Sharp TU-T2HR32 manual

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    Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of [...]

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    2 OPERA TION MANUAL ENGLISH The illustrations and the OSD in this operation manual are for explanati[...]

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    3 Important safety precautions Cleaning—Unplug the AC power adapter from the AC outlet before clea[...]

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    4 Remote control unit MUTE 1 V olume on/off. NUMERIC BUTTONS 2 Set the channel Enter desired numbers[...]

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    5 Recorder (fr ont view) TU-T2HR32 HD + 12 a 1 (Power button) Display 2 Recorder (r ear view) RF IN [...]

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    6 Supplied accessories Remote Control Unit ( x 1) Power Adaptor ( x 1) RF Cable ( x 1) MUTE LIBRARY [...]

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    7 Inserting the batteries Before using the Recor der for the first time, insert the two supplied “[...]

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    8 Initial installation overview Follow the steps below one by one when using the Recorder for the fi[...]

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    9 Before turning on the power RF IN RF OUT USB ETHERNET SPDIF HDMI VCR DC 12V DC - + TV IN RS-232 OP[...]

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    10 Daily operation Switching on/off Standby mode Select standby mode E If the Recorder is switched o[...]

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    11 W atching TV Channel List Basic operation Display/close the Channel guide E Press 1 Menu. Press 2[...]

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    12 W atching TV Selecting a programme using the EPG Basic operation Display/close the EPG screen E P[...]

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    13 W atching TV T railer bookings When the receiver detects a trailer booking suggestion is being br[...]

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    14 Recor ding TV Recording a pr ogramme Record a pr ogramme now Press the REC button on the r emote [...]

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    15 Before connecting ... E Be sure to turn off the Recorder and any external equipment before making[...]

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    16 SCART connection Example of connectable devices HD Ready TV E DVD Recorder E RF IN RF OUT USB ETH[...]

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    17 Audio connections SPDIF connection Example of connectable devices Dolby Digital Surround Sound Sy[...]

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    18 What is the MAIN MENU? Y ou need to call up the on screen display (OSD) to perform settings for t[...]

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    19 A V Settings Settings Default Recording Mode Add to Start of Recording Add to End of Recording Ex[...]

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    20 A V Settings Menu T ranspar ency This function allows you to adjust the transparency of the OSDs.[...]

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    21 Languages Settings Subtitle Language Audio Language Audio Description Language Exit Menu Select [...]

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    22 Parental Contr ol The Parental Contr ol feature allows you to pr event accidental changes being m[...]

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    23 Freeview+ Settings Default Recording Mode Add to Start of Recording Add to End of Recording Exit [...]

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    24 General Settings A V Settings Languages Parental Control General Auto Standby Power Save in Stand[...]

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    25 Basic adjustment Manually tuning channels General Manual tune Y ou can manually tune new services[...]

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    26 Library Display/close the LIBRAR Y screen E Press the LIBRAR Y button on the remote control or se[...]

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    27 T r oubleshooting The following conditions in the table below do not always indicate a problem. P[...]

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    28 Specifications Item TU-T2HR32 Digital T errestrial HD Recorder for Freeview HD T uner / Demodulat[...]

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    29 Item TU-T2HR32 Digital T errestrial HD Recorder for Freeview HD Software Upgrade Over Air Downloa[...]

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    30 End of life disposal Attention: Y our product is marked with this symbol. It means that used elec[...]

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    31 Important Notice Digital Switchover and Y our TV Equipment WHA T YOU NEED TO DO TO ENJOY WA TCHIN[...]

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    32 TERMS OF GUARANTEE Sharp Electronics (UK) Ltd. (“Sharp”) guarantees to provide for the repair[...]

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    33 Notes TU-T2HR32_GB.indd 33 TU-T2HR32_GB.indd 33 29/06/2010 15:16:49 29/06/2010 15:16:49[...]

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    TU-T2HR32 EN-05/10-dcs-8670 TU-T2HR32_GB.indd 34 TU-T2HR32_GB.indd 34 29/06/2010 15:16:49 29/06/2010[...]