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Description of PHILIPS VR540/07 Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Selecting the recording speed (SP or LP)
LP allows to double the recording duration on tape (for example six hours instead of three hours on a E180 cassette). 1.Switch on the TV set. If required, select the 1. programme number for the video recorder. 2.Press MENU . The main menu will appear. 2. 3.Select 'RECORD SETUP' using PLAY B-K or 3. STOP C-L and confirm with FWD 1-B .


4.Select 'RECORD SPEED' using 4.




6.Select function 'ON' with FWD 1-B . 6. 7.To end, press STATUS/EXIT . 7. 8.Insert a cassette. 8. 9.Programme the satellite receiver with the 9.
required information (programme number of the TV channel, start time, end time). If necessary, please see the operating instructions for your satellite receiver.

10.Switch off the video recorder with 10.



5.Select the required recording speed with 5.

Switching off 'Record Link' To switch off the function, select 'OFF' with FWD 1-B . The video recorder is now ready to record. The beginning and end of the recording is controlled via scart socket AV2(DECODER).


'SP'/'LP' /'AUTO' 'SP': StandardPlay (normal recording speed) offers the usual first-class picture quality. 'LP': LongPlay (half recording speed, double recording time). 6 hours can be recorded on a 3hour cassette (E180) with a somewhat reduced picture quality. 'AUTO': AUTOmatic Long Play. If there is not enough space on the tape to record a programmed recording in standard speed, the recording is automatically done in 'LP'. (Longplay). Otherwise, the recording speed will be 'SP' (Standardplay).

'Direct Record'
With Direct Record, you can record the right TV channel in seconds even if your video recorder is switched off. If the recording is started manually, the video recorder uses the current TV channel set on the TV. You will find more information on how to switch 'Direct Record' on or off in the next section. Make sure that your video recorder socket (AV1/TV) and the TV are connected by a scart cable. 1.On the TV, select the programme number you 1. want make the recording from.

6.To end, press 6.



Automatic controlled recording from a satellite receiver (RECORD LINK)
This function automatically starts recording on the switched-off video recorder when a video signal is recognised through the connected scart cable. If your satellite receiver has a programming function, the recording will start automatically (as long as the satellite receiver is switched on). 1.Use a scart cable to connect scart socket 1. AV2(DECODER) on the video recorder to the corresponding scart socket on the satellite receiver.

2.Press 2.


with the video recorder

switched off. 3.Stop recording with 3.


2.Switch on the TV. If required, select the pro2.
gramme number for the video recorder. 3.Press MENU . The main menu will appear. 3. 4.Select 'RECORD SET UP' with PLAY B-K or 4. STOP C-L and confirm with FWD 1-B . 5.Select 'RECORD LINK' with PLAY B-K or 5. STOP C-L .

How does Direct Record work? The video recorder compares the TV channel selected on the TV set with its stored TV channels via the scart cable. If the same TV channel is found, it switches the video recorder to the corresponding programme number and starts recording. Please do not change the TV channel on the TV set during the search so as not to affect the process.



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