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I have a Toshiba TV 19W331DB and A DVD Video recorder/Video Cassette recorder D-VR16SB and I can not find out how to get to record the Digital programmes.

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  • dozy derek Sep 26, 2008

    I use a 21 pin scart from AV1 on recorder to the TV The TV is Digital ready

  • dozy derek Sep 26, 2008

    My TV Antenna goes direct to the recorder then out to the TV. the scart 21 pin goes from AV1 on recorder to the only scart on TV the TV is Digital & free view ready.

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Hi,
I am giving you the link where there is a manual which contains each and every step for
1. Connections
2. Basic set -up
3. Recording
for your D-VR16SB recorder.
www.home-entertainment.toshiba.co.uk/consumershared/informationshared.nsf/manuals/D-VR16/$file/D-VR16_OM1.pdf?openelement

Make sure you follow these steps. You will definitely succeed.
Hope my info fix your problem,
Thanx for using fixya,
Waiting for your comments.....
Bye.

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If you use the scart to connect, then the digital receiver will be seen as channel 0, or AV1, AV2, L1 L2, etc., depending on recorder and tv set.

Connect the receiver to recorder (tape or DVD RW) input, and recorder scart output to TV.

Then set recorder timer for recording from input channel on time you want, and leave digital receiver programmed on the channel you want to record.

You will not be able to watch a channel and recording a different one at the same time using this equipment.

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Hi,

What may be required is to connect your cable or receiver to the the input of the D-VR16SB. The outputs of the DVD Video recorder/Video Cassette recorder will feed them the inputs of the Toshiba TV 19W331DB.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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Connect your video source/s to the D-VR16SB input port then follow user manual on how to record.

Provide additional details, your equipments & how are they connected to each other.

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THE DVD RECORDER WAS DIRECTLY HOOKED UP INTO YOUR TV..? OR DO YOU USE A RECIEVER ON THE CONNECTION..

Posted on Sep 26, 2008

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    Zander Rovic Ocampo Sep 26, 2008

    Look for the DVD recorder that offers the inputs and outputs you want to use:


    • Component Video — offers the best video quality

    • S-Video output is the second best option and can be found on most DVD recorders.

    • Composite Video — is quite good, but not as good as the previous two outputs.

    • Analog Audio Output

    • Optical/Digital Audio Output

    • FireWire port — see bellow.

    Some DVD recorders have a FireWire input for direct transfer of
    camcorder footage to DVD support. Also, look for a model that lets you
    edit the video before burning. A few models of DVD drives have a
    FireWire output, that allows you to transfer digital video on your
    computer.

    Another function of the FireWire port is you can transfer recording from a digital cable box or satellite receiver.

    If your DVD drive doesn't feature a FireWire port, you have no other
    option but feed the camcorder's composite or S-video output into the
    corresponding input of the DVD recorder. This means transforming
    digital signal into analog and back to digital, a process that degrades
    video quality.


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