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DMRES15 problems a couple of things ...  everything takes a while ... if I push any button it takes about 20-30 seconds to happen ...  once a disc is in I only have 2 recording options 6hr or 8hr ....  I would like to record at a much higher quality than these options allow ...  it does not give me any other options. any ideas?

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I think on the remote, there is a button 'rec mode' (bottom row), try pushing this and it will change to XP or EP etc. I think you might be on EP now, I think XP is the best quality. I'm trying to work out a problem myself (says disc protection is on, and that the disc is not recordable) and just saw your question on here :)

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