DIGITAL HOME
THEATER SYSTEM
HT-DL100
QUESTO APPARECCHIO È PRODOTTO DA:
Instruction Manual
Volume
Standby
VIDEO
Function
Open/Close
Phones
COMPACT
COMPACT
DOLBY
AH68-00987B
D I G I T A L
VIDEO
DIGITAL AUDIO
DIGITAL VIDEO
Safety Warnings
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REMOVE REAR COVER. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified
as a CLASS 1 LASER product.
Precautions
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of procedures other
than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
Volume
VIDEO
Standby
OPEN/CLOSE
Function
Phones
Volume
Standby
VIDEO
CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage which
can cause electric shock is present inside this unit.
This symbol alerts you to important operating and
maintenance instructions accompanying the unit.
Function
OPEN/CLOSE
Phones
Ensure that the mains supply in your house complies whit that indicated on the identification sticker located at the back of your play. Install
your player horizontally, on a suitable base (furniture), with enough space around it for ventilation (7~10cm). Make sure the ventilation slots
are not covered. Do not stack other, or heavy devices on top over the player. Do not place the player on amplifiers or other equipment which
may become hot. Before moving the player ensure the disc tray empty. This player is designed for continuous use. Switching off the DVD
player to the stand-by mode dose not disconnect the electricity supply In order to separate the player completely from the mains,it has to be
disconnected by unplugging the main plug, especially when left unused for a long period of time.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not
expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH
WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
Wiring the Main Power Supply Plug(UK Only)
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The main lead on this equipment is supplied with a moulded plug incorporating a fuse. The value of the fuse is indicated on the pin
face of the plug and if it requires replacing, a fuse approved to BS1362 of the same rating must be used.
Volume
Standby
VIDEO
Volume
Standby
Function
VIDEO
Function
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN/CLOSE
Phones
Phones
During thunderstorms, disconnect the main plug from the
socket.
Main voltage peaks due to lightning could damage the unit.
Do not expose the unit to direct sun radiation or other heat
sources.
This could lead to overheating and malfunction of the unit.
Never use the plug with the fuse cover removed. If the cover is detachable and a replacement is required, it must be of the same
colour as the fuse fitted in the plug. Replacement covers are available from your dealer.
If the fitted plug is not suitable for the power points in your house or the cable is not long enough to reach a power point, you should
obtain a suitable safety approved extension lead or consult your dealer for assistance.
Volume
Standby
VIDEO
However, if there is no alternative to cutting off the plug, remove the fuse and then safely dispose of the plug. Do not connect the
plug to a main socket as there is a risk of shock hazard from the bared flexible cord.
Function
OPEN/CLOSE
Phones
Never attempt to insert bare wires directly into a main socket. A plug and fuse must be used at all times.
IMPORTANT
The wires in the main lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:–
BLUE = NEUTRAL
BROWN = LIVE
As these colours may not correspond to the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as
follows:–
The wire coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter N or coloured BLUE or BLACK.
The wire coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal marked with the letter L or coloured BROWN or RED.
WARNING: DO NOT CONNECT EITHER WIRE TO THE EARTH TERMINAL WHICH IS MARKED WITH
THE LETTER E OR BY THE EARTH SYMBOL
, OR COLOURED GREEN OR GREEN
AND YELLOW.
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Protect the player from moisture(dripping or splashing and that no objects
filled with liquids,such as vases, shall be placed on the player), and excess
heat(e.g.fireplace) or equipment creating strong magnetic or electric fields
(i.e.speakers...) disconnect the power cable from the mains electricity supply
if the player malfunction. Your player is not intended for industrial use but
for domestic purposes only. Use of this product is for personal use only.
Condensation If your player or disc have been stored in a cold atmosphere.
as for example during transportation in the winter, wait for approximately 2
hours until they have reached room temperature.
The battery used in this product contains the chemicals that
are harmful to the environment.
Do not dispose of batteries in the general household waster. It
is recommended that the replacement of the battery should be
done by technician.
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Contents
VIDEO
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~ 6
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) offers fantastic audio and video, thanks to Dolby
Safety Warnings
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Digital surround sound and MPEG-2 video compression technology. Now you can
enjoy these realistic effects in the home, as if you were in a movie theater or concert
hall.
Precautions
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Description
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Remote Control Unit
7
Place and Connect Speakers
9
Connections
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Before using the DVD Player
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DVD Playback
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Forward/Reverse Searching
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DVD players and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in
order for the disc to play. If the codes do not match, the disc will not play.
The Region Number for this player is given on the rear panel of the player.
Slow Playback/checking the Remaining Time
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Repeat Playback
17
Using Disc Menu/Title
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(Your DVD player with the same regional code will only play DVDs that are labeled with identical region
codes.)
Program Playback
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Selecting the Audio Language/ Subtitle Language
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Various DVD Functions
22
¥To enlarge an image
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¥Selecting the desired Screen Angle
¥To move directly to a title, chapter, or time
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Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
System Setup
23
Laboratories.
Setting up the Language Features
25
Controlling a TV with the Remote
26
Speaker Setup
27
Listening to the Radio
31
Presetting stations
32
About RDS broadcasting
33
DSP/Sleep Functions
35
Troubleshooting
36
Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs
38
Disc Type and Protection
39
Specification
40
Reference
41
C
1992-1997 Dolby Laboratories Inc. All rights reserved.
Copy Protection
¥ Many DVD discs are encoded with copy protection. Because of this, you should only connect your
DVD player directly to your TV, not to a VCR. Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted picture
from copy-protected DVD discs.
¥ This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by methods 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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Description
Rear Panel
Front Panel
Function button
Play/Pause (
Power (
) button
Stop ( ) button
Tuning Down & Skip (
Tuning up & Skip (
) button
) buttons
) buttons
VIDEO OUT SELECT SWITCH
SCART JACK
Use the switch to set video out
Connect to a TV with scart input jack.
Standby indicator
Volume control
Volume
Standby
AV OUT
Y/C
WARNING : SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN.
A V I S : RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR.
VIDEO
R-REAR-L
WOOFER
CENTER
VIDEO
ANTENN A
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
AM
COMP.
R-FRONT-L
Function
VIDEO OUT
L
Open/Close
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
FM
11
R
Phones
6
3
6
6
AUX IN
SPEAKERS
Headphone Jack
TUNER indicator
STEREO indicator
SURROUND
indicator
PRO LOGIC indicator
PROGRAM
indicator
DTS Disc indicator
TUNED
PRO LOGIC
ST
TITLE
PROGRAM
RADIO
FREQUENCY
indicator
DSP
indicator
If the TV is equipped with an S-Video
input connector (S-VIDEO IN), connect it
to the player's S-Video output jack.
External Audio
Component Input
Connector
PBC
indicator
TITLE indicator
FM Antenna
Connector
S-Video Output Connector
5.1 Channel Speaker
Output Terminals
Display
D I G ITAL
SPEAKERS
Open/Close button
Disc Tray
AM Antenna
Connector
Video Output Connector
Connect the TV's video input jacks
(VIDEO IN) to the VIDEO OUT
connector.
Accessories
PBC MHZ
DSP KHZ
LINEAR PCM
L
C
R
LFE
LS S RS
SPEAKER indicator
DOLBY DIGITAL
indicator
5
Remote Control
Video/Audio Cable
AM Antenna
FM Antenna
User's Manual
System States Display
LINEAR PCM indicator
6
Remote Control Unit
Range of Operation of the Remote Control
Insert Remote Batteries
1
DVD POWER button
TV
TV Power button
Channel
DVD
DVD button
Band
TUNER button
TUNER
AUX
TV
TV/VIDEO button
Title
Menu
Audio
Subtitle
Channel
Title
Menu
Subtitle
Audio
MO/ST
Title button
Menu button
Subtitle button
Audio
2
TV/VIDEO
Band
VIDEO
Funetion
DVD HOME THEATER SYSTEM HT-D100
TV Volume Control button
DVD
AUX
AUX button
TV Channel Selection button
Volume
Standby
Phones
Volume
TUNER
Remove the battery cover on
the back of the remote by
pressing down and sliding the
cover in the direction of the
arrow.
The remote control can be used up to
approximately 23 feet/7 meters in a straight line.
It can also be operated at a horizontal angle of
up to 30° from the remote control sensor.
Insert two 1.5V AAA batteries,
paying attention to the correct
polarities (+ and –).
30
30
7~10m
Play/Pause button
Volume
MO/ST
Display
Return
Go To
Stop button
TV/VIDEO
3
Skip buttons
DVD/CD/TUNER
Tuning Up/Down button
MO/ST(mono/stereo) button
Tuning
Down
Replace the battery cover.
Up
Display
Return
Go To
Display button
Return button
Go To button
+
Effect button
Volume
DSP Mode
Effect
Mute
RDS Display
Number(0~9) buttons
Slow button
Angle button
TA
1
2
3
PTY-
PTY Search
PTY+
4
5
6
7
8
9
Slow
Sound Edit
Sleep button
Mute button
Repeat
Repeat
Y/C
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
COMP.
R-FRONT-L
VIDEO OUT
L
CAUTION
SPK Mode
Setup
Test Tone
D.R.C
Clear
Program
Step
Zoom
Remain
AV OUT
Sound Edit
SPK Mode
Pro Logic
0
TV/System
A B
Repeat button
Speaker output volume control
Pro Logic
Angle
Test Tone
Sound Edit button
SPK Mode button
Pro Logic button
Test Tone button
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHO
DO NOT OPEN
S-Video (Better Quality)
If you television is equipped with an S-Video
input, connect an S-Video cable (not supplied)
from the S-VIDEO OUT jack on the back panel of
the system to the S-VIDEO IN jack on your
television.
R
6
AUX IN
SPEAKERS
Clear button
Step button
TV System/Zoom button
Setup button
Repeat A↔B button
TV
Program button
D.R.C button
Composite Video (Good Quality)
Connect the supplied video cable from the VIDEO
OUT jack on the back panel of the system to the
VIDEO IN jack on your television.
Volume Control buttons
Sleep
DSP button
RDS Selection button
Connect Video to TV
Direction/Enter button
Enter
AV IN
Composite
Video
S-Video
Scart (Best Quality)
If you television is equipped with an SCART input,
connect an Scart Jack (not supplied) from the AV
OUT jack on the back panel of the system to the
SCART IN jack on your television.
Remain button
If your TV SCART terminal with Y/C-COMP. selector, you can get a better picture quality by
setting Y/C-COMP.selector to Y/C . in this case , you need to set Y/C-COMP. selector of the
center unit to Y/C.
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8
Place and Connect Speakers
Connect Antenna
AV OUT
Y/C
COMP.
Connecting the AM (MW)/LW Aerial
1. Complete assembly of the supplied AM loop antenna by
rotating the base and snapping it into place.
2. Connect the two wires from the AM loop antenna to the AM
ANTENNA connector on the back panel. Press down on the
thumb lever to insert each wire, and then release to lock the
wires in place.
VIDEO
ANTENN A
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
AM
VIDEO OUT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
FM
75
Connecting the FM Aerial
Connect the supplied FM antenna to the “FM 75Ω COAXIAL”
connector on the back panel. If noise or interference occurs, use
an external antenna with a 75Ω coaxial cable (not supplied).
Connect the supplied
AM and FM antennas
Connecting your System to the Power Supply
The main lead must be plugged into an appropriate socket.
AV OUT
VIDEO
Y/C
Before plugging your system into a main socket, you must check
the voltage.
ANTENN A
ANTENNA
S-VIDEO
AM
COMP.
VIDEO OUT
Speaker Placement
1. Plug the main lead (marked AC Cord on the rear of the
system) into an appropriate socket.
2. Press the On/Standby button to switch your DVD Player
system on.
L
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
FM
75
R
Arrange the 6 speakers as shown in your listening area.
● Front Speakers : Set the front speakers so that they are aligned at ear level and at a horizontal angle of 45 degrees to the primary
listening area.
● Rear Speakers : Set the surround speakers further back, parallel to the walls, at 2 to 3 feet above the ear level of the primary
listening area. If the space behind the listening area is limited (i.e., close to the wall), place the rear speakers facing each other on
either side.
● Center Speaker : The center speaker should be positioned with its top surface flush with the front speakers. However, you may
place the speaker either on top of or next to your TV set.
● Subwoofer : Place the subwoofer at any convenient location within the vicinity of the listening area.
Listening on headphones
Use headphones for private listening pleasure (not supplied).
Speaker Connections
Connect the headphones to the HEADPHONES jack of the front
panel.
Standby
VIDEO
Function
1. Make sure the power is turned off before connecting the speakers to prevent possible damage to the speakers.
2. Connect each red and black speaker wire to the system’s back panel as shown, being careful to connect each speaker to its
correctly labeled output.
3. To insert each color-coded wire, press down on the red and black thumb levers and then release them to lock the wires in place.
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• No sound is produced from the speakers.
• To prevent hearing damage, do not raise the volume level
excessively when using headphones.
Open/Close
Phones
HEADPHONE jack
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Connections
Before Using the DVD Player
Your DVD player is capable of playing DVD, VCD, and CD discs.
User instructions may vary depending on the type of disc. Read the instructions
carefully before use.
AUX Connections
1
Use these connections if necessary.
Turn on the power
TV
VIDEO IN
Picture can be shown
only when the TV’s video
input connector (VIDEO
IN) is connected to the
VIDEO OUT connector.
Prepe- to your DVD player
rations and TV.
before
TV
use
¥
AV OUT
Y/C
VIDEO
AM
R-FRONT-L
VIDEO OUT
L
3
Select a video mode by
pressing the TV/VIDEO
button.
Press the DVD button
to select the DVD input
function.
TV/VIDEO
DVD
The word INVALID appears on screen!
If this message appears on the TV screen while buttons are being
operate, the operation is not possible with that particular disc.
ANTENN A
S-VIDEO
COMP.
2
¥
If your TV model is not SAMSUNG, refer to “Remote Control Unit
Setup” on page 26.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
FM
75
COAXIAL
R
6
Audio Cable (Red/White)
SPEAKERS
TV System
TV System Selection
If the external analog
component has only one
output jack, you may
connect either L or R.
Zoom
Press the TV System button while in stop mode.
¥ Each time the TV System button is pressed, “NTSC, PAL” are
selected in this order.
Different countries use different types of TV broadcast systems, video,
audio and channel systems.
Example : The player cannot playback PAL-encoded DVD with NTSC-TV.
External Analog
Components
R
L
Connect to external equipment with
analog output.
Example: Video, TV, LDP, etc.
¥ Always connect the video and
audio connection cables to the
equivalent colored jack.
CD-R/RW playback compatibility
¥Your DVD player can also play CD-R and CD-RW discs recorded in digital
Making Digital/Analog Input Selection
Remote Control
Main Unit
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Press the AUX button and select AUX IN.
Press the Function button and select AUX IN.
audio format. When recording your own CD-R or CD-RW discs, make sure that
the recording session is properly terminated, or they will not be playable.
(Depending on disc properties and recording quality, some CD-R/RW may not
be playable.)
¥CD-RW has a lower reflection rate than CD-R media and consequently it will
take a longer to read CD-R discs.
¥CD-RW discs recorded at high speed tend to be difficult for the DVD player to
read. If the recording speed for the CD-RW disc is not predetermined, write it
at low speed.
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DVD Playback
Display
Using the On-Screen Display
Press the Display button on the remote.
Press the Open/Close button
to open the disc tray.
Open/Close
Display
¥ The button is located only on the Front
T1/2
VIDEO
C 1/8
00:00:00
Panel of the player (not on the remote).
DVD indicator
Insert a DVD disc.
Playback starts
automatically.
¥ Place a disc gently into the tray with the
VIDEO
TITLE indicator
CHAPTER indicator TITLE ELAPSED
indicator
Display
VIDEO
disc’s label facing up.
KOR
KOR 1/3
SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
indicator
AUDIO LANGUAGE
indicator
Press the Open/Close button
again to close the disc tray.
OFF
1/1
ANGLE indicator
REPEAT indicator
DISC TYPE indicator
Open/Close
Display
The On-Screen Display disappears.
Stopping Playback
Pausing Playback
Press the Play/Pause (
playback.
) button during
¥ To resume, press the Play/Pause (
)
button again.
¥Depending on the disc, the initial disc
information screen may look disc to disc.
¥When playing a DVD containing MPEG
format, video may not be reproduced
correctly and you may get picture distortion.
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Press the Stop (
) button during playback.
¥During playback, when the Stop ( )button is pressed,
the position is stored in the memory, and
STOP is
shown on the display.
When the Play/Pause (
) button or Return button is
pressed subsequently , playback resumes from the
position at which it was stopped.
¥If the Stop ( ) button is pressed a second time, the
resume play' memory function is canceled, and
STOP is shown on the display. When the Play/Pause
(
)button is pressed, playback starts from the
beginning.
Mute
What is a Title?
Turning the sound off temporarily?
A movie contained in a
DVD disc.
Press the Mute button during playback.
What is a Chapter?
to greet the guests or answer the telephone.
Each Title on a DVD
disc is divided into
several smaller sections
called "chapters".
¥This operation may be useful when you need
If the player is left for more than 5 minutes
in pause mode, it will stop.
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Forward/Reverse Searching
During playback, you can search quickly through a chapter or track for a specific scene
or tune.
Playing Slowly
button is pressed
Slow
Press the Slow button.
Each time the
X2
▲
▲
Each time the
button.
▲
▲
and
▲
▲
▲
▲
High-Speed Playback
Press the
Slow Playback/Checking the
Remaining Time
button is pressed
Each time the Slow button is pressed
X2
SLOW 1/2
X4
X4
SLOW 1/4
X8
The slow playback speed changes
and the selections (1/2X, 1/4X, 1/8X,
1/16X and normal play) are repeated.
X8
PLAY
¥
▲
PLAY
PLAY
playback (reverse playback) is possible on DVDs.
When playing a VCD or CD,
the reverse slow playback will
not work.
Remain
and
▲
▲
Press the
▲
▲
Skipping through a Chapter
Checking the Remaining Time
button.
Press the Remain button.
¥ For checking check the total time and the
¥ Each time the button is pressed during playback, it moves to the next
remaining time of a title or chapter being played.
or previous chapter and plays it.
¥ However, you cannot skip forward or backward through consecutive
the chapters.
Each time the Remain button is pressed
SEARCH
SEARCH
Step
Playing Frame by Frame
Press the Step button.
¥ The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is pressed.
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TITLE TIME
TRACK TIME
REMAIN TIME : TITLE
REMAIN TIME : TRACK
CHAPTER TIME
DISC TIME
REMAIN TIME : CHAPTER
REMAIN TIME : DISC
No sound is heard during
high-speed playback, slow
playback, and step motion.
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Repeat Playback
Using Disc Menu/Title
Repeat playback allows you to repeat a chapter, title, or track.
Repeat
Menu
To Select the Disc Menu
Playing Repeatedly
You can use the menus for the audio language,
subtitle language, profile, etc. DVD menu contents
differ from disc to disc.
Each time the Repeat button is pressed
1
2
Use the Up/Down (▲ / ▼ ) or
Left/Right( / ) button to
access the different features.
¥ The Menu Screen appears.
¥ When playing a VCD version
3
Press the Enter button.
▲
Press the Menu button during
playback.
▲
Press the Repeat button.
¥ The selected item will play.
2.0, you can operate it using
PBC On/Off function.
Title
Repeat playback operation is not possible with
version 2.0 VCD discs if PBC is turned on.
To operate this feature, press the MENU
button, and then select "PBC OFF".
A↔B Repeat Playback
1
2
Using the Title Menu
Repeat
A B
For DVDs containing multiple titles, you can
view the title of each movie.
Depending on the disc, this function may either
not work at all, or may work differently.
Press the Repeat A↔B button at the
beginning (A) of the segment you want to
review.
Press the Repeat A↔B button again at
the end (B) of the segment you want to
review.
¥ The segment will begin repeating.
To return to normal playback
Press the Repeat A<–>B button again.
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Program Playback
Use this function with video and music CDs to play the tracks in a particular order.
Program
To Program Tracks in a particular order
Press the Program button.
Press the Enter button then
use the Number buttons to
select the desired title.
PLAY :
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
FINISH : PROGRAM
▲
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
4
Press the Enter button.
¥ The selected track number is
programming and the cursor
moves to the next number.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
1
2
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
FINISH : PROGRAM
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
NEXT
FINISH : PROGRAM
5
At this time, you can continue
programming if you want to.
Press the Enter button, then
use the Number buttons to
select the desired chapter.
2
Press the Up/Down ( ▲ / ▼ )
button to select the track
number to be changed.
¥ You can use also just the
Left/Right (
/
/ ▲ / ▼ ) button.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
TITLE CHAPT
6
7
8
9
10
Press the Clear button and
then press the Number
buttons.
¥ The cursor moves to the next
¥ You can use also just the
number when the Enter button
is pressed again.
4
Left/Right (
/
) button.
5
Press the Enter button.
NEXT
Repeat steps 1-4 above to
change the program.
FINISH : PROGRAM
¥ The cursor moves to the
number below.
To Playback the
Tracks in the
Programmed Order
¥ When programming more than
10 tracks, select NEXT and
then press the Enter button.
The program selection screen
where you can program up to
10 additional tracks appears.
To delete the entire Program
Press the Play/Pause
(
) button.
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
7
3
2
3
4
2
4
5
PREVIOUS
PLAY :
¥ Press the Stop (
) button twice during playback.
¥ Press the Stop (
) button once when in the Stop mode.
¥ Press the Open/Close (
TITLE CHAPT
6
4
1
6
2
7
3
4
8
5
5
9
1
2
10
NEXT
) button on the main unit.
The disc tray will open and then close. The program will then
be deleted.
FINISH : PROGRAM
When you have entered a
wrong number
To Cancel the Programming
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Press the Enter button to
select the title and chapter to
be changed.
▲
PROGRAM MENU SELECT : ENTER
also just the
/ / ▲ / ▼ ) button.
1
▲
Left/Right (
▲
¥ You can use
TITLE CHAPT
1
2
3
4
5
PREVIOUS
3
▲
2
▲
1
To Change the Program
Press either the Program button or Stop (
) button.
Clear
You can program or change
particular tracks for VCD or CD
discs in the same manner.
Press the Clear button.
¥ When you want to delete a selection during
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programming, select the track (or chapter, or title) to be
deleted and then press the Clear button.
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Selecting the Audio Language/Subtitle Language
Audio
Selecting the Audio Language
MO/ST
¥ Depending on the number of languages recorded on a DVD disc, a
different audio language (KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, etc.) is
selected each time the button is pressed.
KOR
KOR 1/3
TV System
To enlarge an image
Zoom
Press the Zoom button.
Press the Audio button.
VIDEO
Various DVD Functions
OFF
¥ Only 2X zoom
¥ Images can be enlarged 2x and 4x.
¥ During DVD playback, press the
operation is
possible during
VCD playback.
ZOOM button to zoom in
2X/4X/normal, in that order.
1/1
ENG 2/3
JAP 3/3
Angle
¥ Depending on the disc, DTS or DIGITAL PRO LOGIC can be
selected.
Selecting the desired Screen Angle
Press the Angle button.
¥ This function only works with discs on which multiple angles have been recorded.
¥ During playback, press the Angle button to select the desired angle in 1/3, 2/3, 3/3,
normal, in that order.
OFF
1/3
Subtitle
Selecting the Subtitle Language
2/3
Press the Subtitle button.
3/3
¥ Depending on the number of languages recorded on a DVD disc, a
different subtitle language (KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, etc.)
is selected each time the button is pressed.
¥ To make the subtitles disappear, select "OFF".
VIDEO
KOR 1/3
Go To
To move directly to a title, chapter, or time
KOR 1/1
OFF
1/1
2
Press the Go To button.
Press Number(0~9) button or the
Left/Right ( / ) button.
JAP 3/3
▲
OFF
¥ The word INVALID appears on the TV screen!
¥ If this message appears on the TV screen while buttons are being
operated, that operation is not possible with that particular disc.
¥ Depending on the disc, the audio or subtitle language function
¥ Each time the button is pressed, it repeats as shown below.
▲
1
ENG 2/3
¥ Each The desired scene is
located and then played.
VIDEO
TITLE
T1/2
C 1/8
00:00:00
VIDEO
T1/2
CHAPTER
C 1/8
00:00:00
VIDEO
TIME
T1/2
C 1/8
:
00:00:00
:
¥ Depending on the disc, the Title
function may not work.
may not work.
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System Setup
You can use the DVD player's Setup function to select the TV screen ratio,
rating limit, or digital output mode.
Setup
To Set up the System
TV SCREEN(TV SCREEN RATIO)
Select when you want to watch a 16:9 screen ratio DVD movie on a TV with a 4:3 ratio screen.
1
2
3
4:3LB
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
Press the Up/Down ( ▲ / ▼ )
button to select the desired
item.
▲
Press the Left/Right ( / )
button to select the system.
▲
From the stop mode, press
the Setup button.
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
4:3PS
16:9
Setup : Exit
You can see the full 16:9 picture, but black bars will appear at the
top and bottom of the screen.
You can only view the central portion of the 16:9 screen.
You can view in wide screen but the top and bottom of the picture
will be cut off.
¥ However if the movie is recorded in 4:3 ratio, you cannot view the full 16:9 picture with the
above functions.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
LANGUAGES
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
TV SCREEN
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
Setup : Exit
SYSTEM
: Move
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
Setup : Exit
: Move
SYSTEM
RATING LEVEL
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
The Rating Level function works in conjunction with DVDs which have been assigned
a rating, to help control the type of DVD that your family watches.
Setup : Exit
LANGUAGES
TV SCREEN
4
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
5
▲
Press the Enter button or Right (
) button.
: Move
Press the Up/Down ( ▲ / ▼ ) button to select the
desired sub-item and then press the Enter
button.
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
BITSTREAM
▲
TV SCREEN
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
SYSTEM
4:3 LB
OFF
BITSTREAM
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
TV SCREEN
4:3 LB
OFF
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
: Move
Setup : Exit
BITSTREAM
LPCM
: Move
2. Use the number(0~9) buttons to input
a 4-digit password.
¥ The player’s password is set to "7890" by
default.
When the rating level
password has been forgotten
While the player is in the stop
mode, hold the Stop ( ) button
down on the main unit for more than
5 seconds.
¥ "INITIAL" appears on the display and
all default settings will return to
Factory Preset.
Setup : Exit
RATING LEVEL
DIGITAL OUTPUT
LANGUAGES
1. Select RATING LEVEL, then press the
Enter button.
Setup : Exit
LANGUAGES
: Move
¥ Move to the detailed items.
¥ Then press the Left ( ) button to return to the previous step.
SYSTEM
Setup : Exit
3.Use the Up/Down (▲ / ▼ ) button to select either RATING LEVEL or
NEW PASSWORD, and then press the Enter button.
¥ There are up to 8 rating levels on a disc.
¥ If LEVEL 6 is selected, a disc which contains rating LEVEL 7 and above cannot
be played.
¥ If you select NEW PASSWORD, the screen changes and enables you to enter
the new password.
Setup : Exit
Setup
To End the System Setup
¥ Press the Setup button again.
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Setting up the Language Features
Controlling a TV with the Remote
The remote can also be set up to control most TVs. To program the remote, use the code that
corresponds to your brand.
Using the DVD player's Setup function, you can customize the Menu
Language, Subtitle Language, and Disc Menu Language.
Setup
To set up the language feature
1
2
Press the Setup button from the stop mode.
Press the Up/Down ( ▲ / ▼ ) button to select
the desired item.
1
2
3
Turn on the TV.
Point the DVD’s remote at the TV.
DVD
TUNER
Title
Menu
Audio
Subtitle
AUX
TV
Band
Channel
Volume
3
MO/ST
Display
Return
Go To
TV/VIDEO
TV
While holding the
your brand.
Code
Brand
button down, enter the code for
DVD/CD/TUNER
Tuning
Down
Code
Up
Brand
Enter
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
: Move
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHI NESE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
Setup : Exit
: Move
Setup : Exit
OSD LANGUAGE
(PLAYER MENU LANGUAGE)
AUDIO
(AUDIO LANGUAGE)
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
(SUBTITLE LANGUAGE)
3
(DISC MENU LANGUAGE)
4
▲
Press the Enter button or Right (
) button.
Press the Up/Down ( ▲ / ▼ ) button to select
the desired language and then press the Enter
button.
¥ Move to the language features.
¥ Then press the Left ( ) button to return the previous step.
LANGUAGES
SYSTEM
ENGLISH
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
ENGLISH
AUDIO
CHINESE
CHINESE
CHINESE
FRENCH
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
Setup : Exit
: Move
SHARP 3
ZENITH
LG 3
DAEWOO 8
SANYO 2
EMERSON
SHARP 3
SAMSUNG 4
MATSUSHITA
NOBLEX
TELEFUNKEN
NEWSAN
LOEWE
RCA2
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
+
Volume
DSP Mode
Effect
RDS Display
Mute
Sleep
TA
Sound Edit
1
2
3
PTY-
PTY Search
PTY+
4
5
6
7
8
SPK Mode
Pro Logic
Slow
9
Setup
Test Tone
D.R.C
Clear
0
Angle
TV System
Zoom
Repeat
Repeat
Program
Step
Remain
Echo
A B
¥ If your TV does not switch
from VIDEO mode to TV
mode, press the TV
) button
POWER(
twice.
TV
button,
If the TV turns off, setup is complete.
SYSTEM
OSD LANGUAGE
SUBTITLE
MENU LANGUAGE
SAMSUNG 1
SHARP 2
SONY
MAGNAVOX
SANYO 1
LG 2
RCA
LG 1
TOSHIBA
HITACHI
JVC
PANASONIC 1
MITSUBISHI 2
SAMSUNG 2
SAMSUNG 3
example : For SAMSUNG 1TVs
While holding down the
enter
.
4
▲
LANGUAGES
: Move
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
GERMAN
Setup
: Exit
JAPANESE
D.R.C
Dynamic range compression (DRC) function
This function allows for fullness of sound with Dolby Digital effect even
when playing at low volumes during night time listening.
Press the D.R.C button.
¥ The selection switches back and forth between
Setup
To End the Language Features Setup
“D.R.C. ON” and “D.R.C. OFF” each time the
button is pressed.
¥ This function only works when in the Dolby Digital mode.
TUNED
PRO LOGIC
D I G ITAL
TITLE
ST
PROGRAM
SURROUND
PBC MHZ
DSP KHZ
LINEAR PCM
L
C
R
LFE
LS S RS
¥ Press the Setup button again.
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Speaker Setup
Test Tone
Speaker Setting Methods
Press the TEST TONE button.
Sound Edit
¥ Depending on the number of languages recorded on a DVD disc, a
To set up Speaker Balance
2
Use the Left/Right (
adjustment.
¥ Each time the button is pressed the selection switches as shown below.
/
▲
Press the Sound Edit button.
▲
1
different audio language (KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, etc.) is
selected each time the button is pressed.
L
Test Tone
) button to make
C
LFE
LS
To End the Language Features Setup
R
RS
¥ Press the Test Tone button again.
While in DSP or PRO LOGIC mode, TEST TONE may
operate differently for VCDs or CDs
Example: 5.1CH Sound Setup
D I G ITAL
L
LS
OFF, range of -6~0
C
R
LFE
S RS
D I G ITAL
L
LS
OFF, range of -6~-0
C
R
LFE
S RS
Rear Speakers: L level, R level
D I G ITAL
L
LS
range of -6~-00~+6
C
R
LFE
S RS
Center Speaker
D I G ITAL
L
LS
range of -6~-00~+6
C
R
LFE
S RS
Rear Speakers
D I G ITAL
L
LS
C
R
LFE
S RS
Pro Logic
Selecting Dolby Pro Logic
Front Speakers: L level, R level
range of -6~-00~+6
Subwoofer Speaker
Press the Pro Logic button.
Converts encoded Dolby Pro Logic 2 channel sound (example: external input
received by Stereo VCR is Dolby Digital 2 channel) to 4 channel sound. This
feature is unavailable in DVD mode.
1
2
Press the Function Selection button to
select the desired function.
Press the PRO LOGIC button.
¥ Select from FM, AM, AUX IN.
¥ You can also press the Stop (
)
button on the front panel of the main unit.
¥ Each time the Pro Logic button is pressed
PRO LOGIC
L
R
PRO LOGIC : Left, Center, Right, Subwoofer and
Surround Channel
PRO LOGIC
L
The display changes depending on the current audio output
mode (DSP, PROLOGIC, 3-STEREO, STEREO, etc.).
R
3-STEREO : Left, Center, Right and Subwoofer
Channel
L
R
STEREO : Left, Right and Subwoofer Channel
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Speaker Setup
SPK Mode
Setting up Speaker Mode
and Delay Time
Press the SPK Mode button.
(A)=Df-Dc
¥When 5.1 Channel Surround Sound is played,
¥ Each time the button is pressed, a different mode selection is
displayed on the front panel display as shown below.
DIGITAL
L
F SP SMALL
Front speaker: Small
DIGITAL
R
C SP SMALL
RS
L
Center speaker: Small
DIGITAL
L
C
LFT
R
C
LFT
LS
R
RS
▲
C
LFT
You can select either C-SP SMALL or
C SP NONE
C-SP NONE by using the Left/Right
Center speaker: Not Use ( / ) buttons.
DIGITAL
DIGITAL
R SP SMALL
RS
L
LS
C
LFT
R
R SP NONE
RS
Rear speaker: Not Use
You can select either R-SP SMALL or
R-SP NONE by using the Left/Right
( / ) buttons.
you can enjoy the best sound if the distance
between you and each speaker is the same. You
can set Delay Time in the Center/Rear Speaker to
customize the sound to the acoustics of your room.
¥Setting Center Speaker
If the distance of Dc is equal to or longer than the
distance of Df in the figure, set the mode as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the
table on the table.
¥Setting Rear Speakers
If the distance of Df is equal to the distance of Ds
in the figure, set the mode as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the
table.
Distance of (A)
Value(ms)
50
100
400
200
1.3
2.6
3.9
5.3
Ideal Center Speaker Position
Dc
Df
(B)=Df-Ds
Distance of (B)
Value(ms)
200
5.3
400
10.6
600
15.9
Dc: Distance from center speaker to
listening position
Df: Distance from front speakers to
listening position
Ds: Distance from rear speakers to
listening position
Ds
Ideal Rear Speaker Position
Arrange all speakers within a circle
as shown in the figure.
▲
Rear speaker: Small
▲
L
LS
LS
M
o
d
e
R
RS
▲
S
p
e
a
k
e
r
C
LFT
LS
To set the delay time
DIGITAL
L
C
LFT
LS
R
Speaker Setting Methods
SW SP USE
RS
Subwoofer: Use
DIGITAL
L
C
LFT
LS
Delay
Time
R
C DEL
MS
Setting up Delay Time from 00~05ms
Front Speakers
Setting up Delay Time from 00~15ms
Set the front speakers so that their tweeters (high-range) are
aligned at about ear level and at a horizontal angle of 45° to the
prime listening position.
RS
Center Speaker Delay Time
DIGITAL
L
LS
C
LFT
R
R DEL
MS
RS
Rear Speaker Delay Time
Volume
Standby
DIGITAL
COMPACT
SURROUND
DIGITAL VIDEO
DOLBY
VIDEO
DIGITAL
MIC Vol .
Function
Min
Max
OPEN/CLOSE
Phones
MIC
Center Speaker
Ideally the center speaker should be positioned with its top
surface flush with the front speakers. However, you may place
the speaker either on top or near the bottom of your TV set.
The display changes depending on the current audio output mode
(DSP, PROLOGIC, 3-STEREO, STEREO, etc.).
Rear Speakers
Set the rear speakers further back parallel to the walls, at
60 to 90 centimeters (2 to 3 feet) above prime listening
position ear level.
If the space behind the listening position is insufficient
(i.e., too close to the wall), place the rear speakers facing
each other on either side.
Subwoofer Speaker
Place the subwoofer at any convenient location within
the vicinity of the listening position.
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Listening to the Radio
Presetting stations
You can listen to the chosen band (FM or AM broadcast stations) by using either the
automatic tuning or manual tuning operation.
You can store up to:
FM
AM(MW)
LW
15 FM stations
8 MW stations
7 LW stations
Frequency Modulation
Medium Wave
Long Wave
Example: Presetting FM 89.1 in the memory
2
1
¥ The selection toggles back
and forth between "FM" and
"AM" each time the
Tuner(Band) button is
pressed.
1
2
3
Select a broadcast station.
Press the Tuner(Band) button
and select the FM band.
Auto Station 1
Auto Station 2
When the
button is pressed, a preset
broadcast station is selected.
▲
▲
Press the Tuner(Band)
button.
▲
▲
Remote
Control
Unit
Use the
and
button to tune into 89.1
Select the MANUAL by
pressing the Stop ( ) button
on the main unit.
¥ The selection toggles back and forth between "FM" and "AM"
each time the Tuner(Band) button is pressed.
Hold in the
button. Automatic searching
begins, and then stops when a station is tuned in.
MHZ
L
MHZ
R
L
L
R
R
Manual Station Press the
button to tune to the chosen
station. The frequency changes incrementally in either
direction each time the corresponding button is pressed.
2
Select a broadcast station.
Auto Station 1
4
5
Press the Program button.
Manual Station
Use the
and
button to select FM2.
Press the Program button.
Press the
button to select the PRESET mode.
Then press the
button to select a station
stored in the preset
¥ The preset stations operation is
completed.
PROGRAM
Auto Station 2
6
▲
▲
Main
Unit
▲
▲
1
Press the Function button to
select the desired band (AM
or FM).
Press the Stop (
) button to select the MANUAL
mode on the front panel. Then hold in the
button to make the unit begin automatically searching
for broadcast stations.
Press the Stop ( ) button to select the MANUAL mode front
panel. Press the
button to tune to the desired
station. The frequency changes incrementally in either direction
each time the corresponding button is pressed.
L
MHZ
R
PROGRAM
L
R
MHZ
MHZ
L
R
¥ When using this feature for the
first time, be sure to store the
station in the preset memory at
FM1 as the unit does not come
preprogrammed with default
presets.
Audio
To Listen in Mono/Stereo
MO/ST
Press the MO/ST button. (only FM)
¥ The selection toggles back and forth between “STEREO” and “MONO”
To change the Preset Stations
¥ Store the changes while repeating
To store other Channels
Repeat steps 3 to 5 above.
steps 1 to 4 above.
each time the MO/ST button is pressed.
¥ In a poor reception areas, select Mono mode for a clear, interference-free
broadcast.
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About RDS broadcasting
PTY (Program Type) indication and PTY-SEARCH function
Using the RDS (Radio Data System) to receive FM stations
One of the advantages of the RDS service is that you can locate a particular kind of program from the
preset channels by specifying the PTY codes.
RDS allows FM stations to send an additional signal along with their regular program signals.
For example,the stations send their station names,as well as information about what type of program
they broadcast, such as sports or music,etc.
To search for a program using the PTY codes
When tuned to an FM station which provides the RDS service,the RDS indicator lights up on the display.
Before you start, remember...
¥ Description on RDS function
¥ The PTY Search is only applicable to preset stations.
¥ To stop searching any time during the process, press PTY SEARCH while searching.
¥ There is a time limit in doing the following steps. If the setting is cancelled before you finish, start from
1. PTY (Program Type) : Displays the type of programme currently being broadcast
2. PS NAME (Program Service Name) : Indicates the name of broadcasting station and is composed of 8 characters.
3. RT (Radio Text) : Decodes the text broadcast by a station (if any) and is composed of maximum 64 characters.
4. CT (Clock Time) : Decodes the real time clock from the FM frequency.
¥ Some stations may not transmit PTY, RT or CT information therefore this may not be displayed in all cases.
5. TA (Traffic Announcement) : When this symbol flashes it shows that the traffic announcement is in progress.
step 1 again.
¥ When pressing the buttons on the primary remote control, make sure that you have selected the FM
station using the primary remote control.
1
2
¥ RDS is not available for AM (MW) broadcasts.
¥ RDS may not operate correctly if the station tuned is not transmitting RDS
signal properly or if the signal strength is weak.
What information can RDS signals provide?
Press PTY SEARCH while listening to an FM station.
Press and hold PTY-or PTY+until the PTY code you
want appears on the display window, while "PTY
SELECT"is flashing.
¥ The display gives you the PTY codes described to the right.
RDS Display
You can see the RDS signals the station sends on the display.
TO show the RDS signals
Press RDS DISPLAY while listening to an FM station.
Each time you press the button, the display change to show you the following information:
PS (Program Service) : While searching,"PS"appears and then the station names will be
displayed."NO PS" appears if no signal is sent.
PTY (Rrogram Type) : while searching,"PTY" appears and then the type of the broadcast program will
be displayed. "NO PTY"appears if no signal is sent.
RT(RadioText) : while searching,"RT"appears and then text messages the station sends will be
displayed. "NO RT"appears if no signal is sent.
Frequency : station frequency (non-RDS service)
1
3
Press PTY SEARCH again, while the PTY code selected
in the previous step is still on the display.
¥ The center unit searches 15 preset FM stations,stops
when it finds the one you have selected, and tunes in
that station.
DVD
TUNER
Title
Menu
Audio
Subtitle
When the display shows PS,PTY,or RT signals,the following haracters are used.
¥ The display window cannot differentiate upper case and lower case lrtters and always uses upper
case letters.
¥ The display window cannot show accented letters, “A,” for instance, may stans for accented “A’s” like
“À, Â, Ä, Á, Åand Ã.”
TV
Channel
Volume
MO/ST
Display
Return
Go To
TV/VIDEO
DVD/CD/TUNER
Tuning
Down
Up
Enter
+
Volume
DSP Mode
About characters shown in the display
AUX
Band
Effect
RDS Display
1
2
PTY-
PTY Search
4
5
7
8
Mute
Sleep
TA
Sound Edit
3
PTY+
SPK Mode
6
Pro Logic
Slow
9
Setup
Test Tone
D.R.C
Clear
0
Angle
TV System
Repeat
Repeat
Zoom
Program
Step
Remain
Echo
A B
1,3
2
If searching finishes at once,“PS”,“PTY”,and “RT” will not appear on the display.
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DSP/Sleep Function
DSP Mode
Troubleshooting
Problem
To Select a DSP
Press the DSP Mode button.
What is a DSP?
¥ The DSP mode toggles in the following
order each time the DSP button is pressed:
HALL ➔ THEATER ➔ PAVILION ➔
DANCE CLUB ➔ LIVE CLUB.
The disc tray does not
open.
DSP synthetically recreates the sound
field to achieve a more realistic,
powerful sound.
¥ DSP mode cannot be selected when a microphone is connected.
¥ When playing a DVD containing MPEG format, video may not be reproduced correctly
To increase Effect level
Disc does not play.
Playback does not start
immediately when the
Play/Pause button is pressed.
¥ Check whether the disc has any scratch marks or is deformed?
¥ Is the power cord plugged securely into the power outlet?
¥ No sound is heard during high-speed playback, slow playback,
What is a Effect?
No sound is produced.
EFFECT1 ➔ EFFECT2 ➔ EFFECT3 ➔
OFF(DEFAULT).
Each time the button is pressed the selection
moves to the next effect.
¥ The higher the number, the stronger the DSP
surround effect will be.
This sets the strength of the DSP
mode.
and step motion playback modes.
¥ Are the speakers properly connected? Is the speaker Setup
correctly customized?
¥ Is the disc installed with the label side facing up?
¥ Is the disc severely damaged?
The disc may be dirty. Wipe off fingerprints or dirt.
Sleep
Picture does not appear; sound
is not produced; the disc tray
opens 2-5 seconds later.
¥ Was the player moved suddenly from a cold pace to a warm one?
Sound quality is
irregular.
¥ Are the speaker cables loose?
¥ Is there any dirt or debris at the end of the speaker connector?
Dolby Digital 5.1 Channel
Surround Sound is not
being reproduced.
¥ Does the disc being played show the “Dolby Digital 5.1CH” mark ?
To set up Sleep
Press the Sleep button.
What is the
Sleep function?
¥ Each time the button is pressed the selection
toggles as follows: SLEEP 10 ➔ SLEEP 20
➔ SLEEP 30 ➔ SLEEP 60 ➔ SLEEP 90
➔ SLEEP 120 ➔ SLEEP 150 ➔ OFF.
To Review Sleep Setting
You can set the delay time so that
the unit powers off automatically
after a preset period of time.
¥ The remaining time for the selected Sleep time is
displayed.
) button
¥ Check the region number of the DVD.
¥ DVD discs purchased abroad may not be playable.
¥ This player cannot play CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, etc.
¥ Check the rating level of the DVD.
Press the Effect button.
¥ The effect level can be set in steps from 1 to 4
¥ Is the disc installed with the label side facing up?
¥ Is the power cord plugged securely into the power outlet?
¥ Turn off the power to the unit by pressing the Power (
and turn it back on.
and you may get picture distortion.
Effect
Check
When condensation forms inside the player, remove the disc
and let the player stand for 1 or 2 hours with the power on. (You
can use the player after the condensation disappears.)
5.1-channel sound is reproduced only if the disc is recorded with
5.1 channel sound.
¥ Is the DVD player connected to the proper speakers?
¥ Pressing the button once again changes the Sleep
time from the last setting.
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Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs
Small scratches on the disc may reduce sound and picture quality or cause breaks
in playback. Be especially careful not to scratch discs when handling them.
Problem
Check
Handling and Storing Discs
¥ Is the TV power turned on?
¥ Are the video cables properly connected?
¥ Is it the player in PAUSE mode?
¥ Is your TV’s video format (NTSC/PAL) set correctly?
When you get fingerprints or dirt on the
disc, clean it with a mild detergent diluted
in water and wipe with a soft cloth.
¥ The disc revolves but no
picture appears.
¥ Picture shows interference Press the NTSC/PAL button once again to change the current selection.
¥ Is there any dirt on the disc, or is the disc damaged?
and quality is poor.
¥ It may not be possible to play some DVD discs due to poor manufacture.
¥ When a dark scene changes to a bright scene during playback, the
¥ When cleaning, wipe gently from the inside to the
outside of the disc.
screen may flicker vertically. Some disturbance is normal.
¥ Is the remote control being used within the appropriate distance
Remote control unit does
not operate.
and angle of operation for the unit?
¥ Are there any obstacles between the remote control unit and the
remote control sensor?
¥ Are the batteries dead? Is it time to replace the batteries with new ones?
Audio or subtitle language
does not operate.
The Menu button is
pressed but the Menu
screen does not appear.
The screen ratio cannot
be changed.
The desired radio station
cannot be tuned in.
¥ The audio or subtitle language features does not operate with
DVDs that do not include multiple audio or subtitle languages.
¥ Is the remote control being used within the appropriate distance
and angle of operation for the unit?
¥ Are the batteries dead?
¥ Does the disc have a Menu?
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Disc Storage
Do not keep in direct
sunlight
Keep in a cool
ventilated area
Keep in a clean
Protection jacket.
Store vertically.
¥ You can play 16:9 wide DVDs in 16:9 WIDE mode or 4:3 LETTER
BOX mode or 4:3 PAN-SCAN mode; but 4:3 encoded DVDs only
show in 4:3 ratio. Refer to the DVD disc jacket and then select the
appropriate function.
¥ Is the antenna installed properly?
¥ When the antenna's input signal is weak, install an external FM
antenna in an area with good reception quality.
¥ The password for the
rating level has been
forgotten.
¥ The DVD player is
malfunctioning.
Condensation may form if warm air comes into
contact with cold parts inside the player. When
condensation forms inside the player, the
player may not operate correctly. If this occurs,
remove the disc and let the player stand for 1
or 2 hours with the power on.
¥ While the player is in the stop mode, hold the Stop (
) button
down on the main unit for over 5 seconds."INITIAL" appears on the
display and all settings will return to the Factory Preset condition.
¥ Do not allow the discs to become contaminated
with dirt.
¥ Do not load cracked discs or discs that are
scratched.
The RESET function erases all settings; do not use this
function unless necessary.
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Disc Type and Protection
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
Usable Discs
Disc Types
Marks
Recording
Types
Disc Size
12cm
DVD
VIDEO
Audio + Video
8cm
DIGITAL VIDEO
Max. Playing Time
Approx. 240 min. (Single-sided)
Approx. 480 min. (Double-sided)
Approx. 160 min. (Single-sided)
Approx. 160 min. (Double-sided)
12cm
COMPACT
VIDEO-CD
DIGITAL AUDIO
20 min.
12cm
COMPACT
74 min.
DIGITAL
SOUND
D I G I T A L
Dolby Digital
disc
DTS Disc
Digital Audio
disc
STEREO
Stereo disc
20 min.
NTSC
PAL
NTSC broadcast PAL broadcast
system in USA, system in U.K,
Canada, Japan,
France,
South Korea, etc.. Germany, etc.
Do not use the following types of disc!
¥ LD, CDG, CD-I, CD-ROM and DVD-ROM cannot be played on this player.
¥ DVD discs purchased abroad may not play on this player.
If such discs are played, a "WRONG REGION CODE" message appears on the TV screen.
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V
I
D
E
O
Audio
8cm
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F U
N
M
E
R
T
A U
N
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R
74 min.
Audio + Video
8cm
AUDIO-CD
Specification
A
M
P
L
I
F
I
E
R
O
U
T
P
U
T
Power Consumption
120W
Weight
6.5Kg
Dimensions
W 370mm x D 300mm x H 80mm
Operating Temperature Range
+5°C~+35°C
Operating Humidity Range
10%~75%
Usable Sensitivity
10dB
S/N Ratio
60dB
Distortion
0.5%
Usable Sensitivity
54dB
S/N Ratio
40dB
Composite Video
1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
Compositive Video : 1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
Scart Jack
Luminance signal : 1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
Color Signal : 0.286Vp-p(75Ω load)
Luminance Signal: 1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
S-VIDEO
Color Signal: 0.286Vp-p(75Ω load)
Front speaker output
40W x 2(6Ω)
Center speaker output
40W(6Ω)
Rear speaker output
40W x 2(6Ω)
Subwoofer speaker output
70W(3Ω)
Frequency range
20Hz~25KHz
S/N Ratio
75dB
Channel separation
50dB
Input sensitivity
(AUX)500mV
Speaker system
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
2%
Distortion
5.1ch speaker system
Front/Center/Rear speaker
Subwoofer speaker
Impedance
6Ω x 5
3Ω
Frequency range
150Hz~18KHz
45Hz~250Hz
Output sound pressure level
87dB/W/M
86dB/W/M
Rated input
40W
70W
Maximum input
Dimensions
Weights
80W
140W
Front/Rear
103mm x 150mm x 120mm
Center
197mmx 103mmx 120mm
Front/Rear
0.73Kg
Center
0.80Kg
250mm x 403mm x 335mm
6.8Kg
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Reference
Note on Terminology
ANGLE
CHAPTER
NUMBER
Recorded onto some DVD discs are scenes which have been simultaneously shot from a number
of different angles (the same scene is shot from the front, from the left , from the right , etc.). With
such discs, the Angle button can be used to change the angle of view for specific scenes.
These numbers are recorded on DVD discs. A Title is subdivided into many
sections, each of which is numbered, and specific parts of the video can be
searched quickly using these numbers.
DVD
A high-density optical disc on which high-quality pictures and sound have been recorded by means of digital
signals. Incorporating a new video compression technology (MPEG-2) and high-density recording technology,
a DVD disc comprises two 0.6 mm thick discs bonded together.
PCM
An acronym for Pulse Code Modulation - another name for digital audio.
PBC
(PLAYBACK
CONTROL)
REGION NUMBER
This is recorded on a video CD (version 2.0). Selected scenes or information can
be chosen from the menu displayed on the TV monitor.
Both the DVD player and DVD discs are encoded with a region number. If the
region number on the DVD disc does not correspond to the region number of
the DVD player, the player cannot play the disc.
SUBTITLES
Translated appearing at the bottom of the screen. A DVD disc can contain up to
32 subtitle languages.
TITLE NUMBER
These numbers are recorded on DVD discs. When a disc contains two or more
movies, these movies are numbered as Title 1, Title 2, etc.
TRACK NUMBER
VIDEO CD
These numbers are assigned to the tracks which are recorded on video and
audio CDs. They enable specific tracks to be located quickly.
Contains recordings of pictures and sound whose quality is roughly comparable
to that of video tape.
This player also supports video CDs with playback control (version 2.0).
You can enjoy 5.1 (or 6) channels of high fidelity digital sound from various
digital input sources such as laser discs, DVD, CD etc.
DTS provides a realistic, clear surround sound that has not previously been
available from conventional surround sound.
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D I G I T A L
PRO LOGIC
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5.1 (or 6) Channel Digital Surround sound reproduced from DVDs and LDs
recorded as a digital signals (with
disc marking). With better sound quality,
dynamic range, and directionality than the traditional Dolby surround technology,
you can enjoy the dynamic realistic sound.
DOLBY
D I G I T A L
A 4 channel analog sound reproduced from a program source such as a videotape or
PRO LOGIC mark. You can enjoy a more realistic, robust sound
LP with the
unavailable from regular stereo sources.
DOLBY