Question about Televison & Video
1) The 4:3 / 16:9 option only optimises playback for that particular type of TV. The 4:3 setting also allows you to set the output between:
This is normal.
EG to copy VHS to DVD, you will need to select the relevant scart or phono input, and press play before the recorder will register a signal and allow recording.
Some bought VHS videos have copy protection, and may cause problems when copying to DVD.
3) Greenish playback maybe caused by colour setting on TV being too high. Also check Hue or Tint settings on the TV, if it has them.
4) For some reason, in their infinite wisdom, Philips omitted the Video Plus facility from this model.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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