You can set the time that the thumbnail image is registered in the title menu of DVD-RAM/RW (VR mode). 1 Press TITLE MENU to display the ORG Title List. 2 Select the original title where a index picture is registered. • Press / / / to select the original title. • Press ENTER to display the editing menu of the original title. • Press or to select “Play”. DVD-RW VR ORG Title List 2/ 5 Disc Name:050823 01/31/2005 02:5- 02/21/2005 10:0- 05/15/2005 11:1- 01/31 0:11:09 02/21 0:05:09 05/15 0:05:09 Play Chapter List Rename Delete Title 050611 07/21/2005 07:3- New Playlist 06/12 0:15:09 07/21 0:08:09 Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back TITLE MENU End 3 Press ENTER to search a scene where you want to set index picture. The selected title is played back. 4 Press Press SETUP to display Easy Menu. or to select “Set Index Picture”. 5 Search the scene by using each operation button (F.FWD, REW, SKIP +, SKIP -, PAUSE/STILL, SLOW, INSTANT SKIP) for the playback. 6 When the scene you want to set index picture, press ENTER. The position of the set index picture is appeared. 7 The index picture is finished setting. • To display the title menu, press TITLE MENU. • To return to the normal screen, press RETURN. 76 2H5-01 P74-81 76 7/25/05, 23:23

Changing a disc name You can change a disc name from Preparation: the Setup Menu. • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. • Load the recorded DVD disc. • Press DVD to select the DVD mode. (The DVD indicator will light.) Changing a disc name 1 Press SETUP to display the Easy Menu. 2 •• Press to select “Setup Menu”. Press ENTER to display the setup menu. • Press / / / to select “DISC”. • Press or to select “Rename Disc” and press ENTER. DISC Initialize Proceed Finalize Protect Dise Rename Disc DVD-RAM Phyaical Format Select ENTER Enter RETURN Back Editing the disc SETUP End 3 Press ENTER. The keyboard screen will appear. 4 Use the keyboard screen to enter the disc name. ---- Space Delete OK Cancel NOTES: • The disc name can be a maximum 5 Select “OK”, then press ENTER to return the setup menu. It returns to the DISC menu. of 64 characters. Long names will be shortened in the title menu. • For using the keyboard screen, see “Using the keyboard screen” (page 78). • A DVD-R disc cannot be named af- ter it is finalized. 77 2H5-01 P74-81 77 7/25/05, 23:23

Editing the disc Changing a disc name Using the keyboard screen Selecting between uppercase and lowercase This section explains the function of the keyboard screen letters and how to input characters. The disc name and the You can select either uppercase or lowercase letters title name can be changed using the keyboard screen. when modifying your titles, using the keyboard screen. ---- 1 Press / / / to select “CAPS”. 2 below. Press or to select the type of letters in the list Numbers/Signs: This is used for inputting num- bers/signs. CAPS: Inputs all with uppercase letters. small: Inputs all with lowercase letters. Determining a name Space Delete OK Cancel To determine the entered disc name and title name, press / / / to select “OK”, then press ENTER. Inputting characters The keyboard screen disappears and the display will 1 Press input. / / / to select the character to be return to the Disc menu. Cancelling character input When you want to cancel the input and changed char- 2 Press ENTER. The selected character will be input. acters, press / / / to select “Cancel”, then press ENTER. The input and changed characters are cancelled and Erasing a character the Disc menu will appear. You can erase the input character. 1 Press / / / to select “Delete”. 2 Press ENTER. The last input character will be erased. 3 The To erase the characters continuously, press ENTER. input characters will be erased from the last to the first one. 78 2H5-01 P74-81 78 7/25/05, 23:23

Dubbing Dubbing a tape onto a disc Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. You can record video or audio on • Load a source video tape and a disc for recording. a video tape onto a disc. • Remove the erase protection tab of the source video tape to prevent the data from accidentally being erased. • Confirm the disc space before operation. 1 Press DVD to set this unit to DVD mode. The DVD indicator will light. 2 Press REC MODE/SPEED and select the recording mode. • When REC MODE/SPEED is pressed each time, “SP”, “LP”, “SLP” or “XP” is selected in this order. • The recording mode is indicated on both the TV screen and the display window. • For the details of the recording mode, see page 50. 3 Press VCR and set the unit to VCR mode. NOTE: Confirm that the VCR indicator lights. 4 Press DUBBING. • The unit is changed to DVD mode automatically. • The VCR is waiting for playback and the DVD is waiting for re- cording. Then the following message will appear. Dubbing 5 Press ENTER. DUBBING, or press or to select “Yes” and press Dubbing starts. • To cancel dubbing, press STOP, or select “No” and press EN- TER. Confirm dubbing from VCR to DVD. Yes No NOTES: In dubbing, during VCR playback, DVD recording and “dub” (dub- • Dubbing cannot be accomplished bing) indicator appear on the display window. when - a copy protected tape is used. - disc protection is set. - disc has no recording space. • Dubbing stops when - the video tape is played back to the end and stops. - recording space becomes full. Video playback DVD recording • The videos recorded from TV pro- grams or movies can be used only for your personal enjoyment with- out permission of the copyright 6 Press STOP to stop dubbing. holder. 79 2H5-01 P74-81 79 7/25/05, 23:23

Dubbing Dubbing a disc onto a tape Preparation: • Turn ON the TV and set to the video input mode. You can record both video and • Load a source disc and a video tape for recording. audio from a disc to a video tape. • Confirm the remaining tape for recording before operation. When a disc with a copy guard is used, a distorted image is re- corded onto the video tape. 1 Press VCR to set this unit to VCR mode. The VCR indicator will light. 2 Press REC MODE/SPEED and select the recording mode. • When REC MODE/SPEED is pressed each time, “SP” or “SLP” is selected. • The recording mode is indicated on both the TV screen and the display window. • For the details of the recording mode, see page 46. 3 Press DVD and set the unit to DVD mode. NOTE: Confirm that the DVD indicator lights. 4 Press DUBBING. • The DVD is waiting for playback and the VCR is waiting for re- cording. Then the following message appears. 5 Press TER. DUBBING, or press or to select “Yes” and press EN- Dubbing starts. NOTES: • To cancel dubbing, press STOP, or select “No” and press EN- • Dubbing cannot be accomplished TER. when - a copy protected disc is used. Confirm dubbing from DVD to VCR. - the erase prevention tab of video tape is removed. • Dubbing stops when Yes No - the disc is played back to the end and stops. - recording space becomes full. In dubbing, during DVD playback, VCR recording and “dub” (dub- • During dubbing, the unit is bing) indicator appear on the display window. changed to interlaced scan mode automatically if it has been previ- ously set to progressive scan mode. • If no special permission is obtained from the copyright owner, videos recorded from TV programs or Video recording DVD playback movies can only be used for your own personal enjoyment. 6 Press STOP to stop dubbing. Dubbing only the specified titles or the playlist When you want to dub only specific titles or playlists recorded on the disc, start the playback of the desired title or playlist, and then immediately press DUBBING, STOP or PAUSE/STILL. If you press DUBBING, proceed from step 5 above. If you press STOP or PAUSE/STILL, proceed from step 4 above. The first few seconds of the title or playlist may not be recorded. When playback of the desired title or playlist is completed, press STOP to stop dubbing. If you don’t press STOP, dubbing will continue. 80 2H5-01 P74-81 80 7/25/05, 23:23

Dubbing using other equipment You can connect another VCR or camcorder for dubbing. Typical connection: When using this unit as a recording device Playback VCR Playback Camcorder To AV jack To Video OUT To Audio (R) OUT Recording VCR To Audio (L) OUT AUDIO/VIDEO cable (supplied) Recording VCR To Video IN To Audio (R) IN To Audio (L) IN AUDIO/VIDEO cable (not supplied) To Video IN To Audio (R) IN You can also connect to the audio/video input jack (L1) at the rear side To Audio (L) IN of this unit. In addition, each S-Video input jack at the front and rear sides can also be used. When you use S-Video input jack, set the Line1 Input/Line2 Input setting to “S-Video” (see page 27). NOTES: • If using a monaural VCR or other When a video is recorded using this unit equipment, connect Audio (L) IN Preparation: jack to Audio OUT using only one Dubbing • Turn ON the TV and set the unit to the video input mode. audio cable. • Load a video tape where the erase-protection tab is not activated or • When this unit is used as a play- a disc with enough recording space. back device, a mark or a charac- • To record onto a video tape, set the unit to VCR mode, whereas to ter displayed on the screen is also record onto a disc, set it to DVD mode. dubbed as an image. When the screen display is set to OFF, see “Display” on page 26. 1 Press INPUT SELECT and set the channel to L2 (or L1). L1 (LINE 1): on the rear panel • If no special permission is obtained L2 (LINE 2): on the front panel from the copyright owner, videos Confirm that L2 (or L1) appears on the display window. recorded from TV programs or movies can only be used for your own personal enjoyment. • You may not dub a copy protected video or DVD disc. • The audio mode for the audio in- 2 Press REC MODE/SPEED and select the recording mode. VCR: SP or SLP (See page 46) put jack can be selected, choos- DVD: SP, LP, SLP or XP (See page 50) ing either stereo or monaural. Se- lect “External Audio Input” from Easy Menu and select from the be- low. 3 Press REC/OTR on this unit, then press PAUSE/STILL. Stereo: The sound is treated as stereo sound. 4 Press the PLAY button on the playback device, then press the PAUSE/STILL button. L CH: The sound is treated as the monaural sound of R CH: the left channel. The sound is treated as 5 Release the recording pause and the playback still simultaneously to begin the duplicating process. the monaural sound of the right channel. 6 Press STOP to stop dubbing. 81 2H5-01 P74-81 81 7/25/05, 23:23

Additional information Glossary A-B Repeat Playback DVD menu Playback that repeats between two set points, A and Menu recorded on a DVD-Video that enables the user B. to select subtitles language, audio, etc. angle finalize Recorded onto some DVD discs are scenes which Operation that enables discs recorded or edited with have been simultaneously shot from a number of dif- this unit to be played back on other DVD players. ferent angles (the same scene is shot from the front, Instant replay from the left side, from the right side, etc.). With such If INSTANT REPLAY is pressed during disc playback, discs, you can select the angle from which to view playback returns to a point 10 seconds earlier and the scene. resumes. auto chapter Instant skip Feature that automatically makes chapter marks on When pressed during playback, playback forwards 30 a DVD disc during recording. seconds ahead and resumes. auto clock interlaced scanning Feature that automatically sets the internal clock. Technology that alternately displays odd-numbered blue background scanning lines and even-numbered scanning lines. Feature that automatically changes unpleasant noise Also called “480i”, “i” means “interlace”. images to a blue screen when a channel without a LetterBox broadcast or a channel on which the broadcast has Feature that displays black bands above and below ended has been selected. playback images during playback of a disc recorded CABLE in wide (16:9) format on a 4:3 TV connected to this Cable television. unit. chapter MP3 A section within a title is called a “chapter”. One type of audio compression that uses MPEG1. This format compresses the sound to use up about 1/ Chase playback 10 of the original file space, with minimal loss of sound Feature that playback from the beginning of a pro- quality. gram currently being recorded. Music list copy guard Screen that appears when an Audio CD or MP3/WMA Copyright protection signal. Software and broadcasts CD is inserted. that contain this signal cannot be recorded. original title Dolby Digital The file created by recording something is called an Dolby® Digital Recording enables consumers to “original title”. record high-quality video with stereo sound on recordable DVD discs. The technology, when OTR utilized instead of PCM recording, also saves One-touch Timer Recording. Start a timed recording recordable disc space, allowing for higher video by pressing just one button (up to 6 hours). resolution or extended recording time on each DVD. Pan&Scan DVDs created using Dolby Digital Recording will Feature that cuts the left and right edges of playback play back on all DVD-Video players. images to a 4:3 size during playback of a disc recorded Manufactured under license from Dolby in wide (16:9) format on a 4:3 TV connected to this Laboratories. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are unit. trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. parental control DTS Some discs control viewing according to the age of This is a digital sound system developed by Digital the viewer. A control level can be set for those types Theater Systems for use in cinemas. This system uses of discs. 6 audio channels and provides accurate sound field positioning and realistic acoustics. (By connecting a DTS Digital Surround decoder, you can also listen to DTS Digital Surround sound.) 82 2H5-01 P82-87 82 7/25/05, 23:23

Glossary parental control settings track Level 1: Adult discs and general discs (R-rated A song on an Audio CD is called a “track”. discs included) cannot be played back. Level 2 to 3: Adult discs and R-rated discs cannot be Video mode played back. This recording format is compatible with commercially Level 4 to 7: Adult discs cannot be played back. available DVD players. (Level 4 to 7 discs contain content chil- VR mode dren age 15 and younger may not see.) This recording format is the basic DVD-RW recording Level 8: Virtually all discs can be played back format, and lets you enjoy the various editing func- without restriction. tions available with this unit. PBS Acronym for Public Broadcast System. The PBS chan- nel transmits data for auto clock setting. Photos list Screen that appears when JPEG CD is inserted. playlist User-created titles based on each original title. Progressive scan Technology that simultaneously displays odd-num- bered scanning lines and even-numbered scanning lines from top to bottom. Also called “480p”, “p” means “progressive”. region number There is software that enables DVD playback in dif- fering countries. The number of that kind of disc is called the “region number”. SETUP MENU Menu that contains settings for various features of this unit, such as recording and playback. Timer record- Additional information ing is also set from the SETUP MENU. slide show Technique for flipping through and viewing many im- ages (JPEG files). subtitle language Language used for subtitles of movies, etc. Viewers can watch in a language of their choice. surround Technology that converts audio that is not recorded in surround sound into audio that assimilates surround sound. title A program recorded on a disc is called a “title”. title menu Menu that lists titles and tracks recorded on the disc. It is used for playback and disc editing. top menu Menu on a DVD-Video for selecting chapters for play- back, subtitle language, etc. Some DVD-Video call this top menu “Title”. 83 2H5-01 P82-87 83 7/25/05, 23:23

Additional information Language code list Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “DVD Menu”, “Audio” and/or “Subtitle” (see page 28). Language Name Code Language Name Code Language Name Code Language Name Code Abkhazian 1112 Fiji 1620 Lingala 2224 Singhalese 2919 Afar 1111 Finnish 1619 Lithuanian 2230 Slovak 2921 Afrikaans 1116 French 1628 Macedonian 2321 Slovenian 2922 Albanian 2927 Frisian 1635 Malagasy 2317 Somali 2925 Amharic 1123 Galician 1722 Malay 2329 Spanish 1529 Arabic 1128 Georgian 2111 Malayalam 2322 Sundanese 2931 Armenian 1835 German 1415 Maltese 2330 Swahili 2933 Assamese 1129 Greek 1522 Maori 2319 Swedish 2932 Aymara 1135 Greenlandic 2122 Marathi 2328 Tagalog 3022 Azerbaijani 1136 Guarani 1724 Moldavian 2325 Tajik 3017 Bashkir 1211 Gujarati 1731 Mongolian 2324 Tamil 3011 Basque 1531 Hausa 1811 Nauru 2411 Tatar 3030 Bengali; Bangla 1224 Hebrew 1933 Nepali 2415 Telugu 3015 Bhutani 1436 Hindi 1819 Norwegian 2425 Thai 3018 Bihari 1218 Hungarian 1831 Oriya 2528 Tibetan 1225 Breton 1228 Icelandic 1929 Panjabi 2611 Tigrinya 3019 Bulgarian 1217 Indonesian 1924 Pashto, Pushto 2629 Tonga 3025 Burmese 2335 Interlingua 1911 Persian 1611 Turkish 3028 Byelorussian 1215 Irish 1711 Polish 2622 Turkmen 3021 Cambodian 2123 Italian 1930 Portuguese 2630 Twi 3033 Catalan 1311 Japanese 2011 Quechua 2731 Ukrainian 3121 Chinese 3618 Javanese 2033 Rhaeto-Romance2823 Urdu 3128 Corsican 1325 Kannada 2124 Romanian 2825 Uzbek 3136 Croatian 1828 Kashmiri 2129 Russian 2831 Vietnamese 3219 Czech 1329 Kazakh 2121 Samoan 2923 Volapük 3225 Danish 1411 Kirghiz 2135 Sanskrit 2911 Welsh 1335 Dutch 2422 Korean 2125 Scots Gaelic 1714 Wolof 3325 English 1524 Kurdish 2131 Serbian 2928 Xhosa 3418 Esperanto 1525 Laothian 2225 Serbo-Croatian 2918 Yiddish 2019 Estonian 1530 Latin 2211 Shona 2924 Yoruba 3525 Faroese 1625 Latvian, Lettish 2232 Sindhi 2914 Zulu 3631 84 2H5-01 P82-87 84 7/25/05, 23:23

Problems and troubleshooting Use the following checklist for troubleshooting when you have problems with your unit. Consult your local dealer or service outlet if problems persist. Be sure all connections are properly made when using with other units. SYMPTOMS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS PAGE DVD/VCR • Make sure the power cord is plugged in. 15 • Try another AC outlet. – DVD/VCR does not operate. • Power is off, check fuse or circuit breaker. – • Unplug unit, then plug it back in. 15 • Select the DVD or VCR mode before operating. 31, 47 • Antenna connection is not correct or antenna cable is discon- 16~19 nected. • The video channel is not in the correct position or the TV is not 22 set to the video channel 3 or 4. No picture. • Check the unit is connected correctly. 16~21 • The video input selector of the TV is not set to VIDEO. Set to – VIDEO (or equivalent). • Channel is set to the external mode. – • Check the unit is connected correctly. 16~21 No sound. • Check the input selector of the amplifier is set properly. – • The unit is in the special playback mode. 34, 48 • Aim at the remote control at the remote sensor. The remote control does not func- • Operate within approx. 7 meters or reduce the light in the room. 15 tion. • Clear the path of the beam. • The batteries are weak. Replace the batteries. • Check the batteries are inserted correctly. No cable TV reception. • Check all Cable TV connections. • Station or Cable TV system problems, try another station. 18, 19 DVD Display is not shown in your lan- Additional information • Select proper language in the SETUP MENU. 28 guage. • No disc is inserted. 31 Playback doesn’t start. • The disc may be dirty. Clean up the disc. 9 • The unit cannot play DVD-ROMs, etc. 9 Cancel playback, search, slow- motion play, repeat play, or program • Some discs may not do some of the functions. – play, etc. cannot be performed. • Check the disc space, using the disc information. 33 • Check the disc for protection. 30 • Check if the video to be recorded is not “copy-guarded”. 51 Recording does not work. • Check that the number of recorded titles is 99 or less, using the 33, 50 disc information. • In a DVD-RW of Ver.1.0, recording in Video mode does not work. 10 Check the disc type. • Check that the disc is finalized. 30 A recorded disc using this recorder • Some DVD players will not play even if the disc has been final- 11, 30 cannot be played back in other ized. players. • If the disc was recorded in VR mode, the other player must be 11, 30 RW compatible in order to play the disc. 85 2H5-01 P82-87 85 7/25/05, 23:23

Additional information Problems and troubleshooting / Video head cleaning SYMPTOMS POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS PAGE VCR TV recording does not work. • The erase prevention tab of the video cassette is broken off. 46, 52 • The unit is in the external input mode. • The time is not set correctly. 25 Timer recording does not work. • The recording start/end time is not set correctly. 56 • TIMER REC has not been pressed ( is not lit). 57 • Tracking adjustment beyond range of automatic tracking circuit. 48 Try manual tracking adjustment. Noise bars on screen. • Video heads are dirty. below • The tape is worn or damaged. – OTHER No picture, or screen is blurred or • The progressive scan mode is active though the unit is divided into two parts. connected to a TV via the VIDEO OUT jack. 45 No 4:3 (16:9) picture. • The setup does not match your TV. 26 No on-screen display. • Select DISPLAY to “ON”. 26 No surround sound. • The setup does not match your stereo system. 21 The unit or remote operation key is • Turn off the unit and unplug the AC power cord for several min- – not functioning. utes, then replug it. Playback does not start when the title is selected. • Check the Parental setup. 24 Audio soundtrack and/or subtitle language is not changed when you • Multilingual language is not recorded on the DVD disc. 28 playback a DVD. No subtitles. • Some discs have no subtitles. 28, 39 • Subtitles are cleared. Press SUBTITLE. Angle cannot be changed. • Multi-angles are not recorded on the DVD disc. – “ ” appears on the screen. • The function is prohibited with the unit or the disc. – Video head cleaning Video head clogging The video heads are meant by which the DVD/VCR reads the picture from the tape during playback. In the unlikely event that the heads become dirty enough to be clogged, no picture will be played back. This can easily be determined if, during playback of a known good tape, there is good sound, but no picture (picture is extremely snowy). If this is the case, DVD/VCR must checked by qualified service personnel. NOTES: • DO NOT ATTEMPT TO CLEAN THE VIDEO HEADS OR SERVICE THE UNIT BY REMOVING THE REAR COVER. • Video heads may eventually wear out and should be replaced when they fail to produce clear pictures. • To help prevent video head clogging, use only good quality VHS tapes. Discard worn out tapes. 86 2H5-01 P82-87 86 7/25/05, 23:23

Error/Warning message list ERROR/WARNING MESSAGE CAUSE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS General System error. The power was shut down without com- Wait until the message disappears. Please wait. pleting the termination process due to a power failure or disconnection of the AC cord plug. (Abnormal termination) System error. The data restoration was completed. Press ENTER, then the screen re- Disc might be failed. turns to the normal display. The Press ENTER. data may not be restored even if the restoration process is performed. Disc error. A scratch or contamination was found on Check the disc and reload it, or use the disc. another disc for recording. Incorrect disc. The disc cannot be identified. Check the disc and load a proper disc. Playback Cannot playback. A scratch or contamination was found on Check the disc and reload it, or use the disc. another disc for recording. Region code error. A disc specified other than “Region 1” or A disc specified other than “Region “Region ALL” was loaded. 1” or “Region ALL” cannot be played back. Recording Cannot record. Recording was tried onto the disc which Load a recordable disc. does not support recording. • Adding data was tried onto the disc re Load another disc for recording. corded in the other unit. • Adding data was tried to the disc where PC data was recorded. Cannot record. Disc erase-protection is applied. Select “Off ” to cancel the disc Disc protected. protection from Setup Menu (DISC). Or slide the protect switch to off on the DVD-RAM cartridge itself. Cannot record. Recording was tried onto the finalized Undo finalization or load another Disc finalized. disc. disc for recording. Data is being written to the The recording termination is processing. Wait until the process is completed. disc. No space on the disc. Disc became full during recording. Erase unnecessary titles or load Additional information another disc and restart recording. Cannot record, exceeds 99 titles were recorded on the disc. Erase unnecessary titles or load limited number of titles. another disc. Cannot record. Recording was attempted on a copy You cannot record a copy protected Protected image. protected video. video. The operation cannot be An invalid key pressed during timer re- Wait until the timer recording is com- executed during timer cording standby and recording. plete. recording standby and recording. Cancel T-REC standby after Timer recording is standing by. Cancel the timer recording standby executing this operation. mode. Dubbing Unable to shift during • A copy protected tape is used Load another video tape or disc for duplication process. • Disc protection is set. recording and restart. Duplication aborted. Copying interrupted. The video tape or disc became full during Load another video tape or disc for dubbing. recording and restart. NOTE: Any error/warning message other than those above might appear. Take measures against such a mes- sage by seeing the possible solutions above. 87 2H5-01 P82-87 87 7/25/05, 23:23

Additional information Specifications GENERAL Power supply: AC 120V 60Hz Power consumption: Operation: 29W Standby: 2.5W (if display window is off.) Weight: 12.1 lbs (5.5 kg) Dimensions: Width : 16-15/16 inches (430 mm) Height : 3-1/2 inches (89.5 mm) Depth : 12-9/16 inches (318.5 mm) Operating temperature: 41°F to 95°F (5°C to 35°C) Operating humidity: Less than 80% RH Inputs/Outputs: Video: In: 1Vp-p/75 ohm Out: 1Vp-p/75 ohm Audio: In: –8dBm/50k ohm Out: –8dBm/1k ohm Antenna: UHF/VHF IN/OUT: 75 ohm coaxial VCR section Video head: 4 Rotary Heads Audio track: Hi-Fi Sound - 2 Tracks / MONO Sound - 1 Track Tuner: 181 Channel Freq. Synthesized VHF 2-13 UHF 14-69 Cable TV 14-36 (A)-(W) 37-59 (AA)-(WW) 60-85 (AAA)-(ZZZ) 86-94 (86)-(94) 95-99 (A-5)-(A-1) 100-125 (100)-(125) 01 (5A) RF channel output: Channel 3 or 4, Switchable F.FWD/REW Time: Approx. 1 minute and 48 seconds (with T-120 Cassette Tape)(at+25˚C) Hi-Fi frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz Hi-Fi dynamic range: More than 90dB DVD section Signal system: NTSC Applicable disc: DVD (12cm), CD (12cm) Recording format: DVD-Video Recording (VR mode) DVD-VIDEO (Video mode) Recording discs: DVD-RAM, DVD-RW, DVD-R Recording time: XP: Approx. 60 min (based on a 4.7GB disc) SP: Approx. 120 min LP: Approx. 240 min SLP: Approx. 360 min Audio characteristics frequency response: DVD: 4Hz - 22kHz CD: 4Hz - 20kHz S/N Ratio: 90dB Harmonic distortion: Less than 1% Wow and flutter: Less than 0.01% Wrms Dynamic range: More than 90dB Output: Video : (RCA) 1 Vp-p/75 ohm Audio : (RCA) –12 dBm/1k ohm Digital Audio : 0.5Vp-p/75 ohm Pickup: CD : Wavelength: 780 nm Maximum output power: 8.5 mW DVD : Wavelength: 660 nm Maximum output power: 120 mW ACCESSORIES: Remote control (SE-R0180) x 1 75 ohm Coaxial Cable x 1 AUDIO/VIDEO Cable x 1 Battery AAA x 2 • This model complies with the above specifications. • Designs and specifications are subject to change without notice. • This model may not be compatible with features and/or specifications that may be added in the future. 88 2H5-01 P88-90 88 7/23/05, 1:32 PM

Limited warranty Limited United States Warranty Digital Audio Video ("DAV") Product - Depot Repair Warranty Toshiba America Consumer Products, L.L.C. ("TACP") makes the following limited warranties to original consumers in the United States. THESE LIMITED WARRANTIES EXTEND TO THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER OR ANY PERSON RECEIVING THIS DAV PRODUCT AS A GIFT FROM THE ORIGINAL CONSUMER PURCHASER AND TO NO OTHER PURCHASER OR TRANSFEREE. DAV PRODUCTS PURCHASED IN THE U.S.A. AND USED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES. DAV PRODUCTS PURCHASED ANYWHERE OUTSIDE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, CANADA AND MEXICO, AND USED IN THE U.S.A., ARE NOT COVERED BY THESE WARRANTIES. Limited Ninety (90) Day Warranty on Labor Owner's Manual and Product Registration Card TACP warrants this DAV Product and its parts against Read this owner’s manual thoroughly before operating defects in materials or workmanship for a period of ninety this DAV Product. (90) days after the date of original retail purchase. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S Complete and mail the enclosed product registration card OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PART or register your DAV Product on-line at WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PART WITHOUT www.tacp.toshiba.com/service as soon as possible. By registering your DAV Product you will enable TACP to CHARGE TO YOU FOR PARTS OR LABOR. bring you new products specifically designed to meet your needs and help us to contact you in the unlikely event a Limited One (1) Year Warranty on Parts safety notification is required under the U.S. Consumer TACP further warrants the parts in this DAV Product Product Safety Act. Failure to complete and return the against defects in materials or workmanship for a period product registration card does not diminish your warranty of one (1) year after the date of original retail purchase. rights. DURING THIS PERIOD, TACP WILL, AT TACP'S OPTION, REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE PART Your Responsibility WITH A NEW OR REFURBISHED PART WITHOUT THE ABOVE WARRANTIES ARE SUBJECT TO THE CHARGE TO YOU FOR THE PART, PROVIDED THAT IF FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: A DEFECTIVE PART IS REPAIRED OR REPLACED Additional information AFTER NINETY (90) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF (1) You must retain your bill of sale or provide other proof ORIGINAL RETAIL PURCHASE, THE CONSUMER of purchase. SHALL PAY ALL LABOR CHARGES INVOLVED IN THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT THEREOF. (2) All warranty servicing of this DAV Product must be made by the Depot Warranty Repair Center specified by the TACP Consumer Solutions Center. Rental Units The warranty for DAV Product rental units begins on the (3) The warranties from TACP are effective only if the date of the first rental or thirty (30) days after the date of DAV Product is purchased and operated in the shipment to the rental firm, whichever comes first. Continental U.S.A. or Puerto Rico. Commercial Units (4) Labor service charges for set installation, setup, DAV Products sold and used for commercial purposes adjustment of customer controls, and installation or have a limited warranty for all parts and labor, which repair of antenna systems are not covered by this warranty begins on the date of original retail purchase and warranty. Reception problems caused by inadequate ends on the date that is ninety (90) days thereafter. antenna systems are your responsibility. (5) Warranties extend only to defects in materials or workmanship as limited above, and do not extend to any DAV Product or parts that have been lost or discarded by you or to damage to the DAV Product or parts caused by fires, misuse, accident, Acts of God (such as lightning or fluctuations in electric power), improper installation, improper maintenance, or use in violation of instructions furnished by TACP; use or malfunction through simultaneous use of this DAV Product and connected equipment; or to units that have been modified or had the serial number removed, altered, defaced, or rendered illegible. 89 2H5-01 P88-90 89 7/23/05, 1:32 PM

Limited warranty How to Obtain Warranty Services THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL If, after following all of the operating instructions in this RIGHTS AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS manual and checking the section "Troubleshooting," you WHICH MAY VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE find that service is needed: U.S.A. SOME STATES OF THE U.S.A. DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY (1) For instructions on how to obtain warranty service for LASTS, WHEN AN ACTION MAY BE BROUGHT, your DAV Product, contact TACP's Consumer Solution OR THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL Center toll free at 1-800-631-3811. OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE PROVISIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU UNDER (2) You must include a copy or original bill of sale or other SUCH CIRCUMSTANCES. proof of purchase along with the entire DAV Product to the Depot Warranty Repair Center specified by the TACP Consumer Solutions Center. You are responsible for all inbound transportation and insurance charges for the DAV Product to the Depot Warranty Repair Center specified by the TACP Consumer Solutions Center. For additional information, visit TACP's website: www.tacp.toshiba.com ALL WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A., INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE LIMITED WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE. WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ANY WARRANTIES IMPLIED BY THE LAW OF ANY STATE OF THE U.S.A. AS HEREBY LIMITED, THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES, AGREEMENTS, AND SIMILAR OBLIGATIONS OF TACP WITH RESPECT TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF ANY PARTS. IN NO EVENT SHALL TACP BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOST PROFITS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR MODIFICATION OR ERASURE OF RECORDED DATA CAUSED BY USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS DAV PRODUCT). No person, agent, distributor, dealer, or company is authorized to change, modify, or extend the terms of these warranties in any manner whatsoever. The time within which an action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of TACP arising under the warranty or under any statute or law of the United States or any state thereof is hereby limited to ninety (90) days from the date you discover, or should have discovered, the defect. This limitation does not apply to implied warranties arising under state law. 90 2H5-01 P88-90 90 7/23/05, 1:32 PM

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