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PIONEER DVR-810H-S/KU
Owner's Manual


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Description of PIONEER DVR-810H-S/KU Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

The manual is available in languages: English

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Text excerpt from page 17 (click to view)
Chapter

2

The

Basics

in

5

Short

Tours

Tour One: Play with Live TV
In this tour, you’ll learn how to control live TV. So turn on your TV and grab your remote! (When you want to watch live TV, just press the LIVE TV button.) First, press the PAUSE button—the program you’re watching pauses. Now you can stand up and stretch, or go to the kitchen and get a snack. You can pause live TV for up to 30 minutes! Press the PAUSE ( ) button again and the program resumes. But for now, press PLAY and the program resumes.
Changing channels works just like
®

you would expect it to: use the

number buttons on the remote control to enter a channel number, then press ENTER; or press the CHAN UP or CHAN DOWN buttons to surf one channel at a time.

Next, press BACK—the program rewinds. Press the BACK ( ) button a second time—it goes faster! A third time—faster still! Both the FWD ( ) and BACK ( ) buttons have three speeds. Press them a fourth time (or press PLAY ( ) at any time) to return to normal speed. + Press PAUSE once more, then immediately press FWD—frame-by-frame forward! Press BACK—frame-by-frame rewind. When your show is paused, FWD and BACK let you go frame by frame. Press PLAY ( ) to resume watching at normal speed. Try out the INSTANT REPLAY button. INSTANT REPLAY jumps you back eight seconds—useful for when you miss a great sports play or a bit of dialog. If you fast forward too far, press INSTANT REPLAY once or twice to go back and hit your mark. + Press INSTANT REPLAY again, then immediately press SLOW. You get your own slow-motion replay! Finally, try the ADVANCE button. Presto! You’re caught up to live TV. Pressing the ADVANCE button again takes you back to the beginning of the program. In addition, pressing the ADVANCE button from within a list (for example, the Now Playing list) jumps you to the top or bottom of the list.

You can use your Recorder’s remote
®

to control the power, volume, mute,

and TV input settings on your TV. For information on setting this up, see the Installation Guide that came with your Recorder.

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