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DVD/CD PLAYER
DVD-S35/S31
Operating Instructions
Contents
DVD-RAM VIDEO PLAYBACK
DOWN
ZOOM MODE
UP
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD / CD PLAYER
DVD-S35
For error-free handling of your appliance, please read these
operating instructions carefully. Keep this manual for future
reference.
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Precautions
2
Warning
3
The DVD player
4
The remote control unit
5
Connections / batteries
6-7
Home cinema
8
Basic settings
9
SETUP menu
10 - 14
Ratings
11
General playback
15 - 19
Programme play
20
Other functions
21
On-screen displays
22 - 23
JPEG
24
MP3/WMA/DVD-RAM menu
25
General notes on DVDs
26
Glossary of technical terms
27
Before requesting service
28 - 29
Information / Language codes
30
Specifications
31
Index
last page
Precautions
Inside of product
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Dear customer
Thank you for trusting and purchasing this high-quality product. Panasonic is one of the
leading companies of the consumer electronics industry.
We are sure that this DVD player will meet with all your expectations.
Voltage:
Do not use high voltage power sources. This can overload the unit and cause a fire.
Do not use a DC power sources. Check the source carefully when setting the unit up on
a ship or other place where DC is used.
AC mains lead protection:
Ensure the AC mains lead is connected correctly and not damaged. Poor connection and
lead damage can cause fire or electric shock.
Service:
Do not attempt to repair this unit by yourself. If sound is interrupted, indicators fail to light,
smoke appears, or any other problem that is not covered in these instructions occurs,
disconnect the AC mains lead and contact your dealer or an authorized service center.
Back of product, see page 6
CLASS 1
Included accessories
SLEEP
SETUP OPEN/CLOSE
A.SRD
LASER PRODUCT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CINEMA
D.ENH
CANCEL
GROUP
0
PAUSE
STOP
LUOKAN 1 LASERPLAITE
KLASS 1 LASER APPARAT
Remote Control
N2QAJB000069
Remote Control Batteries
AA, UM3 or R6
AC Mains Lead
RJA0043-1C
Operating Instructions
Audio/Video Cable
K2KA6CA00001
Guarantee Card
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
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PLAY
PLAY LIST
MENU
TOP
MENU
ENTER
DISPLAY
RETURN
SUBTITLE
AUDIO ANGLE/PAGE QUICK REPLAY
PLAY MODE
2
10
SLOW/SEA
RCH
SKIP
ZOOM
POSITION
REPEAT MEMORY
DVD PLAYER
N2QAJB000069
Warning
SUOMI
WARNING:
VAROITUS:
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK OR PRODUCT
DAMAGE, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS APPARATUS TO RAIN, MOISTURE,
DRIPPING OR SPLASHING AND ENSURE THAT NO OBJECTS FILLED
WITH LIQUIDS, SUCH AS VASES, SHALL BE PLACED ON THE
APPARATUS.
TULIPALO-, SÄHKÖISKUVAARAN TAI TUOTETTA KOHTAAVAN
MUUN VAHINGON VÄHENTÄMISEKSI EI LAITETTA SAA ALTISTAA
SATEELLE, KOSTEUDELLE, VESIPISAROILLE TAI ROISKEELLE,
EIKÄ NESTETTÄ SISÄLTÄVIÄ ESINEITÄ, KUTEN ESIMERKIKSI
MALJAKOITA, SAA ASETTAA LAITTEEN PÄÄLLE.
CAUTION!
VAROITUS!
CABINET OR IN ANOTHER CONFINED SPACE. ENSURE THE UNIT
IS WELL VENTILATED. TO PREVENT RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR
FIRE HAZARD DUE TO OVERHEATING, ENSURE THAT CURTAINS
AND ANY OTHER MATERIALS DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTILATION
VENTS.
! DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE UNIT’S VENTILATION OPENINGS WITH
NEWSPAPERS, TABLECLOTHS, CURTAINS, AND SIMILAR ITEMS.
! DO NOT PLACE SOURCES OF NAKED FLAMES, SUCH AS LIGHTED
CANDLES, ON THE UNIT.
! DISPOSE OF BATTERIES IN AN ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
MANNER.
! ÄLÄ ASENNA TAI LAITA TÄTÄ LAITETTA KABINETTITYYPPISEEN
KIRJAKAAPPIIN TAI MUUHUN SULJETTUUN TILAAN, JOTTA
TUULETUS ONNISTUISI. VARMISTA, ETTÄ VERHO TAI MIKÄÄN
MUU MATERIAALI EI HUONONNA TUULETUSTA, JOTTA
VÄLTETTÄISIIN YLIKUUMENEMISESTA JOHTUVA SÄHKÖISKU
TAI ULIPALOVAARA.
! ÄLÄ PEITÄ LAITTEEN TUULETUSAUKKOJA SANOMALEHDELLÄ,
PÖYTÄLIINALLA, VERHOLLA TAI MUULLA
VASTAAVALLA ESINEELLÄ.
! ÄLÄ ASETA PALAVAA KYNTTILÄÄ TAI MUUTA AVOTULEN
LÄHDETTÄ LAITTEEN PÄÄLLE.
! HÄVITÄ PARISTOT LUONTOA VAHINGOITTAMATTOMALLA TAVALLA.
THIS UNIT IS INTENDED FOR USE IN MODERATE CLIMATES.
TÄMÄ LAITE ON TARKOITETTU KÄYTETTÄVÄKSI LEUDOSSA ILMASTOSSA.
! DO NOT INSTALL OR PLACE THIS UNIT IN A BOOKCASE, BUILT-IN
THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. USE OF CONTROLS OR
ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS
RADIATION EXPOSURE. DO NOT OPEN COVERS AND DO NOT
REPAIR YOURSELF. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
LAITTEEN KÄYTTÄMINEN MUULLA KUIN TÄSSÄ KÄYTTÖOHJEESSA
MAINITULLA TAVALLA SAATTAA ALTISTAA KÄYTTÄJÄN
TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1 YLITTÄVÄLLE NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE
LASERSÄTEILYLLE.
This product may receive radio interference caused by mobile telephones
during use. If such interference is apparent, please increase separation
between the product and the mobile telephone.
Tämä tuotteen toimintaan saattaa tulla häiriöitä lähellä olevasta
matkapuhelimesta. Mikäli matkapuhelimesta johtuvia häiriöitä ilmenee,
siirrä matkapuhelin mahdollisimman kauas laitteesta jotta häiriöt
poistuvat.
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The DVD player
DOWN
DVD-RAM VIDEO PLAYBACK
ZOOM MODE
UP
OPEN/CLOSE
DVD / CD PLAYER
DVD-S35
Stand-by/On switch
/I
Press to switch the unit from on to standby mode or vice versa. In standby mode, the unit is still
consuming a small amount of power.
Stand-by indicator
When the unit is connected to the AC mains supply, this indicator lights up in standby mode and goes
out when the unit is turned on.
ZOOM MODE
SKIP
SEARCH
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
Press to zoom
Press to skip chapters, tracks or pictures
Press to search ( keep button pressed )
Press to stop playback
Press to pause playback
Press to start playback
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Your DVD player provides a perfect reproduction of digital images stored on DVDs. Depending on
the type of DVD, your hi-fi equipment or your stereo TV set you can play back stereo sound or digital
multi-channel sound in excellent cinema quality. DVD video also features options for selecting the
audio channel, the synchronised language, the language of subtitles and for choosing from various
camera pick-up angles.
All basic functions of your DVD player can be controlled either via the unit or by means of the remote
control. The remote control lets you make any changes to the device settings which will be retained
when you switch off the player unit.
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The remote control unit
SLEEP
SETUP OPEN/CLOSE
A.SRD
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
CINEMA
D.ENH
CANCEL
GROUP
SLOW/SEAR
SKIP
PAUSE
STOP
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
CH
PLAY
PLAY LIST
MENU
TOP
MENU
ENTER
DISPLAY
RETURN
SUBTITLE
AUDIO ANGLE/PAGE QUICK REPLAY
PLAY MODE
ZOOM
REPEAT
POSITION
MEMORY
DVD PLAYER
N2QAJB000069
Cursor keys
ENTER to accept the menu
function you selected
SLEEP
SETUP
OPEN/CLOSE
A.SRD
CINEMA
D.ENH
GROUP
CANCEL
0...9 10
SKIP
SLOW/SEARCH
STOP
PAUSE
PLAY
DIRECT NAVIGATOR/
TOP MENU
PLAY LIST/MENU
DISPLAY
RETURN
SUBTITLE
AUDIO
ANGLE/PAGE
QUICK REPLAY
PLAY MODE
ZOOM
REPEAT
POSITION MEMORY
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Page
4
Switches on and off the DVD player from and back into stand-by mode
17
Switches off the unit at the set time
Displays the SETUP menu (basic DVD player settings)
10-14
Opens and closes the disc tray
15
ADVANCED SURROUND: Provides something similar to a surround effect
21
Enhances the contrast of pictures
21
DIALOGUE ENHANCER: Puts up the volume of the dialogue tone
21
On-screen display of groups of tracks
22
Discards entries
11
Numeric key pad; input of two-digit numbers
20
Press to skip chapters, tracks or pictures
16
Slow motion and search function
15
Stops playback
15
Pauses playback
15
Starts playback
15
Displays the main menu
Displays the menu
Enables the on-screen display
Quits a menu
Selects the language of subtitles
Changes the audio track
Chooses from various camera angles; turns menu pages
Repeats the last couple of seconds of the current playback
Random play/Programme play
Zoom function during playback
Repeat function
Resumes playback at stored position following an interruption
25,26
24,25,26
22-24
9,10
22
22
22,24
16
17,20
19
19
18
5
Before you make any connections
Connections
!
Verify that all devices to be connected up are unplugged from the AC mains.
Read the operating instructions of your TV set.
Attach the unit as illustrated on this page.
!
Note on all connections shown
Attach the unit directly to the TV set. If you let the player connection go through a
video recorder you will experience a disturbed picture when playing copy-protected
DVDs.
To avoid sound quality problems deactivate function A.SRD ( Advanced Surround )
when you attach an amplifier with Dolby Pro Logic functionality.
Connection to a TV set without a scart socket or to
an amplifier component ( home cinema ):
AUDIO IN
R
TV set or
amplifier
Connection to a TV set with scart socket:
VIDEO IN
L
AV
Audio
cable
Video
cable
Red White Yellow
AV socket
on rear of
TV set
When the unit is fully attached
plug the AC mains cable back in
AC IN ~
21-pin scart cable
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
Rear of
DVD player
L
PB
Y
AV
OPTICAL
AC IN
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Please connect
directly to TV
R
PR
VIDEO OUT
CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT
Connections
COMPONENT VIDEO OUT terminal
Rear of TV set (example)
COMPONENT VIDEO IN terminal
AUDIO IN
R
PR
L
PB
Y
Red White
The Component Video Out terminal separately outputs the colour difference signals
( PB/PR ) and the brightness signal Y, thus providing for an enhanced resolution and
colour response.
! The labelling of the Component Video In terminal may differ depending on the
TV set or monitor you use ( e.g. Y/PB/PR,Y/B-Y/R-Y, Y/CB/CR ).
Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set.
!
Attach the cables as shown on the illustrations. Make sure not to confuse the colours of
cables or the labels of sockets.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
L
PB
R
PR
Y
OPTICAL
Please connect
directly to TV
VIDEO OUT
Batteries
Inserting batteries into the remote control unit:
The batteries last for about a year, depending on how often you use the RC unit.
! Do not mix old with new batteries or batteries of different types.
! Only use batteries without any harmful substances (such as lead, cadmium, mercury).
! Do not use rechargeable type batteries.
! Remove the batteries if the remote control unit is not used for longer periods of time.
! Do not heat or short-circuit the batteries.
! Immediately remove used-up batteries and replace with batteries of type AA, UM3 or R6.
! Be sure not to confuse the polarity
and .
Dispose of batteries, packaging material and the unit according to
statutory regulations. They must not be thrown into the household refuse.
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Home cinema
AUDIO IN
R
Red
L
Analogue connection ( AUDIO OUT ):
Amplifier (example)
To be able to hear sound in stereo or Dolby Pro Logic quality, attach an amplifier or an
analogue audio component supporting these features.
Connect the analogue outputs ( L and R ) with a "Dolby Pro Logic amplifier", for example.
Attach the audio cables as shown on the illustrations. Make sure not to confuse the
colours of cables or the labels of sockets ( white/L, red/R ).
White
!
Red
White
DIGITAL AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT COMPONENT VIDEO OUT
(PCM/BITSTREAM)
L
PB
Y
To avoid sound quality problems deactivate function A.SRD ( Advanced Surround )
when you attach an amplifier with Dolby Pro Logic functionality.
Please refer to page 21.
Rear of
DVD player
OPTICAL
Digital connection ( OPTICAL ):
Please connect
directly to TV
R
PR
VIDEO OUT
Optical digital
audio cable
Push in the jack all
the way into the
socket with this side
facing up.
OPTICAL
Amplifier (example)
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For optimum surround sound, connect a digital amplifier or a digital audio component.
To play programmes with a 5.1-channel surround sound, connect the digital audio output
( OPTICAL ) with an external "Multi-channel Dolby Digital amplifier", for example.
Prerequisites for making recordings with an external digital recorder :
! The original disc must not be copy-protected.
! The recorder must be able to process signals with a sampling frequency of 48 kHz/16 bit.
! You cannot make recordings from MP3/WMA.
Adapt the settings of SETUP menu Audio ( see page 13 ) to the following:
! PCM Down Conversion : Yes
! Dolby Digital
: PCM
! DTS Digital Surround
: PCM
! MPEG
: PCM
Deactivate function A.SRD ( Advanced Surround ) ( see page 21 ).
Basic settings
QUICK SETUP
SETUP
QUICK SETUP
Die Menü-Sprache
wählen.
Select
the menu language.
SELECT
ENTER
English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Italiano
Português
Svenska
Nederlands
RETURN
When the appliance is properly connected press
to switch on the unit.
Press the SETUP button on your remote control unit to display the QUICK SETUP
menu which allows you to make some basic settings. Navigate the user-friendly and
clearly arranged on-screen menu by means of the cursor keys
on the remote
control unit.
Every menu item provides further information on the options you have.
! ENTER accepts your selection.
! RETURN takes you back to the previous on-screen menu.
First of all, choose the menu language.
Select the audio/subtitle language :
If the language you want is not on the list, go to item "Other" and type in the appropriate language code ( page 30 ) using the numeric key pad of your remote control unit.
Select your TV's aspect ratio :
The format of TV screens is either 4:3 ( standard ) or 16:9 ( wide-screen ).
Select the aspect ratio that matches the screen setting of your TV set.
Select the output combination for the AV and component terminals :
Before you proceed please check which setting is supported by your TV set.
Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set.
AV : To improve the quality of the picture, you can set the video signal output via the
terminal from "Video/Y PB PR" ( standard quality ) to either "S-Video/Y PB PR"
( enhanced quality ) or "RGB/No Output" ( best quality ).
S-Video and RGB: Requires a 21-pin scart cable.
Component Video Out : Select "Video/Y PB PR" or "S-Video/Y PB PR".
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SETUP menu
Options of the SETUP menu
The SETUP menu contains options concerning menu items "Disc", "Video", "Audio",
"Display" and "Others".
A clearly arranged on-screen menu guides you to and through the options.
SETUP
DISC
Disc
Audio
SELECT
ENTER
English
Subtitle
Automatic
Menus
English
Ratings
Level 8
!
!
!
!
TAB
RETURN
!
!
SETUP displays the SETUP screen.
To select one of the SETUP sub-menus ( e.g. "Disc" ) press
.
To select the option to be changed press
, then press ENTER to confirm.
To select a setting press
, then press ENTER to confirm.
RETURN takes you back to the previous screen
SETUP quits the menu
Audio :
Select a dialogue language as appropriate.
The menu lists eight languages for you to choose from.
"Original" : The primary language on the disc is played.
If the language you want is not on the list, go to item "Other" and type in the appropriate language code ( page 30 ) using the numeric key pad of your remote control unit.
Subtitle :
Select a subtitle language as appropriate.
Select the "Automatic" display of subtitles if the disc contains no track with a dialogue
language recording.
To select another language for the subtitles proceed as described in section Audio.
Menus:
Select the language for the disc menus.
Proceed as described in section Audio.
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SETUP menu
Ratings
8 No Limit
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0 Lock All
Unlock Player
Change Password
Change Level
Temporary Unlock
Ratings
Assign a rating to disallow the viewing of some scenes ( 1-7 ) or the entire DVDVideo disc ( 0 ).
This feature is not supported by all DVD-Video discs.
To select a rating ( factory setting is "8" )
When you select a rating between 0 and 7 you will be automatically prompted for
a password.
! Type in a 4-digit code using the numeric key pad of your remote control unit.
! ENTER confirms your entry.
! Press or CANCEL to delete any mistakes.
The picture of a closed padlock tells you that the system is locked.
Make sure not to forget your password code.
To change the setting:
Type in your password code.
! ENTER confirms your entry.
! Select a new setting.
! ENTER confirms your entry.
!
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SETUP menu
TV Aspect :
The format of TV screens is either 4:3 (standard) or 16:9 (wide-screen).
Choose the 16:9 format if your player is attached to a wide-screen TV set.
If it is attached to a standard TV screen you can choose either 4:3 Pan&Scan
or 4:3 Letterbox (see illustration):
SETUP
Video
TV Aspect
4:3 Pan&Scan
Video Out (AV/Component) Video/Y PB PR
SELECT
TAB
Still Mode
NTSC Disc Output
ENTER
Automatic
PAL 60
RETURN
Pan&Scan:
Automatically crops a 16:9 picture and turns it into an optimum 4:3
picture producing neither black bars nor distortions.
D This format is not supported by all DVDs.
Letterbox:
Black bars will appear at the top and bottom edge of the screen to
allow the reproduction of wide-screen video material on a standard
TV screen.
Video Out ( AV/Component ) :
Please refer to page 9, "Basic settings" : "Select the output combination for the AV
and component terminals".
Still Mode :
Every picture frame is made up of two fields which are output to the screen one
after the other.
Automatic:
The unit automatically selects the optically better type of image.
Field:
Poorer quality than a frame-based image; however, the image is less fuzzy.
Frame:
Both fields of a picture alternate on the screen. Although the image may be
somewhat fuzzy, its quality is better than that of a field-based still image.
NTSC Disc Output :
To play a NTSC disc, select a colour rendition standard (NTSC/PAL60) that
matches the function of your TV set.
Please refer to the operating instructions of your TV set.
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SETUP menu
SETUP
Audio
PCM Down Conversion
Dolby Digital
SELECT
ENTER
No
Bitstream
PCM Down Conversion : Pulse Code Modulation
PCM is the standard method used to record digital music signals on audio CDs.
DVD-Videos can be produced using the linear PCM method which is based on a
sampling frequency of up to 96 kHz.
For reasons of copyright protection, the digital output of PCM audio signals may be
limited to 48 kHz/16 bit.
Select "Yes" if an optical digital audio cable is used to connect your player to an
amplifier that only processes sampling frequencies of up to 48 kHz.
DTS Digital Surround
PCM
MPEG
PCM
Dolby Digital/DTS Digital Surround/MPEG :
Dynamic Range Compression
Off
Please choose the correct settings matching your audio system:
Audio during Search
On
TAB
Your equipment can
not decode the signal
RETURN
Your equipment can
decode the signal
Dolby Digital
PCM
Bitstream
DTS Digital Surround
PCM
Bitstream
MPEG
PCM
Bitstream
D If the equipment you connected cannot decode the signal, the setting must be
changed to PCM. If not, signals that the equipment cannot process will be output by
this unit causing high levels of noise which can damage your hearing and the speakers
Dynamic Range Compression :
Available in the Dolby Digital ( DVD ) format only.
This function compresses the volume range by putting up the level of soft passages
and lowering the level of loud passages, e.g. to turn down the overall volume late at
night.
This option allows you to say whether or not the volume range is to be compressed.
Audio during Search :
Lets you decide whether or not the sound is to be on during the search.
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SETUP menu
Menu Language :
Select a menu language as appropriate.
On-Screen Messages :
SETUP
The TV screen displays the commands you give by pressing the buttons on the
remote control unit.
Select "Off" to suppress the display of on-screen commands.
Display
Menu Language
TAB
SELECT
On-Screen Messages
FL Dimmer
ENTER
English
On
Bright
RETURN
DISC
Others
Mixed Disc - Audio & Stills
ENTER
You can set the brightness of the display panel elements to "Bright", "Dim" or "Auto".
If you choose "Auto": The display panel elements will be dimmed during playback and
their brightness increased when you press function buttons such as SLOW/SEARCH
or PAUSE.
Mixed Disc - Audio & Stills :
SETUP
SELECT
FL Dimmer :
TAB
Audio (MP3/WMA)
DVD-Video Mode
Off
Demo
Off
QUICK SETUP
No
Your DVD player can play back/display discs in the MP3/WMA ( audio ) and JPEG
( image ) formats. Select a playback format ( JPEG or MP3/WMA ) if the disc provides
data in both formats.
DVD-Video Mode :
Playing back a DVD-Audio disc in DVD-Video mode ( "On" ) allows you to play
the DVD-Video section of the DVD-Audio disc.
This feature is not supported by all discs.
RETURN
Demo:
Select "On" to start a presentation of the different displays that the player can output to
the TV screen.
Press SETUP to return to the SETUP menu.
QUICK SETUP:
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Please refer to page 9 "Basic settings".
General playback
The label
must face
up.
Preparation
Switch on the TV set and set it to the video input that matches the connection between
player and TV set.
Playback
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
!
OPEN/CLOSE opens the disc tray.
Place the disc on the disc tray.
! PLAY closes the disc tray and automatically starts playing back the disc.
The player may take some time to read all of the disc information!
D MP3, WMA, CD Text : outputs some track information to the TV screen.
! SUBTITLE to display/quit the track information on TV screen.
!
To pause playback
! PAUSE
during playback.
! PLAY resumes playback.
To stop playback
STOP twice one after the other.
See page 16 "Resume function"
!
Slow motion
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
!
SLOW
( slow motion playback forwards or backwards ) in pause mode.
The speed of slow playback will increase in 5 steps while the relevant button keeps
being pressed.
! PLAY resumes playback at normal speed.
D VCDs do not support reverse slow motion playback.
!
On-screen display
Search function
!
!
On-screen display
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
SEARCH
during playback.
The speed of search will increase in 5 steps while the relevant button keeps
being pressed.
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General playback
Scene replay
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
!
QUICK REPLAY during playback.
Every push of the button replays a couple of seconds of the current item; on a JPEG disc
it will take you back a couple of pictures.
However, you cannot go back to before the beginning of an item.
D QUICK REPLAY is not supported by all discs.
Frame-by-frame
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
In pause mode, press remote control buttons
. Every push of one of these buttons
takes the film a single frame forwards or backwards. Keeping one of these buttons
pressed continuously displays the next single frame in the chosen direction.
You can also use button
to move the film forward a single frame at a time.
D VCDs do not support a backward motion by single frames.
Resume function
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
This function allows you to interrupt the playback of a disc.
! STOP
during playback to store the current position on the disc.
! PLAY while " " is flashing on the display.
Playback will be resumed at the point where you stopped it.
To cancel the Resume function
! STOP
until " " is no longer displayed.
D The resume function is available only if the elapsed time is displayed during playback.
The stored position will be cleared when you open the disc tray or when the unit goes
into stand-by mode.
Skipping chapters, tracks or
pictures
!
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DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
SKIP
during playback or in pause mode. Every push of one of these buttons will
increment the count of chapters, tracks or pictures skipped by 1.
General playback
Automatic switch-off
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
This function allows you to specify a playback time ( e.g. 90 min. ) after which the unit is
to automatically switch itself off.
! SLEEP, the SLEEP dialogue is output to the display and the TV screen.
Repeatedly press the button to browse the settings:
OFF
AUTO
60 min
90 min
120 min
D AUTO : The unit switches itself off 5 minutes after the end of the playback time.
D AUTO is not possible if you press STOP, MENU or TOP MENU.
D Some discs do not fully support all of this function.
To clear the setting
SLEEP, then choose "OFF".
!
To check the time remaining
SLEEP.
!
Automatic switch-off: After approx. 30 minutes in Stop mode, the player automatically
goes into stand-by mode, irrespective of the sleep timer setting.
Random Playback
Title
1
Press PLAY to start
DVD- V
RND
RANDOM
Random playback
DVD-V DVD-A VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
Plays all chapters/tracks once each in a random order.
! PLAY MODE in Stop mode. The "PROGRAM" screen is displayed.
! Press PLAY MODE again to display the "Random Playback" screen.
D DVD-V/ DVD-A : Press
or the numeric keys of the remote control unit to select
or specify the title/group to be played in a random order.
! PLAY to start random playback.
To cancel the random play function
! PLAY MODE in Stop mode.
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General playback
Position memorized
POSITION MEMORY
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
Use the Position Memory function if you wish to resume disc playback at a particular
position.
The position tag is retained when you change discs or when the unit goes into stand-by
mode.
You can tag and directly access up to 5 discs.
This function is available only if the elapsed playback time is displayed when playing the
disc.
!
!
!
!
Position cleared
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
D
POSITION MEMORY during playback.
The "Position memorized" box will be displayed.
You can now press
to go into stand-by mode or change discs.
PLAY to replay the disc again. Playback will be resumed at the stored position and
the position tag will be cleared.
Some discs do not fully support all of this function.
Chapter review
DVD-V
This function lets you browse back through the chapters of a DVD-V by playing the first
couple of seconds of every chapter.
!
!
!
!
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during playback.
STOP
PLAY . Screen "Press PLAY to Chapter Review" is displayed.
PLAY . The first couple of seconds of every chapter are played back.
Normal playback will be resumed at the point where you stopped it.
Do not press PLAY if you do not wish to browse back through the chapters.
After a couple of seconds, normal playback will be automatically resumed at the point
where it was stopped.
General playback
ZOOM
16:9 Standard
4:3 Standard
!
!
.
ZOOM during playback.
Using the remote control buttons:
Press
to set the zoom factor; to select a zoom mode: ENTER and
Or press the ZOOM MODE button on the appliance:
Manual Zoom Mode
Preset Zoom Mode
Zoom Mode Off
!
TITLE
OFF
.
To restore the original ratio
! ZOOM until x 1.00 is displayed.
The original ratio is also restored by opening the disc tray or when the unit goes into
stand-by mode.
D The zoom functionality may be restricted depending on the disc format.
REPEAT
CHAPTER
VCD
This function allows you to zoom into the picture to make better use of the available
screen space. The setting can be changed via the remote control unit or the appliance.
Preset Zoom Mode :
European Vista (1.66:1)
American Vista (1.85:1)
Cinemascope 1 (2.35:1)
Cinemascope 2 (2.55:1)
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
REPEAT during playback. Repeatedly press the button to browse the settings as follows:
DVD-V
Chapter
Title
Off
DVD-A
Track
Group
Off
RAM
Program
All
Off
Scene
Playlist
Off
Off
VCD/CD
Track
All
Track
Group
Off
MP3/WMA
JPEG
Group
Off
D The repeat function is available only if the elapsed time is displayed during playback.
There is no mode that allows you to repeatedly play back entire DVD, WMA, JPEG
or MP3 discs.
VCD
Repeating a VCD using playback control ( PBC )
! STOP
during playback until "PBC" disappears from the display.
! Type in the number of the CD track using the RC unit's numeric key pad.
! REPEAT. The display shows "TRACK REPEAT" or "ALL REPEAT".
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Programme play
PROGRAM
Programme play
Choose a title and chapter, then press ENTER.
No
1
T
C
Time
Play
Clear
0~9
Clear all
SELECT
NUMBER
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Press PLAY to start
DVD-V DVD-A
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
You can programme up to 32 chapters/tracks to be played in any order.
! PLAY MODE in stop mode until the "PROGRAM" screen appears.
! Type in the numbers using the RC unit's numeric key pad.
D MP3 and WMA : Press ENTER to confirm your selection.
! PLAY . Playback will start in the programmed order.
D Certain discs may not provide this function.
To select a number using the cursor keys:
! ENTER.
! To select an item press
.
! ENTER to store that number.
! PLAY . Playback will start in the programmed order.
To modify entries
To delete entries
! To select an entry press
! To select an entry press
.
.
! ENTER.
! Choose "Clear".
! Modify the entry as appropriate.
! Select "Clear all" to clear all entries.
! ENTER accepts your selection.
! ENTER to store the modified entry.
To quit the programme play mode
! PLAY MODE in stop mode until the programme play screen disappears.
The actual programme will be retained.
D Switching off the player or opening the disc tray will clear the programme.
Playing back a particular track or title
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
CD
MP3
WMA
WMA JPEG
Type in a number using the RC unit's numeric key pad.
For example, to select title 23:
DVD/RAM/VCD/CD : Press 10 + 2 + 3 .
MP3/WMA/JPEG : Press 2 + 3 + ENTER.
The unit will automatically start playing the selected track or title.
>
D Certain discs may not provide this function at all or only if the appliance is in stop mode.
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Other functions
ADVANCED SURROUND
HP 1
SP 1
HP 2
SP 2
HP OFF
SP OFF
Cinema 1
Cinema 2
User
Normal
OFF
VCD
With 2 or more audio channels only
Produces an effect similar to surround sound at the two front speakers ( SP ) or the
headphones ( HP ).
! A.SRD
Repeatedly press the button to browse the settings.
Press and
to toggle between SP and HP:
SP 1/HP 1 :
Normal rate of effect
SP 2/HP 2 :
Enhanced rate of effect
SP OFF/HP OFF : Advanced Surround effect off ( factory default )
D ADVANCED SURROUND is not supported by all discs.
D Deactivate the Advanced Surround effect if you experience distorted sound.
D Deactivate ADVANCED SURROUND if you are also using Dolby Pro Logic.
Dolby Pro Logic will not work properly if ADVANCED SURROUND is on.
CINEMA
DVD-V DVD-A RAM
VCD
JPEG
You can manipulate the picture quality of films:
! CINEMA
Press
to select the individual settings:
CINEMA 1
: Improved contrast of details of dark scenes.
CINEMA 2
: Improved brightness setting for dark scenes.
USER
: User-defined colour, contrast and brightness settings
S35 only : Picture sharpness, gamma ( brightness distribution ).
NORMAL
: Normal : Factory default.
DIALOGUE ENHANCER
ON
DVD-V RAM
DVD-V
Available in the Dolby Digital format and DTS with 3 or multiple channels only.
Puts up the volume of dialogue sound to make dialogues heard better in feature films:
! D.ENH
Repeatedly press the button to browse the settings:
DIALOGUE ENHANCER ON
DIALOGUE ENHANCER OFF: Factory default.
D The D.ENH function is not supported by all discs.
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On-screen displays
C
1
2
0 : 03 : 10
Digital
2 DEU 3/2.1 ch
You can display on-screen information on disc and player ( OSD ) and manipulate various settings.
Some DVD- discs do not support all of the settings. Please use the DVD menu instead.
! DISPLAY during playback. Enables the on-screen display feature.
! Use the cursor keys
to make or change various settings.
! Some entries need to be confirmed by pressing ENTER.
! DISPLAY. The Progress Indicator will be displayed.
OFF
1 ENG 11
1
!
!
!
!
RAM
JPEG
DVD-V
CD
VCD
MP3/WMA
DVD-A
C
2
x1.0
0 : 03 : 10
Press
to change the playback speed ( DVD-V: Dolby Digital only ).
Press
to display the elapsed and the remaining playback time.
Press DISPLAY again. Now use the cursor keys
to select any of the menu items
( Play Menu, Display Menu, Audio Menu, Picture Menu ).
RETURN hides the on-screen displays.
Title or Track: Allows you direct access to a title/track if the disc hosts several.
C
Chapter: Allows you direct access to a chapter if the disc hosts several.
G
Group: MP3/WMA or DVD-A tracks or JPEG pictures defined to make up a group. You can also
provoke an on-screen display by pressing the GROUP button on your remote control unit.
Audio: Allows you to alter the pre-set language of synchronisation provided the disc gives you
an alternative. RAM/VCD: Sets the right or left audio channel.
Subtitle: Selects the language of subtitles and sets their on-screen position and brightness. JPEG:
Picture information; FULL: Displays all information; DATE: Displays the date; OFF: No display.
Angle: Change between camera angles of films recorded from various camera locations.
Bar Position: You can move the OSD displays around to another place on the TV screen.
PG Program: Programmes stored on a DVD RAM ( page 25 ).
Time: Display/select playback time (DVD-V,DVD-A,RAM: numeric keys). DVD-V,DVD-A,RAM,VCD,
CD: Alternative display of elapsed or remaining playback time. MP3,WMA,SVCD: Playback time only.
Total Total: Number of track/picture selected plus total number of items in selection.
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On-screen displays
RAM
JPEG
DVD-V
CD
VCD
MP3/WMA
DVD-A
PL Playlist: see page 25
P Picture: Displays the number and name of a picture you selected from a group.
Type in the number to display a picture.
Zoom: Zoom function ( see page 19 ).
Bit Bitrate Display: Displays the video image data rate per second ( Mbps ) ( S35 only ).
OSD Brightness: User-defined brightness of OSD displays.
Advanced Surround: Produces an effect similar to surround sound at the two front speakers
( SP ) or the headphones ( HP ). Deactivate the function if the sound becomes distorted ( page 21 ).
Dialogue Enhancer: Puts up the volume of the dialogue tone of feature films ( page 21 ).
Picture Mode: “Cinema 1“, “Cinema 2“, “User“, “Normal“, ( page 21 ).
Repeat Mode: Repeat function ( page 19 ).
A-B Repeat: Allows you to keep repeating a defined section between positions A and B of an item.
* * Press ENTER to set starting point A and end point B.
If you do not specify an end point, the player will assume the end of the item to be point B.
Press ENTER again to cancel the function.
Play Mode Display: "---" : normal playback, "RND" : Random play, "PGM" : Programme play.
Marker: Press ENTER to mark up to 5 ( DVD-RAM: up to 999 ) positions.
Press CANCEL to delete any mistakes. During playback you can press
to directly access
specific scenes. Opening the disc tray or switching off the unit clears all markers.
This function is not available in the Random or Programme modes.
Slideshow: On-screen presentation On or Off. Set the time per picture between 0 and 30 seconds.
Page/Still Picture: Displays the selected picture during playback.
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JPEG
JPEG ALBUM
G
P
Total
1
2
2
Group : 021112-1620
Picture : Flower
!
3
2
1
Your DVD player can output JPEG pictures ( Exif version 2.1 ) that were taken with
a digital camera, for example, or generated by means of any other system.
The resolution should range between 320 x 240 pixels and max. 6144 x 4096 pixels.
Note that JPEG files must be extended by ".JPG", ".jpg", ".JPEG" or ".jpeg" and
compressed in format 4:2:2 or 4:2:0.
!
0~9
SELECT
NUMBER
4
5
6
7
8
9
!
!
!
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Prev
Tree
!
Next
MENU displays the album of JPEG pictures.
Use the cursor keys
and ENTER to select the pictures.
Press "Prev" or "Next" and ENTER to page through the album.
Menu item "Tree" controls the group directory.
Press
and ENTER to take your pick.
RETURN or MENU quit the menu screen.
To rotate pictures
! ANGLE/PAGE while the picture is being displayed.
! Press
to select the direction of rotation.
! Press ENTER to actually rotate the picture to the desired position.
! RETURN quits this menu.
To skip groups
Press
in picture mode to skip forwards and backwards.
!
To activate the JPEG on-screen displays
! DISPLAY while pictures are being displayed.
The on-screen displays will appear.
G
P
1
1
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Slideshow
ON 5 sec
OFF
DISPLAY.
The Progress Indicator will be displayed.
G
24
Total
148
1
P
2
-- : --
Refer to pages 22-23 to learn more about how to use the on-screen displays ( OSD ).
!
MP3 / WMA menu
No
1
2
3
4
5
MENU
G
T
Total
1
1
1
0 ~9
!
Group : NEW
Tree
CELEBRATE
CHOSEN ONE
YOUR LOVE, OH LORD
I NEED YOU
CHILD OF FORGIVENESS
SELECT
NUMBER
SELECT
ENTER
RETURN
Find
Prev
*A
Next
Find
DVD-RAM menu
!
!
!
!
Date
9/12 (THU)
On
16:48
9/12 (THU)
20:00
Program Title
Friends
Used
0:01:00
!
News
0~ 9
SELECT
NUMBER
SELECT
ENTER
WMA CD text
To search for tracks
! Press
to select the "Find" item, then press ENTER to display the text box.
! To enter a word from the track title you are looking for press
.
! Press ENTER after every letter to confirm it. To delete an entry press .
! Upon completion press to select "Find" and ENTER to run the function.
All entries containing the word you specified are output to the match list.
! Press
and ENTER to select a track title.
! To look for the first word in a title press to delete the asterisk.
All entries starting with the word you specified are output to the match list.
! If there are no matches ( "Not found" ) : press RETURN to change your search entry.
! "Prev"/"Next" browses the album for the previous or next group.
!
2
MP3
Your DVD player can play DVD-RAM discs recorded in the video recording format,
version 1.1, by a DVD video recorder, DVD video camera, computer etc.
DIRECT NAVIGATOR
No
1
MENU to display/quit the menu.
and ENTER to select a track.
to expand the "Tree" ( table of contents; only S35 : CD text ).
to select a group, ENTER to confirm your selection.
RETURN
DIRECT NAVIGATOR to display/quit the menu.
Only programme names will be shown that were entered when the RAM was produced.
Select a programme number using the numeric keys or pressing
.
The programme you selected will be played in the background.
ENTER to confirm the setting and hide the on-screen display.
To output a Playlist
This function allows you to play groups of scenes previously produced by means
of a DVD video recorder, for example.
! PLAY LIST to display the PLAY LIST screen.
! Press
or use the numeric keys to select a Playlist.
! ENTER to start playing the list.
!
skips individual scenes.
! PLAY LIST quits the menu.
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General notes on DVDs
Title
Disc
Top Menu
Menu
Title
Menu
Title
Menu
MENU
TOP MENU
DVDs can contain titles and chapters that the producer of the disc put into a specific
order.
DVDs feature a Title menu that lists the available titles and chapters.
However, you can choose to select and then play individual titles and chapters.
DVD playback can be controlled and manipulated via the menu that the DVD player
outputs to the TV screen.
The audio tracks of many DVDs contain audio material in up to 8 languages.
The DVD menu has an option for selecting the language you prefer.
Many DVDs provide subtitles in several languages.
They may contain material in up to 32 different languages.
Some DVD player functions can be controlled by the DVD itself.
DVD menu
Some DVDs have multiple menus. Pressing "TOP MENU" to display the main menu
may take to another menu than pressing "MENU" to display the menu screen.
D The functions assigned to these buttons depend on the disc.
Please refer to the disc documentation leaflet.
Playing DVDs and VCDs
The producer of the programme material can define the way in which the disc is played.
Consequently, you may sometimes find that, in some cases, you cannot control the
playback the way you wish using all of the functions and operations described in these
operating instructions.
We therefore recommend that you always read the reference material delivered with
the disc.
Never play anything but circular discs with a diameter of 3" ( 8 cm ) or 5" ( 12 cm ).
Discs of other shapes may damage the player hardware.
Cleaning and care: Just use a soft, dry cloth.
Do not use alcohol or benzine.
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Glossary of technical terms
Analogue:
As opposed to the digital processing method which only knows two states ( 1 or 0, on or off ), analogue
processes consist of a multitude of values at any range of infinitely variable steps. This multiplicity is
faced by the limited range of possibilities of storing and reproducing the relevant information.
Bitstream:
Multiple-channel digital audio data prior to its decoding and assignment to the different channels.
Brightness signal Y:
Analogue video signal which carries the picture's luminance levels ( Y signal or luminance signal )
independent of the chrominance signal ( C ). The result is an improved resolution and higher colour
fidelity. This quality can be deployed only if the entire pathway of the signal is Y/C-separated.
Colour difference signals:
The three signals red, green and blue can be converted into three different signals: luminance signal Y
( luminous density ) and two chrominance signals PB/PR or CB/CR ( colour difference signals ).
Digital:
Digitising is a reduction of analogue states. However, due to their limits of perception human individuals
will not notice the reduction and therefore experience hardly any or no restrictions. The benefit of
digitisation is that digital data can be reproduced in any way but without any loss.
Dolby Digital:
Method of encoding digital signals, developed by Dolby Laboratories. The signals can be either
conventional ( 2-channel ) stereo signals or 5.1-channel audio signals. The signals are very much
compressed in the process to enable recordings of large volumes of data.
DTS
(Digital Theater Systems):
Sound system used in cinemas or movie theaters all over the world. The system is marked by highquality sound separation. ( 2-channel or 5.1-channel playback ).
MP3:
MP3 or MPEG 1 Audio Layer 3 is a file compression format used for digital audio files.
It provides files of an extremely small size and may cause a consequential loss of quality.
Optical digital audio cable:
If you connect the player with this cable, the electronic signals will be converted into optical signals
before being output to the amplifier. This method reduces the noise produced by the electronic circuitry.
RGB:
Red Green Blue: The RGB values allow you to define a hue.
The actual colour results from the intensity of red, green and blue portions of every pixel.
WMA:
WMA ( Windows Media Audio ) is a file compression format developed by Microsoft. It achieves the
same sound quality as MP3 with a file size that is smaller than that of MP3.
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Before requesting service
GENERAL PROBLEMS
The player does not respond
to function key commands:
The remote control unit does not work:
Playback does not start after
pressing PLAY:
! Certain control operations are not available with some discs.
! Interference caused by lightning or static charge. Press [ /I ] to put the player into stand-by mode.
Restart the player.
! Check if the batteries are in the right way round (+ and -).
! Point the remote control unit straight at the remote control signal sensor on the front panel.
! Condensation has accumulated inside the player. Wait for 1 to 2 hours.
! The player only supports DVDs with regional code "2", "All" or from a group of regional codes
containing regional code "2".
! The disc is dirty.
! The disc is in the wrong way round. The label of the disc you wish to play must face up.
Unable to change audio track
or subtitle languages:
! You can only choose from the languages actually recorded on the disc.
! Some discs require you to change languages via the disc menu.
The subtitles are not shown:
! The disc does not provide any subtitles.
! You deactivated the display of subtitles.
! The subtitles are output to the wrong position. Move the position of subtitles.
The language selected from the
menu is not used for the audio
track or subtitles:
! The disc does not provide the language you selected.
Unable to change the aspect angle:
! It depends on the disc whether this function is available.
! Stop the player and keep pressing player button
Have you forgotten your password?
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/
together with and
OPEN/CLOSE until
"Initialized" disappears from the screen.
This will restore all factory defaults.
When you are done switch off the unit and back on afterwards.
You will afterwards have to go to the QUICK SETUP menu ( page 9 ) to set up the basic settings
again.
Before requesting service
AUDIO PROBLEMS
There is no audio output and
the sound is distorted:
The loudspeakers emit
loud noise:
! Check the connections.
! Deactivate the ADVANCED SURROUND effect.
! Go to the SETUP screen and check the Audio menu settings of "Dolby Digital","DTS Digital
Surround" and "MPEG".
PICTURE PROBLEMS
The picture is disturbed when
searching:
! This is a technical issue and not indicative of a malfunction.
The screen outputs no picture:
! Check the connections.
! Verify that the correct video input of the TV set has been selected.
The picture is cut off at its left
or right edge:
! Go to the SETUP screen and check the "TV Aspect" setting in the Video menu.
! Check whether the player is directly plugged into the TV set's "AV IN (Scart)" or whether it is going
through a video recorder between the two units.
! Check the Zoom setting ( page 19 ).
DISPLAY PROBLEMS
The message "NO PLAY" appears:
! The player cannot play discs of the current format.
! The disc contains no recorded material.
No messages are output to
the screen:
! Go to the SETUP screen and set Display menu option "On-Screen Messages" to "On".
The OSD displays are cut off
along their top edge:
! Move the display position down.
Error code "H
! This is indicative of a malfunction. The digits following "H" depend on what state your player is in.
! Press [ /I ] to put the player into stand-by mode, then briefly unplug and re-attach the AC mains cable.
" appears: :
! Contact the aftersales service if this does not remove the problem. Please state the error code displayed
by the set.
The model no. and serial no. of this product are stuck down on the rear of the appliance.
Please enter them below to serve as reference.
Model No.
Serial No.
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This product features a copyright protection implement whose technology is protected by US
patents and intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other copyright
proprietors. The use of this copyright protection implement is subject to permission of Macrovision
Corporation and is restricted to purely private use only. It is prohibited to examine this appliance
for the purpose of unlicensed construction.
Information
Region code: This player accesses the regional codes stored on DVDs. It supports all discs
assigned regional code "2" or "ALL". UK and continental Europe: "2".
Decoder: This appliance features an internal Dolby Digital decoder and a DTS decoder. You can
enjoy these systems in stereo quality without the need of a separate decoder. The display will
show "D.Mix" if you have multi-channel sound that can be mixed down to two channels.
Made under licence of Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby", "Pro Logic" and the twin D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
"DTS" and "DTS Digital Surround" are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Windows Media, and the Windows logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
MPEG Layer-3 audio decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS and Thomson
multimedia.
Language codes
Abkhazian
Afar
Afrikaans
Albanian
Ameharic
Arabic
Armenian
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Basque
Bengali
Bhutani
6566
6565
6570
8381
6577
6582
7289
6583
6588
6590
6665
6985
6678
6890
Bihari
Breton
Bulgarian
Burmese
Byelorussian
Cambodian
Catalan
Chinese
Corsican
Croatian
Czech
Danish
Dutch
English
6672
6682
6671
7789
6669
7577
6765
9072
6779
7282
6783
6865
7876
6978
Esperanto
Estonia
Faroese
Fiji
Finnish
French
Frisian
Galician
Georgian
German
Greek
Greenlandic
Guarani
Gujarati
Hausa
Hebrew
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6979
6984
7079
7074
7073
7082
7089
7176
7565
6869
6976
7576
7178
7185
7265
7387
Hindi
Hungarian
Icelandic
Indonesian
Interlingua
Irish
Italian
Japanese
Javanese
Kannada
Kashmiri
Kazakh
Kirghiz
Korean
Kurdish
Laotian
7273
7285
7383
7378
7365
7165
7384
7465
7487
7578
7583
7575
7589
7579
7585
7679
Latin
Latvian
Lingala
Lithunian
Macedonian
Malagasy
Malay
Malayalam
Maltese
Maori
Marathi
Moldavian
Mongolian
Nauru
Nepali
Norwegian
7665
7686
7678
7684
7775
7771
7783
7776
7784
7773
7782
7779
7778
7865
7869
7879
Oriya
Pashto
Persian
Polish
Portuguese
Punjabi
Quechua
Rhaeto-Rom.
Romanian
Russian
Samoan
Sanskrit
Scots Gaelic
Serbian
Serbo-Croat.
Shona
7982
8083
7065
8076
8084
8065
8185
8277
8279
8285
8377
8365
7168
8382
8372
8378
Sindhi
Singhalese
Slovac
Slovenian
Somali
Spanish
Sundanese
Swahili
Swedish
Tagalog
Tajik
Tamil
Tatar
Telugo
Thai
Tibetan
8368
8373
8375
8376
8379
6983
8385
8387
8386
8476
8471
8465
8484
8469
8472
6679
Tigrinya
Tonga
Turkish
Turkmen
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Welsh
Wolof
Xhosa
Yiddish
Yoruba
Zulu
8473
8479
8482
8475
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
6789
8779
8872
7473
8979
9085
Specifications
Disc formats S35 / S31
DVD-Video
DVD-R
DVD-Audio
DVD-RAM
SVCD
Video-CD
CD
CD-R/RW
--R
R4.7
AUDIO
RAM
R A M 4.7
SUPER VIDEO
DIGITAL AUDIO
TEXT
DIGITAL AUDIO
DVD-V
DVD-A
RAM
VCD
CD
WMA MP3
JPEG
D It may not be possible to play CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R and DVD-RAM in all cases due to the type
of disc or condition of the recording.
220-240 Volt mains voltage,
50Hz
Power consumption:
13 Watt
Power consumption in stand-by: approx. 2 Watt
Power supply:
Dimensions:
430(W) x 260(D) x 60(H) mm
Weight:
2.1 kg
Operating temp. range:
+41°F to +95°F(+5°C to +35°C)
Humidity during operation: 5 to 90 % rel. humidity
(non-condensing)
Compatible disc formats: DVD-V, DVD-A, DVD-RAM,
DVD-R, VCD, SVCD, CD-Audio
( CD-DA), CD-R/CD-RW
(discs formatted as CDDA or Video CD)
WMA, MP3 :
Max. 999 tracks/ 99 groups.
Compatible compression rate:
MP3 :
32 - 320 kbps
WMA :
48 - 192 kbps.
JPEG :
Exif Version 2.1.
Max. 3000 pictures and 300
groups;
Picture resolution between
320 x 240 and 6144 x 4096 ;
JPEG format :
4:2:2 or 4:2:0.
Compatible TV systems:
Video output:
Output level:
Output socket:
Scart output:
RGB output level:
Video output level:
C output level:
Output socket:
PAL 625/50, PAL525/60, NTSC Audio output signal ratings:
Frequency response:
DVD (linear PCM audio):
4 Hz to 22 kHz
(sampling frequency 48 kHz)
1 Vss (75 Ohm)
4 Hz to 44 kHz
Female cinch
(sampling frequency 96 kHz)
Audio CD:
4 Hz to 20 kHz
Signal-to-noise ratio:
0.7 Vss (75 Ohm)
! Audio CD:
115 dB
1 Vss (75 Ohm)
Volume range:
PAL/PAL 60 : 0.3 Vss;
! DVD (linear PCM audio): 102 dB
! Audio CD:
NTSC : 0.286 Vss (75 Ohm)
98 dB
21-pin AV Scart
Total distortion factor:
!
(RGB/S-Video included)
Audio CD:
0.0025 %
Component video output:
Y output level (green):
1Vss (75 Ohm)
PB output level (blue):
0.7 Vss (75 Ohm)
PR output level (red):
0.7 Vss (75 Ohm)
Audio output:
Output level:
Output sockets:
2 V eff. (1 kHz, 0 dBFs)
Female cinch / AV
2 channels (L/R)
Digital audio output:
Optical digital sound
output socket:
Wavelength:
Laser classification:
Optical connection
658 nm /790 nm
Class 2/Class 1
! Technical specifications subject to change without notice.
! Weight and dimensions are approximate values.
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Index
page
ADVANCED SURROUND
21,23
Analogue connection
8
Angle
22
Audio
9,10
Automatic switch-off
17
AV and component terminals 9,12
Batteries
Basic settings
Bitstream
7
9
13,27
Chapter review
CINEMA
Connections
18
21,23
6,7
DIALOGUE ENHANCER
21,23
Digital connection
8
Disc formats
31
Dolby Digital
8,13,27,30
DTS Digital Surround
8,13,27,30
DVD menu
26
Dynamic Range Compression 13
Field
Frame
Frame-by-frame
12
12
16
General playback
page
15
Information
30
JPEG
24
Laser radiation
Letterbox
2
12
Menu language
MP3
MPEG
9,14
25,27
8,13
NTSC Disc Output
On-screen display
OPTICAL
Optical digital audio cable
Pal 60
Pan&Scan
PCM Down Conversion
Playback
Playlist
POSITION MEMORY
Precautions
Programme play
Progress Indicator
12
22,23
8
8,27
12
12
8,13
15
25
18
2
20
22
RAM
Random play
Ratings
Region code
Remote control unit
REPEAT
Resume function
RGB
page
25
17
11
30
5
19
16
9,27
Scene replay
Search function
SETUP menu
Skipping
Slow motion
Still Mode
Subtitles
16
15
10-14
16
15
12
10,22
TOP MENU
TV Aspect
Warning
WMA
ZOOM
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
RQTD0060-A
F 11C03-0
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This equipment complies with European conformity requirements, in accordance with the
conditions of electromagnetic compatibility and product safety.
This equipment complies with the requirements of protection class 2.
This equipment complies with the safety requirements of SEMKO.
5,26
12
3
25,27
19
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