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I'm 86 years old and got a tv on Tuesday from Tesco it's ok but I need subtitles on as I'm a bit deaf I go onto subtitles on the menu shows off on first line and English on second it won't let me

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What you are looking for is closed captioning (CC), not subtitles. Check the menu again for that option. We can't let these newfangled devices get the upper hand.

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Hey, I have a deaf brother with this issue. What I done was route the AV output of the TV to the AV input of the recorder. Set your recorders source to AV1 (or whichever you use) and set your TV to the program you want to record, also turn subtitles on. Because you wont have your TV set to the input your DVD recorder is on, you won't be able to see the DVD recorders output, but thats fine. Just press record on the unit - you have to leave the TV on the channel it's recording. Now you should be recording TV with subtitles with no problem :D

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Make sure that your video and subtitle have exactly the same name.
For example:
movie.avi (your video file)
movie.srt (your subtitle file)

As you can see the sub name and the video name are totally the same. We just changed the extension, so the player will be able to load the appropriate subtitle for the right movie.

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