DVD AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYER
XV-D9000
OPEN /
CLOSE
EX K2
DISPLAY
OFF
SLOW(-)
STANDBY/ON
SLOW(+)
GROUP(-)
SELECT
GROUP(+)
TOP MENU
MENU
ENTER
PLAY MODE
SET UP
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
REPEAT
fs/RATE
DISPLAY
TIME
DISPLAY
THEATER
POSITION
REPEAT
A-B
1
2
3
5
6
7
4
8
DVD AUDIO
RETURN
9
10/0
+10
GROUP
RESUME
CANCEL
CHAP./
INDEX
CLEAR
PAGE
POWER
STANDBY
EXTENDED K2
PROCESSING
VIDEO / DISP.
ON / OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
RM - SXVD9000A REMOTE CONTROL
DVD
XV - D9000
DVD AUDIO / VIDEO PLAYER
DOLBY
D I G I T A L
INSTRUCTIONS
For Customer Use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial
No. which are located either on the rear,
bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
LVT0454-002A
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
(For U.S.A)
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK)
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol, within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within
the product’s enclosure that may be of
sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk
of electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and
maintenance (servicing) instructions in the
literature accompanying the appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
INFORMATION
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed
to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and
r e c e i ve r.
– Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
– Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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Warnings, Cautions and Others
For Canada/pour le Canada
For Canada/pour le Canada
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH
WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY INSERT.
PRECAUTION: POUR EVITER LES CHOCS
ELECTRIQUES, INTRODUIRE LA LAME LA PLUS
LARGE DE LA FICHE DANS LA BORNE
CORRESPONDANTE DE LA PRISE ET POUSSER
JUSQUAU FOND.
THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE
CLASS B LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS FROM
DIGITAL APPARATUS AS SET OUT IN THE
INTERFERENCE-CAUSING EQUIPMENT STANDARD
ENTITLED “DIGITAL APPARATUS,” ICES-003 OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATIONS.
CET APPAREIL NUMERIQUE RESPECTE LES LIMITES
DE BRUITS RADIOELECTRIQUES APPLICABLES AUX
APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE CLASSE B PRESCRITES
DANS LA NORME SUR LE MATERIEL BROUILLEUR:
“APPAREILS NUMERIQUES”, NMB-003 EDICTEE PAR
LE MINISTRE DES COMMUNICATIONS.
1. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
2. DANGER: Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock
failed or defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
3. CAUTION: Do not open the top cover. There are no user
serviceable parts inside the unit; leave all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
1. PRODUIT LASER CLASSE 1
2. ATTENTION: Radiation laser invisible quand l’appareil est
ouvert ou que le verrouillage est en panne ou désactivé.
Eviter une exposition directe au rayon.
3. ATTENTION: Ne pas ouvrir le couvercle du dessus. Il n’y a
aucune pièce utilisable à l’intérieur. Laisser à un personnel
qualifié le soin de réparer votre appareil.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, etc.:
1. Do not remove screws, covers or cabinet.
2. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
Afin d’éviter tout risque d’électrocution, d’incendie. etc.:
1. Ne pas enlever les vis ni les panneaux et ne pas ouvrir le
coffret de l’appareil.
2. Ne pas exposer l’appareil à la pluie ni à l’humidité.
Caution — POWER switch!
Disconnect the power plug to shut the power off completely.
The POWER switch in any position does not disconnect the
power source. The power can be remote controlled.
Attention — Commutateur POWER!
Déconnecter la fiche de secteur pour couper complètement
le courant. Le commutateur POWER ne coupe jamais
complètement la ligne de secteur, quelle que soit sa position.
Le courant peut être télécommandé.
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Contents
Warnings, Cautions and Others ................................................... 2
Features ......................................................................................... 5
Usage Precautions ........................................................................ 6
Connections .................................................................................. 7
Precautions to Observe When Setting Up the Connections ...... 7
Connecting to a TV with a DVD Component Video
Input Terminal ...................................................................... 8
Connecting to a TV .................................................................. 9
Connecting to an Amplifier or Receiver ..................................... 10
Connecting to an Amplifier with a 5.1 Channel Input Terminal .. 11
Connecting to a Device with a Digital Input Terminal ................ 12
Connecting to the Power Supply ............................................... 13
Preparing the Remote Control ................................................... 14
Parts and Their Functions .......................................................... 15
Front Panel ................................................................................ 15
Display Section .......................................................................... 16
Rear Panel ................................................................................ 17
Remote Control ......................................................................... 18
Before You Start .......................................................................... 20
Opening Screen ........................................................................ 20
Preventing Screen Burn-in [Screen Saver] ................................ 20
On-screen guide icons .............................................................. 20
Types of Disc Supported by this Player ..................................... 21
Disc Composition ...................................................................... 22
Switching the Power On ............................................................. 23
Initial Settings ............................................................................. 24
Setting Up the Initial Settings .................................................... 24
PREFERENCE 1 Settings ......................................................... 25
PREFERENCE 2 Settings ......................................................... 27
SPK. SETTING Screen Settings ............................................... 29
Basic Operations ........................................................................ 32
Loading a Disc .......................................................................... 32
Playing a Disc ............................................................................ 33
Step-by-Step Procedure for Playing a Disc ........................... 33
Stopping a Disc ..................................................................... 33
Pausing a Disc ....................................................................... 33
Skipping Through a Disc ....................................................... 33
Fast Forward/Backward Through a Disc ................................ 34
Resume Playback [RESUME] ................................................... 34
Storing the resume position ................................................... 34
Resuming Playback ............................................................... 34
Viewing One Frame at a Time ................................................... 35
Slow Motion Playback ............................................................... 35
Playing Time Display [TIME DISPLAY] ...................................... 36
Using time display during playback ....................................... 36
Using time display while a disc is stopped
(using [TIME DISPLAY]) .................................................... 36
Using time display while a disc is stopped ............................ 37
Turning the Display Off to Get Better Sound Quality
[DISPLAY OFF] ..................................................................... 38
Adjusting the Image Brightness [THEATER POSITION] ........... 39
fs/RATE Display [fs/RATE] ......................................................... 39
Changing the Progressive Mode ............................................... 41
Enjoying DVD Audio ................................................................... 42
Using the menu to select an item to play .................................. 42
Selecting a Track ....................................................................... 43
Selecting an Index Item ............................................................. 44
Still image display operations .................................................... 44
Advancing/replaying still images [PAGE +/–] ......................... 44
Jumping to specified still images on a disc [RETURN] ......... 44
Program Playback ..................................................................... 45
Random Playback ..................................................................... 46
Repeat Playback ....................................................................... 46
A-B Repeat Playback ................................................................ 47
Changing the Angle [ANGLE] ................................................... 47
Changing the Subtitles [SUBTITLE] .......................................... 48
Changing the Audio Setting [AUDIO] ........................................ 49
Playing a Bonus Group ............................................................. 49
Playing DVD Video Discs ............................................................ 51
Selecting the Section You Want to Watch .................................. 51
Using the menu to select an item to play ............................... 51
Specifying the title number to begin playback ....................... 52
Specifying the chapter number to begin playback
(Chapter search) ................................................................ 52
Repeat Playback ....................................................................... 52
A-B Repeat Playback ................................................................ 53
Changing the Angle [ANGLE] ................................................... 53
Changing the Subtitles [SUBTITLE] .......................................... 54
Changing the Audio Language [AUDIO] .................................... 54
Parental Lock Setting ................................................................ 55
Setting Parental Lock ............................................................ 55
Changing Parental Lock ........................................................ 56
Temporarily Cancelling Parental Lock ................................... 57
Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs ..................................... 58
Selecting a Song from a Menu .................................................. 59
Selecting a Track ....................................................................... 59
Selecting an Index Item ............................................................. 59
Program Playback ..................................................................... 60
Random Playback ..................................................................... 61
Repeat Playback ....................................................................... 61
A-B Repeat Playback ................................................................ 62
Changing the Audio Channel [AUDIO] ...................................... 62
Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0 Function ........................ 63
Handling Discs ............................................................................ 64
Troubleshooting .......................................................................... 65
Specifications .............................................................................. 66
Dimensions .................................................................................. 67
Table of Languages and Their Abbreviations ........................... 68
Country Code List for Parental Lock ......................................... 69
Glossary ....................................................................................... 70
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Features
High-end DVD player for playback of Audio DVDs and Video DVDs. The machine
makes full use of the latest advances in DVD technology.
Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0
Extended K2 processing takes the music signal before any band limitation is presumed and the digital signal is
expanded for the high bit and high sampling. Version 2.0 strengthens this frequency by as much as four times and is
carried by the front two channels. 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz are expanded and reformed as 24 bit 176.4 kHz and 192 kHz
signals respectively. The means that the playback quality of the digital source is one level closer to the original master.
PEM • DD Converter with 192 kHz/24 bit Support
This model includes our recently developed PEM • DD converter that supports the 192 kHz/24 bit signal that is top
specification for Audio DVD voice format. The front two channels use separate DAC configurations for the left and right
channels. With a dynamic range of 112 dB, it achieves a high frequency distortion factor of less than 0.001 %.
In addition, all channels use the same D/A converter which provides a jitter-free fine clock generator and the use of
dedicated audio R core power transformer and other features deliver excellent sound quality.
Interference-free, Vibration-free, Resonance-free Construction
Each circuit is isolated to exclude mutual interference between the circuits, with each five block structure being
independent. Analog related circuits are completely isolated from the sub-chassis with the digital elements such as
the dedicated audio power transformer. Furthermore, the occurrence of unnecessary oscillation and outside influences
are excluded by the 3.2 mm steel base plate and the solid aluminum casing. The airtightness of the unit has been
dramatically improved with the use of an airtight disc tray to shut out external vibration and option of completely
turning off the video circuitry to achieve the maximum sound quality possible.
Progressive Video Output
The progressive output (525P) of the video signal from a 24-frame/second film reduces flicker so that it is not noticeable,
even when played back on a large screen, for sharp, clear images. This matches the reality and enjoyment achieved
in movie theaters. Moreover, our recently developed three dimensional progressive function means that normal video
can also achieve the same quality as DVD titles and film through this progressive conversion to digital images.
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Usage Precautions
Installing the player
Install the player in a location where the temperature is between 5 °C to 35 °C (41 °F to 95 °F). If the player is exposed
to a higher temperature, it may cause it to malfunction, or cause damage. In particular, avoid installing it in the following
locations.
• Locations where it is exposed to direct sunlight
• Locations that become hot, such as on top of a receiver
If TV or radio reception deteriorates...
• Keep distance between the TV or radio and this player. If this player is installed near equipment that receives
electromagnetic waves, it may effect reception.
Moving the Player
• If you move the player from a cold location to a warm location, do not use the player immediately after moving it. This
is because condensation can form inside the player. If you allow the player to stand with the power on for a few
hours, you can then use it normally.
• Always remove discs from the player before moving it. If you move the player while a disc is inside, the disc can
become lodged inside the player and will be difficult to remove, and can also cause damage.
Do not insert warped or irregular shaped discs
• Do not insert cracked or warped discs into the player, or discs that have been repaired with adhesive, or heartshaped discs, octagonal discs, or other irregular shaped discs. These can cause damage.
Cleaning the exterior of the player
• To clean the cover and other exterior parts of the player, wipe them with soft, dry cloth. For persistent stains or dirt,
wipe them with a cloth moistened with a mild detergent. Never use thinner, benzine, or other inflammable agents.
This can cause cloudiness or discoloring of the exterior.
Trademark and Copyright Information
• This player is based on technology licensed from Dolby Laboratories Inc. Dolby, Pro Logic, MLP Lossless, and the
Dolby D logo
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Inc. (Confidential copyright.) © 1992-1998 Dolby Laboratories
Inc. All rights reserved.
• This player is based on technology licensed from Digital Theater Systems Inc. DTS and DTS Digital Surround are
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems Inc.
©1996 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Right Reserved.
• This player uses copy protection technology. This copy protection technology is licensed by Macrovision Inc. for use
in the United States and other countries. To use this technology a license is required from Macrovision Inc. Without
a license form Macrovision Inc., you may not use this technology outside the limited range of home use. The
disassembly or reverse engineering of this technology is also prohibited.
• The unauthorized copying, broadcast, presentation, and rental of DVD discs, without the permission of the copyright
owner is prohibited.
• The DVD logo is a registered trademark.
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Connections
● The sound quality can be subtly effected depending on the material and construction of the connection cables and cords. Connection cables or cords are not
supplied with this player. These must be purchased separately. We recommend
that you compare several types and choose cables/cords best suited to your
needs.
In order to use this model, it must be connected to a TV or monitor.
* To avoid repetition of the various procedures, the following descriptions explain the procedures assuming a connection
to a TV. However, you can also connect the player to a monitor or projector instead of a TV.
Precautions to Observe When Setting Up the Connections
• Before connecting any cables, make sure that power to player itself and the other devices is switched off.
• Depending on the device used, the labels for the terminals may differ. Refer to the manual provided with your
device when making connections.
• Make sure you insert all plugs firmly. A loose connection can cause noise or the loss of sound.
• Connect the video output from the player directly to a TV (or monitor). If the video output is connected via a video
player, the picture quality during playback will deteriorate.
Main unit
TV
Video player
Direct connection
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Connections
Connecting to a TV with a DVD Component Video Input Terminal
By using the component video output terminal to connect the player to the TV you can enjoy high-quality video
performance.
To DVD component video input terminal
PR
PB
Component cable
Y
HDTV-etc
To AUDIO LEFT input terminal
To AUDIO RIGHT input terminal
Sound is output from
the TV speakers.
Audio cable
Main unit
RIGHT
LEFT
AC IN
NUMBER LABEL
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
RIGHT
LEFT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15
DVD PLAYER
OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
MODEL NO. XV-D9000
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO
CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT AC 120V ~ 60Hz 35W
CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
LISTED
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
4C43
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
VIDEO
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
EQUIPMENT
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Apparatus Claims of
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,216,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 licensed
for limited viewing
uses only.
JVC AMERICAS CORP.
1700 VALLEY ROAD
WAYNE, N.J. 07470
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES
21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE
OF MANUFACTURE.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theeter Systeme,Inc.US Pat.
No.5,451,942 and other world-wide paterts lssued and pending. "DTS",
"DTS Digital Surround",are trademarks of Digital Theater System,Inc.
Copyrlght 1996 Digital Theater Systems,Inc.All Rights Reeerved.
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories."Dolby", "MLP Lossless",
and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works.
Copyrights 1992-1998 Dolby
Laboratories. All rights reserved.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN,LIMITED MADE IN JAPAN
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
PCM / STREAM
AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT
Note:
● If you connect the player to the “Y”, “PB” and “PR” terminals of a Progressive TV or High-Definition TV, you can enjoy
progressive video output. Set the [PROGRESSIVE] in Initial Settings 2 of the Initial Settings screen to a setting
other than [OFF] ([VIDEO] or [FILM]). See page 28.
● You should note that not all Progressive TV and High-Definition TV sets are fully compatible with this product and
may cause artifacts to be displayed in the picture. In case of 525 progressive scan picture problems, it is recommended
that you switch the setting to the “standard definition” output by setting the [PROGRESSIVE] in Initial Settings 2 of
the Initial Settings screen to [OFF]. If there are questions regarding our TV set compatibility with this model 525P
DVD player, please contact our customer service center.
● All JVC Progressive TV and High-Definition TV sets have no problem. (Example: AV-61S902)
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Connections
Connecting to a TV
You can also use the player by simply connecting it to a normal TV. To enjoy the advanced sound quality, connect the
audio output to specialist audio equipment. See pages 10, 11, and 12.
Connect one of these
To S-Video input terminals
S Video cable
To video input terminals
TV
Connect this if your TV
has a S-Video input
terminal. You will get
better picture quality.
video cable
To AUDIO LEFT input terminal
To AUDIO RIGHT input terminal
Sound is output from
the TV speakers.
Audio cable
Main unit
RIGHT
LEFT
AC IN
NUMBER LABEL
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
RIGHT
LEFT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15
DVD PLAYER
OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
MODEL NO. XV-D9000
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO
CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT AC 120V ~ 60Hz 35W
CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
LISTED
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
4C43
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
VIDEO
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
EQUIPMENT
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Apparatus Claims of
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,216,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 licensed
for limited viewing
uses only.
JVC AMERICAS CORP.
1700 VALLEY ROAD
WAYNE, N.J. 07470
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES
21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE
OF MANUFACTURE.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theeter Systeme,Inc.US Pat.
No.5,451,942 and other world-wide paterts lssued and pending. "DTS",
"DTS Digital Surround",are trademarks of Digital Theater System,Inc.
Copyrlght 1996 Digital Theater Systems,Inc.All Rights Reeerved.
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories."Dolby", "MLP Lossless",
and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works.
Copyrights 1992-1998 Dolby
Laboratories. All rights reserved.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN,LIMITED MADE IN JAPAN
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
PCM / STREAM
AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT
S-Video Signal
S-Video separates the luminance signal (Y) and color signal (C) of previous video signals. It achieves vivid images in
which color blur is rare.
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Connections
Connecting to an Amplifier or Receiver
By connecting the output from the player to speakers via a receiver or receiver you can enjoy realistic sound.
To LEFT input terminal
Amplifier or Receiver
Audio cable
To RIGHT input terminal
Connect the player output to
the amplifier line input terminal
(AUX, DVD, CD, etc.) See
pages 8 and 9 for details for the
video signal connection.
Main unit
RIGHT
LEFT
N U M B ER
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
RIGHT
LEFT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMP
OF THE FCC RULES
SUBJECT TO THE FO
CONDITIONS: (1) TH
CAUSE HARMFUL IN
(2) THIS DEVICE MU
INTERFERENCE REC
INTERFERENCE THA
UNDESIRED OPERA
Apparatus Claims
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 license
for limited viewing
uses only.
After you have setup the connection...
● Downmix Settings
When playing DVD Audio, Dolby Digital, and DTS multi-channel discs the downmix settings are used. These settings
mean that even when multi-channel discs are played back in two stereo channels, they use not only the front left
and right channels, but also use the other channel information. Set [DOWNMIX] in Initial Settings 2 of the Initial
Settings screen to [Lt/Rt] or [Lo/Ro]. See page 28.
• If [DOWNMIX] is set to [OFF], you can hear only front left and right channel sound.
• Some multi-channel DVD Audio discs prohibit downmixing. In these cases sound will only be output of the front
left and right channels.
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Connections
Connecting to a Receiver with a 5.1 Channel Input Terminal
The player has a built-in DVD Audio decoder, Dolby Digital decoder and DTS decoder, which means that external
decoders are unnecessary. By connecting the 5.1 ch output terminal of the player to the 5.1 ch input terminal of the
receiver, you can enjoy realistic multiochannel playback.
See pages 8 and 9 for details for the video signal connection.
Audio cable
To SUBWOOFER input terminal
To CENTER input terminal
To REAR LEFT input terminal
To REAR RIGHT input terminal
Main unit
RIGHT
Amplifier or receiver
(with 5.1 channel input terminal)
LEFT
N U M B ER
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
RIGHT
LEFT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMP
OF THE FCC RULES
SUBJECT TO THE FO
CONDITIONS: (1) TH
CAUSE HARMFUL IN
(2) THIS DEVICE MU
INTERFERENCE REC
INTERFERENCE THA
UNDESIRED OPERA
Apparatus Claims
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 license
for limited viewing
uses only.
Audio cable
To FRONT RIGHT input terminal
To FRONT LEFT input terminal
After you have setup the connection...
● Speaker Settings
Set Speaker Settings of the Initial Settings screen to [5.1 CHANNEL] or [EXPERT]. See pages 29 and 30.
● Downmix Settings
Set [DOWNMIX] in Initial Settings 2 of the Initial Settings screen to [OFF]. See page 28.
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Connections
Connecting to a Device with a Digital Input Terminal
By connecting the digital output from this player to the digital input terminal of a receiver etc., you can send the digital
audio signal from discs to external devices without changing the signal. Also, by connecting to Dolby Digital or DTS
decoders (or amplifiers with built-in decoders), you can enjoy high-quality surround audio.
See pages 8 and 9 for details for the video signal
connection to a TV.
Remove the protective cap
before connecting
the digital optical
cable.
Main unit
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
nder license from Dolby
Dolby", "MLP Lossless",
-D symbol are
Dolby Laboratories.
published Works.
2-1998 Dolby
ll rights reserved.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
OMPANY OF JAPAN,LIMITED MADE IN JAPAN
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
PCM / STREAM
AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT
Connect one of these
Digital device
To DIGITAL COAXIAL input terminal
Coaxial cable
To DIGITAL OPTICAL input terminal
Digital optical cable
After you have setup the connection...
● Digital OUT Settings
Set [DIGITAL] OUT in Initial Settings 2 of the Initial Settings screen to match the connection to the external device.
See page 27.
Note:
●
●
When connecting to devices with Dolby Digital or DTS decoder functions
The [COMPRESSION] and [DOWNMIX] settings in Initial Settings 2 of the Initial Settings screen will not be applied
to the digital output from the player. Make any adjustments for these settings with the external decoder.
DVD Audio digital output
When recording the DVD Audio multi-channel digital output, the digital output is downmixed to two channels.
What is DTS (Digital Theater System)?
DTS is a new surround format that has better data compression to Dolby Digital that delivers superior quality surround
playback of audio. It uses the same 5.1 channel that Dolby Digital uses, but due to lower audio compression during
recording it produces audio with more depth and high S/N playback. It's wide dynamic range allows it to produce
magnificent sound with excellent audio separation.
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Connections
Connecting to the Power Supply
Use the power cord provided to connect the player to the power supply.
Insert the connector of the power cord into the power connector slot on the rear panel before inserting the power plug
into the power outlet.
Main unit
RIGHT
LEFT
AC120V 60Hz
AC IN
NUMBER LABEL
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
RIGHT
LEFT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15
DVD PLAYER
OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
MODEL NO. XV-D9000
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO
CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT AC 120V ~ 60Hz 35W
CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
LISTED
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
4C43
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
VIDEO
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
EQUIPMENT
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Apparatus Claims of
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,216,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 licensed
for limited viewing
uses only.
JVC AMERICAS CORP.
1700 VALLEY ROAD
WAYNE, N.J. 07470
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES
21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE
OF MANUFACTURE.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theeter Systeme,Inc.US Pat.
No.5,451,942 and other world-wide paterts lssued and pending. "DTS",
"DTS Digital Surround",are trademarks of Digital Theater System,Inc.
Copyrlght 1996 Digital Theater Systems,Inc.All Rights Reeerved.
VIDEO
S-VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories."Dolby", "MLP Lossless",
and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works.
Copyright 1992-1998 Dolby
Laboratories. All rights reserved.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN,LIMITED MADE IN JAPAN
COAXIAL
OPTICAL
PCM / STREAM
AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT
• The AC power cord of this unit has certain one-way direction connections to prevent electric shock.
• Always connect the player directly to a wall power outlet.
CAUTION
Only use the power cord provided with the
player.
If you use a different cable, it may cause a
malfunction or a fire hazard.
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Preparing the Remote Control
● You can use the remote control to control the player.
The rear of the remote control includes a compartment for batteries.
1 While pressing the upper section of the battery compartment cover, lift off the cover.
2 Insert AAA dry-cell batteries.
Make sure that the + and - poles of the batteries are the same as indicated inside the battery compartment.
AAA dry-cell batteries
3 Close the battery compartment cover.
Note:
● When the operation range of the remote control is reduced, or if you can only use it when very close to the main unit,
it is time to replace the batteries. Replace both batteries with new AAA batteries. Although the battery life will vary
depending on amount of use and operating conditions, the batteries should last for six months, or so.
●
If you will not be using the player for an extended period, remove the batteries from the remote control.
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Parts and Their Functions
Front Panel
This allows you to perform basic operations for the player. The buttons on the front panel are all available on the
remote control and the functions of both buttons are the same.
1
13
Display
DVD AUDIO
POWER
EXTENDED K2
PROCESSING
STANDBY
VIDEO / DISP.
ON / OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
XV - D9000
DVD AUDIO / VIDEO PLAYER
2 3
4 5 6 7 8
Disc tray
9
10 11 12
1 DVD AUDIO Indicator (blue)
This lights when you insert a DVD Audio disc.
8 DISPLAY OFF Indicator (orange)
This lights when the display mode is off.
2 POWER STANDBY Indicator (red)
This lights when the player is switched off. When the player
is switched on, this indicator goes out.
9 0 (Open/Close) Button
This opens or closes the disc tray. It can also be used to
turn the power on.
3 POWER/STANDBY Switch
Switches the power on and off.
0 7 (Stop) Button
This stops playback of a disc that is playing.
4 Remote Control Optical Sensor
Receives the control signals from the remote control.
- 8 (Pause) Button
This pauses playback of a disc that is playing.
5 EXTENDED K2 PROCESSING Indicator (orange)
This lights when Extended K2 Processing function is on.
= 3 (Play) Button
This starts playback of a disc in the disc tray. It can also be
used to turn the power on.
6 EXTENDED K2 PROCESSING Button
Switches the Extended K2 Processing function on and off.
See page 63.
7 VIDEO/DISP.ON/OFF Button
Each press of this button switches the video output from
the main unit on or off, and switches the display mode. See
page 38.
~ 4/¢ (Skip) Buttons
Use these to jump to the next/previous scene, or to jump to
the next/previous track.
By pressing this button continuously during playback, you
can fast forward/backward through the disc. Playback
returns to normal mode when you release the button.
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Parts and Their Functions
Display Section
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1 TITLE/CHAP./GROUP/TRACK Display
For DVD Audio, this displays the Group number and Track
(song) number.
For DVD Video, this displays the Title number and Chapter
(song) number.
For Audio CD or Video CD, this displays the Track number.
2 STEP/INDEX Display
STEP :
Displays the program step number for
programmed tracks.
INDEX : Displays the index number recorded on the disc.
• Displayed for DVD Audio and Audio CD discs.
3 Signal Format Display
When you play a disc, this displays the audio signal format
used by the disc.
LPCM : Linear PCM format
MPEG : MPEG format
DOLBY DIGITAL : Dolby Digital format
DTS : Digital Theater System format
MLP : Meridian Lossless Packing format (lossless
compression for DVD Audio)
4 B.S.P. (Browsable Still Pictures) Display (red)
This indicates if you can freely select the still images stored
on a DVD Audio disc. When this is lit you press the PAGE +/
- buttons on the remote control to select a still image.
5 BONUS Display
This lights when there is a bonus group in a DVD Audio
disc.
• Not all discs include bonus groups.
6 Disc Type Display
Displays DVD, CD, or VCD (Video CD) as appropriate for
the disc.
8
9
10
16
12
13
7 Audio Channel Display
Displays the audio channel information stored on a disc.
• For stereo two channel audio
lights.
• For 5.1 multi-channel format audio
lights.
L,R : Front left/right
C : Center
LS,RS : Rear left/right
LFE : Subwoofer low frequency signal
8 V.OFF Display (red)
When V.OFF is lit, you can switch off the video output when
playing DVD Audio or Audio CD discs. By pressing the
DISPLAY OFF button on the remote control or the VIDEO/
DISP.OFF on the player, you can turn the V.OFF display
on.
See page 38.
9 PROGRESSIVE Display (red)
This lights when Progressive Mode of the Initial Settings
screen is set to [VIDEO] or [FILM].
See page 28.
0 Play Mode Display
Displays the function being used.
- Repeat Display
Displays the function being used.
= Time Display Mode
Displays the selected time display mode.
~ Message/Time Display
Displays any messages from the player or playback time of
the disc.
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Parts and Their Functions
Rear Panel
2
RIGHT
3 4
5
LEFT
AC IN
NUMBER LABEL
REAR
CENTER SUBWOOFER
LEFT
RIGHT
FRONT
AUDIO ANALOG OUTPUT
WARNING: SHOCK HAZARD - DO NOT OPEN
AVIS: RISQUE DE CHOC ELECTRIQUE - NE PAS OUVRIR
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15
DVD PLAYER
OF THE FCC RULES. OPERATION IS
MODEL NO. XV-D9000
SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO
CONDITIONS: (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT AC 120V ~ 60Hz 35W
CAUSE HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND
LISTED
(2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY
4C43
INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, INCLUDING
VIDEO
INTERFERENCE THAT MAY CAUSE
EQUIPMENT
UNDESIRED OPERATION.
Apparatus Claims of
U.S.Patent Nos.
4,631,603, 4,577,216,
4,819,098,and
4,907,093 licensed
for limited viewing
uses only.
VIDEO
Y
PB
PR
COMPONENT
VIDEO OUTPUT
JVC AMERICAS CORP.
1700 VALLEY ROAD
WAYNE, N.J. 07470
PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH DHHS RULES
21 CFR SUBCHAPTER J IN EFFECT AT DATE
OF MANUFACTURE.
Manufactured under license from Digital Theeter Systeme,Inc.US Pat.
No.5,451,942 and other world-wide paterts lssued and pending. "DTS",
"DTS Digital Surround",are trademarks of Digital Theater System,Inc.
Copyrlght 1996 Digital Theater Systems,Inc.All Rights Reeerved.
1
S-VIDEO
Manufactured under license from Dolby
Laboratories."Dolby", "MLP Lossless",
and the double-D symbol are
trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
Confidential Unpublished Works.
W
Copyrights 1992-1998 Dolby
Laboratories. All rights reserved.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
COAXIAL
VICTOR COMPANY OF JAPAN,LIMITED MADE IN JAPAN
8
6
OPTICAL
PCM / STREAM
AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT
7
● Analog Audio Output Terminals
Use these terminals to connect the analog output from the
player to a TV or analog amplifier.
● Digital Audio Output Terminals
Use these terminals to connect the digital audio output from
the player to a device with digital input terminals.
1 FRONT Terminals
These terminals are for connecting the analog audio output
for the front left/right channels.
6 COAXIAL Terminal
Outputs the digital audio signal.
2 REAR/CENTER/SUBWOOFER Terminals
These terminals are for connecting the analog audio output
for the rear left/right, center, and subwoofer channels.
They are used for multi-channel format configurations.
7 OPTICAL Terminals
Outputs the digital audio signal.
● Power Connector
8 Power Connector
Connects to the power cord provided with the player.
● Video Output Terminals
Use these terminals to connect the video output from the
player to a TV etc.
3 VIDEO Terminal
Outputs the video signal (composite signal.)
4 S-VIDEO Terminal
Outputs the S-video signal.
5 COMPONENT (Component Video) Terminals
Outputs the component video signals.
• These can also be connected to a progressive TV or
high-definition TV. See page 8.
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Parts and Their Functions
1 STANDBY/ON Switch
Switches the power on and off.
Remote Control
The buttons on the front panel are all available on the
remote control.
The functions of the buttons are the same.
4
3
2 DISPLAY OFF Button
Each press of this button toggles the video output from the
main unit on or off, and switches the display mode. See
page 38.
3 EX K2 Button
Switches the Extended K2 Processing function on and off.
See page 63.
2
4 OPEN/CLOSE Button
This opens or closes the disc tray. It can also be used to
turn the power on.
OPEN /
CLOSE
5
SLOW(-)
6
GROUP(-)
7
10
EX K2
DISPLAY
OFF
STANDBY/ON
SELECT
SLOW(+)
8
GROUP(+)
9
MENU
TOP MENU
13
14
ENTER
11
12
16
17
18
19
24
1
PLAY MODE
SET UP
ANGLE
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
REPEAT
fs/RATE
DISPLAY
TIME
DISPLAY
THEATER
POSITION
REPEAT
A-B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
RETURN
9
10/0
+10
GROUP
RESUME
CANCEL
15
20
21
22
23
28
29
25
CHAP./
INDEX
CLEAR
PAGE
26
27
30
31
RM - SXVD9000A REMOTE CONTROL
DVD
5 7 (Stop) Button
This stops playback of a disc that is playing.
6 1/¡ (Fast Forward/Backward) Buttons
These can be used to play the disc faster than normal.
They can also be used to play in slow motion.
7 4/¢ (Skip) Buttons
Use these to jump to the next/previous scene, or to jump to
the next/previous track. With pressing [GROUP] or [CHAP/
INDEX] you can skip the group or index titles.
8 8 (Pause) Button
This pauses playback of a disc that is playing.
9 # (Play) Button
This starts playback of a disc in the disc tray. It can also be
used to turn the power on.
0 TOP MENU Button DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO
Press this to display the top menu of DVD Audio discs or
the title menu of DVD Video discs on the screen. See pages
42 and 51.
- ENTER Button
Press this to confirm a menu selection made from the on
screen menus of DVD Audio or DVD Video discs.
= SET UP Button
Press this to display the Initial Settings screen. See page
24.
~ MENU Button DVD VIDEO
Press this to display the menu screen for DVD Video discs.
See page 51.
! 5/∞/3/2 (Cursor) Buttons
Press these to select items in the menu screens or onscreen displays for DVD Audio and DVD Video discs.
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Parts and Their Functions
@ PLAY MODE Button DVD AUDIO AUDIO CD VIDEO CD
Use this button to select the Play mode (Random play,
Program play.)
• You can use this button while a DVD Audio, Audio CD,
or Video CD is stopped. You can also use it to change
Progressive mode when using progressive output. See
pages 41, 45, 46, 60, and 61.
# ANGLE Button DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO
Use this button to change the angle when playing DVD
Audio/Video discs that include multi-angle information. See
page 47 and 53.
$ SUBTITLE Button DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO
Use this button to switch of subtitles, when playing DVD
Audio/Video discs that include subtitle information. You can
also use it to hide subtitles. See pages 48 and 54.
% fs/RATE DISPLAY Button
Use this button to display the fs (sampling frequency) or
transmission bit rate of each channel for a disc that is playing.
See page 38.
^ TIME DISPLAY Button DVD AUDIO AUDIO CD VIDEO CD
Use this button to display the playing time of a track or disc.
See page 36.
& REPEAT Button
Use this button to repeat a title, chapter, or repeat all the
tracks or a single track on a disc. See pages 46, 47, and
52.
* AUDIO Button DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO VIDEO CD
Use this button to change the audio output when playing
DVD Audio discs with audio selection information, or DVD
Video and Video CD discs that include multi-audio
information. See page 54.
( REPEAT A-B Button
Use this button to repeat a specified section of a disc. See
pages 47, 53, and 62.
) THEATER POSITION Button
_ Number Buttons
Use these buttons to select a group, track, index item, title,
chapter or items in the on-screen menus.
• Using the number buttons
To specify numbers 1 to 10, simply press the
corresponding button.
To specify numbers for 11 up, use the [+10] and [10/0]
buttons.
Example:
To specify number 24, press [+10] twice,
then press [4].
To specify number 30, press [+10] twice,
then press [10/0].
+ GROUP Button DVD AUDIO
Use this button to select groups on DVD Audio discs.
Enter the group number with the number keys while pressing
this button.
See pages 37, 43, and 49.
¡ CHAP/INDEX Button DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO AUDIO CD
Use this button to select chapters in DVD Video discs, or
index items on DVD Audio and Audio CD discs. Enter the
number with the number keys while pressing this button.
See pages 44, 52, and 59.
™ RESUME Button
Use this button to resume play from a paused or stopped
position.
You can resume play from a position where the 7 (Stop)
button was pressed or the position when the power was
switched off. See page 33.
£ RETURN Button DVD AUDIO VIDEO CD
Use this button to return to the previous menu screen.
If B.S.P. is lit while playing a DVD Audio disc, this returns to
the specified still image on the disc.
Note:
● Even when B.S.P. is lit, some discs do not include a
specified still image.
DVD AUDIO DVD VIDEO VIDEO CD
Use this button to change the brightness of the video image.
See page 39.
¢ CANCEL Button
Use this button to cancel a track in a program.
∞ PAGE +/- Buttons DVD AUDIO
If B.S.P. is displayed when playing a DVD Audio disc, use
these buttons to browse forward/backward through the still
images. See page 44.
§ CLEAR Button
Use this button to clear all the contents of a program.
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Before You Start
This section describes some basic information you should know before you start
using your player. It also describes the various types of discs that can be played
with the player.
Opening Screen
This screen is displayed automatically when the power for the player is turned on.
During playback of a disc, it changes to the disc screen.
• Since Audio CD discs do not include screen information, the opening screen is
usually displayed for these types of discs.
Preventing Screen Burnin [Screen Saver]
If a still image is displayed for a long time, a residual shadow of the image can be
burntinto the TV screen. To prevent this from happening, the player has a screen
saver function. If the Initial Settings screen, a paused image, menu or other still image
is displayed for more than five minutes without any operations being performed, the
screen is darkened and a moving image is displayed.
• The moving image is set in [SCREEN SAVER] of Initial Settings 2 in the Initial
Settings screen.
• The screen saver function is cancelled when any of the operation buttons are pressed
and the player returns to the original screen.
See page 28.
On-screen guide icons
When playing DVD Video/Audio discs, you may see icons displayed over the picture.
These icons have the following meanings:
This icon is displayed at the beginning of the multi-angle information included on
some discs. If this icon appears while you are playing a disc, you can change the
angle used. See pages 47 and 53.
This icon is displayed at the beginning of the multilingual information included on
some discs. If this icon appears while you are playing a disc, you can change the
audio language used. See page 49.
This icon is displayed at the beginning of the multiple subtitle information included on
some discs. If this icon appears while you are playing a disc, you can change the
subtitle language used. See pages 48 and 54.
You can also setup the player so that these icons are not displayed. Set from the
GUIDE setting in Initial Settings 1 of the Initial Settings screen. See page 26.
If
appears during operation...
If
appears when you try to perform an operation, it means that you cannot use that
function. Depending on the type of disc, you may not be able to perform some
operations even if
is not displayed on the screen.
Depending on the type of disc, you may not be able to use the fast forward/backward,
pause, slow motion playback and other functions. In these cases the operations will
be invalid.
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Before You Start
Types of Disc Supported by this Player
The types of disc that can be played by this player are as shown below.
Discs that can be played
Content type
Disc size
Audio
+
Video
12 cm
Audio
+
Video
12 cm
Audio
+
Video
12 cm
DVD Audio
8 cm
DVD Video
Video CD
VIDEO CD
8 cm
8 cm
Audio CD
12 cm
Audio
8 cm
Discs that cannot be played
• DVD-ROM
• CD-G
• CD TEXT
• DVD-RAM
• CD-R
• DVD-R
• CD-RW
• DVD-RW
• CD-ROM
• CD-EXTRA
• Photo CD
You cannot playback these types of disc. If you try to playback these kinds of discs, you may only get noise playback.
This noise may damage your speakers.
For CD-G, CD EXTRA, and CD TEXT discs you can playback the audio only.
Regional code (local code)
The regional codes in DVD Video disc restrict the geographical region in which a disc can be played. If the regional
code in the DVD Video disc does not match the codes of the DVD player, you cannot play the disc. The regional code
for this player is 1, so you can playback DVD Video discs that have the number 1 on them.
• Examples of DVD Video discs that can be played by this player.
1
ALL
12
1 2
3 4
This player can playback discs that conform to the NTSC format. It cannot playback discs that use PAL or SECAM
formats, such as those used in Europe.
Note:
● The playback requirements for DVD Audio, DVD Video and Video CD discs are determined by the software
manufacturer. This player depends on the contents produced by the software manufacturer, therefore, some functions
may not work as intended.
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Before You Start
Disc Composition
DVD Audio discs
Generally, DVD Audio discs consist of up to nine groups, called Groups. Each Group can contain up to 99 tracks
(songs).
In addition, each Group can also contain up to 99 index items.
Example of DVD Audio disc composition
Group 1
Group 2
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
1st song
2nd song
3rd song
Index 1
Index 1 Index 2
Track 1
Track 2
1st song 2nd song
* Some discs also include bonus groups that have not been publicized. When you insert one of these discs, BONUS
appears on the display.
DVD Video discs
Generally, DVD Video discs consist of a number of large sections, called Titles. Each Title has its own number (Title
number) so that you can quickly access the title you want to watch. Titles can also be made up of a number of smaller
sections called Chapters. Each Chapter also has its own number(chapter number) so that you can quickly access the
chapter you want to watch. However, not all discs are divided into Titles or Chapters.
Example of DVD Video disc composition
Title 1
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Audio CD and Video CD discs
Generally, Audio CD discs are divided into a number of individual songs, called Tracks. Each Track has its own
number(Track number). For example, the second song becomes Track 2. Karaoke Video CD discs, etc., are the same.
However, some discs are not divided into Tracks.
Audio CD discs can also contain up to 99 index items.
Example of Audio CD disc composition
Track 1
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
1st song
2nd song
3rd song
4th song
Index 1
Index 1
Index 2
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Switching the Power On
● When the power is switched off, the STANDBY indicator comes on.
■ When the STANDBY indicator is on
1 Press the STANDBY/ON button on the remote control or the player itself.
The power is switched on and the STANDBY indicator goes out.
• The opening screen is displayed on the TV screen.
If you press the STANDBY/ON button on the remote control or the player again, the power is switched off and the
STANDBY indicator lights.
• The opening screen disappears from the TV screen.
One-Touch Operation
● 3 (Play) Button
Pressing # on the remote control or 3 on the player switches the power on.
If a disc is in the disc tray, playback of the disc starts.
● OPEN/CLOSE Button
Pressing [OPEN/CLOSE] on the remote control or 0 on the player switches the power on and the disc tray is
ejected.
Note:
The player is designed so that it uses a very small amount of electricity even when it is switched off. If you will not
be using the player for an extended period of time, unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
●
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Initial Settings
● Before using the player, set up the Initial Settings to match your system configuration.
● You can set up the Initial Settings while a disc is stopped or there is no disc
loaded in the player.
● You can perform these operations from the remote control.
The Initial Settings screen consists of the following three screens.
• Initial Settings 1, Initial Settings 2
These settings are used to set up the settings for playing DVD Audio and DVD Video discs.
• Speaker Settings
These settings are used to adjust the settings to match the speakers connected to the player.
Setting Up the Initial Settings
1
Remove the disc from the disc tray.
• Or stop the disc.
2
Press [SET UP].
The Initial Settings screen is displayed.
To switch between the various Initial Settings screens, press 2/3 to align the arrow (
Initial Settings 1
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
Speaker Settings
SPK.SETTING
PREFERENCE1
SPK.SETTING
ENGLISH
DIGITAL OUT
AUDIO
ENGLISH
DOWN MIX
OFF
LEVEL
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
COMPRESSION
OFF
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
SCREEN SAVER
MODE 1
DELAY
F.SP
Large
PROGRESSIVE
OFF
C.SP
Small
NORMAL
R.SP
Small
BASS
S woofer
ON
4:3LB
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
KEY
j
525P 4:3 OUT
PRESS
Press 5/∞ to align the arrow (
PCM ONLY
PREFERENCE2
MENU
GUIDE
3
Initial Settings 2
) with the tab.
5.1 CHANNEL
j
KEY
PRESS
KEY
TEST TONE
) with the item you want to select.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
4
Press 2/3 to select the setting.
Each time you press 2/3 the display changes and the displayed setting is selected.
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each setting.
• After you have finished making the settings, press 5/∞ continuously until the arrow appears in the tab again.
Then press 2/3 to select the next screen.
6
When you have finished making all the settings, press [SET UP].
The display returns to the normal display.
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Initial Settings
PREFERENCE 1 Settings
MENU
Some DVD Video discs include menus in several languages. When playing
these discs you can specify which language should be used when displaying
the menus when they first appear.
Each time you press 3, the language changes in the order shown below. By
pressing 2, you can go through the languages in reverse order.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
ENGLISH➝SPANISH➝FRENCH➝CHINESE➝GERMAN➝ITALIAN➝JAPANESE➝additional language codes
from AA to ZU.
See page 68.
* If the specified menu language is not included on a disc, the menu is displayed in the language included on the disc.
AUDIO
Some DVD Video discs include audio in several languages. When playing these
discs you can specify which language should be used for the audio when the
disc is first played.
Each time you press 3, the language changes in the order shown below. By
pressing 2, you can go through the languages in reverse order.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
ENGLISH➝SPANISH➝FRENCH➝CHINESE➝GERMAN➝ITALIAN➝JAPANESE➝additional language codes
from AA to ZU.
See page 68.
* If the specified audio language is not included on a disc, the audio is played using the language included on the
disc.
SUBTITLES
Some DVD Video/Audio discs of foreign language films include subtitles in
several languages. When playing these discs you can specify which language
should be used when displaying the subtitles for the first time.
Each time you press 3, the language changes in the order shown below. By
pressing 2, you can go through the languages in reverse order.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
ENGLISH➝SPANISH➝FRENCH➝CHINESE➝GERMAN➝ITALIAN➝JAPANESE➝additional language codes
from AA to ZU.
See page 68.
* If the specified subtitle language is not included on a disc, the subtitles are displayed in the language included on
the disc.
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Initial Settings
ON SCREEN
You can change the on screen language.
Each time you press 2/3 the language switches between English and French.
ENGLISH
↓
FRENCH
English
ON SCREEN
French
D'ECRAN
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
GUIDE
The player includes a function that allows it to display on-screen guide icons
while a disc is playing. These icons can help you understand what is stored on
the discs and how to use the player itself. You can also set up the player so that
these are not displayed.
• ON:
The on-screen guide are displayed.
• OFF: The on-screen guide are not displayed.
Example:
See page 20.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
MENU
ENGLISH
AUDIO
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
ENGLISH
ON SCREEN
ENGLISH
ON
GUIDE
MONITOR TYPE
PRESS
4:3LB
KEY
, etc.
MONITOR TYPE
If you have connected the player to a wide-screen TV (horizontal /vertical ratio of 16:9), select 16:9 WIDE. If the player
is connected to a standard TV (horizontal /vertical ratio of 4:3), select either 4:3PS or 4:3LB
according to your
taste. Many DVD Video film titles are intended for playback on wide-screen TVs. When playing these titles on a
standard TV they include converters for either the Pan Scan or Letterbox format. If the disc includes converters for both
formats, you can choose which format to use.
• 4:3PS
This format uses the same height as the original but clips the right and left edges of
the picture.
Note:
● If the disc does not support the Pan Scan format, Letterbox is used.
• 4:3LB
This format reduces the overall picture size and imposes a black mask at the top
and bottom of the picture. It does not clip the right and left edges of the picture.
• 16:9 WIDE
Select this format when connected to a wide-screen TV (horizontal /vertical
ratio of 16:9). This displays the whole picture for 16:9 film titles.
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Initial Settings
PREFERENCE 2 Settings
Digital Output
PREFERENCE1
Depending on the device to which the Digital Audio Output terminal is connected,
you have to change these settings to match the device.
• If there is nothing connected to the Digital Audio Output terminal, you do not
need to adjust these settings.
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
PCM ONLY
DIGITAL OUT
OFF
DOWN MIX
COMPRESSION
OFF
SCREEN SAVER
MODE 1
OFF
PROGRESSIVE
NORMAL
525P 4:3 OUT
PRESS
KEY
• STREAM/PCM
Use this setting if the player is connected to a receiver with DTS, Dolby Digital,
and MPEG decoders or with separate decoders.
• DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
Use this setting if the player is connected to a receiver with a PCM or Dolby
Digital, decoder.
• PCM ONLY
Use this setting if the player is connected to a receiver with digital terminal that
supports linear PCM output, or a DAT tape deck.
[Relation between disc types and output signals]
Output
Disk type
STREAM/PCM
44.1/88.2/176.4kHz, 16/20/24 bit
linear PCM DVD Audio
48/96/192kHz, 16/20/24 bit
linear PCM DVD Audio
44.1/88.2/176.4kHz, 16/20/24 bit
MLP DVD Audio
48/96/192kHz, 16/20/24 bit
linear MLP DVD Audio
DOLBY DIGITAL/PCM
44.1kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
44.1kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
48kHz, 16/20/24 bit linear PCM DVD Video
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
96kHz, 16/20/24 bit linear PCM DVD Video
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
DTS DVD Video
DTS bit stream
Dolby Digital DVD Video
MPEG DVD Video
PCM ONLY
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
Dolby Digital bit stream
MPEG bit stream
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
48kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
44.1kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
Audio CD
DTS Audio CD
DTS bit stream
Video CD
44.1kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
44.1kHz, 16 bit linear PCM
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Initial Settings
DOWNMIX
This setting adjusts the signal output to the Audio Output terminal to match the
connected device.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
OFF
DOWN MIX
• Lt/Rt:
• Lo/Ro:
• OFF:
Use this setting if the Audio Output terminal of the player is
connected to a receiver with a built-in Dolby Pro Logic decoder.
Use this setting if the Audio Output terminal of the player is
connected to a TV or a receiver with a built-in Dolby Pro Logic
decoder.
Use this setting if the 5.1 ch Audio Output terminal of the player is
connected to a receiver with a 5.1ch input terminal.
SPK.SETTING
PCM ONLY
DIGITAL OUT
COMPRESSION
OFF
SCREEN SAVER
MODE 1
PROGRESSIVE
PRESS
OFF
NORMAL
525P 4:3 OUT
KEY
COMPRESSION
You can adjust the downmix range according to your needs.
• ON:
This plays discs while suppressing the dynamic range. Use this
for quiet films etc. and other discs where is difficult to hear the
audio.
• OFF:
This plays discs using the original dynamic range.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
OFF
DOWN MIX
COMPRESSION
OFF
SCREEN SAVER
MODE 1
PROGRESSIVE
PRESS
If a still image is displayed for a long time, a residual shadow of the image can
be burnt-into the TV screen. To prevent this from happening, the player has a
screen saver function. If more than five minutes elapses without any operations
being performed, the screen saver starts. You can choose the following settings.
KEY
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
MODE 1:
MODE 2:
DIMMER:
OFF:
This mode uses a moving background.
This mode uses a stationary background.
This mode dims the screen.
The screen saver function is switched off.
SPK.SETTING
PCM ONLY
DIGITAL OUT
OFF
DOWN MIX
COMPRESSION
OFF
SCREEN SAVER
MODE 1
PROGRESSIVE
•
•
•
•
OFF
NORMAL
525P 4:3 OUT
SCREEN SAVER
SPK.SETTING
PCM ONLY
DIGITAL OUT
PRESS
OFF
NORMAL
525P 4:3 OUT
KEY
Note:
If the Screen Saver function is set to OFF, be careful to ensure that image burn-in does not occur.
● If the Screen Saver function is set to MODE 1 and flickering occurs, change to a different setting.
●
PROGRESSIVE MODE
Adjust this setting to match the connected TV.
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
• OFF:
Use this setting if the player is connected to a standard TV.
PCM ONLY
DIGITAL OUT
OFF
DOWN MIX
• VIDEO or FILM:Use this setting if the player is connected to Progressive
OFF
COMPRESSION
MODE 1
SCREEN SAVER
TV or High-Definition TV. For most cases, you should use
OFF
PROGRESSIVE
the Video setting.
NORMAL
525P 4:3 OUT
PRESS
KEY
Use the FILM setting when playing films to achieve even
better picture quality.
Note:
● These Progressing settings do not effect the video output for sources (S-VIDEO, VIDEO) other than component
video terminal.
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Initial Settings
525P 4:3 OUT
When the COMPONENT terminal of the player is used for progressive output (525P) to a wide-screen TV (horizontal
/vertical ratio of 16:9), some TVs fix the image size at the full 16:9 size. This means that when you play a disc that uses
the standard 4:3 size, the left and right of the picture is stretched. If this happens, you can select [NORMAL] to
automatically change the picture to the correct size ratio.
• NORMAL:
The horizontal /vertical size is ratio changed to the correct ratio,
and a black mask appears on the left and right of the picture.
Since changes the resolution, the picture quality is reduced
slightly.
• FULL:
This stretches the left and right of the picture.
Note:
● The 525P 4:3 Output setting is only used to adjust the picture size ratio
when playing video with progressive output. If the player is connected to a
TV that does not support progressive output, or Progressive Mode is set to
Off, the size ratio is not adjusted. You will need to make any adjustments on
the TV itself.
SPK. SETTING Screen Settings
Use these settings to match the capabilities of the speakers connected to the player. In most cases, you should select
either 2 Channel or 5.1 Channel. You can also select Expert which allows you to adjust the output balance or delay
time.
Speaker Channel Settings
Adjust this setting to match the speaker system connected to the player.
• 2 CHANNEL: Use this setting when the player is connected to a 2 channel
amplifier or two speakers. The setting is completed simply by
selecting [2 CHANNEL].
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
5.1 CHANNEL
LEVEL
• 5.1CHANNEL: Use this setting when the player is connected to a 5.1 channel
amplifier and you are using front, rear, center, and subwoofer
speakers. The settings are completed simply by selecting [5.1
CHANNEL].
• EXPERT:
DELAY
F.SP
Large
PRESS
KEY
C.SP
Small
R.SP
Small
BASS
S woofer
TEST TONE
This setting allows you to make detailed adjustments to the output to match your speakers. It is
intended for experienced audio experts.
Note:
● These settings are only effective for analog audio output. If you are using digital audio output, adjust the speakers
settings on the external decoder.
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Initial Settings
Expert Settings
● Speaker Size Settings
Select the speaker size for the speakers you are using.
1
Press 5/∞ to select the type of speaker.
• F.SP (Front speakers)
• C.SP (Center speaker)
• R.SP (Rear speakers)
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
EXPERT
E
LF
LEVEL
SS SS
BA BA
2
DELAY
F.SP
Large
C.SP
Small
Press 2/3 to select the settings.
R.SP
Small
BASS S woofer
• Large: Large speakers capable of playing bass tones.
TEST TONE
PRESS
KEY
• Small: Small speakers that do not reproduce bass tones well.
• None: There is no speaker connected to that channel.
If you select [SMALL] for the front speakers, you cannot select [LARGE] for any of the other speakers.
● Bass Redirect Settings
If you are using small speakers that cannot reproduce low tones well, you can
redirect the bass audio to the subwoofer or front speakers.
1
Press 5/∞ to select [BASS].
PREFERENCE1
PREFERENCE2
E
2
LEVEL
DELAY
F.SP
Large
SS SS
BA BA
Press 2/3to select the settings.
• S-woofer:
Redirects the bass audio output to the subwoofer.
• L/R:
Redirects the bass audio output to the front speakers.
If the front speakers are set to [SMALL], the bass audio is automatically
redirected to the subwoofer.
SPK.SETTING
EXPERT
LF
PRESS
KEY
C.SP
Small
R.SP
Small
BASS
S woofer
TEST TONE
● Speaker LEVEL Settings
You can select the output level for each speaker, within a range of +6 dB to -6dB.
1
Press 5/∞ to select [Level], then press [ENTER].
The Level Settings screen appears.
PREFERENCE1
E
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
EXPERT
LF
LEVEL
Press 5/∞ to select the type of speaker.
• F.SP (Front speakers) is fixed at 0dB and cannot be adjusted.
SS SS
BA BA
2
PRESS
3
Press 2/3 to select the desired output level.
• You can use the test tone to check the output level. See page 31.
4
Press 5/∞ to select [LEVEL], then press [ENTER].
The Level Settings screen closes.
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KEY
DELAY
F.SP
0dB
C.SP
0dB
R.SP
0dB
S woofer
0dB
TEST TONE
Initial Settings
● Delay Time Settings
You can adjust the delay time for each speaker.
PREFERENCE1
1
Press 5/∞ to select [DELAY], then press [ENTER].
The Delay Time Settings screen appears.
PREFERENCE2
SPK.SETTING
EXPERT
E
LF
LEVEL
SS SS
BA BA
2
Press 5/∞ to select the type of speaker.
• F.SP (Front speakers) and S.WOOFER (Subwoofer) are at 0ms and
cannot be adjusted.
3
Press 2/3 to set the desired delay time.
• You can adjust C.SP (Center speaker): within a range of 0ms to –5ms.
• You can adjust R.SP (Rear speakers): within a range of 0ms to –15ms.
• You can use the test tone to check the effect of the settings. See page 31.
4
Press 5/∞ to select Delay, then press [ENTER].
The Delay Time Settings screen closes.
PRESS
KEY
DELAY
F.SP
0ms
C.SP
0ms
R.SP
0ms
S WOOFER
0ms
TEST TONE
● Using the Test Tone
You can play a test tone when adjusting the speaker level or delay time.
1
While adjusting the speaker level or delay time, press 5/∞ to select Test Tone, then press [ENTER].
You can play a test tone from all speakers except the subwoofer.
• To play the test tone from a specific speaker, press 5/∞ to select the speaker.
2
Press 2/3 to adjust the Level or Delay setting.
3
Press 5/∞ to select Test Tone, then press [ENTER] to stop the test tone.
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Basic Operations
This section describes the basic procedures of how to insert a disc into the disc tray
and how to play the disc.
● You can perform all operations with the remote control and basic operations from
the player itself.
● The
symbols after titles in this section mean that these operations
can be performed with the indicated types of disc.
Example:
Means that the operation can be performed on all discs.
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
Loading a Disc
1
Press [OPEN/CLOSE] on the remote control. (On the player itself, press 0.)
The disc tray is ejected.
2
Place the disc on the disc tray.
Place the disc so it is aligned with the center of the disc tray. If the disc is not aligned correctly, it may be damaged
when the disc tray closes or it may become jammed in the disc tray.
Place the disc with the label facing upwards
• Place 8 cm discs in the
groove in the disc tray.
P.
/ DIS
EO
VID / OFF
OM
IO
AUD
DVD
K2
ED G
END SIN
EXT CES
PRO
LAY
DISP
OFF
O
DE
VI
ER
O/
0
DI
00 PLAY
AU
- D9
XV VIDEO
/
DIO
R
WE
PO NDBY
STA
D AU
DV
Disc tray
3
Press [OPEN/CLOSE] on the remote control. (On the player itself, press 0.)
The disc tray closes.
Note:
● Be careful not to trap your fingers in the disc tray.
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Basic Operations
Playing a Disc
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
This section describes the procedure for basic operations. Play, stop, pause and skip.
Step-by-Step Procedure for Playing a Disc
1
Press # (Play) (On the player itself, press 3.)
The disc is played starting at the beginning.
●
DVD Video:
●
Video CD :
Pressing # displays the menu on the TV screen. In this case, you can select an item from the
menu to playback. See page 51.
For Video CD discs that include PBC (Playback Control) information, pressing # displays the
menu on the TV screen. In this case, you can select an item from the menu to playback. See
page 59.
Stopping a Disc
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 7 (Stop). (On the player itself, press 7.)
Playback stops.
Pausing a Disc
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 8 (Pause). (On the player itself, press 8.)
Playback is paused.
Cancelling Pause
Press # (Play). (On the player itself, press 3.)
Skipping Through a Disc
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press ¢ or 4. (On the player itself, also press ¢ or 4.)
¢ : Skips ahead to tracks in the forward direction.
4 : Skips back to tracks in the reverse direction.
• DVD Audio:
For this type of disc you can skip across track numbers.
While pressing [GROUP], press ¢ or 4 to skip groups.
• You can also use this procedure while a disc is stopped.
Although it will depend on the contents of the disc, for most disc you skip across titles or
chapters.
For this type of disc you can skip across track numbers.
• You can also use this procedure while a disc is stopped.
For this type of disc you can skip across track numbers.
When playing Video CD discs using PBC, you may not be able to skip tracks for some
discs. For more information about PBC playback (using the menu function for normal
playback), see page 58.
• You can also use this procedure while a disc is stopped.
• DVD Video:
• Audio CD:
• Video CD:
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Basic Operations
Fast Forward/Backward Through a Disc
You can perform these operations by pressing the fast forwards/backwards buttons on the remote control or the player itself.
Using the ¡/1 buttons on the remote control to fast forward/backward through a disc.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press ¡ or 1.
¡: Fast forward through a disc.
1: Moves fast backward through a disc.
• The playback speed increases with each press of the button.
To resume normal playback
Press # (Play).
Using the ¢/4 buttons on the player itself to fast forward/backward through a disc.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press and hold down ¢ or 4 .
¢ : Fast forward through a disc.
4 : Fast backward through a disc.
• When you release the ¢/4 button, normal playback resumes.
Resume Playback [RESUME]
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
If you press the 7 (Stop) button while a disc is playing, that point is stored as the resume point. If you turn the power
off, while a disc is playing, that point is stored as the resume point. If you continue playback from the resume point, you
can continue from your previous session.
Storing the resume position
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 7 (Stop).
The point at which the disc was stopped is stored as the resume point.
• If you turn the power off the point at which the power was switched off is stored as the resume point. (The
resume point is remembered even if the power is switched off.)
• If you store a new resume point, the previous resume point is replaced by the new resume point.
Resuming Playback
■ While a disc is stopped or the power is OFF
1 Press [RESUME].
Playback starts from the stored resume point.
• When playing Video CD discs that use PBC, playback may resume from slightly before or after the stored
resume point.
• If you use resume after stopping program or random playback, playback will start from the resume point using
normal playback, not program or random playback. (For DVD Audio, Audio CD, and Video CD)
Clearing a resume point
If you open the disc tray, the stored resume point is cleared.
Example of basic resume playback
To continue playback from a previous session, press [RESUME] instead of [PLAY]. Playback resumes point where you
stopped the previous session.
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Basic Operations
Viewing One Frame at a Time
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
You can view pictures one frame at a time.
• For DVD Audio discs, you can only view pictures one frame at a time if the disc includes video images. For discs that
only include still pictures, or do not include any pictures,
is displayed.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 8 to pause playback.
2
Press 8.
Each time you press the button, the paused image is advanced by one frame.
• Pressing # (Play), resumes normal playback.
Slow Motion Playback
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
You can perform slow motion playback by pressing the buttons on the remote control or the player itself.
• For DVD Audio discs, you can only use slow motion playback if the disc includes video images. For discs that only
include still pictures, or do not include any pictures,
is displayed.
Using the ¡/1 buttons on the remote control for slow motion playback.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 8 to pause playback.
2
Press ¡ or 1.
¡ : Uses slow motion playback in the forward direction.
1 : Uses slow motion playback in the reverse direction. (Only for DVD Audio and DVD Video discs.)
The slow motion playback speed increases with each press of the button.
• Pressing # (Play), resumes normal playback.
Pausing slow motion playback
Press 8 (Pause).
Using the ¢/4 buttons on the player itself for slow motion playback.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press 8 to pause playback.
2
Press and hold down ¢ or 4.
¢ : Uses slow motion playback in the forward direction.
4 : Uses slow motion playback in the reverse direction. (Only for DVD Audio and DVD Video discs.)
• When you release the ¢/4 button, the player returns to the paused state.
Note:
●
●
The audio signal is not output during slow motion playback.
You cannot use slow motion playback in the reverse direction for Video CD discs.
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Basic Operations
Playing Time Display [TIME DISPLAY]
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
While a disc is playing you can display the elapsed/remaining playing time for a track, the elapsed/remaining playing
time for the disc. You can also display the playing time while a disc is stopped.
• You can perform these operations from the remote control.
Using time display during playback
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press [TIME DISPLAY].
Each time you press the button, the time display changes as shown below.
• When playing DVD Audio/Audio CD discs
EACH (Elapsed playing time of the current track)
↓
EACH REMAIN (Remaining playing time of the current track)
↓
No display DVD Audio: Elapsed playing time of current group
↓
Audio CD : Elapsed playing time from start of disc
REMAIN
DVD Audio: Remaining playing time of current group
Audio CD : Remaining playing time of disc
• When playing Video CD discs (with PBC Off)
EACH (Elapsed playing time of the current track)
↓
EACH REMAIN (Remaining playing time of the current track)
Note:
● You can only use time display for Video CD discs when PBC is set to Off. If PBC is set to On, the times are not
displayed.
Using time display while a disc is stopped (using [TIME DISPLAY])
■ While a disc is paused
1 Press [TIME DISPLAY].
Each time you press the button, the time display changes as shown below.
• When Audio CD or Video CD discs are stopped (with PBC Off)
EACH (Elapsed playing time for track 1 0:00)
↓
EACH REMAIN(Elapsed playing time for track 1)
↓
No display (Elapsed playing time from start of disc 0:00)
↓
REMAIN (Total playing time of disc)
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Basic Operations
• When Video CD discs are stopped (with PBC On)
PBC display
↓
REMAIN (Total playing time of disc)
Note:
● For DVD Audio discs, you cannot display the playing time by pressing [TIME DISPLAY] while the disc is stopped.
Using time display while a disc is stopped
When you insert a disc or if you stop playback, the playing time display changes as shown below.
• For DVD Audio discs
(Total playing time of disc)
↓ Approximately five seconds later
REMAIN (Total playing time for the first group)
↓ Approximately five seconds later
(Display when stopped)
You can view the playing time for each group by pressing [GROUP], then pressing ¢ ([GROUP(+)]) or 4
([GROUP(-)]) to select each group.
• For Audio CD/Video CD discs
(Total playing time of disc)
↓ Approximately five seconds later
EACH REMAIN (Playing time for the first track)
You can view the playing time for each track by pressing ¢ or 4 to select each track.
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Basic Operations
Turning the Display Off to Get Better Sound Quality [DISPLAY OFF]
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
If you do not need the picture display, you can switch off the video output. (For DVD Audio and Audio CD only)
By switching off the video output display while a disc is playing, you can eliminate noise generated by the video
circuitry or the display. This allows you to achieve even greater sound quality from the player.
■ While a disc is playing or paused
1 Press [DISPLAY OFF]. (On the player itself, press [VIDEO/DISP.ON/OFF].)
Each time you press the button, the video output and display changes as shown below.
V.OFF is lit
↓
• V.OFF is lit and the display
darkens.
• For DVD Audio discs, the DVD
AUDIO indicator on the player
itself goes off.
↓
• V.OFF is lit
• The DISPLAY OFF
indicator on the player itself is lit
• For DVD Audio the DVD AUDIO
indicator on the player itself goes off.
↓
No display
The picture on the TV goes off.
(For DVD Audio and Audio CD only)
The picture on the TV goes off.
(For DVD Audio and Audio CD only)
The picture on the TV goes off.
(For DVD Audio and Audio CD only)
During playback, the whole display goes off.
Return to the normal state.
Note:
For some DVD Audio discs, you may not be able to switch off the picture display.
● You can still access the Initial Settings screen even when the picture display has been switched off.
● If the power is switched off, the settings return to the normal state.
●
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Basic Operations
Adjusting the Image Brightness [THEATER POSITION]
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
You can adjust the image brightness so it best suits the lighting in the room where the video is being played.
• You can perform these operations from the remote control.
• For DVD Audio discs, you can only adjust the image brightness if the disc includes video images. For discs that only
include still pictures, or do not include any pictures,
is displayed.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press [THEATER POSITION] to select the image brightness.
The THEATER POSITION display appears.
THEATER
1
Each press of the button changes the THEATER POSITION as shown below.
Theater position
1
↓
2
The image becomes darker.
↓
3
↓
OFF (Normal position)
2
Press [ENTER].
The on screen display goes out.
• If you do not perform any operations for five seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
fs/RATE Display [fs/RATE]
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
You can display fs (sampling frequency) and bit rate information while a disc is playing.
• You can perform these operations from the remote control.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press [fs/RATE].
The fs (sampling frequency) and bit rate information for each audio channel stored on the disc and the number of
quantized bits is displayed. Five seconds later the display returns to normal.
Quantized bits
Example: 24 bit
Audio channel data (Blinks)
Sampling frequency (kHz)
Example: 96kHz
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Basic Operations
• For DVD Audio discs, a maximum of two audio channels are recorded on the discs. In this case, the data for each
channel is displayed as shown below.
Display example: Channel group 1
Example: Front L/R
96kHz/24 bit
↓ Five seconds later
Channel group 2
Example: Center, Rear L/R, Subwoofer
48kHz/20 bit
↓ Five seconds later
To original screen
• For DVD Audio/DVD Video discs that use a compressed format, only the fs information is displayed for the audio
channels.
2
Press [fs/RATE] again while the fs information is displayed.
The bit rate/second is displayed. The display is refreshed every 1/2 second.
Example: 9.2Mbps
The bit rate for DVD Audio and DVD Video is variable, so the average bit rate will change depending on the scene.
Generally, scenes with a lot of movement will have a higher bit rate.
• Press [fs/RATE] again to return to the original screen.
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Basic Operations
Changing the Progressive Mode
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
If you are using a progressive TV or High-Definition TV, set the [PROGRESSIVE] Mode in Initial Settings 2 to a
[VIDEO] or [FILM]. See page 28.
When playing film discs, etc., you may achieve better picture quality if the setting is set to Film rather than Video. In this
case, you can switch the Progressive mode between [FILM] or [VIDEO] without having to return to the Initial Settings
screen.
• The settings are changed as described below.
• You can perform these operations from the remote control.
■ While a disc is playing
1 Press [PLAY MODE].
The current Progressive mode ([VIDEO] or [FILM]) is displayed on screen.
2
Press [PLAY MODE] or 2/3 to change the Progressive mode setting.
Each press of the button switches the Progressive mode setting between [VIDEO] or [FILM].
3
Press [ENTER].
The on screen display for Progressive mode disappears from the screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
Note:
If Progressive mode is set to [OFF], you cannot change the mode. The message “PROGRESSIVE: OFF” will be
displayed on screen for two seconds.
●
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Enjoying DVD Audio
This section describes how to use the player to select the song you want to listen
to, create a program of songs, repeat a certain song, and various other functions. It
also describes the display operations for still images.
● You can perform these operations from the remote control.
● For more information on using the number buttons, see page 19.
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
● About DVD Audio
DVD Audio discs include tracks that have been divided into groups and can also include still images. The basic
structure of DVD Audio discs is shown below.
DVD Audio
Group 1
Track 1
Still picture 1
Group 2
Track 2
Still picture 2
Group 3
Still picture 3
Track 99 (Max.)
Group 9 (Max.)
Group
Still picture (Last)
Track
Still picture
• Up to 9 groups
Some discs also include bonus groups (special groups not listed in the contents.)
BONUS appears on the display.
• One group can contain up to 99 tracks
Some tracks also include index items.
• Multiple still images
Some discs include still images that appear while the disc is playing. These still images can be controlled using the
[Automatic Slide Show method] or [Button Operated Brow sable method]. Some discs also include especial effects
for the transition between images.
* The stereo playback of some multi-channel tracks may be prohibited. For these tracks, only the front L/R channel
will be output from the digital out. The analog output will be in accordance with the [SPEAKER SETTINGS].
Using the menu to select an item to play
Some DVD Audio discs include a menu screen.
■ Insert a DVD Audio disc
1 Press [TOP MENU].
The menu screen appears.
2
Press 5/∞/3/2 to select an item.
Depending on the menu, you may also be able to use the number keys to select an item.
3
Press [ENTER] or # (Play).
Playback of the selected item begins.
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Selecting a Track
● Use the ¢ 4 buttons to select a track.
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
1 While pressing [GROUP], press ¢ ([GROUP(+)]) or 4 ([GROUP(–)]) to select the group.
¢ (GROUP (+)): Each time you press the button the group number increases by one.
4 (GROUP (–)): Each time you press the button the group number decreases by one.
2
Press ¢ or 4 to select the track.
¢ : Each time you press the button the track number within the group increases by one.
4 : If you press the button once, playback of the track begins. If you press the key again, the track number is
reduced by one.
• Playback starts from the selected track.
● Using the number buttons to select a track
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
1 While pressing [GROUP], use the number buttons (1-9) to specify the group number.
• Playback begins from the first track of the selected group.
2
Press the number buttons to specify the track number.
• Playback of the selected track begins.
Example: To specify track 15
Press +10 ➝ 5
* : You cannot use the number buttons to specify a
track when the menu is displayed.
Selecting a track from a stopped group
Use the same procedure as described above to select a track.
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Selecting an Index Item
If an index has been included with a track, you can specify the index number to begin playback from that index number
position.
● Selecting an index item using [CHAP./INDEX] (Index search)
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
1 While pressing [CHAP./INDEX], use the number buttons to specify the index number.
• Playback starts from the selected index number.
● Using the ¢ 4 buttons to select an index item (Index skip)
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
1 While pressing [CHAP./INDEX], press ¢ or 4 to select the index number.
¢ : Each time you press the button the index number increases by one.
4 : Each time you press the button the index number decreases by one.
Still image display operations
Some DVD Audio discs include still images that appear while the disc is playing. You can perform the following still
image display operations while B.S.P is on.
Advancing/replaying still images [PAGE +/–]
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
1 Press [PAGE+] or [PAGE –]
PAGE +: Displays the next still image.
PAGE –: Displays the previous still image.
* B.S.P. appears in red only when the disc includes still images that can be browsed.
Jumping to specified still images on a disc [RETURN]
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing (Only when B.S.P. is on)
1 Press [RETURN].
Jumps to the specified still images on the disc.
• Some discs do not include still images that can be browsed by pressing [RETURN]. In this case,
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Program Playback
You can arrange songs on a disc in the order you want to play them.
• You can include up to 32 songs in a program.
■ While a DVD Audio is stopped
1 Press [PLAY MODE] until PROGRAM is displayed.
Each press of the button changes the display mode as shown below.
PROGRAM
RANDOM
No display (Normal playback)
2
Specify the group and track numbers.
1) While pressing [GROUP], press the number keys to specify the group number.
2) Press the number buttons to select the track number.
3
Specify the next group and track number.
• If you want to specify another track in the same group, you can skip the step specifying the group.
• You can repeat the same track several times.
• If you make a mistake entering a number, press [CANCEL]. The last track in the program is deleted.
4
When you have finished the programs, press # (Play).
Playback begins using the track order in the program.
• After all tracks in the program have been played, playback stops.
Since the player is still in Program mode, you can continue Program playback.
• Even if you press [PLAY MODE] and select either [NORMAL PLAYBACK] or [RANDOM PLAYBACK], you can
still use Program playback after they have finished.
• You can use fast forward/backward or skip through the track, as you would with [NORMAL PLAYBACK].
Checking and editing the contents of a program
Press the ¢ button while the disc is stopped. Each press of the button displays the tracks in the program in the order
they are programmed. Press 4 to display them in reverse order. The program number currently selected blinks.
• Deleting a program step:
Press [CANCEL]. The selected (blinking) program step is deleted.
• Adding a step to a program:
Repeat the procedure in step 2 and specify the new group and track number. The new program step will be inserted
at the currently selected (blinking) program number.
• When you have finished checking the program:
If you press [ENTER], the program step number stops blinking and you return to the last step in the program.
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Clearing the contents of a program
• While the disc is stopped, press [CLEAR].
• Open the disc tray or switch the power off.
Random Playback
You can play the songs on a disc in random order. All tracks in all groups on the disc will be played in a random order.
■ While a DVD Audio disc is stopped
1 Press [PLAY MODE] until RANDOM is displayed.
Each press of the button changes the display mode as shown below.
PROGRAM
2
RANDOM
No display (Normal playback)
Press # (Play).
Random playback begins. All tracks in all groups are played once is a random order, then the playback stops and
RANDOM goes out.
Cancelling Random Playback
• During playback, press 7 (Stop). Random playback stops and RANDOM goes out.
• While a disc is stopped, press [PLAY MODE]. RANDOM goes out.
Repeat Playback
You can repeat a specified tracks, all tracks in a group, or all tracks in all groups.
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing or paused
1 Press [REPEAT] to select the repeat mode you want to use.
Each press of the button changes the repeat mode as shown below.
REPEAT ALL
↓
REPEAT
↓
REPEAT 1
↓
No display(OFF)
Repeats all tracks in all groups.
Repeats all tracks in the selected group.
Repeats the selected track.
Repeat playback is not performed.
• Repeat playback begins.
• To select repeat playback while a disc is stopped, press # (Play). Repeat playback begins.
Using repeat playback during program playback
REPEAT ALL
↓
REPEAT 1
↓
No display (OFF)
Repeats all tracks in the program.
Repeats the selected track.
Repeat playback is not performed.
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Using repeat playback during random playback
REPEAT ALL
↓
REPEAT 1
↓
No display (OFF)
Repeats all tracks in all groups in a random order.
Repeats the selected track.
Repeat playback is not performed.
Cancelling Repeat Playback
• Press [REPEAT] to select No display (OFF).
• Repeat playback is also cancelled if you used [PLAY MODE] to change the playback mode.
• It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
A-B Repeat Playback
You can repeat a specified section within a single track.
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing (You cannot select this during program or random playback.)
1 Press [REPEAT A-B] at the starting point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A- appears in red, and the A-B Repeat start point (point A) is stored.
2 Press [REPEAT A-B] again at the finish point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A-B appears in red, and the A-B Repeat finish point (point B) is stored.
• Repeat playback of the section between A and B begins.
• You can also use ¡ (Fast forward) to search for point B.
Cancelling A-B Repeat Playback
• You can cancel A-B repeat playback by pressing [REPEAT A-B].
• If you perform an operation that goes beyond point B (skipping ahead to the next track, etc.), A-B repeat playback
is cancelled. Or you can press 7 (Stop) to cancel it.
It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
Changing the Angle [ANGLE]
Some discs, such as those of live concerts, include video footage taken from several angles (multi-angle) on the same
disc. For discs that use this function, you can select the viewing angle you wish to use.
■ While playing a DVD Audio that uses multi-angle
1 Press [ANGLE].
2
Press [ANGLE], or press 2/3 to select the camera angle you wish to use.
• Each press of the button changes the angle.
Example:
1/3
↓
2/3
↓
3/3
3
Press [ENTER].
The Angle on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
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If
is displayed when you press a button
The scene being played does not include any multi-angle information.
Changing the Subtitles [SUBTITLE]
When playing a disc that includes subtitles, you can select the type of subtitles, or choose not to display subtitles.
■ While playing a DVD Audio disc that includes subtitles
1 Press [SUBTITLE].
2
Press 2/3 to select the subtitles.
• Each press of the button changes the subtitles display.
Example:
1/2 (English)
↓
2/2 (French)
↓
–/2 (No subtitles displayed)
• English, Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, and the language codes for any other languages
are displayed. See page 68.
3
Press [ENTER].
The Subtitles on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
• You can press [SUBTITLE] to turn the subtitles display on or off.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include any subtitles, or prohibits changes being made.
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Changing the Audio Setting [AUDIO]
Some DVD Audio discs include multiple audio. For discs that do this, you can select the audio you wish to hear.
■ While playing a DVD Audio that allows multiple audio selection
1 Press [AUDIO].
2
Press [AUDIO], or 2/3 to select the audio track you wish to hear.
• Each press of the button changes the audio.
Example:
1/2
↓
2/2
3
Press [ENTER].
The Audio on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include multiple audio selection, or prohibits changes being made.
* For DVD Audio only, in addition to the on screen display for audio selection on the TV screen, AUDIO * (*: number)
is displayed on the display of the player itself. This means that you can change the audio selection even with the
video display switched off.
Playing a Bonus Group
If you insert a disc that includes bonus groups, BONUS appears on the display. You can use the following procedure to
play a bonus group.
• In order to playback a bonus group, you need to enter a key number.
Bonus group selection
BONUS appears on display
Key number entry
BONUS blinks
KEY_ _ _ _ displayed
(Normal operation)
BONUS goes out
• Selecting a bonus group
If BONUS appears on the display, you can select the bonus group using one of the methods below. When try to select
a bonus group, the KEY_ _ _ _ message asking for the key number is displayed.
• The bonus group number will not be displayed until the key number has been entered.
■ While a DVD Audio disc is stopped
• While pressing [GROUP], press the number buttons to select a bonus group.
• Select a bonus group when creating a program.
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing
• While pressing [GROUP], press ¢ (GROUP (+)) to select a bonus group.
• While pressing [GROUP], press the number buttons to select a bonus group.
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● Entering the key number
If you select a bonus group using the methods described previously, the following message will appear on the display
asking you to enter the key number.
KEY_ _ _ _ (The first digit for the key number blinks)
* About the key number
The key number you enter here is the key number for accessing bonus groups. Please refer to the documentation
provided with the disc for details.
■ While an Audio DVD disc is playing or paused
1 Press the number buttons (0-9) to enter the (4 digit) key number.
• To correct a mistake, press 2/3 to move to the digit and reenter the number.
• While you are entering the key number BONUS blinks on the display.
2
After entering the (4 digit) key number, press [ENTER] or # (Play).
If the key number is correct, BONUS goes out from the display and the bonus group number is displayed.
You can now perform standard operations with the bonus group.
• If the key number is not correct, the first digit for the key number blinks and the player waits for you to reenter
the key number.
Cancelling Key Number Entry Mode
You can exit key number entry mode using one of the following operations.
• Press [CLEAR].
• Switch the power off.
• Not entering the key number within 10 seconds.
• Make a song selection (selecting a group, etc.)
• Press [STOP].
Clearing the key number
• Open the disc tray.
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Playing DVD Video Discs
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
This section describes how to use the player to select titles or chapters, change the
camera angle, select the audio or subtitle language, and various other functions.
● You can perform these operations from the remote control.
● For more information on using the number buttons, see page 19.
Selecting the Section You Want to Watch
You can specify a title or chapter to start playback from the section you want to watch.
● Using the menu to select an item to play
Most DVD Video discs, include a menu screen. This menu can include various information, such as the film title or
song titles, it can also include information about the artist. You can select the section you want to watch from this
menu.
■ Insert a DVD Video disc
1 Press [MENU] or [TOP MENU].
The menu screen appears.
Example:
2
Press 2/3/5/∞ to select an item.
• Depending on the menu screen, you can also use the number buttons to make a selection.
3
Press [ENTER] or # (Play).
Playback of the selected item begins.
Using the MENU button and TOP MENU button
If a disc includes several titles, it often includes a menu screen that displays a list of the titles. This type of menu is
accessed by pressing the TOP MENU button. On the other hand, even discs that do not include more than one title
usually include a menu screen. In this case, the menu is accessed by pressing the MENU button.
For details about the menus for each disc, refer to the documentation provided with the disc.
If
●
●
is displayed when you press a button
If
is displayed when you press the TOP MENU button:
The disc does not include a menu that lists the titles on the disc.
If
is displayed when you press the MENU button:
The disc does not include any menu screen.
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● Specifying the title number to begin playback
Use the number buttons to specify the title number. Playback starts from that number.
■ While a DVD Video disc is stopped
1 Press the number buttons to specify the title number.
The specified title number appears on the display
and playback starts from that title number.
• You can also specify this procedure while a disc is playing.
Title number
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include the specified title number.
● Specifying the chapter number to begin playback (Chapter search)
For DVD Video discs that include films, the titles are often divided into scenes, or chapters. By specifying these
chapter numbers, you can start playback from that scene.
■ While a DVD Video disc is playing
1 While pressing [CHAP./INDEX], press the
number keys to specify the chapter number.
Playback begins from the specified chapter.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include a chapter with the specified number, or the disc will not allow you to use this function.
Repeat Playback
You can repeat a title or chapter that is playing.
■ While a DVD Video disc is playing
1 Press [REPEAT] to select the repeat mode you want to use.
Each press of the button changes the repeat mode as shown below.
• Repeat playback begins.
REPEAT
↓
REPEAT 1
↓
No display (OFF)
Repeats the title that is playing.
Repeats the chapter that is playing.
Repeat playback is not performed.
Cancelling Repeat Playback
• Press [REPEAT] to select No display (OFF).
• It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
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Playing DVD Video Discs
A-B Repeat Playback
You can repeat a specified section you want to watch.
■ While a DVD Video disc is playing
1 Press [REPEAT A-B] at the starting point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A- appears in red, and the A-B Repeat start point is stored.
2
Press [REPEAT A-B] again at the finish point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A-B appears in red, and the A-B Repeat finish point is stored.
• Repeat playback of the section between A and B begins.
• You can also use ¡ (Fast forward) to search for point B.
Cancelling A-B Repeat Playback
• You can cancel A-B repeat playback by pressing [REPEAT A-B].
• If you perform an operation that goes beyond point B (skipping ahead to the next chapter, etc.), A-B repeat playback
is cancelled. Or you can press 7 (Stop) to cancel it.
It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
Changing the Angle [ANGLE]
Some discs, such as those of live concerts, include video footage taken from several angles (multi-angle) on the same
disc. For discs that use this function, you can select the viewing angle you wish to use.
■ While playing a DVD Video that uses multi-angle
1 Press [ANGLE].
2
Press [ANGLE], or press 2/3 to select the camera angle you wish to use.
• Each press of the button changes the angle.
Example:
1/3
↓
2/3
↓
3/3
3
Press [ENTER].
The Angle on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The scene being played does not include any multi-angle information.
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Playing DVD Video Discs
Changing the Subtitles [SUBTITLE]
When playing a disc that includes subtitles, such as foreign language films, you can select the type of subtitles, or
choose not to display subtitles.
■ While playing a DVD Video disc that includes subtitles
1 Press [SUBTITLE].
2
Press 2/3 to select the subtitles.
• Each press of the button changes the subtitles display.
Example:
1/2 (ENGLISH)
↓
2/2
↓
(FRENCH)
–/2
(No subtitles displayed)
• English, Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, and the language codes for any other languages
are displayed. See page 68.
3
Press [ENTER].
The Subtitles on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
• You can press [SUBTITLE] to turn the subtitles display on or off.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include any subtitles, or prohibits changes being made.
Changing the Audio Language [AUDIO]
Some discs, such as foreign language films, include audio in more than one language. When playing this type of disc,
you can select which audio language to use.
■ While playing a DVD Video that allows multiple audio selection
1 Press [AUDIO].
2
Press [AUDIO], or 2/3 to select the audio language you wish to hear.
• Each press of the button changes the audio language.
Example:
1/2 (ENGLISH)
↓
2/2
(FRENCH)
• English, Spanish, French, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, and the language codes for any other languages
are displayed. See page 68.
3
Press [ENTER].
The Audio on screen display disappears from the TV screen.
• If you do not perform any operations for 10 seconds or more, the display automatically goes out.
If
is displayed when you press a button
The disc does not include multiple audio languages, or prohibits changes being made.
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Parental Lock Setting
Parental lock is a function that allows playback levels for audio or video material to be set depending on the audience.
For example, you can use parental lock to cut graphic scenes from films, or replace them with other scenes that you do
not want children to watch.
Setting Parental Lock [7+ENTER]
■ While a DVD Video disc is stopped, or no disc is loaded
1 While pressing 7 (Stop), press [ENTER].
The parental lock screen display appears on the TV screen.
2
Press 5/∞ to align the arrow (
) with [Country Code], then press 2/3 to select a code.
• Normally, you should select US (English.)
PARENTAL LOCK
US
Country Code
–
Set Level
––––
PASSWORD
EXIT
PRESS
3
KEY
ENTER
Press 5/∞ to align the arrow (
) with [Set Level], then press 2/3 to select the restriction level.
Each press of the button changes the level from 1 (Most restriction) to 8, and “–” (No restriction).
• For example, if “–” is selected the disc can be played with no restrictions.
PARENTAL LOCK
US
Country Code
3
Set Level
––––
PASSWORD
EXIT
PRESS
4
ENTER
Press [ENTER].
The arrow (
5
KEY
) moves to [PASSWORD].
Press the number buttons to enter the password, then press [ENTER].
The parental lock setting and password are set, and the arrow (
) moves EXIT.
• The password is four digits comprising of the numbers 0-9.
• If you want to reenter the four digit password, enter a new four digit password before pressing [ENTER].
PARENTAL LOCK
Country Code
Set Level
PASSWORD
US
3
––––
EXIT
NEW PASSWORD?
6
PRESS 0~9 KEY
Press [ENTER] again.
The display returns to the opening screen.
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Changing Parental Lock
The procedure for changing the parental lock settings is similar to the previous procedure, except that you need to
enter the existing password before you can make any changes.
■ While a DVD Video disc is stopped or no disc is loaded
1 While pressing 7 (Stop), press [ENTER].
The parental lock screen appears.
) moves to [PASSWORD].
• The arrow (
PARENTAL LOCK
US
Country Code
3
Set Level
––––
PASSWORD
EXIT
CURRENT PASSWORD?
PRESS 0~9 KEY
2
Press the number buttons to enter the existing password (four digits), then press [ENTER].
• If the password is not correct, a message asking you to reenter the password will appear. Enter the correct
password.
3
Press 5/∞ to align the arrow (
) with [Set Level], then press 2/3 to select the new restriction level.
• Setting Level 1 : Most restriction
• Setting Level – : No restriction
PARENTAL LOCK
US
Country Code
3
Set Level
––––
PASSWORD
EXIT
PRESS
4
KEY
ENTER
Press [ENTER].
The arrow (
5
) moves to [PASSWORD].
Press the number buttons to enter the new password, then press [ENTER].
The new parental lock setting and password are set, and the arrow (
6
) moves EXIT.
Press [ENTER] again.
The display returns to the opening screen.
Note:
If you cannot remember the password for step 2, enter 8888.
●
●
If you enter an incorrect password three times at step 2, the arrow (
5/∞ buttons to move it.
) moves to EXIT and you cannot use the
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Playing DVD Video Discs
Temporarily Cancelling Parental Lock
If you have set very strict restrictions for the parental lock settings, you may find that you cannot watch discs you want
to watch when you try to play them. If this occurs, a screen appears asking if you want to temporarily cancel the
parental lock restriction.
■ While the Parental Lock Temporary Cancellation screen is displayed
1
Press 5/∞ to align the arrow (
) with [YES] or [NO], then press [ENTER].
PARENTAL LOCK
This DISC can't play now!
Temporary
YES
Level Chane?
NO
PASSWORD
PRESS ENTER
––––
EXECUTE
If you select [YES], the arrow (
) moves to [PASSWORD]. Proceed to step 2.
If you select [NO], press [OPEN/CLOSE] to eject the disc.
2
Press the number buttons to enter the password (four digits), then press [ENTER].
Parental lock is temporarily cancelled and playback begins.
• If the password is not correct, a message asking you to reenter the password will appear. Enter the correct
password.
Note:
●
If you enter an incorrect password three times, the arrow (
to move it. Press [OPEN/CLOSE] to eject the disc.
) moves to [NO] and you cannot use the 5/∞ buttons
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Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
In addition to DVD discs, this player can play Audio CD and Video CD discs. For
Video CD discs that include PBC (Playback Control), you can use a menu screen to
select items, the operations for both types of CD is similar. This section describes
the operation for both types of CD.
● You can perform these operations from the remote control.
● For more information on using the number buttons, see page 19.
● About Video CDs with PBC (Playback Control)
• Most Video CD discs include the PBC function. When you insert these Video CD discs, PBC appears in the display
on the player and a menu appears on the TV screen. You can select songs to playback from this menu.
• You can also play Video CD discs without using the PBC function. While the disc is stopped, if you press the number
buttons to start playback, PBC is not displayed and the songs are played in the same way as Audio CD discs.
• Video CD discs that do not include the PBC function are played in the same way as Audio CD discs.
These points are summarized in the table below.
Video CD PBC Functions
PBC Function
With PBC
function
Playback with
PBC On
(Menu playback)
Playback with
PBC Off
(Playback without
using menu)
Without PBC function
Basic operations
Select songs from the menu screen using the number
buttons, while PBC is displayed.
• While a disc is playing, basic operation are the same
as those for Audio CD discs.
PBC changes as follows.
• Use ¢/4 to change operations while a disc is
stopped
¢ : PBC ➝1 ➝2 ➝•••
4 : •••➝2 ➝1 ➝PBC
• PBC playback only while PBC is displayed.
For example, if you display and play track 3, playback
will begin from track 3 with PBC off.
While a Video CD is stopped, specify the track (song)
to play using the number buttons. (To start playback
from the beginning of the disc, press 1.)
• While a disc is playing, basic operation are the same
as those for Audio CD discs.
—
• Same operations as for Audio CD discs
—
Note:
● When using the PBC menu, you cannot use the cursor or ENTER buttons.
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Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs
Selecting a Song from a Menu
VIDEO
CD
When you play a Video CD disc that includes PBC, PBC appears on the display of the player and the contents of the menu
included on the disc are displayed on the TV screen. You can use this menu to jump directly to the item you want to watch.
■ While the PBC menu is displayed on the screen
1 Press the number buttons to select a song.
Example:
Playback of the selected song begins.
To return to the menu screen, press [RETURN].
If [Next] or [Previous] are displayed on the menu screen.
• Press the ¢ button to advance to the next page of the menu.
• Press the 4 button to return to the previous page of the menu.
* The operation procedure can vary depending on the disc.
Selecting a Track
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
■ While an Audio CD or Video CD is stopped or playing
1 Press the number buttons to specify the track number.
• Playback begins from the specified track number.
When using Video CD discs
• If you specify a track number while a disc is stopped, playback begins with PBC off (playback without using the menu.)
• Even when playing a disc with PBC on, some discs will not allow you to specify a track number while the disc is playing.
Selecting an Index Item
AUDIO
CD
If an Audio CD disc includes an index with a track, you can specify the index number to begin playback from that index
number position.
● Selecting an index item using [CHAP./INDEX] (Index search)
■ While an Audio CD disc is playing
1 While pressing [CHAP./INDEX], use the number buttons to specify the index number.
• Playback starts from the selected index number.
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Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs
● Using the ¢/4 buttons to select an index item (Index skip)
■ While an Audio CD disc is playing
1 While pressing [CHAP./INDEX], press ¢ or 4 to select the index number.
¢ : Each time you press the button the index number increases by 1.
4 : Each time you press the button the index number decreases by 1.
Program Playback
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
You can arrange songs on a disc in the order you want to play them.
● You can include up to 32 songs in a program.
■ While an Audio CD or Video CD disc is stopped
1 Press [PLAY MODE] until PROGRAM is displayed.
PROGRAM
RANDOM
No display (Normal playback)
Each press of the button changes the display mode as shown below.
Elapsed playing time
(minutes : seconds)
2
3
Press the number buttons to select the track number.
Specify the next track number.
• You can repeat the same track several times.
• If you make a mistake entering a number, press [CANCEL]. The last track in the program is deleted.
4
When you have finished the programs, press # (Play).
Playback begins using the track order in the program.
• After all the tracks in the program have been played, playback stops.
Since the player is still in Program mode, you can continue Program playback.
• Even if you press [PLAY MODE] and select either [NORMAL PLAYBACK] or [RANDOM PLAYBACK], you can
still use Program playback after they have finished.
• You can use fast forward/backward or skip through the track, as you would with [NORMAL PLAYBACK].
Checking and editing the contents of a program
Press the ¢ button while the disc is stopped. Each press of the button displays the tracks in the program in the order
they are programmed. Press 4 to display them in reverse order.
The program number currently selected blinks.
• Deleting a program step:
Press [CANCEL]. The selected (blinking) program step is deleted.
• Adding a step to a program:
Repeat the procedure in step 2 and specify the new track number. The new program step will be inserted at the
currently selected (blinking) program number.
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Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs
• When you have finished checking the program:
If you press [ENTER], the program step number stops blinking you return to the last step in the program.
Clearing the contents of a program
• While the disc is stopped, press [CLEAR].
• Open the disc tray or switch the power off.
Random Playback
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
You can play the songs on a disc in random order. All tracks on the disc will be played in a random order.
■ While an Audio CD or Video CD disc is stopped
1 Press [PLAY MODE] until RANDOM is displayed.
Each press of the button changes the display mode as shown below.
PROGRAM
2
RANDOM
No display (Normal playback)
Press # (Play).
Random playback begins. All tracks are played once is a random order, then playback stops and RANDOM goes
out.
Cancelling Random Playback
• During playback, press 7 (Stop). Random playback stops and RANDOM goes out.
• While a disc is stopped, press [PLAY MODE]. RANDOM goes out.
Repeat Playback
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
You can repeat a specified track or all tracks on a disc.
You cannot use repeat playback while playing a Video CD disc using PBC.
■ While an Audio CD or Video CD is playing or stopped
1 Press [REPEAT] to select the repeat mode you want to use.
REPEAT
↓
REPEAT 1
↓
No display (OFF)
Repeats all tracks on the disc.
Repeats the selected track.
Repeat playback is not performed.
Each press of the button changes the repeat mode as shown below.
• Repeat playback begins.
• To select repeat playback while a disc is stopped, press # (Play). Repeat playback begins.
Using repeat playback during program playback
REPEAT
: Repeats all the tracks in the program.
REPEAT 1
: Repeats the selected track.
No display (OFF)
: Repeat playback is not performed.
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Playing Audio CD and Video CD Discs
Using repeat playback during random playback
REPEAT
: Repeats all tracks in a random order.
REPEAT 1
: Repeats the selected track.
No display (OFF)
: Repeat playback is not performed.
Cancelling Repeat Playback
• Press [REPEAT] to select No display (OFF).
• Repeat playback is also cancelled if you used [PLAY MODE] to change the playback mode.
• It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
A-B Repeat Playback
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
CD
You can repeat a specified section within a single track.
■ While an Audio CD or Video CD is playing (You cannot select this during program or random playback.)
1 Press [REPEAT A-B] at the starting point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A- appears in red, and the A-B Repeat start point is stored.
2
Press [REPEAT A-B] again at the finish point of the section you want to repeat.
REPEAT A-B appears in red, and the A-B Repeat finish point is stored.
• Repeat playback of the section between A and B begins.
• You can also use ¡ (Fast forward) to search for point B.
Cancelling A-B Repeat Playback
• You can cancel A-B repeat playback by pressing [REPEAT A-B].
• If you perform an operation that goes beyond point B (skipping ahead to the next track, etc.), A-B repeat playback
is cancelled. Or you can press 7 (Stop) to cancel it.
It is also cancelled if you open the disc tray or switch the power off.
• If you exit the track, the A point is cancelled. (You only perform A-B Repeat within a single track.)
Changing the Audio Channel [AUDIO]
VIDEO
CD
Some Video CD discs, such as Karaoke discs, include several audio channels: one channel with a vocal track and one
channel without a vocal track. When playing these types of discs, you can select the channel with vocals or without
vocals.
■ While a Video CD disc is playing
1 Press [AUDIO].
The audio channels (L/R, L, or R) are displayed on the TV screen.
2
Press 2/3 to switch between the channels.
You can choose between the following three settings.
• L/R : Normal stereo playback.
• L
: Outputs the L (Left) channel to the left and right speakers.
• R
: Outputs the R (Right) channel to the left and right speakers.
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Extended K2 Processing
Version 2.0 Function
DVD AUDIO VIDEO
DVD
CD
AUDIO VIDEO
CD
This section describes the Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0 function and how
to use it.
Basic Outline
Bit
extension
Input
Frequency
conversion
Input
44.1kHz, 16/20/24 bit
48kHz, 16/20/24 bit
88.2kHz, 16/20/24 bit
96kHz, 16/20/24 bit
Band
extension
Output
Output
176.4kHz, 24 bit
192kHz, 24 bit
176.4kHz, 24 bit
192kHz, 24 bit
Bit Extension and Frequency/Band Expansion
The Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0 technology is a new process that performs bit extension and band expansion
for the digital signal from CD and DVD discs to provide a sound quality that is closer to original sound. The process can
be divided into three parts, Bit expansion, Frequency conversion, and Band expansion, with each enhancement
applying supposition of the analog signal before conversion to a digital signal, and then quantization as a new high bit,
high sampling digital signal. This allows it to convert the audio from normal CD format or various DVD formats to a
maximum output of 24 bits and the frequency band by a maximum of four times for a high quality, high bit, high
sampling format.
How to Use the Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0, Function
■ To use the Extended K2 Processing version 2.0, press [EX K2] on the remote control or [EXTENDED K2
PROCESSING] on the player itself.
• The EXTENDED K2 PROCESSING indicator on the player comes on and the Extended K2 Processing Version
2.0, function is enabled.
The Extended K2 Processing Version 2.0, function effects the front L/R channels for the following discs.
• Audio CD, Video CD
• DVD Audio, DVD Video
(The function does not work for disc with a sampling frequencies of 176.4kHz, or 192kHz.)
Notice
• You cannot out put the signal that has been processed by the Extended K2 Processing to the digital output
(AUDIO DIGITAL OUTPUT) terminals.
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Handling Discs
Handling precautions
When handling discs, be sure to observe the following precautions. If you do not handle discs properly, it can become
difficult to read the signal from them, noise may be generated by the disc, or cause other malfunctions.
• When removing the disc from its case, lift the disc out while holding the pressing the center of the case.
• Be careful not to damage the disc.
• Keep the signal surface (rear surface) of the disc clean, do not stick labels or sticky tape on the label surface of the
disc.
• Do not bend or warp the disc.
Storing discs
Always store discs in their cases to prevent dust, scratches or warping, and avoid storing them in the following locations.
• Locations exposed to direct sunlight
• Locations with high levels of humidity or dust
• Locations exposed to high temperatures, such as near heaters or in a car
Cleaning discs
• If dust or fingerprints appear on the signal surface of the discs, wipe them gently with a soft, dry cloth from the
center of the disc to the edge. Do not wipe the disc along the circumference.
• Never use record cleaner, record spray, thinner, benzine, or other solvents to clean the discs.
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Troubleshooting
If you experience problems with your player, please check the table below before
calling for service.
Problem
Cause
Solution
The power does not come on.
The power cord is not plugged into the socket. Insert the power plug firmly.
The remote control does
not work.
The player is too far away.
The remote control is not pointing
towards the player.
Try to make sure that there are no
obstructions within 5 m of the remote control
optical sensor.
The batteries have died.
Replace the batteries.
The polarity (+/-) of the batteries is incorrect. Insert the batteries correctly.
There is no video.
There is no sound.
Sunlight is shining on the remote control
optical sensor.
Cut off the sunlight.
The video cable is not connected correctly.
Connect the cables correctly. See page 8 and 9.
The input selection on the TV is incorrect.
Make sure the selection is correct.
The Video Off function is on. (V.OFF displayed)
Cancel Video Off. See page 38.
The cables are not connected correctly.
Connect the cables correctly. See pages 8 to 12.
The input selection on the amplifier is incorrect.
Make sure connections/operations are correct.
There is no sound.
NO AUDIO is displayed.
The disc has been illegally copied.
Consult with disc vendor.
MULTI CH is displayed.
L/R ONLY is displayed.
The track is prohibited STEREO PLAYBACK.
Listen in MULTI CHANNEL SETTING or
listen another STEREO track.
You cannot play a disc.
The disc is not an NTSC disc. The regional
code (locale lock) of the player and the disc
do not match.
Replace the disc.
The disc is a type the player cannot
play, such as CD-R, etc.
The picture is jittery.
The picture is stretched
vertically or horizontally.
The player does not operate
correctly.
The disc is dirty.
Clean the disc.
A video recorder is connected
between the player and the TV.
Connect the player directly to the TV.
Progressive mode is On, for a TV that
does not support progressive output.
Turn off Progressive mode. See page 28.
The initial settings are incorrect.
Set the initial settings to match the
TV type. See page 26.
The TV settings are incorrect.
Correct the TV settings.
Lightning or electrical noise has
damaged the circuitry.
Turn off the power, then reconnect
the power cord.
Condensation has formed inside the player
because a heater has just been turned on
or the player has been moved from a cold
to a warm location.
Turn off the power, then turn the
power back on a few hours later.
If these items do not apply, the problem may not be with the player. Check any other equipment connected to the
player. If you still cannot solve the problem after checking the items above, refer to the Warranty , on page 73, and call
for service.
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Specifications
● General
Supported disc types
Video standard
Power supply
Power consumption
:
:
:
:
DVD Audio, DVD Video, Video CD, Audio CD
NTSC color TV format
AC120V 60Hz
At power on 35 W
During standby (STANDBY) 2 W
13.1 kg (29.5 lbs)
(W) 436 mm x (H) 125 mm x (D) 391 mm
17-3/16 x 4-15/16 x 15-7/16 inches
Power cord x1
Remote control x1
Weight
External dimensions
:
:
Accessories
:
Video
S-Video
:
:
Video (Component)
:
Horizontal resolution
S/N ratio
:
:
1.0 Vp- p/75 Ω
Y output
C output
Y output
PB/PR output
Over 500 lines
Over 73 dB
Analog audio output
Digital audio output
:
:
:
2.5 Vrms/10 k Ω
Optical : –21 dBm to –15 dBm (Peak)
Coaxial : 0.5 Vp- p/75 Ω
● Audio characteristics
Frequency characteristics
:
Dynamic range
:
Overall high wave modulation ratio
:
Wow/Flutter
:
CD (fs =44.1 kHz)
: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
DVD Audio/Video (fs =48 kHz) : 2 Hz to 22 kHz
DVD Audio/Video(fs =96 kHz) : 2 Hz to 44 kHz
DVD Audio(fs =192 kHz)
: 2 Hz to 88 kHz
* fs : Sampling frequency
16 bit
: Over 100 dB
20 bit/24 bit : Over 112 dB
16 bit
: Less than 0.0015 %
20 bit/24 bit : Less than 0.0010 %
Less than measurement limit (± 0.001 % W.PEAK)
● Video output
:
:
:
:
1.0 Vp- p/75 Ω
0.286 Vp- p/75 Ω
1.0 Vp- p/75 Ω
0.7 Vp- p/75 Ω
● Audio output
• The specifications and appearance of this model are subject to change without notice.
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391
Dimensions
436
POWER
STANDBY
EXTENDED K2
PROCESSING
VIDEO / DISP.
ON / OFF
DISPLAY
OFF
XV - D9000
DVD AUDIO / VIDEO PLAYER
125
DVD AUDIO
133
435
522
(Units: mm)
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Table of Languages
and Their Abbreviations
When you select the subtitle language or sound, the languages shown below are
displayed as abbreviations. To select the desired language, select the abbreviation
corresponding the language you want to.
AA
AB
AF
AM
AR
AS
AY
AZ
BA
BE
BG
BH
BI
BN
BO
BR
CA
CO
CS
CY
DA
DZ
EL
EO
ET
EU
FA
FI
FJ
FO
FY
GA
GD
GL
GN
GU
HA
HI
HR
HU
HY
IA
IE
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Ameharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bislama
Bengali, Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
Bhutani
Greek
Esperanto
Estonian
Basque
Persian
Finnish
Fiji
Faroese
Frisian
Irish
Scots Gaelic
Galician
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hindi
Croatian
Hungarian
Armenian
Interlingua
Interlingue
IK
IN
IS
IW
JI
JW
KA
KK
KL
KM
KN
KO
KS
KU
KY
LA
LN
LO
LT
LV
MG
MI
MK
ML
MN
MO
MR
MS
MT
MY
NA
NE
NL
NO
OC
OM
OR
PA
PL
PS
PT
QU
RM
Inupiak
Indonesian
Icelandic
Hebrew
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean (KOR)
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay (MAY)
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Occitan
(Afan) Oromo
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
RN
RO
RU
RW
SA
SD
SG
SH
SI
SK
SL
SM
SN
SO
SQ
SR
SS
ST
SU
SV
SW
TA
TE
TG
TH
TI
TK
TL
TN
TO
TR
TS
TT
TW
UK
UR
UZ
VI
VO
WO
XH
YO
ZU
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Kirundi
Rumanian
Russian
Kinyarwanda
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Sangho
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Siswati
Sesotho
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tami l
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Setswana
Tonga
Turkish
Tsonga
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Zulu
Country Code List for Parental Lock
This list is used for the Parental Lock operation. For details, see page 55.
AD
AE
AF
AG
AI
AL
AM
AN
AO
AQ
AR
AS
AT
AU
AW
AZ
BA
BB
BD
BE
BF
BG
BH
BI
BJ
BM
BN
BO
BR
BS
BT
BV
BW
BY
BZ
CA
CC
CF
CG
CH
CI
CK
CL
CM
CN
CO
CR
CU
CV
CX
CY
CZ
DE
DJ
DK
DM
DO
DZ
EC
EE
EG
EH
ER
Andorra
United Arab Emirates
Afghanistan
Antigua and Barbuda
Anguilla
Albania
Armenia
Netherlands Antilles
Angola
Antarctica
Argentina
American Samoa
Austria
Australia
Aruba
Azerbaijan
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Barbados
Bangladesh
Belgium
Burkina Faso
Bulgaria
Bahrain
Burundi
Benin
Bermuda
Brunei Darussalam
Bolivia
Brazil
Bahamas
Bhutan
Bouvet Island
Botswana
Belarus
Belize
Canada
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Central African Republic
Congo
Switzerland
Cote d’Ivoire
Cook Islands
Chile
Cameroon
China
Colombia
Costa Rica
Cuba
Cape Verde
Christmas Island
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Germany
Djibouti
Denmark
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Algeria
Ecuador
Estonia
Egypt
Western Sahara
Eritrea
ES
ET
FI
FJ
FK
FM
FO
FR
FX
GA
GB
GD
GE
GF
GH
GI
GL
GM
GN
GP
GQ
GR
GS
GT
GU
GW
GY
HK
HM
HN
HR
HT
HU
ID
IE
IL
IN
IO
IQ
IR
IS
IT
JM
JO
JP
KE
KG
KH
KI
KM
KN
KP
KR
KW
KY
KZ
LA
Spain
Ethiopia
Finland
Fiji
Falkland Islands(Malvinas)
Micronesia
(Federated States of)
Faroe Islands
France
France, Metropolitan
Gabon
United Kingdom
Grenada
Georgia
French Guiana
Ghana
Gibraltar
Greenland
Gambia
Guinea
Guadeloupe
Equatorial Guinea
Greece
South Georgia and the
South Sandwich Islands
Guatemala
Guam
Guinea-Bissau
Guyana
Hong Kong
Heard Island and
McDonald Islands
Honduras
Croatia
Haiti
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
India
British Indian Ocean
Territory
Iraq
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Iceland
Italy
Jamaica
Jordan
Japan
Kenya
Kyrgyzstan
Cambodia
Kiribati
Comoros
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Korea, Democratic
People’s Republic of
Korea, Republic of
Kuwait
Cayman Islands
Kazakhstan
Lao People’s Democratic
Republic
LB
LC
LI
LK
LR
LS
LT
LU
LV
LY
MA
MC
MD
MG
MH
ML
MM
MN
MO
MP
MQ
MR
MS
MT
MU
MV
MW
MX
MY
MZ
NA
NC
NE
NF
NG
NI
NL
NO
NP
NR
NU
NZ
OM
PA
PE
PF
PG
PH
PK
PL
PM
PN
PR
PT
PW
PY
QA
RE
RO
RU
RW
Lebanon
Saint Lucia
Liechtenstein
Sri Lanka
Liberia
Lesotho
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Latvia
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
Morocco
Monaco
Moldova, Republic of
Madagascar
Marshall Islands
Mali
Myanmar
Mongolia
Macau
Northern Mariana
Islands
Martinique
Mauritania
Montserrat
Malta
Mauritius
Maldives
Malawi
Mexico
Malaysia
Mozambique
Namibia
New Caledonia
Niger
Norfolk Island
Nigeria
Nicaragua
Netherlands
Norway
Nepal
Nauru
Niue
New Zealand
Oman
Panama
Peru
French Polynesia
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Pakistan
Poland
Saint Pierre and
Miquelon
Pitcairn
Puerto Rico
Portugal
Palau
Paraguay
Qatar
Reunion
Romania
Russian Federation
Rwanda
SA
SB
SC
SD
SE
SG
SH
SI
SJ
SK
SL
SM
SN
SO
SR
ST
SV
SY
SZ
TC
TD
TF
TG
TH
TJ
TK
TM
TN
TO
TP
TR
TT
TV
TW
TZ
UA
UG
UM
US
UY
UZ
VA
VC
VE
VG
VI
VN
VU
WF
WS
YE
YT
YU
ZA
ZM
ZR
ZW
Saudi Arabia
Solomon Islands
Seychelles
Sudan
Sweden
Singapore
Saint Helena
Slovenia
Svalbard and Jan Mayen
Slovakia
Sierra Leone
San Marino
Senegal
Somalia
Suriname
Sao Tome and Principe
El Salvador
Syrian Arab Republic
Swaziland
Turks and Caicos Islands
Chad
French Southern
Territories
Togo
Thailand
Tajikistan
Tokelau
Turkmenistan
Tunisia
Tonga
East Timor
Turkey
Trinidad and Tobago
Tuvalu
Taiwan, Province of
China
Tanzania, United
Republic of
Ukraine
Uganda
United States Minor
Outlying Islands
United States
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Vatican City State
(Holy See)
Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines
Venezuela
Virgin Islands (British)
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
Vietnam
Vanuatu
Wallis and Futuna Islands
Samoa
Yemen
Mayotte
Yugoslavia
South Africa
Zambia
Zaire
Zimbabwe
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Glossary
A
Aspect ratio
The horizontal to vertical ratio of the displayed image.
For standard TV's the horizontal/vertical ratio is 4:3, for
wide-screen TV's the horizontal/vertical ratio is 16:9.
Authoring
The process of encoding the source material, or the
process of adding control information to the encoded
data, or converting the data to DVD format.
B
Bit rate
The transfer rate.
Bit stream
The digital data generated by the various encoding
processes.
C
Chapter
Each chapter within a title.
Color variation signal
A signal that removes the brightnes signal from the G/
B/R signals and represents the hue and density.
Component
A video format that takes three separate video inputs
with information for the three primary colors of light to
create the video signal. There are G/B/R, Y/PB/PR and
other formats.
Composite
A synchronous composite video signal that combines a
signal combining the brightness and color frequency
signals and a standard color burst signal.
Cursor
Generally, the point where you enter numbers.
D
Decode
The process of decoding a signal that has been encoded
in a format standard, so that it restores to the original
signal.
Dolby Digital
The Dolby Digital (AC-3) format developed to produce
theater-like surround sound for household systems.
Consists of a maximum of 5.1 channels, three front
channels, two rear channels, and a 0.1 subwoofer
channel.
Downmix
This function converts multichannel (three channels or
more) sound formats for audio tracks to two stereo
channels. This is usually performed when the number of
program channels is larger than the number of speakers.
DTS (Digital Theater System)
A new surround format that holds more data than Dolby
Digital to provide even better surround playback.
The number of channels is the same 5.1 channel of
Dolby Digital but the use of a better audio compression
ratio during digital recording means that it has higher S/
N playback. It also has a wider dynamic range for delicate
sound separation.
E
Encode
The process of encoding a signal to meet a standard.
Extended K2 Processing
20 bit K2 processing extends 16 bit signals to 20 bit to
improve signal resolution, and also expands the sampling
frequency by two to improve the frequency band during
playback. This allows better sound reproduction of the
subtle nuances of the original for more realistic sound
playback.
Version 2.0 further expands this capability to 24 bit
176.4kHz/192kHz.
G
Geographical region playback control (Regional
code)
A system that only allows playback of a disc in
predetermined geographical regions. There are eight
regions in the world, and each region has a number
(Region No.) If the region number on the disc matches
the region number assigned to the player, you can play
the disc.
L
Letterbox
A technique for displaying wide screen video on a 4:3
TV without clipping the image by projecting a black, or
other color, mask across the top and bottom parts of the
screen. It is called by this name, since the appearance
is similar to a letterbox.
Linear PCM audio
A lossless compression format for converting an analog
audio signal to a digital signal.
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Glossary
M
S
Menu
A screen included on DVD Video discs that allows you
to select the titles of video or audio on the disc, or to
select the subtitles or camera angle, etc.
Multi-angle
A function that includes mutiple camera angles for the
same scene in a title and allows the user to select which
angle to use.
Multichannel
For DVD Audio discs, a single audio track can only
consist of one sound scene. However, they can include
three or more channels for the audio track.
Multilingual
A function that allows a single title to support several
languages.
Multi-story
A function that includes mutiple story variations for the
same title. Usually this allows you to select the story
you wish to follow when playing the disc, and to continue
making selections via a menu at each story junction
within the title.
Sampling frequency
The sampling frequency used when converting the
analog signal to a digital signal. Expressed as a rate of
times/second, it samples the analog signal and
determines the digital signal value.
Squeezed video
A method of storing 16:9 video data that is uniformly
shrunk (squeezed) to 4:3 video size.
When this is displayed on a TV or monitor the left and
right are stretched so that is return to the original ratio.
Surround
An audio encoding system that produces realistic,
theater-like sound to speakers placed around the listener.
S-Video format
A video signal that separates the brightness signal (Y)
and color signal (C) of a traditional video signal. It
produces an image with very little color blur.
O
One-sided disc
DVD discs that include signals that can only be read
from one surface. There are single layer and dual layer
one-sided discs.
T
Transfer rate
The amount of digital data transferred in one second,
using a transfer rate capable of MPEG-2 compression.
Two-sided discs
DVD discs that include signals that can be read from
both surfaces. The disc needs to be turned over.
P
Parental control function
A function that can automatically detect whether the
video or audio content of a disc is appropriate for the
audience (for example, educationally undesirable
scenes) by comparing the parental level stored on the
disc with the parental level set on the player. If the levels
match, or the level on the player is higher, you can play
the disc.
Playback control (PBC)
A signal included on (version 2.0) Video CD discs that
can control playback. Video CD discs that support this
function include a menu on the disc which allows you to
interact with the software, perform searches and other
functions.
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QUALITY
SERVICE
HOW TO LOCATE YOUR JVC SERVICE CENTER
TOLL FREE : 1-800-537-5722
Dear customer:
In order to receive the most satisfaction from your purchase, read the instruction booklet before operating the unit. In the event that
repair is necessary, or for the address nearest your location, please refer to the factory service center list below or within the Continental
United States, Call 1-800-537—5722 for your authorized servicer. Remember to retain you Bill of Sale for Warranty Service.
—JVC
JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING
COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
FACTORY SERVICE CENTER LOCATIONS
107 Little Falls Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004-2105
(201) 808-9279
1500 Lakes Parkway
Lawrenceville, GA 30243-5357
(770) 339-2522
705 Enterprise Street
Aurora, IL 60504-8149
(630) 851-7855
5665 Corporate Avenue
Cypress, CA 90630-0024
(714) 229-8011
2969 Mapunapuna Place
Honolulu, HI 96819-2040
(808) 833-5828
10700 Hammerly, Suite 110
Houston, TX77043
(713) 935-9331
230 Eliot Street
Ashland, MA 0172-2377
(508) 881-5923
14505 Commerce Way
Miami Lakes, FL 33016-1512
(305) 362-6252
890 Dubuque Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080-1804
(415) 871-2666
Sophisticated electronic products may require occasional service. Just as quality is a keyword in the engineering and production of
the wide array of JVC products, service is the key to maintaining the high level of performance for which JVC is world famous. The
JVC service and engineering organization stands behind our products.
NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS
JVC SERVICE & ENGINEERING COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
107 Little Falls Road
Fairfield, NJ 07004-2105
If you ship the product • • •
Pack your JVC unit in the original carton or one of equivalent
size and strength. Enclose, with the unit, a letter stating the
problem or symptom that exists and also a copy of the receipt
or bill of sale you received when you purchased your JVC unit.
Print your home return address on the outside and the inside
of the carton. Send to the appropriate JVC Factory Service
Center as listed above.
Don’t service it yourself.
CAUTION
To prevent electrical shock, do not open the cabinet. No user
serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
ACCESSORIES
To purchase accessories for your JVC product, you may contact your local JVC Dealer.
Or from the 48 Continental United States call toll free : 800-882-2345
(0694)
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LIMITED WARRANTY
AUDIO-1
JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA warrants this product and all parts thereof, except as set forth below ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL
PURCHASER AT RETAIL to be FREE FROM DEFECTIVE MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP from the date of original retail
purchase for the period as shown below. (“The Warranty Period.”)
PARTS
LABOR
1YR
1YR
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE FIFTY(50) UNITED STATES, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND IN
COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO.
WHAT WE WILL DO:
If this product is found to be defective, JVC will repair or replace defective parts at no charge to the original owner. Such
repair and replacement services shall be rendered by JVC during normal business hours at JVC authorized service centers.
Parts used for replacement are warranted only for the remainder of the Warranty Period. All products and parts thereof may be
brought to a JVC authorized service center on a carry-in basis except for Television sets having a screen size 25 inches and
above which are covered on an in-home basis.
WHAT YOU MUST DO FOR WARRANTY SERVICE:
Return your product to a JVC authorized service center with a copy of your bill of sale. For your nearest JVC authorized
service center, please call toll free: (800)537-5722.
If service is not available locally, box the product carefully, preferably in the original carton, and ship, insured, with a copy of
your bill of sale plus and letter of explanation of the problem to the nearest JVC Factory Service Center, the name and location
of which will be given to you by the toll-free number.
If you have any questions concerning your JVC Product, please contact our Customer Relations Department.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED:
This limited warranty provided by JVC does not cover:
1. Products which have been subject to abuse, accident, alteration, modification, tampering, negligence, misuse, faulty
installation, lack of reasonable care, or if repaired or serviced by anyone other than a service facility authorized by JVC to
render such service, or if affixed to any attachment not provided with the products, or if the model or serial number has
been altered, tampered with, defaced or removed;
2. Initial installation and installation and removal for repair;
3. Operational adjustments covered in the Owner’s Manual, normal maintenance, video and audio head cleaning;
4. Damage that occurs in shipment, due to act of God, and cosmetic damage;
5. Signal reception problems and failures due to line power surge;
6. Video Pick-up Tubes/CCD Image Sensor, Cartridge, Stylus(Needle) are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase;
7. Accessories;
8. Batteries (except the Rechargeable Batteries are covered for 90 days from the date of purchase);
There are no express warranties except as listed above.
THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MARCHANTABILITY, IS
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN.
JVC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF USE THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER
DAMAGES, WHETHER DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGE TO
TAPES, RECORDS OR DISCS) RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH
OF THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied
warranty last, so these 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.
JVC COMPANY OF AMERICA
DIVISION OF US JVC CORP.
41 Slater Drive
Elmwood Park, New Jersey 07407
REFURBISHED PRODUCTS CARRY A SEPARATE WARRANTY, THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY. FOR DETAILS OF
REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY, PLEASE REFER TO THE REFURBISHED PRODUCT WARRANTY INFORMATION
PACKAGED WITH EACH REFURBISHED PRODUCT.
For customer use:
Enter below the Model No. and Serial No. which is located either on the rear, bottom or side of the cabinet. Retain this
information for future reference.
Model No.:
Serial No.:
Purchase date:
Name of dealer:
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