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PHILIPS LX9000R/22
Service Manual


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Description of PHILIPS LX9000R/22 Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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Recording
Copyright protection
When you try to record copy protected material from an external appliance, COPY PROT will be displayed. No recording is possible then. This product incorporates Macrovision copyright protection technology that is protected by US patent no. 4631603, 4577216 and 4819098, as well as other intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorised by Macrovision Corporation, and is only intended for home use and other pay-per-view applications. Macrovision must provide written authorisation for any other use. Change to the device, reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited. Recording is permissible insofar as copyright or other rights of third parties are not infringed upon. In some countries the use of the DVD recorder system as shown or suggested in this user manual may require the authorisation of copyright holders. Recordings on a DVD disc are called âtitlesâ. Each title consists of one or more âchaptersâ. Recordings on a DVD+RW disc are started from the position where the last recording was stopped. From there on, earlier recordings may be overwritten without notice, unless the disc is write protected. In this respect your DVD recorder system behaves just like a Video Cassette Recorder. If you want to make a recording without the risk of overwriting earlier recordings use the function safe record (see chapter âSafe recordâ). Notes: If a disc is inserted that already contains the maximum of 48 titles (including empty titles): Too many titles is displayed.You can only record on this disc after erasing one or more titles. If a DVD+RW is inserted the contents of which are not DVD video compatible (e.g. a data disc): A dialogue box appears with the option to erase or eject the disc.You can only record on this disc after erasing it by using REC/OTR. On a disc containing PAL recordings, no NTSC recordings can be made and vice versa. On an empty disc, either type of recordings can be made. No recordings can be made from so-called âPseudo-PALâ or PAL-60 sources. English
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Discs for recording
For recording with this DVD recorder system, you can use 2 different types of DVD discs.These discs are marked with the logos shown below. â DVD+RW can be recorded on, erased and re-recorded many times and played on DVD+RW compatible DVD players and DVD recorders. â DVD+R can be recorded on once. Recordings can be added and deleted. However, the position of a deleted recording cannot be used for further recordings again. If the DVD+R is to be played on this DVD recorder system only, it does not have to be ï¬nalised. For playing the DVD+R on other standard DVD players and DVD recorders, it has to be ï¬nalised. Once a DVD+R has been ï¬nalised, no further recordings can be made.

Quick recording from the TV
1 Switch your TV set on. If necessary set the TV to the
correct audio/video channel for the DVD recorder system. Such channels may be called AUX or AUXILIARY IN, AUDIO/VIDEO or A/V IN, EXT1, EXT2 or EXTERNAL IN, etc.These channels are often near channel 00.

2 Load a DVD+R disc or DVD+RW disc on which you want
to record in the tray.

3 Press DVD/MON on the remote control as often as
necessary to see the currently selected TV channel. â The currently selected TV channel from the DVD recorder system is displayed.

4 Press CH+ or CH- on the remote control as often as
necessary to select the desired TV channel (programme number) from which you wish to record.

Before you start recording
For each recording on a DVD+RW or DVD+R disc, following information will be stored automatically: â Name of the recording: If a TV station transmits the name of a programme (e.g. Superman), it will be stored automatically. If the programmeâs name is not transmitted, the channel number or channel name and the time when recording has been started will be stored as the name of the recording. â Total recording time â Record type (Quality) â Date of the recording â Index picture of the recording

5 Keep REC/OTR on the remote control pressed until

SAFE RECO is displayed. â Recording starts. If you inserted a DVD+R disc or DVD+RW disc with already existing recordings the new recording starts at the end of all existing recordings.
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6 Press STOP 9 to stop recording.
Recording is stopped, MENU UPDT is displayed and the index picture screen will be updated.

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