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Table of Contents 3
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General
Information
Table of Contents
....................................................................
3
Safety Information ....................................................................
Introduction .........................................................................
4
5
Playable Discs
6
Getting
.......................................................................
Started
Remote Control Setup ................................................................
Hookups .........................................................................
Playing a Disc .......................................................................
Remote Control Buttons ...........................................................
Front Panel ........................................................................
Rear Panel .........................................................................
Disc Playback
Menus
7
8-14
15
16-17
18
19
Features
............................................................................
20
Paused and Step-by-Step Playback, Resume On .............................................
Fast Forward/Reverse Search ...........................................................
21
22
Slow Motion, Zoom
23
..................................................................
Track Playback ......................................................................
Title/Chapter
Playback, Time Playback ....................................................
Repeat Playback, A-B Repeat Playback ....................................................
24
25
26
Programmed Playback ................................................................
Random Playback ....................................................................
MP3/JPEG Playback ..................................................................
27
28
29
MP3/JPEG Displays ...................................................................
Audio Language, Stereo Sound Mode .....................................................
Subtitle Language, Camera Angles .......................................................
30
31
32
DVD
Player
Setup
and Features
On-Screen Displays ..................................................................
Parental Password ...................................................................
Parental Levels ......................................................................
Marker ............................................................................
Audio .............................................................................
Display .........................................................................
Language ........................................................................
Black Level, Virtual Surround ...........................................................
Information
You
May
33
34
35
36
37
38-39
40-41
42
Need
Care and Maintenance, Glossary ........................................................
Helpful Hints .......................................................................
Specifications .......................................................................
Limited Warranty
.................................................................
Index .............................................................................
43
44
45
46-47
48
4 Safety Information
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Safety
Precautions
To prevent fire
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ture.
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or shock hazard, do not expose
Communications
Commission
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(FCC)
to this equipment
this equipment
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to rain or mois-
Any unauthorized
void the user's authority
to operate
it.
Laser Safety
This unit employs
attempt
a laser. Only
to service
a qualified
service
this device, due to possible
person
should
remove
the cover
or
eye injury.
CAUTION: USEOF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTSOR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURESOTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIEDHEREIN MAY RESULTIN
HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION: VISIBLEAND INVISIBLELASERRADIATION WHEN OPEN AND
INTERLOCK DEFEATED.DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM. THE BEAM IS LOCATED
INSIDE, NEAR THE DECK MECHANISM.
Special
Information
for Canadian
This Class B digital apparatus
Cet appareil
numerique
Radio/TV
ment
has been tested
pursuant
reasonable
Best
de la classe
Users
with
Canadian
conforme
ICES-003.
to Part
protection
generates,
and found
15 of the FCC
against
harmful
to comply
with
Rules. These
limits
interference
uses, and can radiate
radio
installation.
If this equipment
tion, which
can be determined
frequency
does cause harmful
by turning
aged to try to correct
the interference
I)
Reorient
or relocate the receiving
2)
Increase
the separation
3)
Connect
receiver
the equipment
is connected.
4)
Consult
the dealer
between
du Canada.
the equipment
or an experienced
Copyright
Protection
Unauthorized
copying,
prohibited.
This product
incorporates
broadcasting,
public
copyright
to radio
by Macrovision
viewing
uses only
neering
or disassembly
Declaration
Corporation
unless otherwise
of the following
different
technician
from
recep-
measures:
technology
that
to which
the
for help.
and lending
and is intended
authorized
or television
off and on, the user is encour-
of Discs are
that is protected
claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual
property
Corporation
and other rights owners. Use of this copyright
be authorized
and used
interference
to radio communicawill not occur in a particular
performance
protection
This equip-
installed
and the receiver.
on a circuit
radio/TV
to provide
installation.
and, if not
interference
by one or more
antenna.
for a Class B digital
are designed
energy
the equipment
into an outlet
the limits
in a residential
in accordance
with the instructions,
may cause harmful
tions. However,
there is no guarantee that interference
by method
rights owned by Macrovision
protection
technology
must
for home
by Macrovision
and other
Corporation.
limited
Reverse
engi-
is prohibited.
of Conformity
Model
Number:
MDV443
Trade
Name:
Magnavox
Responsible
NMB-003
a la norme
Interference
This equipment
device,
complies
Party:
Philips Consumer
Electronics
P.O. Box 14810
Knoxville, TN 37914-1810
(865) 521-4316
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. "Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
Copyright 2003 Magnavox. All rights reserved.
Introduction 5
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Welcome!
Your new Digital Video Disc Player provides high picture quality, clear sound, and endless playback features available on Digital Video Discs (DVDs). Add options to your
DVD viewing - watch a director's cut of a movie, listen to the producer's comments,
or play your favorite scene over and over again. The possibilities are limited only by
your choices and the materials available on the DVD.
You can listen to Audio Compact Discs and MP3 files on this Player, or view JPEG
images.
To get the most enjoyment from the Player, read this owner's manual carefully. It
describes how to access the features listed below.
Features
• Audio Language choices *
• Camera Angles *
• DVD Menus in a desired
language *
• Markers
• MP3 Playback
• Parental control*
• Resume On
• Paused/Fast/Slow/Stepby-Step Playback
• Program Playback
• Random Play
• Repeat, A-B Repeat
• Specific Time/Title/
Chapter/Track
Playback
• Subtitles *
• Zoom
• If available on the Disc
Disc Menus...
Some explanations in this manual describe the DVD Disc Menus. These menus are set by
the movie producers and will vary among Discs. Not all Discs have menus. However, if the
Disc has a menu, you can access it by pressing the MENU button on the remote control.
Details are on page 20.
DVD
Player
Setup
Menus...
Some instructions explain how to use the Player's Setup menu to set features of the DVD
Player or the Disc. Access the Setup menu by pressing SETUP on the remote when Disc
play is stopped. Even if a feature is set in the Player's menu, it may not be available if the
current Disc does not include that feature.
Available
Disc Features...
All the features described in this manual may not be available on every Disc. If
the feature available. An "X" will appear in the top right corner of the TV
the feature is not available on the Disc, you cannot use the Player to make
screen if you try to access a feature that is not available on the current Disc
or not available at the current time. For example, some features are available
only during Disc playback, while others are available only if play is stopped.
Try stopping or starting playback, then try the feature again.
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Discs
This DVD Player will play Digital Video Discs (DVDs), Audio Compact Discs (CDs),
finalized DVD Recordables and DVD Rewritables (DVD+R and DVD+RW), and CD
Recordables or CD Rewritables (CD-R or CD-RW).
To play a DVD on this Player, make sure the Disc meets the requirements for Region
Codes and Color Systems as described below.
Discs that have the following Iogos will play on this DVD Player.
DVD
Audio CD
Region
Codes
DVDs must be labeled for ALL
Player. You can not play DVDs
Look for the symbols below on
your DVD, you cannot play the
CD-R/CD-RW
DVD+R/DVD+RW
regions or for Region I in order to play on this DVD
that are labeled for other regions.
your DVDs. If these region symbols do not appear on
DVD in this Player.
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The number
United
inside the
globe
refers
Canada,
upper
regions
States,
Islands,
and small
A Disc
encoded
same region
DVD
on this
regions
of North
of the world.
America,
Region
Bermuda,
1 represents
the
the
U.S. Virgin
near Australia.
in a specific
code.
to a region
region
For example,
format
if a Disc
can only
is labeled
play on
for
DVD
Region
Players
with
2, you cannot
the
play the
Player.
Color
Systems
Different color systems are available throughout the world. The most common color
systems are NTSC, which is used primarily in the United States and North America,
PAL, and SECAM.
This DVD Player uses the NTSC color system. Therefore, the Discs that you play
must be recorded in the NTSC system. You cannot play Discs recorded in other formats. The color system of the DVD may be listed on the DVD or on the Disc case.
Unacceptable
Discs
If you insert an unacceptable type of disc, "Please insert a playable disc" may appear on
the TV screen. The following Discs will not play on this DVD Player.
CD-ROM
DVD-RAM
DVD-ROM
Super Audio CD (SACD) (The Audio
CD layer of a hybrid SACD may play.)
_ Compact Disc-Interactive
_ Video Single Disc (VSD)
_ DVD-Audio
(CD-I)
Audio of the following discs might play, but video will not be accessible.
Compact Disc-Graphic (CD-G)
_ Compact Disc-Video (CD-V)
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Batteries
Remove
in the Remote
the
bottom
battery
and off, following
lid.
the direction
AA
two
compartment
indicated.
Replace
the
control
lid on the
by sliding the
lid clown
of the arrow
on the
batteries
inside
with
+ and - ends aligned
their
battery
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Control
compartment
of the remote
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the
battery
compartment
as
lid.
Using the Remote
Control
Point the remote control at the DVD Player's remote sensor
(see page 18) when using the remote to operate the Player.
Do not put objects between the remote and the Player.
Recycling
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Your
that
Guidelines/Battery
new
product
Safety
and its packaging
can be recycled
and reused.
materials
compa-
nies can recycle your product
to increase
that needs to be properly
disposed. Your
the amount
product
uses batteries
away when
that
should
not be thrown
depleted
but should be disposed
waste. Please find out about the
disposal
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contain
Specialized
of your
whenever
you
Battery
Usage
old
product,
batteries,
and packaging
replace
existing equipment.
CAUTION - To prevent battery
age that may result in bodily
or damage to the unit:
• Install
of as small chemical
local regulations
on
ALL batteries
markings
unit;
on the
• Do not
mix
correctly,
battery
batteries,
carbon
with alkaline; and
• Remove batteries
when
for a long time.
injury,
aligned
property
with
the
+ and -
as indicated
for example,
the unit
will
on the
old with
not
leak-
damage,
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8 Hookups
Depending on your TV and other equipment you wish to connect, there are various
ways you could connect the DVD Player. Use only one of the connections described
in the following pages.
Before
you begin...
_
Refer to the manuals of your TV, Stereo or other devices as necessary. Note the
style of jacks and connectors on the other equipment. Determine how to choose
different Audio and Video In channels on your other equipment so you can see
and hear the DVD Player on the TV, Stereo, etc.
_
Disconnect all equipment from the power outlets. Connect the equipment to
the power outlets only after you have finished hooking up everything. Never
make or change connections with equipment connected to the power outlet.
Determining
the best possible connection...
Your hookup will be determined primarily by your existing equipment, especially
your TV. However, the following guidelines describe which options have the best
picture and sound quality.
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Component
video provides the best picture quality.
S-Video provides excellent picture quality.
The yellow Video jack provides good picture quality.
If your TV has a single RF-stylejack,
usually labelled Antenna
In
or 75 ohm, you will need an RF adapter
in order to connect the
DVD Player to the TV. Ask your electronics retailer for details. The
DVD picture still will exceed the quality of videotapes and other analog
recordings. Details are on page nine,
Digital audio connections
provide the clearest sound. Connect the DVD
Player's COAXIAL jack to your Stereo for the best sound.
If digital connections are not possible, connect the DVD Player's red and
white AUDIO OUT jacks to the Audio In jacks of your Stereo or TV.
Remember...
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Connect the DVD Player directly to the TV. For example, do not connect the
Player to a VCR, then connect the VCR to a TV. This type of connection may
distort the picture and sound. Also, your VCR might have the copy protection system, which could further distort the DVD image.
Set the TV to the correct Video In channel. Such channels may be called
AUX or AUXILIARY
IN, AUDIO/VIDEO
or A/V IN, EXT1 or EXT2 or
External In, etc. These channels often are located near channel 00. See your
TV owner's manual for details. Or, go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02)
and change channels downward
until you see the DVD logo or DVD playback on the TV screen. (The DVD Player must be on.)
If you are using an RF modulator,
set the TV to channel 3 or 4.
Set the Stereo to the correct channel or "source" mode.
Do not connect the DVD Player's AUDIO OUT jacks to the PHONO
IN
jack of your Stereo.
Depending on your connection, you may need to purchase additional cables.
You only need one audio connection and one video connection.
If you do not connect the DVD Player to a Dolby Digital-compatible
Stereo, set
DOLBY DIGITAL to OFF on the DVD Player. Details are on pages 74 and 37.
Playing a Disc when the settings are wrong could distort the sound or damage
the speakers.
Once you determine
the best option, find your choice
Follow the specific steps for the hookup you chose.
on pages 9-14.
Hookups (cont'd)
Back of RF Modulator
(example only)
9
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ANTENNA
IN
RFIN
Antenna
or
Cable TV Signal
DVD Player
Before you begin, make sure you have an
supplied
with the Player, but are available
RF modulator
from
Magnavox
and extra
or most
RF coaxial
cables. These are not
electronics
retailers.
consumer
Connect
the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Player's yellow VIDEO
OUT jack and
to the VIDEO
IN jack on the RF modulator.
The VIDEO IN jack on the RF modulator is usually yellow and might be labelled VIDEO, CVBS, COMPOSITE, or BASEBAND.
Connect
OUT
jacks
the
supplied
audio
(left and right)jacks.
on the RF modulator.
(left).
Match
the
cable colors
You probably already
your TV. Disconnect
the ANTENNA
IN
cable
(red
and
white)
to the
Player's
Connect
the other
ends of the audio
Audio jacks on the RF modulator
usually
to the jack
red
and
have an Antenna
or Cable TV signal connected
to the ANTENNA IN jack
it now from the TV. Reconnect
the Antenna
or Cable
TV signal
jack
on
your
the RF OUT, ANTENNA
may be labelled differently
RF modulator,
cable to the ANTENNA
least used in your area.
If your RF modulator
has a Modulator/Antenna
Refer to the instructions
that came with the RF Modulator.
Turn on your TV and choose channel
RF Modulator's Channel 3/4 switch.
the
the
Player.
Player's
power
cord
on
to
RF modulator.
Your RF Modulator
should have a Channel 3/4 switch. The setting of this switch
channel on which you will watch materials
playing on the DVD Player.
Set the RF Modulator's
Channel
3/4 switch to either
3 or 4, whichever
on
and white
colors.
Connect
an RF coaxial cable (not supplied) to
TVjack
on the RF modulator.
The RF OUT jack
brands, Refer to the instructions provided with your
Connect
the other end of the same RF coaxial
jack on your Television.
Connect
AUDIO
AUDIO IN
white
cable to the
are red (right)
switch,
OUT, or TO
among different
IN or RF IN
determines
TV
the TV
channel
is
set it accordingly.
3 or 4. Choose the same channel to which you set the
to a power
outlet.
If no Disc is in the Player, you should
Press
STANDBY-ON
see the Player's
screen
button
to turn
saver on the TV screen.
Connecting
the DVD Player to a TV only
TV has AUDIO
(red and white) and VIDEO (yellow_
IN jacks
Back of TV
(example
only)
DVD Player
%
Connect
the
supplied
AUDIO
AUDIO
OUT jacks
IN jacks on
right jack
is red; the
red
and
the
left jack
white
DVD
on the
TV.
audio
Player
Match
and
the cable
cables
to the
colors
to the
red
red
and
and
white
white
to the jack
colors.
The
is white,
Connect
the supplied yellow video cable to the VIDEO
the DVD Player and to the VIDEO
IN jack on the TV.
OUT
jack
on
Connect
the TV's power cord to a power outlet.
Turn on the TV and set it to the Audio/Video
In channel.
This channel may be labeled A/V or Audio/Video, Aux or Auxiliary, EXT or
External, etc. This channel is usually near channel zero, or your TV's remote
control may have a button or switch that lets you select the Video In channel.
Or, go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward
until you find the Video In channel. If you cannot find the Video In channel,
check your TV owner's manual.
Connect
the DVD Player's power cord to a power outlet.
Press the STANDBY-ON
button to turn on the DVD Player.
You should see the DVD logo on the TV screen. If you do not, check your connections and make sure the TV is set to the correct Audio/Video In channel.
Connecting
the DVD Player to a TV only
(red and white) and S-VIDEO IN jacks
TV has AUDIO
Back of TV
(example only)
DVD Player
Connect the supplied red and white audio cables to the red and white
AUDIO
OUT jacks on the DVD Player and to the red and white
AUDIO
IN jacks on the TV. Match the cable colors to the jack
colors. The right jack is red; the left jack is white.
Connect an S-Video cable (not supplied)
on the DVD Player and to the S-VIDEO
to the S-VIDEO
OUT
IN jack on the TV.
jack
Connect
the TV's power cord to a power outlet.
Turn on the TV and set it to the S-VIDEO
IN channel.
This channel is usually near channel zero, or your TV's remote control may
have a button or switch that lets you select the S-Video In channel. Or, go to
your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward until you
find the S-Video In channel. If you cannot find the S-Video In channel, check
your TV owner's manual.
Connect
the DVD Player's power cord to a power outlet.
Press the STANDBY-ON
button to turn on the DVD Player.
You should see the DVD logo on the TV screen. If you do not, check your connections and make sure the TV is on the correct S-Video In channel.
Connectin9
to a TV only
TV has COMPONENT
VIDEO IN Jacks
Back of TV
(example
only)
DVD Player ¥
LEFT AUDIO
IN
COMPONENT
VIDEO IN
Y
Cr/Pr
Cb/Pb
Connect the supplied red and white audio cables to the red and white
AUDIO
OUT jacks on the DVD Player and to the red and white
AUDIO
IN jacks on the TV. Match the cable colors to the jack
colors. The right jack is red; the left jack is white.
Connect component
video cables (not supplied) to the COMPONENT VIDEO
OUT jacks (Y Cr Cb) on the DVD Player and to the
COMPONENT
VIDEO
IN jacks on the TV. The jacks on the Player are
green, red, and blue.
Plug in the TV's power cord. Turn on the TV and set it to the
Component
Video In channel, which may be near channel 00.
Go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward until
you find the Component Video In channel. If you cannot find it, check your TV
owner's manual.
During Audio CD playback, you may check the status of Audio CDs on your
TV screen. During DVD playback, you will watch the program on the TV.
Connect
the DVD Player's power cord to a power outlet.
Press the STANDBY-ON
button to turn on the DVD Player.
You should see the DVD logo on the TV screen. If you do not, check your connections and make sure the TV is on the correct Component Video In channel.
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Connecting
to a TV and a Stereo
Stereo has red/white
AUDIO
IN jacks
Back of TV
(example only)
BackofStereo
(example
only)
Connect
the supplied red and white audio cables to
the Player's red and white AUDIO
OUT jacks and
to the Stereo's red and white AUDIO
IN jacks,
Match the cable colors to the jack colors. The right jack is
red; the left jack is white.
Connect
the supplied yellow video cable to the
Player's yellow VIDEO
OUT jack and to the TV's
VIDEO
IN jack. You may use S-Video or Component
Video instead. See pages 77-72 for these optional video connections. Remember, you only need one video connection
between the TV and the DVD Player.
Plug in the Stereo's
power cord. Turn on the
Stereo and select the Auxiliary
IN station. During
Disc playback, you will adjust the volume at the Stereo. See
your Stereo owner's manual for details.
Plug in the TV's power cord. Turn on the TV and
set it to the correct Video In channel.
This channel
may be labeled A/V or Audio/Video, Aux or Auxiliary, EXT
or External, etc. This channel is usually near channel zero,
or your TV's remote control may have a button or switch
that lets you select the Video In channel. Or, go to your
lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward until you find the Video In channel. If you cannot find
the Video In channel, check your TV owner's manual.
Connect
the Player's power cord to a power outlet.
Press STANDBY-ON
button to turn on the Player.
You should see the DVD logo on the TV screen. If not,
check your connections and set the TV to the correct
channel.
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IN jack
Back of TV
(example
Back
of
(example
only)
Stereo
only)
Connect a coaxial digital audio cable (not supplied)
to the Player's COAXIAL
jack and to the Stereo's
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO
IN jack.
Connect the supplied yellow video cable to the
Player's yellow VIDEO
OUTjack
and to the TV's
VIDEO
IN jack. You may use S-Video or Component
Video instead. See pages 77-72 for these optional video connections. Remember, you only need one video connection
between the TV and the DVD Player.
Plug in the Stereo's
power cord. Turn on the
Stereo and select the Auxiliary
IN station or source
mode. During Disc playback, you will adjust the volume at
the Stereo. See your Stereo owner's manual for details.
Plug in the TV's power cord. Turn on the TV and
set it to the correct Video In channel.
This channel may be labeled A/V or Audio/Video, Aux or
Auxiliary, EXT or External, etc. This channel is usually near
channel zero, or your TV's remote control may have a button or switch that lets you select the Video In channel. Or,
go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward until you find the Video In channel. If you
cannot find the Video In channel, check your TV manual.
• Some
Helpful
Hints
Discsare
recorded
will sound best if you connect
in the Player's power cord. Press STANDBYto turn on the Player. You should see the DVD
on the TV screen. If you do not, check your connecand make sure the TV is on the correct channel.
the
DVD Player to a Stereo that has
Dolby Digital,
• Set DOLBY DIGITAL
you connect
to ON if
the Player to a
Dolby Digital-compatible
Plug
ON
logo
tions
in a
5. 7 channel Dolby Digital
Surround format. These Discs
Stereo.
Details are on page 37.
• Select 5.7 channel Dolby Digital
Surround sound if available in
the DVD's menu.
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Details are on pages 8-14.
Press STANDBY-ON
Player.
panel.
to turn on the DVD
P-ON will appear briefly on the display
Press OPEN/CLOSE
Place
a Disc
on only
one
into
_
the
to open the Disc tray.
tray.
side, place the
If the
Disc
DVD
is recorded
in the tray
with
the
label facing up and the shiny side facing down. Some
DVDs are recorded on both sides. Make sure the
label of the side you want
to play is facing
up.
Press Play I_ to close the tray. The tray will
close and play will begin at the first Chapter or
Track. If a DVD menu appears instead, see page 20.
With some Audio CDs, playback will not begin unless
you press Play I_ again.
With MP3 and JPEG files, play will begin at Track 1 or
when you select an item and press Play I_. Details are
on page 29.
You also can close the tray by pressing
OPEN/CLOSE _.
Press
Stop
•
to stop
playback.
Helpful
Hints
• An "X" may appear
right corner of the
in the top
TV screen
when you try a feature. This
means either the feature you tried
is not available on the Disc,or the
Player cannot access the feature
at this time. This does not indicate
a problem
with the Player.
• If a Disc is dirty or has scratches,
the pictures
may appear
distorted
and play may stop. In such cases,
remove the Disc and turn off the
Player. Unplug the power cord,
then reconnect it to the power
outlet. Clean the Disc,then turn
on the Player again and reinsert
the Disc for playback.
Remember,
will
play
this DVD
only certain
See page
Player
Discs•
six for details•
• If a Disc has multiple layers, the
picture may freeze occasionally.
This happens when the first layer
switches to the second layer. This
is not a malfunction.
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STANDBY-ON
Button
OPEN/CLOSE
_i Button
Press to open or close the Disc
tray.
Press to turn the power on and
off. P-ON or P-OFF appears
briefly on the display panel.
Pause II Button
SKIP
I_H
and
_
Buttons
Press to skip Chapters
REPE_T
Press to pause Disc playback.
Press repeatedly to advance the
DVD picture step by step (or
one frame at a time).
Details are on page 21.
AB
O0
or Tracks.
Details are on page 24.
DISPLAY
_
SKIP
I
PAUSE
Play I_ Button
Press to begin Disc play.
Reverse
_1_1 Button
Press to view the picture in fast
reverse motion (DVD) or to
reverse play of an Audio
MP3 Track.
Stop
•
_
Press
to select
0
SEARCH
Button
CLEAR
Disc play.
TFLE
Button
MODE
ZOOM
Press to display the Disc menu.
Details are on pages 5 and 20.
Arrow
_
ANGLE
MENU
MENU
Details are on page 22.
On a DVD, press Pause II, then
press Fast Forward _
to
begin slow motion playback.
Details are on page 23.
SUBTITLE
GD or
Details are on page 22.
Press to stop
Fast Forward
_Button
Press to fast forward the Disc.
AUDIO
SETUP
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TITLE
Button
Press to display the Title menu
of the DVD, if available.
Details are on page 20.
Buttons
an item in the
DVD
Player's Setup
menu or in the Disc menu.
ZOOM
Button
Press to enlarge the DVD
picture or JPEG image.
Details are on page 23.
SETUP Button
When Disc playback is stopped,
press to access or remove the
DVD Player's Setup menu.
OK Button
Press to select, change, or confirm a setting in the DVD Player's
Setup menu.
Press to select a feature in the
DVD Disc menu.
_
J
RETURN
Button
Press to return to the previous
DVD Player Setup menu or to
remove the Setup menu. Press to
remove displays. Details are on
page 33.
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REPEAT Button
Press to repeat play of the current Disc, Track, Group, Title,
or Chapter.
Details are on page 26.
DISPLAY
Press
to see the current
A-B REPEAT Button
Press to set up A-B Repeat Play,
which repeatedly plays a specific
segment of a Disc.
Details are on page 26,
Button
SUBTITLE
status
DISPLAY
of the Disc
during
on the TV
playback.
_
SKIP
m
screen
the subtitles
able)
ly to remove
the status display.
Details are on page 33.
Press to choose
Button
Press to select
PAUSE
Press repeated-
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or to turn
those
avail-
off the subtitles.
Details are on page 32.
ANGLE
Button
Press to view the picture from a
different angle (if available).
Details are on page 32.
Button
one of the audio
languages available on a DVD or
to choose a Stereo sound mode
SUBTITLE
AtlGLE
during
Audio
CD playback.
Details are on page 31,
Number
Buttons
Press to select a Track for playback. Details are on page 24.
Use to set up other features
when Numbers or times are
CLEAR
SEARCH
SEARCH MODE
Press
_
to access
Search
display,
Button
or remove
which
the
allows
you
to go directly
to a specific
Title/Chapter/Track/Time.
Details
are on pages 24-25,
requested.
MODE
When
Button
play is stopped,
set up programmed
CLEAR Button
Press to erase incorrect information when setting up features.
MARKER Button
Press to see the Markers, which
give you quick access to points
on a Disc you select.
Details are on page 36.
playback
press to
or random
for an Audio
CD or
MP3 files.
Details are on pages 27-28.
Press to set Black Level or
Virtual
Surround.
Details are on page 42.
18 Front Panel
PLAY I_ Button
Press to start Disc playback,
STOP • Button
Press to stop Disc playback.
_OPEN/OLOSE
_ Button
Press to open or close the Disc tray.
Display
Insert a Disc here.
with
Messages
DVD
Remote Sensor
Receives a signal from your
remote control so you can
operate your DVD Player
from a distance.
Player
appear
here.
Messages
adjust
Dimmer
about
current
operations
See Display
below.
You can
the brightness
of
the display.
Details are on pages 38-39.
Details are on pages 26.
of the current
play is paused.
I_: Appears
playback.
Display
p
during
Briefly displays Title,
Track numbers.
Disc
Messages
I-I I-I
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Power is turning on.
Appears
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Disc is loading.
after the disc tray closes if the tray is empty, if
there is an error
disc is installed,
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Tray is opening or is open.
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Rear Panel 19
AUDIO
COAXIAL
Connect
OUT
Jacks
Connect the supplied red and white
audio cables here and to the Audio In
jacks of a television or stereo. Match
the cable colors to the jack colors.
Details are on pages 70-73.
Jack
an option-
al digital audio
coaxial cable here
Y Cr Cb COMPONENT
OUT Jacks
and to the Coaxial
Connect optional component video cables
here and to the component Video In jacks
of a television. Details are on page 72.
Digital Audio In jack
of a stereo.
Details
are on page
VIDEO
74.
S-VIDEO
OUT Jack
Connect an optional S-Video cable here
and to the S-Video In jack of a television. Details are on page 77.
/
AC
Power
Connect
outlet
Cord
to a standard
to supply
the DVD
power
AC
to
Player.
VIDEO
OUT
Jack
Connect the yellow video cable
(supplied) here and to the TV's
Video In jack. Details are on
pages 70, 73, and 74.
Helpful
•
Youonly
Hint
need one audio connec-
tion and one video connection,
so
you will not have a cable connected
to every jack.
For exam-
ple, if you are using the
OUT jack,
S-VIDEO
you will not use the
yellow VIDEOOUTjack or the Y
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OUT jacks.
20 Menus
DVD Disc Menus
Some DVDs contain menus
the Disc
or allow
example,
the menu
director's
you
may offer
commentary,
To use the
DVD
that
describe
to customize
Disc
choices
for
or soundtrack
menu
and select
the contents
playback.
subtitle
of
For
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languages,
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playback.
playback
features,
follow
these steps.
Press MENU.
The DVD's main menu will appear.
S.ST_L_
(30
Press
OK.
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Continue
this
to select
process
an item,
then
press
to set up all the features
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Some DVDs have
a Title
able on the Disc.
Use the Title
specific
Menu,
which
lists the Titles
Menu
to start
RSUR,,
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avail-
playback
at a
Title.
While playback is stopped, press TITLE.
The Title Menu will appear.
If a Title menu is not available, the "X" may appear
on the TV screen. If the DVD only has a main menu
as described above, it may appear when you press
TITLE.
Press
OK.
A
v <1 I_
Play will
to select
a Title,
begin at the Title
you
then
press
selected.
Helpful
• Menus
Hints
may vary among
Refer to the literature
Discs.
accompa-
nying the Disc for details.
• Not all DVDs have Title menus.
• Some DVDs may refer to
Chapters
as "scenes."
Some
DVDs may refer to the Title
Menu as the "scene index. "
•
The TITLE button may not be
active with all DVDs.
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Play
I_
press
to resume
Play will pause
PAUSE
will
I repeatedly
will
II.
advance
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You may choose to resume play from the point at which
play stopped last.
Press Stop • during DVD or Audio CD playback. In a few seconds, the following Resume message will appear on the TV screen. (The file list will
appear during MP3 or JPEG playback.)
Press 'PLAY' to play
To play the beginning
pre_
'STOP'
first
from
and then
here
'PLAY'
Press Play I_. In a few seconds, play will resume
from the point at which it stopped last. You can
resume play at the same point even if you turn off
the DVD Player, then turn it on again later. However,
opening the disc tray will cancel the Resume feature.
Play will start at the beginning the next time you
insert the Disc.
To cancel Resume and start playing the Disc from the
beginning, press Stop • a second time while play is
stopped. The Stop symbol (•) will appear briefly on
the TV screen. Press Play I_ to start playing the Disc
from the beginning.
Helpful
Hints
• In some cases, you need to press
Play _ while the Resume message appears in order to resume
play from the same point.
• Resume On is not available for
MP3 files.
During
Reverse
playback,
press Fast
4141 on the remote
DVD
During
will
playback,
forward
Forward
control.
eight, 50, or 100 times
or
FF_
or REW
the picture
at two,
pressing
or reverse
_
the normal
playback
speed.
An 41-4 2, 41-4 8, 41-4 50, or 41-4 100 will
appear
briefly
search-
on the TV screen
to indicate
reverse
ing.
Or, _
2, _
briefly
8, _
50, or _
on the TV screen
100 will appear
to indicate
fast forward
searching.
Sound will
During
be muted
Audio
during
16 times the normal
16 will
will
searching.
CD playback,
appear
be intermittent
you may search
playback
speed.
briefly
on the
during
searching
only
TV screen.
Sound
on an Audio
CD.
During
times
appear
MP3 playback,
the normal
briefly
you can search
at only
speed. An 4141 8 or _
eight
8 will
on the TV.
Example: Playing a DVD in
reverse at twice the normal
playing speed.
Press Play I_ to return
to normal
at
An 4141 16 or
playback.
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PAUSE
Press
Fast
motion
or
II
Forward
playback
Reverse
during
I_
will
_
DVD
or
begin.
Reverse
-,9",11.Slow
Press Fast Forward
repeatedly
back to play the DVD
1/8, or 1/2 the normal
playback.
during
forward
speed.
slow
motion
or backward
play-
1/16,
at
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Example:
Playing
at half the normal
Press
Play
I_
a DVD forward
speed.
to return
to
@_C_c_RE_atl
normal
UA_K[a
playback.
Zoom
You
times
can make
larger
the
than
Press
DVD
ZOOM
paused.
picture
or JPEG image
two
or four
normal.
during
The picture
playback
will
appear
or when
twice
play is
as large.
ZOOM
again to make the picture
four times
as normal.
Either x2 or x4 will appear beside
zoom
While
or
I_
icon in the upper
the
picture
to move
ing Zoomed
remove
it or show
zoomed
zoomed
an inner
playback
blue box inside
the
is enlarged,
the
left, or right.
The gray box with
press
blue box
it, press
the gray
position
OK.
TV
of the
image
is the
image within
Zoom x2
left corner
A,
the overall
Zoom x4
screen.
v,
_1,
up, down,
that
shows
guide.
To
The position
box indicates
Press
as large
the
the
dur-
of the
position
of
picture.
Zoom off
Helpful
Hints
• The sound will be mute when play
To
return
repeatedly.
the
picture
to normal,
press
ZOOM
is paused and during slow motion
playback.
• Zooming does not work while the
DVD Disc menu is active.
• The x4 zooming
is not active with
some Discs. Only x2 zooming
available for ]PEGs.
is
There are three ways to begin playback on an Audio CD at
a specific Track. Use the Number buttons, the SEARCH
MODE button, or SKIP 14141and I_1_1.
Usinq the Number
Press the Number
Buttons
buttons to enter a Track
number.
Playback will start at the selected Track.
For single-digit Tracks (1-9), press a single Number button.
For Tracks 10 and above, press the +10 button so the Search
display (TR - - ) appears on the TV. Press the Number button
of the first digit, then press the Number button of the second
digit.
For example, to play Track 26, press +10, then Number 2,
then Number 6.
If you enter a Track number that is not available on the Disc,
playback will not begin (or the current Track will continue to
play).
Using
SEARCH
MODE
Press SEARCH MODE so the Track Search
(TR) appears. Within
30 seconds,
press the
buttons
to select
at the selected
the
Track.
Track
number.
For a single-digit
display
Number
Playback will
Track
begin
(1-9), enter
a
zero first. For example, to play Track 5, press O, 5. You do not
have to use the +10 button in Search Mode.
Using SKIP 14141and I=_1_1
During playback, press SKIP I=_1_1to skip the current
Track and move to the next Track. The Track number
will appear briefly on the Player's display panel.
During playback, press SKIP 14141to return to the
beginning of the current Track or press repeatedly
to go to previous Tracks. The Track number will appear
briefly on the Player's display panel.
HelpfulHints
• SKIP I_
and _
are not
active when play is stopped.
• You cannot use SKIP14_ or
_t
to go from the last Track
on the disc to the first Track.
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During DVD playback, press SEARCH
MODE
until CH (for Chapter) or TT (for Title) appears on
the TV screen. The number of available Titles or
Chapters will appear at the right ( /4, for example).
Enter
the
Number
will
Title
or Chapter
buttons.
number
The selected
using
Title
the
or Chapter
start to play.
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OPEra:
During
DVD
SEARCH
or
Audio
CD
MODE
until
the
playback,
Time
press
Search
@00@
display
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0
appears.
.
.
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Within
30 seconds,
enter
the
elapsed
use the
playing
Number
time
buttons
(of the
to
@D @
or Title)
begin.
onds.
Enter
the time
Within
specified
at which
you
in hours,
a few seconds,
want
playback
minutes,
playback
will
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current
0
Track
1
_
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to
and secstart
at the
time.
@_Example:
1 hour, 23 minutes,
1-,2-,3-,3-,0
and 30 seconds
@ Make sure the time you enter is within the total
time of the current
Title or Track.
If it is not, the
time
space will
current
Track
point.
or Title
clear and playback
The total
will
appear
time
will
available
in the
Time
continue
at its
in the current
Search display.
_
If you make a mistake entering
the time, press
CLEAR to clear the time area, Enter the correct information.
I
•
Title/Chapter
playback
elpfulHint
available
with some
is not
DVDs.
I
I
I
Repeat
Playback
f
During DVD or Audio CD playback, press
REPEAT until the repeat mode you want
appears on the TV
On a DVD, select CHAPTER, TITLE, or OFF. On an
Audio CD, select TRACK, ALL (all Tracks on the
Disc), or OFF. With MP3 files you can select TRACK,
GROUP, or ALL (all Tracks in the current Folder).
Selecting a new Track, Chapter, or Title will cancel
repeat playback.
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Repeat
DVD Chapter
A-B
Repeat
these
play over
a
RE_U
U_E_
Example: Repeat an
Audio CD Track
Playback
You can play a section
Follow
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steps
of an Audio
CD or DUD
to set up the section
that
repeatedly.
you want
to
and over.
Press Play I_ to play the Disc to the point at
which you want repeated playback to begin.
Press
A-B
REPEAT
to set the
starting
point
(A). If you make a mistake, press CLEAR. This will
erase point A and let you start over. []
OFF will
appear
Play
briefly
the
on the TV screen.
Disc
to the
repeated
playback
REPEAT
again.
will
over
point
to end,
Within
a few
begin to play, The segment
until
you cancel
the
A-B
at which
then
you
press
seconds,
will
the section
play over
Repeat
want
A-B
and
Helpful
feature,
Hints
• Repeat playback
with some Discs
•
The entire A-B Repeat
must be within
_-_
To cancel A-B
REPEAT so []
Repeat
screen.
Disc
Regular
Playback,
press A-B
OFF appears on the TV
playback
will
resume.
is not available
section
a single Title or
Track. If you do not enter Point
B before the end of the Track or
Title is reached, the end of the
Track or Title will become Point
B automatically.
• Point B must be later on the
Disc than Point A.
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will play. You also can program MP3 or JPEG files to play in
a special order. To set a Program, follow these steps.
While
playback is stopped, press MODE.
The PROGRAM screen will appear.
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,o,A,, 0_
I
;
Audio CD example
Press
A
play,
then
last Track
or v
to
press
select
OK.
a track
Press
in the Program
if you
Repeat
this step
until
want
to
to erase the
make an error.
Additional
Tracks may be on other
or A to see all the Tracks.
you wish
you
CLEAR
screens.
you have selected
Press
all the
Tracks
to play in the Program.
Press Play I_. The Tracks will play once in the
order you set. Turning off the Player or opening the
disc tray will erase the Program.
Helpful
Hints
• You cannot use the Number buttons or SEARCH MODE to select
another Track while playing a
Program. Use SKIP_
or
to select other Tracks within the
Program.
• You cannot combine random playback with programmed playback.
• You may play a Program or a
Track within a Program repeatedly. During programmed playback,
press REPEATso ALL (all Tracks
in the Program) or TRACK
appears. The entire Program or
the current Track will play over
and over.
• During MP3 play, sometimes you
can choose to play a GROUP
(Folder) repeatedly.
• You cannot alter a Program during playback.
• You can start Program play only
while in the PROGRAM screen.
• A Program can have a maximum
of 99 Tracks.
28 RandomPlayback
You
may play the Tracks
of an Audio
instead of the order
in which
You can also use this feature
CD in Random
order
/
they are recorded
(1,2,3...).
for JPEG and MP3 files.
@OO®
While
playback
is stopped,
the RANDOM
RA_D(_iI'L'
" ,o
rA,ml_
screen
press
MODE
twice
so
8LA'
_
r,P
I
_AUS_
appears.
,0rA_ Q,_ssI
Example:Audio
CD
While the RANDOM
screen appears, press
Play I_. The Tracks will play in random order. After
all the Tracks have played once, play will stop.
J
MP3/JPEG Playback 29
The DVD Player will play MP3 or JPEG files that you record
and finalize on a CD-RW (Compact Disc-Rewritable) or
CD-R (Compact Disc-Recordable).
These Discs may contain pictures in a JPEG format or audio
Tracks in an MP3 format. For example, you may have photographic film developed by a retailer that places the pictures
on a CD-R for you. These pictures may be in JPEG format.
Or, you may copy or download MP3 music files from certain
legal Internet sites, then copy those files onto a CD-R or
CD-RW.
@OO®
You cannot make or record such Discs using this Player. See
your computer manual for details on recording.
Keep these characteristics in mind when making Discs you
intend to play on the DVD Player.
@ Record MP3 Tracks at a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz
or 48 kHz. Usea bit rate between 112 kbps and 320 kbps.
@ When recording JPEG Files, the size of the picture should
be between 32 x 32 and 6300 x 5100 dots.
When you put a CD-RW or CD-R with MP3 or JPEG
files in the Player, the File List will appear on the TV
screen. To see the File List during playback, press
SEARCH MODE. The current Track will be highlighted.
Press A or w" to select a Folder, MP3 Track,
or JPEG File.
If you choose a Track
OK.
J
or File, press Play I_ or
Starting with the Track or File you selected, the
Tracks/Files will play in the order they were recorded, i.e. 1, 2, 3,
If you select a Folder and press OK, the Tracks
or Files within that Folder will appear. Press •
or • to select the Track or File you want, then
press Play I_ or OK.
@,Choose FIRST PLAY to start play from the first
individual File or Track listed.
@ Press TITLE to return to the first item on the first
MP3 or JPEG screen. You also can press _1 to return
to previous screens.
@ During JPEG playback, press MODE to choose a
transition mode. For example, you can choose Cut
in/Cut off or Fade in/Fade out. Press MODE again to
remove the transition modes.
To stop playback,
_l_a_v@x
press Stop m.
HelpfulHints
• ]PEG imagesand MP3 Tracks are
known as Files. Groups of Files are
called Folders.
• ]PEG Files have the © icon.
• A maximum of 255 Folders can
be recognized. A maximum of
256 Filescan be recoqnized.
• MP3 Files have the 3qj icon.
• During playback, press the
Number buttons to select another
Track. Or, press SKIP_
or
to change Tracks.
• If a Track is not available, "X" will
appear on the TV screen. Play
may resume at an incorrectTrack
or may continue with its current
Track,
• Specific Time playback is not possible with MP3 Tracks.
You
can review
MP3 and
JPEG Track
(File)
information
dur-
ing playback.
Press DISPLAY until the current Track number,
total Tracks available, and elapsed playing time of the
current Track appear.
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0:0/15
The following may appear to indicate Repeat play.
[]
T: The current Track will play repeatedly.
[]
G: Tracks in the current
repeatedly.
[]
A: All Tracks will play repeatedly.
Press DISPLAY
Folder (Group) will play
again to remove
_NA_
the display.
Helpful
Hint
• During MP3 playback, the 3j
icon and the current Track name
will appear when you first press
DISPLAY.
AudioLanguage, StereoSoundMode 31
• IIIIIIIII___________IIIIIIIIIIIII___________IIIIIIIIIIIII___________IIIIIIIIIIIII___________IIIIIIIIIIIII____
Audio
•
Language
You can select a language for DVDs during playback if multiple languages are available,
During DVD playback, press AUDIO
repeatedly to choose one of the available languages. The
new audio will be heard. The display will disappear
after about five seconds.
The Audio display may show if the DVD has Dolby
Digital or multi-channel (5.1 CH) sound or its sampling rate (48k, for example). The number of available
languages appears after the " / " at the right of the
display (/3, for example).
rl [_)_ 1.ENG DolbyD 5.1ch48k/3
Example:
English
II
audio
Stereo Sound Mode
Adjust Stereo Sound to determine whether you will hear the
left channel, the right channel, or both channels (stereo) during Audio CD playback.
Press AUDIO during Audio CD playback to
choose STEREO, L-CH, or R-CH.
Both right and left channels
are heard (stereo).
V
Only the left channel
Only
the right channel
is heard.
is heard.
Helpful
Hints
• /f a languageis not available after
pressing AUD/O several times, the
DVD does not have that language.
• Some DVDs only let you change
the language in the Disc menu.
• Audio languages may be abbreviated (such as ENG for English).
Or, three dashes (- - -) may
appear instead of an abbreviation.
• You cannot adjust the Stereo
Sound Mode when Virtual
Surround is active. Details are on
page 42.
Subtitle
Language
The DVD
Player
allows
during playback.
available on the
You
playback,
subtitle
the example
a few
press
i _
press
language.
guages appears
Or,
a language
only
for
the subtitles
subtitles
that
are
Disc.
During
After
you to select
may select
SUBTITLE
The number
to select
of available
at the right of the subtitle
below,
display.
six languages are available
seconds,
the subtitles
SUBTITLE to
turn
will
a
lanIn
(/6).
appear.
off subtitles.
1.ENG/6
1
Example:
English
as first
of six available
subtitles
Camera
Angles
Some DVDs contain
The camera
scenes
angle will
tain sequences
During
ferent
appears
example,
recorded
not change
recorded
from
playback,
angle.
at the
different
number
right
of the
different
DVD
does
camera
ANGLE
press
The
eight angles
from
if the
Angle
angles.
to select
of available
are available
angles.
not con-
display.
a dif-
angles
In this
(/8).
I
Example:
of eight
Angle
available
|
angles
Helpful
•
With
some
Hints
DVDs,you
select a subtitle
Disc menu.
• If the desired
appear
several
language
in the
does not
after pressing SUBTITLE
times, the Disc does not
have subtitles
• Opening
must
language
in that language.
the disc tray will cancel
your subtitle setting.
• If the current portion of the
Disc
has multiple camera angles,
will appear on the TV screen.
be ON.
ANGLEICON must
Details are on pages 38-39.
On-ScreenDisplays 33
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DVD
Display
Press DISPLAY
displays during
repeatedly
to see the following
DVD playback.
r_
CH (Chapter):
Current Chapter
/ total Chapters
..................
,11
I
'"
number
TT (Title):
Current Title number
/ Total Titles
-- Elapsed playing time of the
current Title; remaining playing
time of the current Title
BiT RATE: The amount of audio
and video data currently
GO LO
[
,I
I
L_"
being read.
only when playing a
twoqayered Disc
L0: Layer 0 is playing
LI: Layer
1 is playing
Layer
number,
appears
• Current Repeat setting, if active
d_C: Chapter repeat
C>T: Tit_e repeat
AC_B: A-B repeat
Press DISPLAY
repeatedly
to remove the display.
Audio
CD
or press RETURN
Display
Press DISPLAY
displays during
repeatedly
to see the following
Audio CD playback.
TR (Track):
Current Track number
/ total Tracks
--Elapsed playing time
of the current Track;
remaining playing time
of the current Track
I
ALL:
Current track number
/ total Tracks
|
II
I
I
I
_
|
I
|
/
I
L
_
Current Repeat setting, if active
C_Z:Zrackrepeat
_A: All Tracks
1
repeat
AC_ B: A-B repeat
Elapsed playing time
of the current Audio CD:
remaining playing time of
the current Audio CD
Press DISPLAY
repeatedly
to remove the display.
or press RETURN
The Parental
your
rating
is not rated
letting
your
feature
limits.
prevents
This feature
or coded.
children
Check
viewing
will
your
access the Player.
of DVDs
that exceed
not limit viewing
DVDs
Follow
if the
and settings
DVD
before
these steps to change
password.
Press SETUP
Press
menu,
while play is stopped.
I_ to select
then press
CUSTOM
OK.
at the top
of the
Press I_ to select _ (the lock), then press OK.
The first time you set a password, this menu will appear.
Press the Number
buttons
to enter a four-digit
password.
The password will appear on the screen.
Write
it down so you don't forget it.
Press OK. You are finished!
Go to step 6.
If you have set a password
before,
this menu will appear.
Press
the Number
buttons
to enter
your
current
four-digit
password.
Asterisks
(*) will appear
instead of your password.
This protects
its identity.
Helpful
•
Press
v
to select
CHANGE,
then
press
OK.
The default
Hints
password
is 4737.
If
you forget your password, press
Number buttons 4, 7, 3, 7 at
step 3. You will be prompted
to
enter a new four-digit password.
Use the Number buttons to
enter
Press the Number
buttons
to enter
a four-digit
password.
The password
numbers will appear on the
screen. Write
down the password
so you will not forget it. Press OK. The previous menu will reappear.
Press SETUP
to remove
the menu.
a new four-digit
password,
then press OK. PARENTAL
LEVELwill reset to ALL. Press
SETUPto
remove
the menu. See
PARENTAL
LEVELas you desire.
page 35 to reset
• A power
failure will not erase
your password.
Parental Levels 35
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Follow
these
DVDs
whose
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeem
steps
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeee=
to set the rating
ratings
exceed
Press SETUP
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeeem
meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeoeeee
DVDs.
level for your
the level you set will
not
play.
@00®
while play is stopped.
O)SpLAy
_81q?
i
PAUSE
SUBTE
CK) (Z)
Press I_ to select CUSTOM
menu, then press OK.
Press I_ to select
OK.
_
at the top of the
(the lock),
@
0
_',sE
(23_ (3D) (3_
0
Q
C_
CD
Q
then press
RATING
EXPLANATIONS
Press the Number
digit password.
Press
then
A
or v
press
buttons
to enter
your four-
ALL - The Parental feature is
inactive; all discs can play
8 - Adult material
to select
PARENTAL
7 - NC-17 - Not appropriate for
children under 17
6 - R - Restricted; parental approval
required for viewers under 18.
4 - PG13 - Unsuitable for children
under 13
3 - PG - Parental Guidance
LEVEL,
OK.
suggested.
I- G - General Audience;
recommended for all ages.
Press
The
A
or v
rating
Press A
levels
or v
to select
a level,
then
press
continue
on two
menu
screens.
repeatedly
to
move
to the
next
OK.
or
previous
screen to find the rating level you want.
After making your selection,
the previous
menu will
appear. The level you selected
PARENTAL
LEVEL.
will
appear
beside
Helpful
Hints
• When you try to play a
DVD
whose rating exceeds the level you
set, an on-screen message will
indicate the DVD cannot play.
r
Remove the DVD, then set
PARENTALLEVELto ALL.Reload
the DVD and begin playback.
SomeDVDs may let you enter
Press SETUP
to remove
the menu.
your four-digit password to begin
playback. Follow the on-screen
messages as prompted.
• You cannot use the default password
(4737)
to play a DVD.
36 Marker
Use Markers to remember your favorite places on an Audio
CD or DVD. To set the Markers, follow these steps.
Play the Disc
at which you
back, press
at the top of
f
@00®
to within 30 seconds prior to the point
want to set the Marker. During playMARKER until the Markers appear
the TV screen.
_sPA
_
sKP
i
SUTLE
0
_
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CD
DVD example
SETdP
R_ RN
_AR_ER
Within
30 seconds, press _1 or I_ to select a
Marker (1-10). Make sure
:
:
appears beneath the number.
Let
the
want
Disc
play
to set the
to the
point
Marker
at which
N_NA_
you
(up
to 30 seconds
the
point
away).
When
the
Disc
remember,
elapsed
playing
elapsed
playing
A checkmark
Marker
display
reaches
press
OK.
you
number
time
(DVD)
or Track
number
time
(Audio
CD)
appear.
will
will
replace
will
the Marker
disappear
press MARKER again
DVD example
The Title
in about
to remove
the
want
to
and
number.
and its
J
The
30 seconds,
Marker
_
or
display.
Audio CD example
To return to a Marker during playback, press
MARKER until you see the Markers.
Press _1 or I_ to choose the Marker you want,
then press OK. Disc play will continue from the
marked point.
Helpful
Hints
• Opening
the disc tray or turning
off the Player will erase all the
Markers.
• To erase a single Marker,
press
MARKERuntil
you see the
Press _ or _" to select
Markers.
a Marker.
Press CLEAR. Press
RETURN
or MARKER
to remove
the display,
• To erase
all the Markers,
press
MARKER until
Markers,
you see the
Press/_to select
(All Clear), then press
MARKER or RETURN
the display,
AC
OK, Press
to remove
Audio 37
Change
Audio
settings
nected to the
features.
DVD
While
playback
QUICK
_,_
based on other
Player
SETUP
is stopped,
screen
I_
menu,
then
will
to your
press
you conDisc sound
SETUP.
The
appear.
il
DOLSY OIGIT_L
Press
equipment
or according
to select
press
CUSTOM
OK.
at the top
of the
I 8°
Press I_ to select AUDIO
OK.
( _"
Press A or _ to select DRC,
TAL, or DOWN
SAMPLING,
5 accordingly.
) , then press
DOLBY
DIGIthen follow step
® If you selected DRC, press OK repeatedly to turn
Dynamic Range Control (DRC) ON or OFF. Choosing
ON compresses the range of volume by suppressing
loud sounds and raising low sounds.
® If you selected DOLBY DIGITAL, press OK repeatedly to select ON or OFF. Select ON if you used the
COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack to connect the
DVD Player to a stereo that is Dolby Digital compatible. Details are on page 74. Otherwise, choose OFF.
_ If you selected DOWN SAMPLING, press OK
repeatedly to choose ON or OFF. Choose ON to set
downsampling to 48 kHz. Choose OFF to set downsampling to 96 kHz.
Helpful
Hints
• Dolby Digital sound must be
available on the DVD.
• You can adjust DOLBY DIGITAL
in the QUICK SETUPmenu that
appears
when you first press
SETUP,With QUICKselected,
press OK. Press "w to select
DOLBYDIGITAL.PressOK to
choose ON or OFF. Press SETUP
DRC
Dolby
Digital
Down
Sampling
to remove
the menu.
• When you play a Disc that has
copyright
Press SETUP
to remove
the menu.
protection,
downsam-
piing will be at 48 kHz,
even if
you set DOWN SAMPLINGto
OFF,
38 Display
You
TV
can adjust
ness), and Automatic
Aspect,
Power
Angle
Off
Icon, Panel
in the
Display
Display
(bright-
menu.
When playback is stopped, press SETUP.
QUICK SETUP screen will appear.
Press
I_
menu,
to select
then
_UDIO
press
at the
top
of the
OK.
ORIGINAL
SUBTITLE
O_F
OISC
5NGLISH
PL_ER
CUSTOM
The
MENU
MENU
5NGLISH
Press I_ to select
OK.
(DISPLAY),
then press
Helpful
• Selecting
Hints
a different
TV ASPECT
setting is only effective if it is
available on the DVD. Check the
DVD Disc menu
or case for
details.
• Youalso can adjust TV ASPECT
in the QUICK SETUPmenu that
appears
when you first press the
SETUPbutton. With QUICK
selected, press OK. Press Y
to
select TV ASPECT,then press
OK. Press ,A or Y to choose a
setting,
then press OK. Press
remove the menu.
SETUPto
Press A or v" to select an item, then press OK.
@ If you selected TV ASPECT,
press A or v to
select a setting, then press OK.
Choose 4:3 LETTER BOX if you want to see the
entire, widened picture with black bars at the top and
bottom of the screen.This looks like the picture you
see when watching movies in a theater. This setting is
possible only if the DVD was recorded in the letterbox or widescreen format.
Choose 4:3 PAN & SCAN for a full height picture,
with both sides trimmed. Some companies refer to
this as reformatting the picture to fit your TV screen
and may call it the regular or normal format.
Choose 16:9 WIDE if you connected a widescreen
TV to the DVD Player.
@ If you selected PANEL
DISPLAY,
press _ or
v to choose BRIGHT,
DIMMER,
or AUTO,
then press OK. This adjusts the brightness of the
display panel. The default setting is BRIGHT.
Choose BRIGHT to keep the display panel at 100% of
its available brightness. Choose DIMMER to reduce
the display's brightness. Choose AUTO to dim the
display panel only during Disc playback. Display panel
details are on page 78.
_; If you selected ANGLE
ICON, press OK
repeatedly to turn ANGLE ICON ON or OFF. The
default setting is ON. Choose ON to see the Angle
icon when multiple camera angles are available during
DVD playback. Details are on page 32. Choose OFF to
disable the Angle icon.
@ If you selected AUTO
POWER
OFF, press
OK repeatedly to set AUTO POWER OFF to ON
or OFF. The default setting is ON. Choose ON if
you want the Player to turn off when there is no
activity at the Player or its remote for 35 minutes,
I,2J1
'
i
TV ASPECT
ANGLE
Press SETUP
ICON
to remove
PANEL DISPLAY
AUTO
POWER OFF
the menus.
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CD (:_@(_@ @
40 Language
LANGUAGE
You can use the
guages for the
Audio
DVD Disc
SETUP menus.
guages for
Player
While
settings
menus
to select
different
lan-
of
DVDs,
as well
as lan-
and the
menus
of the
DVD
or Subtitles
/
@00®
playback
is stopped,
press
SETUP.
The
QUICK SETUP screen appears.
DOLBh
D GIT&L
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Press
I_
menu,
to select
then
L_j
A¥
press
_
G
CUSTOM
OK.
at the
top
of the
s
The Language menu (
) will be selected,
Press
OK.
Helpful
l
.
SUBII
LE
• If the DVD's default settings for
Audio and Subtitle are the same
OFF
language,
Press
_
MENU,
to select AUDIO, SUBTITLE, DISC
PLAYER MENU. Then, press OK. The
or v
or
language options
Hints
for the selected
item will
appear,
the subtitles
may not
show unless you turn them on.
• Use the AUDIO and SUBTITLE
buttons to select Audio and
Subtitles
available
on the DVD.
Details are on pages 31 and 32.
AUDIO: The DVD's audio
plays in the selected language.
• If you set AUDIO to ORIGINAL,
the default setting of the DVD
Audio will play.
• If you set PLAYER MENU
I_1_
•
\
°
SUBTITLE: Subtitles appear in
the chosen language.
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SUBT_£L
to
French or Spanish and need
English: Follow steps 1-2. At step
3, the IDIOMA or LANGUE
menu will appear.
Press 'v to select
Press OK.
MENU DU
LECTEURor MENU REPRODUC., then press OK. Press ,_
ITAUAN
S_EDSH
DISC MENU: A DVD's Disc
menu appears in the chosen
language.
to select ENGLISH,then press
OK. The menus will change to
English. Press SETUP to remove
the menus.
• You can change
the PLAYER
MENU language in the QUICK
SETUP menu that appears when
PLAYER MENU: The DVD
Player's Setup menu can be in
English, French, or Spanish
only.
you first press SETUP. With
QUICK selected, press OK PLAYER MENU will be selected. Press
OK. Press -_ or "_" to choose a
language, then press OK. Press
SETUPto remove the menu.
Press A or v to select a language, then press
OK. The language lists may continue on multiple
screens. Press A or v to move to the other screens.
@If you select OTHER for AUDIO, SUBTITLE, or
DISC MENU, press four Number buttons to enter
the code for the language you desire. Use the
Language Codes below. The language or language
code you select will appear in the Language menu
beside AUDIO, SUBTITLE, or DISC MENU.
@You can select other languages for AUDIO,
SUBTITLE, and DISC MENU only if the language is
available on the Disc. If the language you select is not
recorded on the DVD, changing these settings will
have no effect.
Press SETUP to remove the menu.
Language
A-B
Abkhazian
Afar
Afrikaans
Albanian
Amharic
Arabic
Armenian
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bangla
Bashkir
Basque
Bengali
Bhutani
Bihari
Bislama
Breton
Bulgarian
Burmese
Byelorussian
C-E
Cambodian
Catalan
Chinese
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
Codes
4748
4747
4752
6563
4759
4764
5471
4765
4771
4772
4860
4847
5167
4860
5072
4854
4855
4864
4853
5971
4851
5759
4947
7254
4961
5464
4965
5047
6058
English
Esperanto
Estonian
F-H
Faroese
Fiji
Finnish
French
Frisian
Gaelic (Scots)
Galician
Georgian
German
Greek
Greenlandic
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hebrew
Hindi
Hungarian
I-K
Icelandic
Indonesian
Interlingua
Interlingue
Inupiak
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
5160
5161
5166
5261
5256
5255
5264
5271
5350
5358
5747
5051
5158
5758
5360
5367
5447
5569
5455
5467
5565
5560
5547
5551
5557
5347
5566
5647
5669
Kannada
5760
Kashmiri
5765
Kazakh
5757
Kinyarwanda 6469
Kirghiz
5771
Kirundi
6460
Korean
5761
Kurdish
5767
L-N
Laothian
5861
Latin
5847
Latvian
5868
Lettish
5868
Lingala
5860
Lithuanian
5866
Macedonian
5957
Malagasy
5953
Malay
5965
Malayalam
5958
Maltese
5966
Maori
5955
Marathi
5964
Moldavian
5961
Mongolian
5960
Nauru
6047
Nepali
6051
Norwegian
6061
O-R
Occitan
6149
Oriya
6164
Oromo (Alan)6159
Panjabi
6247
Pashto
6265
Persian
5247
Polish
6258
Portuguese
6266
Pushto
6265
Quechua
6367
Rhaeto-Rornance6459
Romanian
6461
Russian
6467
S
Samoan
Sangho
Sanskrit
Serbian
Serbo-Croatian
Sesotho
Setswana
Shona
Sindhi
Singhalese
Siswat
Slovak
Slovenian
Somali
Spanish
Sundanese
Swahili
Swedish
6559
6553
6547
6564
6554
6566
6660
6560
6550
6555
6565
6557
6558
6561
5165
6567
6569
6568
T
Tagalog
Tajik
Tamil
Tatar
Telugu
Thai
Tibetan
Tigrinya
Tonga
Tsonga
Turkish
Turkmen
Twi
6658
6653
6647
6666
6651
6654
4861
6655
6661
6665
6664
6657
6669
U-Z
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapuk
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu
6757
6764
6772
6855
6861
4971
6961
7054
5655
7161
7267
Black
Adjust
back.
Level
Black
Level to
During
DVD
Level icon
screen.
brighten
playback,
shows
10 seconds,
choose
ON
Virtual
or
DVD
press
in the
Within
of the picture.
recorded.
the
top
ON
OFF shows
MODE
left corner
OK
press
OFF.
picture
during
play-
so the
Black
of the TV
repeatedly
to
brightens
the dark
the original
picture
parts
as
Surround
You can enjoy
Audio
CDs,
Code
Modulation
improved
stereo
sound when
or MP3 files recorded
(PCM).
Check
in Dolby
the
you
Digital
Disc case
for
play
DVDs,
or Pulse
details
on
availability.
During Disc playback, press MODE so the
Virtual Surround icon appears in the top left corner
of the TV screen.
While the Virtual
Surround
icon appears,
press OK to choose 1, 2, or OFF. The default setting is OFF.
The icon will disappear after about 10 seconds.
Helpful
•
Virtual _urround
Hints
is available
when the Player is connected
a _tereo
only
to
or TV using the red and
white AUDIO OUTjacks on the
Player.
•
Virtual _urround
you set _tereo
_tereo,
is active only if
_ound Mode
to
Details are on page 37,
Care and Maintenance,Glossary43
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and Maintenance
Cleaning the DVD Player
• Wipe the front panel and other exterior surfaces of the Player with a soft,
slightly damp cloth.
• Never use a solvent, thinner, benzene, or alcohol to clean the Player. Do
not spray insecticide liquid near the Player. Such chemicals may discolor the
surface or damage the Player.
Don't use cleaners.
Cleaning
a Disc
• Use a soft, dry cloth to wipe the Disc.
• Wipe the Disc in a straight line from the center to the edge. Never wipe the
Disc in a circular motion.
• Do not use detergent or abrasive cleaning agents.
• Handle the Discs by the edges so fingerprints and dust do not adhere to the
surfaces of the Discs.
• Always store the Disc in its protective case when it is not in use.
Wipe Discs from the
center to the edge.
Checking
the Laser
• If the DVD Player does not operate as described in this owner's manual, the
laser may be dirty. Consult an Authorized Service Center for inspection and
cleaning of the laser.
Handle Discs
by the edges.
Glossary
AUDIO
OUT Jacks: Jackson the back of the DVD Player that send audio
to another system (TV or stereo).
COAXIAL
jack:
Sends digital audio to a stereo, allowing you to adjust the
volume at the stereo. The stereo must have a Coaxial In jack. This connection
provides the 5.1 channel surround sound as heard in movie theaters.
COMPONENT
VIDEO
OUT (Y Cr Cb) Jacks: Jackson the back of the
DVD Player that send high-quality video to a TV that has Component Video
In jacks.
Dolby Digital:
A surround sound system that provides 5.1 channel sound as
used in movie theaters.
Letterbox:
A TV Aspect setting (4:3). Displays the video in full-width, with
black bars at the top and bottom of the TV screen. This format is used often
when you see a movie in a theater. If the Disc does not include a letterbox
format, selecting Letterbox may have no effect. (For example, some DVDs
are two-sided, with one side playing in Letterbox and the other side playing in
a normal format.)
Pan & Scan: A TV Aspect setting (4:3). Displays the video with full-height
picture, with one or both sides of the picture trimmed to fit your TV screen.
Remote Control:
The small electronic unit that came with your DVD
Player; allows you to operate your DVD Player from a distance.
S-Video:
Produces a clearer picture by sending separate signals for the luminance and the color. If you connect an optional S-Video cable, you will not
need to use the supplied yellow video cable. You can use S-Video only if your
TV has an S-Video In jack.
VIDEO
OUT Jack: Yellow jack on the rear of the DVD Player that sends
video to a TV. Use the supplied yellow video cable to make this connection.
Wide:
A TV Aspect setting (16:9). Displays the video appropriately when
you connect the DVD Player to a widescreen TV.
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The DVD Player has no power.
• Make sure the power cord is connected completely to an AC (alternating current) outlet.
• Press STANDBY-ON
to turn on the Player. "P-ON" will appear briefly on the display panel as the power
turns on.
The remote
control will not operate
the DVD Player.
• Aim the remote control directly at the DVD Player's remote sensor. Details are on page 78.
• Remove all obstacles between the remote control and the DVD Player.
• Inspect and/or replace the batteries in the remote control. Details are on page seven.
• Use the remote control within 23 feet of the DVD Player.
No picture
• Make sure the video cable is connected correctly.
You may connect either the yellow video cable (supplied), an
optional S-Video cable, or optional component video cables. You only need one video connection between the
DVD Player and the TV. Details are on pages 8-74,
• Make sure the TV is set to the correct Video channel (AUX IN, A/V IN, Auxiliary In, EXT or External In,
Component
Video In, S-Video In, etc.). These channels usually are located near channel 00. Check your TV
owner's manual for details. Or, go to the lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels downward
until you
see the DVD logo or DVD playback on the TV screen.
• Insert a Disc that is playable on this DVD Player. Details are on page six.
Disc cannot play.
• Insert a playable Disc. Details are on page six,
• Place the Disc correctly
in the recesses in the Disc tray. If the Disc is one-sided, place the Disc in the tray with the
label facing up and the shiny side facing down. If the Disc is two-sided, make sure the label of the side you want to
play is facing up. Details are on page 75,
• Clean the Disc. Details are on page 43.
• Check the Parental controls and adjust if necessary. Details are on pages 34-35.
No
sound
• Connect the audio cables firmly. Make sure the cables are connected to the AUDIO IN jacks on the TV or audio
equipment. Details are on pages 70-73,
• Check the Audio Settings of the DVD Player. Details are on page37.
• Turn on the power of the audio equipment and make sure it is set to the correct channel or "source", usually
Auxiliary IN. Refer to the owner's manual of the audio equipment for details.
• Check the Audio Settings of the Disc. For example, you may have selected "soundtrack"
playback on a DVD. Only
the music of the movie will play, not the characters' dialog; music might not be recorded throughout
the entire
DVD. Details are on page 37.
Distorted
picture
• Connect the DVD Player directly to the TV. Details are on page eight.
• There are some cases where the picture may be distorted slightly and briefly; this is not a malfunction
Player,
of the
DVD
You cannot change the camera angle.
• The DVD might not contain segments recorded from different camera angles. See if multiple
referring to the DVD case or menu for more information.
Details are on page 32.
angles are available by
You cannot change the audio or subtitle
language.
• The DVD does not contain audio or subtitles in the desired language. Not all DVDs contain
multiple languages. See if other languages are available. Details are on pages 37-32,
audio or subtitles
in
An "X" appears on the TV screen, prohibiting
an operation.
• You cannot access the current feature at the current time or the feature is not available on the Disc. For example,
some menus or features can be accessed or changed only when Disc play is stopped, while some are available only
during playback. Check the instructions
for accessing the feature before trying again. Details are on page five.
The DVD Player turns off after 35 minutes.
• If AUTO POWER OFF is activated, the Player turns off if play stops for more than 35 minutes and you press no
buttons on the remote or the Player. When you receive the Player, the factory has set AUTO POWER OFF to
ON. Details are on pages 38-39.
A large DVD logo appears
on the TV screen.
• The DVD logo will appear on the TV screen when
minutes, then the Player will turn off as described
ing the DVD logo on the TV screen. Turn off the
ing TV station identification
Iogos or video games,
you stop Disc play. The logo will appear on the screen for 35
above. To prevent damage to your TV's picture tube, avoid leavDVD Player when it is not in use. A prolonged still image, includmay damage your TV picture tube.
Specifications45
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Product Type
Digital Video Disc Player
Frequency Response
DVD (linear sound): 20 Hz to 22 kHz (sample rate: 48 kHz)
20 Hz to 44 kHz (sample rate: 96 kHz)
Audio CD: 20 Hz to 20 kHz (JEITA)
Signal-to-Noise
Ratio (SIN
Audio CD: 120 dB JEITA
Ratio)
Dynamic
Range
DVD (linear sound): 102 dB
Audio CD: 99 dB (JEITA)
Total Distortion
Factor
Audio CD: 0.005% (JEITA)
Wow
and
Below
the
Flutter
measurement
limitation
(+0.001%
W
PEAK) (JEITA)
Power Requirement
120V AC + 10%, 60 Hz + 0.5%
Connections
S-Video out
Video out
Coaxial digital out
Audio out
Component
video
out
Mini DIN 4-pin jack (75 _2)
One pin jack, 1 Vpp (75 _2)
One pin jack, 500m Vpp (75_2)
Two pin jacks
(one left channel, one right channel)
2 Vrms (100 k_2)
One pin jack (Y), 1 Vpp (75_2)
Two pin jacks (Cb and Cr), 700m Vpp (75_2)
Power Consumption
Power on: 11 W
Power off: 3.9 W
Operating
Temperature
41°F (5°C) to 104°F (40°C)
Relative
Humidity
30% to 80%
Dimensions
17-1/8" (W) x 2-15/16" (H) x 8-5/16" (D)
(360 mm x 75 mm x 211 mm)
Weight
4.42 Ibs. (2.0 kg.)
NOTE: Designs
and specifications
are subject to change
without
notice.
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46 Limited Warranty
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Digital Video Disc Player
90 days Free Product Exchange /91 days-One Year Reduced-Cost Exchange
WHO IS COVERED?
MAKE
You must have proof of the date of purchase to exchange
your product.A sales receipt or other document showing
the date that you purchased the product is considered such
proof,
Please keep your sales receipt or other document showing
proof of date of purchase.Attach it to the owner's manual
and keep both nearby.Also keep the original box and packins material in case you need to return your product.
WHAT IS COVERED?
BEFORE EXCHANGING
Warranty coverage begins the day you buy your product. For
90 days thereafter, you may exchange the defective product
for a free new or renewed product through Magnavox,
From 91 days to one year from the date of purchase, you will
pay a preset exchange fee to obtain a new or renewed
product. Follow the exchange procedures on the next page.
This exchange opportunity ends one year after the date of
purchase.The replacement product is covered only for the
warranty period of the original product.When the warranty
on the original product expires, the warranty on all replaced
products also expires,
When it is necessary for you to ship the product to Magnavox for
exchange, you will pay the shipping costs tot shipment to
MagnaVOXrMagnavox will pay the shipping costs when returning
a product to yOUr
Please check your owner's manual before exchanging the
product, Adjustments of the controls discussed there may
save you time and money.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED?
Your warranty does not cover:
shipping charges to return defective product.
labor charges for installation or setup of the product,
adjustment of customer controls on the product, and
installation or repair of antenna systems outside of the
product.
product repair and/or part replacement because of
improper installation, abuse, neglect, misuse, accident,
unauthorized repair or other cause not within the control of Magnavox.
a product that requires modification or adaptation to
enable it to operate in any country other than the
country for which it was designed, manufactured,
approved and/or authorized, or repair of products damaged by these modifications,
incidental or consequential damages resulting from the
product. (Some states do not allow the exclusion of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you.This includes, but is not limited to, prerecorded material, whether copyrighted or not
copyrighted,)
a product used for commercial or institutional purposes
(including but not limited to rental purposes).
WHERE IS EXCHANGE
AVAILABLE?
Warranty exchange is available in all countries where the
product is officially distributed by Magnavox. In countries
where Magnavox does not distribute the product, the local
Magnavox service organization will attempt to exchange the
product, although there may be a delay if the appropriate
product is not readily available.
SURE YOU KEEP...
THE PRODUCT...
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND REMEDY...
MAGNAVOX ISNOT LIABLEUNDERANY CIRCUMSTANCES FORANY DIRECT,INDIRECT, SPECIAL,INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,HOWSOEVER INCURRED, EVEN IF NOTIFIED OFTHE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGES.
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LOCAL LAW,THE
REMEDIESPROVIDED IN THISWARRANTY STATEMENT
AREYOUR SOLEAND EXCLUSIVEREMEDY.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVESYOU SPECIFICLEGAL
RIGHTS,ANDYOU MAYALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS
WHICH VARY FROM STATE/PROVINCETO
STATE/PROVlN CE,
TO EXCHANGE YOUR PRODUCT IN THE U.S.A.,
PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS...
FOLLOWTHE INSTRUCTIONS STATEDPREVIOUSLYIN
THE "WHAT IS COVERED" SECTION, OR REFERTOTHE
EXCHANGE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE NEXT PAGE.
IN THE U.S.A.,PUERTORICO,AND U.S.VlRGIN ISLAND_
ALL IMPLIEDWARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF NON-INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESSFORA PARTICULAR PURPOSE,ARE SPECIFICALLYDISCLAIMED,AND TO THE
EXTENT INCONSISTENTWITH LAW OFTHE LOCALITY OFTHE USER,LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE
DURATION OF THIS EXPRESSWARRANTY, BECAUSE
SOME STATESDO NOTALLOW LIMITATIONS ON
HOW LONG AN IMPLIEDWARRANTY MAY LAST,THIS
LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLYTO YOU.
TO EXCHANGE
A PRODUCT
IN CANADA...
Please contact Magnavox at:
1-800-705-2000
In Canada, this warranty is given in lieu of all other warranties.There are no other warranties, express or implied,
including any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness
for a particular purpose.
REMEMBER...
Please record below the model and serial numbers found
on the product.Also, please fill out and mail your warranty
registration card promptly It will be easier for us to notify
you if necessary
MODEL#
SERIAL #
EL6505EO04/11-02
EXCHANGE
INSTRUCTIONS
To exchange your product
with Magnavox (per the warranty conditions stated previously),
remember:
If you exchange the product within 90 days of the original purchase, there is no cost to you. _
If you exchange the product more than 90 days after but less than one year after the day of original purchase, contact Magnavox at 1-800-705-2000 to determine the preset cost for exchange.
If you do not have your original sales receipt, or if you have any questions, call Magnavox at
1-800-705-2000.
To
1.
2.
3.
obtain a replacement
product from Magnavox:
Contact Magnavox at 1-800-705-2000 to determine the cost for exchange.
Complete the Exchange Form below.
Pack the product and its accessories in the original box or a suitable alternative.You will receive replacement accessories with your replacement product. For packing details, call Magnavox at 1-800-705-2000.
4. Put the completed Exchange Form, a copy of the original sales receipt, and the proper payment amount
into an envelope. DO NOT SEND CASH. Do not staple or clip these items together. Label the envelope
"Return Documents Enclosed." Place this envelope in the box with the product.
5. Seal the box with packing tape and return the product via United Parcel Service (UPS), insured and
freight prepaid, to the address provided by Magnavox. For details, call 1-800-705-2000.A
replacement
will be sent to you via UPS within 48 business hours of Magnavox' receipt of the product.
_When it is necessary for you to ship the product to Magnavox for exchange, you will pay the shipping costs for
shipment to Magnavox. Magnavox will pay the shipping costs when returning a product to you.
EXCHANGE FORM
Your Address
Name:
(street address to which
Street Address:
City:
Phone (day):
Exchange
Method
replacement
should be delivered,
no P.O. boxes allowed):
Apt. #:
State/Province:
Phone (night):
Fee:
Zip Code/Postal Code:
+ Sales Tax:
= Total:
of Payment:
(Check one. Please, no cash or CODs.)
Check/Money order
Check/Money order No.
Account number
Expiration
date
American Express
Visa
Novus/Discover
Mastercard
Signature:
Detailed
reason for return,
use additional
Model Number
Remember,
paper if necessary:
Serial Number
the return
The product,
Completed
Exchange
box should include the following:
Form and sales receipt,
•
Accessories supplied with the product,
Payment, if applicable.
and
48 Index
ac power
.............
19
angle button
arrow
buttons
cord
...........
.............
17, 32
audio
button
...........
17, 31
audio
audio
cd
...............
controls
.............
audio
out jacks
a-b repeat
.......
16
6, 24
37
10-13,
................
a-b repeat
button
19
maintenance
..............
43
marker button ..........
17, 36
markers ..................
36
menu button ...........
16, 20
menus .................
5, 20
mode button ......
17, 27-28, 42
MP3 ..................
29-30
26
17, 26
.......
number buttons ............
17
ok button
16
time search ...............
title button ............
title menu ................
titles .................
tracks ...................
video out jack ......
9-10, 14, 19
virtual surround
...........
42
warranty
batteries
bit rate
black
..................
7
..................
level
33
................
42
................
on-screen display ...........
33
open/close button .... 15, 16, 18
_X
_f
...............
32
25
17
coaxial jack ............
color systems ..............
component video
out jacks ..............
connections
.............
contents, table of ...........
controls, remote
........
disc menus
...............
14, 19
6
12, 19
8-14
3
16-17
20
disc tray ...............
display button ..........
display controls
.........
display panel ..............
display screens ............
dvd video .................
15, 18
17, 33
38-39
18
33
6
fast forward button ......
front panel ................
16, 22
18
glossary ..................
group ..............
43
26-27, 30
random
..................
using
repeat
repeat
resume
return
reverse
7
17, 26
26
21
16
16, 22
JPEG ..................
29-30
still picture ...............
stop button ............
subtitle button ..........
s-video out jack .........
40-41
table
........
16, 23
19
6
safety precautions ...........
4
search mode button ...17, 24-25
searching .................
22
setup button ...16,34-35,37-41
skip buttons ............
16, 24
slow motion
..............
23
12
9
11
13-14
9-14
10
controls
...........
28
16-17
18
....................
button ..........
playback ............
on ................
button .............
button ..........
5
34-35
34
16, 21, 23
15-16, 18
15
19
27
rear panel ................
region codes ...............
remote control
buttons ..............
sensor ..................
helpful hints ...............
hookups
component video .........
rf modulator ..............
s-video .................
stereo ...............
tv ....................
video ...................
language
44
parental ...............
password .................
pause button ........
play button ..........
playing ...................
power cord ...............
program
.................
46-47
......................
zoom button
camera angle ..............
chapters
.................
clear button ...............
25
16, 20
20
20, 25
24
specifications ..............
48
standby-on button .......
16, 18
step-by-step playback .......
21
stereo sound mode .........
31
of contents
............
21
16, 18
17, 32
11, 19
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