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    Lightbulb EXT1 out to recorder ? 37PFL8404H/12

    Dear All

    I own a 37PFL8404H/12 and I wanted to do define EXT1 or EXT2 to output the TV Signal to the recorder.
    I've done things like that 20 years ago with other products and I'm totally confused there seems no way to do that.

    There's a TV option called DECODER and I can set it to EXT1 or EXT2 but I assume thats INPUT only.

    Basically, as you may guess, I'd like to record what I see on the screen. Simply as that.

    fanks for any hint pushing me a step forward
    <<<1stBiker



    Therefore my TV can read FAT32 and NTFS formats which another top modern state-of-the-art TV in my home just cant :-)
    so .. I'm totally happy with my phillips
    Last edited by 1stBiker; 04-08-2012 at 12:56 AM.

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