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post #1 of 2 Old 03-15-2002, 03:34 PM - Thread Starter
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The whole stream with all channels is always

During playback on the JVC or on the DTC100
you can select the display subchannel using the
channel up / down feature on either machine.

During recording, you can also select the subchannel
that is displayed on the DTC100 using the DTC100
channel up / down.

What is unknown is how to make the component
outputs on the JVC display a particular subchannel
during recording.

For example:

A person is taping a DTV channel that has a sporting
event on one subchannel and a doppler radar display on
the other subchannel. The JVC records both channels,
but during recording the JVC component outputs only
show the doppler radar image, whereas the viewer
would like to watch the sporting event during recording.
The viewer only uses the component outputs of the
JVC, so the fact that the RCA can display the desired
channel is nice, but unhelpful.

So how do we do it?


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Up/down on the big purple button changes subchannels during playback. It might do it while recording too, particularly if done before recording is started.

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