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Recording and viewing different channels

Hi - mine is the DMR-EX75EB - don't know if it's the same? I've gone through the manual several times and still can't work out how to record one channel whilst viewing a different one? Please - can you help?

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  • honey551 Apr 16, 2008

    Yes - mine is the EX75 and I too cannot see how to watch one whole recording another. I set the timer/record up and it overrides the channel I am watching, so what's the point. This was not a cheap item - and even the most basic units allow you to do this. Please help - there must be a way of doing this?

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The EX75 has only one tuner circuit, so you can't watch a different channel from the one you're recording. To do this you will either need a set-top box for Freeview or a Freeview compatible TV.

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