VER10720093020
MPEG4-DVD-PLAYER WITH
HDMI
DVX 3020
Symbol photo
USER MANUAL
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General
Imprint
All rights reserved. Any reproduction without consent of cmx® is
prohibited.
cmx® reserves the right to modifications of the device.
Designed by cmx® in Europe | Assembled in China
TM©2009 cmx electronics
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General
CONTEXTS
1. GENERAL ...................................................................................... - 5 1.1. Safety precautions................................................................. - 5 1.2. Disposal of waste electronic equipment ................................ - 5 1.3. Battery disposal ..................................................................... - 6 1.4. Copyright ............................................................................... - 6 1.5. Hearing protection ................................................................. - 6 1.6. Macrovision ........................................................................... - 6 1.7. Cleaning and maintenance ................................................... - 7 2. FEATURES..................................................................................... - 7 3. LOCATION OF CONTROLS ............................................................... - 8 3.1. Main unit - front ..................................................................... - 8 3.2. Main unit - rear ...................................................................... - 9 3.3. Remote control .................................................................... - 10 4. PREPARATION ............................................................................. - 12 4.1. Connection the device ......................................................... - 12 4.1.1. Connection with SCART cable ..................................... - 12 4.1.2. Connection with HDMI cable ........................................ - 13 4.2. Connect to hi-fi system ........................................................ - 13 4.3. Insert batteries..................................................................... - 13 5. START OF OPERATION AND CONFIGURATION .................................. - 14 5.1. Start of operation ................................................................. - 14 5.2. General operation................................................................ - 14 5.3. Configuration ....................................................................... - 14 5.3.1. System-Setup ............................................................... - 15 5.3.2. LANGUAGE SETUP .................................................... - 18 5.3.3. Audio Setup .................................................................. - 18 5.3.4. Video-Setup.................................................................. - 19 5.3.5. SPEAKER Setup .......................................................... - 19 5.3.6. DIGITAL SETUP .......................................................... - 20 6. FURTHER FUNCTIONS .................................................................. - 20 6.1. CD-Ripping .......................................................................... - 20 6.2. Programming ....................................................................... - 21 6.3. A-B....................................................................................... - 21 7. EXTERNAL COMPONENTS ............................................................. - 22 7.1. USB 2.0 ............................................................................... - 22 7.1.1. Music ............................................................................ - 22 -3-
General
7.1.1. PICTURE ...................................................................... - 22 7.1.2. Video ............................................................................ - 23 7.2. HDMI ................................................................................... - 23 8. TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................... - 24 9. WARRANTY ................................................................................. - 24 9.1. Warranty Procedure ............................................................ - 25 9.2. Warranty has expired .......................................................... - 25 9.3. Shipping the Unit ................................................................. - 26 10.IN THE BOX .................................................................................. - 29 11.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................... - 30 -
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General
1. General
1.1. Safety precautions
Only connect to mains power supply (230 Volt / 50 Hz).
Do not place containers filled with water on top of the device.
Do not place device in close proximity of water (e.g. sink, wash
basin, etc.). The device can fall into the water and cause a short
circuit.
The device consumes some power during standby operation. For
zero power consumption disconnect from mains power supply.
During a thunderstorm disconnect the device.
Place the device on a stable surface to recent it from tipping over
and causing damages or injuries.
Condensation can form if the device is placed in cold
surroundings. Leave the device for at least one hour in standby
mode.
Keep at least 10 cm distances at top and rear and 5 cm at the
sides for proper ventilation to avoid overheating.
Do not subject the device to direct sunlight or high temperatures,
this can result in fire.
1.2. Disposal of waste electronic equipment
Your product is manufactured from high quality
raw materials and should be recycled.
Ask you municipality for collecting points for waste
electronic equipment.
Do not dispose of old appliances with the
household waste.
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General
The symbol on the product, the instructions for use or the
packaging will advert about the methods for disposal.
1.3. Battery disposal
The law requires returning exhausted batteries to public collection
points or the dealer.
Do not dispose of exhausted batteries with the household waste.
1.4. Copyright
It is illegal to copy, send exhibit, broadcast via cable, publicly
show or rent copyrighted materials without consent.
1.5. Hearing protection
Select a moderate volume to protect your hearing.
Only turn the volume to a level where you can still hear ambient
noise.
1.6. Macrovision
This product incorporates copyright 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.
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Features
1.7. Cleaning and maintenance
Before cleaning disconnect from mains power supply.
Do not clean with liquid cleaning agents or a wet cloth, this can
cause a short circuit.
Cleaning the casing
Clean the casing with a dry cloth.
2. Features
Dive into the world of high definition with the cmx® DVX 3020! The
device is equipped with an HDMI port, USB 2.0 and CD-ripping
function.
Parental control, picture settings and other functions are also
available.
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Location of controls
3. Location of controls
3.1. Main unit - front
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2
3
4
5
Symbol photo
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POWER
ON/OFF
2
DRIVE
DVD drive
3
USB
Port for MP3-Player / USB-Stick
4
IR
Sensor for infrared remote control
5
LED
Display
6
II
7
EJECT
Start and pause playback
Open/Close the DVD drive
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Location of controls
3.2. Main unit - rear
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3
4
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9
Symbol photo
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L
Left audio channel
2
Y, Pb, Pr
Component output
3
SCART OUTPUT
Scart output for TV/ recorder
4
HDMI
HDMI digital audio/video output
5
R
Right audio channel
6
COAXIAL
coaxial digital audio output
7
VIDEO
composite video output
8
S-VIDEO
S-Video output
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OPTICAL
Optical Digital Audio output
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Location of controls
3.3. Remote control
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4
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STANDBY
ON/OFF
2
II PAUSE
pause playback
3
TIME
Quick select from a title
4
PBC
PBC activate/deactivate
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Location of controls
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0-9, 0/10, 10+
Numbers / digit entry (A-Z); 0;
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DVD/USB
Toggle between DVD / USB
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REPEAT
Select the playback mode
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ZOOM
Changing size of picture
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OSD
Disc information, including song information,
playback time, remaining time.
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SETUP
Opening the setting menu
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, , ,
ENTER
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TITLE
Display DVD title menu / Playback from the first
song
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A-B
Loop sequence activate/deactivate
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Rewind
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STOP
Stop playback
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Previous chapter / track
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Next chapter / track
18
VOL-
Decrease volume
19
forward
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VOL+
Increase volume
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R/L
Selecting sound channel
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MENU
Playback: open program menu (not every disc
supports)
Setup menu: return to main menu
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SLOW
Slow motion activate/deactivate
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Ls/Ps
Select video output: S-Video, YUV, RGB
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N/P
Stop mode: Toggle between AUTO/PAL/NTSC
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RESET
reset
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STEP
Single chapter playback
28
RESUME
Start on last point
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LANGUAGE
Selection from the language
,
Cursor button
Confirm the range
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Preparation
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SUB/COPY
Selection Subtitle , CD ripping
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ANGLE
Camera-angle setting (disk dependent)
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PROG
Programming
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MUTE
Mute the sound
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PLAY
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EJECT
Start the playback
Open and close the DVD drive
4. Preparation
4.1. Connection the device
Follow these steps to connect the DVD player.
Ensure that all units are turned off when connecting.
1. Connect the TV with the DVD player.
2. Connect the mains power cable to a wall outlet.
No connecting cables are supplied.
You can connect the DVD player in several modes to TV, set
recording device (e.g.: VCR) and other devices. Find details in
chapter 4.1.1.
Heed the user manuals for your TV set and the other devices.
4.1.1. CONNECTION WITH SCART CABLE
1. Connect the SCART cable into the SCART OUTPUT on the DVD
player.
2. Connect the SCART cable
with the TV.
To connect hi-fi systems
connect the cable to the DVD
player‘s R and L connectors.
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Preparation
4.1.2. CONNECTION WITH HDMI CABLE
1. Connect the HDMI cable into the HDMI jack HDMI on the DVD
player.
2. Connect the HDMI cable with the TV.
3. To connect video devices connect a SCART cable tot he DVD
player’s SCART Output connector.
To connect hi-fi systems connect the cable to the DVD player‘s R
and L connectors.
4.2. Connect to hi-fi system
For audio playback connect your hi-fi system via RCA cable to the
receiver.
1. Connect the R and L on the audio outputs from the stereo
system.
Do not connect your hi-fi’s phono input to the device; this can
damage your hi-fi system.
4.3. Insert batteries
The battery compartment is at the rear of the remote control.
1. Insert two AAA batteries (1, 5 V) observing the polarity (+ and -)
as marked inside the battery compartment.
Point the remote control towards the IR receiver on the main unit
(Range of 5 m with 60° angle to both directions).
The lifetime of the battery is approximately 6 months with normal
use.
To avoid damage remove the battery from the remote control
during extended periods of non-use.
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Start of operation and configuration
5. Start of operation and configuration
5.1. Start of operation
See the details in chapter preparation (see Fehler! Verweisquelle
konnte nicht gefunden werden. connection the system).
1. Select the AV channel on your TV set.
2. Go into the setup of the DVD player and set the correct output.
3. Insert a DVD and press
PLAY.
You can now watch the desired DVD.
5.2. General operation
For general navigation and control via remote control press
,
,
,
and confirm with ENTER. Besides navigation and control
via the cursor buttons you have the shortcut keys, which are
described in chapter 3.3 remote control.
5.3. Configuration
Press SETUP to display the main menu.
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
SCREEN SAVER
VIDEO
RESOLUTION
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
MPEG4 LANG
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANGUAGE
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Start of operation and configuration
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
MENU LANGUAGE
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
KEY
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
SHARPNESS
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
DIGITAL SETUP
OP MODE
DYNAMIC RANGE
DUAL MODE
5.3.1. System-Setup
Select the desired menu item and open the submenu by
pressing ENTER.
5.3.1.1. TV SYSTEM
Here you can select the TV standard
NTSC
Select for TV with NTSC signal system (Quite common
TV standard, especially in the U.S.A and Asia).
PAL
Select for TV with PAL signal system (European TV
standard).
AUTO
Automatically setting on DVD player
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Start of operation and configuration
5.3.1.2. SCREEN SAVER
The activated screen saver turns on, when you’re turned-on
DVD player is for more than 3 minutes in stop mode, open or
without disc.
5.3.1.3. VIDEO
Sets the connection type, with which you have connected the
device.
5.3.1.4. RESOLUTION
Select the type of video signal output via HDMI or YUV jack. If
the picture is not clear or to your satisfaction, then try another
option.
5.3.1.5. TV TYPE
Here you can set the TV type
4:3 PS
Picture is cut off on the left and right side
4:3 LB
Picture is with black bars on the top and bottom.
16:9
Wide screen
5.3.1.6. PASSWORD
1. Enter the password „0000“.
2. Press ENTER.
For changing the password, first enter the old password
and than the new password.
5.3.1.7. RATING
Some DVDs may have a parental level assigned to complete
disc or to certain scenes on the disc. This feature lets you set
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Start of operation and configuration
a playback limitation level. The rating levels are from 1 to 8
and are country dependent. You can prohibit the playing of
certain discs that are not suitable for your children or have
certain discs played with alternative scenes.
VCD, SVCD and CD have no level indication, so parental
control function has no effect on those kinds of discs. This
applies to most illegal DVD discs.
1 KID SAF
Kids material, recommended especially
for children and viewers of all ages.
2G
General Audience recommended as
acceptable for viewers of all ages.
3 PG
Parental Guidance suggested
4 PG13
Material is unsuitable for children under
age 13.
5 PG
Parental Guidance-restricted,
6R
recommended that parents restrict
children under 17 from viewing or allow
viewing only when supervised by a parent
or adult guardian.
7 NC17
No children under age 17 not
recommended
viewing for children under age 17.
8 ADULT
Should be viewed only by adults due to
graphic sexual material, violence or
language.
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Start of operation and configuration
5.3.1.8. MPEG4 LANG
Here you can choose between Central Europe and Western
Europe Select.
5.3.2. LANGUAGE SETUP
If your desired language is not on the disk, the player will
play the disc default language.
5.3.2.1. OSD LANGUAGE
Here you can set the OSD language.
5.3.2.2. AUDIO LANGUAGE
Here you can set the audio language.
5.3.2.3. SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Here you can set the subtitle language.
5.3.2.4. MENU LANGUAGE
Here you can set the menu language.
5.3.3. AUDIO SETUP
5.3.3.1. AUDIO OUT
SPDIF/OFF
Deactivation oft he Dolby digital decoder.
SPDIF/RAW
2.0, Select if your player is connected to a digital stereo
amplifier.
SPDIF/PCM
5.1, Select if your DVD player is connected tot he
amplifier by a coaxial cable.
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Start of operation and configuration
5.3.3.2. Key
Here you can set the tone from -4 to +4.
5.3.4. VIDEO-SETUP
5.3.4.1. BRIGHTNESS
Here you can set the brightness.
5.3.4.2. Contrast
Here you can set the contrast.
5.3.4.3. HUE
Here you can set the colour tone respectively colour shading.
5.3.4.4. SATURATION
Here you can set the saturation.
5.3.4.5. SHARPNESS
Here you can set the sharpness.
5.3.5. SPEAKER SETUP
5.3.5.1. Downmix
LT/RT
Stereo
Cinema sound, if the disc is recorded
in Dolby Digital Pro Logic
Stereo playback
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Further functions
5.3.6. DIGITAL SETUP
5.3.6.1. OP MODE
LINE OUT
The input signals are compressed and linear volume is
less. Recommended for the night's sleep.
RF REMOD
The volume is higher. Recommended for the day.
5.3.6.2. Dynamic Range
If the OP MODE LINE OUT select, adjust the dynamic.
If you select the highest setting, the compression ratio is the
lowest.
Select the lowest setting, the highest compression ratio is the
highest.
5.3.6.3. DUAL MODE
Here you can select the audio output fort he right and left
channel.
6. Further functions
6.1. CD-Ripping
You may rip music files directly from an Audio CD onto a USB
memory stick or any other memory card, in order for you to listen
tot he music files on your USB memory stick / MP3 player.
Press  or
you come in the menus music, pictures and
video.
menus
The
are
all
corresponding files are available.
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available
only
if
the
Further functions
1. Insert a CD.
2. Connect the USB memory stick / MP3 player or insert a
memory card.
3. Select a title or folder.
4. Press SUB/COPY on the remote control.
The ripping is starting.
If you select a folder, the complete folder is ribbed.
If you select a title only the title is ribbed.
6.2. Programming
1. During stop mode, press Program to display program menu.
2. Enter the track numbers and press ENTER.
3. Press
PLAY and ENTER to play tracks in the programmed
order.
With 0/10 you can delete a false title, but the cursor must be
at the right place.
6.3. A-B
1. During playback, press A-B for selecting starting point A of loop
sequence.
2. Press again A-B to set the end point.
The sequence between A-B will be repeated.
3. Press A-B (third time) to cancel the set loop sequence.
Not every disc supports this function. For CD and SVCD
playback, A and B must be located within the same track.
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External components
For DVD playback, A and B must be located within the same
chapter.
7. External components
7.1. USB 2.0
Extend your system by connecting your MP3 player or USB stick.
Do not disconnect the device when DVD/USB mode is
selected.
1. Connect your MP3 player or USB stick.
2. Press DVD/USB button until „USB“is displayed.
3. Press
PLAY to start playback.
To avoid damage only disconnect the device after pressing
the STOP button and selecting a different mode.
7.1.1. MUSIC
PLAY
Start playback
II PAUSE
Pause playback
Rewind up to 8x possible
Fast-forward up to 8x possible
Previous title
Next title
7.1.1. PICTURE
,
,
Rotate or mirror images
,
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External components
STOP
To return to the main menu
7.1.2. VIDEO
PLAY
Start playback
II PAUSE
Pause playback
Rewind up to 8x possible
Fast-forward up to 8x possible
Previous video
Next video
7.2. HDMI
The DVX 3020 has a built-in 1.2 HDMI output.
Featuring a very high data transfer rate, the HDMI supports all
digital video and audio formats of consumer electronics on the
market. HDMI 1.2 transfers audio data on up to 8 channels, of
frequencies up to 192 kHz with word length of up to 24 bits.
So far the HDMI organization has only provided for cables of
max.15 meters. A few cables of 20 meter length are available,
which do not in all cases work properly.
Longer cables generally need better high frequency properties in
order to ensure error-free data recovery at the HDMI receiver.
Cable quality and transfer properties of the HDMI receiver are
thus crucial for a smooth date transfer.
For cable lengths of up to 5 meters, cheaper cables are
absolutely sufficient; from 10 meter onwards, high quality cables
are less likely to feature transmission errors. Due to TMDS
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Troubleshooting
encryption used by HDMI, you may easily judge by the resulting
image quality whether such errors have occurred. “Flashing”
pixels or pixel chains clearly indicate transmission errors.
8. Troubleshooting
Contact the service hotline or uses the contact form on the homepage
in case of problems with the system are not dealt with here.
Malfunction
No picture / no sound
Remote control does not
Solution
„
Ensure the connectors.
„
Check the settings of the device.
„
Decrease the distance to the
system.
work
„
Exchange the battery.
„
Point the remote control towards
the system’s IR sensor.
Image black & white
„
Select
the
correct
colour
standard.
System does not respond.
Disconnect from mains power
„
supply and reconnect after a 15
seconds.
9. Warranty
This system comes with a 24-month warranty from the date of
purchase.
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Warranty
Please keep your purchase documents!
In case of manufacturing or material defects the warranty consists of
rectification of defects or exchange.
The warranty does not include damages or
malfunctions due to improper use
wear and tear
repairs by third parties
The warranty does not include
display damage
firmware update
Accidental damage.
Repair does not extend the warranty period.
9.1. Warranty Procedure
In case of malfunctions, please contact:
Your dealer
Service hotline
o
Austria: +43 0720 502671 – please dial with the zero!
o
Germany: +49 (0)180 166 66 264 621
o
Switzerland: +41 (0) 848 00 3322
Contact form – www.cmx-electronics.com
9.2. Warranty has expired
Please contact us by phone or contact form in case your warranty
has expired. We will help you!
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Warranty
Please inform us about the following:
Unit type
Purchase date
Malfunction
9.3. Shipping the Unit
To ensure a quick response, please observe the following in case
you send us the unit:
Send unit plus accessories
Send postage free to service center
Attach purchase documents
Attach filled-out warranty card
Error description
Example for error description
Wrong
Correct
Unit is defective
Unit does not respond
Unit malfunctions
Unit cannot be switched on
Please cut out the warranty card!
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Warranty
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Warranty
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In the box
10. In the box
Please contact your dealer directly in case one of the accessories
is missing or damaged.
Images are representative pictures for reference only!
Remote control
2 AAA batteries
Audio/Video cable
User manual
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Technical specifications
11. Technical specifications
Formats
Video
DVD / DVD-R / DVD-RW / DVD+R / DVD+RW /
SVCD / VCD
MPEG4
Audio
Audio-CD / CD-R / CD-RW / HDCD
MP3-CD, MP3-CD-R, MP3-CD-RW, MP3-DVD
Picture
JPEG / KODAK Picture CD
Signal outputs
Colour system
PAL / NTSC / AUTO
Audio system
Dolby Digital / Down mix / Stereo
Connectors
Inputs
USB 2.0
Outputs
2 channel audio
HDMI digital audio/video
composite video (CVBS)
component (YUV)
coaxial digital audio
optical digital audio
Scart: for VCR, TV
S-video
General
Dimensions
280 x 40 x 157 mm
Size of picture
4:3 LB, 4:3 PS, 16:9
Frequency response
4 Hz – 44 kHz +/- 1 dB
Mains power
AC 100-240 V ~ 50/60 Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio
90 dB
Power consumption
10 Watt (Standby <3 Watt)
Temperature
Operation: 0°C ~ 40 °C
Storage: -40°C ~ 65°C
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Technical specifications
www.cmx-electronics.com
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