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Pioneer DVR530H 'Easy Timer Recording'

HHGTTG

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Reading through the User's Manual and reading about the above feature, am I right in thinking that you cannot set up an event/programme/channel whatever you want to call it, that will link to the external input (LI/AV2 for eg) to which your STB might be connected. If so, does the same apply to setting up a timed event via VideoPlus?

On my VCR, using either standard timer or Videoplus options, one is able to choose, in addition to the standard VCR's scanned-in channels, Line inputs L1 or L2 etc.

:confused:
 

nnicol

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You can set the channel selector to what ever channel you want and use "Easy Timer". It does work with L1 or L2. put the machine on the channel you want to record, set it in the correct record mode for the length of the programme you are recording and press "Easy Timer" and input the times. The section underneath the timer will show you the record mode and channel selected.
 

Phantom Phixer

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Of course you can record from L1. When using the Easy Timer you set the channel with the CH + & - buttons. This will cycle through the internal presets and all the external inputs. Just select L1.
 

HHGTTG

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Phantom Phixer said:
Of course you can record from L1. When using the Easy Timer you set the channel with the CH + & - buttons. This will cycle through the internal presets and all the external inputs. Just select L1.
Thank you both. That's exactly what I wanted to know. I wasn't sure, from the manual that L1 etc was included in the Ch+/Ch- selection.

Am I right in thinking that the EPG programmes featured under the Guide+ downloads are NOT included however?

Sorry for all these queries, but based on what I read and you all tell me, will influence whether I purchase one or not.

Thanks once again.
:hiya:
 

imagineers

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HHGTTG said:
, am I right in thinking that you cannot set up an event/programme/channel whatever you want to call it, that will link to the external input (LI/AV2 for eg) to which your STB might be connected. :confused:
No.

You can use a manual setting in guide plus to do that. Eg if its s sky box you put the epg number in and using glink will change channel for you
 

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