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    Lite-On LVW-5001 Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: January 3rd, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 7/10
    Bottom Line: This is Lite-On's third Consumer Entertainment product, and it offers probably the most interesting feature of any model, DVD Recording. The LVW-5001 lets you record from a video source directly to a DVD! But does it perform well? Read SLCentral.com's official review...

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    Settings

    Like our past Lite-On Consumer Electronics reviews, here is an overview of the settings in the setup menu of the device.

    When the device is turned on, you get to a pretty blue Lite-On “homepage.” Pressing the Menu button gets you to the setup.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    The first menu to pop up is the System settings. Here, you can choose the language, TV Type (NTSC, PAL), Date, Time, Video Output, and if you want to use an auto-sleep.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    Next is Playback. Here, you can choose the aspect ratio (such as 16:9 widescreen, 4:3), Menu language, Audio language, Subtitle language (these are all defaults), Parental Control on/off, Parental Control password, Picture Slideshow time, and VCD PBC.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    The next menu is Record. Here, you can choose the quality of the video (HQ, SP, EP, SLP), as well as the Chapter Mark. The Chapter Mark is the time between each DVD chapter.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    Next is Audio. Here, you can choose the digital out settings, as well as if you want to use DTS out.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    Finally, we have TV Tuner. Here, you choose what kind of TV signal you use, as well as your country.

    Lite-On LVW-5001

    Overall, the setup on this device is easy to use, and quite useful.



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    1. Introduction
    2. Design
    3. Features
    4. Settings
    5. Remote Control
    6. Conclusion

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