Question about Toshiba Televison & Video
Programmes are ok to view,but when i try to record,weak signal appears.set top box is hitatchi hddr 082.
May be the box or a poor connection or cable---check those first and if possible try the box on another set.
Posted on Nov 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must connect up the TV to the SKY box, via Audio Visual cables too, in order to watch, recorded programs. You need to hook, up, Component, HDMI, or Composite, You select it by an EXTERNAL channel.
Connect the cable running from the wall into the "In" port on the Sky Box HD receiver. This cable brings in the signal to your receiver. Make sure the cable is securely fastened to the receiver, otherwise you might experience image and audio issues.
Attach an HDMI cable into the HDMI port on the Sky Box HDTV receiver. The HDMI is a single cable that provides both HD audio and video signals.
Plug the other end of the HDMI cable into an available HDMI port on the HDTV.
Power on the HDTV and the Sky Box HDTV receiver. Press the "HDMI" button on the TV's remote control. This will display the cable contents of the HD receiver onto the television.
Posted on May 08, 2010
well probably you have a faulty power supply do this :
>undo the back >look for buggy or burned capacitors in the POWER SUPPLY *this model has two power modules (Main + Sub) >when find the bad capacitor replace it.
just in case that you need the parts numbers of the power supply's are those :
> MAIN : BN41-00521B > SUB : BN96-01805A
you can get online just google it
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Posted on Aug 10, 2010
SOURCE: I cannot get my DVD
My take is that you probably should consider sending it back if you can. The first point in the reveiw below answers your question I think. There are several complaints there. I took the following off the Amazon website UK - apologies to the writer:
By N. Adams "Analogue Design Dude" (France) - See all my reviews This review is from: Samsung DVD-SH893 160GB HDD Recorder - Black (Electronics) This certainly the biggest disappointment I've ever had when buying a HiTech item.
Although it does (almost but not quite) all the things claimed, the user interface
is so terrible that I get annoyed every time I use it (every day !). I almost wrote
to Samsung to ask if I had a Beta version of the software, but I never did. I can now
at least try and warn others...
The stupidities are too numerous to mention, but here is a shortened list:
**When you have a timer recording set up - it will not start to record if the unit is
still switched ON (is this software from a VHS recorder?). You can record something
and watch something else as well (small mercies!) but the recording (or timer) must
be already running before you press play - or no deal.
**The Marker system is almost unuseable because you have to remember which marker number
corresponds to which recording. Just to make the game more interesting - when you
erase something that is Marked - the other Marker numbers shuffle around !
**The editing system is nightmarish, and you cannot use Markers that you placed during
previous watching. Gone are the days with my Panasonic where I would watch a film,
"Chapter" the adverts - then all the edits were done before writing to DVD. Even if
you know that a film is so many minutes long, there is no way to jump to that point
during the editing process. You have to watch the program run through ( at x64 max )
**You cannot choose the recording speed (SP/LP etc )to HD when you are using the internal
tuner. Also you cannot record to DVD at a different speed than the HD recording !!!
This means that where I always put two films on one single layer DVD in LP, now I can't.
Well that's enough moaning - I hope it puts you off considering this horrible device.
Even though I've only had mine for about 5 months I think I'll treat myself to Christmas
present of another HDD recorder !
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
SOURCE: My TU500 DTR has worked
This Bush unit is made by Vestel - a chinese manufacturer "renowned" for the miserable quality of its products. In your case the encoding processor (the one that encodes the data in avi format and puts it on the hdd) has failed. This is a terminal problem - the only way to fix it is to replace the mainboard and that would cost more than what the unit is worth.
Luckily your unit is still in the warranty so take it back to the ones that sold it to you and let them deal with it - most likely they will replace it. Do not open it or you will lose the warranty.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
SOURCE: I recently purchased an LG
Hi, The set top box will more than likely have two coaxial connectors ( threaded/ribbed pieces of metal ) coming out of the back. also three R.C.A. connectors-these will be smooth and be colored yellow red and white. one of the coax connectors will say " IN FROM ANT> or CABLE IN) the other ( OUT TO T.V. ) hook up your dvd recorders " ANTENNA " input to the set top box's ANTENNA output. If your D.V.D. recorder doesn't have an antenna input then hook up the recorders audio/video input to the set top box's audio/video output. then you should be good to go. If you buy a H.D.T.V. tuner to receive FREE H.D. programming it may be possible to hook up to recorder with H.D.M.I. cables.( those connections resemble slots ) I hope this has been of some assistance, good luck, Prodzilla.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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