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2 Portable LCD displays 7”
with built-in DVD player
ACVDS736T
ALD1915H
User manual
Gebruiksaanwijzing
Manuel de l’utilisateur
Manual de instrucciones
Gebrauchsanleitung
Οδηγίες χρήσεως
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GB 2
NL 22
FR 43
ES 64
DE 85
EL 107
DA129
Table of contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Safety............................................................................ 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
Intended use.....................................................................3
Labels in this manual........................................................3
General safety instructions...............................................4
2.1
2.2
Unpacking.........................................................................4
Package contents.............................................................5
3.1
3.2
3.3
Connecting the units.........................................................5
Connecting to a power source..........................................6
Remote control.................................................................6
4.1
4.2
4.3
Master unit........................................................................7
Slave unit..........................................................................8
Remote control.................................................................9
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Master power switch.......................................................10
Quick start.......................................................................10
DVD/CD functions...........................................................11
DVD setup menu operation............................................14
Slave setup menu operation...........................................17
6.1
Handle and care of a disc...............................................17
Preparations for use.................................................... 4
Installation.................................................................... 5
Functions...................................................................... 7
Operation.................................................................... 10
Cleaning and maintenance....................................... 17
7.
Troubleshooting......................................................... 18
8.
Technical data............................................................ 20
9.Disposal of used electrical and electronic
equipment................................................................... 21
Copyright notice
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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1.
Safety
1.1
Intended use
The LCD display with built-in DVD player plays film and photos from DVD,
USB and memory card. The game pad can be connected to play video games.
The appliance also plays music from CD. Read the manual carefully before
first use.
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DVDs and DVD appliances are manufactured under the worldwide
agreed DVD regional code system that the appliance will operate
only with corresponding disc of the same regional code. If the code
number on the label of a DVD does not match that on the label
alongside, the DVD will not play on this appliance.
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The appliance has built-in copyright protection technology that
prevents copying from a disc to any media. If a video recorder is
connected to the appliance, the video output image will be distorted
during recording.
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Due to the great variety of products with external memory connection
(USB, SD/MMC, etc.) and their sometimes quite manufacturerspecific functions we can neither guarantee that all devices will be
recognised, nor that all operating options that are possible in theory
will actually work.
1.2
WARNING
A warning means that injury or death is possible if the instructions
are not obeyed.
CAUTION
A caution means that damage to the equipment is possible.
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Labels in this manual
A note gives additional information, e.g. for a procedure.
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1.3
General safety instructions
WARNING
Do not put force on the appliance. The appliance can fall and can
cause serious injury.
CAUTION
Do not spill any liquid on the appliance.
WARNING
Do not insert any objects in the ventilation holes.
CAUTION
Do not block the ventilation holes.
This appliance is double insulated; therefore no earth wire is required.
Always check that the mains voltage corresponds to the voltage on
the rating plate. Never attempt to replace the adaptor plug with a
regular mains plug.
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This appliance employs a laser system. To prevent direct exposure
to the laser beam, do not open the appliance. Visible laser radiation
when open and interlock defeated.
2.
Preparations for use
2.1
Unpacking
● Unpack the appliance carefully.
● Check the package contents as described below. If any item is missing,
please contact your reseller.
● Remove the labels from the front panel carefully if present.
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We recommend that you retain the original carton and packing
materials in case it ever becomes necessary to return your product
for service. This is the only way to safely protect the product against
damage in transit. If you do dispose of the carton and the packing
materials, please remember to recycle with due care to the
environment.
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2.2
Package contents
The following items are included in the received package:
1 LCD display with built-in DVD player (master unit)
1 LCD display (slave unit)
1 Unit connection cable
1 Remote control
1 Battery (CR2025)
1 Carrying bag
1 Operator manual
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3.
If any item is missing, please contact your reseller.
Installation
● Install the batteries in the remote control.
Read the paragraph "Remote control".
● Connect the two units to each other.
Read the paragraph "Connecting the units".
● Connect the master unit to a power source.
Read the paragraph "Connecting to a power source".
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CAUTION
● Do not put the appliance near a heat source.
● Do not expose the appliance to direct sunlight.
3.1
Connecting the units
● Connect the adaptor plugs of the connection cable to the DC OUT 9-12 V
connection and to the AV OUT connection in the master unit.
● Connect the other ends of the connection cable to the DC IN 9-12 V
connection and to the AV IN connection in the slave unit.
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3.2
Connecting to a power source
Connecting to a car battery
For this connection the 12 VDC adaptor + cable has to be used.
● Connect the adaptor plug of the adaptor cable to the DC IN 9-12 V
connection in the master unit.
● Connect the DC plug to 12 VDC receptacle of the vehicle.
Connecting to the mains
For this connection the AC/DC adaptor + cable has to be used. The AC/DC
adaptor + cable is not supplied with the appliance.
● Connect the adaptor plug of the adaptor cable to the DC IN 9-12 V
connection in the master unit.
● Connect the mains plug to a wall socket.
3.3
Remote control
Installing the battery
● Press the catch and at the same
time pull out the battery tray.
● Insert 1 lithium battery, type CR2025
3V battery with the stamped (+)
mark facing upward.
● Insert the battery tray into the
remote control.
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2
CAUTION
Incorrect installation can cause battery leakage and corrosion
which will damage the appliance. Corrosion, oxidation, battery
leakage and any other gradually acidic defect of this nature will
invalidate the guarantee.
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4.
Functions
4.1
Master unit
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3
4
5
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10
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2
3
4
5
6
7
OPEN button
SD/MS/MMC card slot
Master power switch
Headphone jack
AV OUT connection
COAXIAL output
USB slot
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12
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12
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DC OUT 9-12 V connection
DC IN 9-12 V connection
ENTER button
Arrow buttons
SOURCE button
LCD display
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4.2
Slave unit
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15
16
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Arrow buttons
MODE button
LCD display
Volume dial
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DC IN 9-12 V connection
AV IN connection
Headphone jack
Master power switch
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4.3
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33
34
35
36
37
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40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
Remote control
STEP button
SEARCH button
Digit buttons (0-10+)
SUBTITLE button
ANGLE button
TITLE button
Arrow buttons
ENTER button
SETUP button
REPEAT button
SLOW button
PROGRAM button
ZOOM button
REV button
FWD button
PREV button
NEXT button
VOL- button
VOL+ button
MODE button
STOP button
PLAY/PAUSE button
AUDIO button
MENU/PBC button
DISPLAY button
MUTE button
SOURCE button
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47
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34
46
45
44
43
42
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40
39
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37
36
35
The arrow buttons are buttons for navigation in the DVD menu.
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5.
Operation
All functions of the unit are accessible using the remote control. All instructions
refer to operation with the remote control, unless indicated otherwise.
5.1
Master power switch
The units are equipped with a master power switch (3 & 21) located at the
side panel.
● Set the switch into the ON position prior to taking the units into operation.
● Set the switch into the OFF position prior to disconnecting from the mains.
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● The units are designed to be operated using the remote control.
5.2
Quick start
General functions
● To connect the master unit with the slave unit, proceed as follows:
• Connect the adaptor plugs of the connection cable to the DC OUT 9-12
V connection and to the AV OUT connection in the master unit.
• Connect the other ends of the connection cable to the DC IN 9-12 V
connection and to the AV IN connection in the slave unit.
● To select the source mode (DVD/CARD/USB), press the SOURCE button (48).
● To adjust the volume, press the VOL+ button (40) or the VOL- button (39).
● To mute or restore sound, press the MUTE button (47).
● To adjust the screen settings (SHARPNESS/BRIGHTNESS/CONTRAST/
HUE/SATURATION), press the MODE button (41).
● To connect a headphone, insert the cable plug in the headphone jack (4 & 20).
To prevent hearing damage, remember to adjust the volume to a comfortable
level.
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DVD/CD functions
● Switch on the units. Select the DVD mode.
● To insert a disc:
• Press the OPEN button (1) to open the disc compartment.
• Insert the disc with the label upwards.
• Close the disc compartment.
The display shows the total number of tracks on the CD.
● To start playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) once.
● For extended instructions, read the paragraph "DVD/CD functions" further
on in this manual.
USB functions
● Switch on the master unit.
● Insert the USB device in the slot (7). The device can only be connected
one way.
● Select the USB mode.
● To start playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) once.
SD/MS/MMC functions
● Switch on the master unit.
● Insert the SD/MS/MMC device in the slot (2). The device can only be
connected one way.
● Select the memory card mode.
● To start playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) once.
5.3
DVD/CD functions
After the disc has been loaded, the disc starts automatically
● Press the arrow buttons (28) to select a menu item for DVDs.
● Press the ENTER button (29) to enter the selected menu item.
During playback, the following functions are available:
● To select a chapter (DVD) or track (CD), press the digit buttons (43).
● To select the next or previous chapter (DVD) or track (CD), press the
PREV button (37) or the NEXT button (38).
● To forward or rewind the DVD, press the FWD button (36) or the REV
button (35). The available speed rates are: 2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x.
● To pause playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) once. To resume
playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) again.
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● To stop playback temporarily, press the STOP button (42) once. To stop
playback permanently, press the STOP button (42) again. To resume
playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43).
● To playback in slow-motion, either forward or backward, press the SLOW
button (32) repeatedly. The available speed rates are: 1/2x, 1/4x, 1/8x, 1/16x.
● To repeat a chapter (DVD) or one or all tracks (CD):
• Press the REPEAT button (31) once to repeat the current chapter or track.
• Press the button once again to repeat the current title.
• Press the button once again to repeat all titles.
• Press the button once again to cancel the function.
● To view a specific title of a DVD, press the TITLE button (27). Use the
arrow buttons (28) to select the title.
● To select the audio language of a DVD, press the AUDIO button (44)
repeatedly until the desired language is set.
● To switch on the subtitles of a DVD, press the SUBTITLE button (25).
To switch off the subtitles of a DVD, press the SUBTITLE button (25) again.
● To select extra information of a DVD or CD (remaining time/passed
playtime/track number/chapter number), press the DISPLAY button (46).
● To select the camera angle, press the ANGLE button (26).
● To show the menu of available titles, press the TITLE button (27).
● To return to the main menu, press the MENU/PBC button (45).
● Press the DISPLAY button (46) to change the display settings.
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● Normally, if an MP3 disc is loaded, the unit will take longer time to read
the initial data.
● A DVD that does not match the region code cannot be read by the unit.
● If a disc contains mixed content (e.g. MP3 and video files), the unit will
only recognise, list and play one content type.
● The screen saver becomes active if no disc has been loaded for 3 minutes,
or if the unit has been in STOP mode for 3 minutes.
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Using the SEARCH function
The SEARCH function can be used to select a specific starting point on a DVD
or CD.
● Press the SEARCH button (23).
● Press the digit buttons (24) to select an entry.
The possible entries for DVD are:
- Disc time
- Chapter
- Title
- Chapter time
- Title time
The possible entries for CD are:
- Track time
- Specific track
● Press the digit buttons to set a selection.
Using the PROGRAM function
● Press the PROGRAM button (33) to enter the PROGRAM function.
● Press the digit buttons (24) to select a desired track, and use the arrow
button down (28) to highlight the next entry.
● To confirm the selection and start the program, move the highlight to "START"
and press the ENTER button (29).
● To stop the progam, press the PROGRAM button (33) and press the
ENTER button (29).
Using the ZOOM function
This function can be used for zooming in and out on photos and DVDs.
The available zoom ratios are: 2x, 3x, 4x, 1/2x, 1/3x, 1/4x.
● Press the ZOOM button (34).
● Press the ZOOM button (34) again to set the correct size.
● Press the arrow buttons (28) to move through the picture.
Using the MP3/MPEG4 playback function
● Insert an MP3/MPEG4 disc. A content menu will display on the TV
screen.
● Press the up/down arrow buttons (28) to select a folder or a file.
● Press the ENTER button (29) to enter the selected folder or file.
● Press the PROGRAM button (33) to switch between folders and files.
Press the ENTER button (29) to confirm.
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Using the JPEG playback function
● Insert a JPEG disc. A content menu will display on the TV screen.
● Press the up/down arrow buttons (28) to select a folder or a file. Press the
ENTER button (29) to start the slide show.
● Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) to hold the slide show at the current
picture.
● Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) to resume the slide show.
● Press the PREV button (37) or the NEXT button (38) to select the
previous or next picture.
● To magnify the picture, press the ZOOM button (34). To zoom in or out on
the picture, press the FWD button (36) or the REV button (35). To move
the picture, press the arrow buttons (28).
Using the Video CD playback function
● Press the MENU/PBC button (45) to switch on the playback function.
● Insert a Video CD.
● To start playback, press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43) once.
● To select the audio channel during Video CD playback, press the AUDIO
button (44).
● Press the MENU/PBC button (45) to quit the playback and return to the
main menu.
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DVD setup menu operation
This menu only works in DVD mode.
To change the initial settings
The following actions have to be carried out with the remote control.
● Press the SETUP button (30).
● Press the arrow buttons (left and right) (28) to select a menu. The
submenu is displayed directly.
● Press the arrow buttons (up and down) (28) to enter the submenu.
● Press the ENTER button (29) to select a setting, or the left arrow button to
cancel the selection. If the selection invokes a subsequent submenu,
repeat the previous steps to select a setting.
● Press the ENTER button (29) to store the setting.
● Press the SETUP button (30) to exit.
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General setup page
● TV DISPLAY to set the aspect ratio. The following settings are available:
4:3 PANSCAN, 4:3 LETTERBOX, 16:9, WIDE SQUEEZE.
● ANGLE MARK to display the angle setting information. Switch this
function ON or OFF.
● OSD LANGUAGE to change the language. The following settings are
available: ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, DANISH, SPANISH, DUTCH,
GREEK.
● CLOSED CAPTIONS to display closed captions. Switch this function ON
or OFF.
● SCREEN SAVER to activate the screen saver. Switch this function ON or OFF.
Audio setup page
Downmix
● Select LT/RT to mix 5.1-channel audio into left channel and right channel.
● Select STEREO to mix 5.1 channel audio into signal stereo.
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This function is only available for Dolby AC-3 encoded 5.1-channel
discs.
Digital output
● Select SPDIF OFF to switch off the digital audio signal output.
● Select SPDIF RAW to set the digital audio signal output to its raw format
(DTS/Dolby Digital 5.1).
● Select SPDIF PCM to set the digital audio signal output to PCM format.
Dolby digital
DUAL MONO
● Stereo: both channels as is. STEREO is the default setting.
● L-Mono: left channel only.
● R-Mono: right channel only.
● Mix-Mono: the average of both the left and right channel.
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This function is only available for Dolby AC-3 encoded 2-channel
discs.
DYNAMIC
● Select the value for the dynamic range compression to avoid losing sound
details resulting from a low volume.
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Video setup page
● SHARPNESS: to adjust the screen sharpness.
● BRIGHTNESS: to adjust the screen brightness.
● CONTRAST: to adjust the screen contrast.
● HUE: to adjust the screen tint. This option is available for NTSC playback only.
● SATURATION: to adjust the saturation.
Preference setup page
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The general system functions can only be set with an empty DVD
player.
● TV TYPE to set the colour system. The following settings are available:
PAL, AUTO, NTSC.
● AUDIO to set the audio language.
● SUBTITLE to set the subtitle language.
● DISC MENU to set the language for the disc menu.
● PARENTAL to set a rating for movies played by the unit. Movies rated
higher than the level set for the parental lock can not be viewed. This
function is only available with discs that have parental rating encoded.
● DEFAULT: Restore all default settings of the unit.
Password setup page
PASSWORD
● Enter the current password in the first box.
● Enter the new password in the second box.
● Enter the new password again in the third box to confirm.
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The default password (1369) is always active, even if the password
has been reset.
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5.5
Slave setup menu operation
● Press the MODE button (41) to enter the slave setup menu.
Picture
● BRIGHT to set the brightness of the picture.
● CONTRAST to set the contrast of the picture.
● COLOR to set the colour of the picture.
● LANGUAGE to set the language of the country.
● RESET to restore the default settings.
Sound
● VOLUME to set the volume.
6.
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Cleaning and maintenance
WARNING
Before performing any cleaning or maintenance, switch off and
unplug the appliance.
● Clean the outside of the appliance with a soft cloth. When the appliance is
very dirty, dampen the cloth slightly with water and a neutral solution.
6.1
Handle and care of a disc
● Hold the disc with fingers. Hold the disc outer edge and/or the centre
spindle hole. Do not touch the disc surface.
● Do not bend or press the disc. Do not expose the disc to direct sunlight or
heating sources.
● Clean the disc surface with a soft, dry cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc
surface gently, radially, from centre towards the outer edge.
● Do not apply thinner, alcohol, chemical solvent, or sprays when cleaning.
Such cleaning fluids will permanently damage the disc surface.
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7.
Troubleshooting
Trouble
Action
No sound or incomplete
Check if the random equipment are switched on and set
audio correctly.
Check cables for connection problems.
Check if the correct source is selected.
Check volume or mute setting.
No powerCheck if the power cord has been properly connected to
the power outlet.
Check if the master power switch on the side panel is ON.
MalfunctionShould the unit develop a serious malfunction, unplug
the unit for 30 minutes. After this, power on the unit and
restore to factory default.
DVD/VCD/CD
Trouble
Action
No playback
There is no disc inserted. Load a disc in the master unit.
Disc is loaded upside down. Place the disc with the label
facing upward.
Rating level of the disc is higher than the rating level
setting of the unit.
Invalid region code.
Incorrect type of disc.
Disc may be damaged or dirty, clean the disc or try
another disc.
Moisture may have condensed inside the unit. Remove
the disc and leave the unit powered on for one or two
hours.
No sound or incomplete
Select another audio track.
audioDuring SCAN, SLOW MOTION or SINGLE STEP the
sound is muted.
Check if the disc is in fast forward or fast rewind mode.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE button (43).
No scan or skip possibleSome discs are programmed to refuse user action at
certain sections. This is no malfunction. Single chapter
or track discs do not allow skip function.
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Picture distorted or noisyDisc may be damaged or dirty, clean the disc or try
another disc.
Check TV system setting (PAL/NTSC).
Clean the disc.
Picture not full screen
Select the screen format from the unit's setup menu.
Select screen format in disc start menu.
MP3 playback
Trouble
Action
No sound or incomplete
If MP3 data is mixed with other files on CD, the audioappliance may play the non-MP3 files as noise or
without sound or it rejects the disc.
Check if the played file is in MP3 format or select
another file to play.
USB playback
Trouble
Action
No playbackUSB device is not installed or installed incorrectly. Insert
USB device into slot.
Incompatible USB device used. Playback using any USB
device cannot be guaranteed. Please try another USB
device.
Remote control (RC)
Trouble
RC does not function
Action
Check the battery installation.
Point the RC at the remote control sensor.
Stay within 8 metres of the appliance.
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8.
Technical data
DVD player
Parameter
Voltage
Input voltage
Power consumption
Max. power output
USB connection
Flash memory connection
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Disc output
Parameter
Laser type
Signal/noise ratio
Wow and flutter
Audio dynamic range
Frequency response
TV system
Region code
Output Terminals
Parameter
Headphones output impedance
Analog video
Analog audio
Remote control
Parameter
Power consumption
Battery size
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Value
9-12 VDC
100 ~ 240 VAC / 50 ~ 60 Hz
< 15 W
2x1W
USB 2.0 compatible
SD/MS/MMC
260 x 182 x 37.5 mm
900 g
Value
Semiconductor
> 80 dB
Below the limit of the unit
> 85 dB
20 Hz - 20 kHz (1 dB)
PAL/NTSC
2
Value
32 Ω
1 Vp-p (75 Ω)
1.0 Vrms (1 KHz, 0 dB)
Value
3V
CR2025
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Supported media formats
Parameter
Value
Disc typesDVD / DVD+R(W) / DVD-R(W) / (S)VCD / CD /
CD-R(W)
Picture formats
JPEG / Kodak Picture CD
Video formats
MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, AVI, Xvid
Audio formats
MPEG1 Layer I, II, III PCM Dolby Digital, MP3
Working environment
Parameter
Operating temperature
Relative humidity
9.
Value
0 - 45 °C
5% - 90%
isposal of used electrical
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and electronic equipment
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The meaning of the symbol on the material, its accessory or packaging indicates
that this product shall not be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of
this equipment at your applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipments waste. In the European Union and Other European
countries which there are separate collection systems for used electrical and
electronic product. By ensuring the correct disposal of this product, you will
help prevent potentially hazardous to the environment and to human health,
which could otherwise be caused by unsuitable waste handling of this product.
The recycling of materials will help conserve natural resources. Please do not
therefore dispose of your old electrical and electronic equipment with your
household waste.
For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact
your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product.
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