Looks like a good possibility. The only thing I can't see from the spec is whether it is tri-pod mountable. Is this a standard feature among cameras? (I know very little about cameras and camcorders).
I am looking for some suggestions for an HD recorder. I am hoping for the following features:
- water resistant
- tripod mountable
- image stabilization
- night recording (low priority)
Thanks for all the help in this forum. I have read about this problem in the forum, but, have see no solutions to the problem.
The networking on the AVR was working fine until I attempted to turn off DHCP and assign a static IP. Now, when I go to the Network Setup page, it says "Network connecting" It has been this way for a few days now. I can not select to try to set it back to DHCP. I have tried a processor reset (Press and hold both "Standard" and "DSP...
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. I finally figured this out. Thought I would post detailed steps to this in case others are interested.
- Use remote to go to the menu.
- Select Input Setup -> Input Assign and then choose the DVR line.
- Set HDMI, Digiital and iPod to None.
- Set Comp to 3-RCA
From the back of the cable box (mine is a Scientific Atlanta, Explorer 8300 HDC) connect component video cables. Connect the other end to the Component...
Thanks for the link. I will definitely go read more. In the meantime, will continue this thread.
Ok, so I connected the cable box to the AVR with component cables to the DVR inputs on the AVR. On the AVR, I use the Video select and then dial in DVR. The pop-up on the screen show that I have it selected. But, all I see is the Denon logo on the screen.
Seems pretty straight forward. What am I missing?
Hey folks, I just got a Denon AVR-3310ci. I want to be able to watch one thing, for example cable TV, and listen to another, say the radio. Any ideas on how to do this? My setup is pretty straight forward, I have a cable box and a blu-ray player, bother going in as HDMI, and a single flat panel hooked up to the HDMI output.