Neuros Audio 442 User Manual

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Note: The repeat function described in the Video Player section above is also
valid for the Audio Player menu.

Video Recording

1. Insert the single end of the supplied Line In/Out Cable to the Line In port on

the top side of the Neuros 442 and insert the three (red, white, and yellow)
connectors on the other end of the Cable into the corresponding colored ports
for the device you will be recording from (the “source” such as cable box,
VCR, DVD player, camcorder, etc). Make sure the cables are inserted into the
“out” ports of the source device.

Note: Most TVs do not have a video output. For this reason, you won’t be able to
record directly from the TV and will most likely have to record TV shows from a
cable box, satellite receiver box, or Personal Video Recorder (PVR) and Digital
Video Recorder (for example, TiVo



2. While on the Neuros 442 main menu, use the Navigation Joystick to

highlight the Video Recording icon, then press the Play/Pause key to enter
the Video Recording category. Once you are on this screen you will see a
film banner with the letters ‘PVR’ on the left side. Press the Menu button
while viewing this screen and you will be able to set recording options
(resolution and quality), the recording time limit (set in increments of 30
minutes), and the Timer Recording. Once you have chosen the recording
options you want, press the BACK/EXIT button to close the menu.

Important: the default setting for the recording time is 30 minutes. If you
wish to record a longer video, make sure to change the recording time
before starting the recording.

Note: You can choose among several levels of recording to trade-off picture
quality with the amount of disc storage required: QVGA (320X240) is the lowest
setting and is recommended if you only plan to play back your video on the
Neuros 442 and wish to use the least storage space. This resolution is all you
need for the small screen. While it’s also compatible with TV’s, etc, the
sharpness of the picture will decline as the screen becomes larger. HVGA
(640x240) provides a higher quality for playback on TV’s. The extra resolution is
unnecessary for the Neuros 442 and will consume more disc space. You can
also choose a fine, normal or economy recording. The higher the quality of the
recording, the bigger the file will be.

3. Press the Play/Pause button to start the video recording. The banner will

disappear from the screen and you will see the images of what is being