Philips DVDR3360H User Manual

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Page 1 - User Manual

Hard Disk/ DVD RecorderUser Manual

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English10Special Features‘Time Shift Buffer’Once you switch on this recorder, the programme shown on the TV will be stored into the ‘Time Shift Buffer

Page 3 - Disposal of your old product

English11Main Unita STANDBY-ON 2 – Switch on the recorder or switch off to standby mode.b Disc trayc OPEN CLOSE ç– Opens/closes the disc tray.d Disp

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English12Remote Control a STANDBY-ON 2– Switch on the recorder or switch off to standby mode.b HDD– Enters the HDD content menu. DVD– Switches t

Page 5 - HOWVIEW®

English13Remote Control (continued)n DV– Switches to ‘camera mode’ for camcorder connected to DV IN socket. Recording can be made directly onto the

Page 6 - Table of Contents

English14Remote Control (continued)Using the remote controlA Open the battery compartment.B Insert two batteries of type R06 or AA, following the indi

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English15Step 1: Basic Recorder ConnectionsAN-TENNATVS-VIDEO(Y/C)VIDEO(CVBS)AUDIORLAUDIO / VIDEO OUTCOAXIALDIGITAL AUDIO OUTTO TV - I/OAUX - I/OEXT

Page 8 - Care and Safety Information

English16TIPS: Before making or changing any connections, make sure that all the devices are disconnected from the power outlet.Step 1: Basic Recorde

Page 9 - Product Information

English17Connecting the audio cablesThis connection enables you to listen tothe sound. However, this connection is not required if this recorder is co

Page 10 - Special Features

English18Step 2: Optional ConnectionsAN-TENNATVS-VIDEO(Y/C)VIDEO(CVBS)AUDIORLAUDIO / VIDEO OUTCOAXIALDIGITAL AUDIO OUTTO TV - I/OAUX - I/OEXT1EXT2~

Page 11 - Main Unit

English19TIPS: Before making or changing any connections, make sure that all the devices are disconnected from the power outlet.Step 2: Optional Conn

Page 12 - Remote Control

2For Customer Use:Read carefully the information located at the bottom or rear of your DVD Recorder and enter below the Serial No. Retain this informa

Page 13 - Remote Control (continued)

English20Step 2: Optional Connections (continued)FAN-TENNATVS-VIDEO(Y/C)VIDEO(CVBS)AUDIORLAUDIO / VIDEO OUTCOAXIALDIGITAL AUDIO OUTTO TV - I/OAUX -

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English21TIPS: Before making or changing any connections, make sure that all the devices are disconnected from the power outlet.Step 2: Optional Conn

Page 15 - Connecting the antenna

English22LRBORAOption 2: Using the S-VIDEO In or VIDEO In socketUse the S-VIDEO connection if you have a Hi8 or S-VHS(C) camcorder. It provides good p

Page 16 - Connecting the video cable

English23Step 3: Installation and SetupBefore you start...When you complete theconnections and switch on therecorder for the  rst time, it isadvisabl

Page 17 - Connecting the audio cables

English24Step 3: Installation and Setup (continued)Select the country of your residenceSelect the country of your area for autochannel tuning.OKSETUPA

Page 18 - Step 2: Optional Connections

English25Step 3: Installation and Setup (continued)TIPS: Press X to go access the options of an item in the menu. Press SETUP to exit the menu.C Sele

Page 19 - Connecting to a VCR or

English26Control TV programmesSwitching on to TV programmeCH +-INFOTUNERA Switch on the TV to the correct programme number for the recorder (e.g. ‘EXT

Page 20 - Cable Box/Satellite Receiver

English27Before RecordingAbout temporary HDD storage (Time Shift Buffer)Once you switch on this recorder, the currently selected TV programme will be

Page 21 - Connecting a camcorder

English28Default Recording settings The default recording settings will allow you to preset auto chapter markers and the preferred mode of recording q

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English29Before Recording (continued)GENERAL settings (underlined options are the factory default settings)Auto Chapter Markers You can insert chapte

Page 23 - Setting the OSD language

English3CAUTION VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN. AVOID EXPOSURE TO BEAMADVARSEL SYNLIG OG USYNLIG LASERSTRÅLING VED ÅBNING UNDGÅ UDSÆT

Page 24 - Setting your TV channel

English30IMPORTANT!Unrecordable picturesTelevision programmes,  lms, video tapes, discs, and other materials may be copy-protected and therefore cann

Page 25 - Setting the date & time

English31A Connect the DV camcorder to the DV IN socket on the front panel of this recorder.B Find the footage on the DV camcorder that you want to s

Page 26 - Control TV programmes

English32D Press SOURCE repeatedly to select the correct input channel that matches the connected socket of the device.– { EXT 1 } : EXT 1 TO TV I/O

Page 27 - Before Recording

English33Record on Recordable DVDIMPORTANT!Unrecordable picturesTelevision programmes,  lms, video tapes, discs, and other materials may be copy-prot

Page 28 - Before Recording (continued)

English34Recording from various sourcesYou can choose to copy your recordings from the HDD or an external device to a recordable DVD. The storage capa

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English35TIPS: Ensure that there is suf cient space available on the DVD±R before recording. You have to  nalise the DVD±R before it can be playe

Page 30 - Record on Hard Disk

English36About timer recordingUse ‘Timer Recording’ to automaticallystart and stop a recording at a later date/ time. The recorder will tune to the ri

Page 31 - Stop State: DV

English37TIPS: Set the appropriate mode of record quality for HDD recording, the same record quality will be transferred from HDD to a recordable D

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English38Timer recording (manually)A Switch on the TV. Select the correct Video In channel at the TV. If you are recording directly to a DVD disc, i

Page 33 - Record on Recordable DVD

English39G Press TIMER to exit the menu.H Press STANDBY-ON 2 to turn off the recorder. If the recorder is not in standby mode, a warning message will

Page 35 - System State: Stop

English40Playback from Hard DiskPlayback your HDD recordingsEach recording stored on the HDD isdisplayed in the HDD content menu with an index picture

Page 36 - Timer Recording

English41Playback from DiscPlayable discsUsing this recorder, you can play and record on the following discs:Recording and PlaybackDVD±RW (DVD ReWrita

Page 37 - Timer Recording (continued)

English42Starting disc playback Playback will begin automatically. If the disc has its own menu, this will be loaded. Otherwise, the recorder will l

Page 38 - Timer recording (manually)

English43Playing a recordable DVDA Insert a recordable DVD. The Index Picture screen appears.B Use ST keys to select a title and press PLAY X to star

Page 39 - Changing/ Deleting a timer

English44TIPS: Some discs cannot be played on this recorder due to the con guration and characteristics of the disc, or due to the condition of rec

Page 40 - HDD 10 Titles

English45Additional Playback FeaturesChanging to another title/chapter/trackWhen a disc contains more than onetrack, title or chapter, you can change

Page 41 - Playback from Disc

English46Using INFO optionsOKSELECTINFOA During disc playback, press INFO twice on the remote control. The playback menu appears on the TV.DVDTrick m

Page 42 - Starting disc playback

English47Creating a playlistYou can play the contents of the disc inthe order you want by programming thetracks to be played. A Press INFO on the remo

Page 43 - Directory Playlist

English48Changing subtitle languageThis operation works only on DVDs withmultiple subtitle languages, you canchange the language you want whileplaying

Page 44 - File Play

English49Edit Recordings - HDDAbout HDD title edit menuIn the HDD title edit menu, you canchange the title name, hide unwanted scenes, delete titles,

Page 45 - Additional Playback Features

5This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by US patents. Use of this copyright protection technology must be author

Page 46 - Using INFO options

English50Dividing a titleYou can divide the current title into twonew titles. Each of these titles ischaracterised by its own index picture.Warning! O

Page 47 - Title Playlist

English51Rename a titleThe original title name is automatically generated by the recorder. You can change the disc name by following the steps below.A

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English52Edit Recordings - Recordable DVDAbout disc editing menuThis recorder offers various disc edit options for various disc types. You can change

Page 49 - Edit Recordings - HDD

English53TIPS: No further recording and editing can be carried out on a  nalised recordable DVD. Press DVD to return to the index picture screen.Edi

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English54TIPS: No further recording and editing can be carried out on a  nalised recordable DVD. Press DVD to return to the index picture screen.Edi

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English55Edit Recordings - Recordable DVD (continued)About DVD title editingYou can change the individual titleinformation or delete a title (recordin

Page 52 - Accessing disc editing menu

English56Rename titleThe original title name is generated automatically by the recorder. You can give a new name to the title by following the steps b

Page 53 -  to start

English57About video editingAfter a recording has been made, thisrecorder allows you to edit the video content. You can add/delete chapter marker, hid

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English58Selecting a titleIt shows the current title and the total number of titles in the disc. It also allows you to select another title.A In edit

Page 55 - HQ 00 : 05 : 59

English59Hiding an unwanted chapterYou can choose to hide certain scenes from playback (e.g. skipping a commercial scene) or make it visible again.A C

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English6Table of Contents GeneralCare and Safety Information ...

Page 57 - Edit Mode

English60Setup Menu OptionsAccessing the Setup MenuThe setup menu provides various optionsfor you to adjust the recorder to suityour preferences.OKSET

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English61SETUP settings (underlined options are the factory default settings)Setup Menu Options (continuedMenu Language Selects the menu language for

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English62SETUP settings Setup Menu Options (continuedManual Program 2) Use ST keys to select one of the options and press X.{ Fine Tuning } – Select

Page 60 - Setup Menu Options

English63 Sort Sort your stored TV channels. 1) Use ST keys to highlight { Sort } and press X.  The list of TV channel programmes appears. 2) Us

Page 61 - Setup Menu Options (continued

English64Setup Menu Options (continued)GENERAL settings Auto Chapter Markers Insert chapter markers within a title during recording. This lets

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English65LANGUAGE settingsAudio Language Selects the preferred audio language for DVD playback. Subtitle Language Selects the preferred subtitle lan

Page 63 - (continued)

English66Setup Menu Options (continued)PREFERENCES settings (underlined options are the factory default settings)Change Password Change your password

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English67Setup Menu Options (continued)HDD settings (underlined options are the factory default settings)Save Time Shift Buffer This option allows you

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English68Software UpgradeInstalling the latest softwarePeriodically, Philips will release upgrades for the software that was initially installed in yo

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English69What kind of disc should I use for recording?You can only record on both DVD±R and DVD±RW discs. They are compatible with DVD-Video players a

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English7Table of ContentsTimer Recording ...

Page 68 - Software Upgrade

English70Troubleshooting Problem (General) SolutionWARNINGUnder no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidat

Page 69 - Frequently Asked Questions

English71 Problem (Playback) SolutionTroubleshooting (continued)Disc will not play.The picture is distorted or black and white during playback.There

Page 70 - Troubleshooting

English72 Problem (Recording) SolutionTroubleshooting (continued)Recordings are not occurring as scheduled. New recordings cannot be made.The wrong T

Page 71 - Troubleshooting (continued)

English73 Problem (Recording) SolutionTroubleshooting (continued)Picture is fuzzy and brightness varies when copying DVD Video discs or prerecorded v

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English74Video Recording• Recording System: PAL• Compression formats: MPEG2• Modes of Record Quality: High Quality : HQ Standard P

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English75Analogue: Sound that has not been turned into numbers. Analogue sound varies, while digital sound has speci c numerical values. These socket

Page 74 - Speci cations

English76Display panel symbols/ messagesThe following symbols/messages mayappear on your recorder display: 00:00 Multifunction display/ text line– Ti

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English78TV System GuideCOUNTRY VHF UHF DVD REGIONSAFGHANISTAN PAL/SECAM B 5ALBANIA PAL B PAL G 2ALGERIA PAL B PAL G 5ANGOLA PAL I 5ARGENTINA PAL N

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English79TV System GuideCOUNTRY VHF UHF DVD REGIONSLIBYA SECAM B SECAM G 5LITHUANIA PAL D (was SECAM) PAL K 5LUXEMBOURG PAL B/SECAM L PAL G/SEC L 2

Page 78 - TV System Guide

English8Care and Safety InformationCAUTION!High voltage! Do not open the device. You run the risk of getting an electric shock.The machine does not co

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CLASS 1LASER PRODUCTMeet Philips at the Internetwww.philips.comhttp://www.philips.com/supportEnglish3139 245 22701Sgp-0614/31/51-1DVDR3360H

Page 80 - LASER PRODUCT

English9IntroductionThis recorder has a built-in hard disk drive (HDD) and you can record more than 250 hours of video.Note: These values are estimate

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