Question about Pioneer DVR-640H DVD Recorder/HDD Recorder
How do you access the USB input on the DVD player? on pressing "select input" it just goes through the inputs at the back of the machine, not the front where the USB input is.
thanks so much
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no way to transfer HD to a regular DVD with out a conveter that usually plugs in the back of your DVR. Hope this helps =)
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
If you are using RCA cables, you need to hook up three cables (1) yellow video, (2) white - left audio, (3) red - right audio.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
Dear friends in problem solving.
My husband actually solved this problem by writing in the browser: Manual for Pioneer DV-410V DVD player.
That was available online and there it said that not all formats was supported by the USB port, so we tried to load a movie on a pen drive, insert it in the player and it opened and we just clicked play, so it was actually an issue of having an incompatible video file on the pen drive that made it not open in the first place.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2008
SOURCE: pioneer dvd recorder dvr-530H
The EPG is the electronic program guide trying to download TV listings.
This is normal for this player. To disable this, you would need to turn off the TV guide function.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: Unlock Pioneer DVR-531H
Seeing this question over a year late but.... My Pioneer dvr-531h locked-up twice (no buttons work) - so i unplugged it for 10-30 min's. Plugged it back in, gave it 5 min's to 'warm up', then pressed 'power'- gave it 5 min's again- then it was fine.
Anyone know how to make it stop 'grinding'??????????????
(the unit has the built-in hard drive, with this, I hear the constant grinding that you sometimes hear on a computer. It does this when the power is on or off. It is loud enough to drive you mad.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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