VBP50
PORTABLE 5" LCD MONITOR & DVD PLAYER
Notice:
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Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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A. Introduction
Thank you for selecting the VBP50 portable DVD player in a bag. The
main features include a 5" Screen (4:3 Aspect Ratio) Liquid Crystal
Display (LCD) monitor and a DVD player. The unit applies the latest
state of the art electronics and is designed for use in hotels, offices
or your home. The unit is constructed to provide years of reliable,
trouble-free service, and is compact so that you can take it with you
anywhere and is designed for quick and easy installation. Please
read the entire instruction manual supplied with this product prior to
operation. The documentation will assist you in installing the system
properly to obtain the best equipment performance. All manuals should
be stored for later use.
B. Cautions and Warnings
1. Placement
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to
rain or moisture. Do not place the set on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket or table to prevent it from falling. Keep the unit away
from strong magnets, heat sources, direct sunlight, excessive dust.
If the unit is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, moisture may condense inside the unit. When you move it from a cold
to a warm location, wait for about one hour before operating the
unit, or remove the disc and leave the unit turned on until the moisture evaporates.
2. Installation
Ensure that the VBP50 is installed in accordance with the instructions and illustrations provided in this manual.
3. Object and Liquid
Do not push objects of any kind into the unit through openings; do
not spill or spray liquid of any kind on or in the system (this may
result in a fire or electric shock). Do not place anything heavy on
the unit. To ensure proper ventilation and proper operation, never
cover or block the slots and openings with a cloth or other material.
4. Disassembly
Do not attempt to disassemble the cabinet. There is a risk of electric shock and/or exposure to Laser Radiation. Contact qualified
service personnel if your system is in need of repair.
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5. Cleaning Unit
When cleaning, make sure the system is unplugged from the power
source. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a
cloth lightly dampened with water for cleaning the exterior of the
system only.
6. Disc
Do not use irregularly shaped discs such as heart or star-shaped
discs as they may cause the unit to malfunction. Do not stick paper, tape or glue on the disc. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heat sources such as hot air ducts. Do not touch the surface of disc. Handle the disc by its edge. Clean the disc by wiping
the disc from the center out with a cleaning cloth. Remove the disc
from the unit and store it in its case after playing. Some playback
operations of discs may be intentionally fixed by software producers. Since this unit plays discs according to the disc contents the
software producers designed, some playback features may not be
available. Also refer to the instructions supplied with the discs.
C. Contents
1. 1 x 5’’ LCD Monitor & DVD Player Combo
2. 1 x AC to DC Adapter
3. 1 x Remote Control w/Battery
4. 1 x Instruction Manual
5. 1 x Audio/Video Input Cable
6. 1 x Audio/Video Output Cable
7. 1 x Cigarette Lighter Adapter
8. 1 x Mounting Bag w/Straps
9. 1 x Carrying bag
OPTIONAL:
Rechargable Battery Pack - No. VBB5058
D. Powering and installation
1. Powering the system indoors (Refer to Figure 1)
Plug one end of the AC to DC adapter into the DC 9V jack
on the right side of the main unit, then plug the other end into
the 120V AC power receptacle.
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2. Powering the system in a car
Plug one end of the cigarette lighter adapter into the
DC 9V jack on the unit, then plug the other end into
the cigarette lighter socket.
Figure 1
3. Powering the system with optional rechargeable Battery
Please refer to L. * Rechargeable Battery Installation and Use
(Page 29 to page 31).
* Rechargable Battery Pack No. VBB5058 is OPTIONAL
E. Installation Prior to installation
Make sure that the unit is placed into the bag with the clear plastic
covering around DVD door, Load disc into the DVD compartment
and then fasten the Velcro strap accross the top portion of the unit.
If you are installing the bag onto the seatback you will need to attach
the supplied Seat Standoff to the back of the mounting bag with the
Velcro bands to obtain the proper viewing angle as shown in Figure
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1.Installing the System onto the seat back in a car
(Refer to Figure 2)
Seat Standoff
Figure 2.
1). Take one of the supplied straps from the carrier bag. Connect the latch to one of the upper metal rings on the mounti
ng bag. Connect the “S” hook to the other upper metal ring
and place the loop over the headrest. Adjust the strap until
the bag is firmly secured.
2). Take another strap from the carrier bag, and connect the latch
to the lower metal ring on the left side of the bag. Attach the
“S” hook to the same ring after looping the strap around the
seat rail. Repeat this process for the right side. In some
vehicles, it may be necessary to attach the “S” connector to
the rail directly, as it may not be long enough to reach back to
the ring.
3). Adjust the straps tightly so that the bag is secured.
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2. Installing the system between the driver/passenger seat
(Refer to Figure 3)
Figure 3.
1). Take one strap and connect the latch to the upper metal ring on
the left side of the bag. Attach the “S” hook to the same ring
after looping the strap around the headrest of the driver’s seat.
Repeat this process for the right side (Passenger Seat).
2). Take another strap and connect the latch to lower metal ring on
the left side of the bag. Attach the “S” hook to the same ring
after looping the strap around the driver’s seat rail. Repeat this
process for the right side. In some vehicles, it may be necessary to attach the “S” connector directly to the rail, as it may not
be long enough to reach back to the ring.
3). Adjust the straps tightly so that the bag is secured.
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E. Controls, Indicators, and Connectors
1. Unit View (Refer to Figure 4)
Figure 4
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Press-to-Close Button on Disc cover
Open button
Previous Button
Stop Button
Next Button
Play Button
Display Button
Pause Button
Remote Control Sensor
DVD Video Output Jack
DVD Audio L+R Output Jack
Video Input Jack
Audio L+R Input Jack
Brightness +/- Thumbwheel
Volume +/- Thumbwheel
Headphone Input Jack 1
Headphone Input Jack 2
Power On/Off Switch
DC 9V Input Jack
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2. Remote Control View (Refer to Figure 5)
1) Display Button
2) Angle Button
3) Subtitle Button
4) Audio Button
5) Zoom Button
6) Up/Down/Left/Right/Enter Buttons
7) Return Button
8) A-B Button
9) Forward Button
10) Reverse Button
11) Slow Button
12) Stop Button
13) Number Buttons
14) Setup Button
15) Menu Button
16) Repeat Button
17) Previous Button
18) Next Button
19) Play Button
20) Pause Button
Figure 5
F. Loading and Playing a Disc
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d.
e.
After connecting power to the unit, slide the POWER ON/OFF
on the right side to ON, the DVD player’s POWER indicator
lights.
Open the disc tray by pressing OPEN at the lower right of the
disc tray, and place a disc into the tray with the disc’s label facing up.
Press PRESS at the right side of the door until it clicks shut.
The unit will load the disc and start playing by pressing PLAY
located either on the right side of the disc tray or on the remote .
Rotate BRIGHT and VOLUME to adjust the LCD’s brightness
and the DVD player’s volume.
To stop playing a disc, press STOP.
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f.
To turn off the DVD player, slide POWER ON/OFF to OFF. The
DVD player’s POWER indicator turns off.
g. To remove the disc, open the disc tray, then you will see a picture
on the right inner corner of the cover to indicate how to remove
the disc, just use your finger to access the right inner corner of
the disc tray and lift up the disc and remove it from the disc
tray. Please refer to Figure 6.
Figure 6
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G. SETUP
Press ‘SETUP’ to display the Main screen of the SETUP Menu on
the screen. Press ‘SETUP’ again to exit the SETUP Menu and
the unit will resume it’s last playback or stop mode.
Figure 6. Main SETUP Menu Screen
1) Select ‘GENERAL SETUP’ using the UP/DOWN buttons, then
press ‘ENTER’ to enter the GENERAL Setup screen.
Figure 7. General SETUP Menu Screen
a. Select TV DISPLAY using UP/DOWN, and then press RIGHT
to enter the submenu. Select the TV display mode on the
screen using UP/DOWN, and press ENTER to confirm the
setting. Press LEFT to return.
* NORMAL/PS: When the player is connected to a normal
TV, and a wide picture is shown on the full screen.
* NORMAL/LB: When the player is connected to a normal TV,
and a wide picture is shown on the screen with a black strip
at both the top and bottom of the screen.
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* WIDE: When the player is connected to a wide screen
TV, a wide picture is shown on the full screen.
b.Select ‘ANGLE MARK’ using UP/DOWN, and then press the
RIGHT button to enter the submenu. Choose Angle Mark
on or off displayed on the screen using the UP/DOWN and
then press ENTER to confirm the setting. Press the LEFT
button to return.
Figure 8. ANGLE MARK Screen Display
* ON: The screen will show angle mark.
(*If angle option is available)
OFF: The screen will not display the Angle Mark
c. Select ‘MAIN PAGE’ using UP/DOWN, and then press ENTER to return to the main page.
*NOTE: The DVD player will enter the Screen Saver mode after
5 minutes if the image on the screen remains the same for
more than 5 minutes.
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2) When there is no disc inside the player select ‘PREFERENCES’
using UP/DOWN, then press ‘ENTER’ to enter the preferences
page.
Figure 9. AUDIO Preference Screen Display
a. Select ‘AUDIO’ using UP/DOWN, then press ‘RIGHT’
to enter the submenu. Select the audio language you desire
using UP/DOWN, then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the
setting. Press LEFT to return.
b. Select ‘SUBTITLE’ using UP/DOWN, then press RIGHT
to enter the submenu. Select the desired subtitle language or
SUBTITLE OFF using UP/DOWN, then press ‘ENTER’
to confirm the setting. Press ‘LEFT’ to return.
Figure 10. SUBTITLE Preference Screen Display
c. Select ‘DISC MENU’ using UP/DOWN, then press ‘RIGHT’
to enter the submenu. Select the Disc Menu Language you
desire using UP/DOWN, then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the
setting. Press ‘LEFT’ to return.
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Figure 11. DISC MENU Preference Screen Display
NOTE: Language and subtitle selection is only available for discs
that are recorded in the above listed languages. If the selected,
language is not available, the player will play and display on the
screen the original recorded language contained in the disc.
d. Select ‘PARENTAL’ using UP/DOWN, then press RIGHT
to enter the submenu.
Figure 12. PARENTAL Preference Screen Display
Select the parental level you desire using UP/DOWN for discs
with lock-out function or multiple rating levels. These are listed
from the lowest level (1 Child) to the highest level (OFF). Press
‘ENTER’ to enter the Password Verify Page.
NOTE: The level of 8 Adult is the default setting.
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Figure 13. PASSWORD VERIFY Input Screen Display
Enter a 4 digit password, then press ‘ENTER’ to confirm the
parental level setting.
NOTE: For 1st time use the default password is 3308.
e. Select ‘PASSWORD’ using UP/DOWN, then press RIGHT
to enter the submenu.
Figure 14. PASSWORD CHANGE Screen Display
Press ‘ENTER’ to enter the Password Change Page. Input
the Old Password or the Default Password, the New Password, and the Confirmed New Password. Press ‘ENTER’ to
confirm the change.
Figure 15. PASSWORD CHANGE PAGE Screen Display
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NOTE: The Default Password is 3308. This password is always effective even after you have selected your own password and changed it. To avoid the possibility of others using the
default password to set the parental level and change the password, you can record this default password in another area and
delete it from this manual. Some discs can be limited depending
on the age of users while some discs can not.
f. Select ‘DEFAULTS’ using UP/DOWN, then press RIGHT to
enter the submenu. Press ENTER to make the setting return
to the factory-set mode.
NOTE: The parental setting is not affected by the default
function.
Figure 16. DEFAULT PRESET Screen Display
g. Select ‘MAIN PAGE’ using UP/DOWN, then press ENTER
to return to the main page. Press SETUP to exit the MAIN
PAGE
Figure 17. PREFERENCE MAIN Page Screen Display
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1. Basic Operation
POWER
OPEN
PLAY
SLOW
PAUSE
STOP
NEXT
PREVIOUS
FORWARD
REVERSE
UP/DOWN/LEFT /RIGHT
ENTER
NUMBERS
RETURN
MENU
REPEAT
A-B
DISPLAY
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
ZOOM
SETUP
Turn the unit on/off
Remove/load the disc
Start Play/Execute item or setting
Play at 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 times speed
Still Picture
(1 time) Stop at the present playing point /
(2 times) Stop playing
Go to the next chapter, track or scene during play back
Go back to the preceding chapter, track or
scene during play back
Scan forward at 2, 4, 8,16 or 32x times
speed
Scan backward at 2, 4, 8, 16 or 32x times
speed
Used for Menu Navigation
Execute item or setting
Select item or setting
Return
Display the root menu of the disc
Repeat playing title, chapter, or track
Repeat a specific portion from point A to point
B of the disc
Display information (title, chapter, track,
time, etc.).
Change the angles on the scene
Select the subtitle language and turn it on/
off
Select the audio language
Enlarge an image to 2, 3, or 4 times the
original
Display the setup menu to select and set
items, and exit the setup menu.
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2. MENU
A DVD is divided into sections called titles and chapters. When
you play a DVD, a root menu of the disc will appear on the screen
of your TV or Monitor. The contents of the menu vary from disc to
disc. Press MENU during playing to display the menu, and press
ENTER or PLAY to start playing. Some DVDs only allow you to
select disc playback options using the DVD menu.
3. DISPLAY (Display contents vary from disc to disc.)
1) PLAYING TIME AND REMAINING TIME
a. During playback press ‘DISPLAY’ to display the current Title
Number (1), the total Number of Titles (2), the current Chapter
Number (3), the total Number of Chapters (4), and the Playing
Time for the title (5). The heading will disappear automatically
after 3 seconds if no buttons are pressed.
Figure 18. Title, Chapter Number, and Time Screen Display
b. Press ‘DISPLAY’ again to display the Remaining Time of the
title. The heading will disappear automatically in about 3
seconds.
Figure 19. Title Remaining Time Screen Display
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c. Press ‘DISPLAY’ the 3rd time to display the Elapsed Time for
the chapter. The heading will disappear automatically in about
3 seconds.
Figure 20. Chapter Elapsed Time Screen Display
d. Press ‘DISPLAY’ the 4th time to display the Remaining Time for
the chapter. The heading will disappear automatically after 3
seconds.
Figure 21. Chapter Remaining Time Screen Display
e. Press ‘DISPLAY’ a 5th time to exit. ‘DISPLAY OFF’ will be
displayed and will disappear automatically after 3 seconds.
2) ANGLE
During playback of a disc, press ‘ANGLE’ to display the avail
able angles for discs containing multi-angles*, with the current
angle number (1) and the total number of angles (2) displaying.
Press ‘ANGLE’ to select another angle, then press again to exit
and return to the normal viewing angle. The angle display will
disappear automatically if the ‘ANGLE’ button is not pressed
again within 3 seconds.
*NOTE: Not all discs contain this feature
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Figure 22. Angle Screen Display
3) SUBTITLE
During disc playback press ‘SUBTITLE’ to select the subtitle language you desire*, with the current Subtitle Language Number
(1) and the total Number of Subtitle Languages (2) displayed. If
there are multiple languages press ‘SUBTITLE’ again to select
another subtitle language. To turn subtitles OFF, press the ‘SUBTITLE’ button until ‘SUBTITLE OFF’ is displayed. The Subtitle
display will disappear automatically if the ‘SUBTITLE’ button is
not pressed again within 3 seconds.
Figure 23. Subtitle Screen Display
*Some DVDs only allow access to this function through the DVD menu.
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4) AUDIO
During playback press ‘AUDIO’ to select the audio language you
desire*, with the current Audio Channel Number (1) and the total
number of Audio Channels (2) displayed. Press AUDIO again to
select another audio language. The audio display will disappear
automatically if the ‘AUDIO’ button is not pressed again for 3
seconds.
Figure 24. Audio Language Screen Display
*Some DVDs only allow access to this function through the
DVD menu.
5) ZOOM
During playback press ‘ZOOM’ to enlarge the picture by 1.25x,
2x, 3x or 4X with the current zoom multiple (1) displaying. Press
‘UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT’ to move the picture. Press ‘ZOOM’
again to select another zoom multiple or until ZOOM OFF is displayed and the picture will return to normal size. The zoom display will disappear automatically if the ‘ZOOM’ button is not
pressed within 3 seconds.
Figure 25. ZOOM Screen Display
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6) A-B REPEAT
a. During playback press ‘A-B’ to set the Starting Point A.
Figure 26. A-B Repeat Starting Point Screen Display
b. Press ‘A-B’ to set the Ending Point B and the player will repeatedly play the part between Point A and Point B.
Figure 27. A-B Repeat Ending Point Screen Display
c. Press ‘A-B’ a 3rd time to Cancel A-B Repeat. Normal play
back will resume from Point A.
Figure 28. A-B Repeat Cancelled Screen Display
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7) REPEAT
a. During playback press ‘REPEAT’ once to repeatedly play the
current chapter.
Figure 29. Chapter Repeat ON Screen Display
b. During playback press ‘REPEAT’ again to repeatedly play the
current title.
Figure 30. Title Repeat ON Screen Display
c. During playback press ‘REPEAT’ a 3rd time to repeat all
Chapters and Titles. The ‘REPEAT ALL’ screen will disappear
automatically if the ‘REPEAT’ button is not pressed again for
3 seconds.
Figure 31. Title Repeat ON Screen Display
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4. PLAYING AUDIO CDS
When playing an audio CD. Press the DISPLAY button on the remote
to display the DISPLAY Banner. The options below show you what
happens when you press the DISPLAY button.
a. During playback press ‘DISPLAY’ once and SINGLE
ELAPSED will appear along with the current track
playing and the time of that track.
Figure 32. SINGLE ELAPSED Screen Display
b. Press ‘DISPLAY’ (2) twice and SINGLE REMAIN appears
along with the current track playing the and the amount
of time left.
Figure 33. SINGLE REMAIN Screen Display
c. Press ‘DISPLAY’ three times and TOTAL ELAPSED
appears along with the current track playing and the total
time that the CD has been playing.
Figure 34. TOTAL ELAPSED Screen Display
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d. Press ‘DISPLAY’ four times and TOTAL REMAIN appears
along with the current track playing and the amount of time
remaining on the CD.
Figure 35. TOTAL REMAIN Screen Display
e. Press ‘DISPLAY’ a fifth times and “ DISPLAY OFF” will appear
momentarily then disappear. The CD time Information will
not be displayed.
1) USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT
consecutively changes the repeat options:
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TRACK- repeats the track that is playing.
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ALL- repeats the disc that is playing.
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OFF
As you toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The
selected repeat option loops repeatedly until you turn it off.
5. PLAYING MP3 DISCS
MP3 is a format for storing digital audio. An audio CD-quality song is
compressed into the MP3 format with very little loss of audio quality
while taking up much less disc space. CD-R /RW discs that have been
encoded in MP3 format are compatible with this system.
Playback modes:
FOLDER (normal playback)
REPEAT ONE (repeat playback of a song)
REPEAT FOLDER (repeat playback of a specific folder)
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1. Insert an MP3 CD, the DVD video player will initialize the disc
and the directory (folder) will be shown on the TV screen.
Figure 36. MENU Screen Display
When an MP3 disc is inserted into the unit, the menu screen appears
automatically. You can use the menu screen to change folders and
songs. The system plays the songs in the order they were burned
onto the disc.
1. Press the
or button to choose a folder from the folder list
on the left side of the screen.
2. Press the Right ( ) button to enter the track list.
3. Press ENTER to select the highlighted folder the songs available in that folder will be listed on the right side of the screen.
4. Press STOP First, the
or button to choose a song from
the list. Press ENTER to select and begin playback of the
highlighted song.
SKIPPING SONGS
Use the
( NEXT ) button to move to the next song. Press the
(PREVIOUS) button to move to the beginning of the previous song.
USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT
consecutively changes the repeat options:
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FOLDER
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REPEAT ONE
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REPEAT FOLDER
Pressing REPEAT the 3rd time, resume normal playback. As you
toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The selected
repeat option loops repeatedly until you turn it off.
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DISPLAYING THE TIME ELAPSED AND TIME REMAINING
Press the ‘DISPLAY’ button on the remote to display disc information.
The options below show you what happens when you press the
‘DISPLAY’ button.
a)Press ‘DISPLAY’ once, and “SINGLE ELAPSED” will appear
along with the amount of time the song has been playing. The
actual amount of time the disc has been playing will be displayed
on-screen.
Figure 37. SINGLE ELAPSED Screen Display
b) Press ‘DISPLAY’ a Second time and “SINGLE REMAIN” will
appear along with the amount of time left in the song that is playing.
The amount of time remaining will be displayed on-screen.
Figure 38. SINGLE REMAIN Screen Display
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NOTICE
The upper left column is a list showing the name of folder. The
upper right column is a list showing the name of song and the subfolder.
“
“ sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a folder, not
an MP3 file.
“MP3” sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a MP3 file.
During MP3 playback, you cannot access “PLAY MODE”, folders or
songs.
You are allowed a maximum of 11 characters for each folder or/
and songs.
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H. Playing a Video Game (Refer to Figure 39)
Plug the video output from your game system into the yellow video
input jack(12) and the Audio output into the Audio input jack(13) on
the Rear of the unit, which takes priority to the built-in DVD player.
Adjust the volume control and the brightness control on the monitor for
individual preference.
Figure 39
I. Connecting to a TV or another monitor ( Refer to Figure 39)
You can also connect the DVD player to a TV to enjoy high quality
stereo sound or another monitor.
1. Connect one end of the audio/video cable’s black (1/8” stereo
plug) plug into the unit’s DVD AUDIO OUT jack, and connect
the other end to the AUDIO INPUT jacks on your TV or Monitor
(white = left channel, red = right channel).
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2. Connect the audio/video cable’s yellow plug into the DVD VIDEO
OUT jack on the back of the unit, and the other yellow plug to
the VIDEO INPUT jack on your TV or Monitor.
J. Wired Headphones (Refer to Figure 39)
Optional wired headphones may be used with the unit. Simply plug in
the headset to either HEADPHONE 1 jack or HEADPHONE 2 jack on
the left side of the monitor.
NOTE: Plugging headset into Headphone jack disables external
speakers.
K. Specifications
Disc format: DVD/CD/MP3
Color system: NTSC
Screen size: 5’’
DVD video format: Horizontal 720 pixel, vertical 480 pixel (NTSC)
Frequency response: DVD (PCM 96 kHz/24 bits ): 20 Hz to 44 kHz
DVD (PCM 48 kHz): 20 Hz to 22 kHz
CD: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Video output: 1.0 Vp-p/75 Ohm, unbalanced
Video S/N: Better than 35 dB
Audio output: 2 x 0.4 W
Audio S/N: Better than 35 dB
Power source: DC 6 V to 15 V
Power consumption: 10 W
Operating temperature: 5~40°C (41~104°F)
Storage temperature: -20~60°C (4~140°F)
Operating humidity: 10~75%
Dimensions (W x H x D):8.07 X 5.92 X1.98inches
205 x 150.5 x 50.5mm
Battery Type: NiMH
Please contact AUDIOVOX detailer for the proper rechargeable battery
which is an optional accessory to this unit VBP50.
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L. Rechargeable Battery Installation and Use(optional)
The player utilizes a set of long-life NiMH batteries for portable power
supply. The NiMH battery pack is specially designed for your player,
please consult your dealer for purchasing the battery pack VBP5058.
NiMH batteries feature high storage capacity and low level of degradation. This means the NiMH batteries doesn’t have “Memory Effect” and
thus can be recharged safely regardless of whether the battery is fully
or only partially spent. Please fully charge the battery prior to first use.
NOTE: When the DVD player is used with the battery as a power
source, ensure that the battery has been charged for at least
eight hours prior to connecting it to the DVD player.
If you plan to not use the battery for an extended period of time (say,
one week or longer), we recommend that you first fully charge the
battery and store it away properly. For longer periods of storage, please
recharge the battery at least once every two months to maintain the
battery in its best condition. Please under no circumstances short out
the battery, store the battery in a metal container, or leave the battery
in a humid or damp environment. Ideally, store the battery in an airtight
container with desiccant or other dehumidifying agent. Each full recharge takes approximately five-hours and one full charge can power
the player for approximately 3 hours.
During recharge, the light next to the DC power input will light up red.
Once fully recharged, the light will turn green. At this point you may
remove the wall plug and cease charging.
Precautions related to Battery Recharge:
1. Once the battery has been fully spent, please immediately recharge
the battery (regardless of whether you plan to use battery power
again soon) in order to maximize battery life.
2. To charge the battery, please connect the power jack directly into
the VBP50 and leave the POWER switch in the off position.
Using and Maintaining your Rechargeable Batteries
1. Please make sure you always use only the AC transformer included
with the player to recharge your batteries.
2. Recharge effectiveness will degrade when environmental tempera
tures drop below 50oF (10oC) or exceed 95oF (35oC).
3. Please remove battery from the player and store properly if the player
is not to be used for an extended period of time. For periods of two
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months or more, please recharge the battery at least once every
two months to avoid irreparable damage to the battery. If the battery
left attached to the player for an extended period, please recharge
the battery at least once every two weeks.
4. Avoid unnecessarily recharging fully charged batteries.
Installing the Optional Battery Pack:
1. First, make sure the player is in “Stop” mode and that the AC power
supply has been disconnected.
2. Close the player cover.
3. Align the battery pack with the player module’s front edge.
4. Push the battery towards the rear of the player until it locks into
position. The lock position is indicated by a click. The unit will fit
snugly to the player.
Figure 40. Installing the DVD Player Battery
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Removing the Battery Pack:
1. First, make sure the player is in “Stop” mode and that the AC power
supply has been disconnected.
2. Press the release button in the down direction.
3. Slide the battery towards the front of the unit.
Figure 41. Removing the DVD Player Battery
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12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
Applies to Audiovox Video Products
AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORPORATION (the Company) warrants to the original
retail purchaser of this product that should this product or any part thereof, under
normal use and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship within
12 months from the date of original purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or
replaced with reconditioned product (at the Company's option) without charge for
parts and repair labor.
To obtain repair or replacement within the terms of this Warranty, the product is to
be delivered with proof of warranty coverage (e.g. dated bill of sale), specification of
defect(s), transportation prepaid, to the Company at the address shown below.
This Warranty does not extend to the elimination of externally generated static or
noise, to correction of antenna problems, to costs incurred for installation, removal
or reinstallation of the product, or to damage to tapes, discs, speakers, accessories,
or electrical systems.
This Warranty does not apply to any product or part thereof which, in the opinion of
the Company, has suffered or been damaged through alteration, improper installation, mishandling, misuse, neglect, accident, or by removal or defacement of the
factory serial number/bar code label(s). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY'S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
This Warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties or liabilities. ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,
SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WRITTEN WARRANTY. ANY
ACTION FOR BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY HEREUNDER INCLUDING ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY MUST BE BROUGHT WITHIN A
PERIOD OF 30 MONTHS FROM DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE. IN NO CASE
SHALL THE COMPANY BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF THIS OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, WHATSOEVER. No person or representative is authorized to assume for
the Company any liability other than expressed herein in connection with the sale of
this product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This Warranty gives you specific legal rights
and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
U.S.A. : AUDIOVOX ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
, 150 MARCUS BLVD., HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK 11788
1-800-645-4994
CANADA : CALL 1-800-645-4994 FOR LOCATION OF WARRANTY STATION SERVING YOUR AREA
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