Do you know where I can download the instructions to finalize dvds on this product? I lost the owners manual, and the video broke on the recorder. So far everything else works which means I should be able to finalize the 20 or so dvds that I have already recorded.
But I cant remember the steps exactly without seeing the screen and without an owners manual.
I remember that on the remote I press the CLEAR button, then the DISC OPER button, but after that I cant remember exactly what was asked or what to push next.
Thanks for helping me out with this! I dont want to lose what I have already recorded.
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Re: Aspire Digital AD-8091
Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".
For the user's manual, pls try here. On your post "...video broke..." I understand that there are three (3) possible way to connect the video: composite, component, and S-video. Have you tried them all?
Hope that this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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Unfortunately the original replacement remote for your unit is no longer available. You can purchase the recommended substitute on a number of remote replacement websites. Here is a link for one of them:
As mentioned on that page the replacement remote is missing the ANGLE, INTRO, and STEP functions. Frankly chances are you probably never used those keys as they are not common functions. You can also look into any one of the Universal Remotes that are available. You want to make absolutely sure that the remote you buy is or can be programmed for your specific model. If not you will be very limited in the functionality that the remote will give you. This may not be an issue for you if all you ever used your remote for was turning the unit on and off, and using the STOP, PLAY, and PAUSE features.
You can only play blue ray format on a blueray reader. Your recorder/player requires the proper laser and programing to decode large quantities of data. Your manufacturer should clearly state whether it plays blueray fomat.
I know everyone is going to say check you audio cable in back, but also what kind the cable jack is. there is one called an "S VIDEO" that will give a great picture but unless you are aware of what it is you would not realize you have to use the red and white "RCA" audio jacks in addition to it.