Philips DVP320B/17B Owner`s manual

Digital Video Disc Player
Owner's Manual
DVP320
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Contents 3
Getting Started
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Playable Discs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Remote Control Setup,
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Hookups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-14
Quick Disc Play
Quick Disc Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
DVD Player Controls
Remote Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Top Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Disc Play and Features
Smart Play,Virtual Remote . .
Title/Disc Menus,
Chapter/Track Selection . . . .
Slow Motion, Searching . . . . .
Still Picture,Time Search . . . .
Zoom/Reduce, Camera Angle
Repeat/Shuffle, Repeat A-B . .
Audio Languages . . . . . . . . . .
Subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disc Menu Language . . . . . . .
Parental Password . . . . . . . . .
Disc Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parental Levels . . . . . . . . . . .
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
JPEG and MP3 Features . . . .
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DVD Player Setup Options
TV Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Smart PictureTM, Picture Setting
TV Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Progressive Scan . . . . . . . . . . .
Analog Output . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Output . . . . . . . . . . . .
LPCM Output . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sound Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3D Sound . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Language . . . . . . . . . . .
Closed Captions . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Saver . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Information You May Need
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Helpful Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50-51
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Language Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . .54-55
Information Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories. “Dolby,” “Pro Logic,” and the double-D symbol
are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
SmartPictureTM is a trademark of Philips Consumer Electronics.
Copyright 2003 Philips Consumer Electronics. All rights reserved.
4 Safety Information
Warning: To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Warning: Any unauthorized changes or
modifications to this equipment void the user’s authority to operate it.
Laser Safety
This unit employs a laser. Only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt
to service this device, due to possible eye injury.
CAUTION: USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION:VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN AND INTERLOCK
DEFEATED. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.THE BEAM IS LOCATED INSIDE, NEAR THE
DECK MECHANISM.
Special Information for Canadian Users
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Radio/TV Interference
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.This equipment generates,
uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
1) Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2) Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
3) Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit other than that to which the receiver is
connected.
4) Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Copyright Protection
Unauthorized copying, broadcasting, public performance and lending of Discs are prohibited.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method
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.
Environmental Information
Your system has materials that can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized
company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials,
exhausted batteries, and old equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
DVP320
Trade Name:
Philips
Responsible Party:
Philips Consumer Electronics
P.O. Box 14810, Knoxville,TN 37914-1810
(865) 521-4316
Safety Information (cont’d) 5
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3.
4.
5.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near
water.
6. Clean only with dry cloth.
7. Do not block any ventilation
openings. Install in accordance
with the manufacturer´s
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
9. Do not defeat
the safety
purpose of the
AC Polarized
polarized or
Plug
grounding-type
plug. A polarized
plug has two blades with one wider
than the other.A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third
grounding prong.The wide blade or
the third prong are provided for
your safety. If the provided plug
does not fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement
of the obsolete outlet.
10.Protect the power cord from
being walked on or pinched, particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit
from the apparatus.
11.Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12.Use only with the cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or
table specified by the manufacturer or sold with the apparatus.When a cart is used, use caution
when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from
tip-over.
13.Unplug this apparatus during
lightning storms or when unused
for long periods of time.
14.Refer all servicing to qualified
service personnel. Servicing is
required when the apparatus has
been damaged in any way, such as
power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed
to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped.
15.Battery usage CAUTION – To
prevent battery leakage which may
result in bodily injury, property
damage, or damage to the unit:
Install all batteries correctly, + and
- as marked on the unit.
Do not mix batteries (old and new
or carbon and alkaline, etc.).
Remove batteries when the unit is
not used for a long time.
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6 Introduction
Welcome!
This Digital Video Disc Player enables you to use the endless features on Digital
Video Discs (DVDs).The possibilities are limited only by your choices and the materials on the DVD.To get the most from this Player, read this manual carefully. It
describes how you can access these features.
Features
● Closed Captions
● Disc Lock
● Language options
● Paused/Fast/Slow/Frame-by-
Frame/Zoomed/Reduced play
for Audio, Subtitles,
and Disc Menus
and JPEG file play with menu
Navigator
● Parental controls
● MP3
● Progressive Scan
● Repeat and Repeat A-B
● Screen Saver
● Smart Play
● Virtual Remote
Play
Package Contents
● DVD Player
● Remote control with lithium battery
● One set of audio cables (white/red)
● One video cable (yellow)
● AC power cord
● This Owner’s manual
● Quick-Use Guide
● Registration materials
Safety Information
● Do not expose the system to excessive moisture, rain, sand, heat, or humidity.
● Place the Player on a firm, flat surface.
● Keep the Player away from domestic heating equipment and direct sunlight.
● Allow about one inch of space around the Player for ventilation. Leave room above
the Player for the Disc compartment lid to open completely.
the Player is brought from a cold to warm location, or is placed in a very damp
room, moisture may condense on the lens inside the Player. If this occurs, the
Player will not operate normally. Leave the power on for about one hour with no
Disc in the Player until normal play is possible.
● The mechanical parts of the Player contain self-lubricating bearings and must not
be oiled or lubricated.
● When the Player is off, it is still consuming some power.To disconnect the Player
from power completely, disconnect the power cord.
● Always close the Disc compartment lid on top of the Player to keep dust off the
lens (which is inside the Disc compartment).
● Do not touch the lens inside the Player’s Disc compartment.A damaged lens could
hinder Disc playability. Electrostatic discharge could damage the unit permanently.
● When you open the Disc compartment lid, the Disc will continue to spin for a few
seconds. Do not allow children to remove the Disc.Wait for the Disc to stop spinning completely before you reach to remove the Disc or touch the Disc.
● If
Cleaning Discs
● Clean
a Disc or the Player’s Disc compartment with a soft dry
cloth. Do not use a solution containing alcohol, ammonia or abrasives.Wipe a Disc from the center to the edge in a straight line. Do
not wipe a Disc in a circular pattern.
● Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available
cleaners, or anti-static spray intended for analog discs.
Playable Discs 7
Playable Discs
This DVD Player will play the following types of Discs.
DVD (Digital Video Disc)
DVD+R and DVD+RW
(DVD+Recordable and
DVD+Rewritable)
Audio CD (Compact Disc
Finalize these Discs when you
Digital Audio)
record them. Otherwise, you
cannot play them on this
Player.
CD-R and CD-RW
(CD-Recordable and
Video CD
Recordable
CD-Rewritable)
Finalize CD-Rs when you
record them. Otherwise, you
Super Video CD
ReWritable
cannot play them on this
Player.
Region Codes and Color Systems
DVDs must meet the requirements for Region Codes and Color Systems before
you can use them with this Player. DVDs must be labeled for ALL regions or
for Region 1 in order to play on this Player.You cannot play Discs that are
labeled for other regions.These symbols must appear on your DVDs, or you cannot play them in this Player.
ALL
1
The number inside the globe refers to a region of the world. Region 1 represents
the United States, Canada, upper regions of North America, Bermuda, the U.S.
Virgin Islands, and small regions near Australia.
Furthermore, recordings are made according to different color systems 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 is compatible with NTSC and PAL. Make sure the Discs you
play were recorded in NTSC or PAL and your TV is NTSC or PAL compatible.
You must set the Player’s TV TYPE to match your TV and your DVDs. See page
38. The color system of the DVD may appear on the DVD or its case.
DVD Player Upgrades
If a DVD does not play properly, contact Philips at 1-800-531-0039 for assistance.
Due to the inconsistency of Disc formats provided by various Disc manufacturers, this Player may require a playability enhancement. As DVD technology has
advanced, these enhancements have become both common and easy to complete.
Available Disc Features...
Features in this manual may not be available on every Disc. If the feature is not
available, you cannot use the Player to make it available.The will appear on the
TV screen if you try a feature that is not available. Some features are only available during play, while others can be accessed only when play is stopped. Stop or
start play, then try the feature again.
8 Remote Control Setup, General Information
Remote Control Setup
you purchase this Player, a thin piece of plas1When
tic is in the battery compartment of the remote
control.This keeps the lithium battery fresh.You
must remove the plastic before the remote will
work.To do so, simply pull the plastic out.
DC - - - 3V CR2025
LITHIUM BATTERY
1
Battery Replacement
3
DC - - - 3V CR2025
LITHIUM BATTERY
1-2
CR
2025
+
3V
+
DC - - - 3V CR2025
LITHIUM BATTERY
BATTERY CAUTION: Risk of fire, explosion, and burns.
Do not recharge, disassemble, heat above 100˚C, or incinerate.The lithium battery may present a fire or chemical burn
hazard if mistreated.
Promptly dispose of used batteries. Do not dispose of the
battery in a fire. Keep the battery away from children.
CR
+
Using the Remote Control
When using the remote to operate the Player, aim the
remote at the IR (Infrared) sensor on the top/front of
the Player (not at the TV). See page 17.
DVD Disc Menus...
Some explanations in this manual describe the DVD
Disc Menus, which vary among DVDs. Movie producers
set these menus; not all DVDs have menus. If the DVD
has a menu, access it by pressing DISC MENU on the
remote. See page 19.
DVD Player Menus...
Some instructions explain how to use the DVD Player’s
Setup menu to set features of the Player or the Disc.
You get to the Setup Menu by pressing SYSTEM MENU
on the remote. Even if a feature is set in the Player’s
menu, it will not be available if the current Disc does
not include that feature.
2025
+
3V
CR2025
1
2
CR2025
A lithium battery is supplied with the remote control.
You may need to replace it eventually.
Use your fingernail or a pointed, non-metallic object
to release the battery tray. Slowly pull the tray out
of the remote.
Remove the old battery. Replace it with a CR2025
lithium battery only. Using another battery may
present a risk of fire or explosion. Make sure the
“+” on the battery faces up when it is in the tray.
Slowly slide the tray into the remote until you hear
it click into place.
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Hookups 9
Determining the best possible connection...
Your existing equipment, especially your TV, determines your hookup possibilities.These guidelines describe which options give the best picture and sound.
Component Video (red/green/blue jacks) provides the best picture
quality. See page 12. If your TV accepts Progressive Scan through the
Component Video connection, set PROGRESSIVE to ON at the Player.
See page 39.
Composite Video (a yellow Video jack) provides good picture quality.
See page 11.
Your TV may have only an RF-style jack, usually labeled
Antenna In or 75 ohm or RF In.You will need an RF modulator in order to view the DVD Player at your TV. See page 10.
Digital
audio has the clearest sound, but you must have a digital Stereo.
Connect the Player’s COAXIAL Out jack to your Stereo. See page 14.
For Stereo sound, connect the Player’s white/red left/right AUDIO Out
jacks to Audio In jacks on your Stereo,TV, or RF modulator. See pages
10-13.
Before you begin...
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Refer to the manuals of your TV, Stereo, or RF modulator. Note the style of
jacks and connectors on the other equipment. Determine how to choose
different Audio and Video In channels/sources 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 equipment to
power only after hooking up everything. Never make or change connections with equipment connected to power.
Remember...
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Connect the Player directly to a TV. For example, do not connect the
Player to a VCR, then connect the VCR to a TV.This may distort the picture and sound.Your VCR may have a copy protection system that could
distort the DVD image or prevent Disc play.
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 are often near channel zero (0). See your
TV manual for details. Go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and
change TV channels down until you see the DVD screen on the TV. Or,
your TV’s remote may have a button or switch that selects Video In channels. Check your TV manual for details.
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 Player’s AUDIO Out jacks to a Stereo’s PHONO IN
jack.
You need one audio and one video connection between the Player and
your TV and/or Stereo.You will not use all the jacks on the Player.
Once you determine the best option, find your choice on pages 10-14.
Follow the steps for the hookup you choose.
10 Hookups (cont’d)
Connecting to a TV Only
TV has only a single Antenna In or RF In jack
4
Back of TV
(example only)
3
Back of RF Modulator
(example only)
ANT IN
TO TV
AUDIO
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IN
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VIDEO
IN
ANTENNA IN
RF IN
CH3 CH4
5
Antenna or
Cable TV Signal
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MAINS
120V ~ 60HZ
6
1
Make sure you have an RF modulator and RF coaxial cables (not supplied).
Connect the supplied video cable (yellow) to the Player’s yellow
1 VIDEO
Out jack and to the VIDEO IN jack on the RF modulator.
The VIDEO IN jack on the RF modulator may be yellow and may be labelled
2
3
4
5
VIDEO, CVBS, COMPOSITE, or BASEBAND.
Connect the supplied audio cable (white/red) to the Player’s
left/right AUDIO Out jacks and to the AUDIO IN jacks on the RF
modulator.
Audio jacks are white/red (left/right). Match cable colors to jack colors.
If you already have an Antenna/Cable TV signal connected to the ANTENNA
IN jack on your TV, disconnect it from the TV. Reconnect it to the
ANTENNA IN jack on your RF modulator.
Connect an RF coaxial cable (not supplied) to the RF OUT, ANTENNA OUT, or TO TV jack on the RF modulator. The RF OUT jack may
be labelled differently. Check your RF modulator’s manual. Connect the
other end of the same RF coaxial cable to the ANTENNA IN or RF
IN jack on your TV.
Your RF Modulator has a Channel 3/4 switch, which determines the TV channel on which you will watch materials playing on the DVD Player.
Set the Channel 3/4 switch to 3 or 4, whichever TV channel is least
used in your area. If your RF modulator has a Modulator/Antenna switch,
set it accordingly. Check your RF modulator’s manual.
Connect the supplied power cord to the MAINS (AC Power) jack on
the rear of the DVD Player.
Connect the power cords of all the equipment to a power outlet.
6
7
on your TV and choose channel 3 or 4. Choose the same channel
8 Turn
to which you set the RF Modulator’s Channel 3/4 switch.
on the DVD Player by pressing POWER. You should see the
9 Turn
Player’s blue DVD screen on the TV (if no Disc is in the Player).
Hookups (cont’d) 11
Connecting to a TV Only
TV has a yellow Video In jack
Back of TV
(example only)
LEFT AUDIO IN
RIGHT AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
LEFT AUDIO IN
RIGHT AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
L
2
R
A
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COAXIAL O
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
V
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MAINS
120V ~ 60HZ
3
1
the Player’s yellow VIDEO Out
1 Connect
jack to the VIDEO IN jack on your TV. Use
the supplied video cable, which has yellow mark-
2
3
4
5
ings.
Connect the supplied audio cable to the
Player’s white/red AUDIO Out (left/right)
jacks and to the left/right AUDIO IN jacks
on the TV. The supplied audio cables have red
and white markings. Match the cable colors to
the jack colors.
Connect the supplied power cord to the
MAINS (AC Power) jack on the rear of
the DVD Player.
Plug the power cords of the Player and
the TV into an active power outlet. Press
POWER on the Player to turn it on.
Turn on the TV. Set it to the correct Video
In channel. See your TV’s manual for details.
Or, go to your lowest TV channel (01 or 02) and
change channels downward until you see the
blue DVD screen on the TV.
Helpful Hints
• On the TV, the Video In
jack is usually yellow
and might be labeled
video, CVBS, composite,
or baseband.
• If your TV has a single
Audio In jack instead of
separate left/right Audio
In jacks, you will need a
different audio cable.
You need a “splitter”
audio cable to go from
the left/right AUDIO
Out jacks of the DVD
Player to the single
Audio In jack on your
TV. See your electronics
retailer for details.
12 Hookups (cont’d)
Connecting to a TV Only
TV has Component Video In Jacks (red, green, and blue)
Back of TV
(example only)
LEFT
AUDIO IN
Pr/Cr
RIGHT
AUDIO IN
Pb/Cb
Y
LEFT
AUDIO IN
Pr/Cr
RIGHT
AUDIO IN
Pb/Cb
Y
L
R
A
U
D
I
COAXIAL O
VIDEO
Y
Pb
Pr
V
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3
MAINS
120V ~ 60HZ
2
1
Connect the Player’s Y Pb Pr VIDEO Out
1 jacks
to the COMPONENT VIDEO IN
jacks on the TV. Use component video cables
2
3
4
5
6
(not supplied).The Component Video jacks are
red, green, and blue.
Your TV may have Component Video In jacks that
are specifically labelled Progressive Scan. If you use
these instead, set PROGRESSIVE to ON at the
Player. (See step 6.)
Connect the Player’s white/red left/right
AUDIO Out jacks to the TV’s left/right
AUDIO IN jacks. Use the supplied audio cables
(white/red). Match cable colors to jack colors.
Connect the supplied power cord to the
MAINS (AC Power) jack on the rear of the
DVD Player.
Plug the power cords of the Player and the
TV into an active power outlet. Press
POWER on the Player to turn it on.
Turn on the TV. Set it to the correct
Component Video In channel. See your TV
owner’s manual for details. Or, go to your lowest
TV channel (01 or 02) and change channels down
until you see the DVD screen on the TV.
If your TV has Progressive Scan, set PROGRESSIVE to ON at the DVD Player. See
page 39. Select Progressive Scan at your TV also if
necessary. See your TV manual for details.
Helpful Hint
• The TV’s Component
Video In jacks may be
labeled YUV or Pr/Cr
Pb/Cb Y and may be
green, blue, and red.
Hookups (cont’d) 13
Connecting to a TV and a two-channel Stereo
(Stereo has Dolby Pro Logic or left/right Audio In jacks)
Stereo
(example only)
Back of TV
(example only)
VIDEO IN
RIGHT AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
LEFT AUDIO IN
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the supplied video cable to the
1 Connect
Player’s yellow VIDEO Out jack and to the
TV’s VIDEO IN jack. The supplied video
2
3
4
5
6
cable has yellow markings.
Connect the supplied audio cable to the
white/red left/right AUDIO Out
(left/right) jacks on the Player and to the
left/right AUDIO IN jacks on the Stereo.
The supplied audio cables have red and white
markings. Match cable colors to jack colors.
Connect the supplied power cord to the
MAINS (AC Power) jack on the rear of
the Player.
Plug the power cords of the Player, Stereo,
and TV into an active power outlet. Press
POWER on the front of the Player to turn
it on.
Turn on the Stereo and set it to the correct Audio In channel or sound source.
Refer to your Stereo’s manual for details.
Turn on the TV. Set it to the correct Video
In channel. See your TV owner’s manual for
details. Or, go to your lowest TV channel (01 or
02) and change channels down until you see the
blue DVD screen on the TV.
Helpful Hint
• To use the Y Pb Pr jacks
for the video connection
instead, see page 12.
14 Hookups (cont’d)
Connecting to a TV and a Stereo
(Stereo has Dolby DigitalTM or MPEG2)
Stereo
(example only)
Back of TV
(example only)
VIDEO IN
COAXIAL
DIGITAL
AUDIO IN
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Connect the Player’s COAXIAL Out jack
1 toAUDIO
the Stereo’s COAXIAL DIGITAL
IN jack. Use a coaxial digital audio
2
3
4
5
6
cable (not supplied). See your electronics retailer for details and availability.
Connect the supplied video cable to the
Player’s yellow VIDEO Out jack and to the
TV’s VIDEO IN jack. The supplied video cable
has yellow markings.
Connect the supplied power cord to the
MAINS (AC Power) jack on the rear of
the Player.
Plug the power cords of the Player, Stereo,
and TV into an active power outlet. Press
POWER to turn on the Player.
Turn on the Stereo and set it to the correct Audio In channel or sound source.
Refer to the Stereo owner’s manual for details.
Turn on the TV. Set it to the correct Video
In channel. See your TV owner’s manual for
details. Or, go to your lowest TV channel (01 or
02) and change channels down until you see the
blue DVD screen on the TV.
Helpful Hints
• Set DIGITAL OUTPUT
correctly. See page 41.
• The Stereo must support MPEG2 or Dolby
DigitalTM. Check the
Stereo’s manual to be
sure.
• To use the Y Pb Pr jacks
for the video connection
instead, see page 12.
Quick Disc Play 15
POWER to turn on the DVD Player.
1 Press
Turn on your TV. Set it to the correct
Video In channel. You should see the blue
DVD screen on the TV.
OPEN/CLOSE to release the Disc
2 Press
compartment lid on top of the Player. Place the
Disc on the Disc hub, with the Disc label facing up. If the Disc is two-sided, make sure the
label of the side you want to play is facing up.
Press the lid down firmly to close it. You
will hear it click closed.
2
1
may start automatically. If not:
3 Play
• If you are playing a DVD, a Disc menu may
appear. Press 341 2 to select an item, then
press OK. Or, follow the instructions in the
DVD Disc menu to start play. See page 19.
• To play an Audio CD, press PLAY.
• If a Video CD has Playback Control, press
DISC MENU to access its menu while play is
stopped. Or, press RETURN/TITLE to see the
menu during play. Press the Previous 4,
Next ¢, 3, 4, 1, 2, or Number buttons to
select an item, then press OK. Follow the
instructions of the Video CD. Not all Video CDs
have Playback Control. See the Disc for details.
3
4
stop play at any time, press STOP.
4 ToIfsame
you press STOP once, play will resume at the
point when you play the Disc later.This
Resume feature applies to the last five Discs.
Press PLAY immediately after inserting the Disc
in the Player (while LOADING shows on the
TV). RESUME PLAY will appear on the TV briefly.
If you press STOP twice to stop play, play will
restart at the beginning of the Disc.
Helpful Hints
• If a Disc is locked, enter
your password or unlock
the Disc. See pages 2830.
• DVDs have a region code.
This Player will play only
DVDs of Region 1 or ALL.
See page seven.
• If there is no activity at
the Player or its remote
for 15 minutes, the Player
will go into low-power
Standby mode. Press
POWER on the Player or
PLAY on the remote to
turn it on again.
16 Remote Control
Number Buttons
Press to select numbered
menu items. Use to play a
Chapter/Title/Track.
See page 19.
RETURN/TITLE
Button
Press to go to a previous
Disc menu or to access a
DVD’s Title menu.These
options are not available
with all Discs.
DISC MENU Button
Press during play to
access a DVD’s menu.
See page 19.
341 2 Buttons
Press to select items in a
menu. Use 1/2 for
searching. See page 21.
Use 3/4 for slow motion
DVD play. See page 21.
Previous 4 Button
Press to go to previous
Chapters/Tracks.
See page 19.
STOP Button
Press to stop Disc play.
SUBTITLE Button
Press to select a DVD
subtitle language.
See page 26.
REPEAT Button
Press to play a Chapter,
Title,Track, or Disc
repeatedly. See page 24.
ANGLE Button
Press to select a DVD
camera angle. See page 23.
REPEAT A-B Button
Press to set up Repeat AB play, in which a certain
segment of the Disc plays
repeatedly. See page 24.
PLAY Button
Press to play a Disc.
OK Button
Press to approve a menu
selection.
DISPLAY Button
Press during play to see
disc information on the
TV. See pages 19 and 22.
POWER Button
Press to turn on the
Player from Standby
mode. Press to put the
Player in Standby mode.
SYSTEM MENU
Button
Press to access or remove
the Player’s Setup Menu.
Next ¢ Button
Press to skip to the next
Chapter/Track.
See page 19.
PAUSE 8 Button
Press to pause play or to
advance a picture one
frame at a time.
See page 22.
AUDIO Button
Press to select a DVD
audio language or to
choose an audio
channel.See page 25.
MUTE Button
Press to silence or restor
the volume.Aim the
remote at the DVD
Player, not the TV. MUTE
or MUTE OFF will appear
briefly on the TV screen.
ZOOM Button
Press to reduce/enlarge
the picture. See page 23.
PREVIEW Button
Press to enter a Preview
menu (Video CD). See
page 32. Press to play the
first 10 seconds of each
Audio CD Track. See page
19.
Top/Front Panel 17
Disc Compartment
Insert a Disc here. Load the
Disc 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.
OPEN/CLOSE
Press to release the Disc compartment lid.
POWER Button
Press to turn the Player on or off.
IR (Infrared) Remote sensor
This sensor receives commands from the
Player’s remote control. Point the remote
here (not toward your TV).
STANDBY and ON lights
The STANDBY light will appear when the Player is in powersaving Standby mode.You cannot use the Player, so it appears
to be “off.” When the Player is in Standby mode, you can
turn on the Player using POWER or PLAY on the remote.
The On light will appear when the Player’s power is On and
the Player is ready for use. It also appears during Disc play. It
flashes while the power is turning on.
The On light also blinks every time the Player receives a
command from the remote (every time you press an active
button).
PLAY/PAUSE button
Press to play a Disc. Press to pause play; press again to
resume play.
STOP button
Press once to stop Disc play. Play will resume from the same
point the next time you start play. See page 15.
Or, press STOP twice to stop Disc play. Play will resume from
the beginning of the Disc the next time you start play.
18 Rear Panel
AUDIO Out (left/right) (white/red) jacks
Connect the supplied audio cables (white and
red) here and to the AUDIO IN jacks on your
TV, Stereo, or RF Modulator. See pages 10-13.
COAXIAL Out jack
Connect a digital audio coaxial cable (not supplied) here and to the Digital Audio Coaxial In
jack of a Stereo. See page 14.
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VIDEO Out (yellow) jack
Connect the supplied video cable
(yellow) here and to the TV’s Video In
jack. See page 11.
Or, connect this jack to an RF modulator
(not supplied) if your TV does not have a
Video In jack. See page 10.
Y Pb Pr (green/blue/red) Out jacks
Connect component video cables (not
supplied) here and to the Component
Video In jacks of a TV. The jacks are
usually green, blue, and red. See page 12.
If your TV has Progressive Scan, use
these jacks and set PROGRESSIVE to
ON for the best picture. See page 39.
MAINS (AC Power) jack
Connect the supplied AC power cord
here and to a standard AC power outlet
after completing all other connections.
Use only the supplied power cord.
Helpful Hints
• You only need one audio
and one video connection
between a TV and the
Player, so you will not use
all the jacks on the Player.
Title/Disc Menus, Chapter/Track Selection 19
Title/Disc menus
DISC MENU during DVD play.
1 Press
The main Disc menu (or Root menu) will
appear. These menus vary among DVDs,
depending on the features on the Disc.
Or, if the current Title has a specific Title
menu, press RETURN/TITLE to access the
Title menu. Title menus are not available on all
Discs.
1
2
341 2 to select items in the menu,
2 Press
then press OK. Continue until you set up all
the features you want or until play begins. If
Chapters or options are numbered, press the
appropriate Number button to select the item.
Some DVDs may not allow you to operate the
Disc menu this way. Follow the instructions on
the Disc.
Chapter/Track Selection
Press Next ¢ during play to go to the
1 next
Track/Chapter.
2
Press Previous 4 to go to the beginning
3
of the current Track/Chapter or to go to
previous Tracks/Chapters.
go directly to any Track/Chapter during
2 Toplay,
press the Number buttons to enter
the Track/Chapter number. Precede singledigit numbers with a zero. For example, for
Track six, press 0,6. Play will start at the beginning of the Track/Chapter you chose.
If you enter an invalid number, the current
Track/Chapter will continue to play. Make sure
the Track/Chapter number you enter is available
on the Disc. Make sure a Chapter is available
within the current Title.
can select a Title or Chapter in the display.
3 You
Press DISPLAY, then press 4 or 3 to
choose TITLE or CHAPTER. Press OK.
Press the Number buttons to enter the
Title or Chapter you want. Precede singledigit numbers with a zero. Play will resume at
the beginning of the item you selected. Press
DISPLAY to remove the display.
1
Helpful Hints
• Press PREVIEW to scan
Audio CD Tracks.The
first 10 seconds of each
Track will play.Then, play
will start at the first
Track.To play a Track
you find during scanning,
press PREVIEW again.
• When DVD play is
stopped, use the
Number buttons to
select a Title to play.
20 Smart Play, Virtual Remote
Smart Play
Some DVDs start play with movie previews, advertisements, or other theatrical trailers.To skip these
and play the main feature, use Smart Play.
Disc play, press and hold the Next
1 During
¢ button for two seconds. SMART PLAY
will appear briefly in the top left corner of the
TV screen. The main Title on the DVD will
begin to play.
If Smart Play is already active or if the main Title
is already playing, the symbol may appear on
the TV when you press and hold Next ¢ for
two seconds.
1
Virtual Remote
Use the hand-held remote control to work a Virtual
Remote that you can see on the TV. This is just
another way to control DVD or Video CD play.
Disc play, press and hold Previous
1 During
4 on the hand-held remote until the
Virtual Remote shows on the TV screen.
The Virtual Remote will disappear after 10 seconds if you do not use it.
2
1
341 2 on the hand-held remote to
2 Press
select an option on the Virtual Remote,
then press OK or PLAY to activate the
option. Refer to the available options below.
Frame-by-Frame
Reverse Slow Motion
Forward Slow Motion
Previous Chapter/Track
Next Chapter/Track
Reverse Search
Pause
Audio Language
Subtitles
Forward Search
Camera Angles
Slow Motion, Searching 21
Slow Motion
DVD or Video CD play, press 4 to
1 During
play the Disc forward at 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, or 1/16
the normal speed.
Press 3 to play a DVD backward at 1/2, 1/4,
1/8, or 1/16 the normal speed. Slow reverse is
not possible on Video CDs.
The sound will be mute during slow motion
play.
2 To return to normal play, press PLAY.
1
2
Searching
fast forward a DVD or Video CD, press
1 To2times
repeatedly to select two, four, eight, 16, or 32
the normal speed. Sound will be mute.
Or, press 1 repeatedly to play the DVD or
Video CD backward at two, four, eight, 16, or
32 times the normal speed. The sound will be
mute.
To fast forward an Audio CD at two, four,
eight, 16, or 32 times the normal speed, press 2
repeatedly during play. Sound will be intermittent.
To fast reverse an Audio CD at two, four,
eight, 16, or 32 times the normal speed, press 1
repeatedly. Sound will be intermittent.
2 To return to normal play, press PLAY.
1
2
22 Still Picture, Time Search
Still Picture
Press PAUSE 8 on the remote to pause a
1 DVD
or Video CD picture.
Press PAUSE 8 repeatedly to advance the
2 still
picture one frame at a time.
3 Press PLAY to resume regular play.
3
1,2
Time Search
DISPLAY during DVD or Video CD
1 Press
play to see the Display information on the TV. 5
Press p repeatedly to select TIME DISP.
2 Counter
Press OK. Press o or p to highlight a
type, then press OK. See Helpful
Hints at right.The Counter will appear at the
bottom of the display.
o or p to select TT TIME, CH TIME, or
3 Press
DISC TIME, for example.This shows the total
playing time of the Title, Chapter, or Disc
(depending on the Disc in the Player).
OK to select the corresponding
4 Press
counter.
DVD
example
the Number
5 Press
buttons to enter the elapsed playing time
at which you want to resume play. (Press 1
to quit and reselect TT TIME, CH TIME, etc.)
Enter the time in hours, minutes, and seconds.
Play will start at that point.
6 Press DISPLAY to remove the display.
1,6
2-4
Helpful Hints
• Pausing a picture more than
five minutes activates the
screen saver. See page 47.
• These displays will be available, depending on the Disc.
CHAPTER ELAPSED - elapsed
playing time of Chapter;
CHAPTER REMAIN - remaining playing time of Chapter;
TITLE ELAPSED - elapsed
playing time of Title;
TITLE REMAIN - remaining
playing time of Title;
TOTAL ELAPSED - elapsed
playing time of Disc;
TOTAL REMAIN - remaining
playing time of Disc.
SINGLE ELAPSED - elapsed
playing time of Track;
SINGLE REMAIN - remaining
playing time of Track.
• Press DISPLAY during Audio
CD play to see the SINGLE
ELAPSED, SINGLE REMAIN,
TOTAL ELAPSED, or TOTAL
REMAIN counter on the TV.
Zoom/Reduce, Camera Angle 23
Zoom/Reduce
You can reduce or enlarge the picture during play.
Press ZOOM repeatedly during Disc play
to make the picture two, three, or four times
larger. Or, keep pressing ZOOM to reduce the
picture to 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 its normal size.
1
341 2 to move around in the
2 Press
enlarged picture. The blue box that appears 2
within the larger gray box on the TV screen
shows the location of the zoomed area within
the overall picture.
return the picture to regular size, press
3 ToZOOM
until the picture returns to its normal
size.
Camera Angle
Some DVDs include scenes recorded from different
angles.To watch segments from a different angle, follow these steps.The DVD must have multiple angles
available. Check the DVD Disc case or Disc menu
for details and availability.
DVD play, press ANGLE repeatedly
1 During
to select a different angle. If multiple angles
are available for the current scene, the
icon may appear in the top right corner of the 1
TV screen during playback.
a few seconds, the perspective changes to the
2 Inselected
angle. If multiple angles are not available, may appear in the top left corner of the
TV screen when you press ANGLE.
1,3
24 Repeat/Shuffle, Repeat A-B
Repeat/Shuffle
You may play a Chapter,Track,Title, or Disc repeatedly.
During play, press REPEAT to choose a
Repeat option. Depending on the Disc, you may
choose Chapter, Track,Title, or Disc (ALL).
Or, continue to press REPEAT to choose
SHUFFLE or SHUFFLE REPEAT. The Tracks,
Chapters, and/or Titles will play in random order
instead of the order recorded (1,2,3, etc.). Choose
SHUFFLE REPEAT to play Tracks/Chapters/Titles in
random order repeatedly.
You cannot play a Video CD repeatedly while using
Playback Control.
1
2
To cancel repeat play, press REPEAT until all
the repeat modes disappear from the TV screen.
1,2
Repeat A-B
To play a specific portion of a Disc repeatedly, follow these steps.
1 Press PLAY to play the Disc.
the Disc reaches the point at which
2 When
you want repeated play to begin, press
REPEAT A-B.
the Disc reaches the point at
3 When
which you want to end the segment,
press REPEAT A-B again. The segment will
begin playing repeatedly.
Make sure the entire A-B segment is within a
single Title or Track. If you do not enter the B
setting before reaching the end of the
Title/Track, Repeat A-B will be cancelled.
resume regular play, press REPEAT A-B
4 Tountil
all the repeat modes disappear from the TV
screen.
1
2-4
Helpful Hints
• You can’t use the Number
buttons to play a different
Track or Chapter during
Shuffled play.
• To set up Repeat Play for
a DVD or Video CD in the
Display, press DISPLAY.
Press o or p to highlight
REPEAT. Press OK. Press
o or p to choose a
Repeat mode; press OK.
Press DISPLAY.This is not
available with all Discs.
Audio Languages 25
Some DVDs are recorded in multiple languages.
Choose the language you want to hear by adjusting
AUDIO.
The easiest way to choose a different language is
to press AUDIO on the remote during DVD play.
Press STOP twice to stop play.
5
1
2 Press SYSTEM MENU.
Press 2 repeatedly to select the PREFER- 1
3 ENCE
PAGE. Press OK. You can select PREFERENCE PAGE only if you have stopped play by
2,6
3-5
pressing STOP twice as directed in step 1.
4 AUDIO will be selected. Press 2.
Helpful Hints
3 or 4 to choose a language, then
5 Press
press OK. You can only hear these languages if
the language is recorded on the DVD.
If there is another language on the DVD
that does not show in this AUDIO menu,
choose OTHERS, then press OK.
At the next screen, press the Number buttons to enter the four-digit language code
for the language you want. See page 53 for
codes. Then, press OK. The PREFERENCE
PAGE will reappear.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
• Some Audio CDs and Video
CDs are recorded on multiple audio channels. For
example, music may be on
the left channel while vocals
are on the right channel.
Press AUDIO during play to
choose which channels you
want to hear (MONO LEFT,
MONO RIGHT, MIXMONO, or STEREO). Check
your Disc case for details.
If DIGITAL OUTPUT is set
to ALL, you may not be able
to select MONO LEFT or
MONO RIGHT. See page
41.
• Some DVDs only allow you
to change the audio in the
DVD’s Disc menu. See if the
language is on the DVD.
• To change the Audio in the
Display, press DISPLAY. Press
o or p to highlight
AUDIO, then press OK.
Press o or p to choose a
language, then press OK.
Press DISPLAY to remove
the display.This is not available with all Discs.
26 Subtitles
Some DVDs include subtitles.The easiest way to
choose subtitles is to press SUBTITLE on the
remote repeatedly during play.
Press STOP twice to stop DVD play.
1 Press SYSTEM MENU.
2 Press 2 repeatedly to select the PREFER3 ENCE
PAGE, then press OK. You can select
PREFERENCE PAGE only if you have completely
stopped DVD play by pressing STOP twice as
directed in step 1.
5
1
2,6
3-5
4 Press 4 to select SUBTITLE. Press 2.
3 or 4 to choose the language in
5 Press
which you want subtitles to appear.
Press OK.
You can see subtitles in these languages only if
available on the DVD. Check the DVD case for
details on availability.
If there is a subtitle on the DVD that
does not show in the SUBTITLE menu,
choose OTHERS and press OK.
At the next screen, press the Number buttons to enter the four-digit language
code for the language you want. See page 53
for codes. Then, press OK. The PREFERENCE PAGE menu will reappear.
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
6 Press
menus.
Helpful Hints
• Some DVDs only allow
you to choose Subtitle
languages in the DVD
Disc menu. Make sure
the language you want is
on the DVD.
• To change the Subtitles
in the Display, press DISPLAY during play. Press
o or p to highlight SUBTITLE, then press OK.
Press o or p to choose
a subtitle language, then
press OK. Press DISPLAY
to remove the display.
This feature is not available with all DVDs.
Disc Menu Language 27
DVDs have a Disc menu that lets you select features. Features vary among DVDs, so the menus
are different for every DVD.
Disc menus may be available in multiple languages.
To choose a language, follow these steps.
5
STOP twice to stop play.
1 Press
SYSTEM MENU.
2 Press
2 repeatedly to select PREFER1
3 Press
ENCE PAGE. Press OK. You can select
PREFERENCE PAGE only after stopping play by
2,6
3-5
pressing STOP twice as directed in step 1.
4 Press 4 to select DISC MENU. Press 2.
3 or 4 to choose a language for
5 Press
the Disc menu. Press OK.
You can see Disc menus in these languages only
if available on the DVD. Check the DVD case
for details on available menu languages.
If there is a menu language on the DVD
that does not show in the DISC MENU
list, choose OTHERS and press OK.
At the next screen, press the Number buttons to enter the four-digit language
code for the language you want. See page 53
for codes. Then, press OK. The PREFERENCE PAGE will reappear.
Helpful Hints
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
6 Press
menus.
• Some DVDs only allow
you to change the Disc
menu language in the
Disc menu. Make sure
the language you want
is on the DVD.
28 Parental Password
You need a password to change the PARENTAL
settings or to play Locked Discs.To set your password, follow the steps below.
To adjust the PARENTAL level so DVDs cannot
play if they exceed that level, see page 30.
To prevent specific DVDs from playing, regardless
of how you set PARENTAL, see page 29.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 repeatedly to select the PASS2 Press
WORD SETUP PAGE. Press OK.
will be highlighted. Press 2 to
3 PASSWORD
highlight CHANGE, then press OK.
4
1,6
2-3,
5
the Number buttons to enter your
4 Press
old six-digit password in the OLD PASSWORD box. (If this is the first time you have
set a password, you do not have to enter an
OLD PASSWORD.The numbers you enter will
go into the NEW PASSWORD box instead.)
Next, press the Number buttons to enter
a new six-digit password of your choice in
the NEW PASSWORD box.
Next, press the Number buttons to enter
the same new six-digit password in the
CONFIRM PWD box.
OK to save the new password. The
5 Press
previous menu will appear.
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
6 Press
menus.
Helpful Hints
• The default password is
842100. Use it to play
a Locked Disc or enter
it as the old password.
It is acceptable even
after you set your own
password.
• Philips denies any liability associated with unintended watching of
Discs. Make sure your
Discs play according to
your PARENTAL settings
before you allow children
access to the Player.
• Your password must
have exactly six digits. A
series of Xs will appear
instead of your actual
password to protect the
password’s identity.
Disc Lock 29
Not all DVDs are rated or coded by the Disc
maker.You can specifically lock or unlock a DVD,
regardless of its rating. If you lock a specific DVD,
you must enter your password before you can
watch the DVD. See page 28.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
GENERAL SETUP PAGE will be selected.
2 The
Press OK.
3 Press 4 to select DISC LOCK. Press 2.
1,5
2-4
3 or 4 to select UNLOCK or
4 Press
LOCK, then press OK. Choose UNLOCK
to view the current DVD without entering
your password.
If you choose LOCK, the current DVD cannot
play unless you enter your password. PLEASE
ENTER PASSWORD will appear on the TV
screen to prompt you to enter your password.
Press the Number buttons to enter your sixdigit password, then press OK. Your password
will not appear on the TV screen.This protects
its identity. See page 28.
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
5 Press
menus.
Helpful Hints
• Two-sided DVDs may
have a different ID for
each side. Lock or
unlock each side. Multivolume Disc sets may
have a different ID for
each volume or Disc.
Lock or unlock each volume or Disc.
• Once you enter your
password to play a
Locked Disc, you can
stop and resume play
without reentering the
password every time you
resume play. If you open
the disc compartment or
put the Player in Standby
mode (off), you must
enter the password to
play the Disc again.
• You cannot select DISC
LOCK if there is no Disc
in the Player.
30 Parental Levels
The Player can block or play a DVD based on its
rating. Some DVDs let you enter your password to
play a Disc. If not, remove the DVD, then change the
PARENTAL setting so you can watch the Disc.
Not all DVDs conform to the levels you select, as
not all DVDs are coded or protected by the manufacturer. Make sure the DVD plays according to
your PARENTAL setting before you give children
access to the Player or DVDs.
To prevent specific DVDs from playing, regardless of
how you set the PARENTAL level, see page 29.
STOP twice to stop DVD play.
1 Press
SYSTEM MENU.
2 Press
2 to select PREFERENCE PAGE,
3 Press
then press OK. You can select PREFERENCE
PAGE only if you have stopped play by pressing
STOP twice as directed in step 1.
4 Press 4 to select PARENTAL. Press 2.
3 or 4 to choose the level at which
5 Press
you want to restrict play, then press OK.
For example, if you do not want children to
watch movies rated above PG, select 3 PG.
DVDs rated PG can play without entering a
password; DVDs rated higher cannot play
unless you enter your password.
screen will prompt you to enter your pass6 Aword.
Press the Number buttons to enter
your six-digit password, then press OK.
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
7 Press
menus.
6
1
2,7
3-6
RATING EXPLANATIONS
• ADULT - Mature material,
for adults only; graphic sex,
violence, or language.
• NC-17 - No children under
age 17.
• R - Restricted; recommended
that parents restrict children
under age 17 from viewing
or allow children to view
only when supervised by a
parent or adult guardian.
• PGR - Parental Guidance
Required.
• PG 13 - Material is unsuitable
for children under age 13.
• PG - Parental Guidance suggested.
• G - General Audience; recommended as acceptable for
viewers of all ages.
• KID SAFE (SAF) - Safe for
children to view.
Helpful Hints
• PARENTAL does not
affect Video CDs, Super
Video CDs, or Audio
CDs. PARENTAL only
affects DVD play.
• Your password must
have exactly six digits. A
series of Xs will appear
on the TV instead of
your password to protect its identity.
Program 31
To play Tracks or Chapters in an order you specify,
set up a Program by following these steps.
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1
2-6
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
GENERAL SETUP PAGE will be selected.
2 The
Press OK.
3 Press 4 to select PROGRAM.
2 to select INPUT MENU, then
4 Press
press OK. The PROGRAM menu will appear.
This is where you enter the Track/Chapter
numbers in the order you want.
While the Number 1 space is highlighted,
press the Number buttons to enter the
Title and/or Chapter/Track number you
want to play first. The number of available
Titles, Chapters, or Tracks will appear at the
top of the screen.
Audio CD example
5
Use 3 4 1 2 to move to other Program
positions. Use the Number buttons to
enter other Titles/Chapters/Tracks.
Repeat this process to fill the Program.
If you enter an incorrect number, press 34 1
2 to select the Program position. Use the
Number buttons to reenter the correct number.To delete an item from the Program, use 3
4 1 2 to select it. Press OK or PLAY to erase
the item.
you have entered all the items you
6 When
want, press 4, 1, and/or 2 to select
START at the bottom of the screen.
Then, press OK. This will store the Tracks in
the Program.The Program will start playing.
To resume normal play, press STOP twice to
stop playing the Program. Press PLAY to start
play at the beginning of the Disc.
•
•
•
•
Helpful Hints
To access other Program
pages, press Previous
4 or Next ¢ .
To stop entering Tracks
in the Program, press 4
and 1 or 2 to select
EXIT at the bottom of
the screen, then press
OK.When you play the
Disc,Tracks will play in
normal order (1, 2, 3,
etc.).
The Program will accept
a Title/Chapter/Track
number only if it is on
the current Disc.
You cannot select PROGRAM if there is no
Disc in the Player.
32 Preview
Some Video CDs contain preview or introductory
information. Use Preview to see the content of a
Video CD. Not all Video CDs contain this information. See your Disc case for details.
1 Press PREVIEW to see the Preview menu.
SELECT DIGEST TYPE:
TRACK DIGEST
DISC INTERVAL
TRACK INTERVAL
3 or 4 to select TRACK DIGEST,
2 Press
DISC INTERVAL, or TRACK INTERVAL.
Press OK.
• If you select TRACK DIGEST, the first five
seconds of each Track will play.To play a Track,
press 3 to go to the SELECT line. Press the
Number buttons to enter a Track number.
Press OK.
To see other Tracks, press Previous 4 or
Next ¢.
TYPE: TRACK
SELECT (01-09) :
EXIT
-MENU
• If you select DISC INTERVAL, the Disc
contents will divide into six segments. To play
the Disc from a certain interval, press 3 to go
to the SELECT line. Press the Number buttons
to choose a segment (1-6), then press OK.
TYPE: DISC INTERVAL
SELECT (01-06) : - EXIT
MENU
• If you select TRACK INTERVAL, the current Track will divide into six parts. To play the
Track from a certain interval, press 3 to go to
the SELECT line. Press the Number buttons (16) to choose a segment, then press OK.
TYPE: TRACK 01 INTERVAL
SELECT (01-06) : - EXIT
MENU
remove the PREVIEW menus, press
3 ToPREVIEW
again. Or, press 4 and/or 1 to
choose EXIT, then press OK.
To go to the first PREVIEW screen, press
4 and/or 2 to select MENU. Press OK.
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1,3
Navigator 33
This DVD Player can play some Compact DiscRecordable (CD-R) discs that you record on your
computer.These CD-Rs may contain pictures in a
JPEG format or audio files/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. (You cannot make or
record such CD-Rs using this DVD Player. See
your computer manual for details on making CD-R
recordings.)
If you are playing a CD-R on this Player and the
CD-R contains JPEG or MP3 files, you may want to
access the CD-R menu using Navigator.
2,6
3-5
1
STOP twice to stop play
1 Press
completely.
SYSTEM MENU.
2 Press
2 repeatedly to select the PREFER3 Press
ENCE PAGE, then press OK.
4 to select MP3/JPEG NAV
4 Press
(Navigator), then press 2.
3 or 4 to select WITHOUT MENU
5 Press
or WITH MENU, then press OK. If you
select WITHOUT MENU, MP3 files will play in
the order in which they are recorded on the
Disc (1, 2, 3, etc.). Select WITH MENU to see a
Disc’s contents in a menu.
SYSTEM MENU to remove the
6 Press
menus.
Helpful Hint
• Some Discs may not
start to play automatically if MP3/JPEG NAV is
set to WITHOUT
MENU.
34 JPEG and MP3 Features
General Information on CD-R and CD-RWs
When you make CDs, the Disc should have at least 6-10 pictures or 2-3 MP3 music
files. Make sure there are at least 3 MB (three megabytes) of information on the
Disc.The maximum files per folder is 500.
JPEG file names should end with the “.jpg” extension.
To play a JPEG or MP3 file, press the Number buttons to select an item,
then press OK. Or, press 3 or 4 to select an item, then press OK.
JPEG features
● When play is stopped, small copies of the JPEGs will appear (up to 12). Press 4
and 1 or 2 to choose Previous 4 or Next ¢ at the bottom of the screen,
then press OK.This shows you the other pictures on the Disc.
Or, press 3, 4, 1, or 2 to choose a picture, then press OK to start play at the
selected image.
Press 4 and 1 to select the small filmstrip icon at the bottom of the screen, then
press OK.This will play all the files, beginning with the first picture on the page.
● Press ZOOM repeatedly to reduce or enlarge a JPEG. Press 3, 4, 1, or 2 to move
through the image. Not all playback features are available during zoomed play.
● During JPEG play, press 3, 4, 1, or 2 to flip or rotate the image.
● Press ANGLE repeatedly during JPEG play to choose how the pictures will transfer
in/out during play.The default setting is RANDOM.
● Not all features (Pause, System Menu access, etc.) are available during JPEG play.
Repeat/Shuffle
MP3 Tracks, press REPEAT continuously to choose:
FOLDER - Plays all files in the Folder once.
REPEAT ONE - Plays an MP3 file repeatedly.
REPEAT FOLDER - Plays all files in the Folder repeatedly.
SHUFFLE - Plays all files in the Folder in random order.
● With JPEGs, press REPEAT continuously to choose:
REPEAT ONE - Plays the current image repeatedly.
REPEAT ALL - Plays all JPEG files repeatedly.
SHUFFLE - Plays JPEG files in random order.
REPEAT OFF - Cancels all repeat and shuffle features.
● With
Program
1 With play stopped, press DISC MENU so the PROGRAM screen appears.
Available files show on the left.The Program list shows on the right.
2 Press 3 or 4 to choose a file to add to the Program, then press OK or PLAY.
(To remove an item from the Program, press 2 to go to the PROGRAM list on
the right; press 3 or 4 to select it, then press STOP.)
3 Press 2 to select an item in the Program. Press OK to play the Program from
that point.
Playing MP3 and JPEG files simultaneously
1 Play an MP3 file as described above.
2 Press RETURN/TITLE.
3 Select a JPEG to play as described above.
4 Press DISC MENU to stop JPEG play.Then press STOP to stop MP3 play.
TV Display 35
You may set the Player to display video in one of
three formats: Letter Box, Pan & Scan, or
Widescreen (16:9). To choose a format, follow
these steps. The format you select must be on the
Disc. If it is not, the settings for TV DISPLAY will
not affect the picture during playback.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press 2 repeatedly to select the VIDEO
2 SETUP PAGE, then press OK.
4 to select TV DISPLAY. Press 2.
3 Press
3 or 4 to select 4:3 PAN SCAN, 4:3
4 Press
LETTER BOX, or 16:9 (widescreen), then
press OK.
Select 4:3 PAN SCAN if you want the picture to
be trimmed or formatted to fit your TV screen.
Select 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.
Select 16:9 (widescreen) if you connected the
DVD Player to a widescreen TV.
5 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
16:9 (Widescreen TV)
4:3 LETTER BOX
4:3 PAN SCAN
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2-4
Helpful Hints
• DVDs only play in the
format in which they
were recorded. For
example, if the DVD
case says the DVD is
recorded in Letterbox
or Widescreen format,
you may play the DVD
only with the black
bars showing at the top
and bottom of the
widened picture. Even if
you set TV DISPLAY to
4:3 PAN SCAN, the picture will show in the
widened format.
• Some widescreen TVs
may show only part of
the DVD Player’s menu.
Adjust the screen mode
on your TV. See your TV
manual for details.
36 Smart Picture, Picture Setting
Just as you can adjust your picture on your TV, you
can adjust some picture elements at the DVD
Player. Choose a Smart Picture setting that best displays the Disc you are playing.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 to select the VIDEO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE. Press OK.
4 to select SMART PICTURE.
3 Press
Press 2.
3 or 4 to select STANDARD,
4 Press
BRIGHT, SOFT, or PERSONAL, then
press OK.
you selected BRIGHT, STANDARD, or
5 IfSOFT,
you are finished. Press SYSTEM
MENU to remove the menus. You may want
to play a Disc for a few minutes in each setting
to decide which you prefer.
If you selected PERSONAL, you can adjust
specific picture elements for your preference. Go to step 6 to adjust these items.
PICTURE will be reselected in green.
6 SMART
Press 4 to select PICTURE SETTING,
then press 2.
3 or 4 to select BRIGHTNESS,
7 Press
CONTRAST,TINT, or COLOR, then press
OK.
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2-7
Smart Picture, Picture Setting (cont’d) 37
adjustment scale will appear on the TV
8 Anscreen.
Press 1 or 2 to adjust the element
you selected.
• For BRIGHTNESS, choose a more positive
value to brighten the color on the screen and
add white to the picture. Choose a negative
value to darken the color. Choose zero (0) for
the average setting.
• For CONTRAST, choosing a more positive
value adds more noticeable difference between
the black and white in your picture and sharpens
the picture. Choose a more negative CONTRAST value to blur the distinction between
black and white in the picture.The picture will
not seem as sharp.
• For TINT, choose a more positive value to add
red to the picture. Choose a negative value to
add yellow to the picture. Choose zero (0) to
balance the reds and yellows in the picture.You
can adjust TINT when you need people’s skin
tones to look more natural.
• For COLOR, choose a more positive value to
increase the color in your picture. To decrease
the color in the picture, choose a more negative
value. As you decrease the COLOR, the picture
becomes more black and white. Choose zero (0)
to balance the color.
OK to save the adjustment and
9 Press
return to the PICTURE SETTING
options. Repeat steps 7-9 to adjust all the
elements you want.
Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the
when you are finished.
10menus
10
8-9
38 TV Type
DVDs are recorded in a color system, usually NTSC
or PAL. NTSC is the most common in the United
States.
Your TV also has a color system, and this Player is
compatible with NTSC and PAL. However, the color
system of the DVD, the TV, and the Player should
match. If all three are not the same, the DVD may
play in only black and white, the picture may roll continuously, or the picture may appear distorted.
Adjust TV TYPE to set the Player to match the color
systems of your DVDs and your TV.
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2-4
1 Press SYSTEM MENU.
2 to select the VIDEO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE, then press OK.
3 TV TYPE will be selected. Press 2.
3 or 4 to select MULTI, NTSC, or
4 Press
PAL, then press OK. Choose NTSC if your
TV is NTSC-compatible and your DVDs are
recorded in NTSC. Choose PAL if your TV is
PAL-compatible and your DVDs are recorded in
PAL. Choose MULTI if your TV is compatible
with both NTSC and PAL and you want the
DVD Player to automatically select the color
system of the current DVD.
5 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
Helpful Hint
• Your DVD must be
recorded in NTSC or
PAL. Discs recorded in
other color systems will
not play on this Player.
Check the Disc case for
details. NTSC or PAL
may appear on the
inside ring of the DVD.
Progressive Scan 39
If you connected the Player to a TV using the Y Pb Pr
jacks and your TV has Progressive Scan, set PROGRESSIVE to ON. This provides the best picture.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 to select the VIDEO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE, then press OK.
3 or 4 to select PROGRESSIVE,
3 Press
then press 2.
3 or 4 to choose ON or OFF, then
4 Press
press OK. Choose ON if your TV has
Progressive Scan.
message will ask you to verify your hookups
5 Aand
the availability of Progressive Scan.
Press 2 or s to choose OK, then press
OK. If Progressive Scan is not detected, the
VIDEO SETUP PAGE will reappear. Repeat steps
3-4 to set PROGRESSIVE to OFF.
If you realize you do not have Progressive Scan,
choose CANCEL and press OK. Repeat steps 34 to set PROGRESSIVE to OFF.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
40 Analog Output
Use ANALOG AUDIO SETUP to adjust some of the
Player’s audio settings.
Adjust DOWNMIX according to how you connected
the Player to your TV and/or Stereo. Balance the volume during playback by adjusting Dynamic Range
Control (D.R.C.).
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 to select the AUDIO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE, then press OK.
AUDIO SETUP will be selected.
3 ANALOG
Press OK.
3 or 4 to select DOWNMIX or
4 Press
D.R.C., then press 2 and follow step 5
according to your choice.
• If you selected DOWNMIX, press 3 or 4
5 topress
select LT/RT (left/right) or STEREO, then
OK. Choose LT/RT if you connected the
Player to a stereo that has Dolby Pro Logic. See
page 13. Select STEREO if you connected the
Player to a TV or Stereo that has left and right
Audio In jacks but does not have Dolby Pro Logic.
• If you selected D.R.C., press 3 or 4 to select
ON or OFF, then press OK. To level the volume
during Disc playback, choose ON.There will not be
such a large range between the loudest and softest
parts of the sound.To hear the highs and lows of the
volume, set D.R.C. to OFF.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
Digital Output 41
If you connected the Player to a Stereo using the
COAXIAL jack as shown on page 14, adjust DIGITAL OUTPUT (audio) as described below. If you
are not using the COAXIAL jack, no adjustment is
necessary.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press 2 to select the AUDIO SETUP
2 PAGE, then press OK.
Press 4 to select DIGITAL AUDIO
3 SETUP,
then press OK.
OUTPUT will be selected. Press 2.
4 DIGITAL
3 or 4 to select ALL or PCM ONLY,
5 Press
then press OK.
Choose ALL to select the original default audio
settings as received by most Stereos.
If the sound is distorted, your Stereo may need
to receive audio in the PCM format (pulse code
modulation, contains only left and right audio signals).
Choose PCM ONLY if your Stereo is PCM-compatible or cannot decode MPEG-2 or DTS audio.
Refer to your Stereo manual for details.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
42 LPCM Output
If you connected the Player to a Stereo using the
COAXIAL jack as shown on page 14, adjust LPCM
OUTPUT.
Discs are recorded in a certain sampling rate. The
higher the sampling rate, the better the sound quality. Some Discs are recorded in a high sampling rate
of 96 kHz. Set LPCM OUTPUT to 96K if you are
playing Discs recorded at this high rate. Otherwise,
set LPCM OUTPUT to 48K.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 to select the AUDIO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE, then press OK.
4 to select DIGITAL AUDIO
3 Press
SETUP, then press OK.
4 to select LPCM OUTPUT, then
4 Press
press 2.
3 or 4 to select 48K or 96K, then
5 Press
press OK.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
Sound Mode 43
Select the sound mode that matches the type of
music you play most often.These preset sound
modes adjust the frequency bands of the audio to
enhance your favorite music style.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 to select the AUDIO SETUP
2 Press
PAGE, then press OK.
AUDIO SETUP will be selected.
3 ANALOG
Press OK.
Press 4 to select SOUND MODE, then
4 press
2.
3 or 4 to select NONE, ROCK,
5 Press
POP, LIVE, DANCE,TECHNO, CLASSIC,
or SOFT, then press OK. Choose NONE to
play the Disc with its original sound effects.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
44 3D Sound
During music playback, this feature simulates echoes
and frequencies that may be available in a particular
environment. Choose the environment that you
would like to recreate by changing the 3D SOUND
setting.
Press SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press 2 to select the AUDIO SETUP
2 PAGE, then press OK.
AUDIO SETUP will be selected.
3 ANALOG
Press OK.
4 Press 4 to select 3D SOUND. Press 2.
3 or 4 to select OFF, CONCERT,
5 Press
LIVING ROOM, HALL, ARENA, or
CHURCH, then press OK. Choose OFF to
play the Disc with its original sound effects.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-5
Display Language 45
You can set the DVD Player’s Setup menus and onscreen messages to appear in English, Spanish, or
French.These are the only three languages available.
This language selection will not affect the languages
of DVD Disc or Title menus or any audio, subtitle,
or Closed Caption languages.To change the DVD
Player’s menu language, follow these steps.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
GENERAL SETUP PAGE will be selected.
2 The
Press OK.
LANGUAGE (on-screen display) will be
3 OSD
selected. Press 2.
1,5
2-4
3 or 4 to select ENGLISH,
4 Press
ESPAÑOL (Spanish), or FRANCAIS
(French), then press OK.
5 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
Helpful Hint
• If you have Spanish or
French menus and
need English:
1) Press SYSTEM
MENU.
2)With PAG. CONFIG.
GENERAL or PAGE
REGLAGES GENERAUX selected, press
OK.
3) With IDIOMA
MENUS or LANGUE
OSD selected, press 2.
4) Press 3 to select
ENGLISH, then press
OK.
5) Press SYSTEM
MENU.
46 Closed Captions
Closed captions are hidden in the video signal of some
Discs. Different than subtitles, closed captions are
intended for the hearing impaired and also show
sound effects. For example, closed captions may
include information such as “phone ringing” or “footsteps approaching,” while a subtitle would only show
spoken text.
Though you can turn on Closed Captions in the DVD
Player’s menu, the captions must be available on the
Disc. Also make sure you turn on Closed Captioning
on your TV. Otherwise, the captions will not appear.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
2 repeatedly to select the VIDEO
2 Press
SETUP PAGE, then press OK.
4 repeatedly to select CLOSED CAP3 Press
TIONS. Press 2.
3 or 4 to select ON or OFF, then
4 Press
press OK.
5 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-4
Screen Saver 47
The Screen Saver is the moving DVD logo that
appears on your TV screen when Disc play is
stopped. It prevents damage to your TV screen
caused by leaving a still image on the TV too long.
SYSTEM MENU.
1 Press
GENERAL SETUP PAGE will be selected.
2 The
Press OK.
4 to select SCREEN SAVER, then
3 Press
press 2.
3 or 4 to select ON or OFF, then
4 Press
press OK. Choose ON to have the Screen
Saver appear on your TV screen when you have
not used the Player or its remote for approximately five minutes and play is stopped or
paused.To disable the screen saver, choose OFF.
The dark blue DVD screen will appear when
play is stopped.
5 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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2-4
48 Defaults
To restore the original settings of the DVD Player,
follow the steps below.
STOP twice to stop Disc play com1 Press
pletely.
SYSTEM MENU.
2 Press
2 repeatedly to select the PREFER3 Press
ENCE PAGE, then press OK.
1
Press 4 repeatedly to select DEFAULT.
4 Press 2 to select RESET, then press OK.
5 The
original settings of the DVD Player will be
restored.
6 Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.
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Glossary 49
Analog: Sound that has not been turned into numbers. Analog sound varies,
while digital sound has specific numerical values. Analog sound is available when
you use the red and white audio jacks on your equipment.These jacks send audio
through two channels, the left and right.
AUDIO Out Jacks: Left and right jacks on the rear of the Player that send
audio to another system (TV, Stereo, etc.).The jacks are white and red.
Chapter: A part of a Title.
COAXIAL Out 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. The
COAXIAL Out jack on the DVD Player is black.
Color system: There are various systems for transmitting television signals, for
example PAL, SECAM, and NTSC. NTSC is the most common color system in the
United States of America.
Digital: Sound that has been converted into numerical values. Digital sound is
available when you use the Player’s COAXIAL Out jack, which sends audio
through multiple channels instead of two channels as analog does.
Dolby Digital: A surround sound system that provides 5.1 channel sound as
used in movie theaters.
DVD: Digital Video Disc.
Letter Box: Widescreen format; a TV aspect ratio setting (4:3). Displays the
video in full-width, with black bars at the top and bottom of the TV screen.This
format is similar to seeing a movie in a theater. If the Disc does not include a letter box format, selecting letter box may have no effect. Some DVDs are twosided, with one side playing in widescreen format and the other side playing in a
normal (pan & scan) format.
Pan & Scan: A TV aspect ratio setting (4:3). Displays the video with full-height
picture with one or both sides of the picture trimmed to fit on your TV screen.
Some movie companies refer to this as “reformatting the picture to fit your TV
screen.”
PBC: Playback Control. A special feature on some Video CDs/Super Video CDs
that enables interactive use.
PCM: Pulse Code Modulation. A digital audio encoding system.
RGB: Red-Green-Blue. A top-quality video connection where red, green, and
blue components of the picture are carried through separate wires.This also is
referred to as the component video connection.
Title: A unit of recording on a DVD.
VCD: Video Compact Disc.
VIDEO Out Jack: Yellow jack on the rear of the DVD Player that sends video
(picture) to a TV.
Widescreen: A TV aspect ratio setting (16:9). Displays the video appropriately
when you connect the DVD Player to a widescreen TV.
Y Pb Pr Jacks: The Component Video Out jacks on the rear of the Player that
send high-quality video to a TV that has Component Video In jacks. The jacks on
the DVD Player are red, blue, and green.
50 Helpful Hints
No power
• Press down POWER on the Player.The POWER button on the remote will turn on
the Player only when the Player is in Standby mode.The Standby light will be on.
• Connect the supplied power cord securely to the MAINS (AC Power) jack on the
rear of the Player. Connect the power cord to an AC power outlet.
• Make sure the AC outlet has power.Test another appliance in the same outlet.
No picture
• Make sure the TV power is on.
• Check the video cables. Make sure the cable(s) are fastened securely to the Player
and to the TV.
• Set your TV to the correct Video In channel.These channels are usually near channel zero (0). Or, you may have a button on the TV remote that selects an Auxiliary,
A/V IN, or Video channel. See your TV manual for details. Or, go to your lowest TV
channel (01 or 02), then change channels down until you see DVD playback or the
blue DVD screen on the TV.
If you are using an RF modulator, set the TV to channel 3 or 4. See page 10.
• You only need one video connection between the Player and a TV. See page 9.
Distorted picture
• Check the Disc for fingerprints or scratches. Clean the Disc. See page 6.
• Sometimes a small amount of picture distortion may appear.This is normal.
The picture is distorted, rolls, or is only black and white.
• TVs have a color system standard, usually NTSC in the United States. If the Disc’s
or DVD Player’s color system is different than your TV’s color system, the picture
may be distorted or colorless. Set the Player’s TV TYPE to match your TV and your
DVDs. See page 38.
• A DVD or Video CD picture may become distorted or black and white if you
switch among PAL and NTSC (for TV TYPE). If so, set SMART PICTURE to STANDARD to correct the picture. See page 36.
The sound is distorted or there is no sound during Disc play.
• Do not connect any cables from the Player to a Stereo’s “PHONO IN” jack.
• Do not connect the Player’s COAXIAL digital audio out jack to an analog jack on a
Stereo. (Analog audio jacks are usually red and white.)
No sound
• Check the audio connections. See pages 10-14. Yyou only need one audio connection. See page 9 to see what connection best suits your situation.
• Connect cables firmly to all equipment.
• Select another channel, sound source, or Auxiliary station at your Stereo or TV. See
your Stereo or TV manual for details. Or, select the different sound sources or
modes on the Stereo or TV until you hear sound from the Disc that is in the Player.
See pages 9-14.
• Make sure your DOWNMIX, DIGITAL OUTPUT, and LPCM OUTPUT settings
match the capabilities of your Stereo or TV. See pages 40-42.
• Check the DVD’s Audio setting in the DVD Disc Menu and adjust as necessary.
• Deactivate mute at the DVD Player by pressing MUTE on the Player’s remote.
Helpful Hints (cont'd) 51
Disc will not play.
• Make sure the Disc label is facing up. If you are playing a two-sided Disc, make sure
the label of the side you want to play is facing up.
• Check the Parental controls. See pages 28-30.
• Check the Region Code of the DVD.The DVD must be coded for All regions or
Region 1 in order to play on this DVD Player. See page 7.
• See if the Disc is defective by trying another Disc. Make sure the Disc is not
scratched or warped. Carefully clean the Disc. See page 6.
• Finalize CD-R, DVD+R, and DVD+RW discs before playing them on this Player.
• If you are playing a CD-R or CD-RW you made, make sure it contains at least 3 MB
of data. See page 34.
An Audio CD will not play.
• Some Audio CDs are copy protected.These discs will not play on this Player. See
your retailer for options regarding non-protected Audio CDs.
The DVD logo does not appear on the TV after you remove a Disc.
• Reset the DVD Player by switching it off, then on again.
The DVD Player does not respond to the remote control.
• Aim the remote at the IR sensor on the front of the Player. Remove any obstacles
between the Player and the remote. Move closer to the Player and try again.
• Replace the lithium battery in the remote control. See page 8.
The Player will not select some features (Angles, Subtitles, etc.).
• The feature may not be available on the Disc. If it is not, the will appear on the
TV screen. Check the Disc case to see if the Disc has the feature. If the Disc does
not have the feature, the Player cannot create the feature.This is not a malfunction
of the Player.
The feature may not be available at the present time. Some features are only available during play, while others can be accessed only when play is stopped.Try stopping or starting playback, then try the feature again.
The Player does not work.
• Disconnect the power cord from the power outlet for a few minutes. Reconnect
the power cord and try to operate the Player again as usual.
The Player turns itself off.
• If there is no activity at the Player or with its remote control for 15 minutes and
play is stopped, the Player will go into low-power Standby mode.This is an energysaving feature that cannot be altered. Press POWER on the Player or PLAY on the
remote to turn on the Player.
Disc play is irregular or DVD Disc menu operation is faulty.
• Due to the inconsistency of Disc formats provided by various Disc manufacturers,
your DVD Player may require a playability enhancement or upgrade. As DVD technology has advanced, these enhancements have become both common and easy to
complete. Contact Philips at 1-800-531-0039 for assistance.
52 Specifications
PLAYABLE DISCS
DVD-Video
Video CD
Picture CD
CD Recordable (CD-R)
DVD Recordable (DVD+R)
TV STANDARD
Number of lines
Playback
Audio CD
Super Video CD
MP3-CD
CD Rewritable (CD-RW)
DVD Rewritable (DVD+RW)
PAL/50Hz
625
Multistandard
NTSC/60Hz
525
(PAL/NTSC)
VIDEO PERFORMANCE
VIDEO Out
1Vpp---75Ω
Y Pb Pr
Y: 1.00Vpp---75Ω
Pb: 0.7Vpp---75Ω
Pr: 0.7Vpp---75Ω
CABINET
Dimensions (w x h x d):
Weight:
REAR CONNECTIONS
Component Video Out
Video Out
Audio Out
Digital Audio Out
8.5 x 1.8 x 8.5 inches
Approximately 2 lbs.
Cinch (green/blue/red)
Cinch (yellow)
Cinch (white/red)
One coaxial
IEC958 for CDDA/LPCM/MPEG1
IEC1937 for MPEG2, Dolby Digital, and DTS
AUDIO FORMAT
Digital
Mpeg/ AC-3/ DTS
PCM
MP3(ISO 9660)
compressed Digital
16, 20, 24 bits fs, 44.1, 48, 96 kHz
24, 32, 56, 64, 96, 128, 256 kbps & variable
bit rate fs, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48kHz
Analog Sound Stereo
AUDIO PERFORMANCE
DA Converter
24 bit
Signal to Noise (1kHz)
95 dB
Dynamic range (1kHz)
> 85 dB
DVD
fs 96 kHz
fs 48 kHz
Super Video CD
fs 48 kHz
fs 44.1 kHz
Video CD/Audio CD
fs 44.1 kHz
LASER
Type
Wavelength
4
4
4
4
4
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
Hz
-44
-22
-22
-20
-20
kHz
kHz
kHz
kHz
kHz
Semiconductor laser GaAIAs
650nm (DVD)
780nm (Video CD/Audio CD)
Language Codes 53
You will need these codes if you want a different language for
Subtitles, Audio, or Disc menus. See pages 25-27.
A
Abkhazian . . . . .6566
Afar . . . . . . . . .6565
Afrikaans . . . . . .6570
Albanian . . . . . .8381
Amharic . . . . . .6577
Arabic . . . . . . . .6582
Armenian . . . . .7289
Assamese . . . . .6583
Avestan . . . . . . .6569
Aymara . . . . . . .6589
Azerbaijani . . . .6590
B
Bashkir . . . . . . .6665
Basque . . . . . . .6985
Belarusian . . . . .6669
Bengali . . . . . . .6678
Bihari . . . . . . . .6672
Bislama . . . . . . .6673
Bokmal,
Norwegian . . . .7866
Bosnian . . . . . . .6683
Breton . . . . . . .6682
Bulgarian . . . . . .6671
Burmese . . . . . .7789
C
Castilian, Spanish6983
Catalan . . . . . . .6765
Chamorro . . . . .6772
Chechen . . . . . .6769
Chewa, Chichewa,
Nyanja . . . . . . .7889
Chinese . . . . . .9072
Chuang, Zhuang 9065
Church Slavic,
Slavonic . . . . . . .6785
Chuvash . . . . . .6786
Cornish . . . . . . .7587
Corsican . . . . . .6779
Croatian . . . . . .7282
Czech . . . . . . . .6783
D
Danish . . . . . . .6865
Dutch . . . . . . . .7876
Dzongkha . . . . .6890
E
English . . . . . . .6978
Esperanto . . . . .6979
Estonian . . . . . .6984
F
Faroese . . . . . . .7079
Fijian . . . . . . . . .7074
Finnish . . . . . . .7073
French . . . . . . .7082
Frisian . . . . . . . .7089
G
Gaelic,
Scottish Gaelic .7168
Gallegan . . . . . .7176
Georgian . . . . . .7565
German . . . . . .6869
Gikuyu, Kikuyu .7573
Greek . . . . . . . .6976
Guarani . . . . . . .7178
Gujarati . . . . . . .7185
H
Hausa . . . . . . . .7265
Hebrew . . . . . .7269
Herero . . . . . . .7290
Hindi . . . . . . . . .7273
Hiri Motu . . . . .7279
Hungarian . . . . .7285
I
Icelandic . . . . . .7383
Ido . . . . . . . . . .7379
Indonesian . . . .7368
Interlingua,
International
Interlingue 7365, 7369
Inuktitut . . . . . .7385
Inupiaq . . . . . . .7375
Irish . . . . . . . . .7165
Italian . . . . . . . .7384
J
Japanese . . . . . .7465
Javanese . . . . . .7486
K
Kalaallisut . . . . .7576
Kannada . . . . . .7578
Kashmiri . . . . . .7583
Kazakh . . . . . . .7575
Khmer . . . . . . .7577
Kinyarwanda . . .8287
Kirghiz . . . . . . .7589
Komi . . . . . . . . .7586
Korean . . . . . . .7579
Kuanyama,
Kwanyama . . . .7574
Kurdish . . . . . . .7585
L
Lao . . . . . . . . . .7679
Latin . . . . . . . . .7665
Latvian . . . . . . .7686
Letzeburgesch . .7666
Limburgan, Limburger,
Limburgish . . . .7673
Lingala . . . . . . . .7678
Lithuanian . . . . .7684
Luxembourgish .7666
M
Macedonian . . . .7775
Malagasy . . . . . .7771
Malay . . . . . . . .7783
Malayalam . . . . .7776
Maltese . . . . . . .7784
Manx . . . . . . . . .7186
Maori . . . . . . . .7773
Marathi . . . . . . .7782
Marshallese . . . .7772
Moldavian . . . . .7779
Mongolian . . . . .7778
N
Nauru . . . . . . . .7865
Navaho, Navajo .7886
Ndebele, North 7868
Ndebele, South .7882
Ndonga . . . . . . .7871
Nepali . . . . . . . .7869
Northern Sami .8369
Norwegian . . . .7879
Nynorsk,
Norwegian . . . .7878
O
Occitan, Proven 7967
Old Bulgarian, Old
Slavonic, Old Church
Slavonic . . . . . . .6785
Oriya . . . . . . . .7982
Oromo . . . . . . .7977
Ossetian, Ossetic7983
P
Pali . . . . . . . . . .8073
Panjabi . . . . . . .8065
Persian . . . . . . .7065
Polish . . . . . . . .8076
Portuguese . . . .8084
Provencal . . . . .7967
Pushto . . . . . . .8083
Q
Quechua . . . . . .8185
R
Raeto-Romance 8277
Romanian . . . . .8279
Rundi . . . . . . . .8278
Russian . . . . . . .8285
S
Samoan . . . . . . .8377
Sango . . . . . . . .8371
Sanskrit . . . . . . .8365
Sardinian . . . . . .8367
Serbian . . . . . . .8382
Shona . . . . . . . .8378
Sindhi . . . . . . . .8368
Sinhalese . . . . . .8373
Slovak . . . . . . . .8375
Slovenian . . . . . .8376
Somali . . . . . . . .8379
Sotho, Southern 8384
Sundanese . . . . .8385
Swahili . . . . . . .8387
Swati . . . . . . . . .8383
Swedish . . . . . . .8386
T
Tagalog . . . . . . .8476
Tahitian . . . . . . .8489
Tajik . . . . . . . . .8471
Tamil . . . . . . . . .8465
Tatar . . . . . . . . .8484
Telugu . . . . . . . .8469
Thai . . . . . . . . .8472
Tibetan . . . . . . .6679
Tigrinya . . . . . . .8473
Tonga
(Tonga Islands) .8479
Tsonga . . . . . . .8483
Tswana . . . . . . .8478
Turkish . . . . . . .8482
Turkmen . . . . . .8475
Twi . . . . . . . . . .8487
U
Uighur . . . . . . .8571
Ukrainian . . . . .8575
Urdu . . . . . . . . .8582
Uzbek . . . . . . . .8590
V
Vietnamese . . . .8673
Volapuk . . . . . . .8679
W
Walloon . . . . . .8765
Welsh . . . . . . . .6789
Wolof . . . . . . . .8779
X
Xhosa . . . . . . . .8872
Y
Yiddish . . . . . . .8973
Yoruba . . . . . . .8979
Z
Zulu . . . . . . . . .9085
54 Limited Warranty
Digital Video Disc Player
90 days Free Product Exchange/91 days–One Year Reduced-Cost Exchange
WHO IS COVERED?
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.
BEFORE EXCHANGING THE PRODUCT...
Please check your owner’s manual before
exchanging the product. Adjustments of the controls discussed there may save you time and
money.
WHAT IS COVERED?
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 Philips.
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
Philips for exchange, you will pay the shipping costs for
shipment to Philips. Philips will pay the shipping costs
when returning a product to you.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY AND REMEDY...
PHILIPS IS NOT LIABLE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, HOWSOEVER INCURRED, EVEN IF
NOTIFIED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LOCAL LAW,
THE REMEDIES PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT ARE YOUR SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO
HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM
STATE/PROVINCE TO STATE/PROVINCE.
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 Philips.
• 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 Philips. In countries where Philips does not distribute the product,
the local Philips service organization will attempt to
exchange the product, although there may be a delay
if the appropriate product is not readily available.
MAKE SURE YOU KEEP...
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 packing material in case
you need to return your product.
TO EXCHANGE YOUR PRODUCT IN THE
U.S.A., PUERTO RICO, OR U.S. VIRGIN
ISLANDS...
FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS STATED PREVIOUSLY IN THE “WHAT IS COVERED” SECTION, OR REFER TO THE EXCHANGE
INSTRUCTIONS ON THE NEXT PAGE.
IN THE U.S.A., PUERTO RICO, AND U.S. VIRGIN
ISLANDS, ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF NONINFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMED, AND TO THE
EXTENT INCONSISTENT WITH LAW OF THE
LOCALITY OF THE USER, LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS EXPRESS
WARRANTY. BECAUSE SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN
IMPLIED WARRANTY MAY LAST, THIS LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
TO EXCHANGE A PRODUCT IN CANADA...
Please contact Philips at:
1-800-661-6162 (French Speaking)
1-800-531-0039 (English or Spanish Speaking)
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 #__________________________________
Philips, P.O. Box 520890, Miami, FL 33152 (402) 536-4171
EL6478E003 / 3-02
Limited Warranty (cont’d) 55
EXCHANGE INSTRUCTIONS
To exchange your product with Philips (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 Philips at 1-800-531-0039 to determine the preset cost for exchange.
• If you do not have your original sales receipt, or if you have any questions, call Philips at 1-800-531-0039.
To obtain a replacement product from Philips:
1. Contact Philips at 1-800-531-0039 to determine the cost for exchange.
2. Complete the Exchange Form below.
3. 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 Philips at 1-800-531-0039.
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:
Philips Recovery Center
Rojas 6
12420 Mercantile Avenue
El Paso, TX 79928
ATTENTION: DVD PLAYER EXCHANGE
A replacement will be sent to you via UPS within 48 business hours of Philips’ receipt of the product.
*When it is necessary for you to ship the product to Philips for exchange, you will pay the shipping costs for shipment
to Philips. Philips will pay the shipping costs when returning a product to you.
EXCHANGE FORM
Your Address (street address to which replacement should be delivered, no
P.O. boxes allowed):
Name:
Street Address:
Apt. #:
City:
State/Province:
Zip Code/Postal Code:
Phone (day):
Phone (night):
Exchange Fee:
+ Sales Tax:
= Total:
Method 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 paper if necessary:
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
Model Number
Serial Number
Remember, the return box should include the following:
• Accessories supplied with the
• The product,
product, and
• Completed Exchange Form and
• Payment, if applicable.
sales receipt,
56 Information Index
AC power cord . . . . . .10-14 JPEG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33-34
ALL (Digital output) . . . . .41
Analog audio setup .40, 43-44 Language codes . . . . . . . . .53
ANGLE button . . . . . .16, 23 Language settings
Arrow 341 2
Audio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
buttons . . . . . . . . .16, 19, 21 Disc menu . . . . . . . . . . . .27
AUDIO button . . . . . .16, 25 Player display . . . . . . . . . .45
AUDIO OUT jacks 10-13, 18 Subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Letter Box . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Battery installation . . . . . . .8 Limited warranty . . . . .54-55
BRIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36 LPCM OUTPUT . . . . . . . .42
Camera angle . . . . . . . . . .23
Chapter selection . . . . . . .19
Cleaning discs . . . . . . . . . . .6
Closed Captions . . . . . . . .46
COAXIAL jack .14, 18, 41-42
COLOR . . . . . . . . . . . .36-37
Color systems . . . . . . . .7, 38
Component Video . . . .12, 39
CONTRAST . . . . . . . .36-37
Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Digital Audio Setup . . . . . .41
Digital Output . . . . . . . . . .41
Disc compartment . . . . . .17
Disc lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
DISC MENU button . .16, 19
Disc menus . . . . . . . . . . . .19
DISPLAY button . .16, 19, 22,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-26
Downmix . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Dynamic Range Control
(D.R.C.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
Environmental information .4
Exchange . . . . . . . . . . .54-55
Fast forward/fast reverse . .21
Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Frame-by-frame play . . . .22
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Hookups . . . . . . . . . . . .9-14
Component Video . . . . . .12
Composite/CVBS . . . . . .11
Progressive Scan . . . . . . .12
RF Modulator . . . . . . . . .10
TV and Analog Stereo . . .13
TV and Digital Stereo . . .14
TV has ANTENNA IN
or RF IN jack only . . . . . .10
MAINS (AC Power) 10-14, 18
MP3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33-34
MP3/JPEG NAV . . . . . . . . .33
MUTE button . . . . . . . . . .16
REPEAT button . . .16, 24, 34
Repeat A-B . . . . . . . . . . . .24
REPEAT A-B button . . .16, 24
RETURN/TITLE button . . .19
Safety information . . . . . .4-5
Scan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Screen saver . . . . . . . . . . .47
Slow motion . . . . . . . . . . .21
Smart Play . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
SOFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Sound mode . . . . . . . . . . .43
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . .52
STANDARD . . . . . . . . . . .36
Still picture . . . . . . . . . . . .22
STOP button . . . . . . . .16-17
SUBTITLE button . . . .16, 26
Subtitles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
SYSTEM MENU button . . .16
Navigator . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Next ¢ button . . . .16, 19
NTSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 38
Number buttons . . . . .16, 19 3D SOUND . . . . . . . . . . .44
Time search . . . . . . . . . . . .22
OK button . . . . . . . . . . . .16 TINT . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36-37
OPEN/CLOSE button . . . .17 Title menus . . . . . . . . . . . .19
OSD LANGUAGE . . . . . .45 Track selection . . . . . . . . .19
TV display . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Package contents . . . . . . . . .6 TV type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
PAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7, 38
PanScan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 VIDEO Out jack . . .10, 11, 18
Parental levels . . . . . . . . . .30 Virtual Remote . . . . . . . . .20
Parental password . . . . . . .28
PAUSE button . . . . . . . . . .16 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . .54-55
PCM ONLY . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Widescreen (16:9) . . . . . .35
PERSONAL . . . . . . . . .36-37
Picture setting . . . . . . .36-37 Y Pb Pr jacks . . . . .12, 18, 39
PLAY button . . . . . . . . .16-17
Playable discs . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Zoom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
POWER button . . . . . .16-17 ZOOM button . . . . . . .16, 23
Preview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
PREVIEW button . .17, 19, 32
Previous 4
button . . . . . . . . . . . . .16, 19
Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Progressive Scan . . . . .12, 39
Quick disc playback . . . . . .15
Rear panel . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Reduce . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Region codes . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Remote control battery . . .8
Remote control . . . . . . . . .16
Repeat . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 34
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