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  • Contains Circuit Diagrams
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Description of TOSHIBA RD-XS24SF Service Manual

Complete service manual in digital format (PDF File). Service manuals usually contains circuit diagrams, printed circuit boards, repair tips, wiring diagrams, block diagrams and parts list. Service Manual ( sometimes called Repair Manual ) is used mainly by technicians.

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Text excerpt from page 133 (click to view)
Operating Instructions



DVD-RW DVD-RW (VR) (Video)


DVD-R (Video)




Creating a DVD-Video using DVD-R/RW
Content stored on the HDD of the recorder can be edited and copied to a DVD-R, a popular media for distribution, and played on a compatible DVD video player. Rewriteable DVD-RW are also available. Caution
⢠Beforehand confirm the content in the disc. If you use a DVD-R, prepare a new one. This DVD-Video creation procedure is possible only once per disc on this recorder. Once you have copied to a DVD-R, you cannot redo it, add, delete, or correct the copied contents in the disc. If you start copying then cancel the job, you cannot re-use the DVD-R. If you use a DVD-RW, be sure to confirm contents in it. This procedure overwrites a whole disc, and all contents in a DVD-RW will be lost. If you want to add contents to a DVD-RW, do not use this procedure. Record directly or make a dubbing to the DVD-RW, then execute the finalization ( page 92). This procedure includes the finalizing process, and you will not be able to add, delete, or correct contents to a DVD-RW later, as it will have been finalized. If a finalized DVD-RW has remaining space, you can add contents there if you cancel the finalizing process of the DVD-RW ( page 93). ⢠Do not start copying to a DVD-R/RW when a programmed recording is scheduled to begin shortly. Copying entirely to a DVD-R/RW will take 1 hour and a half (variable depending on the contents). (This does not include time for âWriting Testâ. This option requires more time. Actual time for âWriting Testâ depends on the contents to test, and may be longer than the playing time of the contents if the disc contains too little contents or too many quality and picture settings, etc.) If a start time of a programmed recording comes during this procedure, the recording is made onto the HDD. However, while making a menu theme, the recording is not executed. Also, programmed recordings to DVD media with âOffâ setting of âRelief recordingâ ( page 123) are not executed. If a programmed recording starts during this procedure, you cannot continue to make one more discs after completion of the first disc. ⢠Ensure the compatibility of a disc. Refer to the page 6. A finalized DVD-RW (Video mode) can be used, but will be initialized. * Discs made by this procedure will comply with the DVD-Video standard. However, it is not guaranteed to play properly on all DVD video players (including TOSHIBA products). Depending on the disc, there may be a difference of data capacity between DVD-R and DVD-RW. It may be possible that contents you have just recorded onto a DVD-R cannot be recorded onto a DVD-RW. (DVD-RW capacity may be smaller.) ⢠Follow the instructions on handling of the disc.

⢠Record contents which you want to copy to DVD-R/RW to make DVD-Video, to the HDD with the following settings: - âDVD compatible modeâ ( page 28): âOn (Mode I)â or âOn (Mode II)â. ⢠Load a new DVD-R or a DVD-RW. (Follow the instructions on handling of the disc.) ⢠Press the HDD button to select the HDD mode.
Notes ⢠If you recorded a title while setting âDVD compatible modeâ ( page 28) to âOffâ or you used another recorder to record a title in a DVD-RAM disc, and you want to copy such a title to a DVD-R/RW to create a DVD-Video, first set âDVD compatible modeâ to âOn (Mode I)â or âOn (Mode II)â then execute the procedure of dubbing ( page 87). ⢠Depending on the disc, DVD-R 4X speed compatibility may be disabled.


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