Sharp DV-HR300H manual

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    DVD RECORDER WITH HARD DISC MODEL 2 • The region number f or this recorder is 2 DV-HR350H DV-HR300[...]

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    2 This equipment complies with the requirements of Directives 89/336/EEC and 73/23/EEC as amended by[...]

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    3 SAFETY INFORMA TION Power Cord Protection T o avoid any malfunctions of the Recorder , and to prot[...]

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    4 Contents SAFETY INFORMA TION .............................. 3 Features ...........................[...]

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    5 Contents MP3 File Playback ....................................... 63 T o Play Another File (music[...]

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    6 Features 1 DVD-RW/R recording/playback with outstanding compatibility • This Recorder is compati[...]

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    7 Remote control unit T wo R-03 size batteries (“AAA” size, UM/SUM-4) for the remote contr ol un[...]

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    8 Precautions about Using This Product Do not use at locations at high temperature. • If you leave[...]

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    9 Precautions about Using This Product Upkeep of cabinet • The cabinet sur face employs a lot of p[...]

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    10 About Hard Disc (HDD) This Recorder has a built in hard disc (abbreviated “HDD”) for recordin[...]

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    11 About DVD T ypes of Discs that Can Be Used with This Recorder • Since this Recorder is compatib[...]

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    12 About DVD *6 About MP3 file format MP3 files are audio data compr essed in MPEG1 Audio layer 3 fi[...]

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    13 Recording Formats • There are two recor ding for mats available with this Recorder: the VR mode[...]

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    14 Objective • When you want to play back a recor ded disc with a DVD player or DVD Video compatib[...]

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    15 Initialization and Finalization Initialization (Formatting) Initialization is required when using[...]

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    16 About the Contents of the Disc Icons Used on DVD V ideo Disc Case When you buy a DVD Video disc, [...]

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    17 Place the disc in the centre of the disc case and store the case and disc upright. Avoid storing [...]

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    18 Major Components Main Unit (Front) Front Panel Display 1 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2 3 4 5 [...]

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    19 Major Components VIDEO Plus + 1 2 7 9 11 16 17 13 14 15 18 12 10 8 6 5 4 3 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2[...]

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    20 Major Components 1 While pressing Y down, slide the battery cover in the direction of the arrow .[...]

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    21 VIDEO Plus + Operating a TV Using the Remote Control ( Universal Remote Control ) The Universal R[...]

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    22 Basic Connection Connection Using Antenna Cables and SCART Cables The following connection is the[...]

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    23 The Recorder Video/Audio cable (supplied) TV To S-VIDEO output jack To S-video input jack S-video[...]

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    24 VIDEO Plus + Auto Installation Using the AUTO INST ALLA TION for initial setting When the Recorde[...]

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    25 VIDEO Plus + Auto Installation 5 Once Automatic T uning is com- plete, the MOVE menu screen will [...]

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    26 VIDEO Plus + About ST ART MENU About ST ART MENU With this Recorder , you can call up functions l[...]

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    27 5 Press / | to select “ DA TE ” , then enter the date using the Number buttons or ' / [...]

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    28 Channel Setting This Recorder can r eceive a maximum of 84 channels as shown below by presetting [...]

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    29 Channel Setting VIDEO Plus + Deleting Channels If there is a channel you want to delete fr om the[...]

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    30 Post Code Security This feature should allow the Police to identify you as the owner of the Recor[...]

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    31 Content of TV Screen Display When the power is turned on or the channel is switched. 1 Preset cha[...]

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    32 Checking the Channel, Remaining Time of DVD and Number of T itles When DVD button on the front of[...]

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    33 Preparation to Operate This Recorder VIDEO Plus + 1 2 4 3 HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-RW DV[...]

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    34 T ime Shift V iewing/Chasing Playback 2 Chasing Playback Y ou return home earlier than expected w[...]

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    35 Time Shift V iewing HDD 1 Press TIME SHIFT while viewing a programme. • Pause screen will be di[...]

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    36 Recording to HDD This section explains recor ding on the hard disc (HDD). (For information on rec[...]

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    37 Recording to HDD Direct Recording to HDD HDD Explained below is the standard pr ocedure for recor[...]

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    38 This section explains recor ding on the DVD (For information on recording to HDD, see page 36 .) [...]

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    39 Recording to DVD 2 Set a DVD-RW or DVD-R disc. • When a new DVD-RW disc not initialized yet is [...]

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    40 Setting Recording Mode (HDD/DVD) NOTE • Higher recording mode means higher pictur e quality and[...]

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    41 Setting the Manual Recording Mode (MN) HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-RW DVD-R Y ou can set th[...]

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    42 T imer Recording VIDEO Plus + VIDEO Plus + Timer Recording with VIDEO Plus+ ® system HDD VR MODE[...]

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    43 T imer Recording VIDEO Plus + • The “ VIDEO Plus+ ” screen is displayed. If you want to ent[...]

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    44 Timer Recording by Specifying Date, Time and Channel HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-RW DVD-R T[...]

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    45 9 Press ' / " or the Number buttons to enter the stop time, then press | . • For exam[...]

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    46 T imer Recording VIDEO Plus + Confirm, Change and Cancel a Timer Programme HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VID[...]

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    47 Dubbing (HDD/DVD) Dubbing Method and Dubbing T ypes Y ou can dub from HDD to DVD and DVD to HDD. [...]

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    48 Title Name and Chapter Mark Copied during Dubbing • Title name and chapter mark are as follows:[...]

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    49 When “MANUAL SETTING (MN)” is selected: • Set picture quality with / | | | | | , [...]

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    50 Dubbing (HDD/DVD) VIDEO Plus + T o Stop Dubbing Press DUBBING. • Y ou can also stop dubbing by [...]

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    51 Eliminating problems (Recording, Timer Recording, Dubbing) When Y ou Cannot Record Problem Sugges[...]

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    52 Eliminating problems (Recording, T imer Recording, Dubbing) When Y ou Cannot T imer Record Proble[...]

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    53 REC LIST : If you select the programme you want to watch from the list of recorded programmes (RE[...]

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    54 Playback from REC LIST HDD 1 Press HDD to select HDD mode. • The HDD button on the front of the[...]

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    55 HDD Playback Playback by Selecting Title Number (Direct Playback) HDD Y ou can star t playback fr[...]

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    56 HDD Playback VIDEO Plus + Other T ypes of Playback HDD • This section explains other types of H[...]

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    57 4 Press SET/ENTER . Example: Repeat playback of a title (TITLE) 5 Press (INPUT) to return to norm[...]

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    58 DVD/CD Playback This section explains playback of DVD-RW/R discs recor ded with this Recorder , c[...]

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    59 Audio CD/V ideo CD Playback VIDEO CD AUDIO CD Preparation Press DVD and load a disc. • The DVD [...]

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    60 Playback by Selecting a Title (T rack) Number (Dir ect Playback) Press DIRECT , then select title[...]

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    61 4 Press SET/ENTER when you reach the scene you want to end Repeat Playback. • The end point of [...]

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    62 Fast Forward/Reverse • Y ou cannot per form Fast Forward/Fast Reverse over a boundary between t[...]

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    63 CD-R MP3 CD-RW MP3 NOTE • When the DV input is selected, discs cannot be played back if “DV L[...]

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    64 VIDEO Plus + Settings During Playback Function Control Operation Procedur e 1 Press FUNCTION (und[...]

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    65 Settings During Playback Functions which can be set Digital Gamma • If a video is dark and hard[...]

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    66 Simultaneous Recording/Playback Function VIDEO Plus + HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-RW DVD-R [...]

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    67 How to Use the FUNCTION MENU HDD Allows you to call up “HI SP DUB PRIORITY” from REC LIST and[...]

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    68 Editing (HDD/DVD) About Editing Content that can be edited and editing operations vary according [...]

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    69 Edit Screen • There is no frame display for titles recorded (dubbed) with high speed dubbing pr[...]

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    70 VIDEO Plus + Erasing Unnecessary Scenes from an Original Title (ERASE SCENE) HDD VR MODE DVD-RW S[...]

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    71 9 Press Red (B) (CONFIRMING) to confirm the contents. • The title is played back without the sc[...]

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    72 VIDEO Plus + Editing an Original T itle (HDD/DVD) Inputting/Changing T itle Name (CHANGE TITLE NA[...]

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    73 VIDEO Plus + ERASE SCENE CHANGE TITLE NAME CHANGE THUMBNAIL DIVIDE CHAPTER SELECT SCENE FOR THUMB[...]

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    74 Editing an Original T itle (HDD/DVD) VIDEO Plus + ERASE SCENE CHANGE TITLE NAME CHANGE THUMBNAIL [...]

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    75 Editing an Original T itle (HDD/DVD) VIDEO Plus + Combining Chapters T ogether (COMBINE CHAPTERS)[...]

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    76 ERASE ALL TITLES HDD (ORIGINAL) HDD (PLAYLIST) DVD (ORIGINAL) DVD (PLAY LIST) SELECT AN ITEM BELO[...]

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    77 SELECT ENTER PREVIOUS ENTER n COPY TITLE/CHAPTER COPY SPECIFIED SCENE EDIT (HDD PLAYLIST) SPECIFY[...]

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    78 6 Find the place where you want to end copying, then press SET/ ENTER . • If you press RETURN ,[...]

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    79 VIDEO Plus + Editing a Play List (HDD/DVD) 5 Adding a Title or Chap- ter 1 1 1 1 1 Select “ ADD[...]

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    80 VIDEO Plus + Editing a Play List (HDD/DVD) Changing the T itle Sequence (MOVE TITLE) HDD VR MODE [...]

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    81 Editing a Play List (HDD/DVD) VIDEO Plus + Erasing Unnecessary Scenes (ERASE SCENE) HDD VR MODE D[...]

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    82 Enjoying High Quality Sounds Playing 2 Channel Audio with an Analogue Connection NOTE • When co[...]

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    83 Playing 2 Channel Audio with a Digital Connection Enjoying High Quality Sounds Digital Connection[...]

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    84 Recording from a Digital Camcorder Using i.LINK HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-RW DVD-R • Wh[...]

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    85 Recording with This Recor der (DV Capture) 1 Press HDD or DVD to select the media to record to. 2[...]

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    86 Recording from a Camcorder (VCR) Using an Analogue Connection HDD VR MODE DVD-RW VIDEO MODE DVD-R[...]

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    87 Function Setting AUTO CHAPTER • This sets the interval of automatic chapter setting during reco[...]

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    88 Function Setting VIDEO Plus + Basic Operation for REC. FUNCTION Setting This operation is availab[...]

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    89 Function Setting P ASSWORD • This sets the password for setting or changing Parental Contr ol. [...]

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    90 Function Setting VIDEO Plus + Basic Operation for VIEW/PLA Y SETTING This operation is available [...]

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    91 Function Setting TV MODE • If you switch your TV (i.e. because you have bought a new one) and t[...]

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    92 DNR (DIGIT AL NOISE REDUCTION) • This lets you reduce noise for an easier to view picture when [...]

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    93 LCD BACKLIGHT REC. • This sets whether to tur n the LCD backlight on or off during timer recor [...]

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    94 Function Setting VIDEO Plus + Basic Operation for ADJUSTMENT Setting Example: Setting “VIDEO/AU[...]

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    95 NICAM • This recorder can r eceive and recor d NICAM or A2 broadcasts. NICAM br oadcasts will b[...]

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    96 VIDEO Plus + Basic Operation for MODE SETTING Example : Setting “NICAM” under “MODE SETTING[...]

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    97 Function Setting PRESET • This lets you preset the channels into memory . A maximum of 84 chann[...]

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    98 Function Setting CLOCK • The clock will nor mally be set using the VPS/PDC information when you[...]

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    99 DVD VR MODE INIT . • When recording with a DVD-RW in VR mode, initialize in VR mode before you [...]

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    100 Function Setting VIDEO Plus + Basic Operation f or INITIALIZE/FINALIZE Example: Setting “DVD V[...]

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    101 T roubleshooting The Recorder power does not turn on. The Recorder sounds like it is operating, [...]

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    102 Problem Suggested Solution The playback screen will be disturbed if DVD video is r ecorded to a [...]

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    103 Problem Suggested Solution Timer recor ding was set, but not executed. The timer recor ded conte[...]

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    104 On-screen Error Messages Messages Relating to DVD Discs and the HDD • The following messages a[...]

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    105 On-screen Error Messages RECORDING W AS STOPPED DUE TO FULL DISC. REP AIRING THE DISC. THIS IS A[...]

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    106 On-screen Error Messages CANNOT HIGH SPEED DUB THIS TITLE. TITLE PROTECTION IS SET . CANCEL TITL[...]

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    107 Alternate Recording Angle Chapter Number Chasing Play- back Copy Guard Digital Gamma Digital Sup[...]

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    108 Finalization High Speed Dubbing Prior- ity Initialization Letter Box LB 4:3 Linear PCM Sound MP3[...]

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    109 This is the type of the remote contr ol signal for operating the recorder . Ther e are two types[...]

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    110 General HDD capacity: ................................ 120 GB (DV -HR350H), 80 GB (DV -HR300H) P[...]

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    TERMS OF GU ARANTEE Shar p Electronics (UK) Ltd. (“Sharp”) guarantees to provide f or the repair[...]

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    Printed in Malaysia TINS-B101WJN1 04P05-MSK SHARP CORPORA TION Printed on 100% post-consumer recycle[...]