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Wednesday, September 29, 2004
Pioneer DVR-320-s DVD Recorder

3. Control Menu

Pioneer DVR-320-S DVD Recorder

Control Menu

By turning on the player, we don't see any kind of welcome screen, but instead the DVR-320 waits for a command from the remote control. By pressing the "HOME MENU" button on the remote, we are presented with the main menu of the DVR-320, where we can do many different tasks like configuring the unit, set up the recording timer, use the Photoviewer to view photos stored on a CD/DVD, perform adjustments on the video and audio quality etc.


Let's see the Initial Setup menu in detail.


The Basic menu





We continue with the Tuner menu




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