Classe Audio SACD-1 Instruction manual

SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO
PLAYER
Table of Contents
DV-SP800
Getting Started
Instruction Manual
Connecting
Setting Up the Player
Basic Playback
Advanced Playback
Thank you for purchasing the ONKYO SACD & DVD
AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER.
Please read this manual thoroughly before making
connections and plugging in the unit.
Following the instructions in this manual will enable
you to obtain optimum performance and listening
enjoyment from your new SACD & DVD AUDIO/
VIDEO PLAYER.
Please retain this manual for future reference.
Function Setup
Toubleshooting
Others
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Table of Contents
Various Functions
Getting Started
Getting Started
Important Safeguards .................................... 3
Precautions .................................................... 4
Notes on Discs ............................................... 6
Features/Supplied Accessories ...................... 8
Before You Start ............................................. 9
Index to Parts and Controls ......................... 10
Advanced Playback
Connecting
Still Frame/Slow Play ................................... 29
Locating a Specific Title/Folder/Chapter/Track/
Location .................................................. 30
Repeat Play ................................................. 32
Random Play ............................................... 33
Playing in a Favorite Order .......................... 34
Selecting the Camera Angle ........................ 38
Selecting the Audio/Subtitle Language ........ 39
Continuing Playback from a Specified Location
(Last Memory) ......................................... 40
Memorizing Settings for Often Viewed DVDs
(Condition Memory) ................................ 41
Turning Off the Video Signal Output ............ 42
Listening through Headphones .................... 43
Viewing Disc Information ............................. 44
Connecting to a TV ...................................... 15
• Using the supplied audio/video connection cable
• Making component video connections
• Making S-video connections
Connecting to a TV (European models) ....... 17
• Connecting to a TV Using the SCART Cable
(European models)
• Making S-video connections
• AV CONNECTOR 1 jack
Connecting to an Amplifier (To Enjoy the Sound
Advantage of the DVD Player) ................ 18
• Making a digital connection with the amplifier
• Making discrete 5.1 channel ANALOG OUTPUT
connections
• Making discrete 2 channel ANALOG OUTPUT
connections
Connecting the Power/
Turning on the DVD Player ..................... 20
Function Setup
Setting Up the Player
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings ............. 46
Setting Up the Player ................................... 21
• Various sound formats and sound effects
Basic Playback
Getting Started Using Your DVD Player ....... 25
Others
Programming the Commands of Other Remote
Control Units into the Remote
Controller ................................................ 65
Register the Codes of Other Unit’s Remote
Controllers .............................................. 68
Troubleshooting ........................................... 71
Specifications ............................................... 74
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Advanced
Features
Using the Setup Screen Menus ............................... 46
Changing to the Setup Screen “Expert” Menu Mode 47
Adjusting the Dynamic Range of the Audio
Soundtrack ........................................................ 48
Setting the Audio 1 Options ..................................... 48
Setting the Audio 2 Options ..................................... 50
Setting the TV Screen Size ...................................... 52
Setting the Video 1 Options ..................................... 53
Adjusting the Video Quality ...................................... 54
Setting the Video 2 Options ..................................... 56
Setting the Language Options ................................. 57
Language Code List ................................................. 60
Setting the Parental Lock Level ............................... 61
Country Code List .................................................... 63
Other Settings .......................................................... 63
Memorizing Settings (Function Memory) ................. 64
Recalling Memorized Settings ................................. 64
Resetting the Player to System Settings ................. 64
WARNING:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR
MOISTURE.
WARNING
AVIS
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE
NE PAS OUVRIR
The lightning flash with 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.
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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.
Important Safeguards
1.
Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the appliance is operated.
2.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
3.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the appliance and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
4.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions should
be followed.
5.
Cleaning – Unplug the appliance from the wall outlet before
cleaning. The appliance should be cleaned only as
recommended by the manufacturer.
6.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by
the appliance manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
7.
Water and Moisture – Do not use the appliance near water –for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
8.
Accessories – Do not place the appliance on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The appliance may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the
appliance. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the appliance.
Any mounting of the appliance should follow the manufacturer’s
instructions, and should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
9.
An appliance and cart
combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops,
excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the
appliance and cart combination
to overturn.
PORTABLE CART WARNING
13. Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be routed
so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the appliance.
14. Lightning – For added protection for the appliance during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the
antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the
appliance due to lightning and power-line surges.
15. Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
16. Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind into
the appliance through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the appliance.
17. Servicing – Do not attempt to service the appliance yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous
voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service
personnel.
18. Damage Requiring Service – Unplug the appliance form the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
A. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
appliance,
C. If the appliance has been exposed to rain or water,
S3125A
10. Ventilation – Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the appliance and
to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the appliance on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. The appliance should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation
is provided. There should be free space of at least 5 cm (2 in.)
and an opening behind the appliance.
11. Power Sources – The appliance should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supply to your home, consult
your appliance dealer or local power company.
12. Grounding or Polarization – The appliance may be equipped
with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one
blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to
insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the
plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
D. If the appliance does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the appliance to its normal operation,
E. If the appliance has been dropped or damaged in any way,
and
F. When the appliance exhibits a distinct change in
performance – this indicates a need for service.
19. Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
20. Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to
the appliance, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the appliance is in proper operation
condition.
21. Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The appliance should be mounted
to a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
22. Heat – The appliance should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
23. Liquid Hazards – The appliance should not be exposed to
dripping or splashing and no objects filled with liquids, such as
vases should be placed on the appliance.
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Precautions
For British model
DANGER:
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCK FAILED OR DEFEATED. DO NOT STARE INTO
BEAM.
Replacement and mounting of an AC plug on the power supply cord of this
unit should be performed only by qualified service personnel.
IMPORTANT
CAUTION:
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR
ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
The wires in the mains lead are colored in accordance with the following
code:
Blue
:
Neutral
Brown
:
Live
As the colors of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the colored markings identifying the terminals in your plug,
proceed as follows:
For European model
This unit contains a semiconductor laser system and is classified
as a “CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT”. So, to use this model properly,
read this Instruction Manual carefully. In case of any trouble, please
contact the store where you purchased the unit. To prevent being
exposed to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure.
The wire which is colored blue must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter N or colored black.
The wire which is colored brown must be connected to the terminal which is
marked with the letter L or colored red.
IMPORTANT
This label on the rear panel states that:
1. This unit is a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT and employs a
laser inside the cabinet.
2. To prevent the laser from being exposed, do not remove the
cover. Refer servicing to qualified personnel.
Declaration of Conformity
We, ONKYO EUROPE
ELECTRONICS GmbH
INDUSTRIESTRASSE 20
82110 GERMERING,
GERMANY
declare in own responsibility, that the ONKYO product described
in this instruction manual is in compliance with the corresponding
technical standards such as EN60065, EN55013, EN55020 and
EN61000-3-2, -3-3.
GERMERING, GERMANY
I. MORI
A 5 ampere fuse is fitted in this plug. Should the fuse need to be replaced,
please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 5 amperes and that
it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362. Check for the ASTA mark or the
BSI mark on the body of the fuse.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET
OUTLET IN YOUR HOME THEN THE FUSE SHOULD BE REMOVED AND
THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER
OF SEVERE ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED
INTO ANY 13 AMPERE SOCKET.
If in any doubt, please consult a qualified electrician.
For U.S. model
The laser is covered by a housing which prevents exposure during
operation or maintenance. However, this product is classified as a Laser
Product by CDRH (Center for Devices and Radiological Health) which is a
department of the Food and Drug Administration. According to their
regulations 21 CFR section 1002.30, all manufactures who sell Laser
Products must maintain records of written communications between the
manufacturer, dealers and customers concerning radiation safety. If you
have any complaints about instructions or explanations affecting the use of
this product, please feel free to write to the address on the back page of
this manual. When you write us, please include the model number and
serial number of your unit.
In compliance with Federal Regulations, the certification, identification and
the period of manufacture are indicated on the rear panel.
ONKYO EUROPE ELECTRONICS GmbH
For Canadian model
NOTE: This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian
ICES-003.
CAUTION:
The user changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
For models having a power cord with a polarized plug:
NOTE:
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE
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, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and 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 outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
Modèle pour les Canadien
REMARQUE: Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est
conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Sur les modèles dont la fiche est polarisee:
ATTENTION: POUR ÉVITER LES CHOCS
ÉLECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS LARGE
DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE CORRESPONDANTE DE
LA PRISE ET POUSSER JUSQU’AU FOND.
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FCC INFORMATION FOR USER
1. Regional Restriction Codes (Region Number)
Regional restriction codes are built into DVD Players and DVDVideo media for each sales region. If the regional code of the
DVD Player does not match one of the regional codes on the
DVD-Video, playback is not possible.
The regional number can be found on the rear panel of the DVD
Player. (e.g.
2
for Region 2)
2. About This Manual
This manual explains the basic procedures for operating the
DVD Player. Some DVD-Video and DVD-Audio discs do not
support the full potential of the DVD technology. Your DVD
Player may therefore not respond to all operating commands.
Refer to instruction notes on discs.
A “ ” mark may appear on the TV screen during operation. It
means that the operation is not permitted by the DVD Player or
the disc.
3. Recording Copyright
Recording of copyrighted material for other than personal use is
illegal without permission of the copyright holder.
4. Power
WARNING
8. Notes on Handling
• When shipping the unit, use the original shipping carton and
packing materials. For maximum protection, repack the unit as
it was originally packed at the factory.
• Do not use volatile liquids, such as insect spray, near the unit.
Do not leave rubber or plastic products in contact with the unit
for a long time. They will leave marks on the finish.
• The top and rear panels of the unit may become warm after
a long period of use. This is not a malfunction.
• When the unit is not in use, be sure to remove the disc and
turn off the power.
• If you do not use the unit for a long period, the unit may not
function properly in the future. Turn on and use the unit
occasionally.
9. To Obtain a Clear Picture
The unit is a high technology, precision device. If the optical
pick-up lens and disc drive parts are dirty or worn down, the
picture quality becomes poor. To obtain a clear picture, we
recommend regular inspection and maintenance (cleaning or
parts replacement) every 1,000 hours of use depending on the
operating environment. For details, contact your nearest dealer.
10. Notes on Moisture Condensation
BEFORE PLUGGING IN THE UNIT FOR THE FIRST TIME,
READ THE FOLLOWING SECTION CAREFULLY.
Moisture condensation damages the unit.
Please read the following carefully.
The voltage of the available power supply differs according to
country or region. Be sure that the power supply voltage of the
area where the unit will be used meets the required voltage
(e.g., AC 100-240 V, 50/60 Hz) written on the rear panel.
• What is moisture condensation?
Moisture condensation occurs, for example, when you pour a
cold drink into a glass on a warm day. Drops of water form on
the outside of the glass. In the same way, moisture may
condense on the optical pick-up lens inside the unit, one of
the most crucial internal parts of the unit.
5. Do not touch the unit with wet hands
Do not handle the unit or power cord when your hands are wet
or damp. If water or any other liquid enters the case, take the
unit to an authorized service center for inspection.
6. Location of the unit
• Place the unit in a well-ventilated location.
Take special care to provide plenty of ventilation on all sides of
the unit especially when it is placed in an audio rack. If
ventilation is blocked, the unit may overheat and malfunction.
• Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or heating units as
the unit’s internal temperature may rise and shorten the life of
the pickup.
• Avoid damp and dusty places and places directly affected by
vibrations from the speakers. In particular, avoid placing the
unit on or above one of the speakers.
• Be sure the unit is placed in a horizontal position. Never place
it on its side or on a slanted surface as it may malfunction.
• When you place the unit near a TV, radio, or VCR, the
playback picture may become poor and the sound may be
distorted. In this case, place the unit away from the TV, radio,
or VCR.
• Moisture condensation occurs in the following cases.
– When you bring the unit directly from a cold place to a
warm place.
– When you use the unit in a room where you just turned on
the heater, or a place where the cold wind from the air
conditioner directly hits the unit.
– In summer, when you use the unit in a hot and humid place
just after you move the unit from an air conditioned room.
– When you use the unit in a humid place.
• Do not use the unit when moisture condensation may
occur.
If you use the unit in such a situation, it may damage discs
and internal parts. Remove the disc, connect the power cord
of the unit to the wall outlet, turn on the unit, and leave it for
two or three hours. After a few hours, the unit will have
warmed up and evaporated any moisture. Keep the unit
connected to the wall outlet and moisture condensation will
seldom occur.
7. Care
From time to time you should wipe the front and rear panels and
the cabinet with a soft cloth. For heavier dirt, dampen a soft cloth
in a weak solution of mild detergent and water, wring it out dry,
and wipe off the dirt. Following this, dry immediately with a clean
cloth.
Do not use rough material, thinners, alcohol or other chemical
solvents or cloths since these could damage the finish or remove
the panel lettering.
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Getting Started
Notes on Discs
This section shows you how to handle, clean, and store discs.
The Structure of the Disc Content
Playable Discs
This DVD Player can playback the following discs.
DVD-Video
Normally, the contents of DVD-Video are divided into titles,
and the titles are subdivided into chapters.
Disc mark
*1
*2
Title 1
Chapter 1 Chapter 2
DVD videos
Title 2
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3
DVD Audio
DVD-Audio
The contents of DVD-Audio are divided into groups, and the
groups are subdivided into tracks.
VIDEO CDs
Group 2
Group 1
Track 1
*3
Track 2
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
*3
Audio CDs
Video CD/CD
Video CD and CD are divided into tracks.
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
*1 This unit can play DVD-R discs recorded as DVD video
format.
*2 This unit can play DVD-RW discs recorded as DVD video
format. DVD-RW discs that were recorded with only onegeneration copy permission cannot be played.
*3 This unit can play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in CD
Audio or Video CD format, or with MP3 audio files.
Playback of certain discs may not be possible. This may be
caused by a number of possibilities, including but not limited
to: whether or not the disc was not finalized, the type of disc
used, the type of recording; damaged or dirt on either the disc
or the player’s pick up lens.
* For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with
your CD recorder.
• You cannot playback discs other than those listed above.
• You cannot play discs such as CD-ROM etc., even if the
marks in the above table are labeled on those discs.
• This DVD Player uses the PAL/AUTO color system, and
cannot playback DVD videos recorded in any other color
system (SECAM, etc.).
• Avoid using heart-shaped or octagonal discs. Playing
irregularly shaped discs may damage the internal
mechanism of the DVD Player.
• Do not use discs that have residue from adhesive tape,
rental discs that have peeling labels, or discs that have
custom labels or stickers. Otherwise, you may not be able
to eject the discs or the DVD Player may become
inoperative.
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About VIDEO CDs
This DVD Player supports VIDEO CDs equipped with the PBC
(Version 2.0) function. (PBC is the abbreviation of Playback Control.)
You can enjoy two playback variations depending on the type of disc.
• VIDEO CD not equipped with PBC function (Version 1.1)
Sound and movies can be played on this DVD Player in the
same way as an audio CD.
• VIDEO CD equipped with PBC function (Version 2.0)
In addition to operation of the VIDEO CD not equipped with the
PBC function, you can enjoy playback with interactive software
and search function using the menu displayed on the TV
screen (Menu Playback). Some of the functions described in
this Instruction Manual may not work with some discs.
MP3 compatibility information
• The CD-ROM must be ISO 9660 compatible.
• Files should be MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 format, 44.1 or
48kHz, fixed bit-rate. Incompatible files will not play and
“UNPLAYABLE MP3 FORMAT” will be displayed.
• Not compatible with variable bit-rate (VBR) files.
• This system only plays tracks that are named with the file
extension “.mp3” or “.MP3”.
• This system is not compatible with multi-session discs. If
you try to play a multi-session disc, only the first session will
be played.
• Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your MP3 files.
The disc must be finalized in order to play.
• Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular
audio CD quality. Although this system will play lower bitrate MP3 tracks, the sound quality becomes noticeably
worse at lower bit-rates.
• Only the first 8 characters of folder and track names
(excluding the “.mp3” extension) are displayed.
• This system can recognize a maximum of 250 folders and
250 tracks. Discs containing more than 250 folders or tracks
will not play.
Handling Discs
• Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Playback side
• Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
Cleaning Discs
• Fingerprints and dust on the disc cause picture and sound
deterioration. Wipe the disc from the center outwards with a
soft cloth. Always keep the disc clean.
Notes on Copyright
It is forbidden by law to copy, broadcast, show, broadcast on
cable, play in public, and rent copyrighted material without
permission.
DVD videos are copy protected, and any recordings made from
these discs will be distorted.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is
protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other
intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation
and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection
technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and
is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless
otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation. Reverse
engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
• If you cannot wipe off the dust with a soft cloth, wipe the disc
lightly with a slightly moistened soft cloth and finish with a
dry cloth.
• Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzine,
commercially available cleaners or antistatic spray for vinyl
LPs. It may damage the disc.
Storing Discs
• Do not store discs in a place subject to direct sunlight or
near heat sources.
• Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and dust
such as a bathroom or near a humidifier.
• Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing objects
on discs outside of their case may cause warping.
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Features/Supplied Accessories
Features
THX*1 Ultra Certified
DTS*2/Dolby Digital*3/MPEG2/PCM Digital Audio Outputs
Advanced 192-kHz/24-Bit D/A Converters
Vector Linear Shaping Circuitry
RCA 6ch Multi-channel outputs
108-MHz/12-bit Video D/A Conversion
Progressive Component Video Outputs and a SCART
connector (European models only)
Progressive Component Video Outputs
Direct Digital Path
Plays DVD-Audio and Video Discs, DVD-Rs,
DVD-RWs, MP3 CDs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs, Video CDs,
SACDs and Audio CDs
Pre-programmed and Learning Remote Control
*1 Manufactured under licence from Lucasfilm Ltd. Lucasfilm and
THX are trademarks of Lucasfilm Ltd.
*2 “DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are trademarks of Digital
Theater Systems, Inc.
*3 Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby”, “Pro Logic” and the double-D symbol Ÿ are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
THX Ultra
Before any home theatre component can be THX Ultra certified, it
must pass a rigorous series of quality and performance tests.
Only then can product feature the THX Ultra logo, which is your
guarantee that the Home Theatre products you purchase will give
you superb performance for many years to come.
Supplied Accessories
Make sure your box contains everything listed below.
If any pieces are missing, contact your nearest ONKYO dealer.
The number of accessories is indicated in brackets.
Remote controller (RC-498DV) [1]
Batteries (size AA/UM-3) [2]
z cable [1]
Cable used for system connections to an Integra/
Onkyo component with an z jack.
(The components will not function as a system with
only z connections. Be sure to connect the audio
connection cables correctly as well.)
Power cord [1]
Shape may vary depending on the area which it was
purchased.
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S-video cable [1]
Cable which sends S-video images.
Audio/video connection cable [1]
The cable with the yellow plug is for video. The cable
with the red and white plugs are for audio.
SCART cable [1] (European model)
Before You Start
Notes
Setting the Voltage Selector
(Worldwide models only)
Worldwide models are equipped with a voltage selector to
conform with local power supplies. Be sure to set this switch
to match the voltage of the power supply in your area before
plugging in the unit.
Determine the proper voltage for your area: 220-230 V or 120
V. If the preset voltage is not correct for your area, insert a
screwdriver into the groove in the switch. Slide the switch all
the way to the upper (120 V) or to the lower (220-230 V),
whichever is appropriate.
Y
COMPONENT 1
CR/PR
CB /PB
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
SURR 1
CENTER
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
R
SURR 2
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
SURR
1 1+2
Using the Remote Controller
Point the remote controller toward the remote control
sensor.
220-230 V
DIGITAL
OUTPUT
R
SUB
WOOFER
AC INLET
120 V
L
• Do not mix new batteries with old batteries or different kinds of
batteries.
• To avoid corrosion, remove the batteries if the remote controller is
not to be used for a long time.
• Remove dead batteries immediately to avoid damage from
corrosion. If the remote controller does not operate smoothly,
replace both batteries at the same time.
• The life of the batteries supplied is about six months but this will
vary depending on usage.
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
Remote control sensor
VOLTAGE
SELECTOR
120 V
220-230 V
30˚
Ab
ou
t5
m
30˚
Inserting the Batteries
1 Open the battery compartment cover.
Notes
2 Insert the two R6 (size AA) batteries.
Be sure to match the + and – ends of the batteries
with the diagram inside the battery compartment.
• Place the unit away from strong light such as direct sunlight or
inverted fluorescent light which can prevent proper operation of the
remote controller.
• Using another remote controller of the same type in the same room
or using the unit near equipment which uses infrared rays may
cause operational interference.
• Do not put any object such as a book on the remote controller. The
buttons of the remote controller may be pressed by mistake and
drain the batteries.
• Make sure the audio rack doors do not have colored glass. Placing
the unit behind such doors may prevent proper remote controller
operation.
• If there is any obstacle between the remote controller and the
remote control sensor, the remote controller will not operate.
3 Close the battery compartment cover.
9
Index to Parts and Controls
For operational instructions, see the page indicated in brackets [ ].
■ Front panel
1
2 3
4
5
6
7
9 0 -
8
=
~
!
SACD
DVD
STANDBY/ON
PAUSE
CD
VIDEO CIRCUIT
OFF
LAST MEMORY
STOP
PLAY
PHONES
PHONES LEVEL
CLEAR
STANDBY
POWER
ON
OFF
DIMMER
REPEAT
RANDOM
DISPLAY
MIN
@
#
$
%
1 POWER switch and STANDBY indicator [20]
Turns on the main power supply for the DV-SP800.
The DV-SP800 enters standby state and the STANDBY indicator
lights up. Pressing the switch again to the off position (— OFF)
shuts down the main power supply into the DV-SP800.
• Before turning on the power, make sure all cables are properly
connected.
2 STANDBY/ON button [20, 21, 25, 28, 46, 64]
When STANDBY/ON button is pressed to ON while the POWER
switch is set to ON, the DV-SP800 turns on and the STANDBY
indicator turns off. The indicator around 0 button lights up.
Pressing the button again returns the DV-SP800 to the standby
state. This state turns off the display, disables control functions.
3 VIDEO CIRCUIT OFF button and indicator [42]
Press to switch the video signal off.
4 LAST MEMORY button [40]
You can resume DVD or Video CD playback from the point you
last watched even if the disc is removed from the player. Press
LAST MEMORY during playback to set a Last Memory point.
When you want to resume playback of that disc, press LAST
MEMORY in the stop mode and playback starts from the
memorized point. Last Memory locations can be stored for up to 5
DVDs and 1 Video CD.
5 CLEAR button [31-36, 39-41, 59]
Works in conjunction with a number of player functions. Use to
cancel repeat and random playback, and to edit programs.
6 DISC indicator [25]
When playing a disc, the appropriate disc type indicator lights up.
7 Disc tray [25]
When loading a disc, place discs in the disc tray with the label
side facing up.
8 TOP MENU button [26, 30]
Press to call up the top menu programmed on the DVD.
Depending on the DVD, the top menu may be identical to the
DVD menu.
9 Cursor (2/3/5/∞) button/ENTER button [21,46]
Use 2/3/5/∞ to move through the options on menu screens and
to change settings. Use ENTER to implement settings selected
with the cursor buttons or to set items highlighted in a menu.
0 MENU button [26, 31, 38, 39, 58]
Use to display or close the DVD menu or MP3 Navigator screen.
- 0 button [25, 28]
Press to open and close the disc tray.
10
^
&
*
MAX
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
DV-SP800
(
_
)
= 8 PAUSE button [27]
Press during playback to pause. Press again to resume playback.
~ 7 STOP button [28]
Press to stop playback. Whenever a disc is loaded in the player,
indicator above 7 STOP lights up.
! £ PLAY button [25]
Press to start or resume playback. Whenever a disc is loaded in
the player, indicator above £ PLAY lights up.
@ DIMMER button [45]
Toggle to control the lightness of the display (4 steps).
# REPEAT button [32]
Use to set the repeat mode.
$ RANDOM button [33]
Press to play chapters/tracks in random order.
% Remote control sensor [9]
Point the remote control toward the remote sensor to operate the
player.
^ RETURN button [26, 46, 59, 62]
Use to go one menu back (current settings are maintained). Use
RETURN when you do not want to change the option setting in a
menu.
& SETUP button [21, 46, 64]
Press when the player is in either play or stop mode to open and
close the Setup screen.
* DISPLAY button [44, 45, 55]
Press during playback to display statistical disc information.
Press repeatedly to display different information.
( 4/¢ button [26, 27]
Press to go back or advance to previous chapters/tracks. Press
and hold to perform fast-reverse/fast-forward playback scanning.
) PHONES jack [43]
This is a standard stereo jack for connecting stereo headphones.
The audio for the ANALOG OUTPUT CH 1 and CH 2 are sent to
the headphone speakers.
_ PHONES LEVEL dial [43]
Use to control the phones level. Turn the dial clockwise to
increase the phones level and counterclockwise to decrease it.
■ Display
1
2
3
4
5 6
7 8
DVD -AUDIO SACD V CD
D
TITLE GROUP
GUI CHP TRACK
TOTAL REMAIN
0 -
9
L C R LFE LAST
L S S R S D.MIX COND
PROGRESSIVE
=
~ !
1 Ÿ D indicator
Lights when Dolby Digital sound is selected and played back. (Only
with DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital).
2 Inserted disc indicator [25]
3 TITLE/GROUP indicator
4 GUI (Graphical User Interface) indicator
Lights when an on-screen menu operation is being performed. Onscreen menu helps you set up the player.
5
6
7
8
CHP/TRACK indicator
Angle icon indicator [38]
REPEAT indicator [32]
REMAIN indicator
Lights up to indicate the remaining time of titles, chapters and
tracks.
9 L, C, R, LS, RS and LFE indicator [50]
Indicates the compatible audio channels for DVD playback.
L:
Left front channel
C:
Center channel
R:
Right front channel
LS: Left surround channel
S:
Surround channel (monoural)
RS: Right surround channel
LFE: LFE (Low Frequency Effect) channel
0 LAST indicator [40]
@ #
$
- COND indicator [41]
= PROGRESSIVE indicator
Lights when progressive video signals are output.
~ £/8 indicator
! DTS indicator
Lights when DTS is selected and played back. (Only with DVDs
recorded in DTS).
@ Multifunctional indicator
(e.g. operating status and error messages)
# TOTAL indicator
Lights up to indicate the total number of titles, tracks and track
playback time.
$ D.MIX indicator
Indicates when DVD audio, Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG etc. audio
is downmixed (channel dowmixing) (e.g., when 5.1 channel sound
is downmixed to 2 channels).
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Index to Parts and Controls
■ Rear panel
1
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
2
3
S VIDEO
VIDEO
4
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AC INLET
SURR 1 CENTER
SURR 2
L
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
L
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
DIGITAL OUTPUT
ANALOG
OUTPUT
SURR
1 1+2
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
6
5
7 8
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
9
0
-
European models.
=
7 SURR 2 jacks [19]
~
Use when making connections to 7.1 channel analog inputs.
(Make sure the SURR 1/1+2 selector switch is set to 1+2.)
8 SURR 1/1+2 selector switch [19]
Y
H1
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
AV CONNECTOR 1
IN/ OUT
SURR 1
When using 2 channel surround, select 1, when using 4 channel
surround, select 1+2. Audio will be output 3dB lower when 1+2 is
selected. The same audio is output from SURR 1 and from
SURR 2.
AV CONNECTOR 2
OUT
CENTER SURR 2
DIGITAL OUTPUT
L
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAY
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
SURR
1 1+2
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
9 DIGITAL OUTPUT OPTICAL jack [18]
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on discs. You can
output the digital signal via the optical output jack to an AV amplifier
or receiver.
0 DIGITAL OUTPUT COAXIAL jack [18]
Shapes of jacks vary depending on the area in which it was
purchased.
Use to output the digital audio signal recorded on discs. You can
output the digital signal via the coaxial output jack to an AV
amplifier or receiver.
- z jack [18, 19]
1 VIDEO OUTPUT COMPONENT jacks [16]
If your TV has component inputs, you can connect a component
video cable to your TV and to your DVD Player for ideal video
quality. The component Video Cable only carries the video signal;
remember to connect the left and right audio cables. If you connect
a TV that is compatible with a Progressive scan signal, you can
enjoy both Interlaced and Progressive scan.
2 VIDEO OUTPUT S VIDEO jack [16, 17]
If your TV or monitor has an S-video input, clear picture
reproduction is possible by connecting the player to your TV or
monitor via the S-Video jack.
You can switch between [S1] and [S2] S-video output from the
Setup menu.
3 VIDEO OUTPUT VIDEO jack [15]
Connect to the video input on a TV or monitor or AV amplifier or
receiver with video input capability.
4 AC INLET [20]
Use to connect the power cord to the wall outlet.
5 ANALOG OUTPUT CH 1/CH 2 jacks [16-19]
Use to output two-channel audio (analog) to the audio stereo
inputs on a TV or stereo amplifier.
6 ANALOG OUTPUT FRONT/SURR 1/CENTER/
SUBWOOFER jacks [19]
Use to output 5.1 channel audio (analog) to the 5.1 channel
discrete inputs on an amplifier. If you are connecting to a
receiver that has both digital and analog input jacks for DVD
player connection, it may be beneficial to make both connections.
12
Use to connect this player to another component bearing the z
mark. This lets you control this unit as though it were a component
in a system.
(The components will not function as a system with only z
connections. Be sure to connect the audio connection cables
correctly as well).
(European models)
= AV CONNECTOR 1 (IN/OUT) jack [17]
Use a 21-pin SCART cable to connect to a TV, monitor or video
component compatible with this type of connection. Outputs both
audio and video (composite only) when the unit is powered on.
When the unit is in standby mode, this jack becomes an input for
audio and video (RGB, S, and composite).
~ AV CONNECTOR 2 (OUT) jack [17]
Use a 21-pin SCART cable to connect to a TV or monitor
compatible with this type of connection. Outputs audio and video
(RGB, S, and composite) when the unit is powered on.
When the unit is in standby mode, this jack outputs the audio and
video input from the AV CONNECTOR 1 jack.
Remote controller (Operation buttons)
1 SEND/LEARN indicator [65]
Lights when the remote controller is sending a command to the
DVD Player or other pre-programmed component, and when
learning the command of another remote control unit.
1
SEND / LEARN
PR
GRAM
EPR O
2 ON/STANDBY buttons [20]
MED & LEARNING CAP
ABILI
TY
Press ON to turn the DVD Player on and STANDBY to put the
DVD Player in standby. (The STANDBY indicator lights up.)
2
3 0 button [25]
STANDBY
ON
TV.V
3
Press to open and close the disc tray.
CR
4 DVD button [65]
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
Press to select the DVD mode. In this mode, the remote
controller is set to control the DVD Player.
MODE
4
6
VCR
RCVR
5
DV
AN G L
D
AU
5 ANGLE button [38]
TV
D
*
SUBTT
L
E
LA
ST
IO
7
TO
PM
M
Press repeatedly to select a camera angle when a DVD-Video is
recorded with multiple angle playback.
6 AUDIO button [39]
)
MEN
U
ENU
(
Press repeatedly to select an audio and/or language track
recorded on a DVD-Audio/Video.
VOL
ENTER
CH
7 TOP MENU button [26, 30]
_
Press to select the top menu on a DVD-Audio/Video. This menu
may be the same as the DVD menu.
8 RETURN button [26]
8
RE
TUR
SET
N
~
VIDEO OFF
+
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
Press to go back to a previous menu screen.
¡
DIMMER
DISPLAY
9
0
UP
Press during playback to display statistical disc information.
Press repeatedly to display different information.
™
£
0 4 (skip back) button [27]
Press to return to previous titles, groups, chapters, or tracks.
¢
=
- £ (play) button [28]
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
!
∞
Press to start playback.
§
@
#
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
•
$
PICTURE
A-B
^
¶
SPEED
SURROUND
COND M
FUNCTION M
º
%
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SEARCH
+10
ª
–
= 1 (fast reverse) button [27]
Press to scan rapidly backward through the contents on a disc.
~ 7 (stop) button [28]
Press to stop playback.
! STEP/SLOW e button [29]
Press to perform slow reverse playback of a DVD.
@ SPEED button 2 [27]
Press repeatedly during playback or pause to switch the reverse
playback speed.
&
-- / ---
9 DISPLAY button [44]
# RANDOM button [33]
Press to start random playback.
ENTER
≠
$ REPEAT button [32]
Press to repeat playback.
% A-B button [32]
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-498DV
Press to repeat a specific section on a disc.
^ PICTURE button [54]
Press to display the pre-programmed setting menu.
& Number buttons [34]
Use to enter numeric values
13
Index to Parts and Controls
* SUBTTL button [39]
Press repeatedly to select one of the subtitle languages recorded
on a DVD-Video.
( LAST M button [40]
Press to resume playback from the point you last watched.
) MENU button [26]
Press to display the DVD menu.
Remote controller buttons that can be
used to control your Onkyo receiver
Press RCVR to set the remote controller to operate an Onkyo receiver.
The following buttons can be used to operate an Onkyo receiver. Refer
to the manual supplied with your receiver for details on each function.
_ 5/∞/2/3 and ENTER multi control [46]
1
Use to navigate menu screens and enter settings.
STANDBY
ON
+ SETUP button [21]
TV.V
CR
2
Press to display the Setup screen menu.
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
¡ VIDEO OFF button [42]
Press to turn off the video output circuitry for a more dedicated
audio performance.
£ ¢ (skip forward) button [27]
VCR
RCVR
DV
TV
D
AN G L
™ DIMMER button [45]
Press repeatedly to change the brightness of the front panel
display in four grades (including turning the front panel display
off).
The dimmer setting is restored to normal brightness whenever
the DVD Player is turned off.
3
MODE
4
D
AU
SUBTT
L
LA
ST
IO
TO
6
E
P
U
MEN
5
VOL
ENTER
CH
M
MEN
U
7
Press to advance through titles, groups, chapters, or tracks.
¢ ¡ (fast forward) button [27]
Press to scan rapidly forward through the contents on a disc.
∞ STEP/SLOW E button [29]
Press to perform slow forward playback of a DVD or Video CD.
§ PAUSE
button [27]
8
0
=
RE
TUR
N
SETU
P
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
9
~
Press to pause.
¶ SPEED button 3 [27]
Press repeatedly during playback or pause to switch the forward
playback speed.
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
• CLEAR button [32]
Press to clear entered values and settings.
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
Press to playback titles, chapters, or tracks in a specific order.
º FUNCTION M button [64]
You can store in 5 memory settings. Press FUNCTION M to
memorize and recall the settings.
– COND M button [41]
You can store in memory the settings for DVDs. Press COND M
during DVD playback to memorize the settings.
≠ SEARCH button [30]
Press to find the specific section on a disc where you want to
start playback.
!
SPEED
SURROUND
ª PROGRAM button [34]
RPT
RND
PGM
CLR
1 ON button
Press ON to turn the receiver on.
2 STANDBY button
Press STANDBY to put the receiver in standby.
3 INPUT SELECTOR
Press to select the input. These buttons can be used in either DVD
or RECEIVER mode.
4 RCVR button
Press to switch to receiver mode.
5 2/3/5/∞/ENTER button
Use to navigate menu screens and enter settings.
6 CH buttons
Press to select the radio presets if the receiver has radio features.
7 VOL buttons
Press to adjust the volume. These buttons can be used in either
DVD or RECEIVER mode.
8 RETURN button
Press to return to the previous menu during the receiver setup
screen.
9 SETUP button
Press to display/turn off the receiver setup menu.
0 AUDIO SEL button
Press to switch audio inputs.
- MUTING
Press to mute/cancel mute function.
= DISPLAY button
Press to change the display.
~ DIMMER button
Press repeatedly to change the brightness of the front panel
display.
! SURROUND Mode button
Press to switch listening modes (surround modes).
14
Connecting
Connecting to a TV
Before connecting
• Refer also to the instruction manual of the TV.
• When you connect the DVD Player to the TV, be sure to turn off the
power and unplug both units from the mains before making any
connections.
• Connect the DVD Player to the TV directly. If you connect the DVD
Player to a VCR, TV/VCR combination, or video selector, the playback
picture may be distorted as DVD videos are copy protected.
• Connect the plugs securely.
Incomplete
Insert completely
Using the supplied audio/video connection
cable
Using the supplied audio/video cable, make audio
connections from the ANALOG OUTPUT CH 1 or
CH 2 L and R jacks to the corresponding audio input jacks
on the TV. In the same manner, make video connection
from the VIDEO OUTPUT VIDEO jack to the corresponding
video input jack on the TV.
By making connections to a stereo system, you can
improve the quality of the sound. Using an audio cable
(not supplied), make audio connections from the ANALOG
OUTPUT CH 1 or CH 2 L and R jacks to the corresponding
jacks on the stereo component.
Be sure to set the TV Aspect after connection using
the Setup Navigator explained in “Setting Up the
Player” starting on page 21 or the function setting
menu explained in “Adjusting Audio and Video
Settings” starting on page 46.
Note
Be sure to match the colors of the plugs on the cable with the
corresponding jacks on the DVD Player and the TV: yellow for
video, red for R (right) audio and white for L (left) audio.
If the TV audio is monaural, leave the red plug disconnected.
Stereo audio/video connection cable
To audio and video input
Video
(Yellow)
L (White)
R (Red)
: Signal flow
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AC INLET
SURR 1 CENTER
L
SURR 2
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
DIGITAL OUTPUT
DO NOT connect
the mains lead at
this time.
SURR
1 1+2
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
Notes
• Connect the player’s video output directly to the television.
• Since the player is compatible to analog copy protection there
may be cases when recordings from the deck may be distorted
during playback.
• Progressive signals are not output from the players video or
S1/S2 video output jack.
15
Connecting to a TV
Making component video connections
If the TV or monitor has component video inputs, making
this type of video connection will produce the ideal picture
quality for the presentation of DVD-Video. Using a
component video cable (sold separately), connect the
VIDEO OUTPUT COMPONENT jacks to the corresponding
component video input jacks on the TV.
Actual labels for component video inputs may vary
depending on the TV manufacturer. (e.g. Y, R-Y, B-Y or Y,
CB, CR)
In some TVs or monitors, the color levels of the playback
picture may be reduced slightly or the tint may change. In
such a case, adjust the TV or monitor for optimum
performance.
By making connections to a stereo system, you can improve
the quality of the sound. Using an audio cable (not
supplied), make audio connections from the ANALOG
OUTPUT CH 1 or CH 2 L and R jacks to the corresponding
jacks on the stereo component.
Be sure to set the TV Aspect after connection using
the Setup Navigator explained in “Setting Up the
Player” starting on page 21 or the function setting
menu explained in “Adjusting Audio and Video
Settings” starting on page 46.
Component video cable
To component video input
Stereo audio connection cable
To audio input
L (White)
R (Red)
: Signal flow
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AC INLET
SURR 1 CENTER
L
SURR 2
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
DIGITAL OUTPUT
SURR
1 1+2
R
DO NOT connect
the mains lead at
this time.
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
S video connection cable
To S video input
Making S-video connections
If the TV or monitor has an S video input, make the S video
connection. The S video connection will provide higher
quality picture playback.
By making connections to a stereo system, you can
improve the quality of the sound. Using an audio cable (not
supplied), make audio connections from the ANALOG
OUTPUT CH 1 or CH 2 L and R jacks to the corresponding
jacks on the stereo component.
Notes
• If you make the S video connection, leave the yellow plug
disconnected.
• If the TV audio is monaural, leave the red plug disconnected.
16
R (Red)
L (White)
Stereo audio connection cable
To audio input
Connecting to a TV (European models)
■ Connecting to a TV Using the SCART
Cable (European models)
Connect the DVD Player and your TV using the supplied
SCART cable.
Note
Be sure to set the TV Aspect after connection using
the Setup Navigator explained in “Setting Up the
Player” starting on page 21 or the function setting
menu explained in “Adjusting Audio and Video
Settings” starting on page 46.
S Video and RGB signals are not output from AC CONNECTOR 1.
If the TV is compatible with S video signals
After completing the steps on page 20, set [Video Out] to
[S Video] using the menu explained in “Adjusting Audio and Video
Settings” starting from page 46. See page 53 for direct information.
If an RGB monitor is connected to the DVD Player
After completing the steps on page 20, set [Video Out] to [RGB]
using the menu explained in “Adjusting Audio and Video Settings”
starting from page 46. See page 53 for direct information.
SCART cable
To AV CONNECTOR input terminal
: Signal flow
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
AV CONNECTOR 1
IN/ OUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AV CONNECTOR 2
OUT
AC INLET
SURR 1
CENTER SURR 2
L
DIGITAL OUTPUT
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
SURR
1 1+2
R
DO NOT connect
the mains lead at
this time.
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
COAXIAL
S video connection cable
To S video input
Making S-video connections
If the TV or monitor has an S video input, make the S video
connection. The S video connection will provide higher
quality picture playback.
By making connections to a stereo system, you can
improve the quality of the sound. Using an audio cable (not
supplied), make audio connections from the ANALOG
OUTPUT CH 1 or CH 2 L and R jacks to the corresponding
jacks on the stereo component.
R (Red)
L (White)
Stereo audio connection cable
To audio input
Notes
• If you make the S video connection, leave the yellow plug
disconnected.
• If the TV audio is monaural, leave the red plug disconnected.
AV CONNECTOR 1 jack
When the unit is in standby mode, audio and video (RGB, S, and
composite) input to AV CONNECTOR 1 SCART jack will be
output from AV CONNECTOR 2.
For instance, if an audio/video component is connected to AV
CONNECTOR 1 with a SCART cable, and a TV or monitor is
connected to AV CONNECTOR 2, audio and video input from
the component will be output to AV CONNECTOR 2 and
displayed on the TV or monitor during standby mode.
TV/
Monitor
Audio/video
component
: Signal flow
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
AV CONNECTOR 1
IN/ OUT
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AV CONNECTOR 2
OUT
AC INLET
SURR 1
CENTER SURR 2
L
DIGITAL OUTPUT
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
SURR
1 1+2
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
17
Connecting to an Amplifier (To Enjoy the Sound
Advantage of the DVD Player)
Although you can reproduce the DVD Player’s sound from the TV speakers with the connections on pages 15, 16 and 17,
connecting with an amplifier provides you high quality dynamic sounds.
Notes
Before connecting
• Refer to the instruction manual of the amplifier.
• When you connect the DVD Player to the amplifier, be sure to turn off
the power and unplug both units from the mains before making any
connections. Otherwise, the speakers may be damaged.
• Connect the plugs securely.
Incomplete
• The remote controller supplied with Onkyo amplifier can be used
to operate the DVD player.
• The function of the upper and lower z connectors are the same.
Connect to either one.
• Connecting z cable only does not make the system operational.
You must also connect the audio cables as well.
• When using the optical input jack, remove the protective cap and
keep it safely. When the jack is not used, replace the protective cap.
Insert completely
■ Making a digital connection with the
amplifier
If your amplifier has a digital input jack, be sure to connect
it to either DIGITAL OUTPUT OPTICAL or COAXIAL jack
on the DVD player.
Note
DO NOT connect to the AC-3RF input (e.g. of a Dolby Digital
receiver) which is reserved only for video disc players.
To ensure proper delivery of sound, be sure to match the names
of the jacks on the DVD Player and the component being
connected to.
Be sure to set the digital output setting after
connection using the Setup Navigator explained in
“Setting Up the Player” starting on page 21 or the
function setting menu explained in “Adjusting
Audio and Video Settings” starting on page 46.
Audio connection cables
To audio inputs
R (Red)
L (White)
Optical fiber connection cable
To Digital optical jack
Coaxial cable
To coaxial inputs
z cable
To z jack
An amplifier with a Dolby
Digital/DTS/MPEG1/MPEG2
decoder
: Signal flow
Y
COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AC INLET
SURR 1 CENTER
L
SURR 2
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
R
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
Note
If you listen to multichannel DVD-Audio through one of the digital
outputs, it will be downmixed to stereo. Also, high sampling rate
DVD-Audio (192kHz or 176.4kHz) will be downsampled to 96kHz,
88.2kHz, 48kHz, or 44.1 khz, depending on the disc. Multi channel
and high sampling rate DVD-Audio is only available through the
analog outputs.
Some DVD-Audio and all SACD audio is output only through the
analog outputs.
In order to enjoy Dolby Digital/DTS 5.1 channel sound, a separate
Dolby Digital decoder, and 5.1 channel (front right/left, center,
surround right/left) + subwoofer are required.
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DIGITAL OUTPUT
SURR
1 1+2
REMOTE
CONTROL
DO NOT connect
the mains lead at
this time.
Making discrete 5.1 channel ANALOG
OUTPUT connections
Notes
The discrete ANALOG OUTPUT jacks are intended to deliver
up to 5.1 channels of multi channel audio from DVD-Video and • To ensure proper delivery of sound, be sure to match the
names of the jacks on the DVD Player and the component being
DVD-Audio sources. Connections can be made from the
connected to.
ANALOG OUTPUT FRONT, SURR 1 (surround), CENTER,
• When connecting to an amplifier with 5.1 channel analog sound
and SUBWOOFER jacks to the corresponding input jacks on
inputs, connect this unit’s SURR 1 jacks to the amplifier surround
an AV component with multi channel discrete audio input jacks.
inputs.
(Make sure the SURR 1/1+2 selector switch is set to 1).
• When connecting to an amplifier with 7.1 channel analog sound
inputs, connect this unit’s SURR 2 jacks to the amplifier’s
additional surround inputs.
(Make sure the SURR 1/1+2 selector switch is set to 1+2. The
same audio will be output from SURR 1 and from SURR 2).
Audio connection cables
To audio inputs
FRONT L
FRONT R
SURROUND L
SURROUND R
CENTER
SUBWOOFER
z cable
To z jack
An amplifier with 5.1
channel discrete input
: Signal flow
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COMPONENT
PB
PR
CH 1
CH 2
FRONT
S VIDEO
VIDEO
VIDEO
OUTPUT
AC INLET
SURR 1 CENTER
L
SURR 2
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
L
ANALOG
OUTPUT
MODEL NO. DV-SP800
DIGITAL OUTPUT
SURR
1 1+2
R
DO NOT connect
the mains lead at
this time.
R
SUB
WOOFER
OPTICAL
COAXIAL
REMOTE
CONTROL
z cable
To z jack
Audio connection cables
To audio inputs
FRONT L
An amplifier with discrete
2 channel input
FRONT R
Making discrete 2 channel ANALOG
OUTPUT connections
Use a separately sold audio cord to connect ANALOG
OUTPUT CH 1 or CH 2 L/R jacks for stereo sound.
Note
To ensure proper delivery of sound, be sure to match the names of
the jacks on the DVD Player and the component being connected to.
Do not connect the PHONO, or TUNER jacks of other components to
this player.
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Connecting the Power/Turning on the DVD Player
Before connecting
• The DV-SP800 is shipped with the main power (POWER)
switch in the on position (_ ON). When the power cord is
plugged in for the first time, the DV-SP800 will automatically
enter the standby state and the STANDBY indicator will
light (same condition after step 2 below).
• Make sure that all the connections on pages 15-19 are complete
(the connection to a TV is required).
1
Plug the supplied power cord into
the AC INLET and then into the
power outlet on the wall.
• Do not use a power cord other than the
one supplied with the DV-SP800. The
power cord supplied is designed for use
with the DV-SP800 and should not be
used with any other device.
• Never have the power cord
disconnected from the DV-SP800 while
the other end is plugged into the wall
outlet. Doing so may cause an electric
shock. Always connect by plugging into
the wall outlet last and disconnect by
unplugging from the wall outlet first.
■ Setting the TV System (Other than US and
Canada models)
The default setting of this player is AUTO, and unless you notice that
the picture is distorted when playing some discs, you should leave it
set to AUTO.
If you experience picture distortion with some discs, set the TV
system to match your country or region’s system. Doing this,
however, may restrict the kinds of disc you can watch. The table
below shows what kinds of disc are compatible with each setting
(AUTO, PAL and NTSC).
Disc
Type
Format
DVD
NTSC
CD, No disc
To the mains
2
Press POWER to switch on the main
power.
The DVD Player enters standby mode.
The STANDBY indicator lights up.
• The buttons on the remote controller do
not operate if the POWER switch is set
to OFF.
• To switch off the main power, press
POWER again.
3
Press STANDBY/ON on the DVD
Player or ON on the remote
controller.
The DVD Player turns on and the STANDBY
indicator turns off.
• To put the DVD Player in the standby
mode, press STANDBY/ON on the DVD
Player, or STANDBY on the remote
controller. Be sure to set the volume to
minimum before putting the DVD Player
in the standby mode for the next use to
avoid sudden loud sound reproduction.
• While the STANDBY indicator lights up,
the DVD Player can receive signals from
the remote controller. However, if you
press POWER on the DVD Player to
switch off the main power, the remote
controller cannot be used to turn on the
DVD Player.
• Setting the STANDBY button to standby
does not shut off the power completely.
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NTSC
PAL
AUTO
NTSC
MOD. PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
Video CD
AC INLET
Output format
Position of TV SYSTEM mode
NTSC
NTSC
MOD. PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
PAL
NTSC
PAL
NTSC or PAL
1 Switch the player into standby.
2 Hold down ¢ then press STANDBY/ON until the display
indicates the new setting to switch the TV system.
The TV system changes as follows:
AUTO =
NTSC
NTSC =
PAL
PAL =
AUTO
Note that you have to switch the player into standby before each
change.
About MOD. (Modulation) PAL
• SHRINK
Most models of the newly developed countdown PAL TV system
detect 50 Hz (PAL)/60 Hz (NTSC) and automatically switch
vertical amplitude, resulting in a display without vertical
shrinkage.
• If your PAL TV does not have a V-Hold control, you may not be
able to view NTSC disc because the picture may roll. If the TV
has a V-Hold control, adjust it until the picture stops rolling. On
some TVs, the picture may shrink vertically, leaving black bands
at the top and bottom of the screen. This is not a malfunction; it is
caused by the NTSC = PAL conversion.
Setting Up the Player
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The Setup Navigator has been designed to simplify the
process of getting the DVD player ready to perform.
Designed as a series of on-screen multiple-choice
questions, the Setup Navigator automatically sets the
audio, video, and language settings according to how
the questions are answered. Once this procedure is
complete, it will be possible to begin using the DVD
player to enjoy DVDs.
The procedure on this page describes the operations
necessary to function within the Setup Navigator
screens. A detailed description of the contents of each
question that appears on the screen can be found on
the following pages.
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Using the Setup Navigator
1
ON
STANDBY
Press ON (STANDBY/ON on the
front panel).
If there’s already a disc loaded and it starts
to play, press 7 to stop it.
2
SETU
P
Press SETUP.
When SETUP is pressed for the first time,
the following screen appears. Though the
Setup Navigator may be used more than
once, this screen only appears the first
time SETUP is pressed.
Setup Navigator
3
ENTER
Select
SETUP
■ To change the answer to a prior question
Use the cursor button (2) to return to previous screens.
Please note, however, that you cannot go forward using the
cursor button (3), so it will be necessary to answer all the
questions that occur after the screen that was returned to.
Press SETUP while on any of the screens to exit the Setup
Navigator. Please note that if the Setup Navigator is exited
before all the questions are answered, no settings are
changed.
Start
Auto Start Off
Setup using the Setup Navigator
Move
Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in the
player. Because the Setup Navigator cannot be used if a disc
is playing, it is recommended to set up the player using the
Setup Navigator before loading a DVD for the first time. If a
DVD has been loaded, be sure to press 7 before proceeding.
■ To exit the Setup Navigator
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
■ When setting up for the first time
Exit
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to
make a selection.
Note
On-screen information ( i ) appears to clarify the functions and
explain the options available.
• If you are going to use the Setup
Navigator, it is not necessary to change
the setting on the first screen. Please
proceed to the next step.
• If you do not want to set up the player
using the [Setup Navigator], use the
cursor button (∞) to select [Auto Start
Off] at this time.
The Setup Navigator function may still
be used at a later time in manual Setup
screen menu operation (page 46).
4
Press ENTER.
The selection is entered and the next
Setup Navigator screen appears.
Use steps 3 and 4 as a basis for entering
selections on the all of the Setup Navigator
screens described on the following pages.
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Setting Up the Player
Using the Setup Navigator
■ Setting the OSD Language
(On-Screen Display Language)
The [OSD Language] screen establishes the OSD language,
or on-screen display language, which refers to the language
that is used by the player in menus and on-screen messages.
Additionally, the language that is established at this setting will
also be used for the default audio and subtitle language.
■ Setting the type of analog audio
connections
The [Amp Connection] screen establishes the type of analog
audio connection you made to your amplifier/receiver.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
Amp Connection
Analog Jacks
2 ChannelDolby Digital/DTS
5.1Channel
Not Connected
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
2channel jacks for L/R
Setup Navigator
English
français
Deutsch
Language
OSD Language Italiano
Español
Select the On Screen Language
Move
ENTER
Select
Move
SETUP
Setup Navigator
Amp Connection
Center Speaker
■ Setting the TV screen size
The [TV Type] screen establishes the size, or more
appropriately the width to height ration of your television or
monitor. The width-to-height ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3,
while the width-to-height ratio of wide screen and highdefinition TVs is 16:9. This width-to-height ratio is called the
aspect ratio.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
PresentDolby Digital/DTS
Not Present
Center speaker is connected
to an amplifier
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Setup Navigator
Amp Connection
Surround Speakers
PresentDolby Digital/DTS
Not Present
Surround speakers are connected
to an amplifier
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
Amp Connection
Sub–woofer
PresentDolby Digital/DTS
Not Present
Sub–woofer is connected
to an amplifier
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Note
Widescreen TV
16:9 aspect raito
SETUP
Exit
If you connected the audio output directly to your TV, choose
[2 Channel].
Settings: Widescreen (16:9)
Standard (4:3)
Note
There are two screen formats that can be used to display
wide-screen format DVDs: letter box and pan & scan. When
[Standard (4:3)] is selected in the Setup Navigator, the letter box
screen format is automatically selected. To switch the preference to
the pan & scan format, make changes in the Setup screen Video 1
menu [TV Screen] setting (page 52).
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Exit
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Move
Widescreen(16:9)
Standard(4:3)
Select
Exit
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
• The languages that can be selected may be different from those
shown above.
• In addition to setting the [OSD Language], the audio and subtitle
language are also set at this time. If you wish to change the
audio or subtitle language to a different language, make changes
in the Setup screen Language menu [Audio Language] and
[Subtitle Language] as needed (pages 57, 58).
Move
SETUP
If you select [5.1Channel] audio connection, confirm which
speakers are connected to your amplifier.
Notes
ENTER
Select
Exit
Settings: English
français
Deutsch
Italiano
Español
TV Connection
TV Type
ENTER
Settings: 2 Channel
5.1Channel
Not Connected
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■ Setting digital audio connections to an AV
amplifier or decoder
The [Digital Jack] screen establishes whether digital
connections have been made to an AV amplifier, receiver, or
external decoder. As there are numerous options available,
please refer to the instructions supplied with the component
the player is connected to determine what digital audio
formats can be decoded. If you have made no digital
connections, select [Not Connected].
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/MPEG
Amp Connection
Digital Jack Dolby D/DTS/MPEG
PCM
Not Connected
Compatible with Dolby Digital
Select
SETUP
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
Exit Setup Navigator
Save Changes
Delete Changes
Start Again
Changes are saved
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Save Changes
Select to have the player make all of the necessary
audio, video and language settings according to
your responses in the Setup Navigator.
Setup Navigator
ENTER
The [Exit Setup Navigator] is the final screen in the Setup
Navigator.
Move
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Move
■ Confirming the settings
Exit
Settings: Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital/DTS
Dolby Digital/MPEG
Dolby D/DTS/MPEG
PCM
Not Connected
Warning
• Do not set [Digital Jack] to [Dolby Digital/DTS] or [Dolby D/DTS/
MPEG] if the amplifier does not have a DTS decoder. If you do
so, high volume sound may be output and damage your hearing
as well as speakers.
• Select [PCM] when you connect the player to a 2 channel digital
stereo amplifier. If you select other than [PCM], high volume
sound may be output and damage your hearing as well as
speakers.
Delete Changes
Select to exit the Setup Navigator without changing
any of the system settings.
Start Again
Select to return to the [OSD Language] screen of
the Setup Navigator and do the settings again.
■ To change other player settings in the Setup
screen menus
The procedure for changing the settings in the Setup screen
menus is described on page 46.
■ Setting compatibility with 96 kHz output
The [96 kHz PCM Audio] screen establishes whether or not
the AV component the player is connected to is capable of
processing an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz.
This screen only appears if connections have been made to
an external AV component as determined in previous screens.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Navigator
No
Yes
Don't Know
Digital jack not compatible with 96kHz
Amp Connection
96kHz PCM Audio
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Settings: No
Select if the connected AV component cannot
process an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96
kHz.
Yes
Select if the connected AV component can process
an audio signal with a sampling rate of 96 kHz.
Don’t Know
Select if you are uncertain whether the connected
AV component can process an audio signal with a
sampling rate of 96 kHz.
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Setting Up the Player
Various sound formats and sound effects
Minimum speaker configuration for
DTS/Dolby Digital/MPEG2 surround sounds
Subwoofer
Left front
speaker
Center
Speaker
Left
surround
speaker
Right
front
speaker
Right
surround
speaker
The 5.1-channel digital surround format of DOLBY DIGITAL/
DTS/MPEG2 enables you to individually play five full-range
(20 Hz-20 kHz) channels (left and right front, center, two
surround channels) plus an LFE (Low Frequency Effect)
channel for the low-range effect sound. It will create a realistic
sound as heard in theaters and concert halls.
DOLBY DIGITAL Surround
DVD Video that have the
system.
D I G I T A L
mark are recorded using this
DTS Surround
DVD Video and CD that have the
system.
mark are recorded using this
MPEG2
DVD Video that have the
mark are recorded using
this system. MPEG2 may have 8 channels. In this case, left and
right center speakers in addition to the above speaker configuration
are used.
DOLBY PRO LOGIC Surround
This surround format consists of 4 channels (left and right front,
center, and monaural surround channel) and emphasizes the center
channel. This format is very effective for panning music,
conversation, and three-dimensional sound movement output from
three front channels. It also simulates the atmosphere and surround
effects of the sound reflected from the side and rear walls of the
theater.
DVD Video that have the
this system.
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SACD
If the DVD Player is connected to the
TV or amplifier through the analog
audio jacks, do not play DTSencoded discs. Excessive noise may
be output from the analog stereo
jacks, which may damage the
connected equipment.
To reproduce DTS surround sounds,
digital connection to an amplifier with
a DTS decoder is needed.
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Before you can start to enjoy the digital audio and video
on DVDs, be sure that you have either performed the
Setup Navigator procedure described in the previous
section or made the necessary settings in the Setup
screen menus as outlined in the next section to set up
the player to correspond to your home system. Having
made these settings, you are now ready to start using
the player to enjoy DVDs, Video CDs, CDs and MP3s.
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1
2
3
ON
STANDBY
Press ON (STANDBY/ON on the
front panel).
5
Select the item you want to view.
• When a DVD is loaded:
Select the item with the cursor buttons
(2/3/5/∞) or the number buttons then
press ENTER.
Press 0.
• When a Video CD is loaded:
The disc tray comes out.
Load a disc.
Load a disc with the label side facing up,
using the disc tray guide to align the disc.
Use the number buttons to select the
item.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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1
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4
Press £.
• The disc tray closes, and playback
begins.
• The appropriate disc indicator lights.
• MP3 only: It may take a few seconds for
the player to locate the track on the
disc, depending on the complexity of
the file structure. During this time,
“Please wait a moment” is displayed.
• Depending on the disc, a menu may be
displayed. If a menu is displayed,
proceed to step 5.
■ About the SACD , DVD , DVD-V , DVD-A , VCD , CD and
MP3 marks in the pages related to disc
operation
SACD
DVD
DVD-V
DVD-A
VCD
CD
MP3
means the function or title is related to SACD operation.
means the function or title is related to both DVD-Video and
DVD-Audio operation.
means the function or title is related to DVD-Video operation.
means the function or title is related to DVD-Audio operation.
means the function or title is related to Video CD operation.
means the function or title is related to audio CD operation.
means the function or title is related to MP3 operation.
• Noise is output if you make digital audio connections to a
receiver or amplifier that does not have a built-in decoder. Check
that the digital audio output format selected in the
Audio menu corresponds to the audio components you have
made connections to (pages 23, 48, 49).
• The TV screen size is factory set to present the wide screen
format (16:9 aspect ratio). If you have a standard TV screen (4:3
aspect ratio), this setting can be changed to match your TV
screen size in the Video 1 menu (pages 22, 52).
• Do not move the DVD Player during playback. Doing so may
damage the disc.
• Use 0 on the remote controller or DVD Player to open and close
the disc tray. Do not touch the disc tray while it is moving. Doing
so may cause the DVD Player to malfunction.
• Do not press down on the disc tray or put any objects other than
playable discs on the disc tray. Doing so may cause the DVD
Player to malfunction.
• In many instances, a menu screen appears when playback of a
movie is complete. Prolonged display of an on-screen menu may
damage your television set, permanently etching that image onto
its screen. To avoid this, be sure to press 7 once the movie is
complete.
■ When an operation is prohibited
There are times when you are using the player and attempt to
perform an operation, but for some reason it cannot be
performed. When this occurs, one of the two following icons
appears on the screen.
The operation is prohibited by the player.
The operation is prohibited by the programming on the
disc.
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Getting Started Using Your DVD Player
DVD
DVD
VCD
When a Menu Screen is Displayed
Menu screens are displayed for DVDs that have menu
screens or Video CDs that include Playback Control (PBC).
DVDs often contain extra information that can be accessed in
the DVD menu and sometimes makes navigating DVD menu
screens as enjoyable as watching the feature presentation.
Example: When a DVD that has menu screens is loaded
1
2
3
4
5
6
Highlight Clips
Chapter List
Commercial Header
Subtitles
Soundtrack
Start Main Feature
Example: When a Video CD that has Playback Control is
loaded
VCD
To Open or Return to the DVD or Video
CD Menu Screen
Although this differs depending on the disc, pressing MENU,
TOP MENU or RETURN during DVD playback or RETURN
during Video CD playback displays the menu screen. Refer to
the DVD or Video CD disc jacket and accompanying
documentation for more information.
■ To play Video CDs without displaying menu
screens
Video CDs with Playback Control (PBC) display a menu
screen when play is started. It is possible, however, to play
back Video CDs without displaying menu screens.
When a Video CD with PBC is loaded, press 7, and then the
number button of the track you want to play.
MP3
STANDARD VOCAL BEST
1
Don't Tekno for an Answer
Bertie B.& the Goans
2
Bad Whack Naff Riff
Hood in the Boyz
3
dubmyheadbassman
Sleek Machine
4
Gooey Love Jingle
Philip William
5
Praise the Day
Formerly an Artist
6
G3, Ba-san
Pfeuti
7
Abstract Jazz Phunk
John Torn
8
Rock the Love Jive
Hot Monkey Stick
■ To navigate a menu screen
• Although individual DVD titles may differ, when a menu
screen is displayed, use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) and
ENTER on the remote control. The cursor buttons are used
to move around the options on the screen and ENTER is
used for selection.
• Occasionally, the number buttons may also be used to
make selections. If this is possible, using number buttons
serves to directly select an option on a menu screen. Only
number buttons are used to make selections on Video CD
menu screens.
• When the Video CD has more than one menu, pages can
be advanced to or returned to with 4 or ¢.
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MP3 compatibility information
• The CD-ROM must be ISO 9660 compatible.
• Files should be MPEG1 Audio Layer 3 format, 44.1 or
48kHz, fixed bit-rate. Incompatible files will not play and
“UNPLAYABLE MP3 FORMAT” will be displayed.
• Not compatible with variable bit-rate (VBR) files.
• This system only plays tracks that are named with the file
extension “.mp3” or “.MP3”.
• This system is not compatible with multi-session discs. If
you try to play a multi-session disc, only the first session will
be played.
• Use CD-R or CD-RW media for recording your MP3 files.
The disc must be finalized in order to play.
• Audio encoded at 128Kbps should sound close to regular
audio CD quality. Although this system will play lower bitrate MP3 tracks, the sound quality becomes noticeably
worse at lower bit-rates.
• Only the first 8 characters of folder and track names
(excluding the “.mp3” extension) are displayed.
• This system can recognize a maximum of 250 folders and
250 tracks. Discs containing more than 250 folders or tracks
will not play.
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Forward and Reverse Scanning
Fast forward and reverse scanning
Advancing to the next chapter (track)
Press ¢.
Press to skip forward to the next chapter
(track).
Skipping back to the previous chapter
(track)
Press 4.
DVD
VCD
CD
Press and hold ¡ or 1 during
playback to scan forwards or
backwards.
While “¡1” or “1 1” is displayed onscreen blinking, release the button to
resume normal playback.
During DVD audio playback, “¡ 2” is
displayed on screen.
• Press once to skip back to the start of
the chapter (track) currently playing.
During MP3 playback, “¡” is displayed
on screen.
• Press twice to skip back to the start of
the previous chapter (track).
Variable speed scanning
SACD
“¡ 1” or “1 1” appears on screen.
MP3
Pausing Playback
Press
1 Press (but don’t hold) ¡ or 1
during playback to start scanning.
Pause.
Press to pause a disc that is playing.
• Press again to return to normal
playback.
2 Depending on the type of disc
playing, you can increase the
scanning speed by pressing ¡
or 1.
The scan speed is shown on-screen.
DVD-Video discs have three scanning
speeds;
1, 2 and 3.
DVD
VCD
CD
SACD
MP3
Switching the Playback Speed
SPEED
Surround
DVD-Audio discs have two scanning
speeds;
2 and 3.
SACD, CD, and Video CDs have two
scanning speeds;
Press SPEED 2/3.
1 and 2.
Press SPEED 2/3 repeatedly during
playback or pause to switch the reverse/
forward playback speed from slow to fast.
MP3 have only one scanning speed.
3 Press £ to resume normal
playback.
Sound is not output during slow/fast
reverse/forward playback.
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DVD
VCD
Resuming Playback from where you
stopped
Use the resume feature to restart playback from the point that
the disc was stopped last time.
This features cannot be used with SACD, DVD Audio discs,
MP3s and CDs.
1
The display shows “RESUME” and the
stop position is memorized.
• Pressing 7 twice causes the disc to
return to the beginning when £ is
pressed again. The display shows the
disc type (DVDs or Video CDs).
SACD
MP3
Stopping Playback and Switching
Power Off
1
Press 7.
2
Press 0.
3
Remove the disc.
4
Press STANDBY (STANDBY/ON on
the front panel).
Playback stops.
The disc tray comes out.
Press £.
Playback starts from the resume position.
Notes
• The actual restart position may be slightly before or after the
resume position.
• If you want to remove the disc, but still want to resume playback
from the last stopped position, use the Last Memory feature
instead (page 40).
• The memorized resume position is erased when you open the
disc tray, or change the Parental Lock Level setting (page 61) or
On-screen Display (OSD) setting (page 57).
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CD
Press 7 once.
• The resume position remains
memorized as long as the disc is in the
player — even if you switch the power
off.
2
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Advanced Playback
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advanced frame by frame.
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Viewing a still frame
Press
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STEP/SLOW
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Viewing slow playback
, STEP/SLOW e / E.
When viewing a DVD, if the paused picture
shakes, select the [Field] setting in the
Setup screen Video 2 menu [Still Picture]
setting as described in the section on page
56.
You can’t use slow reverse play with Video CDs.
1
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
2
STEP/SLOW STEP/SLOW
■ Frame by frame advance playback: Viewing
one frame at a time
1 Press , STEP/SLOW e / E.
2 Press STEP/SLOW e / E.
■ To control still pictures
DVD-Audio may include still pictures, which are classified into two
large groups.
Slide show:
Still pictures appear one after another
automatically consistent with the disc program.
Browsable pictures: You can display your favorite still picture
selected with the buttons on the remote control.
Press STEP/SLOW e / E
repeatedly to change the slowmotion speed.
There are four slow-motion play speeds:
You can’t use frame review with Video CDs.
STEP/SLOW E: The picture advances one frame each
time the button is pressed.
STEP/SLOW e: The picture backs up a DVD a few frames each
time the button is pressed.
During still frame playback, press
and hold STEP/SLOW e / E
during playback.
3 1/16
3 1/8
1/2 2
1/4 2
■ To return to normal playback
When viewing a slow playback, pressing £ restores normal
playback operation.
Viewing slow playback is unavailable from Video CDs.
Notes
•
•
Press SPEED 2/3 repeatedly during playback or pause to switch
the reverse/forward playback speed from slow to fast.
Sound is not output during slow/fast reverse/forward playback.
Press STEP/SLOW e / E to select a picture. (The order of
pictures vary depending on the disc.)
■ To return to normal playback
When viewing a still frame playback, pressing
restores normal playback operation.
or £
Notes
• There is no sound when viewing still frames or slow playback, or
when advancing one frame at a time.
• Still frame, slow play, or frame advance playback may not be
possible with certain titles. In this case, the
mark is displayed.
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Locating a Specific Title/Group/Folder/
Chapter/Track/Location
DVD
VCD
CD
SACD
MP3
Searching for a Title, Group, Folder, Chapter, Track, or Location on a Disc
This player offers different ways of accessing the information
on a DVD, Video CD, CD, SACD or MP3. Using Search, you
can search for titles or chapters on a DVD-Video, groups or
tracks on a DVD-Audio, tracks on a Video CD, CD or folders
or tracks on a MP3 and even select the point in time to start
playback.
1
The type of search changes which each
press as follows.
DVD-Video
3 Title
3 Chapter
Off 2
Time/ 2
Time + Frame*
DVD-Audio
3 Group
3 Track
Off 2
Video CD
3 Track
SACD
CD
3 Time
Off 2
3 Track
3 Off
MP3
3 Folder
3 Track
Off 2
* The Frame Search option in the Video 1
menu must be [On] to use this.
• DVD-Audio discs may also contain
still pictures. You can search for
certain types of still pictures by
pressing SEARCH and specifying
the still picture number.
2
Press the number button(s) of the
desired title, group, chapter or track
or of the specific time where you
would like to begin playback.
1
2
3
4
5
6
• To select number 3, press 3.
7
8
9
• To select number 10, press 1 and 0.
• To select number 87, press 8 and 7.
When performing a time search:
• To select 21 minutes, 43 seconds,
press 2, 1, 4, and 3.
• To select 1 hour, 14 minutes, press 7, 4,
0, and 0.
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Press £.
Playback of the selected title, folder,
chapter or track starts. When Time Search
is performed, playback begins at the
appointed time. When Frame Search is
performed, the unit pauses at the
requested frame.
Press SEARCH repeatedly to select
the type of search.
ENTER
SEARCH
0
3
Notes
• For some discs, selection can be made using the top menu on the
DVD. In this case, press TOP MENU to display the menu screen
and then make your selection.
• With some DVDs, the search operation may not be possible and
mark
may stop shortly after being performed. In this case, the
is displayed.
• Time search is not possible with SACDs, CDs and MP3s.
• When performing DVD or Video CD time search, playback may
start from a slightly different time than that specified.
• Time search is not possible during when the disc is stopped.
• Search using time search is not possible during PBC playback of
Video CDs.
• PAL displays 25 frames per second, numbered 0–24, NTSC
displays 30 frames per second, numbered 0–29. The Frame
Search option in the Video 1 menu must be [On] to use this.
• In the case of multiple layered SACDs, track 01 does not always
indicated the first song on the disc.
■ To perform a direct title or chapter/track
search using the number buttons
• Press the number buttons while the disc is stopped to
select a title or track number.
• Press the number buttons while the disc is playing to select
a chapter or track number.
• To select number 3, press 3.
• To select number 10, press 1 and 0.
• To select number 37, press +10, +10, +10 and 7.
■ Playing bonus groups of DVD-Audio
Some DVD-Audio may include an extra content called “Bonus
Group”.
If you select it to play, a display appears to enter a key
number. Press the number buttons on the remote control to
enter the key number.
When the number is entered correctly, playback of the bonus
group starts.
To get key numbers, refer to instruction note of discs.
Notes
• A key number may be called in some cases such as when
removing the disc. Enter the key number again if necessary.
• When you use a bonus group in a programmed play such as
memory playback, enter the key number beforehand.
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Number
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Using the MP3 Navigator
1
2
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4
5
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7
8
9
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
+10
Use the MP3 Navigator to make searching for the track(s) you
want to play easier. You can also use it to add or clear tracks
from the program list.
1
2
Load a CD-R/CD-RW containing
MP3 tracks.
MEN
U
Cursor buttons (2/3)
Select folder and tracks from the
current screen.
Cursor buttons (5/∞)
Select the previous/next of folders
and tracks. To move rapidly up or
down a long list of folders or tracks,
press and hold the Cursor buttons
(5/∞).
ENTER
Play the currently selected folder or
track. MP3 tracks that are unplayable
on this system are automatically
skipped and the display shows
“UNPLAYABLE MP3 FORMAT”.
MENU
Exit the MP3 Navigator
PROGRAM
Add the currently selected track to
the program list. (Tracks in the
program list are marked .)
Pressing PROGRAM repeatedly will
add the track to the program list
repeatedly.
Total number of Track
Current : 3 1-1
MP3 Navigator
Folder
1.FOLDER~1
2.FOLDER~2
3.FOLDER~3
4.FOLDER~4
5.FOLDER~5
6.FOLDER~6
Track
1.TRACK1~1
2.TRACK2~2
3.TRACK3~3
4.TRACK4~4
ENTER
Play
MENU
Exit
Total number of Folder
If you display the MP3 Navigator when a
disc is playing, the currently playing folder
and track numbers are shown at the top
left of the screen.
On the right side is a list of MP3 tracks
from the first title in the list.
Current : 3 1-1
1~10
CLEAR
See “Programming MP3s” on page
35 for how to use program play.
CLEAR
Clear the currently selected track
from the program list.
MP3 Navigator
Folder
1.FOLDER~1
2.FOLDER~2
3.FOLDER~3
4.FOLDER~4
5.FOLDER~5
6.FOLDER~6
Del PGM
SEARCH
■ Navigate using the following controls
Press MENU to enter the MP3
Navigator screen.
The left side of the screen shows a list of
folders containing MP3 tracks.
ENTER
Track
1~4
1.TRACK1~1
2.TRACK2~2
3.TRACK3~3
4.TRACK4~4
ENTER
Play
MENU
Exit
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track, or just a part.
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VCD
CD
SACD
DVD
MP3
Repeating a Title, Group, Folder,
Chapter or Track
VCD
Repeat play of a chapter/track
DVD
MP3
■ To repeat a program
Press REPEAT once during program playback to repeat the
program.
■ To cancel repeat play
Press CLEAR. Playback continues, but the repeat function is
canceled.
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CLEAR
Repeat play of a specified section
1 Press A–B at the desired
location.
SACD
Press REPEAT three times during
playback of the disc you want to
repeat.
FUNCTION M
Return to a specified location on a disc
Repeat play of a disc
MP3
COND M
• You can only perform A–B repeat within
the same title, chapter, or track.
Press REPEAT twice during
playback of the title you want to
repeat.
Press REPEAT twice during
playback of the disc you want to
repeat.
PICTURE
• When A–B is pressed a second time,
the disc returns to the location where
A–B was pressed first and plays the
selected section repeatedly.
Repeat play of a title/group/folder
CD
A-B
Press A–B at the beginning and end
of the section you want to repeat.
Press REPEAT once during
playback of the chapter or track you
want to repeat.
VCD
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
Repeating a Specific Segment
A-B
REPEAT
CD
REPEAT
A-B
2 When you want to return to the
specified location, press £.
■ To cancel A–B repeat play
Press CLEAR. Playback continues, but the repeat function is
canceled.
■ To clear the specified location
Press CLEAR to cancel repeat play or to clear the specified
location that was set using A–B.
Notes
• Repeat of a specific section/Return to a specific section is
unavailable for SACD discs.
• With some DVD discs, there may be times when repeat playback
is not possible. In these cases, the
mark will appear on the
screen.
• With Video CDs, repeat play is not possible when the menu is
displayed (PBC playback). To perform repeat play, start playback
without displaying a menu by pressing the track number to be
repeated when the disc is stopped, and then press REPEAT.
• You cannot use A-B repeat when listening to an MP3.
• If you switch camera angle during repeat play, repeat play is
cancelled.
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random order.
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PAUSE
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RANDOM
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DVD
VCD
CD
Playing in Random Order
RANDOM
COND M
FUNCTION M
CLEAR
MP3
Random playback of chapters within
one title or tracks within one group
Press RANDOM once.
“Random Chapter” appears on the screen,
and chapters within the title will be played
back in random order.
Random playback of titles or groups
Press RANDOM twice.
“Random Title” appears on the screen, and
titles will be played back in random order.
Random playback of tracks
Press RANDOM.
“Random” appears on the screen, and
random playback begins.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
■ To change titles, chapters, or tracks during
random play
• Press ¢ or RANDOM and the next randomly selected
title, chapter, or track starts playing.
• Press 4 and playback of the current title, chapter, or track
starts again from the beginning.
■ To stop random play
Press CLEAR. This returns you to normal playback of
chapters/tracks in order from the chapter/track currently
playing.
Notes
• With Video CDs, random play is not possible during playback
when the menu is displayed (PBC playback). To perform random
play, start playback without displaying a menu by pressing a track
number button while in the stop mode, and then press RANDOM.
• Random play of programmed chapters/tracks is not possible.
• In the case of DVDs, random playback may not be possible with
some discs.
• Repeat playback of random playback is not possible. In these
cases, the
mark will appear on the screen.
• Random playback for SACD is unavailable.
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Playing in a Favorite Order
You can combine your favorite titles, groups, folders,
chapters or tracks and play them in any order.
DVD
Programming DVDs
A program with a maximum of 24 steps can be memorized.
1
Press
PROGRAM
Press PROGRAM.
The Program screen appears.
Program Chapter
Program Chapter
Program Title
2(/20)
Title
Current:
Move
2
Program Title
7 Chapter 1
(Chapter 1~18)
Title
1
Current:
Title
ENTER
Play
Move
PROGRAM Exit
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to
select either [Program Chapter] or
[Program Title].
3
Once the program type is selected.
Use the cursor button (∞) to enter
the program window.
When [Program Chapter] is selected, you
must also select what title the chapters to
be programmed are in. Use the cursor
button (5) to highlight [Title] and then use
the number buttons to enter the title
number to be used.
4
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-- / ---
+10
0
In the program window, use the
number buttons to enter the
numbers of the titles or chapters in
the order you want to program them
in.
• To program DVD titles/chapters 9, 7,
and 18 in order, press 9, 7, +10 and 8.
Program Chapter
09
07
Program Chapter
Program Title
Current:
Title
09 07
2(/20)
Title
Current:
18
Move
5
ENTER
Program Title
7 Chapter 1
(Chapter 1~18)
Title
1
18
Program Memory Off
Program Memory Off
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Move
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Press ENTER or £.
• Playback starts in the set order.
• Press PROGRAM to return to the
previous display. The program will not
begin until £ is pressed.
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instead of a number button.
“8” appears on the screen and the pause can be programmed.
A pause cannot be programmed as the first or last position in a
program, and two or more pauses cannot be programmed in
succession.
■ To delete a number
Program Memory Off
Program Memory Off
1
■ To program a pause in a program
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞/2/3) to highlight the incorrect
number and then press CLEAR.
The number is deleted. If the number was before another number,
the later numbers are reordered automatically.
■ To insert a number
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞/2/3) to highlight the number to
be placed after the new number and then press the number
button(s) of the number to be inserted.
The new number is inserted before the previously selected number.
■ To stop program play
Press 7.
Notes
• When programming chapters, chapters not programmed may
appear on the screen. This is not a malfunction.
• Programming may not be possible with certain DVD discs. On
these types of discs, the
mark will appear on the screen when
programming is attempted.
• Only chapters within the same title can be programmed during
chapter programming.
• You cannot program while menu or top menu is displayed.
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Programming MP3s
COND M
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4
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7
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0
SEARCH
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A program with a maximum of 24 steps can be memorized.
1
PROGRAM
Press PROGRAM to enter the
[MP3 Program] screen.
If you added tracks to the program list from
the “Using the MP3 navigator” on page 31,
the tracks are displayed here.
Total number of folder and track
Folder name
Track name
MP3 Program
Folder : 001~25 – – – – – – – – : – – – – – – – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
Move
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
FUNCTION M
CLEAR
ENTER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
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■ Navigate using the following controls
Cursor button
Navigate the program list.
CLEAR
Clear the currently selected item in the
program list.
ENTER
Start playing the program list.
PROGRAM
Exit the [MP3 Program] screen.
Exit
From this screen you can enter folder and
track numbers directly to build up a
program list.
2
Use the number buttons to enter a
three-digit folder number.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-- / ---
+10
0
The number of folders on the disc is
displayed in the top-left of the screen.
Once you’ve entered a valid folder number,
the name of the folder appears.
MP3 Program
Track 001~10 FOLDER1~ : – – – – – – – –
001:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
– – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – – – – –:– – –
Move
3
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM
Exit
Press ENTER.
The list will begin playback in the
programmed order.
Press PROGRAM to exit the [MP3
Program] list with out playback.
Note
You can also use the MP3 Navigator to program tracks (page 31).
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VCD
CD
DVD
SACD
Programming Video CDs, CDs, SACDs
A program with a maximum of 24 steps can be memorized.
1
The program screen appears. When a
SACD, Video CD or CD is loaded, the
cursor appears in the program window.
Track
SACD
MP3
Additional programming options
After you have made a program, it is then possible to confirm,
add, or clear the contents of the program.
On a CD or Video CD track program, press PROGRAM to
confirm.
The program screen displays the current program.
On a DVD, select the program type (title, group, chapter or
track) with the cursor buttons (2/3).
Program Track
Current:
Total Time
CD
■ To confirm the contents of a program
Press PROGRAM.
PROGRAM
VCD
1(/10)
0.00
The current DVD title, group, chapter or track program can then be
confirmed on the appropriate program screen.
■ To add to a program
Move
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
-- / ---
+10
0
3
ENTER
Play
PROGRAM Exit
Use the number buttons to enter the
numbers of the tracks in the order
you want to program them in.
• To program tracks 9, 7, and 18 in order,
press 9, 7, +10 and 8.
• To edit the program, refer to the
procedures on the previous page.
Press ENTER or £.
• Playback starts in the specified track
order.
1 Press PROGRAM.
2 Press a number button to add a new title, group, chapter, or
track at the end of the program.
3 Press PROGRAM to exit the program screen.
■ To delete a program
1 Press PROGRAM.
2 Select the program with the cursor buttons (2/3), then
press CLEAR.
3 Press PROGRAM to exit the program screen.
Notes
• The complete program will be deleted even if the disc tray is open
or power off (standby).
• Pressing CLEAR when the disc is stopped will clear all programs.
• To stop the program play, press 7.
Notes
• To program a pause, or to add or delete a number, refer to the
procedures for “Programming DVDs” on page 34.
• You cannot program when playing a Video CD using menu
selections (during PBC).
• You cannot program SACD tracks numbered greater than 100.
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Number
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PICTURE
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COND M
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CLEAR
ENTER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-498DV
■ To add a title/group/chapter/track to a
program
Press and hold PROGRAM for about 2 seconds.
The current title/group/chapter/track number appears on-screen
together with the program step number. If there isn’t already a
program then a new one will be created.
Chapter
07 3 Program 03
■ To save a program in memory
This player can memorize the programs on up to 24 DVD-Video
discs. By turning the [Program Memory] to [On], the player will save
your program and recall it the next time you use the same DVD.
When the program memory exceeds 24, programs will be erased in
chronological order from the oldest program in memory.
1 Use the cursor button (∞) to highlight [Program Memory]
and use the cursor button (3) to select [On].
Program Chapter
Current:
Title
09 07
Program Title
7 Chapter 1
(Chapter 1~18)
Title
1
18
Program Memory
■ To confirm the contents of a program
Press PROGRAM.
Move
On
Off
ENTER
Select
PROGRAM Exit
2 Press ENTER.
The program is saved in memory.
Notes
• When using this function to program DVDs, the program being
created corresponds to the Program screen (chapter or title) that
appears when PROGRAM is pressed. Be sure to check that the
appropriate program type is selected.
• You cannot make a program containing chapters in different titles.
Note
When a DVD with a program stored in memory is loaded, program
playback may start automatically.
■ To erase a program saved in memory
The player erases programs in chronological order when the
maximum number of programs that can be held in memory is
exceeded. To prevent the player from erasing older programs that
you may still use regularly, or when you don’t want to use a program
anymore, it is possible to manually erase programs stored in
memory.
1 Load a DVD that has a program stored in memory.
2 Press PROGRAM.
The program screen appears.
3 Use the cursor button (∞) to highlight [Program Memory]
and use the cursor buttons (3/∞) to select [Off].
4 Press ENTER.
The program is cleared from memory.
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ANGLE
You can select a camera angle when viewing DVDs with
the multi-angle option.
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DIMMER
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Viewing from a Desired Camera Angle (Multi-Angle)
AN G L
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Press ANGLE during playback.
The camera angle changes each time you
press the button.
Angle
: 1/4
\
Angle
»
Angle
: 2/4
«
: 4/4
Angle
: 3/4
|
Notes
• You can use the Multi-Angle function only with discs featuring
recordings of images shot from different camera angles.
• During Multi-Angle playback, the
indicator in the display
lights.
• For some discs, selection can be made using the DVD menu. In
this case, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen and then
make your selection.
• If you change the camera angle during still playback, the DVD
player resumes normal playback.
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COND M
FUNCTION M
1
2
3
4
5
6
■ To check whether or not a disc is recorded
with angles
The jacket of discs that are recorded with angles will be marked with
. When locations on discs that are recorded with angles are
played back, the
indicator can be displayed.
To cancel the angle mark, set [Angle Indicator] to [Off] in the Setup
screen Video menu (page 56).
Selecting the Audio/
Subtitle Language
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DVD-V
Changing the Audio Language
(Multi-Language Function)
Selecting a Subtitle Language
(Multi-Language Subtitles)
Dolby Digital, PCM, and other audio data can be recorded on
DVDs in a number of languages or audio tracks, letting you
choose the desired language or audio.
O
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You can select a desired subtitle language with DVDs that
have subtitle data in multiple languages recorded on them.
SUBTT
L
Press AUDIO repeatedly to select
the desired language.
Pressing SUBTTL once displays the
currently selected subtitle language.
Subsequent presses rotates through the
subtitle languages available on the DVD.
Pressing AUDIO once displays the
currently selected language. Subsequent
presses rotates through the audio
languages available on the DVD.
Audio
:1
English
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
Audio
ELLO
:2
Subtitle
:1 English
Subtitle
:2 Spanish
Dolby Digital
5.1CH
Spanish
HOLA
H
Press SUBTTL (subtitle) repeatedly
during playback.
HELLO!
HOLA!
Notes
Notes
• You cannot switch languages if there is only one language
recorded on the disc.
• Switching the audio language may not be possible with some
titles. In this case, the
mark is displayed.
• For some titles, selection can be made using the DVD menu.
In these cases, press MENU to display the DVD menu screen
and then make your selection.
• When you erase the resume position or replace a disc, the DVD
player returns to the automatic setting in the setting menu (page
57).
■ Changing Audio Type
• The subtitle language cannot be switched if the subtitle language
is not recorded, or if only one language is recorded.
• Switching the subtitle language may not be possible with some
discs. In this case, the
mark will be displayed.
• To clear subtitles during playback, press SUBTTL and then press
CLEAR, or press SUBTTL until [Off] appears.
• For some discs, subtitle language selection can be made using
the menu on the DVD. In this case, press MENU to display the
DVD menu screen and then make your selection.
• When you erase the resume position or replace a disc, the DVD
player returns to the automatic setting in the setting menu (page
58).
For enjoyment of karaoke or similar format Video CDs, CDs and
MP3s, it is possible to select stereo audio, or either right or left
channel mono depending on the requirements of the source.
Press AUDIO repeatedly during playback to switch the audio
type.
Audio output changes from [1/L] (Left channel) to
[2/R] (Right channel) to [Stereo].
Audio
: 1/L
Audio
Audio
: 2/R
: Stereo
Note
With karaoke and other discs, set the appropriate audio type for
singing and accompaniment after referring to information on the disc
jacket or accompanying material.
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Continuing Playback from a
Specified Location (Last Memory)
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DVD-V
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DV
The Last Memory function is convenient when you want
to continue viewing a disc from the point where you were
watching before. Unlike the resume function, the Last
Memory function is effective even if the DVD is removed
from the player (Last Memory locations saved for Video
CDs are effective only if the disc remains loaded in the
player).
Last Memory may not work reliably with some Video CDs
that feature PBC.
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VCD
Memorizing a Last Memory location to
return to later
Resuming playback from where LAST
MEMORY was pressed
1
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2
LA
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ON
Press LAST M during play.
M
STANDBY
The “LAST” indicator lights on the player
and “Last Memory” is displayed on the
screen.
Press STANDBY to turn the power
to standby, or stop playback with 7.
Once memorized, the memorized point will
be recalled even if the power is turned off,
or if the disc is ejected. Points on up to 5
discs can be memorized, and those points
are recalled the next time any of the discs
are played back.
• A Last Memory point can be memorized
for only one disc at a time as the
function is only effective until the Video
CD is removed from the player.
Load a disc that has a Last Memory
point memorized.
Some DVDs will start playback
automatically when loaded. In this case,
press 7 to stop playback.
2
LA
ST
M
Press LAST M while in the stop
mode.
The disc begins playback at the
memorized point.
• Last Memory mode may not function for
some DVDs.
• You can use Last Memory for up to five
discs (after that the one used least
recently is deleted to make space for a
new one).
• Even with a disc you have memorized
with Last Memory, playback begins at
the start of the disc if you press £.
• This function is for playback of DVDs or
Video CDs only. You cannot use it with
CDs and MP3s.
■ To clear the Last Memory location
1 Load a disc that has a Last Memory point memorized.
Some DVDs will start playback automatically when loaded. In this
case, press 7 to stop playback.
2 Press LAST M while in the stop mode.
The disc begins playback at the memorized point.
3 Once the picture appears, press LAST M again.
4 While “Last Memory” is displayed on the screen, press
CLEAR. The “LAST” indicator disappears from the display.
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Memorizing Settings for Often
Viewed DVDs (Condition Memory)
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You can store in memory settings for DVDs you often
watch. Settings remain in memory even if you remove the
disc from the player, or switch power to the player to
standby. If you load a disc that has its settings
memorized, “COND” appears in the display. When you
start playing the disc, the memorized settings are
automatically recalled.
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Memorizing Settings for DVDs
COND M
Press COND M during playback.
Settings are memorized for the disc
currently playing.
The following six settings are memorized:
On Screen Display (page 56)
Video Adjust (page 54)
Multi-Angle (page 38)
Multi-language (pages 57)
Multi-Language subtitles (page 39, 58)
Parental Lock Level (page 61-62)
“Condition Memory” is displayed on
screen. “COND” illuminates in the display
to indicate that settings have been
memorized.
COND M
FUNCTION M
1
2
3
4
5
6
CLEAR
COND M
■ When a disc that has memorized settings is
loaded
“Condition Memory” will appear on the screen, and the
previously memorized settings will be selected.
■ Erasing the recorded contents
Load a disc that has memorized settings, and press CLEAR
while “Condition Memory” is being displayed. The disc’s
recorded data will be erased.
Notes
• Settings are stored in memory for use any time.
• You can use Condition Memory for up to 15 discs (after that the
one used least recently is deleted to make space for a new one).
• If you make changes to any of the settings memorized in
Condition Memory, press COND M during playback to memorize
new settings.
• Switching of the multi-language mode etc., is automatic on some
discs.
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Turning Off the Video Signal Output
The DVD Player can be set playing audio exclusively. In
this case, you can obtain sound of better quality, as the
DVD Player does not process video signals. (All the
video output jacks send no video signals.)
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MIN
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MAX
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STEP/SLOW
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
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VIDEO OFF
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
DVD-V
SPEED
SURROUND
Switching the video signal off
VIDEO CIRCUIT
OFF
Press VIDEO CIRCUIT OFF on the
DVD Player repeatedly.
The VIDEO CIRCUIT OFF indicator lights
up.
To turn on the video circuitry, press the
button again.
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REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
A-B
PICTURE
COND M
FUNCTION M
Notes
• Some discs cannot be played without some on-screen menu
interaction. If this is the case, be sure to perform the on-screen
procedures as indicated before turning off the video signal
processing circuitry.
• The VIDEO CIRCUIT OFF setting is canceled whenever the DVD
Player is turned off.
Listening through Headphones
You can connect stereo headphones to the DVD Player.
SACD
DVD
CD
STANDBY
POWER
ON
OFF
MIN
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
MAX
DV-SP800
PHONES jack
PHONES LEVEL
DVD
VCD
SACD
CD
MP3
DVD
Listening through Headphones
CD
SACD
MP3
Adjusting the phones level
Connect the plug of the stereo
headphones to the PHONES jack on
the DVD player.
PHONES
VCD
PHONES LEVEL
MIN
Turn the dial clockwise to increase
the phones level and
counterclockwise to decrease it.
MAX
CD
D
MIN
SACD & DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
MAX
DV-SP800
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Viewing Disc Information
Use DISPLAY to get current information about the disc
currently loaded. You can get information about the titles
and chapters on a DVD-Video, groups and tracks on a
DVD-Audio or tracks on a SACD, Video CD or CD or
folders and tracks on a MP3. When viewing DVDs, you
can also check the digital bitstream transmission rate.
DVD
VCD
CD
SACD
MP3
Viewing Disc Information during while a disc is playing
DISPLAY
Press DISPLAY during while a disc
is playing. Press DISPLAY
repeatedly to change the
information being displayed.
The disc information is displayed
superimposed over the video image on the
screen.
Press and hold DISPLAY to display
the time remaining on the disc.
When you release the button, the
information disappears.
The display changes for each type of disc as follows each time
the button is pressed.
DVD-Audio
current group/track number
Play
Track
1–1
–0.59/
current title/chapter number
Play
Title
3–29
–51.06/
elapsed time of current title
remaining total time of
current track
«
current group/track number
Play
Group
elapsed time of current track
1–1
–1.19/
1.19
2.18
elapsed time of current track
«
current group/track number
remaining total time of
current track
elapsed time of current track
1–1
1.19
8.9
transmission rate level meter
49.58
101.04
remaining time of current title
1.19
2.18
remaining time of current track
Play
Tr. Rate:
DVD-Video
elapsed time of current track
transmission rate level
«
remaining total time of
current title
Display off
«
current title/chapter number
Play
Chapter
3–32
0.21/
elapsed time of current chapter
«
current title/chapter number
Play
Chapter
3–32
–1.30/
elapsed time of current title
54.53
1.51
elapsed total time of
current chapter
elapsed time of current title
«
Play
Tr. Rate:
3–32
Play
All
elapsed time of current title
Video CD's total elapsed time
3/12
10.53
–59.26/
70.19
Video CD's total time
Video CD's remaining time
«
current track number
Play
Track
Video CD's total elapsed time
3
3.56/
10.53
5.23
elapsed time of current track
total time of current tracks
54.53
6.3
transmission rate level meter
transmission rate level
«
Display off
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current track number/
total number of tracks
54.53
1.51
remaining time of current chapter remaining total time of
current chapter
current title/chapter number
Video CD (with PBC disabled)
• The transmission rate level displays the amount of picture
information recorded on DVDs. Higher amounts of transmission
data indicate higher amounts of picture information, but does not
necessarily mean a higher quality picture.
• If a 24 frame progressive video signal is programmed, it will be
displayed.
«
current track number
Play
Track
Video CD's total elapsed time
3
1.27/
10.53
5.23
remaining time of current track
total time of current tracks
«
Display off
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Press DIMMER to change the display brightness.
MEN
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SET
N
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
DISPLAY
M
MEN
U
ENTER
CH
Each time DIMMER is pressed, the display brightness of the unit
changes as shown below.
Normal → Dim → Very Dim → Display Off → Normal
While the display is off, if you perform a button operation, the display
momentarily switches to Very Dim.
SUBTT
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AUDIO SEL
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DIMMER
3
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PAUSE
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VCD
CD
SACD
PICTURE
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FUNCTION M
MP3
Viewing Disc Information during while
a disc is stopped
SACD/CD
elapsed time of current track
current track number
Play
Track
3
–3.29/
remaining time of current track
«
current track number
Play
All
DISPLAY
0.03
3.32
remaining total time of
current tracks
current total time of tracks
1/10
–66.20/
CD's remaining time
1.13
66.32
Press DISPLAY during while a disc
is stopped to display DVD title and
chapter information or Video CD
and CD track information or MP3
folder and track information. Press
DISPLAY again to turn the display
off.
Information about the titles and chapters or
folders and tracks on a disc is displayed.
When the information exceeds the space
on the screen, use the cursor buttons
(2/3) to move to other screens.
CD's total time
«
Display off
DVD-Video
MP3
Information: DVD
current track number/
total number of tracks in folder elapsed time of current track
Play
Track
16/20
TRACK1~1
Title
01
02
03
04
05
0.05
track name
current folder number/
total number of folder
Play
Folder
«
2/10
FOLDER~1
0.05
DVD-Audio
remaining time of
current track
Video CD, SACD
and CD
current folder number/
current track number elapsed time of current track
0.05
1/2
«
Notes
• Depending on the format and type of disc being used, not all
screens may be displayed.
• When playing Video CDs in PBC mode or unfinalized CD-Rs not
all the above information is displayed.
Track
1~1
1~1
1~1
1~4
DISPLAY
Information: Compact Disc
Total time
72 . 04
Track
Track Time
06
5 . 23
01
4 . 55
02
07
6 . 13
03
08
5 . 45
04
09
5 . 10
05
10
transmission rate level
Display off
Group
06
07
08
09
Exit
Groups and number of tracks in each group
Before inputting the key number, the bonus
group will be displayed in gray.
total time of
current track
2–16
128kbps
Track
1~1
1~1
1~1
1~1
1~1
1/1
0.05
2.30
«
Exit
Information: DVD
Group
01
02
03
04
05
«
2–16
–2.25
Chapter
1 ~ 10
1 ~ 13
1~5
1~4
1~8
DISPLAY
1/2
current folder number/
current track number elapsed time of current track
Play
Tr. Rate:
Title
06
07
08
09
10
Titles and number of chapters in each title
elapsed time of current track
folder name
Play
Track
Chapter
1 ~ 30
1 ~ 21
1 ~ 46
1 ~ 12
1~8
Time
6 . 51
3 . 18
6 . 50
4 . 16
3 . 22
DISPLAY
Exit
Total playing time of disc, tracks and track times
MP3
Information: MP3
Folder
001
002
003
004
005
1/2
Track
1~9
1 ~ 11
1~3
1 ~ 22
1 ~ 15
Folder
001
002
003
004
005
Track
1 ~ 10
1 ~ 13
1~5
1~4
1~8
DISPLAY
Exit
Folders and number of tracks in each folder
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Function Setup
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
The procedure on this page describes how to operate the
menus on the Setup screen. These menus are used to set
and adjust a number of system settings. The various
functions that can be adjusted are covered throughout
this manual. The procedure on this page provides a basic
outline for using the Setup screen menus.
Using the Setup Screen Menus
1
ON
STANDBY
Press ON (STANDBY/ON on the
front panel).
6
Use the cursor buttons (3) to enter
the setting options.
Example
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
2
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS
Linear PCM Out DTS3 PCM
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Press SETUP.
SE
TUP
The Setup screen appears.
Example
Move
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC Off
Dolby Digital Out On
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Move
3
4
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to
select the menu you want.
• Operating the menu after pressing 7
may cancel the resume function.
As each menu is selected with the cursor,
the settings appear below the menu
heading.
• Some menu options are not immediately
effective if set while a disc is playing.
To make these settings effective, stop
playback and then start again, or
change the settings while the disc is
stopped.
Use the cursor buttons (∞) to enter
the menu.
The top item within the menu becomes
highlighted.
Example
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Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to
select a new setting and press
ENTER to set the new setting in
memory.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital
DTS Out Dolby Digital 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Move
5
Exit
• Not all menu options can be changed
while a disc is playing. In these cases,
the options appear grayed out on the
screen and cannot be adjusted. To
change these settings, press 7 first
before pressing SETUP.
Exit
SETUP
SETUP
SETUP
Exit
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to
select the setting you want to
change.
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Press RETURN or the cursor button
(2) to exit the options without
making any changes.
The options available for each setting
appear to the right when the setting is
selected. The current setting appears with
the setting indicator lit.
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Press SETUP to close the Setup
screen.
The Setup screen closes.
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Changing to the Setup Screen “Expert”
Menu Mode
It is recommended to set up player using the Setup Navigator
(page 22). If you selected [Auto Start Off] when the Setup
Navigator appeared, you may still set up the player using the
Setup Navigator in the General menu screen.
If you choose not to use the Setup Navigator, be sure to make
the necessary settings in the Setup screen Audio 1, Audio 2,
Video 1, Video 2 and Language menus as described on the
following pages.
Some DVDs start playing automatically when loaded in the
player. If a DVD has been loaded, be sure to press 7 before
proceeding.
The Setup screen menus are divided into two levels, [Basic]
and [Expert], to make this unit more convenient to operate for
different levels of users. The [Basic] menu mode contains
functions that may be considered necessary for the basic
operations of this player and helpful on-screen information
identified by the i mark. The [Expert] menu mode adds to the
[Basic] menu mode additional functions of the player that can
be adjusted to further personalize performance of the player.
In this manual, functions that are contained in the [Expert]
menu mode are identified by the Expert icon.
Make changes to the [Setup Menu Mode] setting in the Setup
screen General menu.
Note
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
The next time you press SETUP, you’ll see the menu screen that you
exited from last time.
■ How to interpret the setting indicator colors
in the Setup screen menus
When setting up the system, or when making adjustments, it is
convenient to know what settings are applicable to the
different disc formats. When the settings appear for each
menu option, the currently selected setting appears with the
setting indicator highlighted in one of three colors: blue,
orange or yellow. These colors correspond to what formats the
menu option effects as shown in the table below.
Color of indicator
Setup Menu Mode — Expert
Setup Navigator Basic
Parental Lock — Off (us)
Bonus Group
Auto Disc Menu — On
Group Playback — Single
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Expert (Factory setting)
Basic
Note
On-screen information only appears in the [Basic] menu mode.
Disc format(s)
Blue
DVD only
Orange
Yellow
SACD/DVD-Audio/CD
DVD/Video CD
Green
All compatible formats
Notes
• If a setting applicable only to DVDs is changed while a SACD,
Video CD or CD is loaded, a blue DVD icon appears in the upper
right hand corner of the screen to indicate that the setting is not
applicable to the currently loaded disc. The setting will be
effective the next time a DVD is loaded.
• If you turn off the DVD player during setup, the settings are
canceled. Press SETUP to finish the setup.
• The memorized resume position may be erased by setup.
• The Setup screen always shows the latest settings.
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Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Adjusting the Dynamic Range of the
Audio Soundtrack
Audio DRC stands for Audio Dynamic Range Compression.
When [Audio DRC] is [On], soft sounds such as dialog can be
heard more clearly without making loud sounds even louder.
When [Audio DRC] is set to [Off], there is no effect on the
audio source.
Make changes to the [Audio DRC] setting in the Setup screen
Audio menu.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC Off
Dolby Digital Out On
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Off (Factory setting)
On
Notes
• Audio DRC is only effective with Dolby Digital audio sources.
• The level of Audio DRC may differ depending on the DVD.
• If you have set the [Dolby Digital Out] to [PCM] and the [Digital
Out] setting to [On], the Audio DRC effect is output through the
digital out jack.
• The effect of Audio DRC depends on your speakers and AV
amplifier settings.
Setting the Audio 1 Options
This player is capable of digital audio output for Dolby Digital,
DTS, MPEG, and signals with a sampling rate of 96 kHz.
Make settings in the Setup screen Audio menu to reflect the
capabilities of the components that you have made digital
connections to.
Notes
• If you have already completed the Setup Navigator screen
operations, the settings on this page have already been set by
the player.
• If you have made only stereo line connections (analog) using the
supplied audio cord, it is not necessary to make any changes in
this menu.
■ Dolby Digital Out
This player is capable of outputting the Dolby Digital surround
sound audio signal. If the player is connected to an AV
component that has a built-in Dolby Digital decoder, select
[Dolby Digital]. This player can also convert the Dolby Digital
signal to a digital Linear PCM signal, the same digital signal
output from a CD. Select [Dolby Digital 3 PCM] if you have
made connections to an amplifier or receiver with a Dolby Pro
Logic decoder or a Digital Analog Converter (DAC).
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out Dolby Digital
DTS Out Dolby Digital 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Dolby Digital (Factory setting)
Dolby Digital 3 PCM
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■ DTS Out
■ MPEG Out
This player is capable of outputting DTS digital audio for DVDs
recorded in DTS. If this player is connected to an AV
component that has a built-in DTS decoder, select [DTS]. If
your system is not equipped to decode DTS, select [DTS 3
PCM]. Refer to the operating instructions supplied with your
audio components if you are unsure about compatibility with
DTS.
This player is capable of outputting the MPEG digital
bitstream. If the player is connected to an AV component that
has a built-in MPEG decoder, select the [MPEG] setting.
Otherwise, select [MPEG 3 PCM] to convert the digital signal
to the PCM signal, (the digital signal output from a CD).
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out MPEG
Digital Out MPEG 3 PCM
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS
Linear PCM Out DTS3 PCM
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Move
SETUP
Note
If you have made digital audio connections to component(s) not
equipped to decode the DTS digital bitstream, be sure to select [DTS
3 PCM]. DTS signals are converted to Linear PCM signals then
output. If a DTS signal is output without decoding, the output is
digital noise that could potentially cause damage to your speakers.
■ Linear PCM Out
If your AV amplifier (or other connected component) is
compatible with high sampling rates (96 kHz), set this to
[Down Sample Off], otherwise set it to [Down Sample On]
(96 kHz audio is converted to a more compatible 48 kHz/
44.1kHz). Check the manual that came with the other
component if you’re unsure whether it is 96 kHz compatible.
Note
• DVD audio does not allow for downmixing. In this case, digital
audio will not be output.
■ Digital Out
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out — MPEG 3 PCM
Digital Out On
SACD Playback Off
Move
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out Down Sample Off
Digital Out — On
SACD Playback — 2ch Area
Expert
Depending on your preferences and the type of connections
made, you may opt not to have the digital audio signal output
at all. When this setting is set to [Off] there is no signal output
from the digital audio output jacks.
Make changes to the [Digital Out] setting in the Setup screen
Audio menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
SETUP
Exit
Settings: MPEG
MPEG 3 PCM (Factory setting)
Exit
Settings: DTS
DTS 3 PCM (Factory setting)
Move
SETUP
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On (Factory setting)
Off
Note
You cannot output SACD audio digitally.
Exit
Settings: Down Sample On (Factory setting)
Down Sample Off
Notes
• On DVDs that contain copy protection, the 96 kHz signal may
only be output from the analog audio jacks.
• Even when set to [Down Sample Off], some discs will be down
mixed to 48 kHz/44.1 kHz and not output digitally.
• High sampling rate DVD audio discs (192 kHz or 176.4 kHz)
always output audio down sampled to 96 kHz or 88.2 kHz through
digital outputs.
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Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Setting the Audio 1 Options
■ SACD Playback
Expert
SACD discs can be divided up into several different areas
stereo audio, 5.1 channel audio and (for hybrid SACDs)
standard CD audio. The SACD Playback setting enables you
to select which area of the disc you want to play.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio DRC — Off
Dolby Digital Out — Dolby Digital
DTS Out — DTS 3 PCM
Linear PCM Out — Down Sample On
MPEG Out 2ch Area
Digital Out Multi-ch Area
SACD Playback CD Area
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: 2ch Area (Factory setting)
Playback of the 2 channel area.
Multi-ch Area
Playback of the multi-channel area.
Set Audio Out to 5.1 Channel for multi-channel
playback (see below).
CD Area
Playback of the CD layer.
Note
If you select an area that isn’t on the disc loaded, a different area of
the disc will play. For example, if you choose standard CD audio but
the disc loaded is not a hybrid SACD, the stereo audio will play.
■ Speaker Setting
You only need to make this setting if you connected this player
to your amplifier using the 5.1 channel analog outputs.
Follow the on-screen displays to describe which speakers are
in your system and their sizes and positions.
Set the size of your speakers in the Size screen. The front left/
right (L/R) speakers have a fixed setting of [Large]. The center
(C), left surround (LS) and right surround (RS) speakers can
each be set to [Large], [Small] or [Off]. Set a speaker to
[Large] if the main speaker cone is 12 cm or more; set to
[Small] if the it’s less than 12 cm. Note that the LS and RS
speakers cannot be set independently.
The subwoofer (SW) can only be set to [On] or [Off].
The graphic on the right of the screen represents your speaker
setup, with the currently selected speaker’s name highlighted
in blue, and the speakers set to [On] highlighted in yellow.
Set the distance from your main listening position to each
speaker in the [Distance] screen. The distance setting for any
speaker that was set to [Off] in the [Size] screen will be grayed
out. For the other speakers, enter the distance to the nearest
0.1m (10cm). You can set the distance for the L/R speakers
between 0.3m and 9m. Note that you must set the C and SW
speakers within 2m of the L/R setting. The LS and RS
speakers must be set within –6m and +2m of the L/R setting.
The graphic on the right of the screen represents your speaker
setup, with the currently selected speaker’s name highlighted
in blue, and the speakers set to [On] highlighted in yellow.
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setting the Audio 2 Options
■ Audio Out
Audio Out — 2 Channel
Speaker Setting — Start
Gain Setting — Fix
CD Digital Direct — Off
If you connected this player to your amplifier using the 5.1
channel analog outputs (front, surround, center and subwoofer
outs), set this to [5.1 Channel]; if you connected only the
stereo outs, set to [2 Channel].
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Move
Distance
SETUP
Select
SETUP
Exit
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Speaker Setting
Size
L
C
R
L/R — Large
C
— Large
SW
LS
— Large
LS RS
RS
— Large
SW —
On
Return
Audio Out 2 Channel
Speaker Setting 5.1 Channel
Gain Setting — Fix
CD Digital Direct — Off
Move
ENTER
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Exit
Settings: 2 Channel (Factory setting)
5.1 Channel
Notes
• Even if you set [Audio Out] to [5.1 Channel], you’ll only get sound
from all speakers when playing a multi-channel DVD-Audio disc,
SACD or Dolby Digital, DTS or MPEG encoded DVD disc.
• If you set to 2 Channel, Dolby Digital, DTS and MPEG audio is
mixed down to two channels so you still hear all the audio
recorded on the disc.
• Some DVD-Audio discs don’t allow down-mixing of audio. These
discs always output multi-channel audio regardless of the setting
made here.
Factory Settings: Center:
Subwoofer:
Surround:
Distance:
Notes
• When the subwoofer (SW) is set to on, the LFE (low frequency
effect) signals are input from the subwoofer.
• When listening to a DVD audio source, the C, LS, and RS
speakers will automatically be set to the [Large] size setting.
However, the sound will not be affected by the change. Listening
to another source will return the speakers to their original
settings.
• For DVD-Audio only, if the C, LS, or RS speakers is set to [Off],
the audio is automatically downmixed to stereo unless the DVD
audio software does not permit down mixing.
• The distance setting is unavailable for SACD discs.
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■ Gain Settings
Expert
You may want to make this setting if you connected this player
to your amplifier using the 5.1 channel analog outputs.
Under the default setting, all channels are output at the
relative volumes they were recorded at. Change the setting to
[Variable] if you want to adjust the relative volume levels of
any of the speakers. Adjustment is in the range of –6dB to
+6dB, in steps of 0.5dB.
When set to [Variable], the overall output level may sound
quieter than when set to [Fix]. This is not a malfunction.
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio Out — 2 Channel
Speaker Setting
Gain Setting — Fix
CD Digital Direct Variable
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
To help you gauge the correct gain levels, set the [Test Tone]
to [On] (test tone from just that speaker) or [Auto] (test tone
from each speaker in turn, excluding the subwoofer) then
adjust the gain so that all speakers appear to be the same
volume from your listening position.
Follow the on-screen displays to select speakers and set the
channel levels.
Press the cursor (5) to select [Test Tone], then press the left
cursor button (2) to select the Gain Settings.
• You can adjust the [Test Tone] setting only when the player
is stopped.
• Many AV amplifiers allow you to make similar settings at the
amplifier stage. In this case, set the channel levels at the
player or the amplifier, not both.
• As the test tone plays through a speaker, its name is
highlighted in yellow on-screen.
Note
Settings: Fix (Factory setting)
Variable
You can't use the test tone function when the Audio Out setting is 2
Channel (see page 50).The test tone will not work with the disc tray
open, or while a disc is playing.
Notes
• Gain settings are not effective when playing a CD with CD Digital
Direct set to [On].
• When set to [Variable], the overall output level is set to –6.0dB.
Adjust the relative volume levels of [C (center)], [LS (left
surround)], [RS (right surround)], and [SW (subwoofer)] in the
range of –6.0dB to +6.0dB from the value. The maximum output
level (+6.0dB) which is set to [Variable] is same as the output
level when set to [Fix].
Therefore, when set to [Variable], the output level sounds quieter
than the output level when set to [Fix], in almost all cases.
When Variable is selected, the following screen appears:
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Gain Setting
L
— 0.0 dB
L
R
C
— 0.0 dB
R
— 0.0 dB
SW
RS
— 0.0 dB
LS RS
LS
— 0.0 dB
SW — 0.0 dB
RETURN Return
Test Tone
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Exit
Press the cursor button (3) to display the Test Tone screen.
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Test Tone
L
— Off
L
R
C
— Off
R
— Off
SW
RS
— Off
LS RS
LS
— Off
SW — Off
RETURN Return
Gain
ENTER
Select
SETUP
■ CD Digital Direct
Expert
Setting this to [On] increases CD audio quality by bypassing
certain audio circuits in the player that audio signal would
otherwise pass through. However, this must be set to [Off] for
proper playback of DTS encoded CDs.
A1 Audio2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio Out — 2 Channel
Speaker Setting
Gain Setting — Fix
CD Digital Direct On
Off
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On
Off (Factory setting)
Note
If this setting is set to [On] when a DTS CD is playback, noise is
produced.
Exit
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Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Setting the TV Screen Size
The width-to-height ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3, while the
width-to-height ratio of wide screen and high-definition TVs is
16:9. This width-to-height ratio is called the aspect ratio.
When viewing software recorded in different aspect ratios, the
image’s height to width ratio can be switched to match the TV
or monitor being used.
Make changes to the TV screen size in the [TV Screen] setting
in the Setup screen Video 1 menu. Please note that changes
to the [TV Screen] setting cannot be made when a disc is
playing. Stop playback of the disc before attempting to make
any changes.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
TV Screen — 4:3(Letter Box)
Video Out 4:3(Pan&Scan)
S-Viveo Out 16:9(Wide)
Frame Search 16:9(Compressed)
Screen Saver — Off
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: 4:3 (Letter Box)
4:3 (Pan & Scan)
16:9 (Wide) (Factory setting)
16:9 (Compressed)
Notes
• If [Standard (4:3)] is selected in the Setup Navigator screen, [4:3
(Letter Box)] is selected on this screen. If you prefer the
pan & scan format, change the settings on this screen.
• Whether the aspect can be switched or not depends on the disc.
Please refer to the information written on the disc jacket, etc.
• Some discs may not include the screen format selected in the [TV
Screen] setting. When this occurs, the standard TV screen format
available on the disc is automatically selected.
• If your TV doesn’t have settings to change the aspect ratio of the
picture, set this player to [16:9 (Compressed)].
■ Differences in screen sizes and DVD
formats
The number of screen size formats currently available can be
somewhat confusing. If set incorrectly, the video presentation
may not appear as it should. The following diagrams and
descriptions are intended to help you set your TV screen size
in a way that will allow you to fully enjoy the digital video of
DVD.
The settings in the [TV Screen] setting are perhaps most
applicable when the DVD you are watching is programmed in
the wide screen format. If you have a standard TV, select
either [4:3 (Letter Box)] or [4:3 (Pan & Scan)] based on your
personal preference. If you have a wide screen TV, select
[16:9 (Wide)].
When viewing a wide screen TV or monitor
DVD screen size format
Setting and Appearance
Wide screen format DVD
Please note that there are some
wide screen letter box formats
that place black bars at the top
and bottom of the screen. This is
not a malfunction.
“Wide” setting
Standard screen format DVD
When viewing a standard screen
format DVD on a wide screen
TV, black bars may be
automatically placed at the side
of the screen to adjust to the
DVD format.
Standard screen format DVD
(unnatural stretched effect)
If you are viewing a standard
screen format DVD on a wide
screen TV, the picture may
appear ‘stretched’ on the
screen. To remedy this
condition, change your wide
screen TV to display a standard
(4:3) screen. Refer to the
instructions supplied with your
wide screen TV or monitor for
more information.
“Wide” setting
“Wide” setting
When viewing a standard size TV or monitor
DVD screen size format
Wide screen format DVD
The Letter box presentation
places black bars at the top and
bottom portions of the screen to
provide the full wide screen
presentation of a movie on a
standard TV (4:3 aspect ratio).
Setting and Appearance
“Letter Box” setting
Wide screen format DVD
The Pan & Scan presentation
crops both sides of the wide
screen presentation to use the
full standard TV screen.
“Pan & Scan” setting
Standard screen format DVD
If you have a standard TV, the
standard screen format will be
presented regardless of the
setting.
Any setting
Wide screen format DVD
(unnatural squeezed effect)
If you are viewing a wide screen
format DVD on a standard TV
and the [TV Screen] setting is
set to [16:9 (Wide)], the picture
may appear ‘squeezed’ on the
screen. To remedy this
condition, select either [4:3
(Letter Box)] or [4:3 (Pan &
Scan)].
“Wide” setting
Wide screen format DVD
If your TV does not have
settings for how 4:3 sources
look, choose the [16:9
(Compressed)] setting.
“Compressed” setting
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Setting the Video 1 Options
■ Component Video
■ Switching the S-Video Output
Compared to a standard interlaced TV picture, a progressive
scan TV is capable of stable, flicker-free images.
Set only if you connected the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT to a
progressive-scan compatible TV or monitor.
Make changes to the [Component Video] settings in the setup
screen [Video 1] menu.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
You can switch the kind of S-Video signal output from the
S-Video outputs. If you connected your TV with an S-Video
cord, in rare cases the TV picture may appear stretched. In
this case switch the output from [S2] to [S1].
Make changes in the [S-Video Out] in the Setup screen [Video
1] menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
TV Screen — 16:9(Wide)
Component Video Progressive
Video Out Interlace
S-Video Out S2
Frame Search — Off
Screen Saver — Off
Move
TV Screen — 16:9(Wide)
Component Video — Interlaced
Video Out — Video
S-Video Out S1
Frame Search — S2
Screen Saver Off
SETUP
Exit
Move
• Progressive – Use this setting with TVs and monitors that have
progressive scan component video inputs. Check the TV’s
instruction manual if you are not sure about this.
• Interlace – (factory setting) use this setting with regular TVs that
are not compatible with progressive scan. Check the TV’s
instruction manual if you are not sure about this.
Notes
• This function only works when the color system recorded on the
disc is NTSC.
• If this player is set to output progressive-scan video, it’s possible
that the picture will appear stretched when playing discs recorded
in 4:3 format. This happens when the TV’s aspect ratio is set
[Full]. To see the picture in its correct aspect ratio, change the TV
setting to [Normal].
• If your TV doesn’t have settings to change the aspect ratio of the
picture, set this player to [16:9 (Compressed)].
• If you connect a TV that is not compatible with a progressive scan
signal and choose one of the progressive scan settings, you will
not be able to see any picture at all. With your TV connected
using either the composite or S-Video terminals, choose the
[Interlace] settings in the [Component Video] menu.
■ Setting the Video Output Format for the AV
CONNECTOR (European models only)
When connections are made to the AV CONNECTOR jack on
the player via a SCART cable, it is possible to select the video
format that is compatible with your TV or monitor. Select
[Video] to have a composite video signal output, [S-Video] to
have an S-video signal output, and [RGB] to have an RGB
signal output. For more information on which format is most
appropriate, refer to the instructions supplied with your TV or
monitor. Make changes to the [Video Out] setting in the Setup
screen [Video 1] menu.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Exit
Settings: S1
S2 (Factory Setting)
■ Turning the Screen Saver On and Off
Expert
As a protective function against residual images on the TV
screen or monitor, a phenomenon referred to as “screen burn”,
the screen saver appears when the same screen has been
displayed for a length of time. By default, the screen saver is
turned on. However, the screen saver function can be turned
on and off at your discretion.
Make changes to the [Screen Saver] setting in the Setup
screen [Video 1] menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
TV Screen — 16:9(Wide)
Component Video — Interlaced
Video Out — Video
S-Video Out — S2
Frame Search Off
Screen Saver On
Off
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On
Off (Factory setting)
Note
Pressing 8 (or £ ) displays a playback screen, and pressing 8
(or £ ) again resumes playback.
■ Frame Search
Expert
Set this to [On] if you want to be able to do frame-accurate
searching of DVD discs. On the default setting, the time &
frame search is not available.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Move
SETUP
SETUP
TV Screen — 16:9(Wide)
Component Video — Interlace
Video Out — Video
S-Video Out — S2
Frame Search On
Screen Saver Off
TV Screen — 16:9(Wide)
Component Video Interlace
Video Out Video
S-Video Out S-Video
Frame Search — RGB
Screen Saver Off
Move
Expert
SETUP
Exit
Exit
Settings: Video (Factory setting)
S-Video
RGB
Settings: On
Off (Factory setting)
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Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Adjusting the Video Quality
You can either select a preprogrammed setting designed to
match certain program types or make adjustments to match
your own preferences and save them in the player’s memory.
Make changes to the [Video Adjust] setting in the Setup
screen Video 2 menu.
■ Adjusting the picture quality settings
– To create your own setting (1)
1 Use the cursor button (3) to select [Start] then press
ENTER.
Audio1 A2 V1 Video2 Language General
Background — Black
Video Adjust — Start
Still Picture — Auto
On Screen Display — On
Angle Indicator — On
Move
Video Memory Select
Video Setup
SETUP
Exit
2 Use the cursor button (∞) to select [Video Setup] then
press ENTER.
■ Selecting a preprogrammed setting
1 Use the cursor button (3) to select [Start] then press
ENTER.
Video Memory Select
Video Setup
3 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select the setting to [On] or
[Off].
Video Memory Select
Video Setup
2 Press ENTER.
off
DNR
Move
TV(CRT)
Memory 1
PDP
Memory 2
Professional
Memory 3
TV (CRT) (Factory Setting)
Optimized setting for a standard television set.
PDP
Optimized for a plasma display.
Professional
Optimized for a professional monitor.
Memory 1, Memory 2, and Memory 3
These are user programmable settings. See “Adjusting the
picture quality settings” on pages 54 and 55 for more information.
3 Use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) to select one of the
preprogrammed picture quality settings.
If there is a DVD or Video CD playing, the effects of each setting
can be viewed while it is highlighted on the screen. This may be
useful in selecting an appropriate setting.
4 Press ENTER.
The new selection is set.
Notes
• You may also press the PICTURE button on the remote control to
display the preprogrammed settings menu.
• Each picture quality setting is defined by a number of individual
settings, described in “Adjusting the picture quality settings” on
this page and page 55.
• Depending on the disc and the TV/monitor, you may not see the
effect clearly.
• If [Letter Box (4:3)] or [Pan & Scan] is selected, there may be
cases when the screen automatically changes to wide (16:9) after
entering the [TV Screen] setting. This is not a malfunction. Close
the [TV Screen] setting and the screen returns to its set size.
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ENTER
Select
max
DISPLAY
Check
4 Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to select the setting to adjust.
You can adjust any or all of the following picture quality
factors:
• Prog. Motion – When using progressive scan, this adjusts
the motion and still picture quality.
• PureCinema – When watching DVD movies, PureCinema
optimizes the picture quality. The default setting is [Auto1],
but if the picture appears unnatural, then set to [Auto2],
[On] or [Off] as desired and adjust the Prog. Motion setting.
• YNR – Adjusts the amount of noise reduction (NR) applied
to the Y (brightness) component.
• CNR – Adjusts the amount of noise reduction (NR) applied
to the C (color) component.
• MNR (Mosquito Noise Reduction) – Adjusts the amount of
noise reduction applied to the mosquito noise (video
artifacts on the edge of the image resulting from MPEG
compression).
• BNR (Block Noise Reduction) – Adjusts the amount of
noise reduction applied to the block noise.
• Sharpness High – Adjusts the sharpness of the highfrequency (finely detailed) elements in the picture.
• Sharpness Mid – Adjusts the sharpness of the midfrequency (less detailed) elements in the picture.
• Detail – Adjusts how sharp edges appear in the picture.
• White Level – Adjusts the intensity of white in the picture.
• Black Level – Adjusts the intensity of black in the picture.
• Black Setup – For correction of floating black color.
• Gamma – Adjusts the brightness of the darker images in
the picture.
• Hue – Adjusts the overall color balance between red and
green.
• Chroma Level – Adjusts how saturated colors appear.
• Chroma Delay – Compensates for misalignment of the Y
(brightness) and the C (color) components.
Adjusts the brightness of the darker images in the picture.
Only effective with progress scan signals.
5 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the settings.
Adjust these while a disc is playing to see the effect of
changes immediately.
6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to make adjustments to other
settings.
If you would like to save the settings in the player’s memory, be
sure to select either [1], [2], or [3] in the [Memory] setting to
establish which memory location to save the new settings in.
Please note that if you select a location where settings have
already been saved, the old settings will be replaced by the new
ones.
Off
Memory
Move
ENTER
Select
1
2
DISPLAY
■ Adjusting the picture quality settings
– To create your own setting (2)
1 Use the cursor button (3) to select [Start] then press
ENTER.
Video Memory Select
Video Setup
2 Use the cursor button (∞) to select [Video Setup] and press
ENTER.
3 Press DISPLAY.
DNR
Fine Focus
Sharpness
White Level
Black Level
Hue
Chroma Level
Gamma
Memory
off
max
On Off
soft
min
min
green
min
–
Off 1 2 3
fine
max
max
red
max
+
3
Check
4 Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to select the setting and use
the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the settings.
Adjust these while a disc is playing to see the effect of changes
immediately.
7 When you are finished making adjustments, press ENTER
to establish the new settings.
Note
5 To memorize the setting, select [Memory 1, 2, or 3], then
press ENTER.
The previous setting will be erased.
Depending on the disc and your TV/monitor, the effect of these
settings may not be clear.
■ PureCinema (DVD-Video only)
Video on a DVD discs may be either video material (originally
shot on video) or film material (originally shot on film). Video
material has a frame rate of 30 frames/sec. (NTSC),
compared with 24 frames/sec. for film. This player converts
film material to 60 frames/sec. (in progressive scan mode).
PureCinema adjusts the picture so that it matches more
closely the picture quality of a cinema screen.
You can see whether video on a DVD disc is film or video
material by displaying the video transmission rate (see page
44). If a hash mark (#) appears above the transmission rate
display, it is film material.
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Setting the Video 2 Options
■ Changing the Background of the Screen
You can select a background to appear when the player is in
the stop mode.
Make changes to the [Background] setting in the Setup screen
Video 2 menu.
Audio1 A2 V1 Video2 Language General
Background — Gray
Video Adjust Black
Still Picture Auto
On Screen Display On
Angle Indicator On
You can select to turn on the on screen display, or
alternatively, choose to turn them off completely with the [Off]
setting.
Make changes in the [On Screen Display] in the Setup screen
Video 2 menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
Audio1 A2 V1 Video2 Language General
SETUP
Move
■ Setting the Position of the On-screen
Display Expert
Background — Gray
Video Adjust
Still Picture — Auto
On Screen Display — On
Angle Indicator Off
Exit
Settings: Gray (Factory setting)
Black
■ Selecting the Type of Paused Image to
Display Expert
This function lets you view a clear still-image when DVD
playback is paused.
Make changes in the [Still Picture] setting in the Setup screen
Video 2 menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
Background — Gray
Video Adjust —
t
Still Picture — Field
On Screen Display Frame
Angle Indicator Auto
SETUP
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On (Factory setting)
Off
Note
This setting is only effective with DVDs that contain a 4:3 aspect
ratio video presentation.
■ Turning the angle indicator on and off
Audio1 A2 V1 Video2 Language General
Move
Move
Exit
Settings: Field (Picture shake will be eliminated during a
paused picture.)
Expert
When a picture recorded in different angles is played back
is displayed on the screen. This setting lets you see clearly
whether the playback picture is recorded in multiple angles or
not.
Turn the angle indicator on or off in the [Angle Indicator]
setting in the Setup screen Video 2 menu in the [Expert] menu
mode (page 47).
Audio1 A2 V1 Video2 Language General
Frame (Select to obtain higher picture quality.)
Background — Gray
Video Adjust
Still Picture — Auto
On Screen Display — Position-Normal
Angle Indicator — On
Off
Auto (Selects [Field] or [Frame] automatically
according to the disc.) (Factory setting)
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On (
is displayed) (Factory setting)
Off (Not Displayed)
Note
Even when the [Angle Indicator] setting is set to [Off], the
indicator in the display panel of the player lights during multi-angle
playback. Therefore, it is possible to know when the multi-angle
function can be used without having to display the icon on the
screen.
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Setting the Language Options
DVDs have the capacity to contain a great deal of audio
information, which includes the ability to hold up to 8 different
language tracks and subtitle information in as many as 32
different languages. This section outlines the variety of audio
language and subtitle options available with this player.
Please note that if you have completed the Setup Navigator,
the audio and subtitle language options have automatically
been set in accordance with the [OSD Language] (the
language that appears on the screen).
Note
■ Selecting an audio language preference
The audio language that you normally listen to can be
selected from the various audio languages on a DVD. Even
when the audio language is changed during playback by
pressing AUDIO, the language selected at this setting will be
selected as the default when the DVD is changed.
Make changes to the [Audio Language] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu.
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
DVDs differ in content and do not all contain multiple language or
subtitle information. Therefore making settings in this section may
have no effect on some DVDs.
OSD Language — English
Audio Language English
Subtitle Language French
Auto Language German
DVD Language Italian
Subtitle Display Spanish
Subtitle Off Other
■ Setting the On-screen Display (OSD)
Language
This setting is used to establish the language that operation
indicators and on-screen messages and operations display.
Change this setting in the Setup screen Language menu [OSD
Language] setting.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language —
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
Auto Language
DVD Language
Subtitle Display —
Subtitle Off —
Move
English
français
Deutsch
Italiano
Español
On
Selected Subtitle
SETUP
SETUP
Exit
Settings: English (Factory setting)
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Other (For details on how to select other
languages, see “When [Other] is selected” on page
59).
Asian models:
Exit
Settings: English (Factory setting)
français
Deutsch
Italiano
Español
Asian models:
Move
English
Chinese (Factory setting)
Other (For details on how to select other
languages, see “When [Other] is selected”
on page 59).
Note
The menu settings may be different from those shown above.
English (Factory setting)
Chinese
Notes
• The menu settings may be different from those shown above.
• The [OSD Language] setting is factory set to [English]. If you
want English to be displayed, it is not necessary to adjust this
setting.
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Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
Setting the Language Options
■ Selecting a subtitle language preference
The subtitle language that you will normally display can be
selected from the subtitles programmed on a disc. Even when
the subtitle language is changed during playback by pressing
SUBTTL, the language selected at this setting will be selected
when the disc is changed.
Make changes to the [Subtitle Language] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu.
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language — English
Audio Language English
Subtitle Language French
Auto Language German
DVD Language Italian
Subtitle Display Spanish
Subtitle Off Other
Move
Expert
In addition to containing different audio languages, DVD may
also contain menu screens in different languages as well.
Setting a DVD language preference, sets the selected
language as a default when DVDs with menu information in
that language are encountered.
Selecting [w/ Subtitle Language] automatically assigns the
language selected in the [Subtitle Language] setting.
Make changes to the [DVD Language] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Exit
SETUP
Settings: English (Factory setting)
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Other (For details on how to select other languages,
see “When [Other] is selected” on page 59).
Asian models:
■ Selecting a DVD menu language preference
English
Chinese (Factory setting)
Other (For details on how to select other
languages, see “When [Other] is selected”
on page 59).
OSD Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
Auto Language
DVD Language
Subtitle Display
Subtitle Off
Move
SETUP
The menu settings may be different from those shown above.
■ Setting Auto Language to control subtitle
and audio language based on program
content
When the Auto Language function is used, foreign movies are
shown with the original audio soundtrack and subtitles in the
language selected in the [Subtitle Language] menu option.
Domestic films are shown with the original audio soundtrack
and no subtitles. (This setting may not be effective with all
DVD discs.)
Make changes to the [Auto Language] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu.
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
w/ Subtitle Language (Factory setting)
English
Chinese
Other (For details on how to select other
languages, see “When [Other] is selected”
on page 59).
Notes
• The menu settings may look different from the one shown above.
• If this function is not effective, the languages that can be selected
may also be selected in the DVD menu. Press MENU to open the
DVD menu and make your selection accordingly.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language —
Audio Language —
Subtitle Language —
Auto Language —
DVD Language
Subtitle Display —
Subtitle Off —
Move
English
English
English
On
Off
On
Selected Subtitle
SETUP
Exit
Settings: On (Factory setting)
Off
Note
The Auto Language function operates only when this function is set
to [On], and the language set for the [Audio Language] and [Subtitle
Language] settings is the same.
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Exit
Settings: w/ Subtitle Language (Factory setting)
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Other (For details on how to select other
languages, see “When [Other] is selected” on page
59).
Asian models:
Note
w/ Subtitle Language
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
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■ Selecting subtitles, assist subtitles or no
subtitles Expert
Use this function to turn the subtitles on or off. Additionally,
some DVDs provide assist subtitles that provide additional
explanations of scenes in addition to the standard subtitles for
viewers who are hard of hearing. Select [Assist Subtitle] to
display these subtitles on DVDs where this function is offered.
Make changes to the [Subtitle Display] setting in the Setup
screen Language menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
■ When [Other] is selected
When you want to select one of the 136 languages as the
main audio language, follow the steps below when the
following screen appears.
The language code list can be found on page 60.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language
Audio Language
Subtitle Language
Auto Language
Setup audio language
ENTER Select
Move
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language —
Audio Language —
Subtitle Language —
Auto Language —
DVD Language
Subtitle Display
Subtitle Off
Move
English
English
English
On
On
Off
Assist Subtitle
SETUP
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Other
SETUP
Exit
1 Use the cursor buttons to select [Other] and press ENTER.
The language selection screen appears.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Audio Language
List of Language
Exit
Settings: On (Factory setting)
Off
Assist Subtitle
Code (0~2)
en: English
0
5
1
4
RETURN
+/–
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Return
Exit
Notes
• If there is no subtitle information recorded on the DVD, no
subtitles are displayed even if this function is set to [On].
• This setting serves as a default as whether or not to display
subtitles. Even if this option is set to [Off], subtitles can be
displayed by pressing SUBTTL. Similarly, if this option is set to
[On], the subtitles can be turned off by pressing SUBTTL and
then CLEAR.
■ Forcing subtitles to be displayed
Expert
Even when the subtitles are turned off, some DVDs will
nevertheless display them on the screen. This setting allows
you to select the language of the subtitles to be displayed with
this type of DVD.
Select [With Audio] to display the subtitles in the same
language as the currently selected [Audio Language]. Select
[Selected Subtitle] to display the subtitles in the language set
in the [Subtitle Language] setting.
Make changes to the [Subtitle Off] setting in the Setup screen
Language menu in the [Expert] menu mode (page 47).
You cannot make this setting with a disc playing.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
OSD Language —
Audio Language —
Subtitle Language —
Auto Language —
DVD Language —
Subtitle Display
Subtitle Off —
Move
For languages which are only shown as a code, please refer to
“Language Code List” on page 60.
List of Languages
ja: Japanese
If you select [Code], use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to input
the numbers of the input code.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to change the position of the
cursor. You can also use the number buttons to enter the code.
Code (0~2)
1
0
0
1
4 Press ENTER to set the new language.
English
English
English
On
English
With Audio
Selected Subtitle
SETUP
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select either [List of
Languages] or [Code].
3 If you select [List of Languages], use the cursor buttons (5/
∞) to select the language.
To exit the screen without making any changes, press RETURN.
Exit
Settings: With Audio
Selected Subtitle (Factory setting)
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Language Code List
Language codes are used when setting the audio and subtitle
language preferences (page 57– 59).
Language
Input-code
Japanese (ja)
English (en)
French (fr)
German (de)
Italian (it)
Spanish (es)
Chinese (zh)
Dutch (nl)
Portuguese (pt)
Swedish (sv)
Russian (ru)
Korean (ko)
Greek (el)
Afar (aa)
Abkhazian (ab)
1001
0514
0618
0405
0920
0519
2608
1412
1620
1922
1821
1115
0512
0101
0102
0106
0113
0118
0119
0125
0126
0201
0205
0207
0208
0209
0214
0215
0218
0301
0315
0319
0325
0401
0426
0515
0520
0521
0601
0609
0610
0615
0625
0701
0704
0712
0714
Afrikaans (af)
Amharic (am)
Arabic (ar)
Assamese (as)
Aymara (ay)
Azerbaijani (az)
Bashkir (ba)
Byelorussian (be)
Bulgarian (bg)
Bihari (bh)
Bislama (bi)
Bengali (bn)
Tibetan (bo)
Breton (br)
Catalan (ca)
Corsican (co)
Czech (cs)
Welsh (cy)
Danish (da)
Bhutani (dz)
Esperanto (eo)
Estonian (et)
Basque (eu)
Persian (fa)
Finnish (fi)
Fiji (fj)
Faroese (fo)
Frisian (fy)
Irish (ga)
Scots-Gaelic (gd)
Galician (gl)
Guarani (gn)
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Language
Gujarati (gu)
Hausa (ha)
Hindi (hi)
Croatian (hr)
Hungarian (hu)
Armenian (hy)
Interlingua (ia)
Interlingue (ie)
Inupiak (ik)
Indonesian (in)
Icelandic (is)
Hebrew (iw)
Yiddish (ji)
Javanese (jw)
Georgian (ka)
Kazakh (kk)
Greenlandic (kl)
Cambodian (km)
Kannada (kn)
Kashmiri (ks)
Kurdish (ku)
Kirghiz (ky)
Latin (la)
Lingala (ln)
Laothian (lo)
Lithuanian (lt)
Latvian (lv)
Malagasy (mg)
Maori (mi)
Macedonian (mk)
Malayalam (ml)
Mongolian (mn)
Moldavian (mo)
Marathi (mr)
Malay (ms)
Maltese (mt)
Burmese (my)
Nauru (na)
Nepali (ne)
Norwegian (no)
Occitan (oc)
Oromo (om)
Oriya (or)
Panjabi (pa)
Polish (pl)
Pashto, Pushto (ps)
Quechua (qu)
Input-code
0721
0801
0809
0818
0821
0825
0901
0905
0911
0914
0919
0923
1009
1023
1101
1111
1112
1113
1114
1119
1121
1125
1201
1214
1215
1220
1222
1307
1309
1311
1312
1314
1315
1318
1319
1320
1325
1401
1405
1415
1503
1513
1518
1601
1612
1619
1721
Language
Rhaeto-Romance (rm)
Kirundi (rn)
Romanian (ro)
Kinyarwanda (rw)
Sanskrit (sa)
Sindhi (sd)
Sangho (sg)
Serbo-Croatian (sh)
Sinhalese (si)
Slovak (sk)
Slovenian (sl)
Samoan (sm)
Shona (sn)
Somali (so)
Albanian (sq)
Serbian (sr)
Siswati (ss)
Sesotho (st)
Sundanese (su)
Swahili (sw)
Tamil (ta)
Telugu (te)
Tajik (tg)
Thai (th)
Tigrinya (ti)
Turkmen (tk)
Tagalog (tl)
Setswana (tn)
Tonga (to)
Turkish (tr)
Tsonga (ts)
Tatar (tt)
Twi (tw)
Ukrainian (uk)
Urdu (ur)
Uzbek (uz)
Vietnamese (vi)
Volapük (vo)
Wolof (wo)
Xhosa (xh)
Yoruba (yo)
Zulu (zu)
Input-code
1813
1814
1815
1823
1901
1904
1907
1908
1909
1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1917
1918
1919
1920
1921
1923
2001
2005
2007
2008
2009
2011
2012
2014
2015
2018
2019
2020
2023
2111
2118
2126
2209
2215
2315
2408
2515
2621
Setting the Parental Lock Level
This player lets you set the Parental Lock if the DVD has a
parental lock level recorded on it. With Parental Lock capable
discs, you can block access to material you feel is
inappropriate for your children. Refer to the DVD disc jacket
and the accompanying documentation to see if a particular
disc contains a parental lock level.
Make changes to the [Parental Lock] setting in the Setup
screen General menu. Please note that changes to the
Parental Lock level cannot be made when a disc is playing.
Stop playback of the disc before attempting to make any
changes.
You cannot select [Level] or [Country Code] until you have
registered a password. Select [Password] to register a new
password. See “Entering the Password” on the this page for
how to register a new password.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
■ Entering the Password
When you select either [Level] or [Country Code], it is
necessary to register the password (4-digit code number).
You’ll be asked to confirm your existing password before
registering a new one. Use the following steps at any time you
are asked to enter or confirm your password.
1 Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) or the number buttons to
select a number between 0 and 9.
You can also use the number buttons to enter the numbers
directly. When entering your password for the first time, or
changing it, you will be asked to reenter your password. When
using the number buttons to confirm the password, the numbers
appear as asterisks, and the cursor advances automatically to the
next position.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Prental Lock: Register Code Number
Setup Menu Mode — Expert
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock — Password
Bonus Group Level
Auto Disc Menu Country Code
Group Playback — Single
Move
RETURN
+/–
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: Password
(For information, refer to “Entering the Password”
on the this page.)
Level
(For information, refer to “Setting the Parental Lock
Level” on the following page.)
Playback cannot be started until the code number has been correctly
input by using the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) or the number buttons,
and ENTER has been pressed.
Return
Exit
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to move the cursor to a
different position in the password.
When all four numbers of the password have been entered,
“ENTER” appears on the screen.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Prental Lock: Register Code Number
1
Country Code
(For information, refer to “Setting the Country Code”
on the following page.)
When a DVD with a set Parental Lock level is loaded
ENTER
+/–
Move
0
1
9
ENTER
RETURN
SETUP
Return
Exit
3 Press ENTER to set the password.
The password is entered.
Notes
• Be sure not to forget your password. If you should forget it, reset
the system, and enter a new password. To reset the system, see
“Resetting the Player to System Settings” (page 64). Please note
that this procedure resets the system, and clears all saved
settings, not just the password.
• Some discs lock out violent scenes. Refer to instruction notes on
discs.
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Setting the Parental Lock Level
■ Setting the Parental Lock Level
Change the Parental Lock level to a higher or lower level
according to the settings printed on the DVD disc jacket or
accompanying documentation. If you use the Condition
Memory function to save the settings for a particular disc, the
Parental Lock level is saved as well. Because it is saved in
memory, Parental Lock levels can be set for individual discs
according to their content rather than a set level for all DVDs.
1 Select [Level] in the [Parental Lock] setting and press
ENTER.
■ Setting the Country Code
Change your Country Code whenever you feel it is necessary.
However, if you forget your existing password, you cannot
enter this screen to change it.
1 Select [Country Code] in the [Parental Lock] setting and
press ENTER.
The screen changes to the password input screen. To enter the
password, refer to “Entering the Password” on the previous page.
The Country Code selection screen appear.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Country Code
List of Codes
The screen changes to the password input screen. You cannot
select [Level] until you have registered a password. To enter the
password, refer to “Entering the Password” on the previous page.
Code (0~2)
us
2
1
1
9
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Parental Lock: Level Change
Level
1
2
3
4
5
+/–
Move
6
7
8
Off
RETURN
Move
ENTER
Select
SETUP
Return
Exit
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to adjust the Parental Lock
Level.
The lock icons appear “unlocked” up to the selected level to
indicate that access is available.
The screen changes to the password input screen. To enter the
password, refer to “Entering the Password” on the previous page.
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3/5/∞) or the number buttons to
enter the new password.
3 When the new password has been entered, press ENTER.
The new password is set and the screen returns to the General
menu screen. To go back to the General menu screen without
making any changes, press RETURN.
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SETUP
Return
Exit
For country codes which are only shown as a code, please refer
to “Country Code List” on page 63.
List of Codes
us
The new Parental Lock level is set and the screen returns to the
General menu screen. To go back to the General menu screen
without making any changes, press RETURN.
Change your password whenever you feel it is necessary.
However, if you forget your existing password, you cannot
enter this screen to change it.
1 Select [Password Change] in the [Parental Lock] setting
and press ENTER.
Select
2 Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to select either [List of
Codes] or [Code].
3 If you select [List of Codes], use the cursor buttons (5/∞)
to select the country.
3 Press ENTER to set the new level.
■ Changing the Password
RETURN
ENTER
If you select [Code], use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to input
the numbers of the input code.
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to change the position of the
cursor. You can also use the number buttons to enter the code.
Code (0~2)
2
1
1
9
4 Press ENTER to set the new Country Code.
To exit the screen without making any changes, press RETURN.
■ Group Playback
Country Code List
Country
Input-code
Country-code
ARGENTINA
AUSTRALIA
AUSTRIA
BELGIUM
BRAZIL
CANADA
CHILE
CHINA
DENMARK
FINLAND
FRANCE
GERMANY
HONG KONG
INDIA
INDONESIA
ITALY
JAPAN
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
0118
0121
0120
0205
0218
0301
0312
0314
0411
0609
0618
0405
0811
0914
0904
0920
1016
1118
1325
1324
1412
1426
1415
1611
1608
1620
1821
1907
0519
1905
0308
2023
ar
au
at
be
br
ca
cl
cn
dk
fi
fr
de
hk
in
id
it
jp
kr
my
mx
nl
nz
no
pk
ph
pt
ru
sg
es
se
ch
tw
2008
0702
2119
th
gb
us
MALAYSIA
MEXICO
NETHERLANDS
NEW ZEALAND
NORWAY
PAKISTAN
PHILIPPINES
PORTUGAL
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
SINGAPORE
SPAIN
SWEDEN
SWITZERLAND
TAIWAN, PROVINCE
OF CHINA
THAILAND
UNITED KINGDOM
UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA
Expert
DVD-Audio discs can have up to 9 groups of tracks. When set
to [Single], the selected group plays and then the disc stops, or
returns to the menu screen. Use Group Search (page 30) to
select the group to play. (You cannot use the track skip 4/
¢ or scan buttons 1/¡ in this mode.)
Set to [All] if you want to play all the groups on a disc
consecutively.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Menu Mode — Expert
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock — Off (us)
Bonus Group
Auto Disc Menu — On
Group Playback All
Single
Move
SETUP
Exit
Settings: All
Single (Default setting)
Notes
• You can also select groups to play from the disc main menu.
• Even if the player is set to [All] but you select a group to play from
the disc menu, only that group will play. If you stop playback, all
groups will play again when you restart playback.
• Even if the player is set to [Single] and all groups are selected,
only one group will playback.
■ Bonus Group
Expert
Some DVD-Audio discs have an extra ‘bonus’ group that
requires a 4-digit key number to access. See the disc
packaging for details and the key number. When you try and
play the bonus group, the key number input screen will
automatically appear, although it is also available from the
General menu. Input the number and press ENTER.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Setup Menu Mode — Expert
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock — Off (us)
Bonus Group Start
Auto Disc Menu — On
Group Playback — Single
Move
SETUP
Exit
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
Other Settings
■ Auto Disc Menu
Bonus Group: Key Number Input
Expert
This specifies whether the menu (Top menu) is automatically
displayed after loading a disc. Set to [On] if you want the
menu displayed automatically, or [Off] if you don’t want it
displayed.
Audio1 A2 Video1 V2 Language General
SETUP
ENTER
Return
Exit
Note
If you eject the disc, switch the power off, or unplug the power, you
will need to re-enter the key number.
Setup Menu Mode — Expert
Setup Navigator
Parental Lock — Off (us)
Bonus Group
Auto Disc Menu — On
Group Playback Off
Move
+/–
Move
Exit
Settings: On (Default setting)
Off
Note
Some DVD discs display a menu automatically regardless of this
setting. If you press £ while a disc is loading, this setting is ignored.
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SEND / LEARN
PRE
PR O G
RAMMED & LEARNING CAPAB
ILITY
Adjusting Audio and Video Settings
STANDBY
ON
TV.V
CR
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
MODE
VCR
RCVR
DV
TV
D
ANG L
AU
SUBTT
L
LA
ST
P
TO
2/3/5/∞
E
O
DI
M EN
U
VOL
ENTER
CH
RE
TU
R
UP
SET
N
VIDEO OFF
ENTER
SETUP
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
STEP/SLOW
M
MEN
U
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
SPEED
SURROUND
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
A-B
PICTURE
COND M
FUNCTION M
FUNCTION M
Memorizing Settings (Function
Memory)
Up to 5 settings can be memorized.
1
P
SETU
Recalling Memorized Settings
1
FUNCTION M
Press FUNCTION M.
Only memorized settings are displayed.
Press SETUP.
The Setup screen appears.
2
Use the cursor buttons (2/3) to
select the menu you want.
3
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to
select the setting to be memorized.
2
Use the cursor buttons (5/∞) to
select the menu to be recalled.
3
Press ENTER.
As each menu is selected with the cursor,
the settings appear below the menu
heading.
4
5
Press ENTER.
Resetting the Player to System Settings
FUNCTION M
Press FUNCTION M.
“FM” will appear on the screen, and the
setting will be memorized.
■ To clear the Function Memory
Press FUNCTION M again.
Note
Some settings cannot be memorized.
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To reset the player, press and hold 7 on the front panel.
Then press STANDBY/ON to turn the unit from standby to
on.
All program memory, saved settings from functions such as
“Video Memory”, “Last Memory” and “Condition Memory” are
cleared, TV System is reset to AUTO and all Setup screen
menus are returned to factory settings.
Programming the Commands
of Other Remote Control Units into the Remote Controller
Others
This remote controller features a learning function that allows you to program the remote codes of other remote control
units for more singular control of your home entertainment system. A number of commands can be programmed for
operation for when the remote controller is in DVD mode and when it is in Receiver mode. Please follow the procedure in
this section to program your remote controller to your preferences.
Programming procedure
The first step in the procedure is to determine whether the new command is to be learned in the DVD
mode or in the Receiver mode. Generally speaking, this should be decided by the command being
learned. After deciding which mode is to be used, you will then transfer the individual commands from the
other remote control unit to the RC-498DV remote controller one at a time. Each command is then
programmed to one of the available buttons on the RC-498DV remote controller.
Even after the commands have been programmed, keep the other remote control unit in a safe place in the
case that the programmed commands should be lost (e.g., when the batteries run down). If the commands
are lost, it will then be necessary to program them again.
1
Place the remote controller and the
other remote control unit of the
other component facing each other
at a distance of 5 to 15 cm apart.
2
While pressing and holding down
the desired MODE button (VCR or
TV) on the remote controller, press
SEARCH and then release both
buttons.
When you press and hold down the
desired MODE button, the SEND/LEARN
indicator lights up. When you press
SEARCH, the indicator turns off. When
you release both buttons, the indicator
lights up again.
5 to 15 cm
3
Press and release the button on the
remote controller to which you want
to transfer the new command.
The buttons that can be selected in this
step depend on the mode (other than
MODE (DVD, RCVR, TV, VCR)).
RC-498DV
SEND/LEARN
If you press the wrong button by mistake,
press the same button again. The SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes three times and
the remote controller exits the
programming mode. When this is the case,
start again at step 1.
SEND / LEARN
PRE
PR O G
RAMMED & LEARNING CAPAB
ILITY
STANDBY
ON
TV.V
CR
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
VCR
TV
MODE
VCR
RCVR
DV
TV
D
ANG L
D
AU
E
SUBTT
L
U
MEN
U
LA
ST
IO
P
TO
M EN
VOL
ENTER
CH
RE
TU
R
UP
SET
N
M
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
SPEED
SURROUND
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
PICTURE
A-B
COND M
FUNCTION M
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
+10
ENTER
SEARCH
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-498DV
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Programming the Commands of Other Remote
Control Units into the Remote Controller
Programming procedure
4
Press and hold down the button on
the other remote control unit that
corresponds to the command you
want to program until the SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes twice to
indicate that the command has
been successfully programmed.
After flashing twice, the SEND/LEARN
indicator lights up again.
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5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to program
other commands within the same
mode. Repeat step 2 to 4 to
program commands to the other
mode.
6
Press the MODE button (VCR or TV)
that you pressed in step 2 to
complete the programming.
7
Use the remote controller to
perform the newly learned
command to confirm that it was
learned correctly.
Notes
• Some buttons have already been programmed to control
functions of an Onkyo receiver. Therefore, it is recommended to
program additional functions of the receiver that are not already
programmed in the remote controller.
• If no buttons are pressed for more than 30 seconds during the
programming, or if you perform an invalid operation, the SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes three times quickly and the remote
controller exits the programming mode. Resume programming
from step 2.
• If you perform an invalid operation during programming, the
SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times quickly and the
remote controller exits the programming mode. Resume from
Step 2.
• When you want to program a command to a button to which you
have already programmed a command, simply follow the same
procedure and programming for that button will be overwritten.
• The remote controller uses infrared rays to send its commands,
as do most other remote control units. Though most remote
control units can be memorized by the remote controller, be
aware that some remote control units use a system that is quite
different from the remote controller and therefore may not be able
to be programmed.
• Some remote control units have a single button that performs
multiple functions (for example, the function may change each
time the button is pressed). If this is the case, each function must
be programmed to a separate button on the remote controller.
• Once you have programmed the commands from the other
remote control unit, refer to the instructions supplied with the
other component to operate.
• Make sure that both the remote controller and the other remote
control unit have new batteries. If either of them has batteries
that are low, you may not be able to program the commands of
the other remote control unit properly into the remote controller.
• Removing the batteries from the remote controller for at least 10
minutes erases all of the commands that have been programmed
in the remote controller.
SEND/LEARN
SEND / LEARN
PRE
PR O G
RAMMED & LEARNING CAPAB
ILITY
STANDBY
ON
TV.V
CR
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
VCR
TV
MODE
VCR
RCVR
DV
TV
D
ANG L
AU
LA
ST
P
TO
M EN
U
RE
TU
R
VOL
UP
SET
N
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
You can only erase memorized commands and not
preset ones.
M
MEN
U
ENTER
CH
Erasing the programmed command
from one button
SUBTT
L
E
O
DI
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
SPEED
SURROUND
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
PICTURE
A-B
1
Press and hold down the desired
MODE button for the command,
press the SEARCH button, and then
release both buttons.
2
When you press the button, the SEND/
LEARN indicator turns off. When you
release the button, the indicator lights
again.
3
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
0
SEARCH
ENTER
SEARCH
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-498DV
Erasing all the commands
programmed under a MODE button
1
Press and hold down the desired
MODE button, press the SEARCH
button twice, and then release both
buttons.
When you release the buttons, the SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes twice slowly and
then lights again.
The SEND/LEARN indicator flashes twice.
The memorized command is erased.
If no button is pressed for more than 30 seconds during the
programming, the SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times
quickly, and the remote controller exits the programming mode.
Resume from Step 1.
1
+10
Press and release the same button
again.
Note
FUNCTION M
4
-- / ---
When you release the buttons, the SEND/
LEARN indicator lights.
Press and release the button for the
command you wish to erase.
COND M
2
Press and release the same MODE
button again.
When you release the button, the SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes twice slowly. This
erases all the commands memorized to
the MODE button.
Notes
• If no button is pressed for more than 30 seconds, the SEND/
LEARN indicator flashes three times quickly and the remote
controller exits the programming mode. Resume Step 1.
• If you perform an invalid operation during programming, the
SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three times quickly and the
remote controller exits the programming mode. Resume from
Step 1.
• If many commands have been programmed to the MODE button,
then the SEND/LEARN indicator may remain lit for some time
during Step 2. This is not a malfunction.
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Register the Codes of Other Unit's Remote
Controllers
Register the codes of other unit's (TV
or VCR) remote controllers
Use this feature to register the remote codes of other
remote control units. Please look up your TV/VCR from
list of remote control codes starting on page 69.
1
While pressing and holding down
the desired MODE button (VCR or
TV) on the remote controller press
+10 and then release both buttons.
When you press and hold down the
desired MODE button, the SEND/LEARN
indicator lights up. When you press the
DISPLAY button, the indicator turns off.
When the SEND/LEARN indicator turns
off, release the buttons and the indicator
lights up again.
2
Use the number buttons on the
remote controller to input the
TV/VCR three digit remote control
code.
The SEND/LEARN indicator flashes twice
slowly to indicate that the command has
been successfully programmed.
If you perform an invalid operation, the
SEND/LEARN indicator flashes three
times quickly. Follow the same procedure
again.
SEND/LEARN
Operate other units with the registered
codes
If you are unable to operate other units with the
RC-498DV remote, perform the registration procedures
again.
RC-498DV button names
TV
(ON)
(STANDBY)
CH +
CH –
VOL%
VOLfi
A/AUDIO SEL/TV/VCR
VIDEO OFF/M/MUTING
£
7
¡
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10
0
ENTER/SEARCH
(PAUSE)
POWER
POWER
Program Channel +
Program Channel –
Volume +
Volume –
TV/VCR
Mute
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10, --/--0
ENT, OK
VCR
POWER
POWER
Program Channel +
Program Channel –
TV/VCR
Play
Stop
FF
FR
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
+10
0
ENT, OK
PAUSE
SEND / LEARN
PRE
PR O G
RAMMED & LEARNING CAPAB
ILITY
TV.V
CR
EC
CTTO
ORR
PUT SELLE
NP
IIN
VCR
TV
MODE
VCR
RCVR
DV
TV
D
ANG L
D
AU
SUBTT
L
E
LA
ST
IO
P
TO
M EN
U
RE
TU
R
M
MEN
U
VOL
ENTER
CH
Erasing Registered codes
STANDBY
ON
UP
SET
N
1
Remove the batteries from the
remote controller.
2
While pressing and holding down
the ON and STANDBY buttons,
reinsert the batteries.
3
Press the SEARCH button.
VIDEO OFF
DIMMER
DISPLAY
MUTING
AUDIO SEL
TV / VCR
STEP/SLOW
STEP/SLOW
PAUSE
SPEED
SURROUND
REPEAT RANDOM PROGRAM CLEAR
PICTURE
A-B
COND M
FUNCTION M
Note
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
SEARCH
-- / ---
+10
ENTER
REMOTE CONTROLLER
RC-498DV
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The above procedure will completely remove all registered codes
from the remote controller.
SEARCH
Preset Settings
■ TV
Brand
AIWA
AKAI
AUDIO SONIC
BELL&HOWELL
BLAUPUNKT
BRIONVEGA
CENTURION
COLTINA
CORONAD
CROWN
DAEWOO
DUAL
EMERSON
FENNER
FERGUSON
FISHER
FUNAI
FUJITSU GENERAL
GE•PANA
GE•RCA
GOLD STAR
GOODMANS
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
HYPER
INNO-HIT
IRRADIO
JVC
KENDO
KTV
LUXOR
MAGNAVOX
MARANTZ
MARK
MATSUI
MITSUBISHI
MIVAR
NEC
NOKIA
NOKIA OCEANIC
NORDMENDE
OKANO
ORION
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PIONEER
PROSCAN
QUASAR
RADIOSHARK
RCA
Remote Code
100, 101
102, 103, 104
105
106
107
108, 109
110
111, 112, 113
114
115, 116
117, 118, 119, 120, 121
122
123, 124, 125, 126, 127
128, 129
130, 131
132
133, 134, 135
136, 137, 138
139, 140
141
142, 143
144
145, 146
147, 148, 149, 150
151
152
103
153, 154, 155, 156, 157
158
159, 160
161
162, 163
164
165
166, 167, 168, 169
170, 171, 172, 173
174, 175
176, 177
178, 179, 180, 181
181
182, 183
152
184, 185, 186
187, 188, 189, 190
162, 191, 152
192, 193
194
195
196
141, 197, 198, 110, 199, 200
Brand
SABA
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SCHNEIDER
SEARS
SELECO
SHARP
SONY
SYMPHONIC
TELEFUNKEN
THOMSON
TOSHIBA
UNIVERSUM
ZENITH
Remote Code
201, 182, 183
202, 203, 204, 205, 206, 207, 208
209, 210, 211, 212
103
213
214, 215
216, 217
218, 219, 220, 221, 222, 223
224, 225
201, 226, 227
228
213, 229
230
231, 232
Note
In the case of multiple codes, register one at a time to find the
proper code.
69
Register the Codes of Other Unit's Remote Controllers
Preset Settings
■ VCR
Brand
AIWA
AKAI
BAIRD
BELL&HOWELL
BLAUPUNKT
CGM
COLTINA
DAEWOO
DIGTAL
EMERSON
FENER
FISHER
FUJITSU GENERAL
FUNAI
G.E.
GO VIDEO
GOLDSTAR
GOODMANS
GRUNDIG
HITACHI
JVC
LOEWE
MAGNAVOX
MITSUBISHI
NEC
NOKIA
NORDMENDE
OKANO
ORION
PANASONIC
PHILIPS
PHONOLA
PIONEER
RCA
SABA
SAMSUNG
SANYO
SCOTT
SELECO
SHARP
SHINTOM
SIEMENS
SONY
SYMPHONIC
TEKNICA
TELEFUNKEN
TOSHIBA
WHITE WESTINGHOUSE
WATSON
ZENITH
70
Remote Code
300, 301, 302
303, 304, 305, 306, 307
308
309
310
311, 312, 313
314
315, 316
317
318, 319, 320, 321, 322
323
324, 325, 326, 327
328
329
331, 330
332, 336, 337
333, 334
335
338
331, 382, 339, 340, 341
342, 343, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350
351, 352
353, 354, 355
356, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364
365, 366, 367
313
368, 369, 370
371, 372
319, 373
374, 375, 376, 377, 378
353, 379, 380
311
381
382
383
384, 385, 386, 387, 388, 389, 390
391, 392, 393
394
395
396, 397, 398, 399
400
401
402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409
410, 411, 412, 413, 423
414
414, 415
416, 417
418, 419, 420
333
421
422
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Check the following guide for the possible cause of a problem before contacting service. Refer also to the respective
instruction manuals of the connected components and TV.
Symptoms
The DVD Player doesn’t
switch on.
Causes
The disc tray comes back
out automatically, shortly
after the disc tray is closed.
• The disc is not placed properly on the disc • Use the disc tray guide to align the disc.
tray.
• The disc is dirty or warped.
• Refer to “Notes on Discs”.
• Region number does not conform with this • If the region number on the disc does not
unit.
match the number on the player, the disc
cannot be used.
25
The DVD Player does not
start playback.
• No disc is inserted.
• Insert a disc. (Check that “DVD,” “VCD,”
or “CD” is lit in the DVD Player’s display.)
• Check the playable discs.
• Place the disc with the playback side
down.
• Place the disc within the proper guide on
the disc tray.
• Eject the disc and clean it.
• Deactivate the parental lock function or
change the parental lock level.
25
• The mains lead is disconnected.
• The main power is set to OFF.
• There is external noise in the computer
circuits of the DVD Player.
• An unplayable disc is inserted.
• The disc is placed upside down.
DVD Player
• The disc is not placed within the disc tray
guide.
• The disc is dirty.
• The parental lock function is activated.
Remedies
• Check the connection of the mains lead.
• Turn on the main power.
• Switch off the main power, then switch it
on again. If not recovered, disconnect the
mains lead, then connect it again.
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20
20
–
6
5
6
25
25
6
61-62
The playback picture is
occasionally distorted.
• The disc is dirty.
• It is in fast forward or fast reverse
playback.
• Eject the disc and clean it.
• Sometimes a small amount of picture
distortion may appear. This is not a
malfunction.
6
–
Brightness is unstable or
noise is visible on the
playback picture.
• Copy protection is activated.
• Connect the DVD Player directly to the
TV. Avoid connecting the DVD Player to
the TV through a VCR.
15-17
The picture from the DVD
Player doesn’t appear on
the TV screen.
• The TV is not set to receive the output
signals from the DVD Player.
• The DVD Player is not properly
connected.
• Set the TV to the DVD Player’s input.
–
• Check the connections to the DVD
Player.
15-17
Settings are canceled.
• When the power is turned off by power
failure or by unplugging the power cord,
settings will be canceled.
• Before unplugging the power cord, press
STANDBY/ON and check that “--OFF--”
disappears in the display.
–
Playback doesn’t follow the
course of the disc’s
programs.
• The DVD Player is in repeat playback
mode, memory playback mode, or
random playback mode, etc.
• Resume normal playback.
32-36
The buttons on the remote
controller and DVD Player
do not operate.
• Power supply fluctuations or other
abnormalities such as static electricity
may interrupt correct operation.
• Switch off the main power, then switch it
on again. If not recovered, disconnect the
mains lead, then connect it again.
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mark appears on
screen.
• The selected function does not operate for
that disc.
–
–
mark appears on
screen.
• The operation is prohibited by the player.
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When making changes in
the Setup screen menus,
is displayed.
• There is a SACD, Video CD, CD or MP3
loaded in the player and the setting that
was changed only applies to DVD
performance.
• The setting will be effective the next time
a DVD is loaded.
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Some settings in the Setup
Menu do not appear.
• The [Setup Menu Mode] is set to [Basic].
• Set the [Setup Menu Mode] to [Expert].
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Can't perform frame
search, or the frame
number is not displayed.
• Check that the [Frame Search] option is
set to [On].
• You can only use frame search with DVDVideo discs.
• Frame numbers are only displayed with
DVD-Video discs, and only when the disc
is paused or during frame advance/
reverse.
• Set the [Frame Search] to [On] in the
setup screen.
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Troubleshooting
Symptoms
Frame search doesn't find
the frame number input, or
some frames are skipped
when using frame
advance.
SACD audio cannot be
output digitally.
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• SACD audio cannot be output digitally.
Select analog input for amplifier inputs for
analog sound.
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• The audio is connected to SURR 2.
• Connect to SURR 1.
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The surround sound level
is low.
• The selector switch is set to SURR 1+2.
• Set the selector switch to SURR 1.
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Cannot output 192kHz or
176.4 kHz digital audio.
• The player does not output digital audio at
these sampling rates.
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Cannot output 96kHz or
88.2 kHz digital audio.
• Some discs are digital copy protected and
do not output high sampling rate digital
audio.
• Check that the [Linear PCM] settings is
not set to [Down Sample On].
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• If this unit is connected to a non-DTS
compatible amplifier or decoder using a
digital audio cable, set [DTS Out] to
[DTS 3 PCM] in the Setup menu. If you
do not do this, noise will be output if you
try and play a DTS disc.
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• If this unit is connected to a DTScompatible amplifier or decoder using a
digital audio cable, check the amplifier
settings, and that the cable is properly
connected.
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Noticeable difference in
DVD, SACD and CD
volume.
• DVDs, SACDs and CDs use different
recording methods.
• This is not a malfunction.
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Picture disturbance during
playback or dark.
• This player is compatible with
Macro-Vision System copy guard. Some
discs include a copy protection signal and
when this type of disc is played back,
stripes etc., may appear on some
sections of the picture depending on the
TV.
• This is not a malfunction.
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No sound is reproduced.
• The Setup screen Audio menu [Linear
PCM Out] setting is set to [Down Sample
Off].
• The Setup screen Audio menu [Digital
Out] is set to [Off].
• A wrong sound signal conversion method
is selected.
• Either connect using the analog outputs,
or set [Linear PCM Out] in the Audio
menu to [Down Sample On].
• Set [Digital Out] to [On].
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• Check the current sound signal
conversion method, and select the right
setting.
• Press £ or 8 to exit the pause mode.
• Increase the volume level.
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• DTS audio is only output from the digital
output jacks. Connect the digital output on
the player to the digital input on a receiver
or amplifier with a built in DTS decoder to
hear DTS audio.
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• Change the aspect setting in the [TV
Screen] setting in the Setup screen Video
1 menu to the screen type most
appropriate to the TV or monitor you are
using.
• If you connected your TV with an S-Video
cord, in rare cases the TV picture may
appear stretched. In this case switch the
output from [S2] to [S1].
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• The pause mode is engaged.
• The volume level of TV or amplifier is set
to minimum.
• The DVD or CD is recorded in DTS audio.
The screen is stretched or
aspect does not change.
• The multi aspect setting is not
appropriate.
• The TV is connected with an S-video
cord.
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Remedies
• The player does not actually drop any
frames that are recorded on the disc
during operation. This is not a
malfunction.
No surround sound is
output.
No DTS audio output.
DVD Player
Causes
• You may experience this with discs
recorded in 24 frames/second
progressive scan format. With these
discs, the player 'misses' one frame every
six frames. For this reason, the frame
numbers do not appear continuous when
using frame advance, and it may not be
possible to display the exact frame you
searched for.
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DVD Player
Symptoms
The disc containing the
MP3 tracks won't play.
Some MP3 tracks appear
to be missing from a disc.
Causes
• The disc containing the MP3 tracks is not
formatted in ISO9660.
• The disc is not recorded in MP3 (MPEG-1
Audio Layer 3) format with a 32, 44.1 or
48kHz fixed bit rate.
Remedies
• Check that the track(s) are in the MPEG1
Audio Layer 3 format.
• Check that the sampling rate of the
track(s) are 44.1 or 48kHz.
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• The track name does not end in “.mp3” or
“.MP3”.
• This system will not recognize file that
does not end in ".mp3" or ".MP3" as an
MP3 track. Change the track name.
• This player only recognizes the first 250
folders and tracks on a disc. If there are
more folders/tracks than this, you will not
be able to play them.
• This player is not compatible with multisession discs. If the disc is multi-session,
you will only be able to play tracks
recorded onto the first session.
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• Insert new batteries.
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• Replace with new batteries.
• Point the remote controller at the remote
sensor of the DVD Player.
• Operate the remote controller within 5 m.
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• More than 251 folders and tracks are
recorded on a disc.
Remote Controller
• A multi-session disc is inserted.
The buttons on the DVD
Player operates but the
buttons on the remote
controller do not operate.
• No batteries are inserted in the remote
controller.
• The batteries are worn out.
• The remote controller is not pointed at the
remote sensor of the DVD Player.
• The remote controller is too far from the
DVD Player.
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Because the unit contains a microcomputer to provide advanced functions, it may malfunction due to external noise or static
electricity. If this happens, press the POWER switch on the unit and then press it again after about five seconds.
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Specifications
General
Power supply
USA & Canadian models
European models
South American models
World wide models
AC 120 V, 60 Hz
AC 230 – 240 V, 50 Hz
AC 230 – 240 V, 50 Hz
AC 120/220 – 230 V switchable, 50/60 Hz
Power consumption
USA & Canadian models
European models
Other models
40 W
38 W
36 W
Power consumption in standby mode
USA & Canadian models
European models
Other models
8.6 W
10.8 W
8.3 W
Weight
5.0 kg, 11.0 lbs.
External dimensions
435 × 91 × 314 mm (W/H/D), 17-1/8" × 3-9/16" × 12-3/8"
DVD Player
Signal system
USA & Canadian models
Other models
Standard NTSC
PAL/AUTO
Regional restriction code
USA & Canadian areas
European areas
South American areas
World wide areas
1
2
4
4, 3
Laser
Semiconductor laser, wavelength 650/780 nm
Frequency range (digital audio)
DVD linear sound:
DVD-Audio:
Audio CD:
SACD:
Signal-to-noise ratio (digital audio)
More than 118 dB
Audio dynamic range (digital audio)
More than 100 dB
Harmonic distortion (digital audio)
Less than 0.001 %
48 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 22 kHz
96 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 44 kHz
192 kHz sampling 4 Hz to 96 kHz
4 Hz to 20 kHz
4 Hz to 96 kHz
Wow and flutter
Below measurable level (less than ±0.001 % (W.PEAK))
Operating conditions
Temperature: 5°C to 35°C, Operation status: Horizontal
Outputs
RGB signal output (European models)
0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω, SCART socket × 1
Video output
1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., pin jack × 2
S-video output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., Mini DIN 4-pin × 2
(C) 0.286 V (p-p), 75 Ω
Component Signal output
(Y) 1.0 V (p-p), 75 Ω, negative sync., pin jack × 1
(Cb, Pb)/ (Cr, Pr) 0.7 V (p-p), 75 Ω
Audio output (European models)
2.0 V (rms), 440 Ω, SCART socket × 1
Audio output (digital output Optical)
– 22.5 dBm × 2
Audio output (digital output Coaxial)
0.5 V (p-p), 75 Ω, pin jack × 1
Audio output (analog audio)
2.0 V (rms), 440 Ω, pin jack (L, R) × 2
Audio output (5.1 channel analog audio) 2.0 V (rms), 440 Ω, pin jack (Lo/Lt, Ro/Rt, SL1, SR1, C, SW) × 1
1.4 V (rms), 440 Ω, pin jack (SL2, SR2) × 1
Specifications and features are subject to change without notice.
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