Originally Posted by tayovm /forum/post/12417239
I have a couple of channels that have 3 digit extensions...ex. 82-300 am I just out of luck for trying to tune these in on my Philips DVDR3575H or am I just missing something ?
Originally Posted by madmod /forum/post/12406708
Does anyone know if you can "mod" the DVR by putting in a larger hard drive? 160G is ok but I have a whole season of Mad Man from AMC and it took up quite a chunk of space on my old Toshiba RD-XS52 from SD cable source. If I get this new DVR w/ digital tuner and start recording /seasonpass/ of BSG or some other hip HD shows like Houe, the wee 160G won't hold.
Has anyone has performed this type of surgery? I know if will void the warranty... Forgive me if this is not the right forum for the question.
Originally Posted by s3bash /forum/post/12417742
I've tried...but Philips,like the others uses a proprietary disk format...and to make the replacement we need a service disk and a service remote control....
|RTD Mode||PQ Drama||PQ Sports*|
Originally Posted by jjeff /forum/post/12437038
...One last thing, is there a way to reset this unit back to "out of box state". Maby I could give that a whirl. I tried the reset option in one of the setup screens, but I'm not sure if it was back to "out of box" state. Could you confurm? thanks again.
Originally Posted by wabjxo /forum/post/12298346
*Advantages of a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) in a DVDR*
4. Play and Record Simultaneously. What's that you say... do both at the same time? Yup! Timer recording one of your weekly shows, but want to Play something else from the HDD or DVD? No problem... it's multi-tasking! You really will have a hard time explaining this new "multi-tasking" machine to certain people... who will remain un-named by me... you know who they are!
Originally Posted by richardfalco /forum/post/12438604
Hey all! I am a happy PIO640 owner looking for second DVR. I've been very happy with my PIO, but this Philips caught my eye.
I seem to remember an older Philips or maybe a Panasonic DVR (I've looked at so many different ones over the past year I can't keep them strainght any more), that you could NOT 'chase play' your timer recording that was in progress.
Before I order this one, I just wanted to make sure that you could actually watch, pause, rewind a timer recording in progress.
I also want to make sure that you can watch another recorded show or play a DVD while you are timer recording.