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Directv/Tivo to Panny DVDR Problem

post #1 of 6
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Hi all. My first post here, and I'm kind of embarrassed to admit I'm having a problem setting up my Panny DMR-ES25 to record saved programs off my Directv/Tivo box (HR10-250). I did a search, but could not find an answer.

Does anyone have this set up? I am unable to see the signal being sent to the Panny DVDR. I can see the on screen displays from the DVDR, so I know the hookup from it to the TV is OK.

I have connected the Tivo to the DVDR with an S-video cable into IN1 on the back of the DVDR, and set the input to IN1. I see no picture. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, or if the Panny has a problem.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
post #2 of 6
You need the red and white audio cables for the audio. Just for grins you might try the yellow video conector just to see if it works.
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Originally Posted by FarmBubba View Post

You need the red and white audio cables for the audio. Just for grins you might try the yellow video conector just to see if it works.

Already tried the Yellow, and no luck. I've got the R&W audio hooked up. No sound either.
post #4 of 6
You need to set the HR10-250 to 480i mode to get a signal on the composite/s-video jacks.
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You need to set the HR10-250 to 480i mode to get a signal on the composite/s-video jacks.

I agree. Do you have the DVR set to 480i? If not that is your problem.
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Originally Posted by cnixon View Post

You need to set the HR10-250 to 480i mode to get a signal on the composite/s-video jacks.

cnixon and Hoffa, that did it. Thanks a million!
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