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Time shift to hdd

How do i record to the hdd from the timeshift buffer on my dra-01601a recorder. the manual said it can be done but not how?? Please help

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The only way I was able to do it is to capture "while playing back" to another recorder "VCR" DVD"

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Password problem


Hi there,

The password is for the parental control feature.
For the Poaroid dra-01601a the password is 3-3-0-8 type this in using the number pad then press ok. If you press setup on the remote then press down till you get to ATV/DTV then press right arrow button to highlight DTV Parental control, press enter then a dialogue box will appear this is where you can input the password code. Select V Chip and press ok, you will then have the option to select which content controls to use in the menu you will see Block enable, use the down arrow to highlight this then press the right and left buttons to turn either on or off. to exit this setup press 6.

Hope this helps,

James

Apr 21, 2010 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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I have the polaroid dra-01601a dvd/hdd audio


First of all with all do respect I do not have the polaroid drm 2001G. I have as I exprest in my letter to you the polaroid dra 01601A. The problem i had was an audio problem and i simply rechecked all my connections and found that I needed and extra set for HDMI plugs on my TV.

Jan 03, 2010 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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Polaroid dra-01601a hdd to dvd recording


You will have to split the title and record on more than one DVD. The default speed is SP, that is 2 hours of recording. If you want to record longer programs, go into setup and change the default record speed to one of the other settings, for example: SP+ which is 2 1/2 hours or one of the other longer record settings. This DVD burner will only record at the same speed as you recorded to the hard drive. You can also edit out the commercials by using segment. Go to the title you want, press the right arrow, scroll down and select segment. When you want to start your edit, press enter. when you want to stop the edit, press enter again. You can use your right arrow to skip forward 30 seconds and your left arrow to skip back 10 seconds if you went too far when editing. You will see where your edits are on the screen by the darker color. Do this through the whole program. When you record to DVD, the commercials will not be recorded. Hope this helps you.

May 01, 2009 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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Transferring from timeshift buffer to hdd


When in timeshift, press record on the remote (every time you push "record" 30 minutes are added) and make sure the program you are recording is not macro protected. If your program has already finished rewind to the beginning of the program and push record the correct number of times to cover your program and then press stop on the remote. It should then be at the bottom of your hard drive list.

Dec 10, 2008 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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Polaroid DRA-01601A Hard Drive Model/Format


The HDD is 160 gigs.
The menu allows one to "format" the drive.
I have not tried this however.

Dec 04, 2008 | DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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I have a Polaroid DRA-01601A DVD Recorder (w/160gb hd). I am getting a video output on my tv as a black and white split screen. Can you help?


The picture output may be set for other than 480i. Try to connect the composite output, and you may get enough picture to change the setup to 480i.

Oct 13, 2008 | Polaroid DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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Hello! My Philips DVDR5350H/05 randomley records for 6 hours. The only way to stop this, once the recording has started, is to go into the system menu and select the option to remove the time shift...


Hello. This is not a fault. The DVDR5350H's Hard Drive (called Time Shift Buffer) begins recording (for up to six hours) as soon as the unit it switched on and only clears the 'temporary' recordings when it is switched off or you switch to 'Cam' mode on the remote control.

Like Sky+ and Freeview+, the continuous recoding enables you to save, pause and rewind live TV (this could also apply to Freeview or any source that you may have connected to the EXT1 and EXT2 SCART sockets. In other words, if you are watching TV or anything connected to the 5350 while it is switched on you can keep it without even having pressed record in the first place (pressing OK on the remote control will show you how).

It is normal for all HDD recorders with a 'pause live TV' function to record whether asked to or not.

May 27, 2008 | Philips DVD & Blu-Ray Players

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LG RH7796W DVD/HDD Recorder


The problem has fixed itself, thank you

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Timer programming problem


Check to see that you have not changed the default choice for input on power up of the box the "timeshift default device". If you have it set to front or rear CVBS or S-video input, it may ignore the channel choice you make when setting up the recording.
tom

Feb 13, 2008 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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Polaroid Will NOT edit out Commercials!


You need to post edit the recording;
First unprotect then do a split before the commercial
than split after, then recombine the parts without the ad.
Cumbersome, but it works

Feb 12, 2008 | Polaroid DRM-2001G DVD Recorder/HDD...

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