RCA DRS7000N User Manual. DRS7000N Digital Media Recorder User's User's Guide Guide. Page 2: Important Information. Important Information CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN This symbol indicates “dangerous voltage” inside the product that presents a risk of electric shock or personal injury. FCC INFORMATION 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. Page 3: Table Of Contents. Table of Contents Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Things to consider before you connect.
2 Choose your connection. 3 Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + VCR (optional). 4 Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + Cable Box. 6 Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + Satellite Receiver. 8 Connecting the Digital Media Recorder to an Audio Receiver.
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10 Connect the G-LINK cable. 11 Install batteries in the remote control. 12. Page 4: Things To Consider Before You Connect. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Things to consider before you connect Protect components from overheating • Don’t block ventilation holes on any of the components. Arrange the components so that air can circulate freely.
• Don’t stack components. • When you place components in a stand, make sure you allow adequate ventilation. •. Page 5: Choose Your Connection. Choose Your Connection There are several ways to connect your Digital Media Recorder. Please use the following chart to determine which connection is best for you. Turn to the appropriate page for specific instructions.
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Components Digital Media Recorder Digital Media Recorder Digital Media Recorder. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Details about the different kinds of cables used to connect your Digital Media Recorder are on page 56. RF SIGNAL SPLITTER Signal from cable or off-air antenna If you connect your components as described, you must access different Video Input Channels on your TV to see programming—. Page 7: Connection: Digital Media Recorder + Tv + Vcr (optional).
Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + VCR (optional) 1. Connect the signal (cable or antenna) Note: Depending upon how you currently have your TV and/or a VCR connected, you’ll have to disconnect the cable from your TV’s Antenna Input jack (sometimes labelled CABLE/ANTENNA) or from your VCR’s IN FROM RF Signal ANTENNA before you connect it as explained below. If you have questions about using a cable box with the Digital Media Recorder, consult your cable company.
RCA Scenium can only provide general instructions as cable service and cable boxes differ in various geographic areas. If you connect your components as described, you must access different Video Input Channels on your TV to see programming—. Page 9: Connection: Digital Media Recorder + Tv + Cable Box.
Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + Cable Box 1. Connect the RF Signal Splitter (provided) to split the cable signal Note: Before you connect the Digital Media Recorder, you’ll need to disconnect some of the cables first in order to re-connect them. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup SATELLITE RECEIVER Details about the different kinds of cables used to connect your Digital Media Recorder are on page 56. DVD RECORDER SATELLITE DISH ANTENNA To watch TV (satellite programming) To watch TV (satellite programming) with the Digital Media Recorder turned off. Page 11: Connection: Digital Media Recorder + Tv + Satellite Receiver.
Connection: Digital Media Recorder + TV + Satellite Receiver The following instructions enable you to record the programs from your satellite receiver to the Digital Media Recorder’s hard disk drive. Keep in mind that the author of these instructions doesn’t know exactly what jacks are on the back of your satellite receiver or your TV. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup Both Dolby Digital® and DTS® are audio formats used to record 5.
1-channel audio signals onto the digital track of film (while the film is being made). Both of these formats provide up to six separate channels: left, right, center, left rear, right rear, and common subwoofer. Page 13: Connect The G-link Cable. Connect the cables to the G-LINK and/or IR SAT jacks on the back of the Recorder If you connected a cable box or satellite receiver to the recorder, you must connect the G-LINK cable (provided) in order for all of the Digital Media Recorder’s features to work correctly.
1. Turn on your TV and tune the TV to the correct Video Input Channel (if you don’t know which channel is your the Video Input channel, go to page 16 for help). If your TV is RCA, GE, or Proscan just press the INPUT button to get to the Video Input Channel. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup 2) Connection List Completing this information lets the Digital Media Recorder know what program signals are being sent to it.
Choose the component that is connected to each of the jacks on the Recorder. Cable-Antenna (RF ANTENNA/CABLE INPUT jack connection): Press the right arrow button to choose what you connected to the RF ANTENNA IN jack on the back of your Digital Media Recorder. Chapter 1: Connections and Setup 3d.
Confirming Your Settings Once you’ve finished the GUIDE Plus+ Setup, a screen appears listing the pertinent information you’ve given. Check to make sure all settings are complete and correct. Note: If the cable box test failed, you should see INCOMPLETE next to the Cable Box category. GUIDE Plus+ system data to download.
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*The Universal Remote Control packed with the Digital Media Recorder operates most RCA, GE, Proscan, and Scenium TVs. It is also capable of being programmed to operate many other brands and models. Go to page 19 for.
Chapter 1: Connections and Setup How to find your TV’s Video Input Channel In order to see what’s playing on your DVD Player, you need to tune the TV to the Video Input Channel that corresponds to the jacks you used to connect the Digital Media Recorder to the TV. Page 19: The Remote Control.
The Remote Control • Explanation of the buttons • Find out if the remote can operate your TV • Programming the remote to operate your TV • Programming the remote to operate other components Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book. Page 20: Chapter 2: The Remote Control, Explanation Of Buttons. You can use this remote to operate the Digital Media Recorder, and to access the features available. The remote is also designed to operate most RCA, GE, and Proscan components (TVs, VCRs, and satellite receivers). If you have another brand, you can program the remote control to operate those components (go to page 19 for instructions).
Page 21: Programming The Remote To Operate Your Tv, Programming The Remote To Operate Other Components. STOP Stops playback or recording. TV Puts the remote in TV mode in order for it to operate your TV. This remote is already programmed to operate RCA, GE, and Proscan brand satellite receivers. This remote is capable of being programmed to operate many brands of TVs. Page 22: Television Codes. Radio Shack/Realistic.
1000, 1004, 1006, 1012, 1038, 1049, 1095, 1162, 1171, 1172 RCA. 1000, 1003, 1004, 1005, 1006, 1007, 1019, 1096, 1098, 1099, 1100, 1101, 1102, 1103, 1129, 1179, 1181, 1187, 1188, 1190, 1202, 1203, 1215, 1233 Runco.
Randex. 2014 RCA.
2000 (VCR1), 2001 (VCR2), 2003, 2013, 2021, 2055, 2056, 2082, 2083, 2084, 2085, 2086, 2087, 2088, 2089, 2090, 2091, 2107, 2115, 2120, 2125, 2131, 2133 Ricoh. Primestar. 5076 Proscan. 5000 (SAT1), 5001 (SAT2) RCA. 5000 (SAT1), 5001 (SAT2), 5071, 5080, 5081 Realistic. Page 25: Watching Tv, Pausing Live Tv. Using the Recorder’s Features • Watching TV • Pausing TV • Recording • Playing content you’ve recorded • The GUIDE Plus+ System • Playback Extra Info The following list is provided to give you an idea of what you can do with the Digital Media Recorder, and when.
What you can do Pause Live TV Play discs (audio CDs;. Chapter 3: Using the Recorder’s Features Watching TV In order to use the Digital Media Recorder’s features such as pausing live TV, the GUIDE Plus+ system’s on-screen programming guide, and recording, you must watch TV with the Digital Media Recorder turned on and the TV tuned to the correct Video Input Channel. Page 27: Recording, Watching One Channel While You Record Another Channel.
Watching one channel while you record another channel to the Digital Media Recorder If you want to watch another channel while you’re recording, you need to make sure you’ve connected an RF signal splitter (go to page 4 for details), and do the following: 1. Page 28: Turn On The Tv And The Digital Media Recorder. Chapter 3: Using the Recorder’s Features Copying music or pictures to the Digital Media Recorder If you have certain songs (MP3 files) or pictures (JPEG files) that you want to save to your hard disk drive, there are two ways to do it: •. Page 29: Playback. Playback: Watch and/or listen to content that’s stored on the Recorder’s hard disk drive Once you’ve recorded programs to your Digital Media Recorder, they will be saved on the Recorder’s hard disk drive. Playing programs you’ve recorded To play back shows you’ve recorded, do the following: 1. Chapter 3: Using the Recorder’s Features Notes: The GUIDE Plus+ system screens illustrated in this book are representations of what you are likely to see.
Not all channels, programs, and GUIDE Plus+ information depicted will be available in your area. New features and options can be downloaded to the GUIDE Plus+ system, so these are subject to change also.
Listings Guide The Listings Guide appears each time you enter the GUIDE Plus+ system. It displays the current programming for each channel. The current program is displayed in the video window.
• • Locking the Video Window By default, the video window changes when you highlight different programs. If you want the video to stay on the same channel while you surf the Listings Guide, use the left arrow button to highlight the channel name or logo (the left column on the channel listing), and press 1 (lock).
Page 32: Listings, News. Chapter 3: Using the Recorder’s Features Menu bar Action buttons News The News menu lets you browse current news stories by headline. After you’ve highlighted the News menu from the Menu Bar, use the up and down arrow buttons to browse the list one story at a time. To scroll through the stories a page at a time, press the channel up and/or down buttons. Page 33: Messages. DVD/PVRpart2_8. 26 8/26/02 10:09 AM Playing Discs • Regional Coding • Using Different Menus • Loading and Playing a Disc • Search Options • Playback Options • Using the On-screen Info Display • Playing MP3 discs • Viewing JPEG files Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only.
Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book. Page 34: Chapter 4: Playing Discs.
Playing Discs • Regional Coding • Using Different Menus • Loading and Playing a Disc • Search Options • Playback Options • Using the On-screen Info Display • Playing MP3 discs • Viewing JPEG files Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book. Page 35: Regional Coding, Using Different Menus. Chapter 4: Playing Discs VIDEO CD • DVD Video discs – contain picture and sound (DVD-R, DVD- RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, and DVD ROM are compatible with this player) • CDs (CD-R, CD-RW, CD ROM) – Audio CDs contain musical or sound content only. MP3 discs are CDs that contain MP3 files.
Page 36: Search Options, Playback Options. ON • OFF AUDIO SAT • CABLE MUTE ANGLE CH + ZOOM CH - ZOOM GO BACK button GUIDE INFO MENU CLEAR AGAIN ADVANCE REVERSE PLAY FORWARD RECORD STOP PAUSE AGAIN button OPEN INPUT ANTENNA LIVE REVERSE button Search Options Picture Scan —. Page 37: Using The On-screen Info Display. Chapter 4: Playing Discs Using the On-Screen Info Display The on-screen Info Display contains many playback features. To see the Info Display, press the INFO button on the remote while a disc is playing (the Info Display appears across the top of the screen).
Each feature is illustrated with an icon. Use the left and right arrow buttons to move through the different icons in the Info Display.
Page 38: Time Display, Selecting A Title, Selecting A Chapter, Selecting Subtitles. Time Display This feature displays the time that has elapsed during playback. For DVD discs, the time displayed refers to the current title and acts as a Time Search feature. For example, if you like a particular scene in a movie, you can enter the elapsed time the scene plays and skip right to it. Page 39: Repeat Feature, Changing The Audio Language. Chapter 4: Playing Discs (DVDs) Using the Repeat Feature By default, the Repeat feature is Off. There are three Repeat options: • Title – repeats the title that is playing • Disc – repeats the chapter that is playing • A-B –.
Page 40: Changing The Camera Angle. Changing the Camera Angle Some discs contain multiple angles of a particular scene or sequence. If the disc only has one angle, this feature won’t work. Currently, very few discs have this feature. 1.
While a disc is playing, press ANGLE on the remote. If the disc wasn’t created with multiple angles, the invalid symbol appears. Chapter 4: Playing Discs (Audio CDs) IntroScan Use the IntroScan feature to preview each track on the CD. 1.
While the CD is playing, press INFO (the Info Display appears). 2. Use the arrow buttons to highlight the IntroScan icon. 3. Page 42: Playing Mp3 Discs. Playing MP3 Discs MP3 (MPEG-3, which stands for Motion Picture Experts Group-Layer 3, meaning the third layer of information) is a format used to compress digital audio.
Since the audio is compressed, it takes up less space. Note: You can only play true MP3 files in the Digital Media Recorder — some products use software to compress MP3 files and convert them to other formats such as MPX.
Page 43: Viewing Jpeg Files. Chapter 4: Playing Discs (JPEG files) The slide show menu appears automatically when you put a disc in the player that has JPEG files on it.
Use the arrow buttons to highlight the folder than contains the JPEG files you want to view, and press PLAY. Page 44: Setup, Chapter 5: The Menu System. The Menu System • Overview of the Digital Media Recorder’s Menu System • Channels Menu • Disc Menu • Video Menu • Music Menu • Pictures Menu • Recordings Menu • Setup Menu • Memory Card Menu • Using the Parental Control Feature Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only. Chapter 5: The Menu System Overview of the Digital Media Recorder’s Menu System Since this product has many features, it has a wealth of menus and options. To access the main menu during playback, press the STOP button on the remote. To access the main menu when you’re not playing a disc or a program that you recorded to the hard disk drive, press the MENU button. Page 46: Channels Menu, Disc Menu, Start, Screen Format, Playlist, Save, Autoplay, Dvd Menu, Dvd Title.
Chapter 5: The Menu System Channels Shows the current channel or input. To watch TV, press OK when the Channels menu is highlighted (the channel banner appears to show you channel, audio selection, and the current mode, such as Live, Delayed, Pause, etc.
Disc Menu You can only access the disc menu when you’ve inserted a compatible disc into the Digital Media Recorder. Page 47: Video Menu, Music Menu, Pictures Menu, Recordings Menu, Timer, Guide Plus, Recording Quality. Chapter 5: The Menu System Note: To go back to a previous menu, press the left arrow button or GO BACK.
Video Video refers to programs you recorded from the TV to the Digital Media Recorder’s hard disk drive. From the Video menu, you can choose to play a program by using the arrow buttons to highlight it, and pressing the PLAY button. Page 48: Setup Menu, Parental Controls, Options, Digital Output, Srs/trusurround, Black Level, Dimmer, Display, Audio, Subtitles, Disc. TruSurround is a trademark of SRS Labs, Inc. TruSurround technology is incorporated under license agreement from SRS Labs, Inc. Chapter 5: The Menu System Setup The Setup menu contains many submenus that are explained on the following pages.
The following list is an overview. Follow the instructions at the bottom of the screen. Page 49: Installation Menu, Interactive Setup, Channel Search, Manual Clock, Channel List, Guide Plus. Chapter 5: The Menu System Installation: The submenus contained in Installation menu pertain to the way you’ve connected the Digital Media Recorder to other components such as your TV, satellite receiver, and or cable box.
If you move, or change any of the information you gave the Digital Media Recorder when you set it up initially, you need to change the information in these menus. Page 50: Lock And Unlock, Password. Using Parental Controls You can set up ratings limits and turn on the Parental Control feature in order to control the type of content people watch on the Digital Media Recorder. The padlock icon on the Lock menu indicates whether the player is locked or unlocked. Locked: You need to enter the password in order to play discs that have a higher rating than what you’ve allowed.
Page 51: Rating Limits, Unrated Titles. Chapter 5: The Menu System Rating Limits The Rating Limits menu lets you determine what types of discs can be played in the player, and what types of discs will require a password to override the rating limit that you’ve set. In the U. the ratings feature is based on the ratings set up by the MPAA (Motion Pictures Association of America) such as R, PG, G, etc. Page 52: Chapter 6: Additional Information. Additional Information • Troubleshooting • Back of the Digital Media Recorder • Front of the Digital Media Recorder • Explanation of Input Jacks and Cables • Limited Warranty • Accessory Information Graphics contained within this User’s Guide are for representation only.
Some of the menu screens, buttons, and display messages might be different in your product than they appear in this book. Page 53: Languages Menu, Troubleshooting.
Chapter 6: Additional Information Troubleshooting ENERAL ROBLEMS Player won’t work (locks up) •Try unplugging the AC power cord and plugging it back in. • Reset the Digital Media Recorder: on the front of the unit, press and hold the STANDBY/ON button while you press and hold STOP and OPEN/CLOSE buttons —. No sound or distorted sound • Make sure your player is connected properly. Make sure all cables are securely inserted into the appropriate jacks. • You may need to readjust the Digital Output setting (from the Options menu). Go to page 45.
If you select DTS, and your Digital Media Recorder isn’t connected to a DTS-capable receiver, you won’t hear any sound. The buttons on the front of the unit are described on page 55. Also, if you have another RCA, GE, or Proscan brand product with a remote control that has a DVD button, some of the buttons will probably operate this product if you press the DVD button first. Page 56: Handling Cautions. Handling Cautions • Before connecting other components to this Digital Media Recorder, be sure to turn all components off. • Don’t move the player while a disc is being played.
The disc may get scratched or broken, and the player’s internal parts may be damaged. •. Chapter 6: Additional Information Back of the Digital Media Recorder The back of your recorder might look a little overwhelming at first. This section explains what goes where and why. There are two sets of jacks on the back of your Digital Media Recorder — INPUT jacks and OUTPUT jacks.
Each jack is explained individually below, but the basic idea is about sending and receiving information to be played on or through your recorder and displaying that information on your TV screen. COAXIAL - connect a digital coaxial cable to this jack and to the Digital Audio Coaxial Input jack on your receiver.
The cable is not a black coaxial cable, but an RCA-type cable. PROG.
SCAN switch – If you’ve connected your Digital Media Recorder to a TV that uses progressive scanning to display the image via the Y, Pb, Pr jacks, turn the switch to the “on”. This section describes the jacks and cables you can use to make connections (only audio/video cables are packed with your Digital Media Recorder — you can purchase cables by calling 1-800-338-0376, details are on page 62, or order online at www. rca. com, or go to your local electronics store). Page 60: Limited Warranty. Limited Warranty What your warranty covers: • Defect in materials or workmanship. For how long after your purchase: • 90 days from date of purchase - Unit exchange, which includes parts and labor.
• 91 days to 1 year from date of purchase - Unit exchange, which includes parts only; you pay the labor. •. • This warranty does not apply. See your dealer for warranty information. Note: RCA, RCA Scenium, and/or Thomson multimedia are not responsible for loss of contents saved to the unit’s hard disk drive, or any damages attached to the loss of contents stored to the hard disk drive. Page 62: Accessories.
You must connect a compatible Mass Storage Class USB Device to the Digital Media Recorder’s USB port on the front of the unit (underneath the door on the left side). The two devices that are compatible with this player can be ordered from RCA. TMC100 Reader (part number 257980).