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Staying up to 3AM to watch an international event isn't fun. So you can have your TV automatically record it for you. I have no idea how to do this for your specific device though, so play around with it or check the manual.
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If you have a dual receiver, you can record to TV 2 and watch any program on TV 1. If you have 2 recordings taking place at the same time, you can only watch what is being recorded.
With a dual receiver, you can place the receiver in single mode and watch a different program even if 2 recording are taking place. In single mode both TV 1 and TV 2 will be watching the same program.
A solo DVR you can record to tuner 2 and watch what you want on TV 1. With the VIP 622 receiver, you have the Record Plus option, you can have all recording go to TV 2. If 2 recordings take place, then TV 1 and TV 2 are used.
Hi, It sounds like the internal hard drive has failed especially if this happens when you try and record a program, this will be the clicking sound that you can hear. If the unit is fine until you try and record the i am in no doubt that it is the hard drive and it needs to be replaced. Most new recorders have three and half inch IDE/ATA hard drives in them but it is a good idea to check first before you commit to purchasing a new one.
It doesn't do. No can do.Whatever channel you SWITCH ON TO AFTER you started recording be it timer or manual GETS recorded. Whether you switch onto inputs on your TV remote or cable remote IS the one getting recorded.
there are some tv (sony) that you can get video and audio out from the tv and then is simple task to record what is in the tv. But maybe you don't have that option.
the second idea is this:
Think in the signal that comes from the box as a river and you need to divide this river (signal) before gets to the tv, so feeding the signal to the tv and the set you use to record then you have the option to record and watch the tv as regular; only task to do now is to monitor the recording in the input where you assigned for the dvd recorder. i hope is clear the idea to you!
Simply sound like you have something hooked up wrong, The best way we recamend for these is to have the sound source come directly from the tv's audio source this way what ever the set is playing is what the audio will be, it sound like you have the audio souce now hooked to the cable box so the inputs can not change