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SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS AMERICA, INC.
SERVICE DIVISION
400 Valley Road, Suite 201
Mount Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864)
www.samsung.com
AH68-01701V
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Home Theater System
with 5 Disc DVD
Changer
HT-P29
Instruction Manual
COMPACT
VIDEO
DIGITAL AUDIO
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Safety Warnings
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
KLASSE 1 LASER PRODUKT
LUOKAN 1 LASER LAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
PRODUCTO LASER CLASE 1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE REAR COVER.
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
SERVICE PERSONNEL.
Note to CATV system installer :
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installer’s attention to Section 820~40 of the NEC
which provides guidelines for proper grounding and,
in particular, specifies that the cable ground shall be
connected to the grounding system of the building,
as close to the point of cable entry as practical
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
This Compact Disc player is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER product.
Use of controls, adjustments or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
CAUTION-INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN
AND INTERLOCKS DEFEATED, AVOID
EXPOSURE TO BEAM.
This symbol indicates that dangerous voltage which can cause electric shock is present inside
this unit.
This symbol alerts you to important operating and maintenance instructions accompanying
the unit.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY
INSERT.
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Precautions
ENG
PREPARATION
Ensure that the AC power supply in your house complies with the identification sticker located on the back of your player. Install your
player horizontally, on a suitable base (furniture), with enough space around it for ventilation (3~4inches). Make sure the ventilation slots
are not covered. Do not stack anything on top of the player. Do not place the player on amplifiers or other equipment which may become
hot. Before moving the player, ensure the disc tray is empty. This player is designed for continuous use. Switching off the Home Theater
to the stand-by mode does not disconnect the electrical supply. In order to disconnect the player completely from the power
supply, remove the main plug from the wall outlet, especially when left unused for a long period of time.
During thunderstorms, disconnect AC main plug from the
wall outlet.
Voltage peaks due to lightning could damage the unit.
Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight or other heat
sources.
This could lead to overheating and malfunction of the unit.
Protect the player from moisture(i.e. vases) , and excess heat
(e.g.fireplace) or equipment creating strong magnetic or electric fields
(i.e.speakers...). Disconnect the power cable from the AC supply if the
player malfunctions. Your player is not intended for industrial use.
Use of this product is for personal use only.
Condensation may occur if your player or disc has been stored in cold
temperatures.
If transporting the player during the winter, wait approximately 2 hours
until the unit has reached room temperature before using.
The batteries used with this product contain chemicals
that are harmful to the environment.
Do not dispose of batteries in the general household
trash.
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Safety Instructions
READ INSTRUCTIONS
All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the appliance is operated.
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
HEED WARNINGS
All warnings on the appliance and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
WATER AND MOISTURE
Do not use this video product near waterfor example, near a bathtub, wash bowl,
kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement,
or near a swimming pool, and the like.
OVERLOADING
Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as
this can result in the risk of fire
or electric shock.
VENTILATION
Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided
for ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the
video product and to protect it from overheating
these openings must not be blocked or covered.
The openings should never be blocked
by placing the video product on a bed, sofa, rug, or
other similar surface. This video product
should never be placed near or over a radiator or
heat register.
This video product should not be placed
in a built-in installation such as a bookcase
or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
or the manufacturer's instructions have been followed.
POWER CORD PROTECTION
Power-supply cords should be routed so that
they are not likely to be walked on or pinched
by items placed upon or against them paying
particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the appliance.
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CLEANING
Unplug this video product from the wall outlet
before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners
or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
LIGHTNING
For added protection of this video product
receiver during a lightning storm, or when
it is left unattended and unused for long
periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet
and disconnect the antenna or cable system.
This will prevent damage to the video product
due to lightning and power-line surges.
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY
Never push objects of any kind into this
product through openings as they may touch
dangerous voltage points or short-out parts
that could result in a fire or electric shock.
Never spill liquid of any kind on the video
product.
ACCESSORIES
Do not place this video product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table.
The video product may fall, causing serious injury to
a child or adult, and serious damage
to the appliance.
Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket,
or table recommended by the manufacturer,
or sold with the video product. Any mounting
of the appliance should follow the manufacturer's
instructions and should use a mounting accessory
recommended by the manufacturer.
CART
An appliance and cart combination should be moved
with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven
surfaces may cause the appliance and cart combination to overturn.
POWER SOURCES
This video product should be operated only from the
type of power source indicated
on the marking label. If you are not sure
of the type of supply to your home, consult your
appliance dealer or local power company.
For video products intended to be operated from battery power, or other sources, refer
to the operating instructions.
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ENG
POLARIZATION
This video product is equipped with a polarized
alternating current line plug (a plug having one
blade wider than the other.) This plug will fit into the
power outlet only one way.
This is a safety feature. If you are unable
to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the
plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your
electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do not
defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
OUTDOOR ANTENNA GROUNDING
•If an outside antenna is connected to the
antenna terminal, be sure the antenna system
is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static
charges.
In
• the U.S.A section 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984,
provides information with respect to proper
grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire
to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding
conductors, location of antenna discharge unit,
connection to grounding electrodes, and
requirements for the grounding electrode.
See the figure below.
ATTACHMENTS
Do not use attachments not recommended
by the video product manufacturer as they may
cause hazards.
SERVICING
•Do not attempt to service this product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer
all servicing to qualified service personnel.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or having the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
ANTENNA
LEAD IN WIRE
GROUND
CLAMP
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION. 810-20)
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
SAFETY CHECK
Upon completion of any service or repairs
to this video product, ask the service technician to
perform safety checks to determine that the video
product is in proper operating condition.
DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE
Unplug this video product from the wall outlet and
refer servicing to qualified service personnel under
the following conditions.
a. When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged.
b. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have
fallen into the video product.
c. If the video product has been exposed to rain
or water
d. If the video product does not operate normally
by following the operating instructions.
Adjust only those controls that are covered
by the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result
in damage and will often require extensive
work by a qualified technician to restore
the video product to its normal operation.
e. If the video product has been dropped
or the cabinet has been damaged.
f. When the video product exhibits a distinct
change in performance - this indicates
a need for service.
HEAT
This video unit should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, stoves, or other products
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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PREPARATION
POWER LINES
An outside antenna system should not be located in
the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits,
or where it can fall into such power lines
or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from
touching such power lines or circuits as contact with
them might be fatal.
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Features
Multi-Disc Playback & FM Tuner
The HT-P29 combines the convenience of multi-disc playback capability, including
DVD, CD, MP3-CD, CD-R/RW, and DVD-R/RW, with a sophisticated FM tuner, all in a
single player.
Dolby Pro Logic II
Dolby Pro Logic II is a new form of multi-channel audio signal decoding technology
that improves upon existing Dolby Pro Logic.
TV Screen Saver Function
The HT-P29 automatically brightens and darkens your TV screen
after 3 minutes in the stop mode.
The HT-P29 automatically switches itself into the power saving mode
after 20 minutes in the screen saver mode.
Power Saving Function
The HT-P29 automatically shuts itself off after 20 minutes in the stop mode.
Customized TV Screen Display
The HT-P29 allows you to select your favorite image during JPEG and DVD
playback and set it as your background wallpaper.
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Contents
ENG
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Safety Warnings..................................................................................................................................................................1
Precautions .........................................................................................................................................................................2
Safety Instructions ..............................................................................................................................................................3
Features..............................................................................................................................................................................5
Notes on Discs....................................................................................................................................................................7
CONNECTIONS
Description ..........................................................................................................................................................................9
Connecting the Speakers ...................................................................................................................................................13
Connecting the Video Out to TV.........................................................................................................................................15
P.SCAN(Progressive Scan) Function .................................................................................................................................16
Connecting External Components ......................................................................................................................................17
Connecting the FM Antenna ..............................................................................................................................................18
Before Using Your Home Theater.......................................................................................................................................19
OPERATION
Disc Playback .....................................................................................................................................................................21
Selecting a Disc in the Disc changer..................................................................................................................................22
MP3-CD Playback ..............................................................................................................................................................23
To play different file types on the same disc ......................................................................................................................24
JPEG File Playback ............................................................................................................................................................25
Displaying Disc Information ................................................................................................................................................27
Checking the Remaining Time............................................................................................................................................28
Fast/Slow Playback ............................................................................................................................................................29
Skipping Scenes/Songs......................................................................................................................................................30
Repeat Playback.................................................................................................................................................................31
A-B Repeat Playback..........................................................................................................................................................32
Step Function......................................................................................................................................................................33
Angle Function....................................................................................................................................................................33
Zoom (Screen Enlarge) Function .......................................................................................................................................34
EZ VIEW Function ..............................................................................................................................................................34
Selecting Audio/Subtitle Language .....................................................................................................................................35
Moving Directly to a Scene/Song .......................................................................................................................................36
Using Disc Menu.................................................................................................................................................................37
Using the Title Menu...........................................................................................................................................................38
SETUP
Setting the Language..........................................................................................................................................................39
Setting TV Screen type.......................................................................................................................................................41
Setting Parental Controls (Rating Level) ............................................................................................................................43
Setting the Password..........................................................................................................................................................44
Setting the Wallpaper .........................................................................................................................................................45
Setting the Speaker Mode ..................................................................................................................................................47
Setting the Test Tone ..........................................................................................................................................................48
Setting the Delay Time .......................................................................................................................................................49
Setting the Audio ...............................................................................................................................................................51
Setting the DRC (Dynamic Range Compression) ..............................................................................................................53
AV SYNC Setup..................................................................................................................................................................54
Dolby Pro Logic II Mode .....................................................................................................................................................55
Dolby Pro Logic II Effect .....................................................................................................................................................56
RADIO OPERATION
Listening to Radio ...............................................................................................................................................................57
Presetting Stations..............................................................................................................................................................58
MISCELLANEOUS
Convenient Functions .........................................................................................................................................................59
Operating a TV with the Remote Control ...........................................................................................................................61
Before Calling for Service...................................................................................................................................................63
Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs............................................................................................................................65
Language Code List............................................................................................................................................................66
Specifications......................................................................................................................................................................67
WARRANTY........................................................................................................................................................................68
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Notes on Discs
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) offers fantastic audio and video, thanks to Dolby Digital
VIDEO
1
~ 6
surround sound and MPEG-2 video compression technology. Now you can enjoy these
realistic effects in the home, as if you were in a movie theater or concert hall.
Home Theaters and the discs are coded by region. These regional codes must match in
order for the disc to play. If the codes do not match, the disc will not play.
The Region Number for this player is given on the rear panel of the player.
(Your Home Theater will only play DVDs that are labeled with identical region codes.)
Playable Discs
Disc Type
Mark (Logo)
Recorded Signals
Disc Size
5"
Video
DVD-VIDEO
3 1/2"
VIDEO
COMPACT
AUDIO-CD
Audio
DIGITAL AUDIO
Max. Playing Time
Approx. 240 min. (single-sided)
Approx. 480 min. (double-sided)
Approx. 80 min. (single-sided)
Approx. 160 min. (double-sided)
5"
74 min.
3 1/2"
20 min.
Do not use the following types of disc!
• LD, CD-G, CD-I, CD-ROM and DVD-ROM discs cannot be played on this player.
If such discs are played, a "WRONG DISC FORMAT" message appears on the TV screen.
• DVD discs purchased abroad may not play on this player.
If such discs are played, a "WRONG REGION CODE" message appears on the TV screen.
Copy Protection
• Many DVD discs are encoded with copy protection. Because of this, you should only connect
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your Home Theater directly to your TV, not to a VCR. Connecting to a VCR results in a distorted
picture from copy-protected DVD discs.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by methods claims of certain
U.S. patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights
owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and
is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
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ENG
PREPARATION
Disc Recording Format
CD-R Discs
• Some CD-R discs may not be playable depending on the disc recording device (CD-Recorder or PC) and the
condition of the disc.
• Use a 650MB/74 minute CD-R. Other CD-R media, may not be playable.
• Some CD-RW (Rewritable) media, may not be playable.
• Only CD-Rs that are properly "closed" can be fully played. If the session is closed but the disc is left open,
you may not be able to fully play the disc.
CD-R MP3 Discs
• Only CD-R discs with MP3 files in ISO 9660 or Joliet format can be played.
• MP3 file names should be 8 characters or less in length and contain no blank spaces or special characters (. / = +).
• Use discs recorded with a compression/decompression data rate greater than 128Kbps.
• Only files with the ".mp3" and ".MP3" extensions can be played.
• Only a consecutively written Multisession disc can be played. If there is a blank segment in the Multisession disc,
the disc can be played only up to the blank segment.
• If the disc is not closed, it will take longer to begin playback and not all of the recorded files may be played.
• For files encoded in Variable Bit Rate (VBR) format, i.e. files encoded in both low bit rate and high bit rate (e.g.,
32Kbps ~ 320Kbps), the sound may skip during playback.
• A maximum of 500 tracks can be played per CD.
• A maximum of 300 folders can be played per CD.
CD-R JPEG Discs
• Only files with the ".jpeg" and ".JPEG" extensions can be played.
• If the disc is not closed, it will take longer to start playing and not all of the recorded files may be played.
• Only CD-R discs with JPEG files in ISO 9660 or Joliet format can be played.
• JPEG file names should be 8 characters or less in length and contain no blank spaces or special characters (. / = +).
• Only a consecutively written multisession disc can be played. If there is a blank segment in the multisession disc, the
disc can be played only up to the blank segment.
• A maximum of 9,999 images can be stored on a single CD.
• When playing a Kodak/Fuji Picture CD, only the JPEG files in the picture folder can be played.
• Picture discs other than Kodak/Fuji Picture CDs may take longer to start playing or may not play at all.
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Description
—Front Panel—
Play/Pause (
Disc Tray
Standby indicator
Stop (
) button
) button
Direct Play buttons
Function button
Disc Change button
Volume buttons
Power (
Open/Close button
) button
Tuning Up & Skip (
Tuning Down & Skip (
) buttons
) buttons
STEREO indicator
DISC(1~5) indicator
P.SCAN indicator
System Status Display
RADIO FREQUENCY
indicator
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ENG
PREPARATION
—Rear Panel—
External Audio Device Input Connector
COMPONENT VIDEO OUTPUT
Connectors
5.1 Channel Speaker
Output Terminals
Cooling Fan
FM Antenna Connector
External Video Device
Input/Output Connectors
Accessories
Remote Control
(AH59-01617A)
FM Antenna
(AH42-00017A)
Video Cable
(AH39-40001V)
User's Manual
(AH68-01701V)
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Description
—Remote Control—
TV indicator
TV, DVD POWER button
MODE button
DISC SKIP button
DVD RECEIVER indicator
OPEN/CLOSE button
TV/VIDEO, DIMMER button
DVD button
Number(0~9) buttons
REMAIN button
AUX button
TUNER button
CANCEL button
Play/Pause button
Stop button
Tuning Preset/CD Skip button
PL II MODE button
VOLUME button
MENU button
SUB TITLE button
PL II EFFECT button
TUNING/CH button
INFO. button
AUDIO button
Cursor/Enter button
RETURN button
STEP button
ZOOM button
LOGO COPY button
REPEAT button
MO/ST, SLOW button
DIGEST button
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MUTE button
TEST TONE button
SOUND EDIT button
SLEEP button
EZ VIEW button
SLIDE MODE button
TUNER MEMORY, P.SCAN button
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ENG
PREPARATION
Insert Remote Batteries
1
Remove the battery
cover on the back
of the remote by
pressing down and
sliding the cover in
the direction of the
arrow.
Caution
2
Insert two 1.5V AAA
batteries, paying
attention to the correct
polarities (+ and –).
3
Replace the battery
cover.
Follow these precautions to avoid leaking or cracking cells:
• Place batteries in the remote control so they match the polarity:(+) to (+)and (–)to (–).
• Use the correct type of batteries.Batteries that look similar may differ in voltage.
• Always replace both batteries at the same time.
• Do not expose batteries to heat or flame.
Range of Operation of the Remote Control
The remote control can be used up to approximately 23 feet/7 meters in a straight line. It can also be
operated at a horizontal angle of up to 30° from the remote control sensor.
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Connecting the Speakers
Before moving or installing the product, be sure to turn off the power and disconnect the power cord.
C
SW
L
R
SL
Position of the Home Theater
• Place it on a stand, cabinet shelf, or under the
TV stand.
SR
Selecting the Listening Position
The listening position should be located about 2.5 to 3
times the distance of the TV's screen size away from the
TV. Example: For 32" TVs 2~2.4m (6~8 feet)
For 55" TVs 3.5~4m (11~13 feet)
Front Speakers L R
• Place these speakers in front of your listening
position, facing inwards (about 45°) toward you.
• Place the speakers so that their tweeters will be at
the same height as your ear.
• Align the front face of the front speakers with the
front face of the center speaker or place them
slightly in front of the center speakers.
Rear Speakers SL SR
• Place these speakers behind your listening position.
• If there isn't enough room, place these speakers so they face each
other.
• Place them about 60 to 90cm (2 to 3feet) above your ear, facing
slightly downward.
the front and center speakers, the rear speakers are used
* toUnlike
handle mainly sound effects and sound will not come from
Center Speaker C
• It is best to install it at the same height as the front
speakers.
• You can also install it directly over or under the TV.
them all the time.
Subwoofer SW
• The position of the subwoofer is not so critical.
Place it anywhere you like.
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ENG
Center Speaker Rear Speaker (L)
Front Speaker (L)
CONNECTIONS
Rear Speaker (R)
Front Speaker (R)
Subwoofer
1
Press and hold the terminal tab.
2
3
Insert the speaker cord.
Release your finger.
Note
1
2
Red
3
Black
• Connect the red cord to the red (+) terminal and the black cord to the black (-)
terminal.
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Connecting the Video Out to TV
Choose one of the two methods for connecting to a TV.
HT-P29
Green
Red
Blue
METHOD 2
METHOD 1
(supplied)
Blue
Red
Green
TV
METHOD 1 Composite Video ....... (Good Quality)
- Connect the supplied video cable from the VIDEO OUT jack on the back panel of the system
to the VIDEO IN jack on your TV.
METHOD 2 Component ....... (Best Quality)
- If your television is equipped with Component Video inputs, connect a component video cable
(not supplied) from the Pr, Pb and Y jacks on the back panel of the system to the corresponding
jacks on your TV.
Note
• After connecting the Home Theater to your TV, set the input on your TV so the signal from the
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Home theater appears on your TV screen.
When the Progressive scan mode is selected, the VIDEO output do not feed any signal.
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P.SCAN(Progressive Scan) Function
ENG
Unlike regular Interlace Scan, in which two fields of picture information alternate to create the entire
picture (odd scan lines, then even scan lines), Progressive Scan uses one field of information (all lines
displayed in one pass) to create a clear and detailed picture without visible scan lines.
Press STOP button.
• When disc is played back, press the STOP button twice so that “STOP”, appears on the display.
2
Press and hold P.SCAN button on the remote control for over 5 seconds.
• Pressing and holding the button for over 5 seconds will select "Progressive Scan" and "Interlace Scan"
alternately.
• When you select P.SCAN, "P.SCAN" will appear on the display.
What is Progressive (or Non-Interlaced) Scanning?
Interlaced Scan (1 FRAME = 2 FIELDS)
In interlaced-scan video, a frame consists of two interlaced fields (odd and even), where each field contains
every other horizontal line in the frame.
The odd field of alternating lines is displayed first, and
then the even field is displayed to fill in the alternating
gaps left by the odd field to form a single frame.
One frame, displayed every 1/30th of a second, contains
two interfaced fields, thus a total of 60 fields are displayed every 1/60th of a second.
The interlaced scanning method is intended for capturing
a still object.
Note
Progressive Scan (FULL FRAME)
The progressive scanning method scans one full frame of
video consecutively down the screen, line by line.
An entire image is drawn at one time, as opposed to the
interlaced scanning process by which a video image is
drawn in a series of passes.
The progressive scanning method is desirable for dealing
with moving objects.
• This function works only on TVs equipped with component video inputs (Y, Pr, Pb) that support
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Progressive Video. (It does not work on TVs with conventional component inputs, i.e., non-progressive
scan TVs.)
Depending on the brand and model of your TV, this function may not work.
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CONNECTIONS
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Connecting External Components
Example: Analog signal components such as a VCR or TV.
Audio Cable
If the external analog
component has only one
Audio Out, connect either
left or right.
External Analog
Component
External Analog
Component
1
Connect Video Out on the Home Theater to Video In on your TV.
2
Connect Audio In on the Home Theater to Audio Out on the external analog component.
• Be sure to match connector colors.
3
Press AUX on the remote control or main unit to select ‘AUX’.
• ’AUX’ appears in the display.
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Connecting the FM Antenna
ENG
CONNECTIONS
FM Antenna (supplied)
1
Connect the FM antenna supplied to the FM 75Ω COAXIAL terminal.
2
Slowly move the antenna wire around until you find a location where reception is good, then
fasten it to a wall or other rigid surface.
Cooling Fan
The cooling fan supplies cool air to the unit to prevent overheating.
Please observe the following cautions for your safety.
• Make sure the unit is well-ventilated. If the unit has poor ventilation, the temperature inside the unit could rise
and may damage it.
• Do not obstruct the cooling fan or ventilation holes. (If the cooling fan or ventilation holes are covered with a
newspaper or cloth, heat may build up inside the unit and fire may result.)
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Before Using Your Home Theater
Your Home Theater is capable of playing DVD, CD, MP3 and JPEG discs. Depending on the disc you are using,
these instructions may vary slightly. Read the instructions carefully before using.
To Operate your Samsung TV and the Home Theater with the HT-P29's Remote Control
Plug the main unit's
power cord into the
AC power supply.
1
2
Press MODE button
until the TV indicator
lights.
TV
4
Press TV/VIDEO
button to select
VIDEO mode.
5
6
Press FUNCTION button
on the main unit or DVD
on the remote to select
DVD/CD mode.
DVD RECEIVER
Press the MODE
button until the DVD
RECEIVER indicator
lights.
TV
3
Press the POWER
button to turn on the
TV.
DVD RECEIVER
Note
• Buttons Enabled for TV Operation: POWER, CHANNEL, VOLUME, TV/VIDEO and Numeric (0-9)
•
buttons.
By default, the remote control is set to work with Samsung TVs.
See page 61 for more information remote control operation with other manufacturer's TVs.
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ENG
Disc terminology
• DVD-video is divided into several large sections called "titles" and
smaller sections called "chapters". Numbers are allotted to these
sections. These numbers are called "title numbers" and "chapter
numbers".
TITLE 1
CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
TITLE 2
CHAPTER 3
CHAPTER 1
CHAPTER 2
Tracks (Video and music CDs)
• Video and music CDs are divided into sections called "tracks".
Numbers are allotted to these sections. These numbers are called
"track numbers".
TRACK 1
Note
TRACK 2
TRACK 3
• In this manual, the instructions marked with "DVD (
TRACK 4
TRACK 5
DVD
)" are applicable
to DVD-VIDEO, and DVD-R/RW discs.
Where a particular DVD type is mentioned, it is indicated separately.
• Depending on the content of the disc, the initial screen may appear different.
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CONNECTIONS
Titles and chapters (DVD-VIDEO)
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Disc Playback
1
Press OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
disc tray.
2
Load a disc.
3
Press DISC SKIP button.
4
Close the compartment by pressing the
OPEN/CLOSE button again.
• Place a disc gently into the tray with the disc’s label
facing up.
• Rotate the carousel tray so you can load the third, fourth,
and fifth discs.
DVD
CD
• Playback starts automatically.
Note
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• Depending on the content of the disc, the initial screen may appear different.
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Selecting a Disc in the Disc changer
ENG
The DVD/CD function is automatically selected when Disc Skip is pushed.
To select a specific disc, press the corresponding DIRECT PLAY
(1, 2, 3, 4, 5) buttons on the front panel or DISC SKIP on the
remote control, until the required disc indicator flashes.
• If the disc selected is not loaded, the next disc is played automatically.
OPERATION
To stop playback, press STOP during playback.
• If pressed once, “PRESS PLAY” is displayed and the stop position will be stored in memory.
If PLAY/PAUSE (
) button or ENTER button is pressed, playback resumes from the stop position.
(This function works only with DVDs.)
• If pressed twice, “STOP” is displayed, and if PLAY/PAUSE (
) button is pressed, playback starts from the
beginning.
To temporarily pause playback, press PLAY/PAUSE during playback.
• To resume playback, press PLAY/PAUSE (
) button again.
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MP3-CD Playback
Data CDs (CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW) encoded in MP3/WMA format can be played.
1
Press the
OPEN/CLOSE button
to open the disc tray,
and then load the
MP3/WMA disc.
2
• The MP3/WMA menu screen will appear
•
• User
and playback will start.
The appearance of the menu depends on
the MP3/WMA disc.
3
To change the album,
use
to
select another album
and then press the
ENTER button.
In Stop mode, use
to select
the album, and then
press the ENTER
button.
4
to select the track.
Press the STOP
button to stop
playback.
• To select another album and track,
repeat Steps 2 and 3 above.
Note
• Depending on the recording mode, some MP3-CD/WMA files may not play.
• Table of contents of a MP3-CD/WMA varies depending on the MP3-CD/WMA
track format recorded on the disc.
• MP3 file support: MPEG1 LAYER3 (BITRATE : 128KBPS~320KBPS ,
SAMPLING FREQ.: 32K/44.1K/48KHz)
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To play different file types on the same disc
1
In Stop mode, press the
buttons and select a
desired icon from the top part of
the menu.
• To play music files only, select the
• To play image files only, select the
• To play movie files only, select the
Icon.
• To select all files, select the
Icon.
Icon.
Icon.
OPERATION
• Music File Icon
• Image File Icon
• Movie File Icon
• All File Icon
2
Note
ENG
Select the desired file and then
press the ENTER button.
The file will play.
• This product does not support DivX, AVI and WMV format files and no icon
will appear on the TV screen. (However, MPG format file is supported.)
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JPEG File Playback
JPEG
Images captured with a digital camera or camcorder, or JPEG files on a PC can be stored on a CD and then
played back with this Home Theater.
Slide Mode
1
Place the JPEG disc on the disc tray.
2
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button.
3
Press SLIDE MODE button.
• Choose the appropriate JPEG disc in the tray.
• Playback starts automatically.
• Each time the button is pressed, the image makes the transition as follows:
From top to bottom
From bottom to top
Rectangular shape in the center
Vertical blinds effect
Each time a new image is displayed, slide modes
(1~11) will be applied randomly and automatically.
Cancels the slide mode.
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Press
to skip to the next slide.
• Each time the button is pressed, the slide moves backward or forward.
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ENG
Digest Function
You can view 9 JPEG images on the TV screen.
1
Press DIGEST
button during
playback.
2
• JPEG files will be shown in
Press Cursor , , , buttons
to select the desired image and
then press ENTER button.
• The selected image is played for 5 seconds before moving
9 windows.
to the next image.
.
Rotate/Flip Function
Press Cursor
,
,
,
buttons during playback.
button: Flip Vertically
button: Rotate 90°
Counterclockwise
button: Rotate 90° Clockwise
Original Image
button: Flip Horizontally
JPEG limitation
The maximum resolution is 5120 x 3840 (or 19.0 MPixel) for baseline images, and 2048 x 1536
(3.0 MPixel) for progressive images.
There is no file size limitation.
☞ Progressive JPEG images — those that appear gradually as the image is being downloaded.
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OPERATION
To view the previous or next image with 9 windows, press
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Displaying Disc Information
You can view disc playback information on the TV screen.
Press INFO button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the display changes as follows:
DVD
CD
MP3
The information display
disappears from the screen
•
JPEG
The information display
disappears from the screen
appears on the TV screen!
If this symbol appears on the TV screen while buttons are being operated,
that operation is not possible with the disc currently being played.
The information display
disappears from the screen
Note
• Depending on the disc, the disc information display may appear
•
different.
Depending on the disc, you can also select DOLBY DIGITAL, or
PRO LOGIC.
Screen Display
DVD display
TITLE display
CD display
MP3 CD display
TRACK (FILE) display
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ELAPSED TIME display
STEREO (L/R) display
CHAPTER display
REPEAT PLAYBACK display
DOLBY DIGITAL display
SUBTITLE display
AUDIO LANGUAGE display
ANGLE display
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Checking the Remaining Time
ENG
Press the REMAIN button.
• For checking the total and remaining time of a title or chapter
being played.
Each time the REMAIN button is pressed
CD
TITLE ELAPSED
TRACK ELAPSED
TITLE REMAIN
TRACK REMAIN
CHAPTER ELAPSED
TOTAL ELAPSED
CHAPTER REMAIN
TOTAL REMAIN
MP3
TRACK REMAIN
TRACK ELAPSED
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OPERATION
DVD
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Fast/Slow Playback
Fast Playback
Press and hold
DVD
CD
.
• Each time the button is held down during playback,
the playback speed changes as follows:
Slow Playback
DVD
Press SLOW button.
• Each time the button is pressed during playback,
the playback speed changes as follows:
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MP3
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Skipping Scenes/Songs
Briefly press
ENG
.
• Each time the button is pressed briefly during playback, the previous or next chapter, track,
or directory (file) will be played.
• You cannot skip chapters consecutively.
DVD
MP3
TITLE 01/05 CHAPTER 002/040
DVD RECEIVER
SMART NAVI
Something like you
Back for good
Love of my life
More than words
I need you
My love
Uptown girl
OPERATION
DVD RECEIVER
SMART NAVI
Something like you
Back for good
Love of my life
More than words
I need you
My love
Uptown girl
TITLE 01/05 CHAPTER 004/040
DVD RECEIVER
SMART NAVI
Something like you
Back for good
Love of my life
More than words
I need you
My love
Uptown girl
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Repeat Playback
Repeat playback allows you to repeatedly play a chapter, title, track (song), or directory (MP3 file).
DVD
CD
MP3
JPEG
Press REPEAT button.
• Each time the button is pressed during playback, the repeat playback mode changes as follows:
DVD
MP3
JPEG
Repeat Playback Options
CHAPTER
Repeatedly plays the selected chapter.
TITLE
Repeatedly plays the selected title.
RANDOM
Plays tracks in random order.
(A track that has already been played may be
played again.)
TRACK
Repeatedly plays the selected track.
CD
DIR
Repeatedly plays all tracks in the selected folder.
DISC
Repeatedly plays the entire disc.
OFF
Cancels Repeat Playback.
To Select a Repeat Playback Mode in the Disc Information Screen
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DVD
1
2
Press INFO button twice.
3
Press Cursor button to select the
desired Repeat Playback mode.
4
Press ENTER button.
Press Cursor button to move to
REPEAT PLAYBACK ( ) display.
MP3 and JPEG discs, you cannot select Repeat
* For
Play from the information display screen.
CD
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A-B Repeat Playback
ENG
You can repetitively play back a designated section of a DVD.
DVD
1
CD
Press INFO button
twice.
2
Press Cursor button
to move to REPEAT
PLAYBACK ( ) display.
4
Press ENTER
button at the end
of the desired
segment.
• For a CD, press INFO button
once.
• When ENTER button is pressed,
the selected position will be stored
in memory.
• The specified segment will be
played repeatedly.
A-
A-B
REPEAT : A—B
A -?
REPEAT : A—
To return to normal playback, press Cursor
buttons to select
OFF.
,
Note
• The A-B Repeat function will not work on an MP3 or JPEG disc.
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OPERATION
3
Press Cursor , buttons
to select ‘A-’ and then press
ENTER button at the beginning
of the desired segment.
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Step Function
DVD
Press STEP button.
• The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is pressed
during playback.
Note
• During fast playback of a CD or MP3-CD, sound is heard only at 2x speed,
and not at 4x, 8x, and 32x speeds.
• No sound is heard during slow or step motion playback.
Angle Function
DVD
This function allows you to view the same scene in different angles.
1
Press INFO button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
ANGLE ( ) display.
1/3
3
1/3
Press Cursor , or numeric buttons to
select the desired angle.
• Each time the button is pressed, the angle changes as follows:
1/3
2/3
3/3
Note
• The Angle function works only with discs on which multiple
angles have been recorded.
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Zoom (Screen Enlarge) Function
This function allows you to enlarge a particular area of the displayed image.
1
Press ZOOM
button.
2
Press Cursor , ,
, buttons to
move to the area
you want to enlarge.
ENG
DVD
3
Press ENTER
button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the
zoom level changes as follows:
SELECT ZOOM POSITION
OPERATION
EZ VIEW Function
DVD
Press EZ VIEW button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the zoom function will switch between On
and Off.
• When a movie is played in Widescreen format, black bars at the top and
bottom of the TV screen can be removed by pressing the EZ VIEW button.
EZ VIEW
EZ VIEW OFF
Note
• This function will not work if the DVD is recorded with multi-camera angle format.
• Black bars may not disappear because some DVD discs have a built-in horizontal to vertical ratio.
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Selecting Audio/Subtitle Language
Audio Language Selection Function
1
Press INFO button
twice.
2
DVD
Press Cursor ,
buttons or numeric
buttons to select the
desired audio language.
• Depending on the number of languages on a
DVD disc, a different audio language
(ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH, etc.) is
selected each time the button is pressed.
SP 2/3
FR 3/3
Subtitle Language Selection Function
1
Press INFO button
twice.
3
Press Cursor
button or numeric
buttons to select
the desired subtitle.
EN 1/3
EN 01/ 03
2
DVD
Press Cursor
button to move to
SUBTITLE ( )
display.
OFF
SP 02/ 03
FR 03/ 03
OFF / 03
Note
• You can use the SUBTITLE and
•
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AUDIO button on the remote control
to select a subtitle language.
Depending on the disc, the Subtitle
and Audio Language functions may
not work.
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Moving Directly to a Scene/Song
DVD
1
CD
Moving to a Title/Track
01/05
001/040
0:00:37
1/1
025/040
0:00:01
001/002
0:00:01
5
1/1
Press Cursor ,
buttons to move to
time display.
01/05
025/040
1:17:30
Press Cursor ,
buttons to move to
Chapter ( ) display.
3
01/05
1/1
Moving to a Specific Time
Press Cursor ,
buttons or numeric buttons
to select the desired
chapter and then press
ENTER button.
01/05
MP3
03/05
Moving to a Chapter
001/040
0:00:01
1/1
Moving to a Specific Time
6
Press the numeric
buttons to select the
desired time and then
press ENTER button.
1/1
01/05
028/040
1:30:00
1/1
JPEG
Press the numeric
buttons.
• The selected file will be played.
• An MP3 or JPEG disc cannot be moved
in the disc information screen.
Note
• You can press
•
on the
remote control to move directly to the
desired title, chapter, or track.
Depending on the disc, you may not
be able to move to the selected title
or time.
• When playing an MP3 or JPEG disc, you
cannot use
,
to move to a folder.
To move a folder, press (Stop) and
then press
, .
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OPERATION
Moving to a Chapter
4
2
Press INFO button.
Press Cursor , buttons
or numeric buttons to select
the desired title/track and then
press ENTER button.
ENG
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Using Disc Menu
DVD
You can use the menus for the audio language, subtitle language, profile, etc.
DVD menu contents differ from disc to disc.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
2
Press Cursor ,
buttons to move to
‘DISC MENU’ and then
press ENTER button.
• When you select the disc menu that is not
supported by the disc, the "This menu is not
supported" message appears on the screen.
3
Press Cursor ,
, buttons to
select the desired
item.
• Press ENTER button.
Note
• Disc menu display may be different depending on the disc.
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Using the Title Menu
ENG
DVD
For DVDs containing multiple titles, you can view the title of each movie.
Depending on the disc, the availability of this feature may vary.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
2
Press Cursor ,
button to move to
‘Title Menu’.
3
Press ENTER
button.
• The title menu appears.
OPERATION
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
Note
• Title menu display may be different depending on the disc.
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Setting the Language
OSD (On-Screen Display) language is set to English by default.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Setup’ and then
press ENTER button.
Note
• To select another language, select OTHER and enter the language code of your country.
(See page 66 for language codes)
AUDIO, SUB TITLE and DISC MENU language can be selected.
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ENG
3
Select ‘Language’
and then press
ENTER button
4
Press Cursor ,
button to select ‘OSD
Language’ and then
press ENTER button.
5
Press Cursor ,
button to select the
desired language and then
press ENTER button.
• Once the setup is complete, if the language was
set to English, OSD will be displayed in English.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
y.
Selecting the
OSD Language
Selecting the
Audio Language
(recorded on the disc)
Selecting the
Subtitle Language
(recorded on the disc)
Selecting the Disc Menu
Language (recorded on the disc)
language you selected is
* Ifnottherecorded
on the disc, menu
language will not change even
if you set it to your desired
language.
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SETUP
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
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Setting TV Screen type
Depending on your TV type (Wide Screen or conventional 4:3), you can select the TV's aspect ratio.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
3
Press Cursor
button to move to ‘TV
DISPLAY’ and then
press ENTER button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Setup’ and then
press ENTER button.
4
Press Cursor ,
button to select the
desired item and then
press ENTER button.
• Once the setup is complete, you will
be taken to the previous screen.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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ENG
Adjusting the TV Aspect Ratio (Screen Size)
The horizontal to vertical screen size ratio of conventional TVs is 4:3, while that of widescreen and high
definition TVs is 16:9. This ratio is called the aspect ratio. When playing DVDs recorded in different
screen sizes, you should adjust the aspect ratio to fit your TV or monitor.
• For a standard TV, select either "4:3LB" or "4:3PS" option according to personal preference.
Select "16:9" if you have a widescreen TV.
WIDE
: Select this to view a 16:9 picture in the full-screen
mode on your widescreen TV.
• You can enjoy the widescreen aspect.
4:3LB
(4:3 Letterbox)
: Select this to play a 16:9 picture in the letter box
mode on a conventional TV.
• Black bars will appear at the top and bottom of the screen.
4:3PS
: Select this to play a 16:9 picture in the pan & scan
mode on a conventional TV.
SETUP
(4:3 Pan&Scan)
• You can see the central portion of the screen only (with the
sides of the 16:9 picture cut off).
Note
• If a DVD is in the 4:3 ratio, you cannot view it in widescreen.
• Since DVD discs are recorded in various image formats, they will look different depending on
the software, the type of TV, and the TV aspect ratio setting.
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Setting Parental Controls (Rating Level)
Use this to restrict playback of adult or violent DVDs you do not want children to view.
3
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘PARENTAL’ and then
press ENTER button.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
4
Press Cursor , button
to select the desired rating
level and then press
ENTER button.
• If you have selected Level 6, you
•
Note
cannot view DVDs with Level 7 or
higher.
The higher the level, the closer the
content is to violent or adult material.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Setup’ and then
press ENTER button.
5
Enter the password
and then press
ENTER button.
• The password is set to "7890" by default.
• Once the setup is complete, you will be
taken to the previous screen.
• This function works only if a DVD disc contains the rating level information.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
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Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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Setting the Password
ENG
You can set the password for the Parental (rating level) setting.
1
3
Press Cursor button to
move to ‘PASSWORD’
and then press ENTER
button.
Press MENU button.
4
Press ENTER
button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Setup’ and then
press ENTER button.
5
Enter the password
and then press
ENTER button.
• Enter the old password, a new
password, and confirm new password.
Note
SETUP
• The setting is complete.
• The password is set to "7890" by default.
If you have forgotten the rating level password, do the following:
• While the player is in the no disc mode, hold the main unit's
the display and all settings will return to the default values.
• Press the POWER button.
Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings.
Do not use this unless necessary.
button for longer than 5 seconds. “RESET” appears on
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Setting the Wallpaper
JPEG
DVD
While watching a DVD or JPEG CD, you can set the image you like as background wallpaper.
Setting the Wallpaper
1
During playback, press
PLAY/PAUSE button
when an image you
like appears.
Press LOGO
button.
2
• “COPY LOGO DATA” will be
displayed on the TV screen.
COPY LOGO DATA
PAUSE
3
The power will
turn off and then
back on.
• The selected wallpaper will be
displayed.
• You can select up to 3 wallpaper
settings.
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Select this to set the
Samsung Logo image as
your wallpaper.
Select this to set the desired
image as your wallpaper.
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ENG
To select one of the 3 wallpaper settings you've made
4
Press to select
the desired ‘USER’,
and then press
ENTER.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Setup’ and then
press ENTER button.
5
Press MENU
button to exit the
setup screen.
3
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘LOGO’ and then
press ENTER button.
SETUP
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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Setting the Speaker Mode
Signal outputs and frequency responses from the speakers will automatically be adjusted according to your
speaker configuration and whether certain speakers are used or not.
1
3
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
In the Speaker
Setup, press the
ENTER button again.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Audio’ and then
press ENTER button.
4
Press Cursor , ,
, buttons to move
to the desired
speaker and then
press ENTER button.
• For C, LS, and RS, each time the button
•
is pressed, the mode switches
alternately as follows: SMALL ➝ NONE.
For L and R, the mode is set to SMALL.
SMALL : Select this when using the speakers.
NONE : Select this when no speakers are connected.
Note
• Depending on PRO LOGIC and STEREO settings, the speaker mode may vary (see page 55).
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Setting the Test Tone
ENG
Use the Test Tone feature to check the speaker connections.
1
In Stop or no
disc mode,
press MENU
button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Audio’ and then
press ENTER button.
3
Press Cursor button
to move to ‘TEST
TONE’ and then press
ENTER button.
• The test tone will be sent to L ➝ C ➝
R ➝ RS ➝ LS ➝ SW in order.
If the ENTER button is pressed again
at this time, the test tone will stop.
SETUP
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
Alternate method: press the TEST TONE button on the remote.
Press TEST TONE button.
•
•
Test tone will be produced as follows:
When playing a DVD or CD, this will work
only in Stop mode.
Use this function to check that each speaker is
correctly connected and that there is no problem.
To end the test tone,
press TEST TONE button again.
L: Front Speaker (L)
R: Front Speaker (R)
C: Center Speaker
LS: Rear Speaker (L)
SW: Subwoofer
RS: Rear Speaker (R)
Multi-Channel Pro Logic Mode
Start
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Setting the Delay Time
If the speakers cannot be placed at equal distances from the listening position, you can adjust the delay time of
the audio signals from the center and rear speakers.
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
2
Press Cursor button
to move to ‘Audio’ and
then press ENTER
button.
Setting up the Speaker Delay Time
When 5.1CH Surround Sound is played, you can enjoy the best sound if
the distance between you and each speaker is the same. Since the sounds
arrive at the listening position at different times depending on the
placement of speakers, you can adjust this difference by adding a delay
effect to the sound of the Center Speaker and Surround Speakers.
Note
(Dolby Pro Logic II), the delay time may be different for each mode.
• With
• With AC-3 the delay time can be set between 00 and 15mSEC.
• The Center channel is only adjustable on 5.1 channel discs.
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3
Press Cursor button
to move to ‘DELAY
TIME’ and then press
ENTER button.
4
Press Cursor , ,
, buttons to move
to the desired speaker
and then press
ENTER button.
5
Press Cursor ,
to set the Delay
time.
• You can set the delay time for C
between 00 and 05mSEC and for
LS and RS between 00 and
15mSEC.
SETUP
• Setting CENTER SPEAKER
If the distance of Dc is equal to or longer than the
distance of Df in the figure, set the mode as 0ms.
Otherwise, change the setting according to the table.
Distance between Df and Dc
0 inch
13.6 inches
27.2 inches
40.8 inches
4.5 feet
5.6 feet
Delay Time
0 ms
1 ms
2 ms
3 ms
4 ms
5 ms
• Setting REAR (SURROUND) SPEAKERS
If the distance of Df is equal to the distance of Ds
in the figure, set the mode as 0ms. Otherwise,
change the setting according to the table.
Distance between Df and Ds
0 inch
40.8 inches
6.7 feet
10.0 feet
13.4 feet
16.7 feet
Ideal CENTER
SPEAKER placement
Delay Time
0 ms
3 ms
6 ms
9 ms
12 ms
15 ms
Ideal
SURROUND
SPEAKER
placement
It is desirable to place all speakers within this circle.
Df: The distance from FRONT SPEAKER
Dc: The distance from CENTER SPEAKER
Ds: The distance from SURROUND SPEAKER
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Setting the Audio
You can adjust the balance and level for each speaker.
Method 1
When adjusting the audio quality using the setup screen
1
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
3
Press Cursor button
to move to ‘SOUND
EDIT’ and then press
ENTER button.
2
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Audio’ and then press
ENTER button.
4
Press Cursor ,
buttons to select and
adjust the desired item.
Press the , buttons
to adjust the settings.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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Method 2
When manually adjusting with the SOUND EDIT button
Adjusting Front Speaker Balance
1
Press SOUND
EDIT button and
then press Cursor
, .
Adjusting Rear Speaker Level
2
Press SOUND
EDIT button and
then press Cursor
, .
Adjusting Center Speaker Level
3
Press SOUND
EDIT button and
then press Cursor
, .
Adjusting Subwoofer Speaker Level
5
Press SOUND
EDIT button and
then press Cursor
, .
SETUP
4
Press SOUND
EDIT button and
then press Cursor
, .
Adjusting Rear Speaker Balance
Note
• The adjustments will appear on the main unit's display, not on your TV screen.
Adjusting Front/Rear Speaker Balance
• You can select between 00 and –06 and OFF.
• The volume decreases as you move closer to –6.
Adjusting Center/Rear/Subwoofer Speaker Level
• The volume level can be adjusted in steps from +6dB to –6dB.
• The sound gets louder as you move closer to +6dB and quieter as you get closer to -6dB.
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Setting the DRC (Dynamic Range Compression)
You can use this function to enjoy Dolby Digital sound when watching movies at low volume at night.
1
3
In Stop mode,
press MENU
button.
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘DRC’ and then
press ENTER
button.
2
4
Press Cursor
button to move to
‘Audio’ and then
press ENTER
button.
Press Cursor
to adjust the
‘DRC’.
,
• When the Cursor
button is pressed,
the effect is greater, and when the
Cursor button is pressed, the effect is
smaller.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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AV SYNC Setup
GB
Video may look slower than the audio if it is connected to a digital TV.
If this occurs, adjust the audio delay time to to match the video.
1
Press the MENU button.
• Setup menu appears.
3
• AV-SYNC screen appears.
2
• 'Audio' menu appears.
4
Press Cursor
, buttons
to select the AV-SYNC Delay
Time and then press the
ENTER button.
• You can set the audio delay time between 0 ms
and 300 ms. Set it to the optimal status.
Press RETURN button to return to the previous level.
Press MENU button to exit the setup screen.
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SETUP
Press Cursor ,
buttons
to move to ‘AV-SYNC’ and
then press ENTER button.
Press Cursor , buttons
to move to ‘Audio’ and then
press ENTER button.
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Dolby Pro Logic II Mode
You can select the desired Dolby Pro Logic II audio mode.
Press
PL II MODE button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the mode changes as follows.
Note
• When selecting Pro Logic II mode, connect your external device to the
AUDIO INPUT jacks (L and R) on the player. If you connect to only one of
the inputs (L or R), you cannot listen to surround sound.
PRO LOGIC II
• MUSIC: When listening to music, you can experience sound effects as if you are listening to the actual performance.
• CINEMA: Adds realism to the movie soundtrack.
• PRO LOGIC: You will experience a realistic multi-channel effect, as if using five speakers, while using just the front left
and right speakers.
• MATRIX: You will hear 5.1 channel surround sound.
STEREO: Select this to listen to sound from the front left and right speakers and the subwoofer only.
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Dolby Pro Logic II Effect
ENG
This function works only in Dolby Pro Logic MUSIC mode.
1
Press
PL II MODE
button to select ‘MUSIC’
mode.
2
Press
PL II EFFECT button
to select Panorama, then press
Cursor , buttons to select
the desired effect setting.
• You can select either 0 or 1.
• This mode extends the front stereo image to
include the surround speakers for an exciting
"wraparound" effect with side wall imaging.
3
Press
PL II EFFECT button
to select C-Width, then press
Cursor , buttons to select
the desired effect setting.
• You can select between 0 and 7.
• This sets the width of the center image.
4
Note
• You can select between 0 and 6.
• Incrementally adjusts the sound field (DSP)from
the front or rear.
SETUP
The higher the setting, the less sound comes from
the center speaker.
Press
PL II EFFECT button
to select Dimension, then press
the Cursor , buttons to
select the desired setting.
• When playing a DVD disc encoded with two or more channels, multi-channel mode will be
selected automatically and
(Dolby Pro Logic II) button does not work.
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Listening to Radio
Remote Control Unit
1
2
Press TUNER
button.
• FM will appear in the display.
Tune in to the
desired station.
Automatic Tuning 1
Automatic Tuning 2
Manual Tuning
When
is pressed, a
preset broadcast station is
selected.
Press and hold TUNING/CH
button to automatically search for
active broadcasting stations.
Briefly press TUNING/CH button
to increase or decrease the
frequency incrementally.
Main Unit
1
Press the Function
button to select the
FM.
2
Select a broadcast
station.
Press the STOP ( )
button to select
PRESET and then press
button to select the preset station.
Automatic Tuning 1
Press the STOP ( ) button
to select "MANUAL" and
then press and hold
button to
automatically search the band.
Automatic Tuning 2
STOP ( ) to select
Manual Tuning Press
MANUAL and then briefly
press
to tune in to a lower or
higher frequency.
Press MO/ST button to listen in Mono/Stereo.
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• Each time the button is pressed, the sound switches between "STEREO" and "MONO".
• In a poor reception area, select MONO for a clear, interference-free broadcast.
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Presetting Stations
ENG
You can store up to:
15 FM stations
• FM
Frequency Modulation
Example: Presetting FM 89.1 in the memory
1
Press the TUNER
button.
2
Press TUNING/CH
to select "89.10".
• Refer to Step 2 on page 57 to
3
Press the TUNER
MEMORY button.
• “01” flashes in the display.
automatically or manually tune in
to a station.
Press
to select preset
number.
4
5
Press the TUNER
MEMORY button
again.
6
To preset another
station, repeat
steps 2 to 5.
• You can select between 1 and
15.
RADIO OPERATION
Note
• If you save more than 15 stations, the oldest station previously saved is removed
and a new station is stored in its place.
To tune in to a preset station, press
remote control to select a channel.
on the
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Convenient Functions
Sleep Timer Function
You can set the time that the Home Theater will shut itself off.
Press SLEEP button.
• "SLEEP" will be displayed. Each time the button is pressed, the preset
time changes as follows: 10 ➝ 20 ➝ 30 ➝ 60 ➝ 90 ➝ 120 ➝ 150 ➝ OFF.
To confirm the sleep timer setting, press SLEEP button.
•The remaining time before the Home Theater will shut itself off is displayed.
•Pressing the button again changes the sleep time from what you have set earlier.
To cancel the sleep timer, press SLEEP button until
OFF appears on the display.
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Adjusting Display Brightness
You can adjust the brightness of the display on the main unit so it won't interfere
with your movie viewing.
Press DIMMER button.
• Each time the button is pressed, the brightness changes as follows:
DARK ➞ BRIGHT.
Mute Function
This is useful when answering a doorbell or telephone call.
Press MUTE button.
• ‘MUTE’ flash in the display.
• To switch the sound back on (at the same volume as before),
press MUTE again or the VOLUME buttons.
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Operating a TV with the Remote Control
When operating a TV with the remote control
1
Press the MODE button to make the TV
indicator on the remote control flash.
TV
DVD RECEIVER
2
Press POWER button to turn on the TV.
3
Point the remote control toward the TV.
4
While holding down POWER, enter the code
corresponding to your brand of TV.
• If the code matches the TV's code, the TV will be turned off.
• If there is more than one code listed for your TV in the table,
enter one at a time to determine which code works.
Example: For a Samsung TV
While holding down POWER, use the number buttons to enter 00,
01, 02, 03, 04, and 05.
5
Point the remote control toward the TV and
press POWER. If the TV turns off or on,
the setting is complete.
• You can use the TV POWER, VOLUME, CHANNEL, and Numeric
buttons (0~9).
Note
• The remote control may not work on some brands of TVs.
Also, depending on your brand of TV, some operations may not be possible.
• If you do not set the remote control with the code for your brand of TV, the remote control will
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ENG
TV Brand Code List
No.
Brand
Code
No.
Brand
Code
1
SAMSUNG
00(Initial Value), 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 73
30
BRANDT
41
2
ANAM
06~11, 59
31
FERGUSON
41
3
DAEWOO
12~18, 20, 21
32
PIONEER
41, 48, 74
4
LG
05, 20, 21, 22, 53
33
TELEAVA
41
5
HITACHI
23, 40, 41, 49
34
FINLUX
05, 42, 47
6
JVC
24, 55
35
FISHER
31
7
SHARP
27, 33, 34, 35, 54
36
AKAI
31
SONY
27, 36
37
YOKO
05
9
TOSHIBA
27, 37, 42, 43, 44, 46
38
PHONOLA
05, 45, 47
10
SANYO
27, 30, 31, 32
39
RADIOLA
05, 45
11
MITSUBISHI
05, 27, 28
40
SCHNEIDER
05
12
MATSUSHITA
09, 26
41
NEWSAN
58
13
TELEFUNKEN
41, 49, 51, 57
42
CONTINENTAL EDISON
49
14
RCA
29, 61
43
SALORA
48
15
PANASONIC
07, 09, 26, 48, 49, 50
44
SELECO
48
16
SABA
40, 41, 47, 48, 49
45
NOKIA
48
17
PHILIPS
05, 45, 47, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69
46
REX
48
18
GRUNDIG
39, 42, 46, 70, 71, 72
47
MIVAR
46
19
ZENITH
38
48
IMPERIAL
46
20
MIVAL
52
49
CGE
46
21
NOBLEX
56
50
BANG & OLUFSEN
47
22
EMERSON
19
51
BRIONVEGA
47
23
MAGNAVOX
25
52
FORMENTI
47
24
LOEWE
05, 60
53
METZ
47
25
THOMSON
40, 41, 49, 62, 63
54
WEGA
47
26
NORDMENDE
40, 41, 49
55
RADIOMARELLI
47
27
LOEWE OPTA
36, 47, 05
56
SINGER
47
28
BLAUPUNKT
39
57
SINUDYNE
47
29
SIEMENS
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Before Calling for Service
Refer to the chart below when this unit does not function properly. If the problem you are experiencing is not listed below or
if the instruction below does not help, turn off the unit, disconnect the power cord, and contact the nearest authorized dealer
or Samsung Electronics Service Center.
Symptom
Disc tray does not open.
Playback does not start.
Check/Remedy
• Is the power cord plugged securely into the outlet?
• Turn off the power and then turn it back on.
• Check the region number of the DVD.
DVD discs purchased from abroad may not be playable.
• CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs cannot be played on this Home
•
Playback does not start
immediately when the
Play/Pause button is
Sound is not produced.
Theater.
Make sure that the rating level is correct.
• Are you using a deformed disc or a disc with scratches on
the surface?
• Wipe the disc clean.
• No sound is heard during fast playback, slow playback, and step
motion playback.
• Are the speakers connected properly? Is the speaker setup
correctly customized?
• Is the disc severely damaged?
Sound can be heard only
from a few speakers and
not all six.
Picture does not appear, sound
is not produced, or the disc
tray opens 2 to 5 seconds later.
Dolby Digital 5.1 CH
Surround Sound is not
produced.
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• When listening to a CD or radio, sound is output to the front
•
•
speakers (L/R) only. Select "PRO LOGIC II" by pressing
(Dolby Pro Logic II) on the remote control to use all six speakers.
Make sure that the DVD disc is 5.1-CH compatible.
If you set C, SL, and SR to NONE in the speaker mode in the
audio setup of the setup screen, no sound is heard from the
center speaker and the front left and right speakers. Set C, SL,
and SR to SMALL.
• Was the Home Theater suddenly moved from a cold place to a
warm one? When condensation forms inside the player, remove the
disc and let the player stand for 1 or 2 hours with the power on.
(You can use the player again after condensation disappears.)
• Is there "Dolby Digital 5.1 CH" mark on the disc? Dolby Digital 5.1
•
CH Surround Sound is produced only if the disc is recorded with
5.1 channel sound.
Is the audio language correctly set to DOLBY DIGITAL 5.1-CH in
the information display?
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Symptom
• Disc is rotating but no
picture is produced.
• Picture quality is poor and
picture is shaking.
Check/Remedy
• Is the TV power on?
• Are the video cables connected properly?
• Is the disc dirty or damaged?
• A poorly manufactured disc may not be playable.
The remote control does not • Is the remote control being operated within its operation range of
angle and distance?
work.
• Are the batteries exhausted?
Audio language and
subtitles do not work.
• Audio language and subtitles will not work for DVDs not containing
Menu screen does not appear even
when the menu function is selected.
• Are you using a disc that does not contain menus?
them. And depending on the disc, they may work differently.
Aspect ratio cannot be
changed.
• You can play 16:9 DVDs in 16:9 WIDE mode, 4:3 LETTER BOX
Can't receive radio
broadcast.
• The main unit is not working.
• Is the antenna connected properly?
• If the antenna's input signal is weak, install an external FM
(Example: The power goes out or
strange noise is heard.)
• The Home Theater is not
working normally.
mode, or 4:3 PAN SCAN mode, but 4:3 DVDs can be seen in 4:3
ratio only. Refer to the DVD disc jacket and then select the
appropriate function.
antenna in an area with good reception.
• Turn off the power and hold the
button on the main unit for
longer than 5 seconds.
Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings.
Do not use this unless necessary.
• While “NO DISC” message appears on the display of main unit, hold
the main unit's
button for longer than 5 seconds. “RESET” appears
on the display and all settings will return to the default values.
• Press the POWER button.
Using the RESET function will erase all stored settings.
Do not use this unless necessary.
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The password for rating
level has been forgotten.
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Cautions on Handling and Storing Discs
Small scratches on the disc may reduce sound and picture quality or cause skipping.
Be especially careful not to scratch discs when handling them.
Handling discs
Do not touch the playback side of the disc. Hold
the disc by the edges so that fingerprints will not
get on the surface.
Do not stick paper or tape on the disc.
Disc Storage
Keep in a cool
ventilated area
Do not keep in
direct sunlight
Caution
Keep in a clean
Protection jacket.
Store vertically.
• Do not allow the discs to become contaminated with dirt.
• Do not load cracked or scratched discs.
Handling and Storing Discs
When you get fingerprints or dirt on the disc, clean it
with a mild detergent diluted in water and wipe with a
soft cloth.
• When cleaning, wipe gently from the inside to the outside of the disc.
Note
• Condensation may form if warm air comes into contact with cold parts
inside the player. When condensation forms inside the player, the player
may not operate correctly. If this occurs, remove the disc and let the
player stand for 1 or 2 hours with the power on.
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Language Code List
ENG
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “Disc Audio”, “Disc Subtitle”
and/or “Disc Menu” (See page 39).
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
1027
Afar
1181
Frisian
1334
Latvian, Lettish
1506
Slovenian
1028
Abkhazian
1183
Irish
1345
Malagasy
1507
Samoan
1032
Afrikaans
1186
Scots Gaelic
1347
Maori
1508
Shona
1039
Amharic
1194
Galician
1349
Macedonian
1509
Somali
1044
Arabic
1196
Guarani
1350
Malayalam
1511
Albanian
1045
Assamese
1203
Gujarati
1352
Mongolian
1512
Serbian
1051
Aymara
1209
Hausa
1353
Moldavian
1513
Siswati
1052
Azerbaijani
1217
Hindi
1356
Marathi
1514
Sesotho
1053
Bashkir
1226
Croatian
1357
Malay
1515
Sundanese
1057
Byelorussian
1229
Hungarian
1358
Maltese
1516
Swedish
1059
Bulgarian
1233
Armenian
1363
Burmese
1517
Swahili
1060
Bihari
1235
Interlingua
1365
Nauru
1521
Tamil
1069
Bislama
1239
Interlingue
1369
Nepali
1525
Tegulu
1066
Bengali; Bangla
1245
Inupiak
1376
Dutch
1527
Tajik
1067
Tibetan
1248
Indonesian
1379
Norwegian
1528
Thai
1070
Breton
1253
Icelandic
1393
Occitan
1529
Tigrinya
1079
Catalan
1254
Italian
1403
(Afan) Oromo
1531
Turkmen
1093
Corsican
1257
Hebrew
1408
Oriya
1532
Tagalog
1097
Czech
1261
Japanese
1417
Punjabi
1534
Setswana
1103
Welsh
1269
Yiddish
1428
Polish
1535
Tonga
1105
Danish
1283
Javanese
1435
Pashto, Pushto
1538
Turkish
1109
German
1287
Georgian
1436
Portuguese
1539
Tsonga
1130
Bhutani
1297
Kazakh
1463
Quechua
1540
Tatar
1142
Greek
1298
Greenlandic
1481
Rhaeto-Romance
1543
Twi
1144
English
1299
Cambodian
1482
Kirundi
1557
Ukrainian
1145
Esperanto
1300
Kannada
1483
Romanian
1564
Urdu
Spanish
1301
Korean
1489
Russian
1572
Uzbek
1150
Estonian
1305
Kashmiri
1491
Kinyarwanda
1581
Vietnamese
1151
Basque
1307
Kurdish
1495
Sanskrit
1587
Volapuk
1157
Persian
1311
Kirghiz
1498
Sindhi
1613
Wolof
1165
Finnish
1313
Latin
1501
Sangro
1632
Xhosa
1166
Fiji
1326
Lingala
1502
Serbo-Croatian
1665
Yoruba
1171
Faeroese
1327
Laothian
1503
Singhalese
1684
Chinese
1174
French
1332
Lithuanian
1505
Slovak
1697
Zulu
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Specifications
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
Power Consumption
85W
Weight
11Ibs
Dimensions (W x H x D)
16.9 x 3.0 x 16.9 inches
Operating Temperature Range
41°F ~ 95°F
Operating Humidity Range
10% ~ 75%
T
U
F
N
M E
R
Usable Sensitivity
10dB
S/N Ratio
60dB
Distortion
0.5%
O
U
T
P
U
T
Composite Video
1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
V
I
D
E
O
A
M
P
L
I
F
I
E
R
Y:1.0Vp-p(75Ω load)
Component Video
Pb:0.70Vp-p(75Ω load)
Front speaker output
100W x 2(4Ω)
Center speaker output
100W(4Ω)
Rear speaker output
100W x 2(4Ω)
Subwoofer speaker output
100W(4Ω)
Frequency range
20Hz~20KHz
S/N Ratio
75dB
Channel separation
50dB
Input sensitivity
(AUX)400mV
Speaker system
S
P
E
A
K
E
R
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Pr:0.70Vp-p(75Ω load)
5.1ch speaker system
Front/Center/Rear speaker
Subwoofer speaker
Impedance
4Ω x 5
4Ω
Frequency range
145Hz~20KHz
35Hz~140Hz
Output sound pressure level
85dB/W/M
85dB/W/M
Rated input
100W
100W
Maximum input
200W
200W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
3.86 x 3.86 x 3.94 inches
5.71 x 12.6 x 13.39 inches
Weights
1.1 lbs
7.9 lbs
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SAMSUNG Home Theater
ENG
LIMITED WARRANTY TO ORIGINAL PURCHASER
This SAMSUNG brand product, as supplied and distributed by Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (SAMSUNG) and delivered new, in the original
carton to the original consumer purchaser, is warranted by SAMSUNG against manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship for a limited
warranty period of:
One (1) Year Parts and Labor*
(*90 Days Parts and Labor for Commercial Use)
This limited warranty begins on the original date of purchase, and is valid only on products purchased and used in the United States. To receive
warranty service, the purchaser must contact SAMSUNG for problem determination and service procedures. Warranty service can only be
performed by a SAMSUNG authorized service center. The original dated bill of sale must be presented upon request as proof of purchase to
SAMSUNG or SAMSUNG's authorized service center. Transportation of the product to and from the service center is the responsibility of the
purchaser.
SAMSUNG will repair or replace this product, at our option and at no charge as stipulated herein, with new or reconditioned parts or products if
found to be defective during the limited warranty period specified above. All replaced parts and products become the property of SAMSUNG and
must be returned to SAMSUNG. Replacement parts and products assume the remaining original warranty, or ninety (90) days, whichever is
longer.
SAMSUNG’s obligations with respect to software products distributed by SAMSUNG under the SAMSUNG brand name are set forth in the
applicable end user license agreement. Non-SAMSUNG hardware and software products, if provided, are on an “AS IS” basis. Non-SAMSUNG
manufacturers, suppliers, publishers, and service providers may provide their own warranties.
This limited warranty covers manufacturing defects in materials and workmanship encountered in normal, and except to the extent otherwise
expressly provided for in this statement, noncommercial use of this product, and shall not apply to the following, including, but not limited to:
damage which occurs in shipment; delivery and installation; applications and uses for which this product was not intended; altered product or
serial numbers; cosmetic damage or exterior finish; accidents, abuse, neglect, fire, water, lightning or other acts of nature; use of products,
equipment, systems, utilities, services, parts, supplies, accessories, applications, installations, repairs, external wiring or connectors not supplied
and authorized by SAMSUNG, or which damage this product or result in service problems; incorrect electrical line voltage, fluctuations and surges;
customer adjustments and failure to follow operating instructions, cleaning, maintenance and environmental instructions that are covered and
prescribed in the instruction book; product removal or reinstallation; reception problems and distortion related to noise, echo, interference or other
signal transmission and delivery problems. SAMSUNG does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of the product.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES OTHER THAN THOSE LISTED AND DESCRIBED ABOVE, AND NO WARRANTIES WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL APPLY AFTER THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIODS STATED ABOVE, AND NO OTHER EXPRESS
WARRANTY OR GUARANTY GIVEN BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION WITH RESPECT TO THIS PRODUCT SHALL BE BINDING
ON SAMSUNG. SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, FAILURE TO REALIZE SAVINGS OR OTHER
BENEFITS, OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO
USE THIS PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND EVEN IF SAMSUNG HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST SAMSUNG BE GREATER IN
AMOUNT THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PRODUCT SOLD BY SAMSUNG AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT
LIMITING THE FOREGOING, PURCHASER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO PURCHASER AND
PURCHASER’S PROPERTY AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THIS
PRODUCT SOLD BY SAMSUNG NOT CAUSED DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF SAMSUNG. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT
EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS PRODUCT, IS NONTRANSFERABLE AND STATES YOUR
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
To obtain warranty hardware service, please contact SAMSUNG at:
SAMSUNG CUSTOMER CARE CENTER
400 Valley Road, Suite 201, Mt. Arlington, NJ 07856
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864) and www.samsung.com
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Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
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