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PHILIPS 14PV460/07
Owner's Manual

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Description of PHILIPS 14PV460/07 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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6. Manual recording
General information
Use 'Manual Recording' to make a spontaneous recording (for example, a programme currently being shown). If you want to start and stop a recording manually, read the section 'Recording without automatic switch-off'. If you want to start a recording manually but have it stopped automatically, read the section 'Recording with automatic switch-off'. (e.g. not to record to the end of the tape) Read the section 'Automatic recording from a satellite receiver', if you want a recording to be controlled automatically by a satellite receiver.

Lining up recordings (assemble cut)
When you add a further recording to a cassette, which already has a recording on it, a short blank (flicker) can appear between the old and the new recording or the picture itself can flicker. To help reduce these from occurring, proceed as follows: 1.Find the tape position of the old recording 1. where you want to insert the new recording. 2.Look at the last minute of the old recording 2. (playback). 3.Press STILL 2 at the tape position where 3. the new recording is to go and press RECORD/OTR I . 4.Now start recording as usual by pressing 4. RECORD/OTR I on the remote control. 5.Stop recording with L C . 5.

Recording without automatic switch-off
1.Insert a cassette. 1. 2.Use P+ P- or 2.
to select the programme number you want to record, for example, 'P01'. 3.To start recording, press RECORD/OTR I . 3. 4.To stop recording, press L C . 4.

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.Press MENU . The main menu will appear. 1. 2.Select 'RECORD SETUP' with K B L C 2. and confirm with

Recording with automatic switch-off (OTR One-Touch-Recording)
1.Insert a cassette. 1. 2.Use P+ P- or 2.
0..9 to select the programme number you want to record. 3.Press RECORD/OTR I . 3. 4.Each time you press RECORD/OTR I you will 4. add 30 minutes to the recording time.




Preventing accidental erasing of cassettes
All cassettes (except for rental and pre-recorded purchased cassettes) have a security tab on the back of the cassette. To prevent recording over important recordings (erasing), you can remove this security tab. If you later decide to record on a protected cassette, simply cover the hole with adhesive tape.

3.Select the required recording speed with 3.


4.To end, press 4.


'SP'/'LP' '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.



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