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After you click record, click it again. The unit will display 02:00 - thisi is the default number of hours. Quickly use the arrows to go highlight the hours and change the 2 to 3 or 4 or 5 etc. Do this quickly because the display disappears in about 5 seconds.
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How long should I charge my battery and how long does it last?
It takes about 5 hours to charge fully and one
charge will last for about 4-10 hours (with default system settings)
depending on the work mode where you are. In default system settings and
full charge mode, it is about 11 hours of ebook reading, 11 hours of
music playback, 9 hours of video playback or 7 hours of web browsing.
The time will get shortened if your Next2 handles multi tasks at the
How do I charge my Next2 properly?
The device features a DC-IN port for connecting
to power or charging battery. To charge the device, connect your device
to any standard wall outlet through the DC-IN port using the AC
Hello, Matthew Gonzales with DISH Network here. The default setting in our receivers are to automatically record everything onto TV2. You can change the setting by pressing menu-8- 5 (preferences-record plus), then you can either disable the feature, or set it to record onto TV1. If the feature is disabled, the show will record at whichever TV the timer is set up on. If it is set to TV1, all timers will attempt to record on TV1 (unless TV1 already has a recording going on it then it goes to TV2). Hope this helps.
change your recording settings on your recorder timer. You have to choose the quality of the copy and the recording time in your set up before you start recording. mine varies from half hour to 6 hours.
There are double layer DVD's that they make which usually have about 2x the memory. check to see if your DVD recorder supports these types of DVD's. You could also just divide your media on to two sides of a double sided DVD (each side has the mirror look and you can record onto both sides)(still the same disc) or you could record on to multiple DVD's (may be inconvenient but is still an option). Also, you could reduce the recording quality just a bit so that it is not noticable when you watch it but it still uses less space on the disk. I would tell you how to do these things but I have no experience with the individual model that you have.
This is correct. I suspect you can also see "SP" lit up next to it. You should also see "XP" above it (dimmed) and "LP", "EP" below it (also dimmed). Standard Play (SP) fits 2 hours on a single layer disk. XP only records 1 hour but at a higher quality. LP gives you 4 hours and depending on the setting EP will give you 6 or 8 hours on the same disk. The manual will tell you how to select the quality setting