Tried to connect dvd recorder to a new tv but get nothing on the screen...have tried every permutation of connections but nothing! Beginning to suspect may have anti-theft device that has kicked in after we disconnected from old tv ??!!! HELP!!!
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Re: DMR-ES10....no image on tv screen
Try connecting the recorder with the yellow composite connector and make sure your tv is set to that input it may be that your tv says "dvd" but it is trying to use a different input then you are connected to. Some tv's have multiple video connections for one input, they should but not always detect which you are connected to. Make sure the input you are trying to use has only one connection in use.
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Pedro, gravadores de DVD não gravam de DVD players ou de VCR players devido a proteção tipo microvision, mas, eu penso que o DMR-ES10 pode fazer isto. Não o possuo, porém, tenho ouvido usuários brasileiros falarem que ele grava, sim. O meu DMR-E55Pls não grava.
Pedro, DVD recorders do not record from DVD players or VCR players due to protection type microvision, but I think the DMR-ES10 can do this. Not possess it, but have heard speaking Brazilian users it writes, yes! My DMR-E55Pls not record from... unles the files do not contain any protection.
this unit has an optical-eye, not recording heads. opening the drawer then unplugging unit will expose the eye. never look into the eye when unit has power. this x-ray can and will burn your owh eyes lens&retina. good luck. clean with 90% isopropyl alcohol and q-tip. mch
Have you tried setting the players video output to your TV type? R1 discs are NTSC(30 fps), while R2 are PAL(25 fps). Look for video output or TV type in the player's menu. Most player's default to "any", passing whatever signal is on the disc to the TV.