Avayon DXP-1000 Instruction manual

DVD/DIVX PLAYER
Model: DXP-1000
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COMPACT
DIGITAL AUDIO
DVD / DivX / CD-DA / MP3 / CD / CD-R / CD-RW compatible
Read this manual before installation and use
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Warning & Importance
General Information
1. Disc information
2. Select a DVD disc
3. Care of disc
Preparation
1. Unpack the unit
2. Loading batteries into the Remote Control
System Connections
1. Connecting to TV set
2. Connecting to TV & Stereo Amplifier
3. Connecting to 5.1 channels Amplifier
4. Connecting to a AC3 or DTS Decoding Amplifier
Panel Description
1. Front Panel
2. Rear Panel
3. Remote Control
Getting Start
1. Play a Disc
2. Picture Setup
3. General Setup
4. Speaker Setup
5. Audio Setup
6. Preference Setup
JPEG, MP3, DIVX Format
Basic Operation
Function Buttons
Troubleshooting
Specification
Customer Support and Warranty
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WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRES AND ELECTRIC SHOCKS, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
UNIT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fires and
electric shock, do not remove the cover of the unit.
Refer servicing only to qualified person
This lighting flash arrow symbol in a triangle is intended to alert users to
the presence of non-insulated high voltage within the product’s enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock
to person
The exclamation point symbol in a triangle is intended to alert users to
the presence of important operating and maintenance instructions in the
literature accompanying the unit
CLASS 1
LASER
PRODUCT
The marking of products using lasers. The marking will be shown at the
rear panel of the unit, means the unit have been classified as Class 1,
and are utilizing laser beams that are of weaker class. There is no
danger of hazardous radiation outside the unit
REFER SERVICING ONLY TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON
IMPORTANCE
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Read through this instruction manual before installation and use.
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Do not touch the power plug with wet hand.
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When disconnecting the power cord from the power outlet, hold the plug, do not pull the wire.
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Switch off the main power when the unit is not in use. (Disconnect the power plug from the power outlet
when you do not intend to use the unit for a prolonged period of time.)
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Before moving the unit, remove the disc from the unit’s tray first.
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Do not open the cover or touch any of the components inside the unit.
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Do not install or operate the unit directly exposed to sunlight or nearby objects radiating heat that may lead to
overheat and dangerous to the unit.
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Do not install or operate the unit in overly moist or humid environments that may affect the laser head.
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Install the unit on flat surface with good air circulation. Do not cover the ventilation holes on the unit in
anyway. Otherwise, the unit will possibly overheat and malfunction.
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Wipe the panel and case with soft dry cloth only. Do not apply any kind of thinner, alcohol or sprays when
the cleaning of the unit.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
This unit can play the following types of disc:
DVD
single side / double sides
single layer / double layers
DVD-R / DVD-RW
DVD+R / DVD+RW
DivX
Ver. 3.11 / 4.xx / 5.xx
CD-DA
MP3
CD-R
CD-RW
Photo CD (JPEG)
1. DISC INFORMATION
Disc types
DVD
VCD
DIVX
CD
Recording
method
Digital / MPEG II
Digital / MPEG I
MPEG 4
Digital
Capacity
650MB
74min
Single layer
Single side
650MB
650MB
74min
4.7GB = 2 hr
Single layer
Double sides
8.5GB =4 hr
Disc size
12cm / 8cm
12cm
12cm / 8cm
Horizontal
Resolution
500 lines up
240 lines up
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Sub-titles
32
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Sound tracks
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COMPACT
Symbol
DIGITAL AUDIO
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2. SELECT A DVD DISC
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DVD discs and DVD players are manufactured under the worldwide agreed DVD Regional Code System that
the player will operate only with corresponding disc of the same Regional Code.
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DVD Regional Code:
Regional Code
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Region
Canada, USA
Europe (incl. Poland, Romania, The Czech republic), Japan,
Middle East (incl. Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Iran, South Africa)
East Asia (incl. Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea), Southeast
Asia
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Australia, Caribbean, Central & South America, Mexico, New
Zealand
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Africa, Former Soviet Union, India, North Korea, Pakistan,
Turkmenistan
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China
( Remarks: This DVD will only play the DVD with Region Code 1 )
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Features of a DVD disc:
Each DVD disc contains different combinations of features depending on the design and production of the
disc. The following symbols representing some DVD features:
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Regional Code / Video Output System
NTSC
DOLBY
D I G I T I A L
Dolby Digital Surround
DTS Digital Surround
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16 : 9
Number of audio Tracks
2
Number of Sub-titles
LB
Screen modes
RESTRICTED
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Child Lock
Number of Angles
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REMARK
Some features of this unit are related to the DVD disc’s software. Some
features of this unit cannot be preformed if the disc does not support
the features, or required special settings. Check the features of the disc
before playing it, or follow the instruction on screen menu of the disc.
3. CARE OF DISC
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Video disc contains high density compressed data that needs proper handling.
Hold the disc with fingers, holding the hole at center and the edge do not touch the disc
surface.
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Do not bend or press the disc, do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or heating source.
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Store discs in cabinet, vertically, in dry condition, prevent moisture or humidity.
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Clean the disc with soft dry cloth only, wipe gently, from center to the edge. Do not apply
thinner, alcohol or sprays when cleaning.
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PREPARATION
1. UNPACK THE UNIT
The standard packing contains the following items:
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The DVD player unit.
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Infra red remote controller
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AV Cables
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Two AAA batteries
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User’s instruction manual
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Warranty Registration Card
2. LOADING BATTERIES INTO THE REMOTE CONTROL
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Remove the battery compartment cover.
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Load two AAA batteries into the battery compartment.
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Make sure that the batteries have been inserted in the right polarities matching to the symbols +, - as
indicated in the battery compartment.
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When replacing batteries, replace both batteries. Do not mix new and used batteries operating together;
otherwise, the operating lifetime will be much shorter than normal.
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Do not dispose batteries as normal rubbish. Be environment friendly, dispose batteries according to the
Government’s regulation.
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Remove the batteries if you do not intend to use the unit for a prolonged period of time.
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SYSTEM CONNECTIONS
DO NOT connect the AC power socket
to the wall outlet before the system
connection is completed
Before turning on the power standby button on the front panel or remote control,
you should switch on the main power in the rear panel.
Note: The light in the front panel will be red in color when it is in power off mode;
green in color when it is in standby mode.
1. CONNECTING TO TV SET
One set of AV cable is included in the Standard packing
Connects the unit’s S-Video or video output (Video) to the TV’s S-Video or Video input
terminal (Yellow).
Connect the DVD unit’s Audio (FL, FR) output to the TV’s audio (L, R) input.
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2. CONNECTING TO TV & STEREO AMPLIFIER
Connect the unit’s S-Video or Video output to the TV’s S-Video or Video input.
Connect the unit’s Audio (FR / FL) output to stereo amplifier’s input terminals Left (White) and
Right (Red).
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3. CONNECTING TO 5.1 CHANNELS AMPLIFIER
Connect the unit’s ‘S-Video’ or ‘Video’ output to the TV’s S-Video or Video input.
Connect the unit’s 5.1 channels surround audio output (FL, FR, SL, SR, CEN, SW) to the 5.1
channels amplifier’s audio input terminals, Front Left, Front Right, Surround Left, Surround Right,
Center and Sub-Woofer.
(An amplifier with 6 channels input and output is required, AC3 decoder is NOT required.)
Connecting AC3/DTS digital outputs (Optical or Coaxial) to an AC3 or DTS decoding amplifier
is also possible, see instruction in next page.
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4. CONNECTING TO AC3 OR DTS DECODING AMPLIFIER
Connect the unit’s S-Video or Video output to the TV’s S-Video or Video input.
Connect the digital output (optical or coaxial) to the TV’s S-Video or Video input.
Press the ‘SETUP’ button on the remote control to enter the unit’s SETUP MENU:
Press ^ / v on the Remote Control to select AUDIO SETUP, and
Press ^ / v again to select SPDIF/RAW,
Press ‘ENTER’ buttons confirm the setting
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PANEL DESCRIPTION
1. FRONT PANEL
The items 1-4 are Karaoke function, simply put the DVD or VCD karaoke and getting start playing, then
connect the microphone into the MIC1,2 and adjust between Microphone volume and Echo volume for the
best effect on sound. Please note that the Volume and MIC buttons need to be pushed so that they pop out
and allow for easy tuning.
2. REAR PANEL
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2.
3.
4.
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14.
5.1 channels Audio output Sub-woofer
5.1 channels Audio output Surround Right
5.1 channels Audio output Front Right
S-Video Video output
YPbPr Video output - Pr
Coaxial Digital Audio output
Optical Digital Audio output
5.1 channels Audio output Center
5.1 channels Audio output Surround Left
5.1 channels Audio output Front Left
Video output
YPbPr Video output - Pb
YPbPr Video output – Y
Main Power Switch
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3.REMOTE CONTROL
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GETTING STARTED
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Read through this instruction manual.
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Unpack the unit.
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Load batteries into the remote control.
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Connect the unit, make sure the connections are correct.
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Connect the power socket to wall outlet, power on the system via switch on rear of unit.
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Check the setting of the unit, TV and amplifier are correct and match each other.
1. PLAY A DISC
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Switch on the power
Switch on the main power switch on the unit’s front panel, and switch on the TV set, and the amplifier if
connected.
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Set the system
Select the corresponding setting of the unit, TV set (AV or S-Video) and the amplifier, until the power on screen
shows.
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Load a disc
Press the “OPEN” button
on the front panel or on the remote control, to open the disc tray. Load a disc
into the tray and press the “OPEN” button
again to close the disc tray. (Note: place the disc’s label side up,
blank side down.)
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Automatic Play
The unit will take several seconds to read the disc data, display the disc type logo at the left upper corner of the
TV screen, and start playing automatically.
(MP3 disc would take longer time to upload the data on ‘Smart NAVI’ Menu when loading)
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If a Disc Menu displayed on the screen:
1. Press the ► button to start playing, or
2.
Press
button on the remote control to select the desired item and then press ENTER button to
confirm.
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A different kind of Disc Menu is displayed on the TV screen depending on the design and production of the disc.
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2. PICTURE SETUP
The unit’s TV output color is selectable to PAL or NTSC
IMPORTANT
If the TV set is NOT multi-video system, and the following is observed on
the TV screen it could be a result of wrong color system matching with the
TV set:
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Picture is distorted
Picture is black and white, no color.
Picture is not full screen, or border part of picture bas been blocked.
The DVD Player is set to NTSC system output as default, if you are not playing in the
U.S.A. or in PAL system, please change the output system of the unit by the steps below.
If the above problem happens:
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Set the TV set’s system to the proper setting, or
2.
Change the DVD unit’s output system setting as following:
1.
Press ‘SETUP’ on remote control,
2.
Go to ‘PREFERENCE’
3.
Select the ‘TV TYPE’ MULTI, NTSC or PAL.
If the above steps DO NOT fix the problem, see TROUBLESHOOTING.
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3. GENERAL SETUP
1.
Pressing the SETUP button on remote control during STOP or PLAY mode to SETUP MENU.
2.
Using
Cursor to select GENERAL SETUP. Press ENTER to enter GENERAL SETUP page.
SETUP MENU
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-- GENERAL PAGE --
MAIN PAGE
TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
GENERAL SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
PREFERENCE
EXIT SETUP
TV DISPLAY
-- GENERAL PAGE --
Using cursor to move to desired setting and
press ENTER to confirm.
NORMAL/PS – 4 x 3 Pan Scan
Full screen of picture on TV. Normally, left and
right edges cannot be shown.
NORMAL/LB – 4 x 3 Letter Box
Original ratio of aspect.
WIDE – 16 : 9 Widescreen
TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
NORM AL P/S
NORM AL L/B
W IDE
PIC MODE (PICTURE MODE)
-- GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
AUTO
FILM
VIDEO
SM ART
SUPER SM ART
This mode will depend on the type of video that you are playing.
AUTO
FILM
VIDEO
SMART
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SUPER SMART -
Automatically adjust to suit your recent playback
Film movie mode (24 Pictures film)
Video base on television mode
This is a good mode to use for progressive
and interlaced material with limited motion.
Superior than Smart Mode
ANGLE MARK
This feature functions only for the disc, which has
-- GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
ANGLE function.
When the ANGLE MARK is set ON, the screen
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ON
OFF
displays the mark.
When the ANGLE MARK is set OFF, the mark is
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not displayed.
After you setting ON, then you can press the
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Angle button to change the view angle of the
screen.
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OSD LANG (ON SCREEN DISPLAY LANGUAGE)
-- GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
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ENGLISH
ENGLISH
CAPTIONS
-- GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
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The hidden subtitle is shown during ON
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The hidden subtitle is closed during OFF
ON
OFF
SCR SAVER (SCREEN SAVER)
There is a formatting problem here that
needs to be fixed
-- GENERAL PAGE -TV DISPLAY
PIC M ODE
ANGLE M ARK
OSD LANG
CAPTIONS
SCR SAVER
M AIN PAGE
When the unit is stopped, no operation, or no
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function button is pressed in 1 minute, screen saver
appears for the purpose to protect the TV screen if
SCR SAVER is set ON.
ON
OFF
15ISDF
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4. SPEAKER SETUP
SETUP MENU
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-- SPEAKER SETUP PAGE --
MAIN PAGE
DOW NM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBW OOFER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TONE
GENERAL SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
PREFERENCE
LT/RT
STEREO
OFF
EXIT SETUP
M AIN PAGE
DOWNMIX
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LT/RT : Left and Right output mode ( Either Left or Right channel Audio output while playing )
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STEREO : Stereo output mode
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OFF : Turn off the Downmix mode. 5.1 channels can be enabled only if Downmix is set OFF and the
rest of other speaker setup is activated.
The Selections below are only available if downmix is ‘OFF’
CENTER
REAR
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E -DO W NM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBW O O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E -DO W NM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBW O O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
ON
O FF
M AIN PAG E
M AIN PAG E
SUBWOOFER
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E -DO WNM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBWO O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
ON
O FF
M AIN PAG E
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ON
O FF
CNTER DELAY
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E --
Adjust the audio delay from center channel from 0
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to 5MS.
DO WNM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBWO O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
This is used in the surround sound mode, the
sounds come out from center speaker will be
5M S
delayed rather than real time. This delay time will
3M S
depends on the distance from the center speaker to
1M S
O FF
M AIN PAG E
the place you receive the sound.
REAR DELAY
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E --
Adjust the audio delay from rear channel from 0 to
‰
15MS.
DO WNM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBWO O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
This is used in the surround sound mode, the sounds come
out from surround speakers will be delayed rather than real
15M S
9M S
time. This delay time will depends on the distance from
surround speakers to the place you receive the sound.
3M S
O FF
M AIN PAG E
TEST TONE
-- SPEAKER SETUP PAG E -DO W NM IX
CENTER
REAR
SUBW O O FER
CNTR DELAY
REAR DELAY
TEST TO NE
ON
O FF
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ON : open the 5.1 channel test function.
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OFF : turn off the 5.1 channel test function.
This function is to test the 5 speakers are working properly. The
sounds will come out from the five speakers, one by one.
M AIN PAG E
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5. AUDIO SETUP
SETUP MENU
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-- AUDIO SETUP PAGE --
MAIN PAGE
SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUAL M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
GENERAL SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
PREFERENCE
OFF
SPDIF/RAW
SPDIF/PCM
EXIT SETUP
M AIN PAGE
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OFF:
Audio signal is out from (FL/FR) AUDIO OUT (RCA) jacks.
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SPDIF/RAW:
The player is connected to a Dolby Digital amplifier through DIGITAL OUT Coaxial or
Optical jack.
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SPDIF/PCM:
The player is connected to a 2-channel digital mode or stereo amplifier through Coaxial
or Optical jack.
OP MODE
-- AUDIO SETUP --
‰ LINE OUT: Line out mode with digital dialog normalization,
compress input linear signal. It suitable to all television
SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUAL M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
LINE OUT
signal input.
M AIN PAGE
DUAL MONO
-- AUDIO SETUP -‰ Output mode
SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUAL M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
of the L/R signals. Mix-mono can be
functioned only if the DVD is playing in 5.1 channels.
STEREO
L-M ONO
R-M ONO
M IX-M ONO
If your amplifier has Dolby digital output mode, you may
choose STEREO, L-MONO, R-MONO, and MIX-MONO for
decoding method
M AIN PAGE
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COMPRESSION
-- AUDIO SETUP -SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUAL M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
M AIN PAGE
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- FULL
6/8
4/8
2/8
OFF
To adjust linear compression rate to obtain the
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different compression results of the signals only if
the OP MODE is set to LINE OUT.
The data from ‘2/8 to Full’ that will reflect the
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“dynamic range” compress of Dolby sounds
output.
PRO LOGIC
-- AUDIO SETUP -SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUA L M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
‰
To select Dolby Prologic Surround mode.
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To select LPCM output at 48K or 96K.
OFF
ON
AUTO
M AIN PAGE
LPCM OUTPUT
-- AUDIO SETUP -SPDIF OUTPUT
OP M ODE
DUAL M ONO
COM PRESSION
PRO LOGIC
LPCM OUTPUT
It is the Audio output signals (Kb/s). If the
Audio media you play is the high quality music
LPCM 48K
LPCM 96K
(e.g. HDCD), you can choose 96K playback.
M AIN PAGE
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6. PREFERENCE
SETUP MENU
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-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
MAIN PAGE
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
PASSW ORD
GENERAL SETUP
SPEAKER SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
PREFERENCE
EXIT SETUP
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT SELECTION
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
M ULTI
NTSC
PAL
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
S-VIDEO
YPbPr
RGB
LANGUAGE SELECTION
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
CHINESE
JAPANESE
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
CHINESE
JAPANESE
OFF
-- PREFERENCE PAGE --
TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
CHINESE
JAPANESE
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CHINA
FRANCE
HONG KONG
JAPAN
TAIW AN
GBR
USA
PARENTAL CONTROL
- - PREFERENCE PAGE -TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
PASSW ORD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
G
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grade of the disc and your desired. The disc cannot
PG
PG 13
PG-R
NC-17
ADULT
To select an age control grade according to the
be played for the rate higher than the grade set.
‰
Go to the PASSWORD VERIFY PAGE to input
password after selection of Parental grade.
PASSWORD SETTING
-- PASSWO RD CHANG E PAG E -
-- PREFERENCE PAGE -TV TYPE
VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
PASSW ORD
‰
O LD PASSWO RD
NEW PASSWO RD
CO NFIRM PWD
CHANGE
The default setting of password is 3308.
DEFAULTS
-- PREFERENCE PAGE -VIDEO OUTPUT
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
PASSW ORD
DEFLAUTS
‰
To reset the settings to factory setting.
‰
PREFERENCE can be selected only if the
Password mode is set OFF and in STOP mode.
RESET
SMART NAVI
-- PREFERENCE PAGE -AUDIO
SUBTITLE
DISC M ENU
LOCALE
PARENTAL
PASSW ORD
DEFLAUTS
SM ART NAVI
‰
To select the display with MENU for playing MP3
and PHOTO CD (JPEG).
The details and uses of ‘SMART NAVI’ will be
shown in next page.
NO M ENU
W ITH M ENU
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JPEG, MP3 & DivX Format
When disc with JPEG, MP3 and DivX Format is placed in the machine, one of the following screens will appear.
The column ‘Root’ in the left of the SMART NAVI is showing the directory of the disc ;
The column in the right will show the files under the directory that you choose.
JPEG Format
SM ART NAVI
ROOT
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
JPEG
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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JPEG Files listing
Press
to select the „ROOT“ on the left columns & the „FILE“ on the right side, press
„ENTER“/“PLAY“ to view the JPEG PHOTOS. Then press “STOP” to go back to the menu of
“SMART NAVI”.
FUNCTION KEYS
Zoom
Press the “ZOOM” Button, then the screen will show “ZOOM ON”,
and press
Icons to “zoom in” or “zoom out”.
Rotate
Press
Next/
Previous
Press
Menu
Press “Menu” to preview the photos.
to rotate the picture
to the next or previous pictures.
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MP3 Format
SM ART NAVI
ROOT
M P3
M P3
M P3
M P3
M P3
M P3
M P3
M P3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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MP3 Files listing
Press
to select the “ROOT” on the left columns & the “FILE” on the right side, press
“ENTER”/”PLAY” to play the MP3 Music. Then press “STOP” stop playing and go back to the
menu of “SMART NAVI”.
FUNCTION KEYS
Forward/
Backward
Press the
icons to playing fast forward ans fast backward.
Next/
Previous
Press
Mute
Press “MUTE” button to turn the audio off. Press it again to resume.
Pause
Press
to the next or previous songs.
to pause play & press again to resume.
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DivX/MPEG4 FORMAT
SM ART NAVI
ROOT
M P4
M P4
M P4
M P4
M P4
M P4
M P4
M P4
1
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
DivX/MPEG4 Files listing
Press
to select the “ROOT” on the left columns & the “FILE” on the right side, press
“ENTER”/”PLAY” to play the DivX. Then press “STOP” stop playing and go back to the menu of
“SMART NAVI”.
FUNCTION KEYS
Forward/
Backward
Press the
icons to playing fast forward and fast backward.
Continuously pressing and back to normal.
Next/
Previous
Press
Mute
Press “MUTE” button to turn the audio off. Press it again to resume.
Pause
Press
Slow
Press “SLOW” and playback of slow motion. Please “Play” to resume it.
Step
Keep pressing the “STEP” button repeatedly to play frame
by frame.
GoTo
Search the chapter and time you want. For functions please refer to
“Function Buttons” in the manual.
to the next or previous chapter or files.
to pause playing & press again to resume.
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BASIC OPERATION
(see page 11)
Function Key
POWER
Description
POWER STANDBY ON / OFF
(Always Switch Off the Main Power in the back of the unit if you don’t plan to use the player for
a long period of time)
OPEN / CLOSE DISC TRAY
OPEN
If you open the disc tray when a DVD is playing (do not press the STOP button
memorize the stopping position.
), the unit will
When the same disc is loaded again, the unit will continue playing from the position that it
stopped.
(If another disc has been loaded, the last memory will be cleared)
PLAY – NORMAL
PLAY/PAUSE
PAUSE
Pause the unit from playing temporarily
Press
button to resume normal PLAY.
SEARCH FORWARD
SEARCH BACKWARD
Repeat pressing the SEARCH button on the remote or turning the SEARCH switch on the unit
to change the SEARCH speed or back to normal PLAY.
Press
button to resume normal PLAY.
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(see page 10/11)
Function Key
Description
SKIP FORWARD
SKIP BACKWARD
Skip to the next or previous chapter / track.
STOP / PRE-STOP
Press
once to stop the unit, memorizing the stopping position.
a.
Press
to continue playing from the position that it stopped
b.
Press
again to completely STOP the unit.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
(see page 11)
Function Key
Description
DISPLAY
MENU BAR ON SCREEN DISPLAY
Activate the Menu Bar On Screen Display, displaying the current status.
Repeat pressing the button to activate the first page, the second page of Menu and clear the
Menu display.
PBC
PLAYBACK CONTROL (only for VCD playback)
When it is set to ‘ON’, there will be a ‘Play list’ on the screen for title choosing
When it is turn to ‘OFF’, the VCD will be playing automatically after you insert the Disc.
ENTER
CONFIRM AN ENTRY
Confirm a setting entry in the Unit / Disc’s Function Menu
SHUFFLE
Random play
CURSOR
Press the buttons moving UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT in the Unit / Disc’s Function Menu
RETURN
RETURN TO THE MAIN MENU WHILE PLAYING VCD
NUMERIC
KEYS
PROGRAM NUMBER ACCESS
Input one to two digits CHAPTER / TRACK number,
press ENTER button to start the selected CHAPTER / TRACK
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(see page 11)
Function Key
Description
GOTO
GOTO SEARCH
Press the button to enter the SEARCH mode, to select playing at a desired section. The Menu
Bar display as follow:
TITLE 01 / 20
CHAPTER 01 / 010
DVD mode
Pressing the CURSOR button to select search mode, Title, Chapter and Time modes:
Title
Chapter
Time
Other disc types mode
Pressing the CURSOR button to select search mode, Track and Time modes:
Track
REPEAT
Time
REPEAT PLAYBACK
CHAPTER / TITLE (TRACK / DISC)
Repeat playing a selected CHAPTER /TITLE of DVD disc, or TRACK / DISC of other disc
types.
DVD mode
Repeat pressing the button to select REPEAT mode, CHAPTER / TITLE:
Track
Disc
Off
Other disc types mode
Repeat pressing the button to select REPEAT mode, TRACK / DISC:
Track
Disc
NOTE : PBC must be set OFF
To clear the menu bar, press DISPLAY button
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Off
(see page 11)
Function Key
Description
A–B
REPEAT SECTION A Æ B
Repeat playing back a selected section A Æ B
A Æ Start
Press the button at the beginning of the desired section, A
Æ B End
Press the button at the end of the desired section, B
Cancel the setting
Press the button again to switch Off the setting, back to normal play
To clear the menu bar display, press DISPLAY button
PROG
PROGRAM SETTING
Programming a disc playing (VCD, DVD and MP3) in a desired sequence.
The unit memorizes a disc program setting, and recognizes a memorized disc program
automatically when the disc is loaded.
1. Playback a Program
Press PLAY button after setting the program.
2. Set a Program:
Press PROG button and numeric keys to select track and press ENTER button, the track will
be programmed.
PROGRAM
P 00 : 00
Title number
Program order
For example :
Press 2 Æ
Press 5 Æ
Press 1 Æ
P 01 : 02
P 02 : 05
P 03 : 01
then
then
NOTE: DVD CANNOT BE PROGRAMMED
MENU
DISC MAIN MENU
Stop the unit, back to the disc Menu or beginning of disc
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(see page 11)
Function Key
Description
MUTE
TURN OFF THE VOLUME
ZOOM
ZOOM PICTURE
Enlarge the picture to 4 times
In the ZOOM mode, press
SLOW
to adjust the position of zooming position.
SLOW MOTION
Repeat pressing the button to change the SLOW motion speeds or back to normal PLAY mode
The unit is
Muted when
slow is pushed
STEP
TO PLAY THE DISC AT STEP MODE
TITLE
GO TO DVD DISC TITLE MENU (DVD DISC ONLY)
SUB TITLE
SUB TITLE LANGAGE
Press SUBTITLE button to switch the subtitle language
ANGLE
VIEW ANGLE
Repeat pressing the button to select different VIEW ANGLES available from DVD disc
AUDIO
DVD AUDIO TRACK
Repeat pressing the button to select up to 8 dialogues available from DVD disc
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(see page 11)
Function Key
Description
L/R
TO CHANGE THE AUDIO TRACK
SETUP
GO TO SETUP MENU
VIDEO SYSTEM SELECTION (NTSC/PAL)
( For Progressive Scan Model )
PROGRESSIVE SCAN TV AND INTERLACED TV SELECTION
VIDEO
-
+
Press “+” and “-“ to increase or decrease the audio volume.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
When having a problem with this unit, check this list for a possible solution
before asking for service:
Symptom
No Power
Check and Action
1. Check the power cord has been properly connected to the wall outlet
2. Check the main power has been switched on in back of unit.
Does not play
1. No disc, load a disc
2. Disc has been loaded upside down. Place the disc with the label side up
3. Disc’s region code does not match to the unit
4. Disc is not correct type to be played
5. Disc is damaged or dirty, clean the disc or try another disc
6. Moisture may be condensed inside the unit. Remove the disc and leave the
unit power on for one or two hours
No Picture
1. Check the TV set has been powered on, and setting at the correct AV mode
2. Check the system connection is secure
3. Check if the connection cables are damaged
4. Clean the disc
Picture noise /
distorted
1. Disc is dirty or damaged. Clean the disc or try another disc
2. Reset the color system of the DVD unit or the TV set
3. Try to direct the DVD unit to the TV set instead of via the components like
VCR.
Picture not full
screen
Cannot SKIP or
SEARCH
1. Select the screen format. Enter SETUP MENU Æ (TV DISPLAY)
2. Select the screen format from DVD disc menu
1. Some disc are programmed that do not allow users to SKIP or SEARCH
forward at some sections, especially at the beginning WARNING section
2. Single Chapter disc cannot apply SKIP function
No sound or
Sound output
not complete
1. Check the TV and amplifier has been powered on and correctly set
2. Check the TV and amplifier system connections are secure
3. Press AUDIO button select other audio tracks output of disc
4. Check if the MUTE function of the DVD, TV or amplifier has be activated
5. There will be no sound output during REVERSE PLAY / PAUSE / STEP /
SLOW / SEARCH
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TROUBLESHOOTING (continue)
Symptom
Check and Action
No surround
sound
1. Check if the audio output has been changed to Analog.
MP3 disc no
sound or noise
1. When program files or other data files mixed with MP3 files in the same disc,
the unit may play the non-MP3 files with noise or no sound
2. Check the disc, if all the files on disc are MP3 files
3. Skip the file, or try the other file
Remote control
does no function
1. Remove the obstacles between the remote and the unit
2. Point the remote at the remote sensor on the unit
3. Check the batteries of the remote control had been loaded with correct
polarities
4. Replace the batteries of the remote control
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SPECIFICATION
Type of Disc
DVD
DVD-R / DVD-RW
DVD+R / DVD+RW
DIVX Version 3.11 / 4.xx / 5.xx
CD-DA
CD
MP3
CD-R / CD-RW
PHOTO CD (JPEG)
Video Format
MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4
Audio Format
MPEG 1, LAYER 1, LAYER 2
Signal Output
Color System : NTSC / PAL
Audio System : AC3 decoded 5.1 channels output / digital
output / DTS digital output
Video Output : 1Vpp (at 75 ohm)
Audio Output : (Stereo): 2Vpp
Audio Output : (5.1 channels): 0.5Vpp
Frequency Response
CD: 4Hz – 20KHz (EIAT)
DVD: 4Hz – 22KHz (48K)
4Hz – 44KHz (96K)
S/N ratio
> 92Db
THD
<0.04%
Output Terminals
S-Video output X 1
AC3 5.1 channel X 1
Optical digital output X 1
Coaxial digital output X 1
YCbCr / YPbPr output X 1
Power input
110 - 240VAC 50Hz/60Hz
25W
Dimension
Body size : W430 X D260 X H48 mm
Packing size : W520 X D335 X H93 mm
G.W. : 3.7Kg
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT AND WARRANTY
1. CUSTOMER SUPPORT
For installation, usage and repair assistance for both the Warranty
and Post Warranty periods, go to www.avayon.com/support to
access customer support.
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2. WARRANTY
AVAYON Technologies Inc.’s
DVD/DivX Player One-Year Limited Warranty
BEFORE YOU CONTACT AVAYON FOR WARRANTY SUPPORT,
READ YOUR USER MANUAL
Players purchased from AVAYON in the United States are warranted to
be free from defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one (1)
year (“Warranty Period”) from the date of their original retail purchase
(“Effective Date”). If the unit fails to conform to this warranty, AVAYON
will repair the Player using new or refurbished parts or replace the entire
Player with a new or refurbished Player.
TO ENSURE WARRANTY SERVICE, KEEP THE DATED SALES
RECEIPT AS EVIDENCE OF THE PURCHASE DATE. Also, be sure to
register for warranty either through returning the completed mail-in card
found in the shipment box or on line at
www.ayayon.com/support
To obtain warranty service in the U. S., you must also go to
www.avayon.com/support and access customer support. You will be
required to provide the model, serial number and date of purchase.
AVAYON retains the right to assess all warranty claims and to determine
if damages are covered by this warranty. In case of a claim that is not
covered by the warranty, you will be contacted to determine if AVAYON
should repair the damage for a fee or if the product should be returned to
you as received by the service center.
During a period of ninety (90) days from the Effective Date, AVAYON will
provide service labor to repair a manufacturing defect at its designated
service center at no charge to you. If a defective part is replaced after
ninety (90) days from the Effective Date, you pay labor charges for the
repair.
For one (1) year from the Effective Date, AVAYON will use new or
refurbished parts for repairs. Such replacement parts are warranted for
the remaining portion of the original Warranty Period.
During the Warranty Period, AVAYON will, at its option and sole
discretion, repair or replace defective parts, including replacement of the
entire Player. You will be required to ship the unit to the service center
indicated at the time you contact AVAYON customer service for warranty
support. You are responsible for all transportation charges to and from
the service center and for all loss or damage during transport. AVAYON
is not responsible for the de-installation or re-installation of the player.
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NOT COVERED BY THIS ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty does not cover defects, malfunctions or failures resulting
from shipping or transit accidents, abuse, misuse, operation contrary to
furnished instructions, operation on incorrect power supplies, operation
with faulty associated equipment, modification, alteration, improper
servicing from anyone other than an AVAYON authorized service center,
tampering, normal wear and tear, if the serial number has been
removed/defaced or deterioration of the external cabinet.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD OF
TIME SET FORTH ABOVE. AVAYON’S LIABILITY FOR ANY AND ALL
LOSSES AND DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANY CAUSE
WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING OUR NEGLIGENCE, ALLEGED DAMAGE
OR DEFECTIVE GOODS, WHETHER SUCH DEFECTS ARE
DISCOVERABLE OR LATENT, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE PLAYER. WE SHALL NOT BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF USE, COMMERCIAL LOSS OR OTHER
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
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