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MODEL NO.
SDV685-AM
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
ENG 01
1.
2.
3
4.
5.
6.
7.
Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
8. Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves,
or other apparatus (Including amplifiers) that produce heat.
9. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A
polarized plug has two blades with one wider than the other. A grounding type
plug has two blades and a third grounding prong. The wide blade or the third
prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet,
consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
11. Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
12. Use only with the stand, tripod, bracket, or mount specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/
apparatus combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
13. Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of
time.
14. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the
apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is
damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the
apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or
has been dropped.
15. To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this appliance to
rain or m oisture.
16. The shock hazard marking and the associated graphical symbol is provided on
the bottom panel of the unit.
17. Apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and no objects filled with
liquids, shall be placed on the apparatus.
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02 ENG
PRECAUTIONS
Thank you for purchasing this tablet DVD player. Please read this manual carefully
before operating and reserve it for future reference. It will be helpful to you if you
encounter any operational problem.
WA RNING:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this
appliance to rain or moisture, Dripping or splashing and that no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the
Apparatus. Dangerous high voltages are present inside the
enclosure. Do not open the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
AT TENTION:
To prevent electric shock, match wide blade of plug to wide slot,
fully insert.
LA SER:
This Digital Video Disc player employs a Laser System. To ensure
proper use of this product, please read this operating instructions
manual carefully and retain it for future reference. Should the unit
require maintenance, contact an authorized service location.
Use of controls, adjustments or the performance of procedures
other than those specified may result in hazardous radiation
exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to laser beam, do not try to open the
enclosure.
Visible and invisible laser radiation when open and interlocks
defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM
LASER
Type
Wave length
Output Power
Beam divergence
Semiconductor laser GaAIAs
650 nm/780nm
5mW
60degree
CAUTION:
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CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
PRECAUTIONS
ENG 03
CAUTION
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove cover (or back).
No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
DANGERO US
VOLTAGE
INSTRUCTION
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04 ENG
PRECAUTIONS
MA CROVISION: This product incorporates copyright protection technology
that is protected by U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights. Use of this copyright protection technology
must be authorized by Macrovision. If not, the use of this
technology is only permitted for domestic use and other
limited playback uses. Reverse engineering or disassembly
is prohibited.
DOLBY:
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.
DivX:
This device incorporates copyright protection technology
that is protected by DivX, Inc.
DivX, DivX Certified and associated logos are trademarks
of DivX, Inc. and used under license.
WEEE:
Please do not throw electronic devices into household waste
but separate them for correct recycling.
EMARK:
This product conforms to Emark specifications.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ENG 05
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..........................1
CAUTIONS ON
USING THIS PLAYER
DISCS PLAYABLE
CAUTIONS ON USING THIS PLAYER............................ 7
PACKAGE CONTENTS
PACKAGE CONTENTS..................................................10
PARTS AND CONTENTS
FRONT SIDE (MAIN UNIT).............................................11
LEFT SIDE (MAIN UNIT)................................................11
TOP PANEL BUTTON DEFINITION (DVD PLAYER)....12
TOP PANEL BUTTON DEFINITION
(SECOND SCREEN)......................................................12
2ND SCREEN REAR SIDE............................................ 13
DVD PLAYER REAR SIDE.............................................13
HOW TO STAND............................................................ 13
REMOTE CONTROL......................................................14
KEY DESCRIPTION OF REMOTE CONTROL..............15
NOTES ON USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT.... 16
REPLACING THE BATTERY..........................................16
FITTING HEADREST MOUNT........................................17
FITTING PORTABLE DVD PLAYER TO HEADREST
MOUNT...........................................................................17
AUDIO/ VIDEO
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING THE PLAYER TO A TV SET...................18
CONNECTING THE
PLAYER TO OTHER
DEVICES
CONNECTING TO A DOLBY DIGITAL/MPEG DECODER
OR AN AMPLIFIER WITH BUILT-IN DECODER........... 20
CONNECTING TO A DOLBY DIGITAL AMPLIFIER THAT
IS NOT DOLBY DIGITAL / MPEG COMPATIBLE...........21
CONNECTING TO ACTIVE SPEAKER SYSTEMS........22
CONNECTION BETWEEN
DVD PLAYER & SECOND
SCREEN
BASIC OPERATIONS
AVP CABLE....................................................................23
2ND SCREEN OPERATION...........................................24
PRECAUTIONS............................................................... 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS....................................................5
TYPES OF DISCS PLAYABLE ON THIS PLAYER.......... 9
PLAYABLE FORMATS .................................................... 9
CONNECTING 12V DC SUPPLY................................... 19
USING THE EARPHONE...............................................19
TURNING ON THE POWER.......................................... 25
TURNING OFF THE POWER........................................ 25
LOADING........................................................................26
IR TRANSMITTER..........................................................27
PLAYBACK.....................................................................27
STOP PLAYBACK.......................................................... 27
PAUSE PLAYBACK........................................................27
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PLAYING AT FAST SPEED............................................28
PLAYBACK IN SLOW MOTION.....................................28
A-B/REPEAT PLAYBACK...............................................28
ZOOM FUNCTION.........................................................29
SEARCHING FOR A SPECIFIC SCENE....................... 29
SELECTING SUBTITLE................................................ 29
CHANGING THE ANGLE.............................................. 29
CHANGING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE.......................... 29
PROGRAM PLAYBACK................................................ 30
USING THE ON-SCREEN DISPLAY............................. 31
PLAYING A MP3 FORMAT DISC AND JPEG CD.......... 31
PLAYING DivX FILES.................................................... 32
USING THE USB PORT................................................ 32
SETUP THE PLAYER
GENERAL STEPS OF SETUP.......................................33
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM...................................................................34
TV TYPE........................................................................ 35
SCREEN FORMAT........................................................ 36
TV SCREEN.................................................................. 36
PASSWORD.................................................................. 37
RATING..........................................................................37
DEFAULT........................................................................38
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE.......................................................... 39
AUDIO LANG................................................................ 39
SUBTITLE LANG........................................................... 40
MENU LANG..................................................................40
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT................................................................... 41
IR HEADPHONE........................................................... 41
FM TRANSMITTER
FM TRANSMITTER....................................................... 42
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS............................................................... 43
CONTRAST................................................................... 43
HUE............................................................................... 44
SATURATION................................................................ 44
DIGITAL SETUP
SOUND EFFECT........................................................... 45
DYNAMIC RANGE........................................................ 45
DivX(R) VOD................................................................. 46
OTHERS
SIZE AND PARAMETER............................................... 47
BATTERY OPERATION INSTRUCTION ...................... 48
TROUBLE SHOOTING.................................................. 49
SMASHED SCREEN IDENTIFICATION........................ 51
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CAUTIONS ON USING THIS PLAYER
ENG 07
CAUTIONS ON USING THIS PLAYER
1. DO NOT MOVE THE PLAYER DURING PLAYBACK
During playback, the disc spins at high speed. So do not lift or move the player.
Doing so may damage the disc.
2. TRANSPORTING THE PLAYER
Before transporting the player, be sure to remove the disc and turn off the power,
then unplug the power cord.
3. PLACE OF INSTALLATION AT HOME
Select a stable place upon which to site the DVD player.
Do not place the player on top of a TV or color monitor.
Install the player away from cassette decks or other devices which are easily
affected by magnetic forces.
4 . DO N OT PL ACE OBJECTS O N TOP OF T HE PL AYER
Do not expose this apparatus to rain, moisture, dipping or splashing and no
objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.
5. TURN OFF THE POWER WHEN NOT USING THE PLAYER
If the player is in use, switch the power off.
6. SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING USE OF PLAYER IN VEHICLES
We strongly advise against using the player in the front seat whilst driving.
Most countries and states have laws which prohibit or severely restrict the use
of the player in the front of vehicles while driving.
Do not leave the player in places where the temperature is extremely low
(About-10 C or lower) or extremely high (About 60 C or higher), such as inside
the vehicle or luggage compartment in midsummer. Doing so may warp the outer
case or reduce the performance.
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CAUTIONS ON USING THIS PLAYER
7. W HEN USIN G THE DVD PLAYE R IN A CAR
Always switch the engine on, before connection power to the DVD player.
8. CLEANING T HE PL AYER
Normally clean the player with a soft, dry cloth. For tough dirt, apply some neutral
detergent diluted in 5 to 6 parts water to a soft cloth, wring out thoroughly.
Wipe off the dirt, then wipe off the player with a dry cloth. Note that alcohol, thinner,
benzene, insecticides, etc., may cause the print or coating to peel off.
Also avoid leaving rubber or plastic products in contact with the player for long
periods of time, as this may damage the cabinet. When using chemically treated
cloths, read the cloth's instructions carefully. Always unplug the power cord from the
power outlet before cleaning the player.
9. COPYR IGHT S
Unauthorized duplication, broadcast, public performance or rental of discs are prohibited
by law.
10. SPEC IAL N OTE REGAR DING USE O N AE ROPL ANES
The DVD player may be allowed to be used on an aeroplane at the discretion of the
airline.
Always conform to the instructions given with respect to the use of electonic devices
whilst traveling on an aeroplane.
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DISCS PLAYABLE
ENG 09
TYPES OF DISCS PLAYABLE ON THIS PLAYER
The discs listed on the table below can be played on this player without an
adapter.
The marks shown on the table below are indicated on the disc's label, package or
jacket.
Types of playable
discs and their
marks
DVD-Video disc
CD
Diameter/Playable sides
Playback time
DVD video
12cm/singlesided
12cm/doublesided
1 layer
2 layer
1 layer
2 layer
Playback time
(MPEG 2 format)
133 minutes (4.7GB)
242 minutes (8.5GB)
266 minutes (9.4GB)
484 minutes (17GB)
DVD video
8 cm/singlesided
8 cm/doublesided
1 layer
2 layer
1 layer
2 layer
(MPEG 2 format)
41 minutes
75 minutes
82 minutes
150 minutes
CD
12 cm/single-sided
74 minutes
CD
8 cm/single-sided
20 minutes
Marks indicated on DVDs
DVD discs or packages include the marks shown below. These marks indicate the
type of video or audio signals recorded on the disc and the functions that can be
used.
M ark
Mean ing
Indicates the number of audio tracks.
Indicates the number of angles.
Indicates the selectable picture aspect ratio.
Indicates the playable region number.
PLAYABLE FORMATS
The unit is able to play most audio/video files such as:
PICTURE: JPEG
AUDIO: MP3, WMA
VIDEO: DAT, VOB, MPEG2, MPEG4 (AVI), DivX.
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PACKAGE CONTENTS
PACKAGE CONTENTS
After unpacking, first check the contents of your DVD player package, as listed below:
Operating Ma nual
Main Unit & Monitor
AVP Cable
AC / DC Adapter
Remote Control
Car Power Cable
Two Headrest mounts
AV Cable
Two Earphones
Carrying Bag
Battery (optional)
NOTES: 1. Actual products' appearance might vary slightly from the pictures shown.
2. The optional battery is designed for single DVD player operation only.
The 2nd screen will not operate from the battery.
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PARTS AND CONTENTS
ENG 11
FRONT SIDE (MAIN UNIT)
1
2
3
5
4
1. Disc compartment cover
2. TFT Screen
4. IR Headphone Transmitter LED
3. Speakers
5. Remote Control Sensor
LEFT SIDE (MAIN UNIT)
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 EARPHONE jack
For connecting a stereo earphone
or an amplifier.
2 USB port
Support USB 1.1 use.
3 DC OUT jack (12V 500mA)
DC output.
Note:
This connector is for
interconnection to the second
NEXTBASE screen only.
The maximum output current is
500mA.
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4 VIDEO IN / OUT
Input or output video signals to a
connected device by setting AV IN/ OUT
mode button on the remote control.
The included AV cable is connected here.
5 AUDIO IN / OUT / COAXIAL OUT
Input or output audio signals to a
connected device by setting AV IN/
OUT mode button on the remote control.
Output coaxial audio signals to a
connected device.
The included AV cable or coaxial
cable (not included) is connected here.
6 DC IN 12V
Connect the included AC/DC adapter
or car power cable here.
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PARTS AND CONTROLS
TOP PANEL BUTTON DEFINITION (DVD PLAYER)
1 Volume UP/ down button
Press“+” button to increase the volume.
Press“- ” button to decrease the volume.
In the menu state, press +/- buttons to move the cursor right/left.
2 PREV/NEXT button
Press
to locate the previous track or chapter.
Press
to locate the next track or chapter.
In the menu state, press
/
buttons to move the cursor down/up.
3 OPEN
Press it to open the disk cover.
4 PLAY / PAUSE button
Press it to play. When pressing during playback, pause mode is set. Press again
to resume playback.
In the menu state press PLAY/ PAUSE to accept a menu operation as OK.
5 STOP button
Press it to stop playback.
6 Power ON/OFF button
Press for 3 seconds to turn the unit ON or OFF.
TOP PANEL BUTTON DEFINITION (SECOND SCREEN)
1 Volume button
Press "+" button to increase the volume
for second screen.
Press "-" button to decrease the volume
for second screen.
2 Power ON/OFF button
Press for 3 seconds to turn the second
screen ON or OFF.
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ENG 13
2ND SCREEN REAR SIDE
1
2
1
DC-IN
2
AUDIO
3
3
VIDEO
4
4 EARPHONE JACK
DVD PLAYER REAR SIDE
1 . Sup por t
The DVD player & additional
screen can stand with the
device.
1
HOW TO STAND
1) Pull out the support to the full extent.
2) Lean the product back to rest upon the support.
NOTE:
Do not press down upon the product when
using the support, or damage will result.
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PARTS AND CONTROLS
REMOTE CONTROL
32
30
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PARTS AND CONTROLS
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KEY DESCRIPTION OF REMOTE CONTROL
14 (
SETUP
Press this button to display setup
screen when at stop status.
2
3
AUDIO
Press this button to switch the audio
languages on the DVD.
16 STOP(
SU BTITLE
17 REV(
MENU
Press this button to display the
DVD's menu screen.
While playing VCD disk, press it to
switch between menu on or off.
5
6
7
MO DE
It is the shortcut key for AV IN
function.
(
)
)
Press this button to stop playback.
)
Fast backward key.
18 P LAY/PAUSE (
Press this button to play or pause
playback.
1 9 FW D(
)
Fast forward key.
20 STEP/SLO W(
OSD
22 RET URN
PROGRA M
(
)
Move the cursor left.
10 OK
Zoom the picture on screen.
Return back to menu screen.
If menu setting is off when playing
VCD, the key is invalid.
23 T ITLE
Press this button to display the
DVD's title.
24 C LEA R
Confirm and enter the selected item
11 (
)
During playing status, press it to
switch to SLOW mode, while switch
to STEP mode at pause status.
21 ZOO M
Program playing order of tracks.
9
)
Move the cursor up.
Press this button to display the disc's
information.
8
15 NEX T(
Jump to next track.
Press this button to switch the DVD's
subtitle language.
4
)
Move the cursor down.
(
1
)
Move the cursor right.
1 2 SEA RCH
Locate title/ chapter/ playtime to play.
13 PRE V(
Clear the numbers inputted before.
25 REP EAT
)
Jump to previous track.
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For DVDs, use this button to play titles
or chapters repeatedly. For CDs, use
this button to play tracks or the entire
disc repeatedly.
2 6 A-B REP EAT
Press this button during playback to set
two points and play the section between
them repeatedly.
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PARTS AND CONTROLS
30 Vol -
27 ANGL E
Press this button to switch angle.
Press it to decrease the volume
31 Vol +
28 SHIF T
Press this button to switch between
number & function. (Default: function)
29 MUTE
Press it to increase the volume
32 NUMBER KEYS
Input number.
Press this button to mute the player.
NOTES ON USING THE REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
Do not drop or step on the remote control unit or subject it to shocks.
Note that the remote control unit may not work if there are obstacles between
the remote sensor and itself.
Do not expose the remote sensor to strong light. Doing so may make operation
impossible.
Use the remote control unit within the specified operating range.
REPLACING THE BATTERY
1 Insert your finger nails into A and
B on the diagram below, press A
according to the direction, then pull
out the battery holder.
2 Remove the old battery, then insert
the new battery into the battery
holder with the + side facing
upwards.
B
A
NOTE:
3 Fit the battery holder back to its place.
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To prevent leakage of fluid from the
lithium battery, remove the battery
when not using the remote control
unit for long periods of time (one
month or more). If the battery leaks
fluid, carefully wipe it out of the
battery case, then change to a new
lithium battery.
Caution: The battery may present a
risk of fire if mistreated. Do not
recharge, disassemble, or heat it
above 100 C.
Replace battery with the same type.
Dispose of used battery properly,
keep away from children and do not
dispose of in fire.
PARTS AND CONTROLS
ENG 17
FITTING HEADREST MOUNT
The headrest mount is designed to fit the wide variety of shapes and sizes of
headrests in modern cars. The foam pad allows you to set the angle of the
screen and will eliminate vibration when the car is moving.
1. Place the two mounting straps over your headrest with the mount's sponge facing
headrest, and release button on top.
2. Adjust to your desired viewing angle, then firmly secure the mount by tightening
the straps.
See diagrams below.
FITTING PO RTABLE DV D PLAYER OR 2ND SCREEN TO HEADREST MOUNT
Gently slide the Portable DVD player or 2nd screen down by aligning the backpanel
groove with the headrest mount, until you hear the click sound.
See diagram below.
NOTE:
The headrest is a primary safety device in a car. Always adjust the headrest for optimum
safety of the seat occupant. Fit & adjust the headrest mount thereafter.
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AUDIO/VIDEO CONNECTIONS
CONNECTING THE PLAYER TO A TV SET
Yellow
Black
Yellow
Red
White
Use the supplied AV cable to connect between the DVD player and your TV set, as shown.
(Connecting the second LCD screen is no longer possible )
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CONNECTIONS
ENG 19
CONNECTING THE ADAPTER TO THE DC IN 12 V SOCKET
IN CAR
AT HOME
NOTE:
Do not connect to 24V supply or damage will result.
USING THE EARPHONE
On Main DVD Player
On Second Screen
1. Set the volume control to minimum sound level.
2. Connect the plug of earphone to the player's "
" jack.
3. Adjust the volume control to the preferred sound level.
NOTE:
Connecting the earphones will result in the disconnection of the internal speaker of the
DVD player.
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CONNECTING THE PLAYER TO OTHER DEVICES
CONNECTING TO A DOLBY DIGITAL/MPEG DECODER OR AN AMPLIFIER WITH BUILT-IN DECODER
With this player, you can enjoy powerful Dolby Digital or MPEG sound. Output the digital
signals from the player's digital output to a decoder or amplifier with built-in decoder.
Left panel
See details of
connections to the TV.
Coaxial cable (not included)
Front speaker (Left)
Center
speaker
Front
speaker
(Right) Subwoofer
Coaxial IN
(Left)
Surround
speaker (Right)
Signal flow
Surround
speaker
Hint:
For a compatible decoder or amplifier, 5 speakers (Front left/ right, center
and surround left/ right) and a subwoofer are required to enjoy Dolby
Digital channel sound.
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CONNECTING THE PLAYER TO OTHER DEVICES
ENG 21
CONNECTING TO A DOLBY DIGTAL AMPLIFIER THAT IS NOT DOLBY DIGITAL / MPEG COMPATIBLE
Output the digital signals from the player's digital output to a digital amplifier that is not
Dolby/ MPEG compatible. For instructions of audio settings, refer to AUDIO OUT of AUDIO
SETUP.
Left panel
See details of
connections to the TV.
Coaxial cable (not included)
To digital audio
input jack
Coaxial IN
Signal flow
Carefully check the player s digital
output settings before connecting
the player to an amplifier equipped
with a digital audio input jack which
is not Dolby Digital / MPEG
compatible.
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Do not play DVDs when the audio
settings are not correct. Or it may
cause strong noise and damage
your speakers.
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CONNECTING THE PLAYER TO OTHER DEVICES
CONNECTING TO ACTIVE SPEAKER SYSTEMS
Left side
black
yellow
AV cable
Signal flow
To Video Input
jack
To audio input
jacks
yellow
Active speaker systems
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CONNECTION BETWEEN DVD PLAYER & 2ND SCREEN
ENG 23
AVP CABLE ( Audio / Video / Power Cable)
(Yellow) Video
Video(Yellow)
(White) Audio
Audio(White)
(Black) DC OUT
DC IN (Black)
NOTE: The AVP Cable has different size plugs and colors at either ends. Pay carefully attention
to ensure correct orientation. Do not force.
Connect the two players with AVP cable as described below:
1. Disconnect any 12V DC supply from both main DVD player & second screen.
2. Connect the AVP cable into the main DVD player by inserting the Black DC OUT section of the
cable to the DC OUT socket of the main DVD player.
3. Plug the Black DC IN section of the cable to the DC IN socket of the 2nd screen .
4. Connect the white Audio plug of the AVP cable to the audio IN/ OUT socket on both the main
DVD player & the second screen
5. Connect the yellow video plug of the AVP cable to the video IN/ OUT socket on both the main
DVD player & the second screen
Second screen
Main DVD player
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CONNECTION BETWEEN DVD PLAYER & SECOND SCREEN
2ND SCREEN OPERATION
WHEN SHARING THE SAME MOVIE: IN CAR
1. Connect the main DVD player & second screen with AVP cable first, and then plug the car
power cable to DC IN socket of the main unit.
2. Turn on both the DVD player & second screen.
3. Put a disc into the main DVD player play the movie.
4. Both screens now show the movie.
Monitor
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Main unit
BASIC OPERATIONS
ENG 25
TURNING ON THE POWER
1 Connect the AC/DC adapter to
socket, or connect the cigarette plug
to the outlet on your vehicle.
2 Connect the AVP cable as described
2
previously.
3 Hold on the Power button for 3
Car
1
Home
seconds to turn on the unit for both
main DVD player & second screen.
Hint:
The included AC/DC adapter is
compatible with voltage from 100 V
to 240 V, you can use it on trips
overseas.
Power ON/OFF
Note that you may need a converter
plug (Available in stores) suited for
the region in which you are travailing.
TURNING OFF THE POWER
1. When the power is on, press and hold on the Power ON / OFF button for 3
Secs to turn off the player.
2. Unplug the power cord from the power outlet, or disconnect the cigarette
power cable.
3. Disconnect the DC plug from the player's DC input jack.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
LOADING
1. Press the Open button and
open TFT cover on the main
DVD player first, the disc cover
will be opened thereafter.
1
2. Place in a disc and press
down the disc with your
fingers near the center hole.
OPEN button
A click is heard.
Notes:
2
Set the disc securely. Failure to set it
securely could result in damage.
Do not use cracked or warped discs.
Doing so could result in damage.
Place single-sided DVDs or CDs in
with the label (Printed) side facing
upwards.
For double-sided DVDs, check each
side carefully, then place the disc in
securely (Until a click is heard).
For CDs or one-sided DVDs, you do
not have to worry about touching the
label (Printed) side of the disc with
your fingers. Since two-sided DVDs
have signals recorded on both sides,
so be careful not to scratch them
when removing them from the player.
3. Close the disc cover.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
IR TRANSMITTER
For ultimate listening pleasure, you can
use Infra Red (IR) headphones with your
SDV685 product. This allows for complete
quiet in the car, with the rear seat
occupants enjoying the movie to the
highest level. The IR transmitter is built in,
and can be setup as shown on Page 41.
PLAYBACK
1. Turn on the power of the player.
2. Open the disc cover.
3. Insert a disc correctly.
4. Close the cover.
5. The player will load the disc and play
automatically. If the disc does not play,
push the
button.
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP PLAYBACK
1. Press on the key board or on the
remote control while playing.
2. The player remembers the stopping place.
3. Resume playback from the point where
it stopped by pressing the
key.
4. To clear stopping mark, press again at
stop status. The player will not play from
the stopping place when pressing next
time.
STOP
PAUSE PLAYBACK
1. Press
on the key board or on
the remote control during playback.
2. Press
again to resume normal
playback.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
PLAYING AT FAST SPEED
1. Press
or
button on the key board
or on the remote control during playback.
REV
FWD
2. The playback speed will be changed each
time you press the
or
.
The speed will be changed to 2X, 4X, 8X,
20X, 1X .
PLAYBACK IN SLOW MOTION
1. Press the
button on the remote control during playback. The playback speed
becomes1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6 or 1/7 of the normal speed each time you pressing
the button.
2. When press
during pause status, the
STEP/SLOW
player will show still picture on the screen.
The picture will be changed one piece each
time the button is pressed.
NOTE:
During fast or slow motion playback,
the sound is muted expect playing
CD & MP3 disc. To resume normal
playback press
.
PLAY/PAUSE
A-B/REPEAT PLAYBACK
1. A-B playback
When pressing A-B button on the remote
control during playback, the current point
would be located on the remote control,
REPEAT
A-B
and "REPEAT A-" appears on the screen.
Press A-B button again, B point would be
located and the player would play from A point to B point repeatedly.
Press A-B button again. "A-B" playback would be cancelled and the player
resume normal playback.
2. Repeat a Title, Chapter or Track
Press REPEAT button on the remote control during playback.
The chapter or the title(For DVD) and the track or entire disc (For CD) will be
played repeatedly.
The REPEAT mode will be changed each time when the repeat button is
pressed.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
ZOOM FUNCTION
1. Press ZOOM on the remote control
during playback. The picture on the
screen will be zoomed.
2. The zooming rate changes each time
when the ZOOM button is pressed.
The sequence is 2X, 3X, 4X, 1/2X, 1/3X, 1/4X, 1X.
ZOOM
SEARCHING FOR A SPECIFIC SCENE
1. Press the SEARCH button on the remote control.
2. Press the UP, DOWN and OK button
to move to desired section.
3. Input valid number to choose specific
time or title, chapter or track.
4. press OK button to play the specific scene.
5. Press SEARCH button to resume normal
screen.
SEARCH
SELECTING SUBTITLE
You can select a preferred subtitle
from those included on the DVD video
disc by pressing SUBTITLE button on the
remote control during playback.
SUBTITLE
CHANGING THE ANGLE
Press the ANGLE button on the remote
control while playing a scene recorded
with multiple angles. If your DVD disc is
not recorded with multiple angles,
pressing ANGLE button will not effect at all.
ANGLE
CHANGING THE AUDIO LANGUAGE
1. Press the AUDIO button on the remote
control during playback. You can select
different audio languages included on
the DVD video disc.
2. For VCD or CD, you can choose the
channel to play.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
PROGRAM PLAYBACK
The program playback function can automatically play titles, chapters, or
tracks in accordance with the programmed order.
1. Insert a disc and then press the PROGRAM button on the remote control.
At this time, menu appears as below.
PROGRAM
2. Using / / /
and the
number buttons to select the
title and chapter in your
preferred order.
3. Using
/ / / to move the cursor to PLAY and press OK button. The
player starts PROGRAM playback.
4. To exit, press the PROGRAM again.
NOTES:
When the DVD video player is turned off or the discs are removed, the
programmed items will be removed.
Referring to the disc, some may not have this function.
Selecting an inexistent title or chapter, program playback will be canceled
automatically.
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ENG 31
USING THE ON-SCREEN DISPLAY
1. This DVD video player allows you to view the operational status and disc 's
information on screen.
2. Press OSD button on the remote
control during playback. The disc's
information will be displayed on screen.
3. Press OSD button again, the
information will disappear.
OSD
PLAYING A MP3 FORMAT DISC AND JPEG CD
AVI
Use
to move the cursor to a folder, a file, MP3 ICON or JPEG ICON.
In order to play MP3 files, move the cursor to MP3 ICON and press OK button.
In order to play JPEG files, move the cursor to JPEG ICON and press OK button.
Choose the desired file and press OK to play.
Press A-B button to get A-B REPEAT function. Press REPEAT button
to switch repeat mode(REP1,REP DIR, REP ALL, REP OFF).
REP1 means repeating the track; REP DIR means repeating the folder; REP ALL
means repeating the whole disc.
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BASIC OPERATIONS
PLAYING DivX FILES
Your player is an Official DivX Certified product that plays DivX.5, DivX.4, DivX.3 and DivX.VOD
video content, in compliance with DivX Certified technical requirements.
NOTE:
To guarantee playback of DivX files the audio must be MP3 format. DivX Certified devices can
play any interleaved MP3 audio at any bitrate, both CBR and VBR. The audio must be sampled
at standard frequencies, such as 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, and 48 kHz, and must conform to the AVI
file specification. Apart from MP3, the audio formats recognised by your player are MPEG
layer 1 / 2 , AC3, PCM. Formats such as AAC and Ogg Vorbis are not supported by this player.
1. Open the compartment by pressing the OPEN button.
2. Place the disc with the printed side facing up and close the compartment.
3. A menu appears on the screen. Select a folder using the and buttons on the
remote control, then press OK to see the folder's contents.
NOTE:
When there are music, images and DivX files contained on one disc, press several
times the button to access the Play type at the bottom of the screes, then use
the or button to select the DivX icon and press OK to confirm.
4. Select a file using the and
buttons on the remote control.
NOTE:
To go back t o the folder list, press
AVI
.
5. Press
to start playback.
6. Press STOP
to stop playback.
USING THE USB PORT
1. Turn on the power of the player.
2. Plug the USB stick into the USB port of the DVD player. Chose the USB option which is then
displayed.
3. Supported format MPG, DAT, JPEG, Mp3.
4. Switch off the power of the DVD player before removing the USB device.
NOTE:
1. The USB connector is for direct memory stick connection.
2. The player may not work properly if using USB connecting cable. Connect the memory stick
directly .
3. Support USB 1.1 use.
4. Please refer to the instruction of "Playing MP3 format disc and JPEG CD " & "playing DivX
files" for the instruction of using the USB port.
5. The USB port is not for direct DC connection or external hard drive connection.
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SETUP THE PLAYER
ENG 33
GENERAL STEPS OF SETUP
1. Press the SETUP button on the remote control, the main setup menu appears.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
2. Press the LEFT or RIGHT buttons to highlight the icon of the desired page, then press
the DOWN or UP button to activate that page.
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
3. Press the DOWN button to highlight the desired option. Press OK or RIGHT to select
the choices of that options appear .
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
4. Press LEFT/RIGHT/UP/DOWN button to highlight the EXIT SETUP option, then
press OK or SETUP again to exit SETUP MENU.
NOT E:
The pressing of the following buttons will turn off the setup menu, and the choices that
have been changed will be saved at the same time: Subtitle, Title, Return, Stop,
Play / Pause, Step, Next. Prev, Zoom, Program, Repeat, Angle, Mute.
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SYSTEM SETUP
The system setup options are illustrated below:
TV SYSTEM
If you want to connect the player to a TV, please choose a correct TV system first.
AUTO: Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a multi-system TV.
NTSC: Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a NTSC TV.
PAL: Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a PAL TV.
The default setting is AUTO.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
NTSC
PAL
AUTO
Setting with incorrect TV system will result in black and white picture on your TV
screen.
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TV TYPE
16:9 (Wide Screen): Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a wide
screen TV. If you choose this setting and you don’t have a wide screen TV,
the images on the screen may appear distorted due to vertical compression.
4:3 LB (Letter Box): Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a normal
ratio TV. You’ll see the movies in their original aspect ratio (height -to width ratio).
You’ll see the entire frame of the movie .The movie might appear with black bars at
the top and bottom of the screen.
4:3 PS ( Pan& Scan): Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a normal
ratio TV. You can fill the movie to the entire screen of your TV. This might mean that
parts of the picture (the left and right edges) won’t be seen.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
The image display ratio is related to the recorded disc format. Some discs can not
be displayed in the aspect ratio preferred.
If you play a disc recorded in 4:3 format on a wide screen TV, black bars will appear
on the left and right sides of the screen.
You must adjust the screen setting depending on the type of the TV.
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SYSTEM SETUP
SCREEN FORMAT
16:9: Choose this setting to change TFT MODE to 16:9.
4:3: Choose this setting to change TFT MODE to 4:3.
The default setting is 16:9.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
TV SCREEN
NORMAL: Choose this setting to have normal display.
ROTATE 180 C: Choose this setting to have upside down display.
The default setting is NORMAL.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
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ROTATE 180
SYSTEM SETUP
ENG 37
PASSWORD
Step1: for first time use: enter 0000 as password or assigned password to unlock.
Step2: once parental control is unlock, go to rating menu and assign rating.
Step3: enter new password of your choose in 4 digit number to lock player rating.
If you forget your assigned password, you can use 0000 to unlock the rating again.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
RATING
The rating feature works with DVD discs that have been assigned a rating.
This helps you to control the types of DVDs that the player can be watched.
There are eight limited rating options: KID SAFE, G, PG13, PG-R, R, NC-17,
ADULT
The default setting is ADULT.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
KID SAFE
G
PG
PG13
PG - R
R
NC - 17
ADULT
If the password option is locked, you cannot change rating.
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SYSTEM SETUP
DEFAULT
Choose this option to resume factory settings.
L
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
TV TYPE
SCREEN FORMAT
TV SCREEN
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
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LANGUAGE SETUP
ENG 39
The language setup options are illustrated below:
OSD LANGUAGE
Highlight the OSD LANGUAGE option, and press the arrow buttons to choose the OSD
language you prefer. Press OK to confirm, and it will display OSD in that language.
There are 5 optional OSD languages: English, German, Spanish, French and Italian.
L
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG.
SUBTITLE LANG.
MENU LANG.
ENGLISH
GERMAN
SPANISH
FRENCH
ITALIAN
EXIT SETUP
AUDIO LANG.
Highlight the AUDIO LANG. option, and press the Arrow buttons to choose the audio
language you prefer. Press OK to confirm. If the disc you are playing has that
language available, it will output audio in that language. There are 8 optional audio
languages: Chinese, English, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and
Italian.
L
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG.
SUBTITLE LANG.
MENU LANG.
EXIT SETUP
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ENGLISH
JAPANESE
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
GERMAN
ITALIAN
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40 ENG
LANGUAGE SETUP
SUBTITLE LANG.
Highlight the SUBTITLE LANG option, and press the arrow buttons to choose the
subtitle language you prefer. Press OK to confirm. If the disc you are playing has that
language available, it will display subtitles in that language. There are 7 optional
subtitle languages: Chinese, English, Japanese, French, Spanish, German and
Italian. Choose off to remove all subtitles from being displayed.
L
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG.
SUBTITLE LANG.
MENU LANG.
EXIT SETUP
CHINESE
ENGLISH
JAPANESE
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
OFF
MENU LANG.
Highlight the MENU LANG option, and press the arrow buttons to choose the menu
language you prefer. Press OK to confirm. If the disc you are playing has that
language available, it will display menu in that language. There are 8 optional menu
languages: Chinese, English, Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and
Italian.
L
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO LANG.
SUBTITLE LANG.
MENU LANG.
EXIT SETUP
CHINESE
ENGLISH
JAPANESE
FRENCH
SPANISH
PORTUGUESE
GERMAN
ITALIAN
If your preferred language isn’t available, the disc’s default language will be played.
The default language of your DVD player is English.
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AUD IO OU T
Highlight the AUDIO OUT option, and press the arrow buttons to choose the audio output mode
you prefer. Press OK to confirm:
There are 3 optional audio output modes: SPDIF/OFF, SPDIF/RAW and SPDIF/PCM.
SPDIF / OFF: Choose this setting to output analog signal, and there will be no digital signal
output from an coaxial output jack.
SPDIF / RAW: Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a power amplifier with
a coaxial cable. When playing a disc recorded with Dolby Digital and MPEG audio formats,
the corresponding digital signals will be outputted from the coaxial Output jack.
SPDIF / PCM: Choose this setting if your DVD player is connected to a 2-channel digital
stereo amplifier. When playing a disc recorded with Dolby Digital and MPEG audio formats,
audio signals will be modulated into a 2-channel PCM signal, and it will be outputted from the
coaxial Output jack .
L
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
IR HEADPHONE
FM TRANSMITTER
SPDIF/OFF
SPDIF/RAW
SPDIF/PCM
EXIT SETUP
IR HEADPHONE
Highlight the IR HEADPHONE item and use the arrow buttons to choose the following
options: ON, OFF.
When the IR headphone is ON, the IR indicators around the right of TFT will be lighted
and become red.
The default setting is CHANNEL B ( optional ).
L
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
IR HEADPHONE
FM TRANSMITTER
CHANNEL A
CHANNEL B
( optional )
OFF
EXIT SETUP
Note:
Compatible IR cordless headphones are available from your NEXTBASE distributor.
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FM TRANSMITTER
FM TRANSMITTER (Optional)
1. The FM transmitter is an optional function.
2. Press direction buttons to enter transmission frequency in MHZ press OK to input
FM frequency. The prompting message “PLEASE PRESS ENTER TO INPUT FM”
will appear at the bottom of the screen.
3. Press OK button. The prompting message will be changed to “PLEASE INPUT
FM 87.6-107.9” to enter the transmission frequency input modes.
4. There are two frequency input modes: one is to input numbers directly; the other is
to increase or decrease frequencies by the direction buttons. By pressing the Left/
Right buttons, the frequency will decrease and increase by 1 MHZ, while the Up/
Down buttons decrease and increase by 0.1 MHZ.
L
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
IR HEADPHONE
FM TRANSMITTER
L
OFF
---.-MHZ
EXIT SETUP
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
IR HEADPHONE
FM TRANSMITTER
OFF
---.-MHZ
EXIT SETUP
PLEASE
OK TO
INPUT
FM
FREQ.
5. The input frequency range is from 87.6-107.9 MHZ for Europe and 87.0-108.0 for
Asia. The default is OFF.
6. If the input number is out of the range, the display frequency will be empty and the
prompting message will be “FM SHOULD BE 87.6-107.9” (Europe); or “FM should
be 87.0-108.0”(Asia). If the increased or decreased frequency is out of the
permissible range, the frequency will be displayed in MHZ from the start once again.
7. Press OK button to save the choice after selecting the preferable frequency with in
the permissible range. Then the player will transmit audio signal according to this
frequency. Choose “OFF” to turn off the FM function.
8. Adjust your receiving set (eg. car stereo) to the corresponding frequency to receive
the transmitted audio signal from the player.
9. The transmission range will be within approximately 3 meters for Europe and 10
meters for Asia.
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ENG 43
The video setup options are illustrated below:
BRIGHTNESS
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move the scroll and adjust the brightness.
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
CONTRAST
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move the scroll and adjust the contrast.
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
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VIDEO SETUP
HUE
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move the scroll and adjust the hue.
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
+6
+4
+2
0
-2
-4
EXIT SETUP
-6
SATURATION
Use the UP and DOWN buttons to move the scroll and adjust the saturation.
L
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
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ENG 45
The digital setup options are illustrated below:
SOUND EFFECT
Here are two sound output effect modes: NORMAL and SURROUND.
You can choose SURROUND to enhance the output sound effect.
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DIGITAL SETUP
SOUND EFFECT
DYNAMIC RANGE
DivX(R) VOD
NORMAL
SURROUND
EXIT SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
Choose this setting to adjust the line out compressing ratio and get different effects.
If adjusting to FULL, the audio signal peak value will be compressed to be minimum;
while adjusting to OFF, to be maximum.
L
DIGITAL SETUP
SOUND EFFECT
DYNAMIC RANGE
DivX(R) VOD
EXIT SETUP
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DIGITAL SETUP
DivX(R) VOD (VIDEO ON DEMAND)
DivX VOD files are downloaded after paying a rental from certain commercial
websites. Prior to downloading a VOD you need to input the registration number of
your DVD player on the purchase form on the site.
Write down the VOD 8-character registration number so that you can fill in the form
on the website you purchase your DivX VOD files from.
Note: If you cannot play a DivX VOD file recorded on a CD-R disc after downloading
it, the rental period allocated during purchasing from the website may have expired.
It is also possible that the recorded file is not compatible with your player because of
different versions or incorrect download parameters. The parameters used when
copying to CD-R may be another reason for this.
Since it is not possible here to supply all the information, parameters and advice
relating to the use of DivX VOD files, we recommend that you visit speciallist
websites such as www.divx.com/vod.
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DIGITAL SETUP
SOUND EFFECT
DYNAMIC RANGE
DivX(R) VOD
EXIT SETUP
-DI VX[R] VIDE O ON DEM ANDYOU R REGISTRATION CODE I S:JJZB4GG6
TO LEARN MOR E VIS IT WWW.DI VX.CO M/VOD
[D ONE]
The registration code will be changed each time you use it to download the DivX
files. You have to use new code to carry out downloading operation next time.
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OTHERS
ENG 47
SIZE AND PARAMETER
Product name:
Tablet DVD player
Power:
D C12V
Consumption:
15W
Audio out:
R /L 2ch ,COAX IAL
Video out:
C ompos ite
Size:
262X170X44.1mm DVD PLAYER
262X170X33mm SECOND SCREEN
Weight:
1381g
FM out put
87.6 to 107.9 MHZ
DC out put
12VDC 500mA MAX
IR output
L: 2.3MHZ
R: 2.8MHZ
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OTHERS
BATTERY OPERATION INSTRUCTION
NAMES OF BATTERY PARTS AND THEIR
FUNCTIONS
2
3
1
2
1
Note:
Remember to insert back the rubber cover
of the unit to BATTERY CONNECTOR after
using the battery pack.
4
RECHARGING THE BATTERY PACK
5
1 DC IN connector
Connect the power adapter to recharge.
2 Player terminals
Supply power to the player.
Do not short-circuit the terminals.
3 Battery indicator LED
When the battery is discharging, LED is off.
When recharging the battery, LED is red.
When the LED turns from red to off, it means
finishing recharging.
4 Slide fitting mount
5 battery stand
ATTACHING THE BATTERY PACK TO THE
PLAYER
1 Attach the battery pack to the rear of the
DVD player.
2 Slide the battery from the bottom, in an
upward direction, to engage the slide fitting
mount, Ensure the bat tery is pushed to the
top of the slide to engage the connection.
3 Now the player will operate from the battery
supply.
Battery Bottom
1) Slide fitting mount
2) Battery connector
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Connect the output plug of AC/DC adapter
to the battery pack.
Notes:
1. The battery pack can be used for about 300
cycles of recharging and operations, though
this is variable depending on the operating
conditions.
2. Charge the battery pack fully before using it
for the first time. Place the battery pack and
AC/DC adapter on a flat surface for
recharging. Do not short-circuit the terminals
of the battery pack and AC/DC adapter. If
the battery pack
, is fully recharged, the player
can play DVD s continuously for about 2
hours.
3. The battery charger(AC/DC adapter) is
compatible with supply voltage between
100V and 240 V AC and can be used
universally. When you want to use it on an
overseas travel, be sure to prepare a power
plug adapter matching the local power outlet.
4. The battery will be charged if connected to
the DVD player and the DVD player is
supplied with 12V DC.
OTHERS
ENG 49
TROUBLE SHOOTING
NO PICTURE
Is screen damaged? “ See smashed Screen Identification” section.
Is power applied and power light on?
Is disc cover ( screen ) closed correctly?
NO SOUND
Is the volume turned down?
Are headphones plugged in?
Is the wrong audio track selected from the DVD?
DISC RESET TO THE BEGINNING DURING PLAYBACK
Disc cover ( LCD screen ) is not firmly shut, close firmly.
DISC WON’T PLAY
Check that the disc is loaded correctly.
Check disc for dirt / scratches, change the disc.
Check disc is a good quality MPEG2 or MPEG4 standard.
Check the lens. See separate section for procedure.
Wrong region message - choose a different disc.
REMOTE CONTROL DOESN’T WORK
Approach player more closely or remove obstructions.
Replace battery for new. Type Cr2025
USB WON’T PLAY
MPEG4 is an open format, use only officially recorded quality media.
No correct format files found (Mp3 JPG etc ) on the USB stick.
DIVX MOVIE NOT SYNCHRONISED FOR SOUND
Reset the movie.
Record movies using only official DivX software.
POWER PROBLEMS
No power from car power cable. Check the fuse in the cable and check for cable
damage check the player works on the mains adaptor.
No power from mains adaptor check the cable for damage. Check the player works
on the car power cable.
PIXEL FAILURE
The LCD screen contains 336,960 pixels, pixels can fail during normal product life. 1
pixel = 0.0003% failure rate.
One pixel failure per year of operation is considered normal and not a cause for concern.
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OTHERS
USE OF DVD RECORDABLE MEDIA
DVD + RW format disks may not read correctly on this DVD player as the DVD +RW
format is not a fully recognized format with the DVD forum. There are significant
variations in the recording / media. Use DVD-RW or DVD +/- R media in preference.
HEADREST MOUNT NOT FITTING CORRECTLY
Adjust the straps and tension them to fit correctly. Angle the mount towards the rear
seat occupants.
HEADREST MOUNT SLIDES DOWN
Tighten the straps to prevent slippage.
LENS CLEANING
Poor playback may be caused by dirt on the laser lens, which could come from even a
fingerprint... The first approach is to expose the DVD mechanism and clean the lens.
Use a clean, dry cotton bud (add pure alcohol sparing if available) and wipe across
the lens VERY gently. The lens is held is sprung suspension so be very gentle and
careful.
Wipe in a circular motion to take
the dirt away from the lens.
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SMASHED SCREEN IDENTIFICATION
A Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screen is a multilayer complex component.
Under the tough outer plastic layer, the glass sandwich beneath holds the LCD crystals in
place, which are themselves suspended in fluid. In the unfortunate event of an accident,
particularly a sharp localized impact, the glass will break. The tough plastic outer sheet on
the surface of the glass keeps all the glass intact underneath, preventing shards from
falling out. This is a specific safety feature, particularly implemented for the younger user
and also for in-car use. The broken glass normally shows signs of the impact mark and
also cracks radiating away. The resultant fluid leakage renders the panel inoperable.
Symptoms are often a dark round mark, a white screen without picture and maybe some
multicolored lines. Depending on the individual break, an element of the TV picture may
remain for a while, but not for long, as the fluid leaks away. Some inky black staining may
also appear upon the crack lines, as the fluid escapes.
Unfortunately a break of this nature is not covered under the manufactures warranty, as it
is accidental damage to the product, rather than an original defect from manufacture.
Please see below for some sample images of broken LCD panels for reference.
DAM AGE REQU IRING SERV ICE
Have the unit serviced by a qualified service technician if:
The unit has been exposed to rain or water.
The unit does not seem to operate normally.
The unit exhibits a marked change in performance.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO SERVICE THE UNIT BY YOURSELF!
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