Question about Samsung Televison & Video
This is not possible, samsung tv do not have a recorder per say it is a timeshift function. So you can only record one channel at the same time. If you need this kind of thing try using TiVo or some service that your ISP provider offers.
Posted on Aug 19, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cant record from V+ box
We just got our V+ box and the engineer noted the problem - he suggested we 'synchronise' (or something) the TV remote and the V+ remote.
Read the help to find out how to do this (something to do with volume plus and mute, then the code for ur tv).
I had to put in about 10 codes (there were about 40!) before i got the right one, but now the sound is spot on (and I love HD BBC - want to range around in the on demand stuff now to see what they got!)
Good luck and hope this sorts your sound problme as it did mine.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
from what type of source are you doing this? if its CATV with NO BOX, i can help.
Here is a rough sketch:
use COAXIAL cable from splitter to VCR and TV and to the RF Modulator (get one at radio shack) from the RF Mod, to DVD, use RCA cables. Run RCA Cable from output DVD to Input on the TV. Run RCA cables from your VCR output to another TV Input
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Posted on Feb 27, 2009
Hook up the cable wire that comes directly from the wall to the dvd recorder's in connection, then get a 3 ft cable cord and connect from the out of the dvd recorder to the in on the tv. You should be able to set the dvd recorder channel and timer and leave it off. you then should be able to have your tv on and watch any station but to watch the tv with dvd recorder on, your tv should be set to either channel 3 or 4 depending on the switch on back of dvd recorder. I hope this solves your problem. Foxpaw13
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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