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CANNOT GET PHILIPS DVDR3305 TO RECORD ON PANASONIC TV.TX-L37D25B WHILE WATCHING ANOTHER CHANNEL?.


What is your source? Since the DVDR3305 has an analog PAL tuner and most TV stations are broadcasting in digital, you probably have some sort of set top box connected to the recorder. If you change the channel on the set top box, you will record the program on the new channel. If you are recording PAL and your TV has a PAL tuner, you should be able to just record one show while watching another with the DVDR3305 daisy-chained to the TV. Just make sure to change the TV channel not the channel on the DVDR3305.

If your TV has a digital tuner, you can split the signal before the set-top box to record one channel and watch another. (Note: basic splitters will cause some extra loss of signal and may reduce a digital signal below the threshold needed to tune in the signal. An amplified splitter can avoid this - when the amplifier is working properly.) Otherwise, you need a second set-top box (or a dual tuner set-top box).

On my set-up with an aerial antenna, I would put the splitter between the wall jack and the electronics. The incoming cable goes to the splitter, then cable 1 goes to the TV. Cable 2 goes to the set-top box. Tune the set-top box to the channel to record and check the settings with the TV set to the DVD source. (DVD set to record on Tuner (and the specific channel of the set-top box output) or front s-video or EXT1 or EXT2.) Then change the TV back to the TV source and change to the channel for the second program.


The manual for the DVDR3305 is available from Philips. The link to the manual is http://download.p4c.philips.com/files/d/dvdr3305_05/dvdr3305_05_dfu_eng.pdf .
I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(I actually use an A/B switch and do not try to watch a second program on the TV connected to the DVD recorder. However, most of my recordings are for time-shifting of programs that air when I can't watch any TV program.)

Apr 29, 2012 | Televison & Video

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Zenith 50pc3db troubleshoot green blinking power light no picture


That flashing light is either a failure of the power supply and or one of the drive boards (Y-Sustain, Y-Drives, Z-Sustain) to display the image.
The main board is seeing a problem and that is why the green light is flashing. You may have heard of "POP" sound before your TV started this issue.
Looking through the back cover of your TV and seeing the power supply, if the large capacitors’ tops are swollen or split, then you will know that is a source of your problem(s).
Beyond just looking at the power supply, to correctly trouble shoot your issue would require some TV repair tools and a little knowledge of electronics.
Your Zenith/LG TV was made around 2007.
Let me know if I can help you out any more.
Good Luck.

May 23, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Wharfedale DVD recorder, no sound. Scart lead connected to Sky Box & scart connection to TV. Picture OK & can play DVD's or record to HD but no sound.


HI if you mean scart connectors on rear of DVD recorder, try swapping scart inputs on DVD recorder and if no joys then on set top box. (some units have 1 input designated for TV and the other for Set top box input)

Mar 16, 2010 | Televison & Video

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Getting sound but no picture when watching dvd and in can't get sound from tv when watching tv


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Thanks for using FixYa. Make sure the Red and White wire is connected into your TV “AUDIO IN” and the Red and White wire is connected into the L & R. Also check that the DVD player Audio setting Analog Out is set to “2 Channel” and the TV is turned to the correct Video line (AV Input/Video Input 1,2,3.etc). Once your TV is turned to the correct video line, you should see the “COBY” logo and it will work normally. If still the issue persists, then you’ll need to reset the DVD Player for which you’ll need to follow these steps---


Using the DVD player remote control: Open the Tray and press the “PROG” button and then press the “ZOOM” button.

Once the above procedure is performed the tray will be closed which means the DVD player has been reset back to the factory default settings.


Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Thanks

Rylee

Oct 18, 2009 | Coby Televison & Video

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I have a panosonic surround sound system and a toshiba 60" tv and when watching tv speakers have a humming sound , but when watching a dvd speakers are fine and no humming sound.what is the problem? Tv...


it depends on what volume level the tv is on
if the level of volume is low and making the sound then try unpluging or pluging in the sound system to the tv

Sep 13, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Connecting the dvd player via a scart cable


If you select component in on the tv, this should give you a picture,using the current set up. As for audio, depending on the tv, have you used audio in on the tv, or audio out?
It sound obvious but I (even after 5 years+ of installing tv/vcr/dvd) still get caught out with input and out put.
I am unfamiliar with Sansui dvd, if it has a scart connection on the back then yes you can connect to a spare scart on the tv. If it has the single yellow phono for video and the red/white phonos for sound, you can buy a scart to phono lead and use that, not to confuse with the component(blue/green/purple) connections. You cuold also connect the yellow/red/white phono to the same on the tv front/side or rear if available.

Aug 27, 2009 | Televison & Video

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I can't get a picture on tv when turn on dvd player why? brand new, never used before.


have you connected the DVD into the right plugs, also are you using the correct AV channel on the TV?

RED WHITE YELLOW yellow is video red is L sound White is r sound. check both TV input and DVD output

Aug 14, 2009 | RCA DRC8335

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Can't hear sound through tv when dvd is playing


I would look in the tv menu and see if the speaker audio on the tv have been turned off.

Aug 09, 2009 | Televison & Video

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No sound thru dvd player, but fine for tv and vcr


Just had the same problem and it is fixed for me. With NO DISC in the player go to the System Menu. Next Navigate to Preferences on the top of the screen.

You will set an option titled "Default". Select that and it seems to reset the player to default settings and fixes the sound.|

Jan 03, 2008 | Philips MDV460

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Video Issue


It sounds like you have the "progressive scan" mode enabled. This changes the order that the scan lines (each horizontal line) is sent to your TV. When this setting doesn't match what your TV expects, you get this effect.

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