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Date: September 16th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Gateway
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ONSCREEN SETUP


When you press the remote control's setup button, you will be confronted with the following.



The System subsection is where the user can configure the language, date, time and the video output you will be using in your situation and area. Use the remote control's navigation keypad and navigate and set the basic setting to your particular liking.



The playback subsection is where you can set your standard DVD playback controls along with the parental lockout and the photo and video CD settings.



The record subsection is for the DVD recording settings but I wouldn't change anything in this area. In the next page I will show you where you should do all your DVD recording configurations.



Next is the audio section where you can toggle the Digital and DTS output settings for your home theater receiver connection.


The next section is just like any other VCR or TV channel settings where you will be selecting your antenna source and having the player auto scan and program in your available channels. With all said and done, even the novice can have everything onscreen setup in about 2-5 minutes.


Now lets get on with some DVD recording.

 


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