Venturer PLV31220S1 Instruction manual

VENTURER
PLV31220S1
22" Digital LCD TV with DVD Player
iNSTRUCTiON
MANUAL
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CAUTION
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The lightning flash with an arrowhead symbol, within an equilateral triangle, is
intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated "dangerous voltage"
within the product's enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended to alert the user
to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions
in the literature accompanying the appliance.
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WARNING:
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
• TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE. DO NOT PLACE OBJECTS FILLED WITH LIQUIDS ON OR NEAR THIS UNIT.
CAUTION:
• USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
• DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY
WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE.
REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY
° TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT OF
WALL OUTLET, THEN FULLY INSERT.
CAUTION
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WHEN OPEN.
AVOID EXPOSURE
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CLASS 1 LASER
PRODUCT
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PLACEMENT
INFORMATION
• Do not use this unit in places that are extremely hot, cold, dusty, or humid.
• Do not restrict the airflow of this unit by placing it somewhere with poor airflow, by covering
it with a cloth, or by placing it on bedding or carpeting.
• The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with
liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on apparatus.
SAFETY IN FORMATION
• When connecting or disconnecting the AC power cord, grip the plug and not the cord itself.
Pulling the cord may damage it and create a hazard.
• When you are not going to use the unit for a long period of time, disconnect the AC power
cord.
CONDENSATION
INFORMATION
• When left in a heated room where it is warm and damp, water droplets or condensation may
form inside the unit. When there is condensation inside the unit, the unit may not function
normally. Let the unit stand for 1-2 hours before turning the power on or gradually heat the
room and allow the unit to dry before use.
FCC INFORMATION
WARNING:
responsible
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party
for compliance could void the user authority to operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation
between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an AC power outlet on a circuit different from that to which the
receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced
radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING: Should any problems occur, disconnect the AC power cord and refer servicing to
a qualified technician.
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1.
Read these instructions.
2.
Keep these instructions.
3.
Heed all warnings.
4.
Follow all instructions.
5.
Do not use this apparatus
6.
Clean only with a dry cloth.
7.
Do not block any ventilation
instructions.
8.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type plug has two blades
and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety.
When the provided plug does not fit into your AC power outlet, consult an electrician for
replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10.
Protect the AC power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at the plug,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11.
Only use attachments/accessories
12.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the
manufacturer, or sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use
caution when moving the cart/apparatus combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.
13.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long
periods of time.
14.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus
has been damaged in any way, such as the AC power cord or plug is damaged, liquid
has spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
near water.
openings.
Install in accordance
with the manufacturer's
specified by the manufacturer.
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ATTACHING
•
THE BASE STAND
Before attaching (or detaching) the stand, unplug the AC cord from the AC input terminal.
WARNING: The LCD display is very fragile
and must be protected at all times when
attaching
the base stand. Be sure that
nothing hard or sharp, or anything that could
scratch or damage the LCD display, comes
in contact with it. Do NOT place pressure on
the front of the unit at any time because the
screen could crack.
CAUTIONS:
• Attach the base stand in the correct
direction.
• Incorrect installation of the stand may
result in the unit falling over.
• Be sure to follow the instructions.
1. Confirm 4 screws (silver screws x2 & black
screws x2) are supplied with the unit.
2. Lay the unit down on a flat surface, so
the backside is facing up, making sure to
place a soft cushioned material (such as
a pillow or thick piece of foam) beneath
the screen.
3. Attach the BASE STAND to the opening
on the rear of the unit.
4. Insert and tighten
the four screws
(supplied) into the holes as shown below.
Black
screw
(xl)
Note: To detach the base stand, perform the
steps in reverse order.
MOUNTING
Soft cushion --
ON THE WALL
This unit is VESA-compliant, and is designed to be wall-mounted with a VESA-compliant 3
15/16" x 3 15/16" (100mm x 100mm) mounting kit designed for flat-panel TVs (sold separately).
Mount this unit according to the directions included with the mounting kit.
Note: You must remove the base stand before mounting the unit on the wall.
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When you turn on your television set
for the first time, be sure to place it on
a solid stable surface. To avoid danger,
do not expose the TV to water, or a
heat source (e.g. lamp, candle, radiator).
Do not obstruct the ventilation grid at
the rear and be sure to leave sufficient
gaps around the unit as shown.
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TURNING
ONTHE
UNIT
FORTHE
FIRSTTIME
The first time you turn on the unit, the unit will enter SETUP mode. You can easily follow the
prompt message on the screen to complete basic TV settings.
Make sure the RF aerial has been
connected
properly
to
the
TV ANTENNA input jack on the
rear of the system.
1. Press the • / • button to select Yes.
Press the ENTER button to proceed
with the initial setup.
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2. Use the • / • button to select Antenna,
then press the • / • button to select Air
or CATV.
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3. Use the • / • button to select Auto Scan, then press the • button to enter auto scan
menu. Use the • / • button to select Start to Scan, then press the • button to begin
scanning (If you selected CATV on Step 2, you need to select Cable System before Start
to Scan). The system will automatically start to scan and preset all available TV channels.
4. After scanning has finished, the system will return to the first TV channel scanned.
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SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT
2 -3
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
QUICK INSTALLATION
DISC
........................
FORMATS
ACCESSORIES
............................
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8
9
STARTED
REMOTE
CONTROL
...................................
REFERENCE
.........................................................
UNIT REFERENCE
CONNECTIONS
Connecting
5 -6
..........................................
GETTING
Playing
Playing
.......... 4
10
GUIDE
11 - 12
GUIDE ...................
.................................
25
26
Slow-motion
Play (DVD) .........................
26
Audio Selection (DVD) ...........................
Subtitle Selection (DVD) ........................
26
26
(DVD) ...........................
FUNCTIONS
Locating
Locating
15
Connecting
RCA-Type)
Skipping to a Different Track .................
Fast Forward/Fast Reverse ....................
26
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27
Display Function (DVD) .........................
Locating a Specific Title (DVD) ...............
15 - 18
an A/V Device ..................... 15
Devices with a Composite (Yellow
Video Output .......................
16
25
25
SPECIAL
a TV Antenna/Cable/Satellite
Connecting
Connecting
RCA-Type)
25
25
Pausing Playback (Still Mode) ................
Stopping Playback ...............................
Angle Selection
13 - 14
.........................................................
a Disc .....................................
a Picture File Disc .....................
REPEAT
27
27
a Specific Chapter/Track ........... 27
a Specific Time .......................
27
PLAYBACK
..................................
28
Repeating
a Chapter/Title
Devices with a Composite (Yellow
Video Input ..........................
16
Repeating
a Single Track/an Entire Disc (CD)
Connecting
a High-Definition
(HD) Source
.........................................................
17
Repeating
Connecting
a PC ..................................
.........................................................
Connecting
the AC Power Cord ..............
HEADPHONES
SOUND
SYSTEM
UNIT OPERATION
Turning
..............................
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DVD PROGRAMMABLE
Programmable
......................................
18
19
CUSTOMIZING
19
MAINTENANCE
20
21
TROUBLE
22
Closed Caption ................................
22
PARENTAL Menu ...........................
22 - 23
Password ........................................
Parental .........................................
TV Menu .............................................
Channel
Channel
CD/DVD
Skip ..................................
Label .................................
OPERATION
..........................
MEMORY
Memory
............... 29
..........................
29
THE DVD FUNCTION SETTINGS
........................................
SHOOTING
LIMITED WARRANTY
21 - 22
PC Setup (in PC mode only) ..............
(CD)
28
29 - 30
Language Setup ...................................
Video Setup ........................................
System Setup .....................................
TV SETUP .........................................
20 - 24
PICTURE Menu ...................................
20
SET UP Menu ...............................
(DVD)
.........................................................
19
AUDIO Menu ........................................
TIME Menu ...........................................
Section
Title/Chapter Programmed Playback (DVD)
......................................................
29
19
the Unit On .............................
28
a Specific
.........................................................
17
Connecting
an Audio Amplifier
External
Speaker
............................................
18
USING
(DVD) .............. 28
22
23
24
24
24
25 - 26
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GUIDE ..............
............................
29
30
30
31
32 - 33
BACK
This unit can playback:
DVDS
[8CM/12CM DISC]
VIDEO
AUD,OCDS
CO-WCO-RW
D,Gr_AL_UD,O
[8CM/12CM DISC]
REGION
MANAGEMENT
Compatible
INFORMATION
Region Management Information: This unit is designed and manufactured
to respond to the Region
Management Information that is encoded on DVDs. If the region number printed on the DVD does not
correspond to the region number of this unit, this unit cannot play that disc.
The region number
of this unit is _.
DISC FUNCTION
OR OPERATION
THAT IS NOT AVAILABLE
When the [] symbol appears on the screen, it indicates that the function or operation attempted is not
available at that time. This occurs because the DVD manufacturer determines the specific functions. Certain
functions may not be available on some discs. Be sure to read the documentation provided with the DVD.
ICONS USED ON DVDS
(_)_
2 , English
French
--Language
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1, English
French
--Language
selections
for
audio
selections
for
subtitles
Sample Icons
Note:
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When playing
back a CD-G
(Graphics) orCD EXTRA disc, the
audio portion will be played, but
the graphic images will not be
shown.
TITLES, CHAPTERS
•
•
@
--Screen
aspect
--Multiple
camera
--Region
code
ratio
angles
indicator
AND TRACKS
DVDs are divided into "titles" and "chapters".
If
the DVD has more than one movie on it, each movie
would be a separate "title".
"Chapters"
are
sections of titles.
Audio CDs are divided into "tracks". A "track" is
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usually one song on an Audio CD.
Note:
• Numbers identify each title, chapter, and track on a
disc. Most discs have these numbers recorded on
them, but some do not.
Notes on Unauthorized Discs:
You may not be able to play some DVDs on this unit if they were purchased from outside you rgeographical
area or made for business purposes.
NOTES ON COPYRIGHT
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast,
material without permission.
show, broadcast
Apparatus Claims of U.S. Patent Nos. 4,907,093;
uses only.
5,315,448;
on cable, play in public, or rent copyrighted
and 6,516,132
licensed for limited viewing
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision,
and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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Please check and identify the supplied
[]
Remote Control
......................................................................................................
[] AAA Batteries (for remote control)
[] Screws
[]
accessories.
.............................................................................
(for base stand) ............................................................................................
Base Stand
Specifications
.............................................................................................................
and appearance
are subject to change without notice.
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x 2
x 4
x 1
USING
THE
REMOTE
CONTROL
•
Point the remote control at the REMOTE SENSOR located on the unit.
•
When using this unit in bright light, the infrared REMOTE CONTROL SENSOR may not work
properly.
The recommended effective distance for using the remote control is about 16 feet.
•
TO CHANGE THE REMOTE
1. Open the battery door.
BATTERY
CONTROL
BATTERIES
2. Insert two "AAA" batteries.
REPLACEMENT
When the batteries become weak, the operating distance of the remote control will be greatly
reduced and you will need to replace the batteries.
Notes:
•
•
•
If the remote control is not going to be used for a long time, remove the batteries to avoid
damage caused by battery leakage corrosion.
Do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix ALKALINE, standard (CARBON-ZINC) or
rechargeable (NICKEL-CADMIUM) batteries.
Always remove batteries as soon as they become weak.
Weak batteries can leak and severely damage the remote control.
•
Batteries shall not be exposed to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
•
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Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They may leak and/or explode.
WARNING:
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Many universal remote controls have a "learning" feature. We recommend you use this
feature to program the remote control.
For any questions or problems related to programming a universal remote control, you must
contact the customer service department of the universal remote control manufacturer for
assistance, or refer to the instructions included with the universal remote control. We cannot
offer assistance in programming universal remote controls.
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4.
t,_ STANDBY / ON Button
Press to turn ON the unit or put it in
STANDBY (OFF) mode.
TV Button
Press to switch to TV mode.
DVD Button
Press to switch to DVD mode.
AV Button
Press to switch to source connected to
AVl (composite)inputs.
HD Button
Press to switch to source connected to
YUV in (component) inputs.
Number (0- 9) Buttons
• [dot] Button
Press to enter digital sub-channels (i.e.
11.3 or 12.7)
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16.
MENU Button
Press to display the on-screen TV menu.
VOLUME(-/+)
Buttons
Press to adjust the volume level.
CURSOR (A, _, _, I_)Buttons
Press to highlight selections on a menu
screen and adjust certain settings.
ENTER Button
Press to confirm selections on a menu
screen.
_,_ / _,_ Buttons
_1 : Fast reverse playback.
I_1_: Fast forward playback.
PREV I,_1 Button
Press to select previous chapters or tracks
on a disc.
SUBTITLE Button
Press to select one of the subtitle
languages programmed on a DVD.
ANGLE Button
Press to switch the camera angle of the
video presentation when scenes with
multiple camera angles are recorded on a
DVD.
TITLE Button
Press to show title menu.
GOTO Button
Press to skip directly to a specific location
on a DVD/CD.
MEMORY Button
Press to set predetermined playback.
CLEAR Button
Press to clear input selections.
MTS (Multi Channel Television Sound)
Button
Press to select between MONO sound,
STEREO sound and Secondary Audio
Program (SAP).
CC Button
Press to activate the Closed Captioning
feature. This function only works on
programs broadcasted with captions.
EXIT Button
Press to exit the TV SETUP menu and
return directly to normal viewing.
SLEEP Button
Press to set the SLEEP timer. The unit will
remain on for the time that is set, and will
automatically shut off afterwards.
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21
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23
24
25
26
27
28
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17. FUNCTION Button
Press to switch between TV /AV In/YUV
In / DVD / PC In.
18. LAST CH Button
Press to switch repeatedly between the
last two channels displayed.
19. MUTE ,_
__ Button
Press to turn off the sound.
20. CH _./CH
v Buttons
Press to change the TV channels.
21. NEXT I_IHButton
Press to select the next title, chapter or
track on a disc.
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22. • STOP Button
Press to stop playing a disc.
I_ PLAY Button
Press to start and resume playback of a
disc.
II PAUSE Button
Press to pause playback and single frame
advance.
23. AUDIO Button
Press to select audio soundtracks on a
DVD or change the output mode of a CD.
24. |1_ SLOW Button
Press to perform slow forward playback
of a DVD.
25. DVD MENU Button
Press to enter the main menu of the DVD.
26. SETUP Button
Press to enter and exit the SETUP menu
of the DVD.
27. A-B Button
Press to perform point-to-point
repeat
playback on a DVD or CD.
REPEAT Button
Press to repeat a chapter or title of a
DVD.
Press to repeat a single track or whole
CD.
28. DISPLAY Button
Press to change disc status information
displayed on the screen.
SOUND Button
Press to select from preset sound settings
to match the type of show you are
watching (Standard / Music / Movie /
Personal).
29. LCD MODE Button
Press to set size of LCD display (WIDE /
4:3 / LCD OFF).
PICTURE Button
Press to select from preset screen display
settings to match the type of show you
are watching (Standard / Soft / Movie /
Personal).
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_1 Button
1)
_/IButton
Press to turn the unit on and off.
2)
I_- PLAY Button
Press to start or resume playback of a
disc.
3)
Press to select the next title, chapter or
track on a disc.
7)
- VOL + Controls
Press to adjust the volume level.
Color LCD Screen
REMOTE SENSOR
Do not block this sensor or remote control
will not work.
• STOP Button
Press to stop playing a disc.
MENU Button
Press to enter and exit the TV menu.
8)
9)
5)
FUNCTION Button
Press to select TV, AV In, YUV In, DVD,
or PC In.
6)
CH Buttons
Press to select a TV channel and highlights
selections (Up and Down) on the menu
screen.
I<< Button
10) Speaker
11) Disc Door
Push gently to close the disc door.
12) ,A PUSH OPEN Button
Press to open the disc door.
13) Removable Stand
4)
Press to select previous chapters or tracks
on a disc.
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VIDEO OUT Jack- AV OUT
AUDIO OUT Jacks (Left/Right)
OUT
- AV
22)
23)
Component VIDEO IN Jacks (Y/PB/
PR)- YUV IN
AUDIO IN Jacks (Left/Right) - YUV IN
S-VIDEO Jack- AV IN
17)
18)
19)
20)
VIDEO IN Jack- AV IN
AUDIO IN Jacks (Left/Right) - AV IN
MONITOR/VGA Jack - PC IN
AUDIO Jack- PC IN
24)
25)
HEADPHONES Jack
TV Antenna Terminal
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CONNECTING
To view television
sources:
A TV ANTENNA/CABLE/SATELLITE
channels correctly,
a signal must be received from one of the following
- An indoor or outdoor aerial antenna
- A cable system
- A satellite system
Connecting
a Digital Antenna
The tuner in this TV receives ATSC TV
signals from an antenna.
This digital TV can receive standard (SDTV)
and high definition (HDTV) over the air
broadcasts.
Satellite, cable,
or TV antenna
cable to TV
ANTENNA
terminal
Connecting
an Analog Antenna or
Device
The tuner in this TV can receive NTSC
TV signals, analog cable signals or the
RF output from a satellite receiver, VCR
or cable box.
CONNECTING
AN A/V DEVICE
Connecting Devices with an S-Video Output
To connect to A/V devices such as a VCR, camcorder, satellite system or cable, etc.
Connecting
to a VCR / Camcorder
/ Satellite System / Cable
Connect the AUDIO and S-VIDEO cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the other equipment (AUDIO OUT and S-VIDEO OUT)
to this unit (AUDIO IN and S-VIDEO IN)
Note:
Please refer to the user manual for the other equipment for more information.
To AUDIO
VIDEO OUT jacks
SATELLITE
To AUDIOOUT
SYSTEM
and SVCR / CAMCORBER
CABLE, etc.
jack
(AV IN)
/
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To S-VIDEO
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CONNECTING
DEVICES WITH A COMPOSITE (YELLOW RCA-TYPE)VIDEO
To connect AN devices such as a VCR, video game system or camcorder:
OUTPUT
Connecting
a VCR / Video Game System / Camcorder
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the other equipment (AUDIO and VIDEO OUT) to this
unit (AUDIO and VIDEO IN)
Note:
Please refer to the user manual for the other equipment for more information.
VIDEO IN jacks
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CONNECTING
DEVICES WITH A COMPOSITE (YELLOW
To connect AN devices such as a VCR, PVR or camcorder:
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CAMCORDER,
RCA-TYPE)
Connecting
a VCR / PVR /
Camcorder
Connect the AUDIO / VIDEO cable
(not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable
from the other equipment (AUDIO
and VIDEO IN) to this unit (AUDIO
and VIDEO OUT).
Note:
• Please refer to the user manual
for the other equipment for more
information.
• After connection, please operate
in TV/AV mode.
• For the reason of copyright
protection, the resulting copy may
have bad picture and/or sound.
To AUDIO/VIDEO
IN jacks
CAMCORDER,
VCR / PVR
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VIDEO
etc.
INPUT
CONNECTING
A HIGH-DEFINITION
(HD) SOURCE
High-Definition (HD) devices with component video output must be connected to the YUV
input.
Connect the component video cable and audio cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the component video cable and audio cable from the other equipment
(COMPONENT VIDEO OUT and AUDIO OUT) to this unit (COMPONENT VIDEO IN and
AUDIO IN -YUV IN).
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receiving
HD
channels.
Check
with
your
cable/
satellite service provider for
details.
ToCOMPONENT
ToCOMPONENT
VIDEO INjacks
(YUVIN)
VIDEOOUT
jacks
Note:
When connecting a DVD player to the television, the picture resolution is solely dependent
upon the resolution supported by the DVD player attached. DVD player resolutions vary from
480i to 1080i, and this television can support DVD players up to a maximum resolution of
1080i.
CONNECTING
A PC
Connect the 15-pin D-SUB PC/VGA connector from your computer to the 15-pin D-SUB PC/
VGA input on this unit using a monitor cable and audio cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable
from the computer (PC Connector
and AUDIO - PC OUT) to this unit
(MONITOR / VGA and AUDIO PC IN).
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(PC OUT)
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To PC connector
CONNECTING
AN AUDIO AMPLIFIER/EXTERNAL
SPEAKERS
This connection allows you to use an audio amplifier and external speakers.
Connect the AUDIO cable (not included) as shown.
Make sure you connect the cable from the other equipment (AUDIO IN) to this unit (AUDIO
OUT).
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CONNECTING
THE AC POWER CORD
• Connect the AC power cord into a wall outlet.
• Press the STANDBY/ON button on the left side of the unit or use the remote control to turn
on the unit.
Note:
• To prevent electrical shock, match
wide blade of AC power cord to wide
slot of AC power outlet, then fully
insert.
• Be sure the AC power cord is
disconnected and all functions are off
before making connections.
• Make sure all components
are
connected correctly.
• When you are not going to use the unit
for a long period of time, disconnect the
AC power cord.
• Mains plug is used as the disconnect
device. It shall remain readily operable
and should not be obstructed during
intended
use. To be completely
disconnected the apparatus from supply
mains, the main plug of the apparatus
shall be disconnected from the mains
socket outlet completely.
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• Turn down the volume before
connecting headphones to the
unit, then adjust the volume
to your desired level.
• When
headphones
are
connected, no sound will come
from the front speakers.
Note:
Avoid listening to sound at high
levels for prolonged periods of
time. This may be harmful to you
and may cause hearing loss.
Headphones
(1/8" [3.5ram] diameter
plug)
DOLBY DIGITAL (FOR DVD)
Dolby Digital is a sound system developed by Dolby Laboratories Inc. This unit automatically
recognizes DVDs that have been recorded with Dolby Digital.
Not all Dolby Digital sources are recorded with 6 channels.
Some sources marked Dolby Digital may be recorded in Dolby Surround, a 2 channel system.
Look for this logo on your unit.
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'Dolby' and the double-D Drl symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
TURNING
THE UNIT ON
When the AC power cord is connected, press the STANDBY/ON button
on the left side of the unit to turn it on. Press the FUNCTION button to
select the desired mode (TV/AV In/YUV In/DVD/PC In). If you select
DVD, the DVD logo will appear on the screen.
Note: When the unit is not going to be used for a long time, disconnect
the AC power cord from AC power outlet.
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Note: Some settings on the menu screen may not activate depending on which mode the
unit is currently in (TV/AV in/YUV in/DVD/PC in).
PICTURE
MENU
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Press the • button to enter PICTURE settings.
3. Use the • or • button to select the options (Picture
Mode, Contrast, Brightness, Sharpness, Tint or
Color). Adjust them using the • or • button (Screen
will change to your desired setting).
4. Repeat step 3 to adjust other options.
5. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the normal
screen,
press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
Picture Mode
Contrast
Brightness
Sharpness
Tint
Color
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Select from preset screen display settings to match the type of show you
are watching (Standard, Soft, Movie and Personal). Select Personal mode
to recall your custom settings on contrast, brightness, sharpness, tint and
color.
Adjust to sharpen the picture quality. The black portions of the picture
become richer in darkness and the white become brighter.
Adjust the brightness of the picture. Brighten or darken the whole picture.
Adjust the sharpness level to improve detail in the picture.
Adjust the tint of the picture (toward purple / toward green).
Adjust the color of the picture.
AUDIO MENU
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Use the • or • button to select AUDIO, then
press the • button to enter the AUDIO settings.
3. Use the • or • button to select the options
(Sound Mode, Bass, Treble, Balance, Audio
Language or MTS). Adjust them using the • or
• button.
4. Repeat step 3 to adjust other options.
5. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the normal
screen,
press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
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Experiment with different sound settings until you find the settings you prefer.
Sound Mode
Select from preset sound settings (Standard, Music, Movie or Personal)
to match the type of show you are watching. Select Personal mode to
recall your custom settings on bass, treble and balance.
Bass
Adjust the bass range.
Treble
Adjust the treble range.
Balance
Adjust the balance level toward the left or right speakers.
Audio Language
Select from English / Spanish / French (Available for digital channels if
multiple audio languages are broadcasted).
MTS (Multi Channel Television Sound) : Select Stereo / SAP (Secondary Audio Program)
or Mono.
Note:
The SAP (Secondary Audio Programs) feature allows a TV station to broadcast other
information, which could be audio in another language.
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TIME MENU
1. Press
the • MENU
2.
Use the
or • button.
button to select TIME, then
press the • button to enter the TIME settings.
3. Use the • or • button to select the options
(OSD Duration, Sleep Timer, Time Zone, Day
Saving Time or Clock). Adjust them using the
• or • button.
4. Repeat step 3 to adjust other options.
5. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the normal
screen,
press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
OSD (On Screen Display)
Sleep Timer
:
Time Zone
:
Day Saving Time :
Clock
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Duration
: Select the length of time the On screen menu is
displayed : 15 Sec / 30 Sec / 45 Sec / 60 Sec.
Select the length of time before the unit automatically
changes
to
Standby mode : Off -> 5 Minutes -> 10 Minutes -> 15 Minutes -> 30
Minutes -> 60 Minutes -> 90 Minutes -> 120 Minutes -> Off.
Select the time zone from Eastern / Central / Mountain / Pacific / Alaska
/ Hawaii.
Select On to activate daylight savings time.
Displays the current time.
SET UP MENU
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Use the • or • button to select SET UP, then
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press the • button to enter the SET UP settings.
3. Use the • or • button to select the options
(OSD Language,
Color Mode, PC Set Up,
Closed Caption or Restore Setting). Adjust them
using the • or • button (The screen will change
to your desired setting); or press the • button to
go into the detailed settings.
4. Press the MENU button to return to the previous
menu.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust other options.
6. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the normal screen, press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
OSD (On Screen Display) Language
Color
Restore
Mode
Setting
: Select On-screen menu language from English /
French / Spanish.
: Adjust the three color temperature of the picture. Choose from Normal
(balanced), Warm (red white) or Cool (blue white) modes.
: If you reset the TV to the factory settings, all your present settings on
PICTURE and AUDIO will be erased and replaced by the factory's default
settings.
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PC Set Up (in PC mode only)
Resolution
: 1,680 x 1,050 max
Refresh Frequency : 60Hz max
H - Pos
V-
Pos
Clock
Phase
: Center the image by moving it left or
right.
:Center the image by moving it up or
down.
:Adjusts the display clock to change
width of the image.
: Adjusts the image if there is flicker of
screen letters, color misalignment, or
blurring.
Closed Caption
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Note:
This function only works on ATSC
programs broadcast with captions.
CO Mode
Analog Closed Caption
Digital Closed Caption
Digital Caption Style
PARENTAL
Select closed caption On, Off or CC on Mute.
Select the analog closed caption or turn it off.
Select the digital closed caption or turn it off.
Select As Broadcaster to use the default digital caption style of
the broadcaster. Select Custom to activate the caption style items
and set your desired detailed settings.
MENU
Password
1. Press the MENU button.
2. Use the • or I_ button to select PARENTAL,
then press the • button to enter the PARENTAL
settings.
The menu locked screen will be
displayed.
3. Enter a 4-digit password. Once entered, the
screen will enter the Parental menu. The preset
password is 0000.
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enter " 8888 " to unlock parental control.
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SET UP
PARENTAL
TV
Parental
1. Use the • or • button to select various
Parental settings. Adjust them using the _ or
• button, or press the • button to go into the
detailed settings.
2. Press the MENU button to return to the previous
menu.
3. Repeat steps 1 - 2 to adjust other options.
4. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the
normal screen press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
Rating Enable
U,S,
Canadian
English
Ratings
Canadian
French
Ratings
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TV-PG
TV-14
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PG
NC-17
X
: Not rated.
: GENERAL AUDIENCES, Suitable for all ages.
: PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - Some material may not be
suitable for children.
: PARENTS STRONGLY CAUTIONED
- Some material may be
inappropriate for children under 13.
: RESTRICTED, Under 17 requires accompanying
parent or adult
guardian for viewing in movie theaters.
: No one 17 or under admitted in movie theaters,
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Select On to edit the following parental items. Select Off to disable parental
control.
Set TV and MPAA ratings.
Set Canada English and Canada French ratings.
Set Rating Region Table.
Reset Rating Region Table to the default settings.
US
Canada
RRT Setting
Reset RRT
U.S. TV
Ratings
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Recommended for all children.
Recommended for all children age 7 and above.
General Audience.
Parental Guidance Suggested.
Parental Strongly Cautioned.
Mature Audience Only.
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18+
Exempt.
Children.
Recommended for children age 8 and older.
GENERAL AUDIENCES, Suitable for all ages.
PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED - Some material may not be
suitable for children.
: Viewers 14 years and older.
: Adult Programming.
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GENERAL AUDIENCES, Suitable for all ages.
Not recommended foryoung children.
Not suitable for children under the age of 13.
Not suitable for children under the age of 16.
Adult Programming.
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TV MENU (ForTV
Mode Only)
1. Press the MENU button.
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2. Use the • or • button to select TV, then press
the • buton to enter the TV setings.
3. Use the • or • button to select the options
(Antenna,
Auto Scan, Auto Scan Add OH,
Channel Skip, Channel No., Channel Label or
DTV Signal). Adjust them using the • or • button,
or press the • button to go into the detailed
settings.
4. Press the MENU button to return to the previous
menu.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust other options.
6. To exit the MAIN MENU and return to the normal screen, press the EXIT or MENU button
repeatedly.
Antenna
Auto Scan
Auto Scan Add CH
Channel Skip
Channel No.
Channel Label
DTV Signal
Air (over-the-air
broadcasts,
Ch 2-69) or CATV (cable/satellite
broadcasts, CH 1-135) mode is available.
Search for usable stations and store them in memory.
Search for more usable stations and add them in memory. The stations
stored before are still kept.
Skip weak channels and the channels you do not like.
Select a different TV channel.
Display and edit the channel label.
Display the signal strength (for digital TV channels only).
Channel Skip
1. Use the • or • button to select a channel
(Press the • button to select the last channel
of the page; press again to go to the next
page. Press the • button to select the first
channel of the page; press again to return the
previous page).
2. Press the ENTER button to shift between On /
Off (Select On to skip the selected channel.
The channel will not appear when you press
the CH A / CH v button).
Channel Label
You can edit a label for each channel.
1. Use the • or • button to select the number or
letter. Use the • or • button to move and edit
the next character. Press the ENTER button to
confirm.
2. After editing, the Channel and Channel Label
will be displayed on the screen when you press
the DISPLAY button.
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This owner's manual explains the basic instructions of this unit. Some DVDs are
produced to limit operation during playback. For example, many DVDs do not allow
users to skip government warnings, or in some cases previews or other features.
This is not a defect in the unit. Refer to the instruction notes of discs.
" [] " may appear on the screen during operation. A " [] " means that the desired
operation is not permitted by the unit or disc.
PLAYING A DISC
1. Press the STANDBY/ON button to turn the unit on.
2. Press the FUNCTION button to select DVD mode.
See CUSTOMIZING THE DVD FUNCTION SETTINGS before proceeding to step 3.
3. Press the A PUSH OPEN button to open the disc door.
4. Hold the disc by its edge and gently push it onto the spindle, with the label side facing the front,
until you hear a "click".
5. Push the disc door gently to close it. It takes a short while for your unit to load the disc. After
loading, for most DVDs, the unit will automatically take you main menu or start playing. If the
unit does not automatically start playing the DVD, press the _ PLAY button.
PLAYING A PICTURE
FILE DISC
This unit can play picture files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs.
1. Press the A PUSH OPEN button to open the disc door.
2. Hold the disc by its edge and gently push it onto the spindle, with the label side facing the
front, until you hear a "click".
3. Push the door gently to close it. The picture files on the disc will be displayed one by one
automatically.
4. Press the • STOP button to go to the folder list.
5. Press the • or • button to highlight a file to play. Press the _ PLAY button to start playback.
Note:
• You can press the In PAUSE button to interrupt playback, and press the _ PLAY button to
resume playback.
• You also can use the GOTO function or use the numbered buttons to enter the image number
to quickly select any image.
• Press the ANGLE button on the remote control to rotate the picture orientation by 90°.
PAUSING PLAYBACK
(STILL MODE)
Press the II PAUSE button. To resume normal playback, press the _
you press the II PAUSE button, the picture advances one frame.
STOPPING
PLAY button. Each time
PLAYBACK
Press the • STOP button at the location where you want to interrupt playback. To resume playback at
the position where the disc was stopped, press the _ PLAY button.
If you press the • STOP button twice, the unit's memory will be cleared and pressing the
PLAY button will reset the disc to the beginning.
SKIPPING
TO A DIFFERENTTRACK
• Press the I._ PREV button to go back to previous chapters/tracks.
• Press the I_IH NEXT button to advance chapters/tracks.
• For an Audio CD, use the number buttons (remote control only) to go directly to that track
number.
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FAST FORWARD/FAST
REVERSE
1. Press the SEARCH I_1_or ,4 SEARCH button when a disc is playing.
• Each time the SEARCH I_1_or 44 SEARCH button is pressed, the speed of fast scan
changes in the following sequence:
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2. Press the _
speed.
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16x
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8x--
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16x
PLAY button when you reach the desired point to resume playback at normal
SLOW-MOTION
PLAY (DVD)
1.In Play mode, press the It,- SLOW button on the remote control. Each time the I_ SLOW button
is pressed, the speed of slow-motion playback changes in the following sequence:
2. Press the _
PLAY button to return to normal playback speed.
AUDIO SELECTION
(DVD)
On some discs, the sound is recorded in two or more formats. Follow the directions below to select
the preferred language and sound system.
1. While a disc is playing, press the AUDIO button to show the current audio format number.
2. Press the AUDIO button repeatedly to select the
desired audio format.
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• If only one audio format is recorded, the number does not change.
• About two seconds later, playback continues in the new audio format.
SUBTITLE SELECTION (DVD)
1. While a DVD is playing, press the SUBTITLE button to display
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the current language setting, as shown in the example.
2. Press the SUBTITLE button repeatedly to select the desired subtitle language.
Note:
• If only one language is recorded, the language does not change.
• About two seconds later, playback continues with the new subtitle selected.
• The number of languages recorded differs depending on the disc.
• This function can only be used for discs on which subtitles have been recorded in multiple
languages.
• On some DVDs, subtitles are activated from the main menu of the DVD. Press the DVD MENU
button to activate the main menu.
ANGLE SELECTION
(DVD)
Some DVDs contain scenes that have been shot from a number of different angles. For these discs,
the same scene can be viewed from each of these different angles.
1. While you are playing a DVD with different angles recorded,
press the ANGLE button to view the number of current angles
available.
2. Press the ANGLE button repeatedly to change the scene to
Sequence of angle shots
the next angle in those recorded.
[Example)
• About two seconds later, playback continues from the new
angle selected.
• If no button is pressed within 10 seconds, playback continues
without changing the current angle.
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This function can only be used for discs on which scenes shot from multiple angles have been
recorded.
If only one angle is recorded, "_ 1/1 " is displayed.
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DISPLAY FUNCTION
(DVD)
While the disc is playing, press the DISPLAY button repeatedly
operation status:
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LOCATING
A SPECIFIC
TITLE (DVD)
If a DVD contains title numbers, you can locate a specific title by directly selecting
number.
1. In stop mode, press the GOTO button.
2. Press the, orl_ button to highlight a specific field and
press the corresponding number button(s) for the title
you want.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm. Playback starts from the selected title.
LOCATING
A SPECIFIC
a title
CHAPTER/TRACK
If you know the chapter / track number you want to play, you can locate a specific chapter /
track by directly selecting a chapter / track number.
1. Press the GOTO button to search for your desired
chapter / track.
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2. Press the, or, button to highlight a chapter / track
then press the corresponding number button(s) for the chapter/track
you want.
3. Press the ENTER button to confirm. Playback starts from the selected chapter / track.
LOCATING
A SPECIFICTIME
You can move to a specific location by entering its corresponding
time (hours, minutes,
seconds)
1. Press the GOTO button.
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3. Press the ENTER button to confirm. Playback starts from the selected location.
Note:
• Some discs may not respond to this process.
• Some scenes may not be located as precisely as specified.
• This method for accessing specific locations is available only within the current title of the
DVD.
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You can play a specific title or chapter repeatedly. (Title repeat, chapter repeat, entire DVD
repeat, A-B repeat)
REPEATING
A CHAPTER
(DVD)
You can play the same chapter repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the "_
on the screen. The current chapter is played repeatedly.
REPEATING
A TITLE
You can play the same title repeatedly.
2. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the "_
the screen. The current title is played repeatedly.
TO RESUME
Chapter_ indicator displays
NORMAL
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PLAYBACK
3. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the" Repeat Off
on the screen.
"
indicator displays
You can play a single track or an entire disc repeatedly.
REPEATING
A SINGLE TRACK
(CD)
You can play the same track repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the "Repeat One" indicator displays
on the screen. The current track is played repeatedly.
REPEATING
AN ENTIRE
DISC
2. While the disc is playing, press the REPEAT button until the " Repeat All" indicator displays
on the screen. The entire disc is played repeatedly.
TO RESUME
NORMAL
PLAYBACK
3. Press the REPEAT button until the " Off " indicator displays on the screen.
REPEATING
A SPECIFIC
SECTION
(DVD) (CD)
You can play a specific section repeatedly.
1. While the disc is playing, press the A-B button at the beginning of the section (__DA is
displayed) you want to play repeatedly.
2. Press the A-B button again at the end of the section (_._ ABis displayed) you want to play
repeatedly.
3. The unit will immediately begin replaying your selection.
TO RESUME
NORMAL
PLAYBACK
4. While the disc is playing, press the A-B button until the "_.D ABOFF"indicator displays on the
screen.
Note:
• A-B repeat can only be used within the same title. If the start and end of the section to be
repeated are in different titles, A-B repeat is cancelled.
• The A-B repeat function does not operate in scenes where different camera angles are
recorded.
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PROGRAMMABLE
MEMORY
The two types of programmed playback provided by this unit is title/chapter programmed
playback.
TITLE/CHAPTER
PROGRAMMED
PLAYBACK
(DVD)
1. Press the MEMORY button in PLAY mode.
2. Input the title (2 digits) and chapter (2 digits) by pressing the number buttons. (For example
: 01 02, 02 05, 02 11.) It will move to the next item automatically.
3. Repeat steps 2 to add additional titles and chapters.
4. Press the _ PLAY button to start the programmed playback.
LANGUAGE
SETUP
1. In Stop mode, press the SETUP
button.
2. Use the • or • button
to select the option (OSD
Language,
Audio, Subtitle
or Disc Menu), then press
the I_ button.
3. Use the • or • button
to select
your preferred
language,
then press the ENTER button
to confirm.
4. Press the • button to go back to the previous menu.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to adjust other options.
5. To exit the SETUP
MENU and return to the normal
screen, press the SETUP button.
Go To Language
Setup
Page
Note:
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Some DVDs
programmed
Some DVDs
prior subtitle
Some DVDs
case, press
on the disc
may not play in the audio language
selected.
A prior language
may be
on the disc.
may be set to display subtitles
in a language other than the one selected.
A
language
may be programmed
on the disc.
allow you to change subtitle selections
via the disc menu only. If this is the
the DVD MENU button and choose the appropriate
subtitle from the selection
menu.
Some DVDs
automatically
may not included
your pre-selected
language.
In this case, the DVD player
displays
disc menus consistent
with the disc's initial language
setting.
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VIDEO SETUP
1. In Stop mode, press the SETUP button.
2. Press the • orl_ button repeatedly until VIDEO SETUP
appears.
3. Use theA or • button to select the option (TV MODE,
BRIGHTNESS
or CONTRAST),
then press
the I_
button. Use the • or 1_ button to make adjustments,
then press the ENTER button. (The screen will change
Go To Video
to your selected
setting).
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to adjust other options.
5. To exit the SETUP MENU and return to the normal screen, press
Setup
Page
the SETUP
button.
3. Use the •
or •
button
to select
the option
(TV
DISPLAY or DEFAULT),
then press the I_ button. Use
the • or•
button to make adjustments,
then press
the ENTER button.
(The screen
will change
to your
GO TO System Page
selected
setting).
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 above to adjust other options.
5. To exit the SETUP MENU and return to the normal screen, press the SETUP
button.
SYSTEM SETUP
1. In Stop mode, press the SETUP
button.
2. Press the • orl_ button
repeatedly
until
SETUP
appears.
SYSTEM
TV TYPE
Pan Scan
• When wide-screen video is played, this mode clips the right and left
sides of the image so that it can be viewed on a conventional screen.
• Some wide-screen DVDs that do not permit Pan Scan mode playback
are automatically played in letterbox mode (black bands that appear at
the top and bottom of the screen).
Letter Box
• When wide-screen video is played in this mode on a conventional
screen, black bands appear at the top and bottom of the screen.
Wide screen
• This is the correct mode for playing wide-screen videos on the unit or
other external wide-screens.
Note:
• The displayable picture size is preset on the DVD. Therefore the playback
picture of some DVDs may not conform to the picture size you select.
• When you play DVDs recorded in the 4:3 aspect ratio, the playback
picture will always appears in the 4:3 aspect ratio regardless of the TV
TYPE setting.
• If the screen mode is still not correct, press the LCD MODE button
repeatedly to adjust it.
DEFAULT
It takes 3-5 seconds to reset the DVD settings to the factory default.
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Cut off when a widescreen video image is
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WIDE SCREEN
CLEANING
THE DISC
A defective or soiled disc inserted into the unit can cause sound to drop out during playback.
Handle the disc by holding its inner and outer edges,
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• Do NOT touch the surface of the unlabeled side of the disc.
• Do NOT stick paper or tape on the surface.
• Do NOT expose the disc to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
• Clean the disc before playback. Wipe the disc from the center
outward with a cleaning cloth.
• NEVER use solvents such as benzine or alcohol to clean the disc.
• Do NOT use irregular shaped discs (example: heart shaped, octagonal, etc.). They may
cause malfunctions.
CLEANING
THE UNIT
• Be sure to turn the unit off and disconnect the AC power cord before maintaining the unit.
• Wipe the unit with a dry soft cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty, wipe clean with a cloth
that has been dipped in a weak soap-and-water solution and wrung out thoroughly. Wipe
with a dry cloth.
• Never use alcohol, benzine, thinner, cleaning fluid or other chemicals. Do NOT use
compressed air to remove dust.
IM PORTANT
NOTE
Before transporting
the unit, remove the disc from the disc compartment.
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SYMPTOM
CAUSE (AND REMEDY)
No power: .........................., Ensure the AC power cord is connecte&
* Turn on the unit.
The remote
function.
does
not
• Remove any obstacles between the remote and the unit.
• Use the remote near the unit.
• Point the remote at the remote sensor on the unit.
• Replace the batteries in the remote with new ones.
DVD
No sound or on!y a very
!owileve! sound is hear&,
• Make sure that you,re selected DVD mode.
The system
in paus e model Pres s
PLAY button to
return to normal play model
Fast forward or fast reverse is performed. Press the
PLAY button t° return to normal play model
• Make sure the AUDIO / VIDEO output and AVIN input
connections are correcL
• The DTS DVD cannot be decoded to have speaker output.
• This unit is too hot. Power off the unit for 30 minutes to cool
down.
No picture.
• The region number of the disc doesn't
match the region
number of this unit.
The disc is scratched.
Severe
heard,
hum or noise is
• The plugs and jacks are dirty. Wipe them with a cloth slightly
moistened with alcohol.
• Clean the disc.
The disc does not play,
• There is no disc inside ("No Disc" appears on the screen).
• insertthe
discc0rrect!y
With the playback s de facing
frontward.
• clean the discl
• A non-NTSC disc has been inserted. The unit and disc
region number are incompatible:
condensation
maY have f0rmed inside the unit due to a
..................................... sudden change in temperaturel Wait about an hour for it to
clear and try again.
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SYMPTOM
CAUSE (AND REMEDY)
TV
Bad Picture
• cheCk the loCation of the antenna and adjust it if necessaiyl
multiple
images,
• Make surethe antenna Cable is frmlyconnected.
distortion, blurry)Make
suie a!! input cables are firm!y c0nnected,
No sound.
Black
and white
Picture I
No picture or sound.
• Increase the volume.
• Check whether the mute function
remote control.
has been activated
on the
Check the SET UP MENU setting wthin the TV SETUP menu.
tooCheck
make sure the piogram you are watching is broadcast
in Color and not Black & Whitel
• Make sure the unit is plugged in and turned on.
• Make sure TV mode is selected.
• Try a new channel to check for possible station trouble.
• Make sure the antenna is connected properly.
• Increase the volume.
• Make sure the antenna or audio/video source device is working
properly.
• Make sure all cables are firmly connected.
• Check for local interference.
Colored
picture:
patches of
•
Make sure there are no unshielded electrical devices nearby that
are causing interferencel
Turn theTV off for 30 minutes, then try it again,
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A
VENTURER ELECTRONICS
("VENTURER")
makes the following limited warranty. This limited warranty
original consumer purchaser and is limited to non-commercial use of the product.
extend to the
Ninety (90) Day Parts & Labor Warranty
VENTURER products purchased in the United States are warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for
a period of ninety (90) days from the date of their original retail purchase. If the unit fails to conform to this warranty, we will
service the product using new or refurbished pads and products, at VENTURER's sole discretion.
During a period of ninety (90) days from the effective warranty date, Venturer will provide, when needed, service labor to repair
a manufacturing defect at its designated Service Center. To obtain warranty service in the Untied States, you must first call our
Customer Support Center at or (800)-252-6123 during the hours listed in the box below. The determination of service
will be made by Venturer Customer Support. PLEASE DO NOT RETURN YOUR UNITTO VENTURER WITHOUT PRIOR
AUTHORIZATION.
New or remanufactured replacements for defective parts or products will be used for repairs by Venturer
at its designated Service Center for ninety (90) days from the effective warranty date. Such replacement parts or products are
warranted for an additional ninety (90) days from the date of repair or replacement. The Customer will be required to ship the
unit to the Service Center indicated at the time Customer Support is contacted to make the necessary repairs. The customer
is responsible for all transportation charges to the service facility.
Packaging and Shipping Instruction
When you send the product to the Venturer service facility you must use the original carton box and packing material or an
equivalent as designated by VENTURER.
LIMITED WARRANTY
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
(1)
You must retain the original sale receipt to provide proof of purchase.
(2)
These warranties are effective only if the product is purchased and operated in the U.S.A. or Canada.
(3)
Warranties extend only to defects in material or workmanship, and do not extend to any product or parts which have been
lost or discarded, or damage to product or parts caused by misuse, accident, improper operation or maintenance, or use
in violation of instructions provided with the product, orto product which has been altered or modified without authorization
of Venturer, or to products or parts thereof which have had the serial number removed or changed.
OUT OFWARRANTY
In the event your product requires repair after the limited warranty period has expired, please contact our Customer Support "}
Center at 1-800-252-6123
orwww.venturencom
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Hours:
Monday-Thursday:
9-7, Friday:
9-5, Saturday: 9-12 EST.
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IMPORTANT:
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY TRANSPORTATION,
SHIPPING OR INSURANCE
OF PRODUCTTO
OUR PRODUCT RETURNS CENTER.
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All warranties implied by state law, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
expressly limited to the duration of the limited warranties set forth above. With the exception of any warranties implied by state
law as hereby limited, the foregoing warranty is exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, guarantees, agreements and similar
obligations of manufacturer or seller with respect to the repair or replacement of any parts. In no event shall Venturer be liable
for consequential or incidental damages.
No person, agent, distributor, dealer or company is authorized to change, modify or extend the terms of these warranties in any
manner whatsoever. The time within action must be commenced to enforce any obligation of VENTURER arising under the
warranty or under any statute, or law of the United States or any state thereof, is hereby limited to ninety (90) days from the date
of purchase. This limitation does not apply to implied warranties arising under state law.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which may vary, from state to state. Some states
do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts, when an action may be brought, orthe exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above provisions may not apply to you.
For more information
Model
Type
Serial
Date
on other products and services, please visit our web site at www.venturer.com
no ..................................................
of set
Product
name
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no ...................................................
purchased
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FOR SERVICE AND REPAIR, PLEASE VISIT
Invoice
Dealer
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name
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