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When you mention channel I assume you mean the channel on your TV set. Normally an S-Video input will be an aux input channel and not a numbered station on your set. How do you select the player chanel/ input when you watch the DVD?
Is the arial connected to the PVR then to the TV or direct to the TV It needs t pass through the PVR.
To use the PVR record function on Bauhn TV's you MUST "Format" your Hard Drive or USB device as "FAT32" using the formatting options built into and supplied with the said Bauhn TV. There have been relatively recent changes made to the FAT32 formatting system which now allows you to format very large drives to FAT32. These changes were made after requests from manufacturers like Bauhn so that they could incorporate PVR functions into the TV set itself. I run a 1.5 Terabyte Drive with my Bauhn and it performs beautifully. I won't say that I hope this helps because "I know it will" :) Cheers....... PS: The resultant files will have the extension SQ rather then MGP of FLV etc etc. I can't get these SQ files to play back on my PC albeit that they do play back perfectly on the Bauhn TV. If anyone knows of a program/player that will allow playback of SQ files on PC's then it would be great if you could post it up here.
Hi, With new DTV's these days, there will be problem running old players.(VCR) Video cassette recorders will not be able to record Digital signal. You will have to get (PVR) personal video recorder which can record and play Digital programs with great picture.
it appears to be recording but is it really?
when you are recording there are two levels you should see moving up and down on the screen. the input volume and the recording volume per track. dont forget to arm the track. tascam has a silly way to arm the track on some of there unit. its combination of buttons. something like hold down the record button and press the track arm button then release both. when youre ready to record press play.