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How do I setup Pioneer DVR-810H without a phone line and no TiVo?

How do I set up this DVD Recorder without a phone line and no TiVo?

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SOURCE: Audio Problem on a Pionneer DVR-810H Recorder

Thinking the problem might be the cable box..I bypassed the Tivo and hooked the cable box direct...there was audio on ch. 3 ....reconnected the Tivo and the audio was fine...strange?

Thank you.

Ken Havel
Greenville,WI

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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How do I setup pioneer dvr-810h without aphone line and no tivo


Can not unless you just want to watch tv . Without tivo service it is pretty much just a large paper weight.

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I do not have a phone line to do guided setup. I would like to use a wireless adapter with my home network router but have been unable to buy a compatible one from the tivo.com list locally. Is the list...


You can do the guided setup without a phone line up to the point where it attempts to connect to the network using the wireless adapter. If it successfully connects, then you can continue the guided setup. If it does not successfully connect, then you're stuck until you can. In other words, you don't need the phone line as long as you have a wireless adapter and that adapter can successfully connect to your network and the internet.

I believe that, with the exception of some dicey hacks, you're stuck using the Tivo wireless adapter. The Tivo Community Forum website is a good place to ask questions like this. The site is independent of Tivo, inc. and has a lot of great information.

Hope this helps.

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I need a owner's manual and a remote control. I purchased a Pioneer DVR-810H on Craigslist and it doesn't have a remote or owner's manual.


portablemedia.manualsonline.com/manuals/.../pioneer/pioneer_dvr_dvr810hs.html

or

http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/PUSA/Support/HomeEntertainment/Blu-rayDisc+DVD/PioneerDVDPlayers+Recorders/ci.DVR-810H-S.Support

COPY AND PASTE EITHER ONE OF THE ABOVE LINKS IN YOUR ADDRESS BAR TO BRING YOU TO YOUR USER MANUAL DOWNLOAD.

COPY AND PASTE BELOW LINK IN YOUR ADDRESS BAR TO PURCHASE REMOTE.

Pioneer.PartStore.com

Remotes.com

ebay.com

pioneer.newremotecontrol.com/PioneerDVD.php

Oct 01, 2009 | Pioneer DVR-810H DVD Recorder

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I cannot record copy-protected tapes to DVD on my RCA DVD recorde


Here is a link to the installation guide for your Pioneer model - refer to every bit of information on p. 29 (which will refer you to some pertinent info in Ch.1): http://www.pioneerelectronics.com/pio/pe/images/portal/cit_11221/98391312Installation%20Guide%20DVR-810HS.pdf

If it will not permit you to do the recording:
You have to use a backdoor method. Inspect your TV and see if it has a yellow jack labelled video OUT or monitor OUT - many TV's do not have them. If you are one of the lucky ones that has a video OUT:
1) Connect a VCR to one of the televisions inputs.
2) Connect a red, white and yellow cable from the video and audio OUTs of your TV to either INPUT 1 or 2 on your DVD recorder
3) Make sure that your DVD recorder is set to either INPUT 1 or INPUT 2 - reading the manual for that model is driving me up the wall - I would change the channel on the DVD Recorder (not the TV) to 2 and use the channel down button until it says Input 1 or Input 2 - whichever the appropriate choice is
4) Play the VHS tape and make sure that you can see the picture on your television screen.
5) Press Record on the DVD recorder

Good luck- I would go insane trying to use that Pioneer - it is user-friendly, but not techie-friendly.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Jan 07, 2009 | Pioneer DVR-810H DVD Recorder

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Audio Problem on a Pionneer DVR-810H Recorder


Thinking the problem might be the cable box..I bypassed the Tivo and hooked the cable box direct...there was audio on ch. 3 ....reconnected the Tivo and the audio was fine...strange?

Thank you.

Ken Havel
Greenville,WI

Oct 10, 2008 | Pioneer DVR-810H DVD Recorder

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I can't get my tivo to change channels. It stays on the same channel


I believe that you are already on the right path, your tivo will still be assuming that you are running off the cable box plus you watch dancing with the stars for five minutes one time just to see Warren Sapp attempt to dance and now all of a sudden it wants to record every single piece of televison with dance in the title or discription, but I'm not bitter.

Just re-accomplish the set up and let it know that you are no longer running a cable box. Also tell it that ditching you friday night to hang with it's old high school buddies was so not cool.

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DVD stuck/jammed in tray


there may be two screws on the top of the tray that holds the rounded magnet, the one that is placed to hold the disc when spinning, remove it, you can then simply take the disc out.

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