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How to record tv to dvd ?

How to record tv to dvd?

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  • fuzzy0084 Nov 09, 2008

    How to record tv to Dvd. Samsung DVD V3500

  • fuzzy0084 Nov 09, 2008

    Yes, Thank You.

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You can record a TV show in progress by inserting a blank tape and
pressing the REC button. You can even add time in 30-minute
increments up to 4 hours by pressing the REC button repeatedly;


NOTE: Be sure your videotape has a Record Safety Tab. If the tab
is missing, you can cover the opening with a small piece of
tape. Warning: Do not cover this opening unless you are
sure you want to record over the tape.

Before You Begin...
• Power on the DVD-VCR
• Power on the TV
• Set the TV to channel 3 or 4 .

1. Insert Tape. Insert a blank VHS tape into the VCR deck.
• Make sure the tape is long enough to record the entire program.

2 Select a Channel to Record
Use the 0–9 buttons or the Channel Up/Down arrow buttons to select the desired channel, or press the INPUT SEL. button to select Line 1 or 2 if recording from an external device connected to the front or rear Line inputs, respectively.

3 Start Recording
Press the REC button on the remote control or front panel.

For the manual, you may download it here: http://www.usersmanualguide.com/samsung/dvd_player__dvd_combo/dvd-v3500

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To record a television program on DVD, follow these steps:

  1. Insert a blank recordable disc into the DVD recorder. IIf you are using certain types of discs, the recorder will prompt you to format or initialize the disc if it is not already formatted. Use the left/right arrow buttons on the DVD recorder's remote to highlight "Yes" in the prompt and then press [Enter].
  2. With the player in DVD mode, set the channel or the source on the player with the DVD recorder's remote control
  3. Note: If you are recording from a cable or satellite box, you must set the DVD recorder to the proper source, either cable or satellite. If you are using a direct cable or antenna connection, set the player to the channel you want to record.
  1. Press [Rec Speed] to select the recording mode (XP, SP, LP, or EP). You cannot change the recording mode during recording.
  2. Press [REC] to begin recording.
  3. Press [Stop] to stop recording.
  4. If you are using a DVD-R, finalize the disc to play on a conventional DVD player.
Good luck...

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Please find Monitor Out AV pins at rear of TV, connect AV cable there and hook it to AV input of DVD Recorder. Select input of DVD recorder by remote or front control. Your DVD player is ready to record TV output as what you are watching on TV.

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  1. Plug one end of a SCART cable into your DVR "output" and the other end into your DVDR "input".
  2. Plug one end of another SCART cable into your DVDR "output" and the other into into your TV "input".
  3. If you still want a TV signal, plug an aerial (or satellite or cable signal) cable into your DVR "input".
  4. To see the TV signal, plug a RF (radio frequency) loop cable from your DVR "output" to TV "input".
  5. Plug power cables into all 3 appliances and turn them on.
  6. Insert a blank DVD into your DVDR (use an RW if you might want to undo mistakes).
  7. On your DVDR choose video source to be your DVR which might be "SCART input".
  8. Choose recording quality (DVDs usually hold 2 hours but lower quality fits more hours on a DVD).
  9. Ensure you can use your TV for the duration of the programme you want to record.
  10. Ensure you can see your DVR output on the TV and find the programme you want to record.
  11. Press record on your DVDR at roughly the same moment as pressing play on your DVR.
  12. When the programme has finished press stop on your DVDR.
  13. You may also need to "finalise" the DVD which the DVDR should do automatically or when you confirm.

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Well just select the channel that you want to record to and start recording by using the button on the remote.

If instead of direct recording you want to use the timer/ programmer, that will be more complicate.

Do you have the user manual?

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May i know the model of your recorder, so that i can provide you a user manual for that.\\thanks

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