DENON
DVD HOME ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM
5-102
Ownerls Manual
Manuel de IIUtilisateur
Manual del usuario
ENGLISH
FRANCAIS
ESPANOL
o SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
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CAUTION:
TO REDUCETHE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE
COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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The lightning flash with arrowh.ead symbol, within an equilateral
triangle, is intended to alert the user to the presence of
uninsulated "dangerous voltage" within the product's enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric
shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended
to alert the user to the presence of important operating
and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
WARNING:
FCC INFORMATION (For US customers)
1. PRODUCT
This product complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this product may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) this product must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
2. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS PRODUCT
This product. when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modification not expressly approved by
DENON may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
3. NOTE
This product 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 product 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 product does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the product OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the product into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product or an experienced radiofTV technician for help.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Cet appareil numerique de la classe Best conforme a la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSETHISAPPLIANCETO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
o LASER SAFETY
CLASS II LASER PRODUCT
CAUTION:
VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION WHEN OPEN.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
LOCATION: INSIDE, NEARTHE DVD DRIVE MECHANISM.
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT
IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
THIS PRODUCT SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY
ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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o Copyrights I Droits d'auteur I Derechos de Autor
• It is prohibited by law to reproduce. broadcast. rent or play discs in public without the consent of the copyright holder.
• La reproduction, la diffusion. la location, Ie pret ou la lecture publique de ces disques sont interdits sans Ie consentement du detenteur des
droits d'auteur.
• De acuerdo con las leyes esta prohibido reproducir. emitir, alquilar 0 interpretar discos en publico sin la autorizaci6n del propietario de los
derechos de autor.
ESPANOL FRANCAIS
ENGLISH
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read
before the product is operated.
Retain Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be
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retained for future reference.
3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the product and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4. Follow Instructions - All operating and use instructions should be followed.
5 Cleaning - Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not
use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Attachments - Do not use attachments not recommended by the product
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manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture - Do not use this product near water - for example,
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near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub; in a wet basement;
or near a swimming pool; and the like.
Accessories - Do not place this product on an unstable cart. stand, tripod,
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bracket. or table. The product may fall, causing serious injury to a child or
adult, ollU serious damage to the product. Use only with a cart, stand,
tripod, bracket. or table recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the
product. Any mounting of the product should
follow the manufacturer's instructions, and should
use a mounting accessory recommended by the
manufacturer.
A product and cart combination should be moved
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with care. Quick stops, excessive force, and
uneven surfaces may cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
10. Ventilation - Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for ventilation
and to ensure reliable operation of the product and to protect it from
overheating, and these openings must not be blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa,
rug, or other similar surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided
or the manufacturer's instructions have been adhered to.
11 Power Sources - This product should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type
of power supply to your home, consult your product dealer or local power
company. For products intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
12. Grounding or Polarization - This product may be equipped with a polarized
alternating-current line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other).
This plug will fit into the power outlet only one way. This is a safety feature.
If you are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet. try reversing the
plug. If the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace your
obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized plug.
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ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810·20)
_ _ _ POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250. PART H)
13. Power-Cord Protection - Power-supply cords should be routed so that they
are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against
them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles,
and the point where they exit from the product.
14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding - If an outside antenna or cable system is
connected to the product, be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded
so as to provide some protection against voltage surges and built-up static
charges. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size
of grounding conductors, location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the grounding electrode. See
Figure A.
15. Lightning - For added protection for this product during a lightning storm,
or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it
from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will
prevent damage to the product due to lightning enrl power-line surges.
16. Power Lines - An outside antenna system should not be located in the
vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric light or power circuits, or
where it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When installing an outside
antenna system, extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such
power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
17. Overloading - Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral
convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
18. Object and Liquid Entry - Never push objects of any kind into this product
through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out
parts that could result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind
on the product.
19. Servicing - Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or
removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
20 Damage Requiring Service - Unplug this product from the wall outlet
and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
bl If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the product,
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,
dl If the product does not operate normally by following the operating
instructions. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating
instructions as an improper adjustment of other controls may result in
damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to its normal operation,
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way, and
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance - this
indicates a need for service.
21. Replacement Parts - When replacement parts are required, be sure the
service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer
or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized
substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
22. Safety Check - Upon completion of any service or repairs to this product.
ask the service technician to perform safety checks to determine that the
product is in proper operating condition.
23. Wall or Ceiling Mounting - The product should be mounted to a wall or
ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
24. Heat - The product should be situated away from heat sources such as
radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products lincluding amplifiers) that
produce heat.
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FRANCAIS
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o NOTE ON USE I OBSERVATIONS RELATIVES A l'UTILISATION
• Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when
• Keep the unit free from moisture, water,
and dust,
• Proteger rappareil contre I'humidite, I'eau
et la poussiere.
• Mantenga el equipo libre de humedad,
agua y paiva.
• Do not let foreign objects into the unit.
• Ne pas laisser des objets etrangers dans
I'appareil.
• No deje objetos extranos dentro del
equipo.
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installed in a rack.
• Eviter des temperatures elevees.
Tenir compte d'une dispersion de chaleur
suffisante lors de I'installation sur une
atagere.
• Evite altas temperaturas.
Permite la suficiente dispersion del calor
cuando esta instalado en la consola.
f - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I • Unplug the power cord when not using the
unit for long periods of time.
• Debrancher Ie cordon d'alimentation
lorsque I'appareil n'est pas utilise pendant
de longues periodes.
• Desconecte el cord6n de energia cuando
no utilice el equipo por mucho tiempo.
• Handle the power cord carefully.
Hold the plug when unplugging the cord,
• ManipuJer Ie cordon d'alimentation avec
precaution.
Tenir la prise lars du debranchement du
cordon.
• Maneje el cordon de energia can cuidado.
Sostenga el enchufe cuando desconecte el
cordon de energia.
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• Do not let insecticides, benzene, and
thinner come in contact with the unit.
• Ne pas menre en contact des insecticides,
du benzene et un diluant avec l'appareil.
• No permita el contacto de insecticidas,
gasolina y diluyentes con el equipo.
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• Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
• Ne pas obstruer les trous d'aeration.
• No obstruya los orificios de venti lacion.
• Never disassemble or modify the unit In
any way.
• Ne jamais demonter au modifier l'appareil
d'une maniere ou d'une autre.
• Nunca desarme a modifique el equipo de
ninguna manera.
Contents
@etting Started.
Accessories
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Cautions on Handling
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System Configuration
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Cautions on Installation
Other Cautions................
Discs
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Discs usable on the S-102·
Holding Discs
Loading Discs..
Cautions on Loading Discs .. · ·
Cautions on Handling
Cautions on Storing Discs·
Cleaning Discs
About the Remote Control Unit........
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Inserting the Batteries
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Operating Range of the Remote Control Unit·
Part Names and Functions....
Front Panel
Display
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Rear Panel·
Bottom Panel (Subwoofer)
Remote Control Unit
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IConnectiQns"
Preparations
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Cables Used for Connections·
Connecting the System· .. ·· ···· ·.. ··· .. ·· .. ··
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Connecting the Monitor.. ·
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Connecting Equipment with HDMI connectors
· 11. 12
Connecting the Playback Components .. ·
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Control Dock for iPod
TVTuner
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Satellite Receiver .. ·.. ·· .. ·· .. ···· ····· .. · ·· ·.. ·.. ·· ·.. ·· .. ··
Connections to Other Devices
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Antenna Terminals .. ·
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Once Connections are Completed
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IPlayback
' 'Operations
'.11\1 Operations
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Example of Display of Default Values·
Menu Map
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/Setup
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LANGUAGE SETUP ..
D OSD LANGUAGE
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fJ DIALOG
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II SUBTITLE ..
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II DISC MENU .. ·
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VIDEO SETUP
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D HDMI SETUP·
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fJ TV ASPECT· · · ·
IITVTYPE·····
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II PROGRESSIVE MODE·
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g SQUEEZE M O D E ·
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AUDIO SETUp·
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D SPEAKER SETUp·
fJ INPUT MODE
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RATINGS .. ·
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D RATING LEVEL
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fJ PASSWORD
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OTHER SETUP
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D CAPTIONS·
fJ WALL PAPER ..........
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II DISPLAY ..
II SLIDE SHOW .. ·
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g AUTO POWER MODE ..
II SCREEN SAVER·
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TIMER SETUP·
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D ONCE TIMER
fJ EVERYTIMER
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II CLOCK SETUP·
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Preparations
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Turning the Power On
Loading Discs..
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Input source switching..............
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Adjusting the Master Volume
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Playing a DVD/Music CD Disc
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Using the Top Menu/DVD Menu (DVD Video)
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Switching the Audio Language, Subtitle Language and Angle
(DVD Video)
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22
Using the Playback Control Function (DVD Video}
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Playing Frame by Frame (DVD Video)
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Slow Playback (DVD Video)
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Playing in the Zoom Mode (DVD Video) ...
Playing Repeatedly <Repeat playback>
(DVD Video/Music CD) ...
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Playing Tracks in the Desired Order <Program>
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(Music CD)
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Playing Random Order <Random playback>
(Music CD) ..
23
Playing Music Files · ·..
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Before Playing MP3 or WMA Files·
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Creating MP3 and WMA Files Compatible with the S-102
Playing MP3 or WMA Files
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Playing Still Picture Files (JPEG format) .... ·
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Creating JPEG Files Compatible on the S-102
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Playing JPEG Files.. ... .... .........
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Playing Picture CD/Fujicolor CD
Enjoying Surround Sound·
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Set the Input Mode....
Selecting Surround Mode
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Set the Surround Parameter
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Playing Dolby Digital/DTS Multi-Channel Sources
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(Digital input only) .
Playing Dolby Digital/PCM/Analog 2-Channel Sources
27
Listening in the Dolby Headphone Mode
27
Listening to Radio Broadcasts..............
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Tuning in Broadcast Stations
Naming the Currently Tuned in Broadcast Station and
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Automatically Presetting FM Stations (Auto preset)
Listening to Preset Stations....
iPod® Playback
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Listening to Music·
Viewing Still Pictures
(Only for iPods Equipped with the Photo Function) ..
Disconnecting the iPod ..
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Playing a Portable Audio
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On-Screen Display .. ·
Using the Disc Information Screen
(DVD Video/Music CD) ..
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Using the Multi-Function Screen (DVDVideo)·
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Setting the Sleep Timer
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Other Functions
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Adjusting the Tone
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Turning the Sound Off Temporarily (Muting)
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Convenient Functions
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Personal Memory Plus Function
31
Last Function Memory........ ..
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Backup Memory·
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Auto Power On · ·
Resetting the Microprocessor.. · ·..
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Getting Started
Thank you for purchasing this DENON product. To ensure proper
operation, please read these owner's manual carefully befor~ using
the product.
After reading them, be sure to keep them for future reference.
Accessories
Check that the following parts are supplied with the product.
CD Remote control (RC-1073) .
IRemote eontrol Unit Openrtions
Setting the preset memory function
Operating a component stored in the preset memory
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Setting the punch through function..
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ITroubleshooting
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ISpecifications·
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List of preset codes
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Cautions on Handling
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(1) R6P/AA batteries
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2
Q) System cable (D-SUB25P) (Cord length: Approx. 10 ft/3 m) 1
® Speaker cable (Cord length: Approx. 16 ft/5 m)
2
® Video cable (Cord length: Approx. 5 ft/1.5 m)
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® AM loop antenna
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(j) FM indoor antenna
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® Speaker stand
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® Screw..........
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@ Hex wrench.
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Qj) Anti slip pads..
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@ Owner's manual (with Quick setup sheet)
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@ Service station list...
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(j3) Warranty (for North America model only)
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• Before turning the power switch on
Check once again that all connections are correct and that there are
no problems with the connection cables.
• Power is supplied to some of the circuitry even when the unit is
set to the standby mode. When traveling or leaving home for long
periods of time, be sure to unplug the power cord from the power
outlet.
• Sufficiently ventilate the place of installation
If the unit is left in a room full of the smoke from cigarettes, etc., for
long periods of time, the surface of the optical pickup could get dirty,
in which case it will not be able to read the signals properly.
• About condensation
If there is a major difference in temperature between the inside of
the unit and the surroundings, condensation (dew) may form on
the operating parts inside the unit, causing the unit not to operate
properly.
If this happens, let the unit sit for an hour or two with the power
turned off and wait until there is little difference in temperature
before using the unit.
• Cautions on using mobile phones
Using a mobile phone near this unit may result in noise. If so, move
the mobile phone away from this unit when it is in use.
• Moving the unit
Turn off the power and unplug the power cord from the power
outlet.
Next, disconnect the connection cables to other system units before
moving the unit.
• Note that the illustrations in these instructions may differ from the
actual unit for explanation purposes.
System Configuration
Speaker
Unit name: 5C-5102
Sub woofer
Unit name: DSW-5102
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Cautions on Installation
Note:
For proper heat dispersal. do not install this unit in a confined
space. such as a bookcase or similar enclosure,
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• Be sure to fasten the speaker cords to a wall, etc., to
prevent people from tripping over them or otherwise
pulling on them accidentally, causing the speaker ~
systems to fall.
• Be sure to check for safety after installing the speaker systems.
Afterwards, perform safety inspections at regular intervals to be
sure there is no danger that the speaker systems will fall. DENON
will accept no responsibility for damages or accidents caused by
inappropriate choice of the place of installation or improper installation
procedures.
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i(dJ The quality of the sound produced from the speaker is affected
by the size and type of the room, as well as by the method of
installation. Consider the points listed below before installing the
speaker.
• Placing speakers on the same stand or shelf as the record player
could result in howling.
• If there is a wall, glass door, etc., behind or to the sides of the
speakers, resonance and reflections can be prevented by using a
thick curtain, etc.
• The speakers are of the shielded type. With some TVs, however,
placing the speakers near the TV could cause color blotching on the
TV's picture. If this happens, turn the TV's power off, move it away,
wait 15 to 30 minutes, then turn the TV's power back on. If the color
blotching persists, move the speakers further away.
• Mount on a wall sufficiently sturdy to bear the weight of the
speaker. Note that DENON will except no responsibility whatsoever
for damages or accidents caused by the speaker falling.
• To ensure safety, have a specialist install the speakers on the wall.
• Be sure to fasten the speaker connection cables to the wall, etc.,
so that you do not get your feet or hands caught in them, causing
the set to fall.
• Place the subwoofer on a flat floor to prevent accidents due to the
subwoofer tipping over.
• Do not place a record player, CD player or other such device on top
of the subwoofer.
• Do not set the subwoofer with the baffle surface against the
floor. Doing so will prevent you from achieving satisfactory sound
effects.
• Switching the input function when input terminals are not
connected.
A clicking noise may be produced if the input function is switched
when nothing is connected to the input terminals. If this happens,
either turn down the VOLUME control knob or connect components
to the input terminals.
• When watching TV broadcasts with the 5-102's power turned on,
depending on the conditions of the TV broadcast's signals, striped
patterns may appear on the picture. This is not a malfunction of the
5-102 or the TV. Turn the S-102's power off when watching TV.
• Note that if a magnet or a piece of furniture or equipment using
magnets is placed nearby, interaction with the S-102 could result in
color blotching on the TV.
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• This product uses a semiconductor laser. To ensure stable operation,
it is recommended to use the product indoors at a temperature of 5
°C (41°F) - 35°C (95 OF).
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* 1 : DVD ± R/DVD ±RW discs recorded on a DVD recorder in the
Discs
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Digital picture
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Do not touch the signal surface.
I Loading Discs
• Set the disc with the labeled side facing up.
• Make sure the disc tray is fully open when inserting the disc.
• Place the discs flatly, 12 cm discs in the outer tray guide (Figure 1). 8
cm discs in the inner tray guide (Figure 2).
Digital picture
(JPEG)
12cm
Digital picture
(JPEG)
12cm
Digital audio
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Holding Discs
The following types of discs cannot be played on the S-102:
• DVD videos with region numbers other than "1" or "ALL'
• DVD-ROM/RAM (For DVD ROM discs)
• CD-ROMs (Only JPEG / MP3/WMA)
• VCD /VSDs / CVD / SVCD
• CDV (only the audio portion can be played)
• CD-Gs (only the audio portion can be playedl
• Photo CDs (NEVER play such discs on the S-102)
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video mode and finalized can be played on the 5-102.
Note, however, that in some cases the discs may not play
properly, depending on their recording conditions.
Discs that have not been finalized or DVD ± R/DVD ±RW discs
recorded in the VR mode or in CPRM cannot be played.
2 DVD+R DL.lDual Layer) cannot be played.
3 : DVD-RW discs recorded in the VR mode and finalized can be
played.
4 : According to recording quality, some CD-R/RW cannot be
played.
CD-R/CD-RW discs recorded and finalized can be played on the
S-102.
* Playing discs with special shapes
could damage the set. Do not use
such discs.
DVD players and DVD video discs have region
numbers (numbers assigned for different regions of
the world).
The numbers must match or the discs cannot be
played.
The Region number for this DVD video player is 1.
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• Recordings you have made should only be used for your personal
enjoyment. and as per copyright laws may not be used in other ways
without permission of the copyright holder.
• Do not play CD-R/CD-RW discs containing files in formats other than
music CD (CD-DA format), MP3, WMA JPEG. Depending on the
type of file, the set may malfunction or be damaged.
• Place 8 cm discs in the inner tray guide without using an adapter.
• "STOP" is displayed if a disc that cannot be played is loaded.
• "OhOOmOOs" is displayed if the disc is loaded upside-down or if no
disc is loaded.
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Do not push the disc tray in by hand when the power is turned off.
Doing so could damage the set.
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CCautiOA$ on loading -Discs
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I I Cleaning Discs
• Only load one disc at a time. Loading two or more discs can damage
the unit or scratch the discs.
• Do not use cracked or warped discs or discs that have been repaired
with adhesive, etc.
• Do not use discs on which the sticky part of cellophane tape or labels
is exposed or on which there are traces of where labels have been
removed. Such discs can get caught inside the player and damage
it.
• Do not get fingerprints, oil or dirt on discs.
• Take special care not to scratch discs when removing them from
their cases.
• Do not bend or heat discs.
• Do not enlarge the hole at the center.
• Do not write on the labeled (printed) surface with ball-point pens,
pencils, etc., or stick new labels on discs.
• Water droplets may form on discs if they are moved suddenly from a
cold place (outdoors for example) to a warm place, but do not try to
dry them off using a hairdryer, etc.
I· Cautions on Storing Discs
• Be sure to remove discs after using them.
o Be sure to store discs in their cases to protect them from dust,
scratches, warping, etc.
o Do not store discs in the following places:
1. Places exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time
2. Dusty or humid places
3. Places exposed to heat from heating appliances, etc.
Replace the batteries with new ones if the set does not operate even
when the remote control unit is operated close to the unit.
o The supplied batteries are only for verifying operation.
• When inserting the batteries, be sure to do so in the proper direction,
following the "~" and "8" marks in the battery compartment.
• To prevent damage or leakage of battery fluid:
• Do not use a new battery together with an old one.
• Do not use two different types of batteries.
• Do not attempt to charge dry batteries.
o Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of batteries in
flames.
• If the battery fluid should leak, carefully wipe the fluid off the inside
of the battery compartment and insert new batteries.
• Remove the batteries from the remote control unit if it will not be in
use for long periods.
• When replacing the batteries, have the new batteries ready and
insert them as quickly as passible.
o
• If there are fingerprints or dirt on discs, wipe them off before using
the disc. Fingerprints and dirt can impair sound quality and cause
interruptions in playback.
o Use a commercially available disc cleaning set or a soft cloth to clean
discs.
Do not wipe with a circular
motion.
Gently wipe the disc from the
inside towards the outside.
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Operating Range of the Remote Cont~1
Do not use record spray, antistatic agents, or benzene, thinner or other
solvents.
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CI>
Load the two batteries properly
as indicated by the marks in the
battery compartment.
-ne$i.
The set may function improperly or the remote control unit may not
operate if the remote control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight,
strong artificial light from an inverter type fluorescent lamp or infrared
light.
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About the Remote Control Unit
Slide the rear lid in the
direction of the arrow and
remove it.
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Point the remote control unit at the remote sensor when operating it.
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Put the rear cover back on.
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Part Names and Functions
Display
For buttons not explained here, see the page indicated in parentheses ( ).
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(the play indicator) lights when a disc is
playing, and II (the pause mode) is set.
f) Disc section indicator································ (21 )
•
o Power operation button
(ON/STANDBY)
.
f) Portable jack··
•
FUNCTION button
o Display
o Remote control sensor······················
o Audyssey Dynamic EQ indicator
o VOLUME control knob
6
.... (20)
........ (20)
········(20)
(5)
(36)
(20)
o Headphones jack
o Skip buttons (I+lil, ~)
Tuning/Preset buttons (+, -)
4D> Play/Pause button (~II)··
G) Stop/band button (_ BAND)
.
(27)
(21)
(27)
(21)
(21)
4B Disc tray······················
(4)
~ Disc tray open/close button (~)
(4)
Reception mode indicator
o Tone indicator··
o Information display
(19)
.
(36)
4D> Dolby Virtual Speaker mode indicator
G) Input signal indicators ..
.
(27)
(31)
4B Dolby Headphone mode indicator
(27)
~ Play mode indicator······
(23)
o Remote control signal reception
f) Master volume indicator
.
(27)
Various information is displayed here, depending
on the operation mode.
indicator··
o Timer indicator··
o HDCD indicator···· .
(5)
(20)
4Il Disc indicator···
G9 Progressive output indicator
~ HDMI output indicator
(27)
(4)
···(11)
·(11)
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~onnectors
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(COMPONENT~~DEE~connectors
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.
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f) (ANALOG AUDIO
IN) ..... 10 connectors
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(
Digital
audio
o AUX1
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Jack·········
OPTICAL DIGITA connectors
o FM/AM
LIN)
.
antenna t
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(ANTENNA) ......... ermmals
WSYSTEM
(SYSTEMconnector
CONNECTOR)· .
(12)
(12)
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connector
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1101
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.... (10)
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Front
ORear
o Signal transmission indicator
f) External device power button··
e TV input selector button
o Function button··
o PLAY button
o STILl/PAUSE (II) button
(32)
(33)
(32)
(20)
(~)
8
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.
(21)
(21)
SKIP (
, ~) buttons
CHANNEL +, - buttons
A
V
e
.
o TOP MENU button
(21)
(27, 28)
..
(21)
ai> Cursor buttons (6 V' <J C»
4D DISPLAY button .. ·
CD HOME button
Ql Remote control
(14)
···
(30)
(14)
signal transmitter
(5)
~ ON/STANDBY button·
(20)
~ SUB WOOFER LEVEL button
Adjust the subwoofer volume level.
«II SLEEP button
4» HDMI button·
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l:
(31 )
(12)
~ STOP (_) button········································· (21)
~
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4il Dolby virtual speaker/STEREO button
II>
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o
..... (26)
~ Master volume control buttons
(VOLUME)··········
~.
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(20)
~ Muting button (MUTE)
.. (31)
i) MENu/GUIDE b u t t o n · ·
@l ENTER button .. ········ .. ···· .. ·
.. (21)
fll RETURN button
(14)
(14)
~ SOURCE CONTROL switch..
... (32)
To operate the S-102. set to the "DVD / CD /
FM/AM / iPod" position.
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If buttons on the front or rear are pressed strongly, the button on the opposite side will be activated too.
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e SEARCH (
, ~) buttons
TUNING +, - buttons
o SUBTITLE/PTY button
e Character/Number..
o CLEAR button .. ·..............
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o CALL button.. .
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f) AUDIO/RDS button·
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SURROUND button..
e SURROUND PARAMETER button
o ANGLE/CT button· ...
.
(19)
.
(26)
(27)
.. .. (22)
ai> ZOOM/RT button
4D RANDOM button .. · ...... ·..
CD REPEAT button
.
Ql PROGRAM button..
.
~ TONE button··
(22)
(23)
..
~ MEMO button···
(23)
(31)
~ Cursor buttons (6 V' <J C»
«II ENTER button..
4» RETURN button
(23)
(14)
..
.
(14)
(14)
(28)
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Preparations
I Cables Used for Connections
Connections
Connections for all compatible audio and video signal fonnats are
described in these operating instructions. Please select the types
of connections suited for the equipment you are connecting.
With some types of connections, certain settings must be made
on the 5-102. For details, refer to the instructions for the respective
connection items below.
Select the cables according to the equipment being connected.
Audio cables
Component video connections
(Green) ~
Optical digital connections
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• Do not plug in the power supply cord until all connections have been
completed.
• When making connections, also refer to the owner's manual of the
other components.
• Be sure to connect the left and right channels properly (left with left,
right with right) .
• Do not bundle power supply cords together with connection cables.
Doing so can result in humming or noise.
~(Y)
(Red) ~
Analog connections (stereo)
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Stereo pin-plug cable
S-Video cable
(Yellow)
Refer to the procedure below if you want to switch to a different
speaker cable. This example describes how to mount the" +" side
cable to the connector. Mount the "-" side cable in the same way.
'fum the hexagonal wrench in the direction of arrow
B to loosen the cable.
3
Pullout the old cable, (Arrow C)
~ (PRlCR)
5-Video connections
Video connections
1
2
~
,
Component video cable
(White) ~
~
(Red) ~
~
To change the speaker cable
Insert the included hexagonal wrench into the hole at
the top of the connector's "+" side. (Arrow A)
Vl
~ (PB/CB)
(Blue) ~
Optical transmission cable
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Video cables
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Audio signal:
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llnput
I
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Video signal:
Input
r
Output
Output
t
Input
Audio and video cables
1
Input
HDMI connections
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19-pin HDMI cable
Output
* Be
careful not to leave any broken wire parts inside the
connector.
4
Peel off the cable's sheath and insert the new cable.
(Arrow D)
5
'fum the hexagonal wrench in the direction of Arrow
E and tighten securely so that the cable cannot be
pulled out.
* If the polarities are inverted, the phase
may be off and the bass sound may
~~u:isSing, resulting in an unnatural
~
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Pr'OteCWrcircuit
Connecting the System
A home theater can be achieved easily using the included cables to connect the DVD surround receiver
(ADV-S102l, subwoofer (DSW-S102l, speakers (SC-S102) and your TV set.
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The set includes
a built-in clock
function. Connect
the set's power
cord to a wall
power outlet to
which power is
always supplied.
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(L)
(R)
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[Q]
White
Red
To household
power outlet
(AC 120V, 60 Hz)
The protection circuit will be activated in the
following cases:
• When the speaker output is short-circuited
• When the temperature around the set is
extremely high
• When the set is used for long periods of time
with a high output and the internal temperature
rises
When the protection circuit is activated, the
speaker output is cut off and the power supply
indicator flashes. Should this occur, please follow
these steps: be sure to switch off the power of
this unit, check whether there are any faults with
the wiring of the speaker cables or input cables,
and wait for the unit to cool down if it is very hot.
Improve the ventilation condition around the unit
and switch the power back on.
If the protection circuit is activated again even
though there are no problems with the wiring
or the ventilation around the unit, switch off the
power and contact a DENON service center.
Note on speaker impedance
Speaker cable
I ADV-S102 I
Speaker cable
TV
Video cable
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• Connect the set's video output directly to the TV. Do not connect it via a VCR (video cassette recorder).
Some discs contain copy prohibit signals, and the picture could be disturbed if such discs are played via
aVCR.
• Insert the plugs securely. Incomplete connections will result in the generation of noise.
• Do not unplug the power cord while the set is operating.
• When connecting system cables and speaker cables, first lay them out sideways. When laying them out
take care not to damage them.
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If speakers with an impedance below the specified
impedance (4 O!ohms) are used (for example,
speakers with an impedance of 3 O/ohms) with
the volume turned up high for long periods of
time, the temperature may rise, activating the
protective circuit.
When the protection circuit is activated, the output
to the speakers is cut off and the power indicator
blinks. If this happens, unplug the power supply
cord, wait for the set to cool off and improve
ventilation around the unit. Also check the wiring
of the input cables and the speaker cables. After
doing this, plug the power supply cord back in and
turn the unit's power back on.
If the protection circuit is activated again even
though there are no problems with the wiring
or the ventilation around the unit, switch off the
power and contact a DENON service center.
IMOuntil1SJ' the ~r stand"aja bracket]
* Be sure to tighten the screws completely.
* Also be careful when installing.
Wall
L---()
()
Stick the cushion pad here. (Included)
* When placing the speaker system (5C-5102) on a
stand, etc., stick the included cushion pads at the
two corners of the bottom surface.
(Refer to the illustration above.1
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Connecting the Monitor
Connecting Equipment with HDMI Connectors
Select and connect using one of the video cables below according to the TV's terminals. The terminals
provide playback with different picture qualities, in the following order (from highest to lowest):
Q)HDMI terminals, @Component video terminals, a>S-Video terminals, @Video terminals
-----VIDEO - - - - -
III. ~
HOMI
[@1
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• When playing multichannel sources, the audio output is downmixed to two channels for output. In
addition, the sampling frequency is lowered to 48 kHz.
- Video signals are not output properly when using devices that are not HDCP-compatible.
-Use a cable on which the HDMI logo is indicated (a certified HDMI product) for connection to the HDMI
connector. Normal playback may not be possible when using a cable other than one on which the HDMI
logo is indicated (a non-HDMI-certified product).
- The audio signals output from the HDMI connector (sampling frequency, bit rate, etc.) may be restricted
by the connected device.
Monitor
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Digital video and digital audio can both be connected using a single HDMI cable.
I§l I§l I§l
If the connected TV is only compatible with DVI-D terminals, use an HDMI/DVI conversion cable.
-
When connecting with an HDMIIDVI converter cable (adapter)
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• HDMI video signals are theoretically compatible with the DVI format.
When connecting to a TV, etc., equipped with a DVI-D terminal, connection is possible using an HDMI/
DVI converter cable, but depending on the combination of components in some cases the video signals
will not be output.
• When connecting using an HDMI/DVI converter adapter, the video signals may not be output properly
due to poor connections with the connected cable, etc.
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Switching the video output format
Set the HDMI/PROGRESSIVE/INTERLACED switch on the rear panel according to the video output format
of the TV connected to the set.
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Be sure to turn the power off before operating the switch.
- The component video terminals may be indicated differently on yourTV For details, see the TV's operating
instructions.
- When PROGRESSIVE is set. picture cannot be output from VIDEO OUT/S-VIDEO OUT
Condition of signals
from the 5-102's HOMI
output terminal
HOMI-compatible
monitor
Both video and audio
output
OVI-O-compatible
monitor
(HOCP compatible)
Only video output
*
OVI-O-compatible
monitor
(HOCP non
compatible)
Neither video nor audio
output
*: Only output when video signals are of RGB format.
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Copyright protection system
I
In order to play the digital video and audio signals of a DVD Video disc using HDMI connections, both the
connected DVD player andTV must be equipped for a copyright protection system called "HDCP" (Highbandwidth Digital Content Protection).
HDCP is a copy protection technology consisting of data encoding and mutual identification of the
devices. The S-102 is HDCP-compatible. Check the operating instructions of your TV to see if they are
compatible.
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Connect the cables to be used.
TV tuner
- - VIDEO - - - - AUDIO--
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Setting the HOMI output resolution
Set the resolution of the video signals output from the HDMI output terminal to a resolution with which the
connected devices are compatible. Press HOM I on the remote control unit to select.
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480p/576p - - nop --1080i - - 1080p - - AUTO ~
Connecting the Playback Components
Carefully check the left (L) and right (R) channels and the inputs and outputs, and be sure to interconnect
correctly.
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Use a DENON Control Dock for iPod (ASD1R, sold separately) to connect the iPod to
the S-102.
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..............
.......;..............._
Connect the cables to be used.
ASD·1R
DBS / BS tuner
- - VIDEO - - - - A U D I O - -
• When using the Control Dock for iPod,
certain settings must be made on the
Control Dock for iPod. For details, refer
to the Control Dock for iPod's operating
instructions.
• When using an iPod, refer to "iPod®
Playback" ((Fpage 29)
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Connect to "AUX1 " when using the OPTICAL terminal for the digital audio input.
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Connections to Other Devices
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AM/FM
1
750/ ohms
Coaxial cable
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AM loop antenna
(Supplied)
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Direction of broadcasting station
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An F-type FM antenna cable plug can be connected directly.
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Remove the vinyl tie and take out the connection
line.
Connect to the AM antenna terminals.
Bend in the reverse direction.
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White
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a. With the antenna on top any stable
surface.
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Installation hole Mount on wall, etc
Connection of AM antennas
1. Push the
lever.
Ground
AM outdoor antenna
Note to CATV system installer:
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system installer's
attention to Article 820-40 of the NEC which provides guidelines for
proper grounding and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the building, as
close to the point of cable entry as practical.
2. Insert the
conductor.
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3. Return the
lever.
¢
~
-N'U• Do not connect two FM antennas simultaneously.
• Even if an external AM antenna is used, do not disconnect the AM
loop antenna.
• Make sure the AM loop antenna lead terminals do not touch metal
parts of the panel.
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Menu Map
Menu Operations
~...........•.. ~
•
With the S-102, settings and operations for most functions can be
performed by operating while looking at the menus displayed on the
monitor screen.
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Operations
The same operation
1
2
3
4
Press the
IS
······1
possible on the remote control unit.
HOME button.
•
•
•
•
•
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••
•
•
•
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•
••
•••• • •• ••••
••
•
• •••••••
The menu is displayed.
Press the L::::.. 'V button to select the item you want to
set, then press the ENTER button.
....
Press the <J t> button again to select the item you
want to set, then press the ENTER button.
To change the setting:
Press the L::::.. 'V button to select the item you want to
change, then press the <J t> button to change the
setting.
'* To return to the previous item, press the RETURN button.
•
••
•
••
•
•
AUDIO SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
((Fpage 15)
;:) OSD LANGUAGE
DIALOG
o SUBTITLE
DISC MENUS
o
o
....
•••••••
••
((Fpage 18)
Press the ENTER button to enter the setting.
Press the
HOME button to finish.
Example of Display of Default
Values
In lists of selectable items or adjustable ranges, the item
surrounded by a border is the default value.
[Selectable items]
0
B A+B
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
••
•
....•
VIDEO SETUP
((Fpage 16)
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•
•
•
•
'0 CAPTIONS
o WALL PAPER
o DISPLAY
o SLIDE SHOW
o AUTO POWER MODE
o SCREEN SAVER
SPEAKER SETUP
INPUT MODE
"CHANNEL LEVEL", "DISTANCE" and "TIMER SETUP" only.
5
6
•
••
••
OTHER SETUP
((Fpage 17)
o
•••
OHDMISETUP
:J TV ,,-\SPECT
OTVTYPE
:J PROGRESSIVE MODE
:J SQUEEZE MODE
TIMER SETUP
RATINGS
((Fpage 18)
:J RATING LEVEL
:J PASSWORD
((Fpage 19)
o ONCE TIMER
o EVERY TIMER
o CLOCK SETUP
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• SUBTITLE
Select language for subtitles.
Setup
[Selectable items]
I
OFF
_ _---J
: Turn subtitles off.
ENGLISH
: Select English.
FRENCH
: Select French.
SPANISH
: Select Spanish.
GERMAN
: Select German.
JAPANESE : Select Japanese.
OTHERS
: Select other language.
BOlsc MENU
Select disc menu language.
[Selectable items]
fJiB OSO LANGUAGE
~Select the language displayed on the screen.
[Selectable items]
I;:·ENGLISH
I: Select English
~.
tf!ANCAIS : Select French.
ISPANOL : Select Spanish.
DIALOG
lect language for dialog.
[Selectable items]
I:
II~GLlSH Select English
"~ENCH : Select French.
IIIANISH~: :Select Spanish
"eRMAN,;;, : Select German.
.~ESE·, :Select Japanese.
IlJiHEils r
: Select
other language.
I ENGLISH I· Select English
FRENCH
: Select French.
SPANISH
: Select Spanish.
GERMAN
: Select German.
JAPANESE : Select Japanese.
OTHERS
: Select other language
If "Other" was selected, refer to the "Language code list" and input
the code number using the NUMBER (0 - 9) buttons.
LanQuaQe code list
Code
:
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6589
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
6983
6984
6985
7065
7073
7074
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
8277
8279
8285
8365
8368
8372
8373
: Afar
: Abkhazian
: Afrikaans
: Ameharic
: Arabic
: Assamese
: Avmara
: Azerbai'ani
: Bashkir
: Bvelorussian
: Buloarian
: Bihari
: Bennali' Bannla
: Tibetan
: Breton
: Catalan
: Corsican
: Czech
: Welsh
: Danish
: German
: Bhutani
: Greek
: Enolish
: Esneranto
: Snanish
: Estonian
Basnue
Persian
Finnish
Fii
Linoala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian Lettish
Malanasv
Maori
Macedonish
Malavalam
Monoolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malav
Maltese
Burmese
Nauru
Nenali
Dutch
Norweoian
Oriva
Pan'abi
Polish
Pashto Pushto
Portunuese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Romanian
Russian
Sanskrit
Sindhi
Serbo-Croatian
Sinnhalese
Lannuane
Code
7079
7082
7089
7165
7168
7176
7178
7185
7265
7273
7282
7285
7289
7365
7378
7383
7384
7387
7465
7473
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8479
8482
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Lannuane
Faroese
French
: Frisian
: Irish
: Scots Gaelic
: Galician
: Guarani
: Gu'arati
: Hausa
: Hindi
: Croatian
: Hunoarian
: Armenian
: Interlinoua
: Indonesian
: icelandic
: Italian
: Hebrew
: Jaoanese
: Yiddish
: Javanese
: Georoian
: Kazakh
: Greenlandic
: Cambodian
: Kannada
: Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirohiz
Latin
Slovak
Siovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telunu
Taiik
Thai
Tiorinva
Turkmen
Tanalon
Tonoa
Turkish
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
VolanOk
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
•
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HOM I AUDIO OUT
II SQUEEZE MODE
Select whether to output audio via HDM!. (DVD only)
Select display method of 4:3 material on 16:9 screen.
[Selectable items]
OFF
: Enable audio output via
HDM!.
ON
: Disable audio output via
HDM!.
[Selectable items]
I
OFF
I:4:3 material is stretched to fill 16:9 screen.
ON
: 4:3 material
is shown in center of 16:9 screen.
flTVASPECT
•
There is no effect with interlaced video outputs.
Select monitor aspect ratio.
[Selectable items]
BHDMISETUP
Make settings for HOML video/audio output.
4:3PS
: 4:3 monitor is used (For pan & scan sources).
4:31.8
: 4:3 monitor is
used
16:9
material
is
shown
letterboxed.
IW1DE(16:9) I: 16:9 monitor is used.
HOMI SELECT
Make settings for output color space.
[Selectable items]
Iy eli':rl :Output using YCbCr format.
RGB.
With the" 4:3PS" setting, 16:9 pictures are displayed with the left and
right sides cut off. Sources not compatible with panning and scanning
are displayed with black bands at the top and bottom.
: Output using RGB format.
TYPE
HOMI AUTO FORMAT
Make settings for resolution of HDMI video output signal.
[Selectable items]
IPANa:1. RES; I:Detect monitor panel resolution and automatically set
output resolution.
M~lIES.
: Detect monitor max. resolution and automatically set
at for monitor.
[Selectable items]
I NTSC I: NTSC monitor is used.
PAL
: PAL monitor is used.
MULTI : NTSC/PAL compatible
monitor is used.
output resolution.
HOMI BLACK LEVEL
• PROGRESSIVE MODE
Make settings for RGB output range.
Select optimum progressive mode for video material.
[Selectable items]
I NORMAL I: Use video range from 16 (black) to 235 (white).
ENHANCED : Video range from 0 (black) to 255 (white) Use this
setting to avoid black washout.
[Selectable items]
IAUT01 I: Select mode suitable for film material playback.
AUT02 : Select mode suitable for 3D-frame film material playback.
VlO~01
: Select mode suitable for video playback.
VlDEOZ : Select this for video sources with
little motion.
VlDE03 : Select this for motion-intensive video sources.
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DISTANCE
Set distance from listening position to speakers.
[Selectable items]
DISTANCE
: Select unit for distance.
FRONTLCH
: Set distance from listening position to front left
speaker.
FRONT RCH
: Set distance from listening position to front right
speaker.
•
SUBWOOFER : Set distance from listening position to subwoofer,
DEFAULT
I~ia
SPEAKER SETUP
l;i,,'
: Press the ENTER.button to return to the default
II INPUT MODE
,.Make detailed speaker settings.
Make input mode and decode mode settings for this
source.
CHANNEL LEVEL
[Selectable items]
Listening to the test tones at the listening position. adjust the level
of the speakers for the different channels so that the volume level
sounds the same from all speakers.
AUTO
I: Detect type of digital input signal and decode and play
automatically.
[Selectable items]
DTS
: Decode and play only DTS input signals.
~TESTTONE : Output test tone.
PCM
: Decode and
il~ONT LCH : Output test tone from front left speaker,
.ONT RCH
play only peM input signals.
ANALOG : Play only signals from analog input
: Output test tone from front right speaker.
i!qBWOOFER : Output test tone from subwoofer.
• The volume can be adjusted between the range of -12dB to + 12dB,
• When "TEST TONE" was selected, the test tones are output in
intervals of 4 seconds for the first two cycles, 2 seconds from the
third cycle on, in the order shown below.
Front right
Front left
Subwoofer
--~
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•
II DISPLAY
Adjust display brightness of the receiver.
[Selectable items]
I BRIGHT I: Normal display brightness.
MEDIUM : Reduced display brightness.
DIM
: Very low display brightness.
Off
: Display is off unless controls are operated .
BSLIDESHOW
Make slideshow settings.
ORATING LEVEL
S.elect viewer restriction level.
[Selectable items]
o(LOCK All)
'1- 7
8 (NO UMm
. Prohibit playback of all
o CAPTIONS
[Selectable items]
Make settings for c1osed-eaption info on DVD (separate
decoder required).
I55EC
[Selectable items]
DVDs.
~ : Disable closed-caption display.
: Prohibit playback of adult DVDs.
I: Do not use viewer restrictions.
ON.
: Enable closed-caption display.
DVDs including closed caption signals are indicated by the p, Q
and EI marks.
Subtitles are not displayed for DVDs not containing closed caption
signals.
Change the OSD background.
Change password.
[Selectable items]
[Selectable items]
PICTURE
OLD PASSWORD (0000 - 9999) •Enter current password.
Default setting is "0000':
NEW,PASSWORD (0000 - 9999) •Enter new password.
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new
confirmation.
Control auto power-off' 30 min. afte DVD playback stop
(power saver mode).
password
: Set the background to a picture.
BWE
: Set the background to blue.
GRAY
: Set the background to gray.
BLACK
for
~:
.ON
Disable power saver mode.
Enable power saver mode.
:::1
This function only works when the input source is set to "DVD/CD':
• WALL PAPER
tlPASSWORD
: Re-enter
II AUTO
POWER'MODE
,
.
[Selectable items]
When" 1 - 7" is selected, viewing cannot be restricted for adult DVDs
on which no viewer restriction level has been recorded.
However, when "0 (Lock All)" is selected, playback is prohibited for
all discs, even discs on which no viewer restriction level has been
recorded.
CONFIRM PASSWORD
I: Set the playback time per image. (5 - 15 sec)
I. Set the background to black.
II SCREEN SAVER
Use the screen saver to prevent burn-in on the monitor
screen,
[Selectable items]
~:
ON
Turn the screen saver function off.
• Activate the screen saver if there is no activity for about 5
minutes.
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o
StartTime
Checking whether or not the timer is enabled
Set Timer Start Time. (12-hour display)
In the standby mode, press the STATUS button.
The status is displayed on the S-102's display.
Example: PM 0:35
o
EndTime
,_,!!,"
Set Timer End Time. (12-hour display)
Example: PM 1:00
o
Function
Select Timer Function.
Eoff
(When the once timer is on and the everyday timer is off)
Canceling the timer
Select "DISABLE':
To turn the timer back on, select" ENABLE ':
Changing the timer settings
:U ONCE TIMER
'~ettingS for once-only timer.
[Selectable items]
I~DISABLE
ENABLE
o
I: Disable once-only timer.
Enable once-only timer.
Start Time
Set Timer Start Time. (12-hour display)
Example: PM 0:35
o
EndTime
SetTimer End Time. (12-hour display)
Example: PM 1:00
o
Function
SelectTimer Function.
• Be sure to set the current time if you want to use the timer playback
function.
• When the function is set to "TUNER': also set the preset number.
• If the times set for the sleep timer, every timer and once timer
overlap, the priority is as follows:
CD sleep timer <IJ once timer
® every timer
Redo the timer setting operation from the beginning.
The previous settings are cleared and replaced with the new settings.
If there has been a power failure
The settings are cleared.
Reset the current time, then make the settings over from the
beginning.
Setting the "ONCE TIMER" and "EVERYTIMER"
CD
Press the <l t> button to select "TIMER SETUP" icon, then press
the ENTER button.
@ Press the f::. '7 button to select "ONCE TIMER" or "EVERYTIMER';
then press the ENTER button.
® Press the f::. '7 button to select" ENABLE';
® Press the f::. '7 <l t> button to select start time, end time, and
function, then press the ENTER button.
® Press the f::. '7 button to select" EXIT SETUP'; then press the ENTER
button,
The timer is turned on and the timer standby indicator "(9" lights.
® Press the ON/STANDBY button.
The power indicator turns orange.
The clock is synchronized with the power supply frequency. It may be
off by about 2 to 3 minutes per month.
In such cases, reset the time.
Setting the clock
CD
Press the <l t> button to select "TIMER SETUP" icon, then press
the ENTER button.
@ Press the ENTER button twice to change the current time.
® Press the f::. '7 <l t> button to set the current time, then press the
ENTER button,
@ Press the ENTER button to enter the setting .
• EVERY TIMER
. Settings for EverydayTimer.
[Selectable items]
I~DlSABLE
ENABLE
I: Disable EverydayTimer.
Enable Everyday Timer.
• To check the current time when the regular display is displayed, press
the STATUS button once.
• The time can be displayed by pressing the STATUS button when the
power is in the standby mode. (When this is done, the set is no
longer in the low power consumption standby mode.)
When pressed twice while the time is displayed, the display turns
off and the set is put back in the low power consumption standby
mode.
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Input source switching
<~>
<FUNCTION>
cr=u_
ON/STANDBY
Press <FUNCTION> or [DVD/CD], [FM/AM] or [AUX].
Playback
When <FUNCTION> is pressed
C
*
Preparations
II Turning the Power On
Press
C
_
ON/STANDBY.
When no disc is loaded, "OhOOmOOs" is displayed.
When a disc is loaded, playback starts automatically. (DVD only)
~rfj
[DVD/CDI. [FM/AMI.
[AUXI
,
-'Ii©r'~f©1
= I.~~;·
[VOLUMEI~
[III~ (?r\~
1+il~~8'M:
[+l~I~fP:~:
I '~~\~.
-.:.•'
[MENU/GUIDEI
I ~-
~~(';J
Setting the power to the standby mode:
ic~j"Cfr0i
jc~ 8 8'~~~[NUMBERI
i888i
'----:
:
o
:!d:l.c;.l':
I
~ I
Press
ON/STANDBY.
Turning the power off:
[CALLI
[.6. V<l
0:.~ [ENTERI
[TOPMENUlm
[ENTERI
[.6. V <l C>1----:---
I
I
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet.
Power indicator
Standby·
Red
When the timer is set
DVD/CD
You can view/listen to DVDs or CDs.
TUNER
You can listen to AM or FM broadcasts.
AUX1,2
You can listen to the sound or view the picture of an
FRONT IN
Power on
··Orange
·······Blue
iPod
You can listen to the sound of a portable player.
You can listen to the music of an iPod or view photo
data.
-Nth.
Be sure to stop playback before turning the power off.
* "Loading discs"
4).
* As long as the menu is displayed on the TV screen, the disc is still
(~page
turning. Be sure to stop the disc first. then open the disc tray.
To close the disc tray
Press
<~>
again.
-nei••
Do not place any foreign objects in the disc tray. Doing so could
damage it.
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[Selectable items]
external device.
In the stop mode, press <~> to open the disc tray.
About the button names in these explanations
> : Buttons on the main unit
[ I : Buttons on the remote control unit
Button name only:
Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
IN AUX1----IN AUX2 ---- IN Front In ~
(Portable) ---l
* "IN iPod" and "IN Front IN" are only displayed when the
corresponding device is connected.
* When using a Control Dock for iPod, "IN AUX2" is not displayed.
C>I
Loading Discs
<
*
When [AUX] is pressed
<MASTER VOLUME>
ON/STANDBY
IN DVD/CD ----IN TUNER ---- IN AUXl ~
IN iPod -+- IN Front IN -+- IN AUX2 --1
(Portable)
Adjusting the Master Volume
Either turn
.T].
<MASTER VOLUME> or press [VOLUME
The volume level is displayed.
* The volume can be adjusted within the range of -BO to 0 to + l8dB.
Depending on the input signal, surround mode, speaker settings
and channel level settings, however, it may not be possible to
adjust the volume up to + l8dB.
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Playing a DVD/Music CD Disc
Press
~.
The ..... indicator lights and playback begins.
• For details, refer to the respective disc's instructions. Some discs
may be intentionally designed by their authors to work in ways other
than described in this manual.
• Before playing DVD video discs, switch the connected TV's input
Stopping playback
Moving to the beginning of tracks (skipping)
Press ~ or ...... during playback.
• The disc is skipped the number of chapters or tracks equal to the
number of times the button is pressed.
• When pressed once in the return direction, playback returns to the
beginning of the currently playing chapter or track.
• If pressed within 3 seconds after playback has started, the previous
chapter is selected.
Finding tracks directly
1
Press •.
2
• Resume play memory function (DVD only)
With the S-102, when the. button is pressed, that position is stored
in the memory. (At this time, ..... flashes on the display.)
When the. button is pressed after pressing the. button, playback
resumes from the position at which it was stopped.
* The resume play memory function is canceled if the disc tray is
opened or the. button is pressed a second time.
* The resume play memory function only works for discs for which
the elapsed time is shown on the display during playback.
Stopping playback temporarily
During playback, use [CALL] to select the search
mode.
For DVD video discs: Title
B
Chapter
Press [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10) to select the track.
Example: Track 4 : [4]
Example: Track 12 : [+10] [2]
Example: Track 20 : [+10] [+10] [0]
Using the Top Menu/DVD Menu
(DVDVideo)
On DVDs containing multiple titles, it is possible to select
and play the desired title from the top menu. Some DVDs
include a special menu called the "DVD menu':
[TOP MENU]
1 GUIDE].
[.6. <l t>]
2 [ENTER]
[NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10)
During playback, use
V
to select the desired title, then press
or ~.
Or, use
to select the desired
title.
Use
Playback starts.
until the power is turned off.
DVoMENU·
TOP MENU
I
* The search mode set by pressing [CALL] is stored in the memory
or [MENU!
I
I
Apple
II
I I 1. SUBTITLE
...
.
II Strawberry I I 2. AUDIO
II Pin~apPle. I. I 3. ANGLE
Banana
-'
Orange
Peach
"
Example: Top menu
"';
Jii
I,~
IF
';:
.. l". •
Example: DVD menu
Discs are divided into a number of large sections (Title) and small
sections (Chapter). Each of these sections is assigned a number.
For example:
DVDVideo , - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ,
Title 1
Title 2
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 2
Press <~II> or [II].
The ...... indicator lights.
* To resume playback, press <.11> or [.].
Music CDs
Fast-forwarding and fast-reversing (searching)
During playback, press [....] or [~].
Track 2
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
The fast-forward/fast-reverse speed increases each time the button
is pressed.
* To return to normal playback, press [.],
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Switching the Audio Language, Subtitle
Language and Angle (DVD Video)
~
L~_cdJ
For DVDs containing multiple audio languages, subtitle
languages and angles, the language or angle can be
switched during playback.
During playback, use [AUDIO/RDS], [SUBTITLE/PTY] or
<D
E
I
~IL
I
&~ri.~ ~[ZOOM/Rn
r8T~r0i
I
~~ep=Gilf
,"u,"",
~[RANDOM]
I"~]~
[.6. \7<11>]
:;!
c
[
..~ ,
,~
I ,~e
[DISPLAY),~
[ENTER]'
[RETURN] I
~_ .. "
•
[AUDIO/RDS]
jO 8 8:~,-[NUMBER]
:088:
o"'~':
: [REPEAn
~+O
I
[II]~
c
[SUBTITLE/PTY]
[ANGLE/Cn
[ENTER]
8'0, A~ I [.6.\7<11>]
~ G-j[RETURN]
[PROGRAM]
'----...;.- [CALL]
Il-----+'-[CLEAR]
I
J
'tIT~
C
o
In the still mode, press [II] on the remote control unit.
The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is
pressed.
* Press
~j
"I'
• With some discs it is not possible to change the audio language
during playback. In such cases, select from the "SETUP':
• The language selected in the default settings (a:::E'page 15) is set
when the power is turned on and when the disc is replaced.
Using the Playback Control Function
(DVD Video).
For DVD Video on which "Includes playback control" or the
like is indicated on the disc or jacket, a menu screen is
displayed.
Select the item you want to see, then start playback.
Select the item you want to see using [.6 \l <J t> l, then
press [ENTER] or ~.
Or, use [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10) to select the desired title.
'.: 1 '1 Op~~i~g ....
1:
2. 1st movement
..,
3. 2nd movement
~f .4.
t··.·
[
Button name only:
Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
22
,
3rd movement
J..
'::-.'
_.'
,j;
,_
•
·.:....t;.;.4 ..
to return to normal playback.
I
Slow Playback
(DVD Video)
In the still mode, press [......] or [~] on the remote
control unit.
When pressed again, the slow play speed increases.
* Press
~
to return to normal playback.
Playing in the Zoom Mode
(DVD Video)
1 DuringCplayback or still mode, press [ZOOM/Rn.
OFF ---. x15 ---. x2 ---. x4
~
2 Press [.6. \l <J t> l.
Move the zoomed picture .
.", 5. Ending
.......- '• •
~
'!......
~i
<
Playing Frame by Frame
(DVD Video)
The language or angle switches each time the button is pressed.
Playback starts.
Example:
About the button names in these explanations
> : Buttons on the main unit
1 : Buttons on the remote control unit
During playback, press [RETURN].
[ANGLE/eT].
(Jl
"C
To return to the menu screen
"';
"
~
• The zoom function may not work properly at some scenes.
• Zooming is not possible with some discs.
• Zooming is not possible at the top menu or the menu screen.
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~rlayingJt.epeated~~y <Repeat p,laYback>
.~,pVD Video/Music' CD)
.
During playback, press [REPEAT].
1
Playback in the respective repeat mode starts.
* DVD video discs:
Chapter repeated ("~1" lights on the display)
--t Title repeated ("~" lights on the display)
--t Repeat playback cancelled (indicator turns off)
* Music CD discs:
Track repeated (~~
--t Disc repeated (~)
Playing Random Order <Random playback>
(Music CD)
2
In the stop mode, press [RANDOM].
The" RAND" indicator lights.
press~.
.
The tracks start playing in random order.
• When Playing MP3 orWMA Files, the digital output is converted to
PCM. The signals are output with the same sampling frequency as
when they were written.
• The positions of the folders or files may have been changed by the
writing software when burning the MP3/WMA files onto the CDR/CD-RW disc, so the files may not play in the expected order.
• Copyright-protected files cannot be played. Note that depending on
the software used for burning and other conditions, some files may
not play or display correctly.
Playable MP3/WMA file
--t
Sampling
frequency
(kHz)
Bit rate
(kbpsl
MP3
32,44.1,48
32 - 320
.MP3
WMA
32,44.1,48
64 - 160
WMA
Canceling random playback
File format
--t
Repeat playback cancelled
--t
In the stop mode, press [RANDOM].
The "RAND" indicator turns off.
Extension
I
. Playing Tracks in the Desired Order
1~.<Program> (Music CD)
Playing Music Files
II Playing MP3 or WMA Files
Before Playing MP3 or WMA Files
1
.Up to 20 tracks can be programmed.
1
2
In the stop mode, press [PROGRAM].
The "PROG" indicator lights.
Use [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10) to select the traks.
* Example: To program tracks 3, 12, 7 to play in that order:
[3][+10][2][7]
There are many music distribution sites on the Internet allowing you
to download music files in MP3 or WMA (Windows Media® Audio)
format. The music (files) downloaded from such sites can be stored on
CD-R or CD-RW discs and played on the S-102.
"Windows Media" and "Windows" are registered trademarks or
trademarks in the United States and other countries of Microsoh
Corporation of the United States.
3press~.
In the stop mode, press [CALL] repeatedly.
The track numbers are displayed in the programmed order each time
the bunon is pressed.
Clearing programmed tracks one track at a time
Select the folder you want to play using [.t:. '\7], then
press
2 [ENTER].
3 [ENTER]
Select the file you want to play using [.6. '\7], then press
or~.
Playback starts.
Creating MP3 and WMA Files
Compatible with the 5-102
Checking the order of the programmed tracks
Load a CD-R or CD-RW disc containing music files in
the MP3 or WMA format into the disc tray ((:W'page
4).
• Writing sohware format: "IS09660 level 1':
See the writing software's instructions.
• Compatible: ID3-Tag (Ver.l or 2), meta-tag.
• Incompatible: Packet write, playlists.
• Displayable characters: "Hankaku" English letters and numbers,
capital letters and _ (underscore).
No. characters displayable: 256
Switching the time display
During playback, press [DISPLAY].
*SINGLE ELAPSED (Elapsed time of currently playing track)
--t
SINGLE REMAIN (Remaining time of currently playing track)
--t
In the stop mode, press [CLEAR].
The last track programmed is cleared each time the button is
pressed.
Clearing the last programmed track
In the stop mode, press [PROGRAM].
The" PROG" indicator turns off.
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Changing the play mode
FOLDER:
Playing all the files in the selected folder in order
FOLDER REPEAT:
Playing all the files in the selected folder repeatedly
RANDOM ON:
Playing Still Picture Files
(JPEG format)
Still picture files in JPEG format recorded on CD-R/CD-RW
discs, picture CDs and Fujicolor CDs can be played as slide
shows on the S-102.
Playing all the files in the selected folder in random order
TRACK REPEAT:
Creating JPEG Files Compatible on the
Playing only the selected file repeatedly
5-102
Setting random playback using the remote control
unit
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[ I : Buttons on the remote control unit
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In the stop mode. press [RANDOMI. then press [~) or [ENTER).
The "RAND" indicator lights and random playback begins.
* The way in which the files are played in random order depends on
the selected play mode.
Setting repeat playback using the remote control
unit
During playback. press [REPEAn . then press
* TRACK REPEAT
~
FOLDER REPEAT
~
[~l
or [ENTER].
• Writing software format: "1509660 level 1':
See the writing software's instructions.
• Displayable characters: "Hankaku" English letters and numbers.
capital letters and _ (underscore).
• JPEG files written on Macintosh computers cannot be played.
• The order in which the JPEG files are played may differ from the
order you expect because the writing software may change the
position of the folders or files when writing them on the CD-R/CDRW disc.
• Depending on the writing conditions and software. it may not be
possible to play or properly display some files.
FOLDER (Repeat off)
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Programmed playback is not possible on discs containing MP3/WMA
files.
Playable JPEG file
Resolution
(pixel)
Extension
OOOOxOOOO - 2048x1536
JPG/JPE
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E!'laying JPEG Files
I I Playing Picture CD/Fujicolor CD
Operate in the same way as described at "Playing MP3
or WMA Files" (~page 23).
Changing the folder or file to be played
"Playing MP3 orWMA Files" ((Fpage 23)
The S-102 can play Kodak Picture CDs and Fujifilm Fujicolor CDs so you
can view the photographs stored on them on a TV screen.
* Picture CDs are CDs containing photographs taken on conventional
silver film cameras which have been converted into digital data.
For details on Kodak Picture CDs and Fujicolor CDs, please contact
a store offering film development services.
Changing the play mode
"KODAK" is a trademark of Eastman Kodak Company.
"FUJICOLOR CD" is a trademark of Fuji Photo Film Co, Ltd.
"Playing M P3 or WMA Files" (n::w' page 24)
Load the picture CD or Fujicolor CD in the disc tray.
Playback of the still pictures starts automatically.
Changing the orientation of the picture
During playback or still mode, press [t. 'i7 <J t>).
Do: Invert vertically
\1: Invert horizontally
<1:
Rotate 90° counterclockwise
l>:
Rotate 90°clockwise
Play the image in the zoom mode
During playback or still mode, press [ZOOMIRn.
~:zoomout
* The pictures are played repeatedly until. is pressed.
Enjoying Surround Sound
Dolby Digital, DTS and other multi-channel sources, CD,
Video and other 2-channel sources can be played With
Similar atmospherics to the cinema
[Connection procedure]
CD
Turn on the power of the S-102 and TV.
("Turning the Power On" (n::w'page 20), TV
instructionsl
Switch the TV's input.
(TV operating instructions)
Q) Switch the input source ((Fpage 20).
® Set the input mode.
® Select the surround mode.
® Play the source.
(j) Set the surround parameter (n::w'page 26).
® Adjust the volume (n::w'page 20)
operating
ev
I
Set the Input Mode
When the input source is set to "DVD/CD" or ':A.UX'; the
input mode can be switched ("Audio setup'; "Input mode"
D:2if'page 17, 20).
~:zoomin
* Press [t. 'i7 <J I>I (to move the zoomed picture).
* Continuous playback (SLIDE SHOW) is not possible in the zoom
mode.
The way of switching to the next image during
continuous JPEG image playback (SLIDE SHOW)
can be selected
During playback, press [CALL)
SLIDE SHOW MODE: 1 to 11 ~ RANDOM ~ OFF
• When playing CDs containing live recordings, etc., in the "auto"
mode, the sound may be slightly broken when starting playback. If
so, play in the" PCM" mode.
• When playing DTS sources in the "AUTO" mode, there may be noise
when starting playback or searching. If so, play in the "DTS" mode .
• When playing DTS-compatible CDs in the" PCM" mode, noise is
output. When playing DTS-compatible sources, be sure to do so in
the "auto" or "DTS" mode.
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Press [SURROUND] to select the surround mode.
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DOLBYVS REF. DOLBYVS WIDE ----,
JAZZ CLUB - ROCK ARENA -STEREO ----1
* The "DOLBY VS REF. (WIDE)" and "STEREO" modes can also be
selected by pressing [DVS/STEREO).
ON/STANDBY
I Set tlieSurroundPar~metf!r,'\': "
Use [SURROUND PARAMETER] to display the various
surround parameters, then select with [<I t>].
After several seconds, the display returns to normal and the
parameters you have set are entered automatically.
[Selectable items]
<BAND> <PHONES>
D.COMP
[Selectable items]
DOLBY VS REF.
I
(Dolby Virtual Speaker reference mode):
This is the standard mode for experiencing 5.1-channel surround sound
with only speakers for the two front channels.
[FM/AM]-+---"©
DOLBY VS WIDE
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[DVS/STEREO]
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[<J!>]a
[TUNING +/-]
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(Dolby Virtual Speaker wide mode):
The Dolby Virtual Speaker mode's front channel sound field is expanded.
DOLBYH/P
(Dolby Headphone mode):
This is the surround mode for playing with headphones.
A surround sound field is played with regular headphones.
DOLBY H BYPAS (Dolby Headphone bypass mode):
The sound is played in the normal stereo mode rather than the surround mode when playing with headphones.
STEREO
Sound is played in the direct or stereo mode.
ROCK ARENA
This is an original DENON surround mode.
It achieves the atmosphere of a live concert in an arena with reverberations circling in from the sides.
JA12CLUB
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: Buttons on the remote control unit
Button name only:
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This is an original DENON surround mode.
This achieves the atmosphere of a live concert hall with a low ceiling
surrounded by hard walls. as if the artist were playing very close to
you.
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The "ROCK ARENA" and "JAZZ CLUB" modes may not achieve very
strong effects. depending on the source being played, In this case,
try other surround modes, without worrying too much about their
names.
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(Dynamic range compression):
Optimized setting for late-night listening.
D.COMP only works when playing program sources record in Dolby
Digital or DTS,
LFE
(low Frequency Effect):
This sets the level of the subwoofer reproducing the low bass signals.
Recommended level
When playing Dolby Digital software: 0 dB
When playing DTS movie software: 0 dB
When playing DTS music software: -10 dB
*
CINEMA
When the Dolby Headphone mode is selected, analog, PCM or other
2-channel sources are decoded in the Dolby Pro Logic II Cinema mode
and transformed into multiple channels for playback.
MUSIC
When the Dolby Headphone mode is selected, analog, PCM or other
2-channel sources are decoded in the Dolby Pro Logic II Music mode
and transformed into multiple channels for playback.
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~elaying Dolby Digital/DTS Multi-
~hannel Sources (Digital input only-)
1
2
3
4
Switch the input source (1l3T' page 20).
(DVD and AUXI digital input)
Use [SURROUND] to select the ''DOLBY VS REF' or
"DOLBY VS WIDE".
The" D[] VS " indicator lights.
Play sources with the ffil:"::J or ~ mark sources.
To check the currently playing source and various
settings
In the stop mode, press [STATUS).
* The playback source and the various surround settings are shown
on the display each time the button is pressed.
I Listening in the Dolby Headphone Mode
1
The "IIJD" or "I!m" indicator lights, depending on the playback
source's signal format.
Use [SURROUND PARAMETER] to display the various
surround parameters, then select with [<I l>].
[Selectable items] D.COMP
LFE
~praying Dolby DigitallPCMIAnalog 2-
. ~~hai1nel S,ources
Switch the input source (ll3T'page 20).
Plug the headphones (sold separately) into the
<PHONES> jack.
Listening to Radio Broadcasts
I Tuning in Broadcast Stations
1
Press <FUNCTION> or [FM/AM] to select "TUNER".
2
Use <BAND> or [FM/AM] to select the reception
band.
C
FM AUTO - - FM MONO - - AM ~
The sound from the speakers is automatically cut off.
2
3
4
Press [SURROUND] to select the "DOLBY HIP".
The
"DOH"
indicator lights.
3
Use <+/->, [TUNING +/-] or [<I l>] to select the
reception frequency.
When a station is received, the "TUNED" indication will light.
~~
Play the source.
~~
Use [SURROUND PARAMETER] to display the various
surround parameters, then select with [<I l>].
A humming sound may be heard when using a TV nearby while
receiving AM programs. If this happens, move the system as far from
the TV as possible.
Display of the FM broadcast reception status
1
Switch the input source (ll3T'page 20).
2
Use [SURROUND] to select the "DOLBY VS REF" or
"DOLBY VS WIDE".
[Selectable items]
D.COMP LfE
CINEMA
MUSIC
-N'UBe careful not to set the volume too high when using headphones.
• When the reception band mode is set to "FM AUTO" and a stereo
broadcast is tuned in, the" ST" indicator lights.
• If the signal is weak and stable stereo reception is not possible, set
the reception band mode to "FM MONO" and receive the program
in monaural. The "MONO" indicator lights.
The "D[] VS" indicator lights.
Main unit <+/-> button
Play sources with the ffi':"::J mark.
There are two, switchable modes fo <+/-> the tuning mode for setting
the reception frequency (setting upon purchase). and the preset mode
for selecting the preset broadcast station.
3
The "IIJD" indicator lights, depending on the playback source's
signal format.
4
Use [SURROUND PARAMETER] to display the various
surround parameters, then select with [<I l>].
[Selectable items]
D.COMP
o Switching the preset mode
Pressing <+> while pressing in <BAND>.
"PRESET" is flashes for approximately 5 seconds.
o Switching the tuning mode
Pressing <-> while pressing in <BAND>.
"TUNING" is flashes for approximately 5 seconds.
LFE
Auto tuning
When [TUNING +/-] or [<J [>] is pressed and held in, the set automatically
starts searching for a broadcast station.
Stations whose signal is weak cannot be tuned in.
*
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Manual tuning
The reception frequency changes each time [TUNING +/-] or [<l [» is
pressed.
1
Thne in the broadcast station
2
The name input mode is set.
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Press [MEMO] twice.
[.6
3* [ENTER].
Use
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[TUNING +/-] I'
[.6. \7 <J [>]~
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Press [TUNING +/-) or [<l [>).
Up to 60 stations (total for AM and FM) can be preset.
Names of up to 8 characters can be input.
ON/STANDBY~---O
[ENTER]'
To only preset
(DPress [MEMO] while the broadcast station is tuned in.
(VSelect the number using [.6. \71, then press [ENTER).
Or use [NUMBER) (0 - 9, +10) to select the number.
Naming the CUlTentlyTuned in Broadcast
Station and Presetting it
ON/STANDBY
[RETURN]
To stop the auto tuning
~[MEMO]
<p
J
\7] to select the character, then press
Characters that can be input.
A to Z, 0 to 9 + [CALL] for small letters
! " # $ % & ' ( ) * + , - . / : ; < = > ? @ [ \ I • _ { : } (space)
* Press [<l [» to move the cursor.
Use this to correct input characters.
* To cancel character input, press [MEMO).
Everything that has been input is canceled.
4 Once you are finished inputting, press [ENTER].
\7] to select the number, then press [ENTER].
(0 - 9, +10) to select the number.
5 OrUseuse[.6[NUMBER]
"po -" flashes on the preset number display.
The preset number, reception band and reception frequency are
displayed, then the name of the broadcast station appears.
About the button names in these explanations
> : Buttons on the main unit
)
: Buttons on the remote control unit
Button name only:
Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
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Changing the broadcast station name
(DCall out the preset name you want to change, then press [MEMO)
twice.
(1)Perform steps 3 and 4 at "Naming the currently tuned in broadcast
station and presetting it'.'
-n·na
If a station is preset at a number that has already been preset, the old
settings are deleted and replaced with the new settings.
Automatically Presetting FM Stations
(Auto preset)
Up to 60 stations can be preset.
1
Press <FUNCTION> or [FM/AM] to select "TUNER".
2 Press and hold in
"AUTO PRESET?"
alternately.
<~II>.
and
"-NOI
+START"
are
displayed
* Press <-> to cancel auto presetting.
3
Press <+>.
"SEARCH" flashes, then "COMPLETED" is displayed.
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• Broadcast stations whose antenna signal is weak cannot be preset
automatically. If you wish to preset such stations, tune them in
manually, then perform the operation at "Naming the currently tuned
in broadcast station and presetting it'.'
• Once auto presetting starts, it cannot be canceled (it takes about 60
seconds to be completed).
Listening to Preset Stations
Use <+/->, [CHANNEL] or [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10) to select
the preset number.
* Operate <+/-> after switching to the preset mode
(~page
27).
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Remote control and iPod button relations
iPod® Playback
With the S-102, you can listen to musIc or view photo data
on an IPod. It IS also possible to operate the IPod from the
main unit or remote control unit.
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iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
IPod
* The iPod may only be used to copy or play contents that are not
copyrighted or contents for which copying or playback is legally
permitted for your private use as an individual. Be sure to comply
with applicable copyright legislation.
•
DENO~J
vvil! accept no responsibility vvhatsoever for any loss of iPod
data.
• Depending on the type of iPod and the software version, some
functions may not operate.
I~~istening to Music
1
2
Press
<FUNCTION> or [iPod] to select ''iPod''.
Thrn on the TV's power. Set the TV's input function
to the S-102 input.
press~.
3 Playback starts.
* Also read the iPod's operating instructions.
Switching the S-102's display (FL)
During playback, press [DISPLAY).
The display switches each time the button is pressed.
Title name -.. Album title -.. Artist name ~
L-----Remaining time _
Elapsed time _----'
In the browse mode, when "Songs" is selected from the "TOP
MENU" while a track is playing, the track stops.
Remote control unit buttons
iPod buttons
~
~II
* Play/Pause in remote mode
II
~II
Pause the track.
~,~
~,~
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~,~
<1,1>,6, \1
Click Wheel
Viewing Still Pictures
(Only for iPods Equipped with the Photo
Function)
1
2
Press
Play the track.
Play the track from the beginning/
Play the next track.
<FUNCTION> or [iPod] to select "iPod".
Thrn on the TV's power. Set the TV's input function
to the S-102 input.
ENTER
I
I
Press [RETURN] to select the "Remote iPod".
3
The iPod's display menu is displayed.
4
Watching the iPod's display, press [1:::. \7] to select the
"Photos".
5
Press [ENTER].
Select
RETURN
-
REPEAT
-
RANDOM
MENU/GUIDE
The iPod's photographs are displayed on the TV monitor.
MENU
Operation on the S-102
Fast-reverse the track/Fast-forward the track.
track.
Switch between the browse
mode and the remote mode.
Switch the repeat function.
Switch the shuffle function.
Display the menu or return to the
previous menu.
In remote mode, the iPod backlight
goes off when you press Play/Pause
for an extended period.
*
When an iPod is connected and a slide show is playing, the iPod is not
charged. Charge it ahead of time.
Playing a Portable Audio
II Disconnecting the iPod
Your portable audiO player can be connected to the S102's portable Jack to play tracks on the portable audiO
player
Set the S-102's power to the standby mode using
ONI
1
Press
I
Select an item,
I Enter the selection or plays the
<FUNCTION> or [AUX] to select "Front in".
STANDBY.
r
It is also possible to use <FUNCTION>, [DVD/CD), [FM/AMI or [AUX)
to switch the input source to something other than "IPod" then
disconnect the iPod.
2*
Play the portable audio player.
The Portable Audio are output.
Also read the portable audio player's operating instructions,
I
Portable
~~ @AUO~~INE
Connect the S-102 and portable audio player using a separately sold
mini-stereo audio cable.
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On-Screen Display
Advanced Operation
~
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<~>
~
<~>
<ON/STANOBY>
1 During playback, [DISPLAY].
VOLUME
After selecting "Title': "Chapter" or "Track': use [NUMBER) (0 - 9, +10)
to select the number.
For DVD Video discs, also press [ENTER).
• Playback starts from the specified position.
ON/STANDBY-f----'O;
(")
"
2.
[SLEEP]-f----©
VOLUME
[MUTE]
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Use [<I [>] to select the " , , " , then use [6 \7] to
select the item you wish to change.
Specifying the title, chapter or track
:JJ
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[NUMBER]
I
[STATUS]
G-[TONE]
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To specify the elapsed time
After selecting the elapsed time display, use [DISPLAY) to select the
time display to be specified.
@ Input the time using [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10). then press [ENTER).
Example: To specify 1 hour, 32 minutes and 47 seconds
Press (1) (3) (2) (4) (7).
To specify 1 minutes and 26 seconds
Press (0) (0) (1) [2] (6).
• Playback starts from that tracks.
[6 'V <l C>]
For some discs it may not be possible to specify the time.
Closing the disc information screen
Press [DISPLAY] again.
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: Buttons on the main unit
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: Buttons on the remote control unit
>
Button name only:
Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
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. ~. .....
.
.
1 During playback, [DISPLAy].
"~",
Use [<I [>] to select the
then use [6 \7] to
2 select
the item you wish to change.
3 Use [NUMBER] (0 - 9, +10) to select the number.
Playback starts with the specified settings.
• For some discs, it may not be possible to switch the audio or subtitle
language during playback. In this case select "Audio" or "Subtitle"
(Gf'page 22).
• When the power is turned on or the disc is changed, the disc is
played with the languages set at "Audio" or "Subtitle" (Gf'page
22)
CD
[6 'V<l C>]
<
Screen
1.1 is possible to display information on the disc (titles,
chapters, tracks and times) and to specify the posjtion to
be played..
<FUNCTION>
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C
Using. the Disc Infonnation
. (OVD Video/Music CD)
. Using the·.> Multi-funet:ion. Screen"
(DVDVideo) ,
.,
The aUi;lio'l~ng~Qe:'~uatitle language and. angle can be
Closing the multi-function screen
Press [DISPLAY] again.
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Use this function to automatically sWitch the power to the
standby mode after a specific amount of time (minutes).
1
2
Set the current time (irFpage 19).
The "SLEEP" indicator flashes.
20-10~
* After about 4 seconds, the "SLEEP"
indicator stops flashing,
remaining lit, and the settings are automatically entered.
3
The power is set to the standby mode after the set
amount of time.
The surround parameters, tone adjustment and the volumes of the
different speakers are stored for the individual surround modes.
I Adjusting the Tone
1
Select the adjustment mode using [TONE).
2
With the name of the item to be adjusted selected,
press [<J l» to adjust the level.
c: BASS -
During playback, use [SLEEP) to select the time. .
C120 -90-60- 50 -40 -30 Turns off
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1!'
Other Functions
Setting the Sleep Timer
TREBLE -
DEFEAT ~
Last Function Memory
This stores the settings as they were directly before the
standby mode was set.
When the power is turned back on, the settings are
restored to as they were directly before the standby mode
was set.
[Selectable mode]
Backup Memory
BASS
Adjusts the bass sound (-10 dB to + 10 dB).
TREBLE
The various settings are backed up for about 1 week,
even if the power is turned off or the power cord is
disconnected.
Adjusts the treble sound (-10 dB to + 10 dB)
Canceling the sleep timer
Press [SLEEP] until the "SLEEP" indicator turns off.
* The sleep timer can also be canceled by setting the S-102's power
DEFEAT
Auto Power On
The tone adjustment circuitry can be bypassed to achieve high sound
quality. "OdB"
When the power is in the standby mode, the power turns
on simply by pressing <~> or <~>.
If no operation is performed within 4 seconds, the display switches
back to what was previously displayed.
Resetting the Microprocessor
to the standby mode using ON/STANDBY.
Checking the time remaining until the sleep timer
starts
In the stop mode, press [STATUS].
The time is displayed.
* The time can be displayed by pressing [STATUS] when the power is
in the standby mode. (When this is done, the set is no longer in the
low power consumption standby mode.)
When pressed twice while the time is displayed, the display turns
off and the set is put back in the low power consumption standby
mode.
If the sleep timer and everyday timer settings overlap, the sleep
timer has priority.
Turning the Sound Off Temporarily
(Muting)
Press [MUTE).
Perform this procedure if the display is abnormal or if
operations cannot be performed.
When the microprocessor is reset, all the settings are
reset to their default values.
1
Set the standby mode using <ON/STANDBY>.
* Set to the standby mode and wait 5 seconds.
To cancel, either press [MUTE] again or adjust the volume using
VOLUME.
Convenient Functions
2
Press <ON/STANDBY>while simultaneously pressing
<FUNCTION> and <.....>.
3
Release the three buttons when "INITIALIZE" is
displayed.
Personal Memory Plus Function
This function sets the settings (input mode, surround
mode, etc.) last selected for the individual input sources.
When you switch to an input source, the settings are
automatically set to the ones that were set the last time
that input source was used.
If in step 3 the display does not flash at intervals of about 1 second,
start over from step 1.
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Setting the preset memory function'
Remote Control Unit Operations
Signal trar.lsmission
indicator
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as:
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CONTROL]
About the button names in these explanations
< > : Buttons on the main unit
[ I : Buttons on the remote control unit
Button name only:
Buttons on the main unit and remote control unit
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DEN ON and other makes of components can be operated
by setting the preset memory.
This remote control unit can be used to operate components
of other manufacturers without using the. learning function,
by registering the manufacturer of the component
shown in the Jist ofpreset codes(r:rEnd ohhis manual).
1
Set [SOURCE CONTROL] to the component to be
registered.
2
Press [AUDIO/RDS] and [ZOOM/Rn at the same
time.
3
4
The indicator starts flashing.
Referring to the included list of preset codes (n:§' End
of this manual), press [NUMBER] (0 - 9) to input the
preset code (a 3-digit number) for the manufacturer
of the component whose signals you want to store in
the memory.
To store the codes of another component in the
memory, repeat steps 2 to 3.
• The signals for the pressed buttons are emitted while setting the
preset memory. To avoid accidental operation, cover the remote
control unit's transmitting window while setting the preset memory.
• Depending on the model and year of manufacture, this function
cannot be used for some models, even if they are of makes listed in
the list of preset codes.
• Some manufacturers use more than one type of remote control code.
Refer to the included list of preset codes to change the number and
verify correct operation.
• Operation is not possible for some models.
Operating a comporientstored in the
preset memory
1
2
Set [SOURCE CONTROL] to the component you want
to operate.
Operate the component.
* For details, refer to the component's operating instructions.
'* Some models cannot be operated with this remote control unit
Setting the punch through function
"Punch Through" is a function allowing you to operate
[SOURCE CONTROL] and [TV INPUn on "lV; "SAT/CABLE"
or "VCR" components when in the "OVO / CO / FM/AM /
iPod" mode. By default. nothing is set.
1
2
3
Set [SOURCE CONTROL] to the component to be
registered (DVD / CD / FMlAM / iPod).
Press [CALL] and [REPEAn at the same time.
The indicator starts flashing.
Input the number of the component you want to set.
Number
TV
1
SAT/CABLE
2
VCR
3
No setting
0
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Functions of Buttons
[SOURCE POWERI~
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[Front]
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Device operated
DVD/CD
iPod
TUNER
TV
Satellite Receiver.
Cable TV
Video cassette
recorder
SOURCE CONTROL
DVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
OVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
DVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
TV
SAT/CABLE
VCR
SOURCE POWER
Punch through
Punch through
Punch through
Power on / off
Power on / off
Power on / off
TV INPUT
Punch through
Punch through
Punch through
Input mode selection
Input mode selection
Input mode selection
DISPLAY
Display
Display
-
Display
Display
-
Playback
DVD/CD Playback
Auto Preset (Holdl
-
-
Playback
~~[ENTERI
··t'·011
18..._0
~
~ G+-[RETURNI
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•
....
STILL / PAUSE II
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~,
CHANNEL+/-
[ENTERI~~9
[RETURNI~
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CaNTRaLl
by Component
~.
TUNING+/-
~~".~
Playback
Stop
-
-
-
-
Stop
Still/Pause
Still / Pause
-
-
-
Pause
Auto search (cuel
Auto search lcuel
Switch channels
Switch channels
Switch channels
Switch channels
Manual search Ifastreverse/fast-forward I
Manual search Ifastreverse/fast-forward)
Tuning
-
-
Search Ireverse, forwardl
-
MENU/GUIDE
Menu / Guide
Menu
-
Menu / Guide
Menu
L:.\7<lC>
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
ENTER
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
-
RETURN
-
BrowselRemote
-
-
Return
-
Special remarks
CD.C?)
CD.C?)
CD.C?)
CD
CD
CD
Device operated
DVD/CD
iPod
TUNER
TV
Satellite Receiver,
Cable TV
Video cassette
recorder
SOURCE CONTROL
DVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
DVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
DVD / CD / FM/AM
/ iPod
TV
SAT/CABLE
VCR
0-9,+10
Number input / Track
selection
-
Channel selection
Channel selection
Channel selection
Channel selection
l>\7<lC>
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
Cursor
-
ENTER
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
Enter
-
RETURN
-
Browse/Remote
-
-
Return
-
Special remarks
CD
CD
CD
CD
CD
CD
I
[Rear]
[Special Remarks]
Only one component can be preset for each mode. If a new code is preset, the previous code is automatically cleared,
The TV, SAT/CABLE or VCR buttons can be assigned to a DVD, CD, FM/AM or iPod (G" page 34).
CD
en
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* Sources recorded in Dolby Surround
Other Information
Sources recorded in Dolby Surround are indicated with the following
logo marks.
Dolby Surround support mark: []JIIIOlBYSURAOUNDI
Surround
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby': "Pro Logic" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories.
The S-102 is equipped with a digital signal processing circuit that lets
you play program sources in the surround mode to achieve the same
sense of presence as in a movie theater.
DTS SUlTOund,
DTS Digital Surround
Dolby Digital
Dolby Digital is a multichannel digital signal format developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
A total of 5.1-channels are played: 3 front channels (" Ft..:' , "FR" and
"C"), 2 surround channels ("St..:' and "SR") and the "LFE" channel for
low frequencies.
Because of this, there is no crosstalk between channels and a realistic
sound field with a "three-dimensional" feeling (sense of distance,
movement and positioning) is achieved.
A real, overpowering sense of presence is achieved when playing
movie sources in AV rooms as well.
Dolby Pro Logic IT
Dolby Pro Logic 0 is a matrix decoding technology developed by Dolby
Laboratories.
Regular music such as that on CDs is encoded into 5-channels to
achieve an excellent surround effect.
The surround channel signals are converted into stereo and full band
signals (with a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz or greater)
to create a "three-dimensional" sound image offering a rich sense of
presence for all stereo sources.
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DTS Digital Surround is the standard digital surround format of DTS,
Inc., compatible with a sampling frequency of 44.1 or 48 kHz and up
to 5.1-channels of digital discrete surround sound.
Manufactured under license under U.S. Patent #'s: 5,451,942;
5,956,674; 5,974,380; 5,978,762; 6,487,535 & other U.S. and
worldwide patents issued & pending. DTS is a registered
trademark and the DTS logos, Symbol and DTS Virtual are
trademarks of DTS, Inc. © 1996-2007 DTS, Inc. All Rights
Reserved.
Dolby Virtual Speaker technology uses proprietary technology of Dolby
Laboratories to create a virtual surround sound field using only two
speakers for the front channels, allowing the user to experience sound
as if surround speakers were actually being used.
Features of Dolby Virtual Speaker sound
Accurate surround sound field positioning
The virtual surround speakers are positioned at 1050 to the left and
105 0 to the right.
Multi-channel programs played according to the producer's
intentions
Sound set at the rear left is heard from the rear left.
Stereo programs played in surround
The Dolby Pro Logic 0 circuit is used together with the Dolby Virtual
Speaker circuitry to create a rich virtual surround sound field with
stereo programs as well.
Selecting the listening mode
Two listening modes are provided: Reference and Wide.
o
6
6
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0
6
6
6
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4
Reference mode
Dolby Headphone
Dolby Headphone is a 3D sound technology developed jointly by Dolby
Laboratories and Lake Technology of Australia achieving surround
sound with regular headphones.
Dolby Headphone simulates speaker playback in a room and positions
the sound sources to the front or the sides, outside of the head,
achieving a powerful sound similar to that of a movie theater or home
theater.
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I DolbYVirtuat. Speaker
o : 2 front channels
~
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a
Wide mode
«< ~: Virtual sound field created with the Dolby Virtual Speaker mode
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Iijri:Ound Modes' and Parameters
Presence/absence of signals and controllability in the various modes
Surround Mode
DVS:
Dolby Virtual Speaker
DHP:
Dolby Headphone
IH/P only)
Channel output
FRONT
VR
DHP
Surround Mode
DVS
DHP
x
x
x
0
0
0
0
0
0
Source
I
REFERENCE
WIDE
OOLBY H/P
I
I
Multich
2ch
BYPASS
STEREO
ROCK ARENA
JAZZ CLUB
PCM
ANALOG
2-channel
Multi channel
2-channel
Multi channel
2-channel
2-channel
eM
0
0
eM
ePLII
eM
0
0
0
eM
eM
0
0
X
~~REO.
ROCK ARENA
:'tfIilZ CLUB
DOLBY DIGITAL
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DTS
0
0
0
0
0
OD.MIX
OD.MIX
0
0
Surround parameter Idefaultl
Cinema/
D.COMP
lFE
DOLBY DIGITAL/DTS only
Music
X
o IOFF)
OIOdBI
X
OIOdB)
OrOFFI
X
orOFF)
OIOdB)
OICINEMAI OIOFFI
OIOdBI
X
O/OFF)
OIOdB)
X
OIOFF)
OIOdBI
X
o (OfF)
OIOdB)
X
OIOFFI
OIOdB)
,
AUX1. 2/ TUNER
/ iPod / Portable
DVD / AUXl
SUBWOOFER
0
0
REFERENCE
WIDE
DOLBY HIP
BYPASS
DVS
Input signal per input source
0
0
0
0
OD.MIX
OD.MIX
0
0
ePllI
eM
0
0
0
0
,
n
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0
0
0
0
TONE
CONTROL
o (OFF)
OIOFFI
o (OFF)
OIOFFI
OfOFF)
OIOFFI
o (OfF)
o (OFFI
o :Signal present or controllable.
•
: Can be selected with 2-channel decode mode.
X : No signal or not controllable.
D.MIX: Compatible with down-mixing.
PLll : Compatible with PLII processing.
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Video output table
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OUTPUT VIOEO
OVO/CD
.... TUNER
~ AUXI
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AUX2
Front in
iPod
IInterlaced
IProoress ive
IHDMI
0
0
Com~onent
480i1576i 480p1576p
0
X
X
X
0
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
VIDEO
S-video
VIOEO
S-video
S-video
0
x
0
x
x
0
x
x
x
0
0
0
x
X
X
0
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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HOMI
VI
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0
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x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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I Progressive Scan Circuit "DCDi™"
''DCDi™'' is trademark of Faroodja, a division of Genesis Microchip
Inc.
The S-102 is equipped with a high precision Progressive Scan circuit
''DCDi™'' allowing it to reproduce movies and other images on DVDs
with a quality near that of the original.
I..A_L2~4~P_r_o_c_es_s_in~g~(S=t=e~re=o~m~o~d~e~o=n~ly~)~........!II
AL24 Processing has inherited the technology of the original ALPHA
Processing that was used in DENON's highly-successful referenceclass audio components.
AL24 Processing further reduces quantization distortion and represents
the ultimate analog waveform reproduction technology designed to
support the higher numbers of bits and higher sampling.
AL24 Processing senses the nature of the digital data being input and
interpolates the data so that it faithfully replicates the original analog
waveform. AL24 processing operates when CD, MP3 or WMA data
is inputted.
HDCD®
(High Definition Compatible Digital®)
(Stereo mode only)
HDCD® is an encoding/decoding technology that greatly reduces
the distortion that occurs upon digital recording while maintaining
compatibility with the conventional CD format, thus expanding the
dynamic range and achieving a high resolution.
Conventional CDs and HDCD compatible CDs are identified
automatically to select the optimum digital processing.
IKX:DI®, HDCD®, High Definition Compatible Digital® and
Microsoft® are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Microsoft Corporation, Inc. in the United States and/or other
countries. HDCD system manufactured under license from
Microsoft Corporation, Inc. This product is covered by one or more
of the following: In the USA 5,479,168, 5,638,074, 5,640,161,
5,808,574, 5,838,274, 5,854,600, 5,864,311, 5,872,531, and in
Australia: 669114. Other patents pending.
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Audyssey Dynamic
ea.
Audyssey Dynamic EO. is a technology that automatically corrects the
tonal balance of an audio system when the volume is changed. It
is based on psychoacoustic research that better matches to human
perception than other loudness compensation that was used before.
The tonal balance is adjusted continuously with variation in both
program material and volume setting.
II Audyssey BassXT
Audyssey BassXT is a solution to extend bass performance to lower
frequencies without increasing cabinet size, driver size or weight.
BassXT actively monitors the incoming low frequency signal and
drives subwoofers to their maximum capability at all volumes, thereby
producing deeper bass at all volume levels. This allows the subwoofer
to play low bass content when it can and protects it only for the few
times when it can't. It is not like simple bass boost or tone control
as the system is fully customized for each speaker design by DSP
processing and works in real time.
Manufactured under license from Audyssey Laboratories, Inc.
U.S. and foreign patents pending.
Audyssey BassXFM and Audyssey Dynamic EOTM are trademarks
of Audyssey Laboratories, Inc.
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Symptom
Power turns off
suddenly and
power indicator
flashes red.
Troubleshooting
If a problem should arise, first check the following:
1. Are the connections correct?
2. Is the set being operated as described in the owner's manual?
3. Are the other components operating properly?
If this unit does not operate properly, check the items listed in the table below. Should the problem persist,
there may be a malfunction.
In this case, disconnect the power immediately and contact your store of purchase.
Cause
Countermeasure
• Protection circuit activated due • Turn off the power, wait for the
to rise of internal temperature.
set to fully cool down, then turn
the power back on.
• Place the set in a well-ventilated
place.
• Core wires of two speakers are • First unplug the power cord,
touching each other or a core
then twist the core wires tightly
wire is sticking out of the terminal
or terminate the speaker cables,
and touching the set's rear panel,
then reconnect.
activating the protection circuit.
• Set is damaged.
• Turn off the power and contact a
DENON service center.
Page
10
10
9,10
-
[General]
~!'~Symptom
Display not lit
and sound not
produced when
power switch set
to on.
Display lit but
sound not
produced.
Monitor does not
display an image.
When the
subwoofer
indicator has lit.
Cause
• Power cord
securely.
not
plugged
Countermeasure
in • Check the insertion of the power
cord plug.
• Speaker cables not securely
connected.
• Device you want to play and set
input source do not match.
• Volume control set to minimum.
• MUTING is on.
• Digital signals not input Digital
input selected.
Page
10
• Connect securely.
10
• Select an appropriate input
source.
• Turn volume up to suitable level.
• Switch off MUTING.
• Input digital signals or select
input terminal to which digital
signals are being input.
20
• Connections between the video • Check whether the connections
output terminal of this unit are correct.
and the input connector of the
monitor are incomplete.
• The input setting of the monitor • Set the input switching of the
TV is different.
TV to the terminal to which the
video input is connected.
• The subwoofer and main unit are • Check whether or not the cable
is properly connected.
not properly connected with the
system cable.
If the indicator lights even though
the cable is properly connected,
there may be a malfunction.
20
31
12
11
[Remote Control Unit)
Symptom
Cause
Set does not work • Batteries are worn.
properly when
• You are operating outside of the
remote control
specified range.
unit operated.
• Obstacle between main unit and
remote control unit.
• The batteries are not Inserted in
the proper direction, as indicated
by the polarity marks in the
battery compartment.
• The set's remote control sensor
is exposed to strong light (direct
sunlight, invertertypefluorescent
bulb light, etc.).
• SOURCE CONTROL switch position
is different.
Countermeasure
Page
• Replace with new batteries.
• Operate within the specified
range.
• Remove the obstacle.
5
5
• Insert the batteries in the
proper direction, following the
polarity marks in the battery
compartment.
• Move the set to a place in which
the remote control sensor will
not be exposed to strong light.
5
• Set the SOURCE CONTROL switch
for the device you wish to use.
5
5
8
12
10
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[DVD]
~.", Sy,mptom
Symptom
Countenneasure
Page
Playback does
not start when ~
button is pressed.
Playback stops
immediately.
• Is there condensation on the disc or player? (Let stand for 1 or 2
hours)
• Discs other than DVDs and music CDs cannot be played.
• Disc is dirty. Wipe off the dirt.
-
Picture is
disturbed during
the search
operation.
Buttons do not
operate.
• Some disturbance is normal.
-
No subtitles are
displayed.
Audio (or subtitle)
language does
not switch.
Angle does not
switch.
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Countenneasure
• Check the default setting for the disc language's menu language.
Page
15
Countenneasure
Cause
·HDMI audio signal output • Set to "VIDEO SETUP" - "HDMI
SETUP" - "HDMI AUDIO OUT"destination setting is wrong.
Page
[Audio]
• Some operations are disabled for some discs.
-
• Subtitles are not displayed for DVDs not containing subtitles.
• Subtitles are turned off. Turn the subtitles setting on.
15
• The audio (or subtitle) language does not switch for discs which do
not include multiple audio (or subtitle) languages.
• For some discs the audio (or subtitle) language cannot be switched
when the operation to switch it is performed, but can be switched on
the menu screens.
• The angle cannot be switched for DVDs which do not contain multiple
angles. In some cases multiple angles are only recorded for specific
scenes.
Playback does not • Check the "RATINGS" setting.
start when the
title is selected.
The password for • Initialize using the procedure described at " Resetting the
rating level has
Microprocessor':
been forgotten.
Reset all the DVD
setting to Factory
Preset.
The disc is not
• The disc does not play with the selected audio or subtitle language if
played with the
that audio or subtitle language is not included on that DVD.
audio or subtitle
language set
as the default
setting.
Picture is not
displayed in 4:3
(or 16:9).
4
5
Menu screen
messages for the
desired language
do not display.
• At the menu's "TV ASPECT" setting, select "4:3LB/4:3PS/WIDE
(16:9)" and set according to the TV you are using.
-
-
Symptom
No sound is
output from
the monitor
connected
with HDMI
connections.
-
18
31
-
16
"ON':
[Tuner]
Symptom
-
16
Continuous noise
is heard when
receiving FM
programs
Hissing or
continuous noise
is heard when
receiving AM
programs
Cause
Countenneasure
Page
• Antenna cable is not properly • Connect the antenna cable
properly.
connected.
• Connect an outdoor antenna.
13
• This may be noise from a TV or • Turn off the TV
interference from a radio station. • Change the position and direction
of the AM loop antenna.
3
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[iPod]
Symptom
iPod cannot be
played.
iPod slide show
is not output to
the TV.
.cause
-
Countermeasure
..
·The input source assigned to • Switch to the input source
"iPod Assign" is not selected.
assigned at "iPod ':
• Cable is not properly connected. • Reconnect.
• Control Dock for iPod's AC • Plug the Control Dock for iPod's
adapter is not connected to
AC adapter into a power outlet.
power outlet.
Page
29
12
-
• Set the iPod slide show correctly.
See your iPod user's manual for
more details on how to operate.
-
-
Cause
COuntermeasure
Page
[Video]
Symptom
The on-screen
display does not
appear.
• The format of the TV (NTSC or • Match the format of the TV
PAl) do not match.
16
No picture
appears.
• The connections between the S- • Check the connections.
102 and monitor are faulty.
• The monitor's input setting is • Set properly.
wrong.
11
• The connections to the HDMI • Check the connections.
connectors are faulty.
• The monitor is not compatible • Connect a monitor that is
with
copyright
protection
compatible
copyright
with
(HDCP).
protection (HDCP).
11
No picture
appears
with HDMI
connections.
DVDs cannot be
copied on a VCR.
-
• This is not a malfunction. Most
movie software includes copy
prevention signals and cannot be
copied.
-
11
-
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Specifications
o General
o Audio section
• Analog
Input sensitivity 1 Input impedance:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
140 mV/47 kOikohms
o Tuner section
Reception frequency range:
Receiving sensitivity:
FM stereo separation:
Maximum external dimensions:
FM: 87.50 MHz - 107.90 MHz
FM: 1.5 IN/75 O/ohms
35 dB (1 kHz)
AM: 530 kHz to 1710 kHz
AM: 20 ~V
o Video section
• Standard video connectors
Input 1 output level and impedance:
• S-Video connectors
Input 1 output level and impedance:
• Color component video connector
Input 1 output level and impedance:
o DVD section
Signal fonnat:
Supported discs:
1 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
y Ibrightness) signal - 1 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
C (colorl signal - 0.286 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
Y (brightness) signal - 1 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
PB / CB signal - 0.7 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
PR / CR signal - 0.7 Vp-p, 75 O/ohms
Pin connector. 1 set!S-Video connector: 1 set!
Component video connector: 1 set
NTSC/PAL
(1) DVD-VIDEO discs
12 cm single side 1 layer, 12 cm single side 2 layers,
12 cm both sides 2 layers (single side 1 layerl,
8 cm single side 1 layer, 8 cm single side 2 layers,
8 cm both sides 2 layers (single side 1 layer)
(21 Compact Disc (CD-DA)
12 cm discs, 8 cm discs
o Clock/Timer section
Clock method:
Timer:
40
Power line frequency synchronized method
Everyday/Once timer: One system each
Sleep timer: 120 minutes, maximum
Weight:
120 V AC, 60 Hz
51W
03 W (standby)
380 (W) x 93 (H) x 293 (D) mm (14-61/64" x 3-21/32" x 11-17/32")
(ADV-S102) (including system cable)
3.8 kg 18 Ibs 6 oz) (ADV-S 102)
o Remote control unit (RC-1073)
Remote control method:
Power supply:
Maximum external dimensions:
Weight:
IR pulse method
R6/AA Type (two batteries)
52 IW) x 243 (H) x 19 (D) mm (2-3/64" x 9-9116" x 13/16")
175 g IApprox. 6 oz) (including batteriesl
o Speakers
• Speaker system
Type:
Maximum external dimensions:
Weight:
• Subwoofer
Type:
Maximum external dimensions:
Weight:
SC-S102
2-way, 2-speakers, Closed box / Low-leakage-flux
8 cm cone bass-mid x 1 /2.5 cm high range x 1
103 (W) x 258 (H) x 76 (D) mm (4-3/64" x 10-5/32" x 2-63/64")
2.0 kg (4 Ibs 14 oz) (per unit)
DSW-S102
1-way, 1-speaker, Reflex box / Low-leakage-flux / Built-in amplifier
16 cm cone x 1
2121W) x 378 (H) x 408 (D) mm 18-11/32" x 14-7/8" x 16-1/16")
(including footl
105 kg (23 Ibs 2 ozl (including base)
'*' For purposes of improvement, specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
'*' 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.
List of preset codes / Liste de codes preregh!s /Lista de c6digos pre-ajustados
DVD Player
A
0
H
Aiwa
Oenon
Hitachi
J
'.JVC
K Konka
M Magnavox
Mitsubishi
p 'Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
S Sanyo
. Sony
T
Z
Toshiba
Zenith
Citizen
009
014. *[1111
010
006.011
012. 013
005
004
014
005. 015. 016. 017
003.008
018
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Cybernex
0
Daewoo
E
Daytron
DBX
Dumont
Dynatech
Electrohome
Eiectruphonic
002. 019. 020
001. 021. 022
023
Emerson
F
0
Denon
M'Magnavox
Mitsubishi
P Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
R RCA
S Sony
028. 029. 112
026
028
029.030
026
028.031
032
033. 034. 035. 036
G
H
Fisher
GE
Go Video
Goldstar
Gradiente
Grundig
Harley Davidson
Harman Kardon
Hi-O
Hitachi
J
A
Admiral
Aiko
Aiwa
Akai
B
C
Alba
Amstrad
ASA
Asha
Audio Dynamic
Audiovox
8eaumark
Broksonic
Calix
Candle
Canon
capehart .
Carver
CCE
081
095
009
026, 027, 070, 072, 082, 083.
084
055
009
042
087
005. 085
088
087
086. 093
088
006. 087. 088. 089, 090
049, 057
025. 055, 056, 071
015
095
JC Penny
Jensen
JVC
K
Kenwood
L
Kodak
Lloyd
LXI
M
Magnavox
Magnin
Marantz
Marta
MEl
Memorex
Metz
MGA
MGN Technology
Midland
Minolta
006. 007, 087. 088, 089. 090.
095
007,087, 088, 091, 115
006, 049, 073, 080, 087, 090,
092
087
025. 055, 059. 074. 089. 093,
095. 096
025. 055
005. 085
053
009
001.088.097
088
001.009, 017, 027. 086. 088,
089.092,093,097.100,101,
102.103.104.117
009.028.031,053. 054. 091.
099.115
007, all. 049. 050, 051. 052.
073, 080. 087
047.048
000. 006. 012. 062. 088
094
042
094
040,062
091
009, 013, 023, 026. 058,
* [1081. 109, 110, 111
004.005. 007. 023, 028. 049.
062. 085. 087, 088
013. 026
004. 005, 006. 026. 029. 043,
044, 045, 046. 085
004, 005. 006. 026, 029, 033,
045, 085, 090
088
009,094
088
015, 016. 042. 049, 063. 106
087
004, 005, 006, 015, 042, 049,
085, 090
088
049
009. 033. 049. 053. 060, 081.
087. 088. 091. 094. 115
123,124.125.126,127.128
001,017. 027. 041. 097
087
011
013.023
Mitsubishi
Motorola
Montgomery Ward
N
MTC
Multitech
NAD
NEC
0
P
Nikko
Noblex
Optimus
Optonica
Panasonic
Perdio
Pentax
Philco
Philips
Pilot
Pioneer
Q
R
Portland
Proscan
Pulsar
Quartz
Quasar
Radio Shack
Radix
Randex
RCA
Realistic
S
Ricoh
Salora
Samsung
Sanky
Sansui
Sanyo
SBR
Scott
Sears
Sentra
Sharp
001,003,008,013,014.017.
027. 029, 039. 040, 041. 045.
097
081
001,002.007.009.049.063,
081.115,117
009. 087, 094
007. 009, 011, 087. 090. 094
038
004, 005, 006, 018, 026. 029.
045, 061,062, 085
088
087
081,088
021
024,049, 064, 066, 067,
068, 069, 107
009
009. 013. 023, 058. 090
015. 016. 049
015, 021, 042. 049, 105
088
005, 013. 029, 036. 037, 038.
045,085
025, 055, 090
063.080
060
033
034. 035. 049
001.002,021. 081, 087, 088.
091.094, 097. 098, 115
088
088
007, 013. 019, 023, 058. 063.
064, 065, 073, 080, 082, 087
009. 021, 031. 033. 049, 053.
081, 087, 088. 091. 094, 097.
098
055
033.041
007. all, 051. 059, 070. 083.
087. 089. 113
081
005. 026. 029. 045, 061. 085.
114
032, 033. 053, 087. 091, 115.
116
042
017.020. 086, 089, 093. 117
013.023, 028. 031, 033, 053.
054. 088. 091. 098, 099. 115
055
001.002. 021, 097
Shogun
Sony
STS
Sylvania
T
Symphonic
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Teknika
TMK
Toshiba
U
V
W
X
V
Z
Totevision
Unirech
Vecrtor Research
Victor
Video Concepts
Videosonic
Wards
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
Celebrity
Circuit City
087
075, 076, 077, 078. 079, 121,
122
023
009. 015. 016. 017. 041. 049.
094
009,094
009
009.088
004.026.030
004. 009. 026. 094
024, 049
009,010.022.049,088,094
087, 092
013.017,020,041.059,089,
098,099.117
007, 087. 088
087
005. 062. 085. 089. 090
005, 045, 046, 085
005, 027, 085. 089. 090
007,087
013,021,023, 087, 088. 089,
091, 094. 097,118.119.120
094
004, 005, 006, 026. 062. 085
060, 078. 079
Citizen
Concerto
Colortyme
Conlec
Cony
Craig
Crown
Curtis Mathes
0
E
Admiral
Adventura
Aiko
Akai
Aileron
A-Mark
Amtron
Anam
Anam National
AOC
B
C
Archer
Audiovox
Bauer
Belcor
Bell & Howell
Bradford
Brockwood
candle
Capehart
045.121
122
054
016. 027, 046
062
007
061
006.007. 036
061.147
003, 007, 033, 038. 039, 047,
048,049, 133
007
007.061
155
047
045,118
061
003,047
003,030,031, 032, 038, 047,
049, 050, 122
003
Daytron
Dimensia
Dixi
Electroband
Electrohome
Elta
Emerson
F
Television
A
Daewoo
G
Envision
Etron
Fisher
Formenti
Fortress
Fujitsu
Funai
Futuretech
GE
Goldstar
Grundy
H
Hitachi
I
J
Hitachi Pay TV
Infinity
Janeil
J8l
JC Penny
JCB
JVC
K
Kawasho
Kenwood
Kloss
Kloss Novabeam
KTV
046
003
029, 030, 031, 032, 034, 038.
047.049,050.054,061,095,
122,123
031.047.049
003,047,049,135
013. 051. 052. 061
051. 052. 061
004.061
029
029, 034, 038, 044. 047, 049,
053, 095, 118
027, 029, 039, 048, 049. 054,
055,106,107,137
003, 049
044
007. 015. 027
046
029.056.057. 058, 147
027
029. 051, 059. 060, 061, 062.
118,123,124,139,148
038
027
014. 021, 063. 064, 065. 118
155
012
004, 062
004, 062
004
020, 036, 037, 040, 044, 058,
066, 088, 119, 120, 125, 147
000, 015. 029. 031, 039. 048,
051. 056. 057. 067, 068. 069,
116
062
029. 031, 051, 052. 070,111,
112,113,124, *[134]
151
017, 071
122
017. 071
020, 034, 039, 040. 041, 044,
048. 050, 058, 066, 069, 076,
088. 090, 095, 125. 136, 159
046
019, 051. 052, 072. 073, 091.
117.126
018. 046
038, 056, 057
010, 032
005,122,127,131
074.123
I PRESET CODE I
1
L
Loewe
Logik
071
144
Luxman
031
008,014,017,024,040,044,
063,071,075,076,077,118
125
'
005,010,017,030,033,038,
050, 056, 071, 078, 079, 085,
089,108,109,110,127,131,
132,145
015,017,071, 080
LXI
M
Magnavox
Marantz
Matsui
Memorex
Mett
MGA
Midland
Minutz
Mitsubishi
Montgomery Ward
N
Motorola
MTC
NAO
National
National Quenties
027
014,027,045,083,118,144
160,161,162,163
001, 039, 048, 056, 057, 058,
065, 081, 083
125
066
001,016,039,048, 056, 057,
058, 065, 081, 082, 083, 105
011.020, 144, 145, 146
121,147
031, 034, 039, 048, 095
008,075,076, 128
002,036,061,147
NTC
002
031, 038, 039, 048, 057, 084,
086,135,147
054
054
0
Optimus
Optonica
128
011,012,093,121
Orion
P
Panasonic
004,139
002,009,017,036,037,071,
141,143,147
005, 010, 030, 050, 051, 056,
079,085,127,131,132,145
147
'
005,015,017,050,051,056,
078,087,088,089,131,132,
147
124,128,142
NEC
~Nikko
Philco
Philips
• Pioneer
Portland
Price Club
Proscan
Proton
Pulsar
Q
Quasar
R
Radio Shack
S
054
095
040, 044, 125
035,051,092,129
RCA
Realistic
014,063,093,118
Saisho
027
003,015,034,053,055,057,
094, 095, 136, 153
139
013,014,021,022, 063, 064,
081,096
015
Samsung
Sanyo
SBR
Sears
Sharp
Siemens
Signature
Simpson
Sony
Soundesign
Spectricon
Squareview
Supre-Macy
Supreme
Sylvania
Symphonic
T
2 I PRESET CODE I
Tandy
Tatung
Technics
Teknika
Tera
THOMSON
Toshiba
U
V
Universal
Victor
Video Concepts
Viking
015
062
008, 014, 021, 022, 023, 024,
025, 040, 052, 057, 062, 063,
064, 065, 073, 075, 076, 097,
098, 125, 159
011, 012, 013, 026, 093, 099,
100,104,121
013
045,144
050
043,046,138,146,150
030, 050, 062
007,033
004
032,122
046
005,010,017,030,078,079,
085,089,101,127,131,132,
145,155
004,148
012,121
036, 124
037
001, 030, 032, 034, 052, 054,
078,083,095,144,156,157
035,129
165,166
008, 014, 034, 063, 075, 076,
095,097,136,158,159
020, 066, 088
019,073, 126
W
Wards
016
032,122
005, 045, 066, 078, 085, 088,
n~' 093, 102, 103, 131, 132,
Z
Zenith
Zonda
042,114,115,140,144,149
007
C
E
G
H
J
M
ABC
Archer
Century
Citizen
Colour Voice
Comtronic
Eastern
Garrard
Gemini
General Instrument
Hytex
Jasco
Jerrold
Magnavox
N
0
P
R
S
006, * [0071. 008, 009
010,011
011
T
U
V
Z
011
009,016, 017, 026, 032
018
Stargate
Teleview
Tocom
TV86
Unika
United Artists
Universal
Viewstar
Zenith
019
019
000, 006, 020
001,005
011,012,013,018,021
002, 003, 022
029
015
014,023
004,024,025
014
014
009
014
014
007,016
019
011
006
010,011
018,019
027,028
Satellite Receiver
A
C
D
E
G
H
M
N
P
011
012.013
014
015
011
030,033, 034
030, 031, 032
006
Movie Time
NSC
Oak
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Regency
Samsung
Scientific Atlanta
Signal
SL Marx
Starcom
J
K
CABLE
A
042
036,037,074,141
011,044,063,093,118
~,044, 125, 130, 137, 151,
Sansui
Schneider
Scott
R
S
Alphastar
Chaparral
Dishnet
Drake
Echostar Dish
GE
General Instruments
Grundig
Hitachi
Hughes Network
JVC
Kathrein
054
035, 036
053
037,038
062,066
048, 055, 056
039,040,041
070,071,072, 073
058,059
063, 064, 065, 069
057
074,075,076,083
Magnavox
Nokia
Philips
Primestar
Proscan
RCA
Realistic
060
070,080,084,085,086
060
051
048, 055, 056
048, 055, 056, 068
042
Sierra I
Sierra II
036
036
Sierra III
Sony
036
049, 067
STSl
043
STS2
STS3
SRS4
044
045
046
•
T
Technisat
Toshiba
077,078,079,081,082
047,050
U
Uniden
061
CD Player
A Aiwa
B Burmster
C
D
E
F
J
Carver
Denon
Emerson
Fisher
001, 035, 043
002
003, 035
*[1111044
004,005,006, 007
003, 008, 009, 010
018,019
011,012,013,014, 017
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
MCS
Onkyo
Optimus
Philips
Pioneer
006,015, 035
016, 028, 035
016,024
025,027
017,020,021,022, 023
014,032,033,035
006,022, 030
S
Sears
Sony
006
023, 031
T
Teac
Technics
002, 009, 028
016, 029, 036
W
V
Z
Wards
Yamaha
Zenith
035,037
038, 039, 040, 041
K
M
o
P
042
CD Recorder
D
P
Denon
Philips
*[111],112
112
P
S
T
V
W
V
Optimus
Panasonic
007,008
012
Philips
Pioneer
012
007, 008, 009
013,014,015
012
Sony
Technics
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
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Vooringestelde codes
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Kenwood
Onkyo
Sharp
Sony
113
003,004
007
005
006
TAPE
A
Aiwa
001,002
C
Carver
Denon
Harman/Kardon
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Marantz
002
*[111]
002,003
004,005
D
H
J
K
M
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Onkyo
006
002
002
016,018
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