A
MCR-840
(R-840 + DVD-840 + NS-BP300)
RECEIVER/DVD PLAYER
OWNER'S MANUAL
CAUTION: READ THIS BEFORE OPERATING YOUR UNIT.
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To assure the finest performance, please read this manual
carefully. Keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Install this sound system in a well ventilated, cool, dry, clean
place and away from direct sunlight, heat sources, vibration, dust,
moisture and cold. For proper ventilation, allow the following
minimum clearances.
Top: 30 cm (R-840 Only)
Rear: 10 cm
Sides: 10 cm
Locate this unit away from other electrical appliances, motors, or
transformers to avoid humming sounds.
Do not expose this unit to sudden temperature changes from cold
to hot, and do not locate this unit in an environment with high
humidity (i.e. a room with a humidifier) to prevent condensation
inside this unit, which may cause an electrical shock, fire,
damage to this unit, and/or personal injury.
Avoid installing this unit where foreign object may fall onto this
unit and/or this unit may be exposed to liquid dripping or
splashing. On the top of this unit, do not place:
– Other components, as they may cause damage and/or
discoloration on the surface of this unit.
– Burning objects (i.e. candles), as they may cause fire, damage
to this unit, and/or personal injury.
– Containers with liquid in them, as they may fall and liquid
may cause electrical shock to the user and/or damage to this
unit.
Do not cover this unit with a newspaper, tablecloth, curtain, etc.
in order not to obstruct heat radiation. If the temperature inside
this unit rises, it may cause fire, damage to this unit, and/or
personal injury.
Do not plug in this unit to a wall outlet until all connections are
complete.
Do not operate this unit upside-down. It may overheat, possibly
causing damage.
Do not use force on switches, knobs and/or cords.
When disconnecting the power cable from the wall outlet, grasp
the plug; do not pull the cable.
Do not clean this unit with chemical solvents; this might damage
the finish. Use a clean, dry cloth.
Only voltage specified on this unit must be used. Using this unit
with a higher voltage than specified is dangerous and may cause
fire, damage to this unit, and/or personal injury. Yamaha will not
be held responsible for any damage resulting from use of this unit
with a voltage other than specified.
To prevent damage by lightning, keep the power cable and
outdoor antennas disconnected from a wall outlet or this unit
during a lightning storm.
Do not attempt to modify or fix this unit. Contact qualified
Yamaha service personnel when any service is needed. The
cabinet should never be opened for any reasons.
When not planning to use this unit for long periods of time (i.e.
vacation), disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
Be sure to read the “TROUBLESHOOTING” section on
common operating errors before concluding that this unit is
faulty.
Before moving this unit, press
to set it to standby mode and
disconnect the AC power plug from the wall outlet.
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18 Condensation will form when the surrounding temperature
changes suddenly. Disconnect the power cable from the outlet,
then leave this unit alone.
19 When using this unit for a long time, this unit may become warm.
Turn the power off, then leave this unit alone for cooling.
20 Install this unit near the AC outlet and where the AC power plug
can be reached easily.
21 The batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as
sunshine, fire or the like.
22 Excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can
cause hearing loss.
This unit is not disconnected from the AC power source as
long as it is connected to the wall outlet, even if this unit itself
is turned off by . This state is called standby mode. In this
state, this unit is designed to consume a very small quantity of
power.
LASER SAFETY
This unit employs a laser. Due to possible eye injury, only a
qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to
service this device.
DANGER
This unit emits visible laser radiation when open. Avoid direct
eye exposure to beam. When this unit is plugged into the wall
outlet, do not place your eyes close to the opening of the disc tray
and other openings to look into inside.
The laser component in this product is capable of emitting
radiation exceeding the limit for Class 1.
LASER
Type
Semiconductor laser AlGaInP
Wave length
655 nm (DVD)
790 nm (VCD/CD)
Output Power
5 mW (DVD)
7 mW (VCD/CD)
Beam divergence
20 degree
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CONTENTS
FEATURES ............................................................. 2
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES ................................. 2
NOTES ABOUT PLAYABLE DISCS/FILES ...... 3
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS.......................... 4
PREPARATION
PREPARATIONS ................................................... 8
SETTING THE SYSTEM ................................... 14
BASIC OPERATIONS
SYSTEM OPERATIONS..................................... 17
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS......... 19
Automatic tuning ..................................................... 33
Manual tuning.......................................................... 33
Automatic preset tuning........................................... 33
Manual preset tuning ............................................... 34
Selecting preset stations........................................... 34
OTHER OPERATIONS
SETTING THE TIMER .......................................35
Setting the clock timer ............................................. 35
Setting the sleep timer ............................................. 36
SETTING THE AUTO-STANDBY MODE........37
CONTROLLING iPod™......................................38
Using iPod™ ........................................................... 38
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS ..........................39
Audio Settings menu ............................................... 39
Video Adjust menu .................................................. 39
Initial Settings menu ................................................ 40
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................45
Receiver (R-840)...................................................... 45
Remote control ........................................................ 47
DVD player (DVD-840) .......................................... 47
SUPPORTED DISCS AND FORMATS..............49
Copy Control CDs ................................................... 49
DualDisc .................................................................. 49
Recordable disc compatibility ................................. 49
Discs made on a computer....................................... 49
MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC files ..................... 49
JPEG files ................................................................ 50
About DivX® ........................................................... 50
About WMV ............................................................ 50
About MPEG-4 AAC............................................... 51
About WMA ............................................................ 51
DVD-Video regions ................................................. 51
NOTES ABOUT HANDLING DISCS ................52
GLOSSARY ...........................................................53
SPECIFICATIONS ...............................................55
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Resetting the DVD player........................................ 56
LANGUAGE, COUNTRY, AND REGION
LISTS .................................................................57
Language list............................................................ 57
Country and region list ............................................ 57
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English
Using the on-screen display..................................... 19
Playback operations ................................................. 19
Stopping playback ................................................... 20
Resume and Last Memory ....................................... 20
Pausing playback ..................................................... 20
Rewind and fast forward.......................................... 20
Selecting chapters and tracks................................... 21
Selecting items by number....................................... 21
DVD-Video menus .................................................. 21
VCD and SVCD menus (PBC)................................ 21
Slow-motion playback ............................................. 22
Frame-by-frame playback........................................ 22
Selecting languages and audio................................. 22
Selecting subtitles .................................................... 22
Selecting camera angles........................................... 23
Zoom........................................................................ 23
Repeat playback....................................................... 23
A–B repeat playback................................................ 24
Random playback .................................................... 24
Program playback .................................................... 25
Searching Discs ....................................................... 25
Playing JPEG slideshows......................................... 26
Using Disc Navigator with DVD-Video, VCD,
and SVCD discs................................................... 26
FM TUNING..........................................................33
OTHER
OPERATIONS
Basic system operations........................................... 17
Changing the brightness of the front panel
display ................................................................. 18
To use headphones ................................................... 18
Preparing the DAB tuning ....................................... 29
Tuning DAB stations ............................................... 29
DAB station information ......................................... 30
Presetting DAB stations........................................... 30
Selecting preset DAB stations (Preset tuning)......... 30
Using DAB option menu ......................................... 31
DAB frequency information .................................... 32
TUNER
OPERATIONS
Turn on the TV and the system................................ 14
Setting the TV display ............................................. 14
Selecting the output type for COMPONENT
jacks..................................................................... 15
Selecting the HDMI audio output............................ 15
On-screen display (OSD) language ......................... 15
Audio, Subtitle and Disc menu languages............... 16
DAB (DIGITAL AUDIO BROADCASTING)
TUNING.............................................................29
BASIC
OPERATIONS
Connecting speakers/external components/
antennas ................................................................. 8
Connecting power cables ........................................... 9
Connecting a recorder (CDR, MDR, etc.) ............... 10
Connecting an AV receiver or decoder .................... 10
Connecting an iPod™.............................................. 11
Connecting USB devices ......................................... 11
Installing the batteries in the remote control ........... 12
Using the remote control ......................................... 12
Adjusting the Clock ................................................. 13
TUNER OPERATIONS
PREPARATION
Receiver (R-840)........................................................ 4
DVD player (DVD-840) ............................................ 5
Remote control........................................................... 6
Using Disc Navigator with MP3, WMA,
MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®, WMV, and
JPEG discs/USB devices ..................................... 27
Viewing disc information......................................... 28
Viewing the audio format ........................................ 28
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
INTRODUCTION
FEATURES
Receiver (R-840)
DVD player (DVD-840)
• Minimum RMS output power per channel
65W + 65W (6Ω, 1kHz, 10% THD)
• 30-station DAB preset tuning
• 30-station FM preset tuning
• iPod playability (with rechargeable function)
• Pure Direct mode
• Adjustable display brightness
• Plays DVDs, Super Video CDs/Video CDs,
Audio CDs, MP3/WMA/MPEG-4 AAC discs,
WMV discs, DivX discs and JPEG discs
• Plays MP3/WMA/MPEG-4 AAC and JPEG files
stored on a USB device
• Linked operation with the receiver such as
Pure Direct mode, adjustable display
brightness and INPUT mode
■ About this manual
• In this manual, “R-840” is described as “receiver” and “DVD-840” is described as “DVD player”.
• This manual describes how to operate the system using a remote control except when it is not available. Some of these operations are
also available using the front panel buttons.
• y indicates a tip for your operation.
• Notes contain important information about safety and operating instructions.
• This manual is printed prior to production. Design and specifications are subject to change in part as a result of improvements, etc. In
case of differences between the manual and the product, the product has priority.
SUPPLIED ACCESSORIES
This product includes the following accessories. Before connecting this system, make sure you received all of the following parts.
Remote
control
Indoor FM antenna
USB cap*
DVD player
USB
Indoor DAB antenna
CAUTION
Keep the USB cap out of the reach of children,
so that it is not mistakenly swallowed.
System control
cable (0.6 m)
iPod dock cover*
Composite video
cable (1.5 m)
iPod
Batteries (x2)
(AAA, R03, UM-4)
INPUT
RCA stereo
cable (1.0 m)
VOLUME
Receiver
* The USB cap and the iPod dock cover are supplied
with this product to cover the USB port and the
iPod dock when not in use.
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NOTES ABOUT PLAYABLE DISCS/FILES
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The DVD player is designed for use with the following
discs.
Refer to “DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS” (☞p.19)
for details.
DVD disc:
■ Region codes
Compact Disc:
DVD-Video, DVD-R/-RW/-R DL,
DVD+R/+RW/+R DL
Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW,
Video CD (VCD), Super Video CD
(SVCD)
Notes
• DVD-R/-RW/-R DL and DVD+R/+RW/+R DL discs recorded
in DVD-Video compatible format.
• DVD-R/-RW/-R DL discs recorded in VR format (compatible
with CPRM).
• CD-R/RW, DVD-R/-RW/-R DL and DVD+R/+RW/+R DL
cannot be played unless finalized.
• Multi-session discs are not supported.
• Some discs recorded on PC cannot be played depending on the
settings of the application software.
• Discs recorded on a PC by packet writing cannot be played on
this DVD player.
• This unit is not compatible with 8-cm discs.
■ Playable files
The DVD player can play the following formatted files
recorded on CD-R/RW, DVD-R/-RW, DVD+R/+RW and
USB devices.
Compressed audio file
The DVD player is designed to support the Region
Management System. Check the region code number on
the disc package. If the number does not match the unit’s
region number (Refer to the table below or the back of the
unit), the unit may be unable to play the disc.
Destination
Region code
of DVD-840
U.S.A., and Canada
model
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ALL
Europe
model
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ALL
Asia and Taiwan
models
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ALL
Australia
model
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ALL
Russia
model
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ALL
China
model
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ALL
INTRODUCTION
■ Playable discs
Playable discs
■ To play back an 8-cm (3-inch) CD
Place it in the inner recessed area of the disc tray. Do not
put a normal (12-cm) CD on top of an 8-cm (3-inch) CD.
Note: Do not use any lens cleaners as they may be a
cause of malfunction.
• MPEG1 audio layer3 (MP3)
• Windows Media Audio (WMA)
• MPEG-4 AAC
Still image file
• JPEG
• FUJICOLOR CD
• KODAK Picture CD
Movie file
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(except files saved on USB devices)
• WMV
• DivX® Ultra
– Official DivX® Ultra Certified product.
– Plays all versions of DivX® video (including
DivX® 6) with enhanced playback of DivX® media
files and the DivX® Media Format.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Receiver (R-840)
■ Front panel
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VOLUME
INPUT
PRESET
TUNED STEREO
kHz SLEEP MHz
iPod
TIMER
MIN
BASS
TREBLE
PRESET
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A BC
D
MAX
BALANCE
PHONES
PURE DIRECT
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E
F G
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Front view
Top view
1 INPUT
Selects an input source.
B TIMER indicator
Lights up when the timer is set (☞p.35).
2 On/Standby indicator
Lights up in green when the receiver is turned on. Lights
up in amber when the receiver is in standby mode.
C BASS
Adjusts the low frequency response (☞p.17).
3 Remote control sensor
Receives signals from the remote control.
4 PRESET indicator
Lights up when you select preset radio stations (☞p.30,
p.34).
5 TUNED indicator
Lights up when the receiver is tuned into a station.
6 STEREO indicator
Lights up when the receiver is receiving a strong signal
from a DAB/FM stereo broadcast.
7 SLEEP indicator
Lights up when the sleep timer is on (☞p.36).
8 Front panel display
Shows the various information such as the tuning frequency.
9 VOLUME
Adjusts the volume level.
0
(On/Standby)
Turns the receiver on or sets it to standby mode.
A PHONES jack
Outputs audio signals for private listening with
headphones.
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D TREBLE
Adjusts the high frequency response (☞p.17).
E BALANCE
Adjusts the audio output balance of the left to right
speakers to compensate for imbalances caused by speaker
locations or listening room conditions.
F PRESET d / u
Selects a preset station. The input source is changed to
either DAB or FM, whichever was last selected. Operable
even when the receiver is in standby mode (☞p.30, p.34).
G PURE DIRECT
Turns on or off Pure Direct mode (☞p.17).
When Pure Direct mode is on, the indicator lights up in
blue.
H h/e
Starts and pauses the playback of iPod. The input source is
changed to iPod. Operable even when the receiver is in
standby mode.
I iPod dock
Connect your iPod (☞p.11).
CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
DVD player (DVD-840)
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USB
A
CD MP3 WMA
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INTRODUCTION
■ Front panel
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TRACK TOTAL REMAIN PROG RANDOM REP OFF S ALL A-B
B
1 USB port
Connect your USB device.
2 Front panel display
Shows the current status of the DVD player.
3 p (play) indicator
Appears during playback.
4 Time display mode indicator
Indicate the kind of time information displayed on the
front panel display (☞p.28).
5 PROG indicator
Lights up when Program play mode is selected.
C
DE
A
(On/Standby)
Turns on the DVD player or sets it to standby mode.
When this button is pressed during standby mode, the
receiver automatically turns on and the input source
changes to either DISC or USB, whichever was selected
last.
B e (pause) indicator
Lights up while the DVD player is paused.
C Disc tray
Holds a disc to be played back.
6 RANDOM indicator
Lights up when Random play mode is selected.
D
Opens and closes the disc tray.
When this button is pressed during standby mode, the
receiver automatically turns on and the input source
changes to DISC.
7 REP OFF S ALL A-B indicator
Lights up when Repeat play mode is selected.
E
Stops playback (☞p.20).
8
Returns to the beginning of the current chapter or track.
Press and hold to fast reverse. Press twice to skip to the
previous chapter or track (☞p.20).
9
Starts or pauses playback (☞p.19).
When this button is pressed during standby mode, the
receiver automatically turns on and the input source
changes to either DISC or USB, whichever was last
selected.
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0
Skips to the next chapter or track. Press and hold to fast
forward (☞p.20).
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
Remote control
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2
3
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9
0
A
B
C
O
To operate your iPod
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Q
R
S
t
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V
W
X
D
E
Y
F
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Z
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K
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M
N
This remote control can operate the system components
(including tuner functions) and an iPod stationed in the
iPod dock on the top of the receiver.
To operate the DVD player, tuner functions, or an iPod
using the remote control, you need to set the receiver to
corresponding input mode (☞8Input selection keys).
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a
b
c
d
Press the corresponding iPod operation key on the remote
control.
The iPod operation keys are indicated with
in the
section below. See page 38 for more information on the
operation of your iPod.
1 Infrared signal transmitter
Sends signals to the system you want to control.
2
(On/Standby)
Turns the system on or sets it to standby mode.
3 MENU
Returns to the upper level in the iPod menu.
4
Skips to the next song. Press and hold to fast forward.
5
Skips to the beginning of the current track. Press twice to
skip back to the previous track. Press and hold to fast
reverse.
6 ENTER
Press ENTER to enter the selected group. (Pressing
ENTER starts playback when a song is selected.)
7
Starts or Pauses Playback.
8 Input selection keys
Selects the input source on the receiver.
When selecting an input source, press the corresponding
input selection key (or turn INPUT on the front panel).
The name of the corresponding input source appears on
the front panel display of the receiver.
Each time you press TUNER, the input switches between
DAB and FM.
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When DISC or USB is selected as an input source, the DVD
player turns on automatically and when other input source is
selected, the DVD player sets to standby mode.
9 MEMORY
Stores a preset station in the memory (☞p.30, p.34). Starts
Automatic preset tuning (☞p.33).
0 MONO
Sets FM broadcasting receiving mode to monaural mode.
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CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS
B OPTION
Enters option menu mode.
See pages 31, 34 and 37 for option menu items.
T PRESET u / d
Select a preset station (☞p.30, p.34).
C TIMER
Shows the current time on the front panel display of the
receiver.
And sets the clock (☞p.13) or the timer (☞p.35).
U DIMMER
Changes the brightness of the front panel display (☞p.18).
V PURE DIRECT
Turns on or off Pure Direct mode (☞p.17).
D TOP MENU
Displays the DVD’s top menu (☞p.21).
W SLEEP
Sets the sleep timer on the system (☞p.36).
E , , , , ENTER
For selecting and confirming an item.
X MENU
Displays the DVD’s menu (☞p.21).
F SETUP
Displays the Setup menu (☞p.14).
Y VOLUME +/–
Adjusts the overall volume level on the receiver.
G
Pauses playback (☞p.20).
Z RETURN
Returns to the previous menu (☞p.19).
H
Stops playback (☞p.20).
[
Starts playback (☞p.19).
I
,
Rewind and fast-forward.
\ MUTE
Turn off the volume (☞p.18).
J Numeric keys
Input numbers.
]
,
Skips to the beginning of the current or next chapter or
track.
K AUDIO
Selects the audio format and soundtrack (☞p.22).
L SUBTITLE
Selects subtitles (☞p.22).
M RANDOM
Turns on/off the Random Play mode (☞p.24).
N REPEAT
Selects Repeat Play mode (☞p.23).
O
Opens and closes the disc tray.
P ,
Press or
(☞p.38).
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A DISPLAY
Switches the information shown on the front panel display
of the receiver and DVD player (☞p.28, p.30).
d
S TUNING d / d
d
d
d / d to Manual tuning and press and
Press TUNINGd
d
hold TUNING d / d
d to Automatic tuning (☞p.29, p.33).
` CLEAR
Clears an entry.
a ENTER
Confirms an entry.
b ZOOM
Zooms on-screen pictures (☞p.23).
c ANGLE
Selects an camera angle (☞p.23).
d ON SCREEN
Displays disc information on-screen (☞p.28).
to switch an item in the selected group
Q SHUFFLE
Selects mode of Shuffle Play (☞p.38).
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R REPEAT
Selects mode of Repeat Play (☞p.38).
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PREPARATIONS
PREPARATION
PREPARATIONS
Connecting speakers/external components/antennas
Make sure you read the following procedure and note carefully before connecting the system. The remote control
and linked operation of the system only work when the receiver and the DVD player are connected via
the system control cable. For information on the speakers (NS-BP300), refer to the owner’s manual supplied with it.
Connecting the system
1 Connect the AUDIO IN ( A PLAYER L/R) jacks of the receiver to the AUDIO OUT ( A L/R) jacks of the DVD
player using the supplied audio RCA stereo cable.
2 Connect the SYSTEM CONNECTOR ( B TO:PLAYER) jack of the receiver to the SYSTEM CONNECTOR
( B TO:RECEIVER) jack of the DVD player using the supplied system control cable.
3 Connect the speaker terminals (L) of the receiver to the speaker terminals of the left speaker and the speaker terminals
(R) of the receiver to the speaker terminals of the right speaker using the speaker cables supplied with the speaker set
(NS-BP300).
4 Connect the supplied FM antenna to the FM jack, and DAB antenna to the DAB jack.
Indoor DAB antenna (supplied)
y
Stretch out the antenna and place it to find the best reception
position then fix it.
TV etc.
DVD player (DVD-840)
System control cable
(supplied)
RCA stereo cable
(supplied)
Audio
out
Right speaker Left speaker
(NS-BP300)
(NS-BP300)
RCA
stereo
cable
Subwoofer
Receiver (R-840)
(Europe model)
CAUTION
• Do not connect this unit or other components to the main power until all connections between components are complete.
• Do not let the bare speaker wires touch each other or any metal part of the receiver. This could damage the receiver and/or the
speakers.
• All connections must be correct: L (left) to L, R (right) to R, “+” to “+” and “–” to “–”. If the connections are faulty, no sound will be
heard from the speakers, and if the polarity of the speaker connections is incorrect, the sound will be unnatural and lack bass. Also,
refer to the owner’s manual for each of your components.
Notes
• The system control connection is used to transmit the remote control signals from the receiver to the DVD player.
• When connecting speakers other than NS-BP300, use speakers having more than 6Ω impedance.
• If there is a problem of weak radio wave reception in your area or you want to improve radio reception, we recommend that you use
commercially available outdoor antennas. For details, consult the nearest authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
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PREPARATIONS
Connecting a TV to the system
1 Connect the system and your TV via the HDMI jack, COMPONENT jacks or VIDEO jack of the DVD player and the
corresponding jack(s) of your TV.
2 Set “TV Screen” according to your TV (see “Setting the TV display” on page 14).
DVD player (DVD-840)
When connecting the system and your TV via the COMPONENT jacks, set the DVD player as described in “Selecting
the output type for COMPONENT jacks” (☞p.15).
When connecting the system and your TV via the HDMI jacks, set “HDMI Resolution” and “HDMI Color” of “Video
Output settings” in the Initial Settings menu (☞p.40).
PREPARATION
Composite video cable (supplied)
Connecting power cables
After you made all connections, connect the power cables of this system and other components to AC wall outlets.
Receiver (R-840)
To AC wall outlet
To AC wall outlet
DVD player (DVD-840)
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PREPARATIONS
Connecting a recorder (CDR, MDR,
etc.)
You can connect a recording component, such as a CDR or
MDR, to the DVD player for recording.
DVD player (DVD-840)
Connecting an AV receiver or
decoder
The DVD player downmixes multi-channel sources, such
as Dolby Digital and DTS, into a 2-channel stereo mix that
you can enjoy through the speakers connected to the DVD
player. By connecting an AV receiver/decoder to the DVD
player’s DIGITAL OUT jack, you can enjoy Dolby Digital
and DTS sources though the speakers connected to your
AV receiver/decoder.
Notes
Optical cable
(sold separately)
• Make sure the digital audio output settings are configured so
that the DIGITAL OUT outputs MPEG, Dolby Digital, and
DTS material as it is and not as PCM.
• You may want to turn down the volume on the DVD player all
the way when listening through the speakers connected to your
AV receiver/decoder.
• The DIGITAL OUT outputs audio only when the input source is
DISC or USB.
DVD player (DVD-840)
Recording component
(CDR, MDR)
Notes
• Do not connect the power cable to the DVD player until all
other connections have been completed.
• Turn off the recording component before connecting it to the
DVD player.
• The DIGITAL OUT outputs audio only when the input source is
DISC or USB, and with some discs and files, recording may not
be possible due to copy protection.
Optical cable
(sold separately)
AV receiver/decoder
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PREPARATIONS
Connecting an iPod™
Connecting USB devices
The receiver is equipped with the iPod dock on the top
panel where you can station your iPod and control
playback of your iPod using the supplied remote control.
Use this receiver with iPod dock adapter (supplied with
your iPod or commercially available) appropriate for your
iPod. If you use this receiver without using an appropriate
iPod dock adapter, loose connection may result.
This DVD player has a USB port and can access MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, or JPEG files saved on your USB
device. Connect your USB device to the USB port on the
front panel of the DVD player.
USB
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PREPARATION
When the receiver is turned on or in standby mode, connect the
iPod during the playback. The receiver automatically starts
playback of iPod (for the fifth or later generation of iPod, iPod
touch, iPod Classic, or iPod nano).
DVD player
iPod
USB device
iPod dock adapter
■ Supported USB devices
This DVD player supports USB mass storage class
devices (e.g., flash memories, card readers or portable
audio players) using FAT16 or FAT32 format.
iPod
VOLUME
INPUT
Notes
MIN
BASS
TREBLE
PRESET
-
+
-
MAX
BALANCE
PHONES
+
L
PURE DIRECT
R
Receiver
Notes
• Only iPod (Click and Wheel), iPod nano, iPod Classic, iPod
mini and iPod touch are supported.
• Do not connect any iPod accessories (such as headphones, a
wired remote control, or an FM transmitter) to your iPod when
it is stationed in the iPod dock.
• Unless your iPod is firmly stationed in the iPod dock, audio
signals may not be output properly.
• Once the connection between your iPod and the receiver is
complete and the receiver is set to iPod mode (☞p.6),
“CONNECTED” appears on the front panel display. If the
connection between your iPod and the receiver fails, a status
message appears on the front panel display. For a complete list
of connection status message, see the iPod section in
“TROUBLESHOOTING” (☞p.45).
• When your iPod is stationed in the iPod dock of the receiver,
your iPod can be charged automatically even when the receiver
is in standby mode.
• You can disconnect the iPod during the playback.
• Some devices may not work properly even if they meet the
requirements.
• Do not connect devices other than the USB mass storage class
devices.
• When you insert two or more memory cards at the same time
using card readers, etc., only one of the memory cards is
recognized.
• Yamaha and suppliers accept no liability for the loss of data
saved on the USB devices connected to the receiver. As a
precaution, it is recommended that the files are made backup
copies.
• Playability of and power supply to all kind of USB devices are
not guaranteed.
• When your USB device is connected to the USB port, your
USB device can be charged automatically even when the DVD
player is in standby mode. Some USB devices cannot be
charged in standby mode.
• You can disconnect the USB device during the playback.
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PREPARATIONS
Installing the batteries in the
remote control
1
3
Using the remote control
The remote control transmits a directional infrared beam.
Be sure to aim the remote control directly at the remote
control sensor on the front panel of the receiver during
operation.
Receiver (R-840)
VOLUME
INPUT
MIN
BASS
TREBLE
2
PRESET
L
30˚
MAX
BALANCE
PHONES
Within 6 m
(20 feet)
PURE DIRECT
R
30˚
■ Notes on batteries
• Change both batteries when the operation range of the
remote control decreases.
• Use AAA, R03, UM-4 batteries.
• Make sure that the polarities are correct. See the
illustration inside the battery compartment.
• Remove the batteries if the remote control is not to be
used for an extended period of time.
• Do not use old batteries together with new ones.
• Do not use different types of batteries (such as alkaline
and manganese batteries) together. Read the packaging
carefully as these different types of batteries may have
the same shape and color.
• If the batteries have leaked, dispose of them
immediately. Avoid touching the leaked material or
letting it come into contact with clothing, etc. Clean the
battery compartment thoroughly before installing new
batteries.
• Do not throw away batteries with general house waste;
dispose of them correctly in accordance with your local
regulations.
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Notes
• The area between the remote control and the receiver must be
clear of large obstacles.
• Do not spill water or other liquids on the remote control.
• Do not drop the remote control.
• Do not leave or store the remote control in the following types
of conditions:
– high humidity, such as near a bath
– high temperature, such as near a heater or a stove
– extremely low temperatures
– dusty places.
• Do not expose the remote control sensor to strong lighting, in
particular, an inverter type fluorescent lamp; otherwise, the
remote control may not work properly. If necessary, position the
system away from direct lighting.
PREPARATIONS
Adjusting the Clock
4
Before starting playback operation, follow the procedure
below to adjust the clock setting of the receiver.
Set the hour using / , and press
The minute digits start flashing.
.
Notes
• Use the remote control to set the clock. You cannot set the clock
with the buttons on the receiver.
• The receiver supports 24-hour clock display.
• If you do not touch any key for 90 seconds, the receiver returns
to normal mode.
Flashes
TIMER
Set the minutes using / , and press
ENTER.
The hour and minute digits start flashing.
To change the hour or minutes again, press or
do steps 4 and 5, and proceed to step 6.
,
PREPARATION
5
Flashes
6
,
ENTER
Press ENTER.
The clock is set.
The hour and minute segments stop flashing and
remain on. The receiver returns to normal mode.
RETURN
1
Press to turn the receiver on.
The front panel display lights up.
2
Press TIMER to show the current time.
If the clock is not set, “SET TIME” flashes on the
display.
Press ENTER to proceed to step 3.
3
Press / to select “TIME”, and press
ENTER.
The receiver enters clock setting mode. The hour
digits start flashing.
y
You can return to the previous screen by pressing
RETURN.
or
Flashes
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SETTING THE SYSTEM
SETTING THE SYSTEM
Turn on the TV and the system
Make sure that you have completed all the necessary
connections (see “Connecting a TV to the system” on
page 9).
1
3
Press / to select “Video Output”, and then
press ENTER.
4
Press / to select “TV Screen”, and then
press ENTER.
Turn on the TV to which the DVD player is
connected.
Select the TV input to match the input connected to
the DVD player.
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
TV Screen
Component Out
4:3 (Letter Box)
Interlace
HDMI Resolution
HDMI Color
720x480p
Component
Options
2
Press
3
Press DISC.
to turn on the receiver.
5
Setting the TV display
4:3 (Letter Box)
Set the aspect ratio of the DVD player according to the TV
you have connected. The format you select must be
available on the disc. If it is not, the TV display setting
will not affect the picture during playback.
,
Select this if you have a conventional TV. In this case, a
wide picture with black bar on the upper and lower
portions of the TV screen will be displayed.
4:3 (Pan&Scan)
Select this if you have a conventional TV and want both
sides of the picture to be trimmed or formatted to fit your
TV screen.
, , ,
ENTER
Note
SETUP
1
Press / to select one of the options below,
and then press ENTER.
If the disc does not support an aspect ratio of 4:3 (Pan&Scan), the
content is displayed in 4:3 (Letter Box).
Press SETUP.
The DVD setup menu appears on the screen.
16:9 (Wide)
Select this if you have a wide-screen TV.
16:9 (Compressed)
Audio Settings
Video Adjust
Play Mode
Disc Navigator
Initial Settings
2
Press / / / to select “Initial Settings”,
and then press ENTER.
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
Options
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Digital Out
Dolby Digital Out
DTS Out
96 kHz PCM Out
MPEG Out
On
Dolby Digital
DTS
96kHz > 48kHz
MPEG > PCM
Select this if a wide-screen TV is connected to the DVD
controller with an HDMI cable, and set HDMI Resolution
to either “1920 x 1080p”, “1920 x 1080i”, or “1280 x
720p”. When playing back a content whose aspect ratio is
4:3, black bars cover the sides of the screen.
SETTING THE SYSTEM
Selecting the output type for
COMPONENT jacks
To use progressive display function, connect to a TV,
which has that function, via COMPONENT jacks.
1
Press SETUP.
2
Press / / / to select “Initial Settings”,
and then press ENTER.
Press / to select “Video Output”, and then
press ENTER.
4
Press / to select “Component Out”, and
then press ENTER.
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
Options
TV Screen
Component Out
4:3 (Letter Box)
Interlace
HDMI Resolution
HDMI Color
720x480p
Press
ON”.
5
Press .
HDMI Audio output is turned on and the DVD player
goes on standby. Press again to turn it back on.
To turn HDMI Audio output off, repeat the above
procedure but select “HDMI A-OFF” in step 4.
repeatedly to select “HDMI A-
Note
The audio output by the HDMI jack is always 2-channel PCM.
On-screen display (OSD) language
You can select your preferred language settings so that the
DVD player will automatically switch to your preferred
language whenever you load a disc. If the language
selected is not available on the disc, the disc’s default
setting language will be used instead. The OSD (on-screen
display) language for the DVD setup menu will remain as
you set it, regardless of various disc languages.
PREPARATION
3
4
Component
5
Press / to select “Progressive / Interlace”,
and then press ENTER.
6
When the confirmation screen appears,
press ENTER again.
To cancel the setting, press RETURN.
1
Press SETUP.
DVD setup menu appears on the screen.
2
Press / / / to select “Initial Settings”,
and then press ENTER.
3
Press / to select “Display”, and then
press ENTER.
Note
Initial Settings
Do not select “Progressive” if your TV does not have a
progressive display function.
If your TV is also connected via HDMI terminal, the system may
ignore this setting and output the progressive signal from
COMPONENT jacks.
Selecting the HDMI audio output
Normally, the speakers connected to the receiver are used
to output the sound. However, you may want to listen
through your HDMI TV’s speakers, in which case you can
turn HDMI audio output on and off as follows.
Set the DVD player to standby.
2
While holding down
on the DVD player’s
front panel, press .
“DVD — NO REQ.” is displayed.
3
Press
/
to select “HDMI AOFF” or “HDMI A-ON”.
OSD Language
Angle Indicator
English
On
Options
4
Press / to select “OSD Language”, and
then press ENTER.
5
Press / to select a language, and then
press ENTER.
English
1
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
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SETTING THE SYSTEM
Audio, Subtitle and Disc menu
languages
1
Press SETUP.
DVD setup menu appears on the screen.
2
Press / / / to select “Initial Settings”,
and then press ENTER.
3
Press / to select “Language”, and then
press ENTER.
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
English
English
Language
Display
Options
DVD Menu Lang.
English
Subtitle Display
On
4
Press / to select the item below, and then
press ENTER.
• Audio Language
• Subtitle Language
• DVD Menu Language
5
Press / to select a language, and then
press ENTER.
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SYSTEM OPERATIONS
BASIC OPERATIONS
SYSTEM OPERATIONS
Follow the procedure below to select an input source and adjust the sound settings on the system.
(On/Standby)
INPUT
TREBLE
BASS
VOLUME
Basic system operations
PURE
DIRECT
BALANCE
1
VOLUME
INPUT
TP
Press (On/Standby) to turn on the receiver.
Depending on input mode of the receiver, the DVD
player also turns on by the system control connection
(☞p.8). The front panel display lights up.
TIMER
MIN
BASS
TREBLE
MAX
BALANCE
PHONES
PRESET
L
PURE DIRECT
R
y
This system has an auto-standby function (☞p.37) which
automatically sets it to standby mode if not operated for
30 minutes while the receiver is set to DISC/USB input mode.
Press one of the input selection keys (or
rotate INPUT on the front panel) to select the
desired input source.
3
Start playback on the selected source
component or select a radio station.
For information on the disc/USB device playback,
see page 19, and for information on tuning, see
pages 29 and 33.
(On/Standby)
4
Press VOLUME +/– (or turn VOLUME on the
front panel) to adjust the volume to the
desired output level.
Input selection
keys
5
Rotate BASS, TREBLE, or BALANCE on the
front panel of the receiver to adjust the
following settings.
USB
PURE DIRECT
VOLUME +/–
MUTE
BASIC
OPERATIONS
2
BASS:
Adjusts the low frequency response.
TREBLE: Adjusts the high frequency response.
BALANCE: Adjusts the volume level of each left
and right speaker channel.
■ Pure Direct mode
Pure Direct mode bypasses the tone control circuit and
turns off the front panel display, allowing you to enjoy
pure high-fidelity sound.
Press PURE DIRECT (or PURE DIRECT on the
front panel) to turn on Pure Direct mode.
The front panel display automatically turns off. PURE
DIRECT on the front panel is backlit in blue.
Notes
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English
• If you carry out operations while Pure Direct mode is turned on,
the front panel display lights up briefly to acknowledge the
command.
• While the Pure Direct mode is turned on, neither BASS,
TREBLE, nor BALANCE is available.
SYSTEM OPERATIONS
To turn off Pure Direct mode
Press PURE DIRECT again. The PURE DIRECT
backlight turns off and the front panel display turns on.
■ Muting the sound (MUTE)
Press MUTE to reduce the current volume level
by approximately 20dB.
“MUTE ON” appears on the front panel display.
Press MUTE again to restore the audio output to the
previous volume level.
Changing the brightness of the
front panel display
You can dim the front panel display of the receiver. The
front panel display of the DVD player also dims by the
system control connection (☞p.8). (The default setting is
“DIMMER OFF”.)
DIMMER
Press DIMMER.
You can choose your desired brightness of the front panel
display between normal (bright), mid dim, and dim.
To use headphones
You can connect your headphones to the PHONES jack on
the front panel of the receiver.
The sound from the speakers and the subwoofer stops.
INPUT
PHONES
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DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
This chapter explains how to play discs/USB devices.
Using the on-screen display
Playback operations
When the input source is DISC or USB, you can operate
various functions and settings by using the on-screen
menus that appear on the connected TV.
Button
(
Description
SETUP
Displays the Setup menu*
Cursor
)/(
)
Selects menu items
ENTER
Confirms item selection
RETURN
■ To start disc playback
You can play the following types of discs: DVD-Video,
DVD-VR (DVD-R/RW/R DL discs recorded in VR
mode), VCD, SVCD, Audio CD, and DTS CD. Also, data
discs containing the following types of files: MP3, WMA,
MPEG-4 AAC, JPEG, DivX® Ultra, and WMV. See
page 3 for more details on supported disc types and file
formats.
Press
.
The disc tray opens and the DISC input source is
selected automatically. If the receiver was on standby,
it will turn on automatically.
To use the on-screen menus or view video or pictures,
turn on your TV and select the AV input to which the
DVD player is connected.
2
Place the disc, label-side up, in the center of
the disc tray, and then press
.
The disc tray closes and the disc is loaded.
3
Press
.
• If you loaded a DVD, VCD, or SVCD disc, a menu
may appear. See “DVD-Video menus” or “VCD
and SVCD menus (PBC)” (☞p.21) for more
details.
• If you loaded a disc containing JPEG pictures, a
slideshow will start. See “Playing JPEG
slideshows” (☞p.26) for more details.
• If you loaded a disc containing various file formats,
such as MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, JPEG,
DivX®, or WMV, you’ll need to select the format
you want to play on-screen.
* Only when the input source is DISC.
y
• You can change the language of the on-screen display with the
OSD Language setting (☞p.15).
• The buttons that you can use with each menu are shown at the
bottom of each screen.
TOP MENU
,
, ,
ENTER
SETUP
,
Numeric keys
MENU
BASIC
OPERATIONS
1
Returns to the previous menu
Notes
RETURN
,
• To play a double-sided DVD, load it with the side you want to
play facing down.
• With some discs, some of the playback functions explained in
this chapter may not work as expected, and some may not work
at all.
• Some DVDs restrict the use of certain functions, for example,
random playback or repeat playback, in some or all parts of the
disc. This is not a malfunction.
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DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
■ To start USB device playback
You can enjoy music (MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC) stored
on the USB device. You can also play a slideshow of
JPEG pictures.
1
Select USB as an input source (☞p.17).
Turn on your TV and select the AV input to which the
DVD player is connected.
2
Connect your USB device to the USB port on
the DVD player.
3
Press MENU to display Disc Navigator and
select the track you want to play. Or, press
to start playback of all files on the USB
device.
If you loaded a disc containing JPEG pictures, a
slideshow will start. See “Playing JPEG slideshows”
(☞p.26) for more details.
Notes
• Not all USB storage devices are recognized.
• Only MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, and JPEG files with no copy
protection (DRM) can be played.
• The DVD player supports USB mass storage class devices
formatted with FAT16 or FAT32, including USB flash memory
devices, digital audio players, and USB hard drives. You cannot
connect your computer directly to the DVD player.
• Playback with all USB storage devices, and the ability to power
all USB devices is not guaranteed. Yamaha accepts no
responsibility whatsoever in the unlikely event that any data is
lost while the USB device is connected to the DVD player.
• Large capacity USB devices will take longer to read. High
capacity devices may take several minutes to read.
• USB hubs are not supported.
• While the USB input source is selected, the Setup menu will be
unavailable.
• Connect only USB devices to the USB port.
• If the message “USB ERROR” appears on the display, the DVD
player may not be able to supply enough power to the device for
it to function properly. If the device is not a USB device, do not
use it with the DVD player. If the USB device came with its
own power adapter, use it to power the USB device. If the USB
device came with no power adapter, do not use it with the DVD
player.
Stopping playback
Press
.
You can also use Stop ( ) on the DVD player to stop
playback.
If “RESUME” or “LAST MEM” appears on the display
after stopping playback, you can resume playback from
where you left off simply by pressing . See “Resume
and Last Memory” below for more details.
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Resume and Last Memory
When you press
to stop DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD,
DivX®, WMV, or Audio CD playback, “RESUME”
appears on the display, and you can continue playback
from where you left off simply by pressing .
For DVD-Video, VCD, and SVCD discs, the DVD player
will remember the point at which you stopped playback
even if the disc has been ejected. The next time you load
the disc, “Last Memory” appears on-screen, and you can
continue playback from where you left off.
If you don’t want the DVD player to remember the Last
Memory point, instead of pressing
, press
to stop
playback and eject the disc.
To cancel the Resume or Last Memory function, while
“RESUME” or “LAST MEM” is displayed, press
.
Notes
• The Last Memory function may not work with some discs.
• The DVD player can remember the Last Memory points for up
to five DVD-Video discs and one VCD or SVCD disc.
• For DivX®, WMV, and Audio CD discs, the Resume function is
cancelled when the disc is ejected, the input source is changed,
or the DVD player is set to standby mode.
Pausing playback
Press .
To resume playback, press again, or press .
You can also use
on the DVD player to pause
playback.
Rewind and fast forward
During playback, you can rewind or fast forward at
various speeds.
Press
to rewind or
to fast forward.
The rewind or forward speed changes each time you press
or
.
The speed is displayed on-screen.
To resume normal playback, press .
Notes
• For DivX® and WMV discs, only one rewind and fast forward
speed is available.
• Normal playback may resume when a new chapter (DVDVideo) or track (PBC VCD or SVCD) is reached while
rewinding or fast forwarding.
• For MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC discs, normal playback
will resume when the beginning or end of a track is reached
while rewinding or fast forwarding.
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
Selecting chapters and tracks
■ To select the next chapter or track
Press
.
VCD and SVCD menus (PBC)
Some VCD and SVCD discs have PBC (Playback
Control) menus from which you can select what you want
to watch.
■ To select the previous chapter or track
1
Load a PBC VCD or SVCD disc.
Press
twice.
If you press
only once, playback returns to the
beginning of the current chapter or track.
You can also use
/
and
/
on the DVD
player to select the next or previous track.
2
Press
.
The PBC menu appears.
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the number of
the track you want to play.
Selecting items by number
4 Press ENTER.
The following buttons can be used with menus.
You can select titles, chapters, and tracks by number.
Button
Use the numeric keys to enter the number of
a title, chapter, or track.
2
Press ENTER.
If playback was stopped, playback starts from the
specified title (DVD) or track (Audio CD, VCD,
SVCD).
If playback was in progress, playback goes to the
specified title (DVD-VR [VR mode DVD-R/RW/R
DL]), chapter (DVD-Video), or track (VCD, SVCD,
or Audio CD).
RETURN
Numeric keys
Description
Displays the PBC menu when pressed
during playback
Select numbered menu items. Press ENTER
to confirm selection.
Displays the next menu page (if available)
BASIC
OPERATIONS
1
Displays the previous menu page (if
available)
You can turn off PBC and start playback by pressing
or
or the number buttons and ENTER while
playback is stopped.
Notes
DVD-Video menus
Most DVD-Video discs have menus from which you can
select what you want to watch. Usually, the main menu
appears automatically, although with some discs, you may
need to press MENU or TOP MENU to display the menu.
The following buttons can be used with menus.
Button
Description
TOP MENU
Displays a DVD’s menu*2
MENU
(
)/(
Displays the DVD’s top menu*1
• With some PBC VCD and SVCD discs, the menu may not
appear when you press
. In this case, press RETURN during
playback to display the menu.
• Some of the disc playback functions explained in this chapter
cannot be used with PBC playback. To use such a function, turn
off PBC playback by starting playback without using the menu,
as explained above.
• If you turn off PBC temporarily, the menu will not be displayed
when RETURN is pressed during playback. To display the
menu again, press
twice, and then press
. PBC will be
turned on and pressing RETURN will display the menu.
)
ENTER
RETURN
Numeric keys
Selects menu items
Confirms item selection
Returns to the previous menu
With some discs, playback can be started by
entering a number and pressing ENTER.
English
*1 Depends on the disc. With some DivX® discs, a menu will be
displayed.
*2 May work the same as the TOP MENU button with some
discs.
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DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
Slow-motion playback
Selecting languages and audio
You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX®, and
WMV discs in slow motion at four different speeds. You
can also play DVD-Video discs in reverse slow motion.
Some DVD discs have soundtracks in multiple languages
or audio formats, such as Dolby Digital and DTS, that you
can select during playback. Similarly, some DVD-VR (VR
mode DVD-R/RW/R DL) discs have dual-mono audio
soundtracks, and some DivX® discs have multiple audio
soundtracks.
,
TOP MENU
1
During playback, press
2
Press and hold down
motion playback starts.
MENU
.
or
until slow-
■ To change the slow-motion speed
AUDIO
Press
or
repeatedly.
The speed is displayed on-screen.
■ To resume normal playback
Press
.
Note
Normal playback may resume when a new chapter (DVD-Video)
or track (PBC VCD or SVCD) is reached during slow-motion
playback.
Frame-by-frame playback
You can play DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX®, and
WMV discs frame-by-frame. You can also play DVDVideo discs frame-by-frame in reverse.
During playback, press AUDIO repeatedly to
select the available soundtrack languages or
audio formats.
The name of the selected language or audio format is
displayed on-screen.
Notes
• With some discs, you can only select language soundtracks and
audio formats by using the disc’s menu. Use TOP MENU and
MENU to display the disc’s menu.
• You can change the default soundtrack language for DVDVideo discs in the “Language settings” (☞p.42).
• The default soundtrack language (☞p.42) may be selected if
you stop playback and cancel the Resume function, or eject the
disc without storing the Last Memory point (☞p.20).
Selecting subtitles
Some DVD and DivX® discs have subtitles in one or more
languages that you can select during playback.
,
1
During playback, press
2
Press
time.
or
.
TOP MENU
to play one frame at a
■ To resume normal playback
Press
.
Note
Normal playback may resume when a new chapter (DVD-Video)
or track (PBC VCD or SVCD) is reached during frame-by-frame
playback.
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SUBTITLE
MENU
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
During playback, press SUBTITLE repeatedly to
select the available subtitles.
The name of the selected subtitle language is displayed
on-screen.
Zoom
You can zoom the picture 2x or 4x when playing DVDVideo, VCD, SVCD, DivX®, WMV, or JPEG data on a
disc or USB device.
Notes
• With some discs, you can only select subtitles by using the
disc’s menu. Use TOP MENU and MENU to display the disc’s
menu.
• You can change the default subtitle language for DVD-Video
discs in the “Language settings” (☞p.42).
• See “About DivX®” (☞p.50) for details on using DivX®
subtitles.
• With some DivX® discs, the subtitles may not display correctly.
• The default subtitle language (☞p.42) may be selected if you
stop playback and cancel the Resume function, or eject the disc
without storing the Last Memory point (☞p.20).
Selecting camera angles
ANGLE
During playback, press ANGLE repeatedly to
select the available camera angles.
Notes
• With some discs, even though the camera icon (
) is
displayed on-screen, you may not be able to select the camera
angles.
• With some discs, you can also select the camera angles from the
disc’s menu.
,
,
ZOOM
1
During playback, press ZOOM repeatedly to
select 2x, 4x, or 1x zoom.
2
Use / / / to move around the picture
while zoomed in.
You can change the zoom factor and move around the
picture freely while playback continues.
BASIC
OPERATIONS
Some DVD-Video discs have content recorded at multiple
camera angles that you can select during playback.
A camera icon (
) appears on-screen when playing
content that features multiple camera angles. You can turn
this icon off if you prefer (☞p.43).
,
Notes
• Since DVD-Video, VCD, SVCD, DivX®, WMV, and JPEG
data use a fixed video resolution, the picture quality may
deteriorate when zoomed in. This is not a malfunction.
• If the zoom indicator disappears from the screen, press ZOOM
again to display it.
Repeat playback
You can play a title, chapter, track, or disc repeatedly.
Repeat playback can be combined with program playback
to play a compilation of your favorite titles, chapters, or
tracks repeatedly (☞p.25).
ENTER
SETUP
English
REPEAT
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DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
1
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
4
Select “A(Start point)”, and then press
ENTER.
2
Select “Play Mode”, and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
5
3
Select “Repeat”, select a repeat option, and
then press ENTER.
The available repeat options differ depending on the
type of disc.
• For DVD discs, you can select “Title Repeat” or
“Chapter Repeat”.
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “Disc Repeat” or “Track Repeat”.
• For DivX® and WMV discs, you can select “Title
Repeat”. With some DivX® discs, you can also
select “Chapter Repeat”.
• During program playback (☞p.25), you can select
“Program Repeat”.
Select “B(End point)”, and then press
ENTER.
The section between points A and B is played back
repeatedly.
■ To cancel repeat playback
Select “Repeat Off”, and then press ENTER.
■ To close the Setup menu
■ To resume normal playback
Select “Off”, and then press ENTER.
■ To close the Setup menu
Press SETUP.
Note
The A and B points must be within the same title (DVD) or track
(VCD, SVCD, Audio CD).
Random playback
You can play titles or chapters (DVD-Video) or tracks
(VCD, SVCD, or Audio CD) in random order.
ENTER
Press SETUP.
SETUP
y
• You can select the repeat option quickly by pressing REPEAT
repeatedly.
,
Note
Repeat playback cannot be used with MP3, WMA, MPEG-4
AAC, and JPEG discs.
RANDOM
A–B repeat playback
You can specify two points (A and B) on a DVD, VCD,
SVCD, or Audio CD, and then play the section between
those two points repeatedly.
1
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode”, and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Random”, select a random option,
and then press ENTER.
The available random options differ depending on the
type of disc.
• For DVD discs, you can select “Random Title” or
“Random Chapter”.
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “On”.
ENTER
SETUP
1
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode”, and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
■ To cancel random playback
Select “A-B Repeat”, and then press ENTER.
Select “Random Off”, and then press ENTER.
3
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DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
■ To close the Setup menu
• To insert a new item in the program, select the step
where you want to insert it, select the title, chapter,
or track you want to insert, and then press ENTER.
• To delete a step, select it, and then press CLEAR.
Press SETUP.
y
• During random playback, press
to select another title,
chapter, or track. Press
to return to the beginning of the
current title, chapter, or track.
• You can select the random option quickly by pressing
RANDOM repeatedly.
6
Press
to start the program.
The items in the program are played in order.
During playback, use
and
to select
subsequent and earlier items in the program.
Notes
Notes
• You cannot combine random playback with program playback.
• Random playback cannot be used with DVD-VR (VR mode
DVD-R/RW/R DL), DivX®, WMV, JPEG, MP3, WMA, or
MPEG-4 AAC discs, or while a DVD menu is displayed.
• The program will be deleted when the disc is ejected, an input
source other than DISC is selected, or DVD player is set to
standby mode.
• Program playback cannot be used with DVD-VR (VR mode
DVD-R/RW/R DL), DivX®, WMV, JPEG, MP3, WMA, or
MPEG-4 AAC discs, or while a DVD menu is displayed.
Program playback
■ To close the Setup menu
,
Press SETUP.
■ Program menu options
, , ,
ENTER
SETUP
,
CLEAR
1
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode”, and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Program”, select “Create/Edit” from
the list of program options, and then press
ENTER.
4
Use / / / to select a title, chapter, or
track, and press ENTER to add it to the
program.
The selected item is added to the program and the
program step moves down.
• For DVD discs, you can add titles or chapters to the
program.
• For Audio CD, VCD, and SVCD discs, you can
add tracks to the program.
In addition to “Create/Edit”, the Program menu has the
following options:
• Playback Start: Starts program playback.
• Playback Stop: Turns off program playback, but
keeps the program in memory.
• Playback Delete: Deletes the program.
BASIC
OPERATIONS
You can create a program of your favorite titles, chapters,
or tracks for playback.
Searching Discs
You can search through a disc by title, chapter, or track
number, or by time.
ENTER
SETUP
Numeric keys
Repeat step 4 to add more items to the
program.
You can add up to 24 items to the program.
During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Play Mode”, and then press ENTER.
The Play Mode menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Search Mode”, select a search
option, and then press ENTER.
The available search options are different depending
on the type of disc.
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English
5
1
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
• For DVD discs, you can select “Title Search”,
“Chapter Search”, or “Time Search”.
• For VCD, SVCD, and Audio CD discs, you can
select “Track Search” or “Time Search”.
• For DivX® and WMV discs, you can select “Time
Search”. For some DivX® discs, you can also
select “Chapter Search”.
The following buttons can be used during slideshow.
Button
Description
Pauses the slideshow (or music playback if
the disc/USB device contains music files)
Select the next picture (or track if the disc/
USB device contains music files)
Note
Select the previous picture (or track if the
disc/USB device contains music files)
Time Search can only be selected during playback and only
works within the current title or track.
4
5
(
Use the numeric keys to enter a title, chapter,
or track number, or a time.
Times are entered in minutes and seconds. To enter
the time 45 minutes, for example, press 4, 5, 0, and 0.
To enter 1 hour, 20 minutes, and 30 seconds, press 8,
0, 3, and 0.
Press ENTER to locate and play the specified
title, chapter, track, or time.
■ To close the Setup menu
Press SETUP.
Note
For DivX® and WMV discs, the located time may differ from the
specified time by a few seconds.
Playing JPEG slideshows
You can play a slideshow of JPEG pictures on a data disc
or USB device.
)/(
)
Pauses the slideshow and rotates and flips
the current picture. To resume the
slideshow, press
.
ZOOM
Pauses the slideshow and zooms the current
picture. Press repeatedly to select 2x, 4x, or
1x zoom. To resume slideshow playback,
press
.
MENU
Displays Disc Navigator (see below)
Notes
• Large pictures take longer to load and may not appear
immediately.
• On a single disc or USB device, the DVD player supports up to
299 folders, and each folder may contain a combination of up to
648 files and folders.
• If the disc/USB device contains JPEG picture files and music
files (MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC), the music files will play
repeatedly during the slideshow. And, ,
,
,
,
and
will control music playback, not the slideshow.
Using Disc Navigator with DVDVideo, VCD, and SVCD discs
You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select titles,
chapters, and tracks on DVD, VCD, and SVCD discs.
MENU
,
,
,
,
, , ,
ENTER
SETUP
,
,
,
ZOOM
1
Load the disc or connect the USB device to the
DVD player, and then press
to start the
slideshow.
Starting with the first picture in the first folder, the
slideshow displays every picture in every folder on the
disc/USB in alphabetical order.
The pictures will be scaled automatically so that they
appear on-screen at the largest size possible.
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During playback, press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
2
Select “Disc Navigator”, and then press
ENTER.
A list of items appear on-screen. The items available
depends on the type of disc.
Using Disc Navigator with MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®, WMV,
and JPEG discs/USB devices
You can use Disc Navigator to browse and select MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®, WMV, and JPEG files on
data discs or USB devices.
Disc Navigator
Title
Chapter
,
The following items are available for each disc type.
Disc
, , ,
ENTER
SETUP
Item
Title
DVD-Video
Chapter*1
,
Track
VCD, SVCD
Time
Press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
Original: Time
DVD-VR
(VR mode DVD-R/RW/R DL)*2
2
Select “Disc Navigator”, and then press
ENTER.
Disc Navigator appears on-screen.
Playlist: Title
Playlist: Time
*1 Only chapters within the current title can be selected.
*2 Recordings made on a DVD recorder are called original titles.
Edited recordings based on those original titles are called
playlist titles.
3
00:00/ 00:00
BASIC
OPERATIONS
1
Original: Title
0kbps
Folder2
File1
Select the type of item you want to browse,
and then press ENTER.
Six thumbnail images appear on-screen showing
content of the type you specified. If you selected
“Time”, the thumbnails will display the content at 10
minute intervals.
01
02
03
04
05
06
File2
File3
File4
File5
Use the / / / to select the track, file, or
folder you want to play.
• Use / to move up and down the file and folder
list.
• Use to move back up the directory tree one level.
Or, select the folder at the top of the list (...) and
press ENTER.
• Use ENTER or to open the selected folder.
When you select a JPEG picture file, Disc
Navigator displays a thumbnail preview.
4
Press ENTER to play back the selected track,
file or folder.
If you selected an MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC,
DivX®, or WMV file, starting with that file, all of the
files in the same folder will be played.
If you selected a JPEG picture file, starting with that
file, all of the files in the same folder will be played in
a slideshow.
Disc Navigator: Title
01-49: --
4
Use
and
to view other thumbnail
pages if available.
5
Use the / / / to select the thumbnail you
want to play, and then press ENTER.
The selected item starts playing.
You can also use the number buttons and ENTER to
select the thumbnails.
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English
3
DISC AND USB DEVICE OPERATIONS
■ To close the Setup menu
Viewing the audio format
Press SETUP.
You can view audio format during playback.
y
• If the disc contains JPEG picture files and music files (MP3,
WMA, MPEG-4 AAC), you can listen to music while watching
a slideshow. Simply start music playback as described above,
and then select a JPEG picture file and start slideshow playback.
All of the files within the current folders will be played
repeatedly. And,
, ,
, and
will control the
slideshow, not music playback.
• Disc Navigator only plays the files in the current folder. To play
all of the files on the USB device, close Disc Navigator and start
playback by pressing
, see “Playing JPEG slideshows”
(☞p.26).
Viewing disc information
DISPLAY
During playback, press DISPLAY.
The audio format appears on the DVD player’s display.
Possible audio formats are listed below.
Display
PCM
Dolby Digital (DVD-Video disc)
MPEG2
MPEG2 (DVD-Video disc)
DTS
Audio CD
VCD
Video CD
SVCD
DTS CD
DATA
Press ON SCREEN repeatedly until it disappears.
Some information, such as remaining disc time, is also
displayed on the DVD player’s display.
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DTS (DVD-Video disc)
CDDA
ON SCREEN
■ To hide the information
PCM (DVD-Video disc)
Dolby D
You can view title, chapter, track, and other information
during playback.
During playback, press ON SCREEN repeatedly
to display the information.
Description
Super video CD
DTS CD
MP3, WMA, MPEG-4 AAC, DivX®,
WMV, or JPEG
Note
The audio format can be viewed only when the DISC or USB
input source is selected and playback is in progress.
TUNER OPERATIONS
DAB (DIGITAL AUDIO BROADCASTING) TUNING
DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) uses digital signals for
clearer sound and more stable reception compared to
analog signals.
This unit can also receive DAB+ (an upgraded version of
DAB) that allows for more stations using MPEG-4 audio
codec (AAC+), which has a more efficient transmission
method.
Tuning DAB stations
Preparing the DAB tuning
Before tuning into DAB stations, an initial scan must be
performed. The initial scan starts automatically when you
select DAB as the input source for the first time.
TUNER
d
d
TUNING d / d
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
2
d
d to select a DAB station.
Press TUNING d / d
Some stations have sub (secondary) stations. The
secondary indicator lights up when a secondary audio
station is selected.
TUNER
TUNER
OPERATIONS
TUNED STEREO
y
You can also perform the initial scan manually by INIT SCAN
(☞p.31).
Secondary indicator
1
2
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
The initial scan starts automatically.
While the scan is in progress, “SCAN” and the
percentage of the progress of scan appear on the front
panel display.
y
You can change the order of DAB stations by STATION ORDER
(☞p.31).
Note
When the unit cannot receive the DAB signal, “OFF AIR” is
displayed on the front panel display.
When scanning is complete, the number of receivable
DAB stations appears on the front panel display for a
while, then the unit airs the first station as stored in
station order.
English
TUNED STEREO
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DAB (DIGITAL AUDIO BROADCASTING) TUNING
DAB station information
■ Switching the information of DAB
Use this feature to display various information about the
DAB service currently being received.
Presetting DAB stations
You can store your favorite DAB stations with the preset
function.
DISPLAY
TUNER
Press DISPLAY repeatedly while receiving DAB.
STATION LABEL
Displays the name of the current DAB station
and preset number.
DLS (Dynamic Label Segment)
Displays information about the current DAB
station, such as the name of the song, artist
and speaker, etc. This data is continuously
updated by the DAB broadcaster, thus
changing often with every new song or
program.
Other data, such as news, weather, and sports
headlines, may be broadcast as well.
MEMORY
PRESET u / d
d
d
TUNING d / d
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
2
d
d to tune into a favorite
Press TUNING d / d
DAB station.
3
Press MEMORY.
To cancel the preset, press MEMORY again.
4
Press PRESET u / d repeatedly to select a
preset number you want to store, and press
MEMORY.
ENSEMBLE LABEL
Displays the name of the current ensemble.
PROGRAM TYPE
Displays the genre of the current DAB
station.
TIME
Displays the current time.
BITRATE
Displays the bitrate of the current DAB
station.
CHANNEL/FREQ
Displays the channel label and frequency of
the current DAB station (☞p.32).
y
• You can preset up to 30 DAB stations.
• You can delete a preset station by PRESET DELETE (☞p.31).
Selecting preset DAB stations
(Preset tuning)
SIGNAL QUALITY
Displays signal reception quality (from 0
(none) to 100 (best)) of current DAB tuning.
AUDIO FORMAT
Displays the audio format of the current
station, and whether DRC (Dynamic Range
Control)* is activated.
“(DRC ON)” is displayed when DRC MODE
(☞p.31) is set to AUTO and DRC
information is transmitted by DAB station.
* Some DAB broadcasters transmit a wide dynamic range
enabling high quality sound, accompanied by DRC
information.
Use this feature to compress the dynamic range of the DAB
broadcast. This is especially useful when you listen to a DAB
station in a noisy environment or at low volume at night.
y
You can change the DRC setting by DRC MODE (☞p.31).
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TUNER
PRESET u / d
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
2
Press PRESET u / d to select a preset DAB
station.
The PRESET indicator lights up in the front panel
display.
DAB (DIGITAL AUDIO BROADCASTING) TUNING
Using DAB option menu
You can set the following functions in DAB option menu.
Function
Description
PRESET DELETE
Deletes unnecessary preset DAB
stations.
STATION ORDER
Enables you to change the station
order.
TUNER
ALPHA-NUMERIC: Stations are
listed in alphabetical order.
ENSEMBLE: Stations are listed in
ensemble order.
The default setting is “ALPHANUMERIC”.
DRC MODE
TUNE AID
AUTO CLOCK
,
Deletes all DAB station information
and preset settings stored in the unit.
After DAB CLEAR is complete, the
unit moves to the INIT SCAN
functions automatically.
Note that once DAB CLEAR is
performed, the deleted information
and preset settings cannot be
restored.
Performs the initial scan manually.
Each time you perform INIT SCAN,
the newly received stations are
added to the previously received
stations.
Measures reception strength of the
received DAB signal (from 0 (none)
to 100 (best)).
Refer to “TUNE AID” (☞p.32) for
this operation.
■ PRESET DELETE, STATION ORDER and
DRC MODE
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
2
Press OPTION to display the DAB option
menu. Press / repeatedly to select the
function you want to use and press ENTER.
3
Select and set the desired setting.
For PRESET DELETE, press / repeatedly to
select preset number you want to delete and press
ENTER.
TUNER
OPERATIONS
INIT SCAN
ENTER
Changes the DRC (☞p.30) setting.
AUTO: This unit utilizes DRC
automatically if it is transmitted.
OFF: This unit does not utilize
DRC.
The default setting is “AUTO”.
DAB CLEAR
OPTION
■ DAB CLEAR and INIT SCAN
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
2
Press OPTION to display the DAB option
menu. Press / repeatedly to select DAB
CLEAR or INIT SCAN and press ENTER.
“Push ENTER” appears on the front panel display.
3
Press ENTER to perform the function.
If you select DAB CLEAR, all DAB information is
deleted; when INIT SCAN, the initial scan starts.
Automatically adjusts the receiver
clock using the DAB broadcast
signal.
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DAB (DIGITAL AUDIO BROADCASTING) TUNING
■ TUNE AID
1
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
DAB frequency information
This unit can receive Band III only.
Frequency
Channel label
174.928 MHz
5A
176.640 MHz
5B
178.352 MHz
5C
180.064 MHz
5D
181.936 MHz
6A
183.648 MHz
6B
185.360 MHz
6C
187.072 MHz
6D
Note
188.928 MHz
7A
To check the frequency corresponding to the channel label, refer
to “DAB frequency information” to the right.
190.640 MHz
7B
192.352 MHz
7C
■ AUTO CLOCK
194.064 MHz
7D
195.936 MHz
8A
197.648 MHz
8B
199.360 MHz
8C
201.072 MHz
8D
202.928 MHz
9A
204.640 MHz
9B
206.352 MHz
9C
208.064 MHz
9D
209.936 MHz
10A
211.648 MHz
10B
213.360 MHz
10C
215.072 MHz
10D
216.928 MHz
11A
218.640 MHz
11B
220.352 MHz
11C
222.064 MHz
11D
223.936 MHz
12A
225.648 MHz
12B
227.360 MHz
12C
229.072 MHz
12D
230.784 MHz
13A
232.496 MHz
13B
234.208 MHz
13C
235.776 MHz
13D
237.488 MHz
13E
239.200 MHz
13F
2
3
4
1
2
3
Press OPTION to display the DAB option
menu. Press / to select TUNE AID and
press ENTER.
Press / to select a channel label you want
to measure.
Adjust the indoor DAB antenna to the best position
for receiving the DAB signal.
Press ENTER to finish measuring.
Press TUNER repeatedly to set the unit to the
DAB mode.
Press OPTION to display the DAB option
menu. Press / to select AUTO CLOCK and
press ENTER.
Press / to select “ON” or “OFF”, and
press ENTER.
The “AUTO CLOCK” status is displayed.
The default setting is “ON”.
ON: Automatically adjusts the receiver clock using
the DAB broadcast signal.
OFF: Does not adjust the receiver clock.
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FM TUNING
There are 2 tuning methods: automatic and manual. You can also use the automatic and manual preset tuning features to
store up to 30 stations.
Automatic tuning
Automatic preset tuning
Automatic tuning is effective when station signals are
strong and there is no interference.
Follow the procedure below to preset radio stations
automatically.
TUNER
TUNER
MEMORY
d
TUNING d / d
d
PRESET u / d
Press TUNER to set the receiver to FM mode.
2
d
Press and hold TUNING d / d
d for more than
2 seconds to begin automatic tuning.
When the receiver is tuned into a station, the TUNED
indicator lights up and the frequency of the received
station is shown on the front panel display.
d
• Press d
d to tune into a lower frequency.
d
• Press
to tune into a higher frequency.
Manual tuning
If the signal received from the station you want to select is
weak, tune into it manually.
1
Press TUNER to set the receiver to FM mode.
2
d
Press TUNING d / d
d to tune into the desired
station manually.
1
Press TUNER to set the receiver to FM mode.
2
Press and hold MEMORY for more than 2
seconds.
The PRESET indicator starts flashing on the front
panel display and automatic station preset starts.
When all frequencies are searched, preset stops
automatically.
• The search starts at the lowest frequency and goes
toward the highest frequency.
• The receiver automatically applies a preset number
to each detected station.
• To cancel the search, press MEMORY.
TUNER
OPERATIONS
1
Notes
• You can preset up to 30 FM stations.
• Any stored station data existing under a preset station number is
cleared when you store a new station under the same preset
station number.
English
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FM TUNING
Manual preset tuning
Selecting preset stations
You can tune into any desired station simply by selecting
the preset station under which it was stored (☞p.33).
You can store up to 30 stations.
TUNER
PRESET u / d
MEMORY
PRESET u / d
OPTION
1
2
Tune into a radio station you want to preset.
See page 33 for tuning instructions.
Press MEMORY.
The PRESET indicator flashes on the front panel
display for about 5 seconds.
3
Press PRESET u / d repeatedly to select a
preset station number while the PRESET
indicator is flashing.
4
Press MEMORY to store while the PRESET
indicator is flashing.
The PRESET indicator lights up on the front panel
display.
5
Press PRESET u / d repeatedly to select a
preset station.
y
• You can also use the front panel to select preset stations. Press
PRESET d / u repeatedly to select a preset station.
• When you press PRESET d / u on the front panel of the
receiver in standby mode, the receiver automatically activates
the tuner and tunes in to the preset station that you selected
previously.
■ To delete the preset station
1
Press TUNER to set the unit to FM mode.
2
Press OPTION to display the option menu.
Press / to select “PRESET DEL” and
press ENTER.
3
Press / to select the preset number you
want to delete and press ENTER.
The preset station is now deleted.
You can continue to delete preset stations on this
screen. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until all unnecessary
stations are deleted.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 until all desired stations
are preset.
To cancel deleting operation
Press OPTION.
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OTHER OPERATIONS
SETTING THE TIMER
The receiver is equipped with 2 types of timer functions. The DVD player also turns on or sets to standby mode
automatically by the system control connection (☞p.8).
Setting the clock timer
2
The clock timer automatically turns the receiver on or sets
it to standby mode at the specified time. You can also
specify an input which the receiver automatically selects
when the clock timer turns it on.
Notes
• You cannot set the clock timer unless you adjust the clock
(☞p.13).
• If you do not touch any key for more than 30 seconds after the
previous key operation, the operations you made are cleared
from the memory and the normal display reappears.
TIMER indicator
VOLUME
INPUT
Note
To disable the timer, select “OFF”. Once the timer is enabled, the
timer setting and the TIMER indicator remain on until “OFF” is
selected.
Set the starting time of the timer.
For details on how to set the clock, see steps 4
through 6 of “Adjusting the Clock” (☞p.13).
4
Press / or an input selection key to select
the input source to be used when the timer
turns on the receiver, and press ENTER.
The receiver automatically selects the input source
when it is turned on by the clock timer.
If FM is selected as the input source, the preset
number (e.g. “P01”) is shown on the front panel
display. Press / to select the preset number of the
station you want to hear when the timer is activated,
and press ENTER.
If you select “---” (default), the receiver selects the
station that you previously tuned in to.
If no station is registered as a preset station, “---” is
shown. Press ENTER and proceed to step 5.
You can only select a preset station. Register a station
that you want to hear when the timer is activated as a
preset station in advance (☞p.34).
TIMER
MIN
BASS
TREBLE
MAX
BALANCE
PRESET
L
PURE DIRECT
R
INPUT
Input selection
keys
TIMER
Note
ENTER
,
RETURN
1
Press TIMER and / to select “TIMER”, and
then press ENTER.
The receiver enters timer setting mode. The TIMER
indicator flashes on the front panel display.
OTHER
OPERATIONS
3
TP
PHONES
Press or to select “ON” (timer enabled)
or “OFF” (timer disabled), and press ENTER.
ON: The timer clock setting screen appears. Proceed
to step 3.
OFF: The TIMER indicator turns off and the receiver
returns to normal mode.
You cannot select AUX as an input source.
Press / to set the operation time length of
the receiver.
You can select a length of time from 30 to 90 minutes
in 10-minute steps. Select “--” if you do not want the
receiver to automatically go to standby mode.
6
Press ENTER to complete the timer setting.
The TIMER indicator lights up.
7
Press to set the receiver to standby mode.
The receiver will be turned on automatically at the
specified time.
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English
5
SETTING THE TIMER
To cancel the timer setting operation
Press TIMER during the operation.
y
You can return to the previous screen by pressing
RETURN.
or
Setting the sleep timer
The sleep timer sets the receiver to standby mode after the
specified time elapses.
SLEEP
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select the desired
duration.
Each time you press the key, the duration changes as
follows.
The SLEEP indicator lights up on the front panel display.
120min.
90min.
60min.
30min.
OFF
y
• The sleep timer is canceled if you set the receiver to standby
mode.
• If you press SLEEP once while the sleep timer is set, the
ongoing duration appears on the front panel display.
To cancel the sleep timer
Press SLEEP repeatedly to select “OFF”.
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SETTING THE AUTO-STANDBY MODE
The auto-standby function automatically sets the system to standby mode when DISC or USB is selected as input source
and the system is not operated for 30 minutes.
Notes
• Unless you connect the receiver and the DVD player with the supplied system control cable properly (☞p.8), this feature does not
function for the system.
• This feature does not function for the system during playback.
USB
DISC
OPTION
,
ENTER
RETURN
Press DISC or USB to select an input source,
and press OPTION.
“AUTO STBY” appears on the front panel display of
the receiver.
2
Press ENTER.
The current setting is displayed.
3
Press / to select “ON” or “OFF”.
The default setting is “ON”.
4
Press ENTER to confirm the setting.
“AUTO STBY” reappears on the display.
5
Press OPTION.
The receiver returns to normal mode.
OTHER
OPERATIONS
1
To cancel the setting operation
Press OPTION during the operation.
y
or
English
You can return to the previous screen by pressing
RETURN.
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CONTROLLING iPod™
CONTROLLING iPod™
In addition to controlling the receiver (R-840) and DVD player (DVD-840), you can operate your iPod stationed in the
iPod dock using the supplied remote control.
Using iPod™
Once you have stationed your iPod to the iPod dock, you can enjoy playback of your iPod using the supplied remote
control.
When connecting the iPod during the playback, this system automatically changes to iPod mode.
Notes
• Only iPod (Click and Wheel), iPod nano, iPod Classic, iPod mini and iPod touch are supported.
• Some features may not be compatible depending on the model or the software version of your iPod.
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For a complete list of status messages that appear on the front panel display of the receiver, see the “iPod” section in
“TROUBLESHOOTING” (☞p.47).
• Operate the iPod using the iPod controls or the
supplied remote control.
■ Repeating playback (Repeat Play)
ENTER
iPod
iPod
,
You can play back a single track or a group of tracks on
your iPod repeatedly.
REPEAT
SHUFFLE
Remote control
Press REPEAT.
Each time you press the key, mode of Repeat Play
changes. The following chart is an example of how mode
changes as you press the key. Check currently selected
mode on your iPod screen.
One (Repeat play by song)
All (Repeat play by selected group)
Off
■ Playing back randomly (Shuffle Play)
You can play back songs or albums on your iPod
randomly.
The supplied remote control has the same function keys
with your iPod. So, these keys are corresponding with
each other.
1
Press iPod to select the iPod as the input
source.
2
Station your iPod to the iPod dock.
3
Press / to operate the iPod menu, and
then press ENTER to start playback of the
selected song (or group).
• View the screen of the iPod to control the menu.
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Press SHUFFLE.
Each time you press the key, mode of Shuffle Play
changes. The following chart is an example of how mode
changes as you press the key. Check currently selected
mode on your iPod screen.
Songs (Shuffle play by song)
Albums (Shuffle play by albums)
Off
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
This chapter explains the Audio Settings menu, the Video Adjust and Initial Settings menus.
Audio Settings menu
These settings only affect disc playback.
,
• The Audio DRC function also applies to audio output from the
HDMI output, with the same restrictions as above.
■ Dialog
When watching a movie or other material on a DVDVideo disc, depending on the audio format, the center
channel may be too quiet and difficult to hear. With the
Dialog function, you can make the dialog louder and
easier to hear.
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
, , ,
ENTER
SETUP
Notes
1
Press DISC and then SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Audio Settings”, and then press
ENTER.
The Audio Settings menu appears on-screen.
• When using the Dialog function, depending on the source
material, the dialog may distort, in which case you should select
a lower setting.
• The Dialog function also applies to digital output signals that
have been converted to 2-channel PCM. See page 40 for details
on the digital audio output settings.
• The Dialog function also applies to audio output from the
HDMI output, with the same restrictions as above.
Audio Settings
Audio DRC
Dialog
High
Medium
Low
Off
Video Adjust menu
The Video Adjust settings affect the TV picture.
,
Use / / / and ENTER to select and
change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
4
Press SETUP to close the Setup menu.
SETUP
OTHER
OPERATIONS
3
, , ,
ENTER
Numeric keys
Note
The effects of the Audio settings depends on your speakers, TV,
and AV receiver’s volume level and other settings. For each
setting, switch between the available options and choose the one
that provides the best results.
■ Audio DRC
The Audio DRC (Dynamic Range Control) function
makes loud sounds quieter and quiet sounds louder, which
is ideal for watching movies late at night when you don’t
want to disturb anyone.
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
Notes
1
Press DISC and then SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
Note
The Video Adjust menu is only available when DVD is selected
as an input source.
English
• Audio DRC only works with Dolby Digital sources.
• With some discs, Audio DRC may have little or no effect.
• The Audio DRC function also applies to digital output signals
when the Digital Out setting is set to On and the Dolby Digital
Out setting is set to Dolby Digital > PCM. See page 40 for
details on the digital audio output settings.
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DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
2
Select “Video Adjust”, and then press
ENTER.
The Video Adjust menu appears on-screen.
Video Adjust
3
Sharpness
Brightness
Fine
Standard
Contrast
Gamma
Hue
Chroma Level
Soft
Initial Settings menu
The Initial Settings menu contains digital audio output,
video, language, display, and other settings.
When a menu item is grayed out, it means that it cannot
currently be changed. The Initial Settings cannot be
changed during disc playback.
1
Press DISC and then SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Initial Settings”, and then press
ENTER.
The Initial Settings menu appears on-screen.
Use / / / and ENTER to select and
change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
The Brightness, Contrast, Hue, and Chroma Level
settings can be adjusted by using / .
Brightness
min
max
Initial Settings
Digital Audio Out
Video Output
Language
Display
0
Options
4
Digital Out
Dolby Digital Out
DTS Out
96 kHz PCM Out
MPEG Out
On
Dolby Digital
DTS
96kHz > 48kHz
MPEG > PCM
Press SETUP to close the Setup menu.
■ Sharpness
Adjusts the sharpness of edges in the picture.
• Fine, Standard (default), Soft.
■ Brightness
Adjusts the brightness of the picture.
• –20 to +20 (default: 0)
3
Use / / / and ENTER to select and
change the settings.
The settings are explained below.
Notes
■ Hue
• The HDMI Resolution and HDMI Color settings only need to
be changed if you’ve connected an HDMI component to the
HDMI jack.
• The Component Out settings cannot be changed if you’ve
connected an HDMI component to the HDMI jack.
• The Component Out settings may change automatically due to
the HDMI Resolution and HDMI Color settings.
• While HDMI Audio is set to on (☞p.15), or a component is
connected to the HDMI jack, only the Digital Out setting is
available.
• When HDMI Audio is set to on (☞p.15), 96 kHz PCM is
downsampled to 48 kHz regardless of the 96 kHz PCM Out
setting.
Adjusts the balance between green and red.
• green 9 to red 9 (default: 0)
■ Digital Audio Out settings
■ Chroma Level
Digital Out
■ Contrast
Adjusts the contrast between the lightest and darkest areas
of the picture.
• –16 to +16 (default: 0)
■ Gamma
Adjusts the appearance of dark areas of the picture.
• High, Medium, Low, Off (default).
Adjusts the color saturation.
• –9 to +9 (default: 0)
Turns the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT on and off.
• On (default): OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT is on.
• Off: OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT is off.
Notes
• The effects of the Video Adjust settings depends on the source
material and your TV, and in some cases may not be that visible.
• The Sharpness setting does not apply to video output by the
HDMI jack.
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Dolby Digital Out
Turns Dolby Digital to PCM conversion on and off. If
you’ve connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to your
AV receiver/decoder and it doesn’t support Dolby Digital,
select Dolby Digital > PCM.
• Dolby Digital (default): Dolby Digital signals are
output as they are.
• Dolby Digital > PCM: Dolby Digital signals are
converted and output as 2-channel PCM.
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
DTS Out
Turns DTS to PCM conversion on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to your AV
receiver/decoder and it doesn’t support DTS, select DTS >
PCM.
• DTS (default): DTS signals are output as they are.
• DTS > PCM: DTS signals are converted and output as
2-channel PCM.
Notes
• If you select DTS and your AV receiver/decoder doesn’t support
DTS, noise may be heard.
• When DTS > PCM is selected, you can also choose the type of
DTS downmix (see “DTS Downmix” on page 43).
96 kHz PCM Out
Turns 96 kHz downsampling on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to your AV
receiver/decoder and it supports 96 kHz PCM, select
96 kHz.
• 96 kHz > 48 kHz (default): 96 kHz PCM digital
audio signals are downsampled and output at 48 kHz.
• 96 kHz: 96 kHz PCM digital audio signals are output
as they are.
MPEG Out
Turns MPEG to PCM conversion on and off. If you’ve
connected the OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT to an AV
receiver/decoder that supports MPEG, select MPEG.
• MPEG: MPEG signals are output as they are.
• MPEG > PCM (default): MPEG signals are
converted and output as 2-channel PCM.
■ Video Output settings
TV Screen
Sets the COMPONENT to interlaced or progressive video
output. Progressive scanning offers better picture quality
and reduced picture noise.
• When you switch between Interlace and Progressive, the picture
may be disturbed.
• When the HDMI Resolution is set to 720 x 480i (NTSC) or 720
x 576i (PAL), the Component Out setting is forcibly set to
Interlace. When another resolution is selected, the Component
Out setting is forcibly set to Progressive.
• If you select Progressive inadvertently and your TV doesn’t
support it, you may lose the picture altogether. In this case,
connect the DVD player to a TV with a composite video
connection and change the setting back to Interlace, or reset the
DVD player (☞p.56).
• CONSUMERS SHOULD NOTE THAT NOT ALL HIGH
DEFINITION TELEVISION SETS ARE FULLY
COMPATIBLE WITH THIS PRODUCT AND MAY CAUSE
ARTIFACTS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE PICTURE. IN
CASE OF 525 PROGRESSIVE SCAN PICTURE
PROBLEMS, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SWITCH
THE CONNECTION TO THE “STANDARD DEFINITION”
OUTPUT. IF THERE ARE QUESTIONS REGARDING
YOUR VIDEO MONITOR COMPATIBILITY WITH THIS
UNIT, PLEASE CONTACT OUR CUSTOMER SERVICE
CENTER.
HDMI Resolution
Sets the HDMI output video resolution.
• 1920 x 1080p: Select if your HDMI TV supports
1080p progressive video.
• 1920 x 1080i: Select if your HDMI TV supports
1080i interlace video.
• 1280 x 720p: Select if your HDMI TV supports 720p
progressive video.
• 720 x 480p (NTSC), 720 x 576p (PAL) (default):
Select if your HDMI TV supports 480p or 576p
progressive video.
• 720 x 480i (NTSC), 720 x 576i (PAL): Select if
your HDMI TV supports 480i or 576i interlace video.
To change the resolution, select a resolution, and then
press ENTER. When the confirmation message appears
on-screen, press ENTER to confirm.
Notes
• When you change the resolution, the picture may be disturbed
and may not appear immediately.
• Resetting the HDMI settings
If no picture is displayed after changing the resolution, use
the procedure below to revert to the default resolution of
720 x 480p (NTSC), 720 x 576p (PAL).
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English
Component Out
Notes
OTHER
OPERATIONS
Sets the aspect ratio of the picture output by the analog
and HDMI video outputs. Choose an option that matches
the aspect ratio of your TV.
• 4:3 (Letter Box) (default): Select if you have a
conventional 4:3 TV. Widescreen movies will be
displayed with black bars top and bottom.
• 4:3 (Pan & Scan): Select if you have a conventional
4:3 TV. Widescreen movies will be displayed with the
sides trimmed so that the picture fills the entire screen.
Video from discs that do not support Pan & Scan will
be output in 4:3 Letter Box format.
• 16:9 (Wide): Select if you have a widescreen TV.
• 16:9 (Compressed): This option can only be
selected if your TV is connected to the HDMI jack and
the HDMI Resolution setting is set to 1920 x 1080p,
1920 x 1080i, or 1280 x 720p. Select this if you want to
properly display 4:3 content on a widescreen TV. Black
bars will be displayed on either side of the picture.
If your TV or projector supports progressive scanning,
select Progressive. Refer to your TV owner’s manual for
details.
• Interlace (default): The COMPONENT outputs
interlaced video.
• Progressive: The COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
outputs progressive video and the PROGRESSIVE
indicator on the display lights up.
To use progressive video, select the Progressive option and
press ENTER. When the confirmation message appears
on-screen, press ENTER to confirm, or press RETURN to
cancel.
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
1
Set the DVD player to standby.
2
While holding down
press .
on the DVD player,
3
Release when “DVD — NO REQ.” is
displayed on the front panel display.
4
Press
/
repeatedly to select
“HDMI CLEAR”.
To quite resetting, select “DVD — NO REQ.”
instead.
5
Press .
The HDMI Resolution is reset to its default setting
and the DVD player enters standby mode. Press
again to turn it back on. The HDMI Audio setting
(☞p.15) is set to off.
• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 57 to specify languages not
listed above.
Notes
• With some DVD-Video discs, the soundtrack language will be
set by the disc regardless of this setting.
• With some DVD-Video discs, you can select the soundtrack
language from a menu. In this case, press MENU to display the
menu, and then select the soundtrack language.
Subtitle Language
Sets the default subtitle language to be used with DVDVideo discs.
• English (default): English subtitles will be used if
available.
• (Languages): Subtitles in the selected language will
be used if available. (Available languages differ
depending on where you purchased this system.)
• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 57 to specify languages not
listed above.
HDMI Color
Notes
Sets the HDMI color output.
• Full range RGB: Provides very bright whites and
deep blacks.
• RGB: Select this if white and black areas of the picture
are too pronounced with the Full range RGB option.
• Component: This is the standard component video
format used by HDMI components.
The default setting changes depending on the connected
HDMI component.
• With some DVD-Video discs, the subtitle language will be set
by the disc regardless of this setting.
• With some DVD-Video discs, you can select the subtitle
language from a menu. In this case, press MENU to display the
menu, and then select the subtitle language.
• The Subtitle Language setting also applies to DivX® discs that
use external subtitle files (see “About DivX®” on page 50).
■ Language settings
For the Other Languages options of the Audio Language,
Subtitle Language, and DVD Menu Lang. settings, you
can also specify the language by using the 2-letter
abbreviations or 4-digit codes listed on page 57.
1
Select “Other Languages”, and then press
ENTER.
2
Use / to select a language by
abbreviation.
For some languages, only the code number is
displayed.
To specify a language by using the 4-digit codes, use
/ / / or the numeric keys to enter the
appropriate code, and then press ENTER.
Audio Language
Sets the default soundtrack language to be used with
DVD-Video discs.
• English (default): English soundtrack will be used if
available.
• (Languages): Selected language will be used if
available. (Available languages differ depending on
where you purchased this system.)
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DVD Menu Lang.
Sets the default language to be used for menus on DVDVideo discs and some DivX® discs.
• w/Subtitle Lang. (default): Menus in the same
language as that specified for the Subtitle Language
setting will be used if available.
• (Languages): Menus in the selected language will be
used if available. (Available languages depends on
where you purchased this system.)
• Other Languages: Use the language abbreviations
and codes listed on page 57 to specify languages not
listed above.
Subtitle Display
Determines whether DVD-Video disc subtitles are
displayed by default.
• On (default): Subtitles are displayed by default if
available.
• Off: Subtitles are not displayed by default.
Note
Some DVD-Video discs may forcibly display subtitles regardless
of this setting.
■ Display settings
OSD Language
Sets the language of the on-screen menus.
• English (default): English on-screen menus.
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
• Language: Available languages depends on where
you purchased this system.
3
Angle Indicator
Determines whether the camera icon (
) is displayed
on-screen when playing content on a DVD-Video disc that
features multiple camera angles.
• On (default): Camera icon is displayed.
• Off: Camera icon is not displayed.
■ Option settings
Parental Lock
See “Parental Lock” below.
DTS Downmix
Determines how multichannel DTS audio is downmixed
when the DTS Out setting (☞p.41) is set to DTS > PCM.
Select Lt/Rt if your AV receiver/decoder supports Dolby
Pro Logic but not DTS and it’s connected to the
OPTICAL DIGITAL OUT.
• STEREO (default): Multichannel DTS is downmixed
in to a 2-channel stereo mix.
• Lt/Rt: Multichannel DTS is downmixed in to a matrixencoded surround mix that is compatible with Dolby
surround matrix decoders.
Press ENTER.
The password is set.
Notes
• We recommend that you make a note of the password. If you
forget it, you’ll need to reset the DVD player (☞p.56) and set a
new password.
• When the password and parental lock level have been set, when
you attempt to play a disc that exceeds the set parental lock
level, you’ll be prompted to enter the password and playback
will not be possible unless you enter the correct password.
• Instead of preventing disc playback completely, some DVDVideo discs may just skip unsuitable scenes.
• Not all DVD-Video discs support parental lock and those that
don’t can be played regardless of these parental lock settings.
Changing the password
To change the password, you’ll need to enter the old
password.
1
Select “Password Change”, and then press
ENTER.
2
Use the number buttons to enter the old
password, and then press ENTER.
3
Enter a new password, and then press
ENTER.
The new password is set.
DivX(R) VOD
See “DivX(R) VOD” (☞p.44).
■ Parental Lock
Setting the parental lock level
Discs with unsuitable content have higher levels; discs
with content suitable for all have lower levels. To restrict,
for example, playback of discs with a parental level of 4 or
higher, set the DVD player to level 3.
1
Select “Level Change”, and then press
ENTER.
2
Use the numeric keys to enter the password,
and then press ENTER.
3
Use / to set the parental lock level, and
then press ENTER.
The parental lock level is set.
Setting the password
You must set a password before the Level Change and
Country Code settings can be set.
Select “Password”, and then press ENTER.
2
Use the numeric keys to enter a 4-digit
password.
The numbers appear on-screen as asterisks (*).
Setting your country or region
You can specify the country or region by using the 2-letter
abbreviations or 4-digit codes listed on page 57.
1
Select “Country Code”, and then press
ENTER.
2
Use the numeric keys to enter the password,
and then press ENTER.
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English
1
OTHER
OPERATIONS
DVD-Video discs containing content that may not be
suitable for everyone may use the parental lock system to
restrict viewing. (See the disc’s case for details.) You can
set the DVD player so that discs with a high parental lock
level cannot be played without first entering a password.
There are eight parental lock levels.
In addition, some DVD-Video discs use country or region
codes to block unsuitable content based on the country or
region that you set on the DVD player.
To use parental lock, you must first enter a password, set
the parental lock level, and specify your country or region.
By default, no password is set.
• Password: Used to set the password.
• Level Change: Used to set the parental lock level.
• Country Code: Used to specify your country or
region.
DVD SETUP MENU OPTIONS
3
Use / to select your country or region by
abbreviation, and then press ENTER.
To specify your country or region by using the 4-digit
codes, use / or the numeric keys to enter the
appropriate code, and then press ENTER.
The country or region is set.
Note
The new country or region code setting will take effect the next
time you load a disc. If a disc is already loaded, you must eject
and reload it for the new setting to take effect.
■ DivX(R) VOD
To play DivX® VOD (Video on Demand) files on the
DVD player, you may need to provide a DivX® VOD
registration code to your DivX® VOD content provider. In
this case, use the DivX® VOD registration code displayed
by the Display setting.
Viewing the DivX® VOD registration code
1
Press SETUP.
The Setup menu appears on-screen.
2
Select “Initial Settings”, and then press
ENTER.
The Initial Settings menu appears on-screen.
3
Select “Options”, then “DivX(R) VOD”, then
“Display”, and then press ENTER.
The DivX® VOD registration code is displayed.
DivX(R) Video On Demand
Your registration code is : XXXXXXXX
To learn more visit www.divx.com/vod
Done
Notes
• DivX® VOD files use DRM (Digital Rights Management) copy
protection and can only be played on the registered player.
• If you attempt to play a DivX® VOD file that is not authorized
for playback on your DVD player, the message “Authorization
Error” will be displayed and playback will not be possible.
• Some DivX® VOD files can only be played a limited number of
times. When you play such a file on the DVD player, the
remaining number of plays will be displayed on-screen. If you
attempt to play a file with no plays remaining, the message
“Rental Expired” will be displayed and playback will not be
possible. DivX® VOD files with no playback limit do not
display the number of plays remaining and can be played as
many times as you like.
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refer to the table below when this system does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed
below or if the instruction below does not help, turn off this system, disconnect the power cable, and contact the nearest
authorized Yamaha dealer or service center.
Receiver (R-840)
■ General
Problem
The receiver fails to
turn on or enters
standby mode soon
after the power is
turned on.
Cause
Remedy
See
page
Connect the power cable firmly.
8
The receiver has been exposed to a strong
external electric shock (such as lightning
or strong static electricity).
Set the receiver to standby mode, disconnect the
power cable, plug it back in after 30 seconds and
then use it normally.
—
The cable is short-circuited and the
protection circuity has been activated.
Make sure that all speaker wire connections on the
receiver and on all speakers are secure and that the
wire for each connection does not touch anything
other than its respective connection.
8
The internal temperature is too high, the
protection circuity has been activated.
Wait about 1 hour for the receiver to cool down and
then turn it back on.
8
Incorrect input or output cable
connections.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
8
No appropriate input source has been
selected.
Select an appropriate input source with the INPUT
selector on the front panel (or the input selection
keys on the remote control).
—
Speaker connections are not secure.
Secure the connections.
8
The volume is turned down.
Turn up the volume.
—
The sound is muted.
Press MUTE or VOLUME +/– to resume audio
output and then adjust the volume.
7
Signals the receiver cannot reproduce are
being input from a source component,
such as a CD-ROM.
Play a source whose signals can be reproduced by the
receiver.
—
The sound suddenly
goes off.
The timer has turned off the receiver.
Turn on the receiver, and play the source again.
—
Sound is heard from
the speaker on one
side only.
Cables are not connected properly.
Connect the cables properly. If the problem persists,
the cables may be defective.
8
There is noise
interference from
digital or radio
frequency
equipment.
The receiver is too close to the digital or
high-frequency equipment.
Move the receiver further away from such
equipment.
—
The sound is
distorted.
The volume level is too high.
Adjust the volume level.
17
“CHK SP WIRE”
appears on the
display.
Speaker cables are short-circuited.
Make sure speaker cables are connected correctly.
8
No sound
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
The power cable is not connected or the
plug is not completely inserted.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
■ DAB reception
Problem
Cannot tune into
any DAB stations.
Cause
Remedy
See
page
The initial scan operations were not performed.
Perform the initial scan operations.
31
There is no DAB coverage in your area.
Check with your dealer or WorldDMB online at
http://www.worlddab.org for a listing of the DAB
coverage in your area.
—
The DAB signals are too weak.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the best
positioning of the indoor DAB antenna.
32
The initial scan
operations are not
successful and
“Not found”
appears on the
front panel
display.
The DAB signals are too weak.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the best
positioning of the indoor DAB antenna.
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There is no DAB coverage in your area.
Check with your dealer or WorldDMB online at
http://www.worlddab.org for a listing of the DAB
coverage in your area.
—
The DAB station
reception is weak.
The positioning of the indoor DAB antenna and/or
this unit is not optimal for DAB reception.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the best
positioning of the indoor DAB antenna and this
unit for optimal DAB reception.
32
The DAB signals are too weak.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the best
positioning of the indoor DAB antenna.
32
There is noise
interference (e.g.
hiss, crackle or
jitter).
The indoor DAB antenna needs to be
repositioned.
Readjust the position of the indoor DAB antenna.
8
The DAB signals are too weak.
Use the TUNE AID feature to locate the best
positioning of the indoor DAB antenna.
32
The DAB station
information does
not appear or is
inaccurate.
The DAB station may be temporarily out of
service, or the DAB station information is not
provided by the DAB broadcaster.
Contact the DAB broadcaster.
—
■ FM
Problem
FM stereo reception is noisy.
Cause
Remedy
See
page
The characteristics of FM stereo
broadcasts may cause this problem
when the transmitter is too far away or
the antenna input is poor.
Check the antenna connections.
8
Try using a high-quality directional FM
antenna.
—
There is distortion, and clear
reception cannot be obtained
even with a good FM antenna.
There is multi-path interference.
Adjust the antenna position to eliminate
multi-path interference.
—
The desired station cannot be
tuned into with the automatic
tuning method.
The signal is too weak.
Use a high-quality directional FM antenna.
—
Use the manual tuning method.
33
Previously preset stations can
no longer be tuned into.
The receiver has been disconnected for
a long period.
Set preset stations.
33
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TROUBLESHOOTING
■ iPod
Note
If a transmission error occurs but no status message is displayed on the front panel display of the receiver, check the connection between
the receiver and your iPod (☞p.11).
Status message
Cause
Remedy
See
page
CONNECT ERR
There is a problem with the signal path
from your iPod to the receiver.
Turn off the receiver and try resetting your iPod.
11
UNKNOWN TYP
The iPod being used is not supported by
the receiver.
Only iPod (Click and Wheel), iPod nano, iPod
Classic, iPod mini and iPod touch are supported.
—
CONNECTED
Your iPod is properly stationed in the
iPod dock, and the connection between
your iPod and the receiver is complete.
NOT CONNECT
Your iPod was removed from the iPod
dock of the receiver.
Station your iPod back to the iPod dock of the
receiver.
11
CAN'T PLAY
The receiver cannot play back the songs
currently stored on your iPod.
Check that the songs currently stored on your iPod
are playable.
—
Store some other playable music files on your iPod.
—
Remedy
See
page
Remote control
Problem
The remote control
does not work nor
function properly.
Cause
The remote control may be operated
outside its operation range.
For information on the remote control operation
range, see “Using the remote control”.
12
The remote control sensor on this system
may be exposed to direct sunlight or
lightening (invented fluorescent lamps).
Change the lighting or orientation of this system.
12
The battery may be worn out.
Replace the battery with new one.
12
There are obstacles between the sensor of
this system and the remote control.
Remove the obstacles.
12
The system control cable is disconnected
from the system connector jack of the
receiver and/or the DVD player.
Connect the receiver and the DVD player securely
with the system control cable.
8
Problem
Power does not turn
on.
Cause
Remedy
See
page
The plug is not completely inserted.
Connect the power cable firmly.
8
The receiver and the DVD player are
connected incorrectly.
Connect the system control cable properly between
the receiver and the DVD player.
8
The receiver is set incorrectly.
Check the setting (INPUT/Volume/MUTE/
Headphone) of the receiver.
—
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
DVD player (DVD-840)
English
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Remedy
See
page
Power suddenly
shuts off during
playback.
The auto-standby function of the receiver
works when the receiver does not receive
a playing signal transmitted from the
DVD player via the system control cable
for 30 minutes.
Check the connection of the system control cable
between the receiver and the DVD player.
8
No sound or
distorted sound
The sampling rate of a MP3, WMA or
MPEG-4 AAC file may not be
compatible with the DVD player.
Check the sampling rate and bit rate of the MP3,
WMA or MPEG-4 AAC file are compatible with the
DVD player.
3
Disc playback does
not start.
You may use a recordable media that is
not finalized.
Finalize the recordable media.
—
The disc label may not be facing up.
Place the disc in the disc tray with the label facing
up.
—
The disc may be defective.
Try to play back another disc. If the same problem
does not occur, the disc you want to play back is
defective.
—
MP3/WMA/MPEG-4 AAC disc may not
contain sufficient music tracks to be
played back.
Check that your disc contains at least 5 MP3/WMA/
MPEG-4 AAC music files.
—
The sampling rate of a MP3, WMA or
MPEG-4 AAC file may not be
compatible with the DVD player.
Check the sampling rate and bit rate of an MP3,
WMA or MPEG-4 AAC file are compatible with the
DVD player.
3
The message “HDMI
ERROR” is displayed
or there’s no picture
on the HDMI TV.
The wrong HDMI resolution is selected
or an HDMI error has occurred.
Check the HDMI Resolution setting and correct as
necessary.
41
Reset the HDMI settings.
42
The USB device
cannot be
recognized.
The USB device is not connected
correctly.
Connect the USB device correctly.
11
The DVD player is not
linked with the
receiver.
The system control cable is disconnected
from the system connector jacks of the
receiver and/or the DVD player.
Connect the system control cable properly to the
system connector jacks of the receiver and the DVD
player.
8
■ USB
Note
If a transmission error occurs but no status message is displayed on the front panel display of the receiver, check the connection between
the DVD player and the USB device (☞p.11).
Status message
Cause
Remedy
See
page
NO USB
The USB device is not connected.
Connect a playable USB device.
11
OVER CURRENT
The USB device is either unplayable on
this system or connected at an incorrect
angle.
Disconnect the USB device. Change the input source
to a device other than USB and back to USB. Then,
correctly connect a playable USB device to the DVD
player.
—
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SUPPORTED DISCS AND FORMATS
Copy Control CDs
The DVD player conforms to the Audio CD standard.
Operation and performance with discs that do not conform
to this standard cannot be guaranteed.
DualDisc
A DualDisc is a double-sided disc with a DVD layer for
video on one side and a CD layer that can be played in a
standard CD player on the other.
The DVD player can play the DVD side of DualDiscs.
Since the CD layer does not conform to the Audio CD
standard, some DualDiscs may not be played.
For more details about the DualDisc standard, please
contact the disc’s maker or reseller.
Recordable disc compatibility
■ CD-R/RW
• The DVD player is compatible with CD-R/RW discs
recorded with the following formats: Audio CD, VCD,
SVCD, and ISO 9660 (CD-ROM).
• For ISO 9660 discs, use the ISO 9660 Level 1 or Level
2 CD-ROM file system, or the extended Joliet or
Romeo file systems.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or may
sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is not a
malfunction.
■ DVD-R/RW/R DL
• The DVD player is compatible with DVD+R/RW and
DVD+R DL (Dual Layer) discs recorded with the
following formats: DVD-Video.
• When playing content that’s been edited, playback may
not follow the editing exactly.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or may
sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is not a
malfunction.
Discs made on a computer
• Discs recorded on a computer may not be playable due
to the settings of the disc burning software or the
computer’s configuration.
• Be careful to use the correct format when burning
discs. Refer to your disc burning software owner’s
manual for details.
• Discs recorded with packet writing are not supported.
MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC files
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English
• The DVD player can play the following audio file
formats: MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3), WMA
(Windows Media Audio), and MPEG-4 AAC.
• The DVD player can play MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4
AAC files stored on CD-R/RW discs and USB storage
devices.
• The following sampling rates are supported: 32 kHz,
44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz.
• For MP3 and WMA files, we recommend bit rates
higher than 128 kbps.
• For MPEG-4 AAC files, bit rates from 16 kbps to 320
kbps are supported.
• Variable bit rates (VBR) for MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4
AAC are not supported.
• WMA Lossless encoding is not supported.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot
be played.
• Only MP3, WMA, and MPEG-4 AAC files with an
.mp3/.MP3, .wma/.WMA, or .m4a file extension,
respectively, are recognized.
• Each disc may contain up to 299 folders, and each
folder may contain a combination of up to 648 files and
folders. However, depending the folder organization,
not all folders and files may be recognized and
playable.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
• The DVD player is compatible with DVD-R/RW and
DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) discs recorded with the
following formats: DVD-Video, VR mode (Video
Recording mode), and UDF Bridge DVD-ROM.
• When playing content that’s been edited on a DVD
recorder (scenes deleted, etc.), the picture may
disappear momentarily at the edit points. This is not a
malfunction.
• Multisession discs are not supported.
• Unfinalized discs cannot be played. See your disc
recorder owner’s manual for details on finalizing.
• Some discs may not play, may produce noise, or may
sound distorted. This is due to the disc and is not a
malfunction.
■ DVD+R/RW/R DL
SUPPORTED DISCS AND FORMATS
JPEG files
• The DVD player can play the following picture disc
formats: Fuji Color CD, Kodak Picture CD. It can also
play JPEG files stored on CD-R/RW discs and USB
storage devices. Some picture discs may not be
playable due to the way in which they were recorded,
etc.
• Baseline JPEG files and Exif 2.2 JPEG files with a
resolution of up to 3,072 x 2,048 are supported. (Exif,
which stands for Exchangeable Image File, is the
format used by digital cameras to store metadata.)
• Progressive JPEG files are not supported.
• Only JPEG files with a .jpg/.JPG file extension are
recognized.
• Each disc may contain up to 299 folders, and each
folder may contain a combination of up to 648 files and
folders. However, depending the folder organization,
not all folders and files may be recognized and
playable.
About
®
DivX®
DivX media technology was developed by DivX, Inc. It
uses compression to fit movies and video content onto CD
and DVD discs at high quality. It supports interactive
features such as menus, subtitles, and multiple language
soundtracks. Like DVD-Video, individual DivX® files are
referred to as titles.
The DVD player can play DivX® files stored on the
recordable CD and DVD media listed in “Recordable disc
compatibility” (☞p.49). When naming DivX® files prior
to burning to disc, be aware that DivX® files stored on a
disc are played in alphabetical order.
• The DVD player is an official DivX® Ultra Certified
product and can play all versions of DivX® video
(including DivX® 6) with enhanced playback of
DivX® media files and the DivX® Media Format.
• The DVD player can play DivX® files stored on CD-R/
RW discs and CD-ROM discs, but not USB storage
devices.
• Only DivX® encoded files with a .avi or .divx file
extension are recognized.
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■ Using external subtitle files
DivX® movies use special files called external subtitle
files for displaying subtitles. The font sets listed below are
available for use with external subtitle files. Use the
Subtitle Language setting on page 42 to select the font/
language that matches the external subtitle file.
The DVD player supports the following language groups:
Group 1
Albanian (sq), Basque (eu), Catalan (ca), Danish
(da), Dutch (nl), English (en), Faroese (fo),
Finnish (fi), French (fr), German (de), Icelandic
(is), Irish (ga), Italian (it), Norwegian (no),
Portuguese (pt), Rhaeto-Romanic (rm), Scottish
(gd), Spanish (es), Swedish (sv)
Group 2
Albanian (sq), Croatian (hr), Czech (cs),
Hungarian (hu), Polish (pl), Romanian (ro),
Slovak (sk), Slovenian (sl)
Group 3
Bulgarian (bg), Byelorussian (be), Macedonian
(mk), Russian (ru), Serbian (sr), Ukrainian (uk)
Group 4
Hebrew (iw), Yiddish (ji)
Group 5
Turkish (tr)
Notes
• Some external subtitle files may not display correctly, and some
may not display at all.
• Only external subtitle files with a .srt, .sub, .ssa, or .smi file
extension are recognized. (Note that these files are not
displayed by Disc Navigator.)
• The file name of the external subtitle file must start with the file
name of its associated movie file.
• A single movie may have up to 10 external subtitle files.
About WMV
WMV, which stands for Windows Media Video, is a video
compression technology developed by Microsoft
Corporation. Video content can be encoded in WMV
format by using the Windows Media Encoder.
• The DVD player supports WMV9 files that were
encoded with the Windows Encoder 9 Series.
• The DVD player can play WMV files stored on CD-R/
RW discs, but not USB storage devices.
• Only WMV9 files with a .wmv file extension are
recognized.
• Video resolutions up to 720 x 480 or 720 x 576 are
supported.
• The maximum average bit rate is about 2–3 Mbps. (The
maximum bit rate depends on the encoding
conditions.)
• Advanced Profile is not supported.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot
be played.
SUPPORTED DISCS AND FORMATS
About MPEG-4 AAC
AAC, which stands for Advanced Audio Coding, is the
audio compression technology used for MPEG-2 and
MPEG-4. The actual format of the data and file extension
depends on the application used to make the AAC file.
• The DVD player can play AAC files made with iTunes
that have a .m4a file extension.
• Files with DRM (Digital Rights Management) cannot
be played, and files encoded with some version of
iTunes may not play.
About WMA
WMA, which stands for Windows Media Audio, is an
audio compression technology developed by Microsoft
Corporation. Audio content can be encoded in WMA
format by using the Windows Media Player version 7.1.1,
Windows Media Player for Windows XP, or Windows
Media Player 9 Series.
• The DVD player can play WMA files.
• Use only applications that have been certified with
Microsoft Corporation to encode WMA files. If you
use an application that is not certified, the resultant
files may not play properly.
DVD-Video regions
The region number for the DVD player can be found on its
rear panel. The DVD player can only play discs with the
same region number or those marked ALL. If you attempt
to play a DVD-Video disc with a different region number,
the message “Incompatible disc region number, Can’t play
disc” will be displayed.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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NOTES ABOUT HANDLING DISCS
NOTES ABOUT HANDLING DISCS
• Always handle with care so that the playing surface is
not scratched. Do not warp discs.
• To keep clean the playing surface, wipe with a clean,
dry cloth. Do not use any type of disc cleaner, spray, or
any other chemical-based liquid.
• Do not wipe with a circular motion; wipe straight
outward from the center.
• Use a soft-tipped pen when writing on the label side of
the disc.
• When a disc is not being used, remove it from this unit
and store in an appropriate case.
• Do not expose discs to direct sunlight, high
temperature or high humidity for a long time.
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GLOSSARY
■ AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
An audio compression scheme defined as part of the
MPEG-2/MPEG-4 standard. AAC supports up to 48
channels and generally achieves better sound quality than
MP3 at the same bit rate.
■ Analog
Sound that has not been turned into numbers.
Analog sound varies, while digital sound has specific
numerical values. These terminals send audio through two
channels, the left and right.
■ Aspect ratio
The ratio of vertical and horizontal sizes of a displayed
image. The horizontal vs. vertical ratio of conventional
TVs. is 4:3, and that of wide-screens is 16:9.
■ Bit
Short for binary digit. Represents the smallest unit of
information manipulated on a computer. In audio systems,
the bit size determines resolution to digitize analog
signals.
The larger the bit size, the larger the dynamic range (the
ratio of maximum and minimum frequency level) and the
finer the sounds. Generally, an audio CD is 16 bit and
DVD audio is 24 bit.
■ Bit rate
The amount of data used to hold a given length of music;
measured in kilobits per second, or kbps. Also, the speed
at which you record. Generally, the higher the bit rate, or
recording speed, the better the sound quality. However,
higher bit rates use more space on a disc.
■ Component Video
Terminals for inputting or outputting a component video
signal. Component video signal consists of three lines, the
luminance signal (Y) and two color difference signals (PB/
CB, PR/CR), which enable to provide high-quality video.
■ Disc menu
■ DivX®
DivX® Ultra Certified products provide enhanced
playback of advanced media features supported by the
DivX® Media Format. Key features include interactive
video menus, subtitles, alternate audio tracks, video tags,
and chapter points.
■ DMF (DivX® Media Format)
The DivX® Media Format supports advanced media
features, adding controls for an interactive media
experience: interactive video menus, chapter points, multilanguage subtitles, and alternate audio tracks.
■ Dolby Digital
Digital surround sound system which is developed by
Dolby Laboratories provides completely independent
multi-channel audio. With 3 front channels (left, center,
and right) and 2 surround stereo channels, Dolby Digital
provides five full-range audio channels. With an additional
channel especially for bass effects (called LFE, or low
frequency effect), the system has a total of 5.1-channels
(LFE is counted as 0.1 channel). By using 2-channel
stereo for the surround speakers, more accurate moving
sound effects and surround sound environment are
possible than with Dolby Surround.
■ Dolby Pro Logic II
It is an improved matrix decoding technology that
provides better spatiality and directionality on Dolby
Surround programmed material; provides a convincing
three-dimensional soundfield on conventional stereo
music recordings; and is ideally suited to bring the
surround experience to automotive sound. While
conventional surround programming is fully compatible
with Dolby Pro Logic II decoders, soundtracks will be
able to be encoded specifically to take full advantage of
Pro Logic II playback, including separate left and right
surround channels. (Such material is also compatible with
conventional Pro Logic decoders).
■ DTS (Digital Theater Systems)
Digital surround sound system developed by Digital
Theater Systems, Inc., which provides 5.1 channel audio
(max). With an abundance of audio data, it is able to
provide authentic-sounding effects.
English
DivX® is a popular media technology created by DivX,
Inc. DivX® media files contain highly compressed video
with high visual quality that maintains a relatively small
file size. DivX® files can also include advanced media
features like menus, subtitles, and alternate audio tracks.
Many DivX® media files are available for download
online, and you can create your own using your personal
content and easy-to-use tools from DivX.com.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
A screen display prepared for allowing selection of
images, sounds, subtitles, multi-angles, etc. recorded on a
DVD.
■ DivX® Ultra
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GLOSSARY
■ HDMI
■ Progressive Scan
HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is the first
industry-supported, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video
interface. Providing an interface between any source (such
as a set-top box or AV controller) and an audio/video
monitor (such as a digital television), HDMI supports
standard, enhanced or high-definition video as well as
multi-channel digital audio using a single cable. HDMI
transmits all ATSC (Advanced Television Systems
Committee) HDTV standards and supports 8-channel
digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate
future enhancements and requirements.
When used in combination with HDCP (High-bandwidth
Digital Content Protection), HDMI provides a secure
audio/video interface that meets the security requirements
of content providers and system operators.
For further information on HDMI, visit the HDMI website
at “www.hdmi.org/”.
A method of displaying all scanning lines in a frame at
once, reducing flicker noticeable on a larger screen and
creating a sharp and smooth image.
■ Interlace
The most common type of scanning used in televisions. It
divides a screen into even and odd numbered fields for
scanning, and then builds an image by combining them
into one image (frame).
■ JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts
Group)
A standardized image compression system proposed by
the Joint Photographic Experts Group. It can reduce image
data sizes to 1 to 10% of their original sizes, and works on
digital photographs effectively.
■ MP3 (MPEG Audio Layer-3)
An audio file compression technology. It can reduce audio
data sizes to about 10% of their original sizes while
maintaining CD-level audio quality.
■ MPEG (Moving Pictures Experts Group)
International standard for digital video and audio
compression generated by ISO (International Organization
for Standardization) and IEC (International
Electrotechnical Commission).
Includes MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4. MPEG-1
offers VHS level video quality and is often used on video
CDs. MPEG-2 offers S-VHS level video quality and is
often used on DVDs.
■ Parental lock
Limits Disc play according to the age of the users or the
limitation level in each country. The limitation varies from
disc to disc; when it is activated, playback will be
prohibited if the software’s level is higher than the user-set
level.
■ Playback control (PBC)
An on-screen menu recorded on a Video CD or Super
Video CD that enables interactive playback and searching.
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■ Region code
Many DVD discs include a region code so that the
copyright owner can control DVD software distribution
only to regions where they are ready to distribute. There
are six regions codes, which restrict a DVD player to
playing a DVD disc with the same region code.
■ Surround
A controller for creating realistic three-dimensional sound
fields full of realism by arranging multiple speakers
around the listener.
■ VR format (Video Recording format)
A DVD video recording format, which allows editing
DVD video data recorded onto a disc. You need a VR
format compatible player for playback.
SPECIFICATIONS
■ R-840
■ DVD-840
AMPLIFIER SECTION
DVD section
• Minimum RMS output power per channel
(6 Ω, 1 kHz, 10 % THD) ...........................................65 W + 65 W
• Input sensitivity/Impedance
PLAYER, etc. ......................................................... 200 mV/47 kΩ
• Frequency response
PLAYER, etc. ........................................ 20 Hz to 20 kHz ± 0.5 dB
• Total harmonic distortion
PLAYER, etc. (30 W/6 Ω)........................................ 0.04 % or less
• Signal to noise ratio (IHF-A network)
PLAYER (200 mV, Input shorted)......................... 100 dB or more
• AUDIO OUT
Output level (1 kHz, 0 dB) ............................................ 2 V (± 0.3)
Signal to noise ratio............................................ more than 100 dB
Dynamic range (48 kHz, 24 bit)......................... more than 100 dB
Total harmonic distortion .................................... less than 0.003 %
Frequency response..................................................10 Hz–22 kHz
• Video output
Composite ...................................................................1 Vp-p/75 Ω
Component ........................................................... 1 Vp-p/75 Ω (Y)
0.7 Vp-p/75 Ω (PB, PR)
TUNER SECTION
Audio format
• DAB ........................................................ 174 to 240 MHz (Band III)
• FM.................................................................... 87.50 to 108.00 MHz
• Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG decoding
• PCM DATA: 16 bit
• LPCM DATA: 20/24 bit
Fs: 44.1, 48 kHz, 88.2/96 kHz downmix support
GENERAL
• Power supply........................................................... AC 240 V, 50 Hz
• Power consumption..................................................................115 W
• Dimensions (W × H × D).................................. 215 × 110 × 348 mm
(8 1/2 × 4 3/8 × 13 3/4 in)
• Weight...................................................................... 5.7 kg (12.6 lbs)
• Standby power consumption...................................... less than 0.3 W
General
•
•
•
•
Power supply ...........................................................AC 240 V, 50 Hz
Power consumption ................................................................... 12 W
Standby power consumption ......................................less than 0.5 W
Dimensions (W × H × D) ..................................215 × 108 × 318 mm
(8 1/2 × 4 1/4 × 12 1/2 in.)
• Weight ...................................................................................... 2.8 kg
(6.2 lbs.)
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
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SPECIFICATIONS
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson Multimedia.
iPod™
“iPod” is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and
other countries.
Resetting the DVD player
You can reset the DVD player to its factory defaults.
1
Set the DVD player to standby.
“Made for iPod” means that an electronic accessory has been
designed to connect specifically to iPod and has been certified by
the developer to meet Apple performance standards.
2
While holding down
front panel, press .
Apple is not responsible for the operation of this device or its
compliance with safety and regulatory standards.
3
Release when “DVD — NO REQ.” is
displayed on the front panel display.
4
Press
/
repeatedly to select
“DVD INIT”.
If you change your mind at this point, select “DVD
— NO REQ.” instead.
5
Press .
The DVD player is reset to its factory defaults and
goes on standby. Press again to turn the DVD
player back on.
The TV Screen, HDMI Resolution, and other settings
will be set to their factory defaults. The HDMI Audio
setting will be set to off.
This unit supports DAB tuning.
DivX, DivX Ultra Certified, and associated logos are trademarks
of DivX, Inc. and are used under license.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and
the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #’s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS and DTS 2.0 + Digital
Out are registered trademarks and the DTS logos and Symbol are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights
Reserved.
“HDMI”, the “HDMI” logo, and “High-Definition Multimedia
Interface” are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC.
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from
Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson multimedia.
Windows Media is either a registered trademark or trademark of
Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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on the DVD player’s
LANGUAGE, COUNTRY, AND REGION LISTS
Language list
■ Language (abbreviation), code number
Japanese (ja), 1001
English (en), 0514
French (fr), 0618
German (de), 0405
Italian (it), 0920
Spanish (es), 0519
Chinese (zh), 2608
Dutch (nl), 1412
Portuguese (pt), 1620
Swedish (sv), 1922
Russian (ru), 1821
Korean (ko), 1115
Greek (el), 0512
Afar (aa), 0101
Abkhazian (ab), 0102
Afrikaans (af), 0106
Amharic (am), 0113
Arabic (ar), 0118
Assamese (as), 0119
Aymara (ay), 0125
Azerbaijani (az), 0126
Bashkir (ba), 0201
Byelorussian (be), 0205
Bulgarian (bg), 0207
Bihari (bh), 0208
Bislama (bi), 0209
Bengali (bn), 0214
Tibetan (bo), 0215
Breton (br), 0218
Catalan (ca), 0301
Corsican (co), 0315
Czech (cs), 0319
Welsh (cy), 0325
Danish (da), 0401
Bhutani (dz), 0426
Esperanto (eo), 0515
Estonian (et), 0520
Basque (eu), 0521
Persian (fa), 0601
Finnish (fi), 0609
Fiji (fj), 0610
Faroese (fo), 0615
Frisian (fy), 0625
Irish (ga), 0701
Scots-Gaelic (gd), 0704
Galician (gl), 0712
Guarani (gn), 0714
Gujarati (gu), 0721
Hausa (ha), 0801
Hindi (hi), 0809
Croatian (hr), 0818
Hungarian (hu), 0821
Armenian (hy), 0825
Interlingua (ia), 0901
Interlingue (ie), 0905
Inupiak (ik), 0911
Indonesian (in), 0914
Icelandic (is), 0919
Hebrew (iw), 0923
Yiddish (ji), 1009
Javanese (jw), 1023
Georgian (ka), 1101
Kazakh (kk), 1111
Greenlandic (kl), 1112
Cambodian (km), 1113
Kannada (kn), 1114
Kashmiri (ks), 1119
Kurdish (ku), 1121
Malaysia, 1325, my
Mexico, 1324, mx
Netherlands, 1412, nl
New Zealand, 1426, nz
Norway, 1415, no
Pakistan, 1611, pk
Philippines, 1608, ph
Portugal, 1620, pt
Russian Federation, 1821, ru
Singapore, 1907, sg
Spain, 0519, es
Sweden, 1905, se
Switzerland, 0308, ch
Taiwan, 2023, tw
Thailand, 2008, th
United Kingdom, 0702, gb
USA, 2119, us
Country and region list
■ Language, code number, abbreviation
Argentina, 0118, ar
Australia, 0121, au
Austria, 0120, at
Belgium, 0205, be
Brazil, 0218, br
Canada, 0301, ca
Chile, 0312, cl
China, 0314, cn
Denmark, 0411, dk
Finland, 0609, fi
France, 0618, fr
Germany, 0405, de
Hong Kong, 0811, hk
India, 0914, in
Indonesia, 0904, id
Italy, 0920, it
Japan, 1016, jp
Korea, Republic of, 1118, kr
57 En
English
Sinhalese (si), 1909
Slovak (sk), 1911
Slovenian (sl), 1912
Samoan (sm), 1913
Shona (sn), 1914
Somali (so), 1915
Albanian (sq), 1917
Serbian (sr), 1918
Siswati (ss), 1919
Sesotho (st), 1920
Sundanese (su), 1921
Swahili (sw), 1923
Tamil (ta), 2001
Telugu (te), 2005
Tajik (tg), 2007
Thai (th), 2008
Tigrinya (ti), 2009
Turkmen (tk), 2011
Tagalog (tl), 2012
Setswana (tn), 2014
Tonga (to), 2015
Turkish (tr), 2018
Tsonga (ts), 2019
Tatar (tt), 2020
Twi (tw), 2023
Ukrainian (uk), 2111
Urdu (ur), 2118
Uzbek (uz), 2126
Vietnamese (vi), 2209
Volapük (vo), 2215
Volof (wo), 2315
Xhosa (xh), 2408
Yoruba (yo), 2515
Zulu (zu), 2621
ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION
Kirghiz (ky), 1125
Latin (la), 1201
Lingala (ln), 1214
Laothian (lo), 1215
Lithuanian (lt), 1220
Latvian (lv), 1222
Malagasy (mg), 1307
Maori (mi), 1309
Macedonian (mk), 1311
Malayalam (ml), 1312
Mongolian (mn), 1314
Moldavian (mo), 1315
Marathi (mr), 1318
Malay (ms), 1319
Maltese (mt), 1320
Burmese (my), 1325
Nauru (na), 1401
Nepali (ne), 1405
Norwegian (no), 1415
Occitan (oc), 1503
Oromo (om), 1513
Oriya (or), 1518
Panjabi (pa), 1601
Polish (pl), 1612
Pashto, Pushto (ps), 1619
Quechua (qu), 1721
Rhaeto-Romance (rm), 1813
Kirundi (rn), 1814
Romanian (ro), 1815
Kinyarwanda (rw), 1823
Sanskrit (sa), 1901
Sindhi (sd), 1904
Sangho (sg), 1907
Serbo-Croatian (sh), 1908
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