Question about Toshiba DVR670 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Press the Open button on your remote control to open the drive tray
2. Press the 2 button on your remote control
3. Press the 4 button on your remote control
4. Press the 0 button on your remote control
5. Press the 3 button on your remote control
6. Press the 9 button on your remote control
7. Press the 6 button on your remote control
8. Press the 0 button on your remote control
9. Press the Enter button on your remote control to change the region to 1 for region 1, 2 for region 2, and so on, or 9 for multi-region playback
10. Press the Open button on your remote control to close the drive tray
11. Power off the DVD player
12. Power on the DVD player
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
Usually, depending on the source, or channel, timer recording can be performed on a VCR; even this model.
The short answer is YES - you can record cable times or set manual scheduled recordings on this VCR. It depends on the channel(s) available in your area, and/or the source (such as cable receivers/set top boxes, etc.) which are intended to be recorded.
Posted on Mar 09, 2011
SOURCE: Is it possible to record
Well, yes, at the basic standard of the output on Composite connector leads (3 line, ID on plugs: Yellow for video, white for Left channel of audio and red for right) but the digital signal has been converted to analogue, sent over this cable and converted backto digital in the recorder.
Some quality loss but very slight.
Even less loss if you use separate 'S' (or Y/C) connector cable for video signal only and another twin cable again for audio.
Thats still a D-A-D conversion process.
If a DV connector is on your camera and recorder you'll unconverted video & audio over one cable which will be really crisp.
If the connectors are there a recorder will accept signal from anything.
Posted on Sep 21, 2011
Possible that the format is not recognised or if a program needs to be installed into the PC for playback.
If the VHS was not compressed and then digitised , the format can be having errors and so is not playing. we need to cross check this out before we can confirm the error.
Please test with the recorded version on another PC and also try with another recorder.
Posted on Oct 08, 2011
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