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Portable DVD Player
PD-7001 User Manual
Version 1.1
Important Safety Precautions
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Package Contents
Getting to know your DVD player
Attaching and removing the battery
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Turn on the DVD player
Basic playback
Using DVD video menu
Volume & Mute
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Warning To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard, do not expose this DVD player to
rain or moisture. No objects filled with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the
apparatus.
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DVD disc does not correspond to the
Region number of this DVD player, this DVD player cannot play this disc.
2. Apparatus should not be exposed to dripping or splashing liquids. No objects filled
with liquids, such as vases, should be placed on the apparatus.
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This portable DVD player contains mercury. Disposal of this material may be regulated due to environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling information, please
contact your local authorities or the Electronic Industries Alliance: www.eiae.org
Model number:
Purchase date:
Place of purchase and phone number:
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Serial Number:
CLASS 1
LASER
PRODUCT
Safety Guide
Warranty Information
Technical Support
Appendix
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Package Contents
Gettingtotoknow
Getting
knowyour
yourDVD
DVDplayer
player
Thank you for purchasing the PD-7001 Portable DVD player. Unpack the box and
remove any protection films. The following items should be in the package:
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Battery
Portable DVD Player
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Power Adapter and Charger
Remote Control
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Ports
on your DVD player
Portable DVD Player
Audio/Video Cable
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PD-7001 User Manual
Version1.1
User Manual
Car Headrest Mounting Case
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Attaching and removing the battery
Attaching
Attaching the battery
1.Lay the battery down flat as shown in the illustration.
2.Place the player centered on top of the battery so that the battery s locating pegs
fit into the fixing holes( )on the underside of the player.
3.Slide the player back onto the battery until it clicks into place.
Removing the battery
Make sure the battery is properly attached to the player.
Connect the output from the power adapter to the DC IN port on the player(Figure
1.1) and the LED will light up.
This LED will turn to green once the battery is fully charged.
When charging the battery for the first time, please charge for at least 12 hours.
Battery Warning Information: When the battery level is low, it will show a low
battery warning on the LCD screen (Figure1.2) .
1.Turn the player over, with the rubber pads facing up.
2.While pushing the removal tab down, slide the battery in the opposite direction.
The battery will slide right off.
Note: Contact the appropriate local governmental office or your current waste removal provider for assistance in determining the correct battery disposal
method in your area.
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Note: Remember to turn your TV on and
tune it to the corresponding input
channel on your TV .
1. Connect the output from the power adapter to the player's DC IN socket.
2. Connect the power adapter's supply cable to a AC power outlet.
Note: If the power adapter is plugged in, the player will function even if the battery
is not attached.
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO/OPTICAL OUT
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This DVD player is compatible with the following types of discs/formats:DVD movies,
Video CD's, MP3 files, WMA files, and JPEG files. Before you put a disc in the player,
make sure the disc/format is compatible.
Note:
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POWER
SLOW REV
STEP REV
MODE
DISPLAY
SLOW FWD BOOKMARK
STEP FWD
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ANGLE
SEARCH
RETURN
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MENU/PBC
SHIFT
SUBTITLE
SETUP
TITLE
ENTER
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AUDIO
MUTE
A-B
ZOOM
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REPEAT
RANDOM
Some discs may not be compatible due to laser pickup and design.
CLEAR
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PROG
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For the regional code assignment, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has divided the world into 6 regions:
Region 1: United States, Canada, East-Pacific Islands.
Region 2: Japan, West Europe, Egypt, South Africa, Far East.
Region 3: South East Asian countries include the R.O.C. Hong Kong,
South Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, etc.
Region 4: Australia, New Zealand, Central South America, South
Pacific Islands.
Region 5: Russia, Mongolia, Indian Islands, Central Asia, East Europe,
North Korea, North Africa, North West Asia, etc.
Region 6: Mainland China.
If the region number of your DVD disc does not correspond to the region number of
this DVD player, this player may not be able to play the disc.
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Basic Operations
Turn on the
Turn
the DVD
DVD player
player
Basic playback
1.Set the player on a table or on a steady surface.
2.Raise the screen to the open position.
3.Press the Power key of the remote control to turn on the unit, you can also press
and hold the On/Off button for 3 seconds to turn on the unit.
4.When the power is turned on . The player will automatically search for the disc.
If a compatible disc is available, the unit will start the disc playback automatically.
Power
LCD Mode
Standby Mode :
(1). Press Power key to turn off the disc playback when the unit is on.
(2). When the unit is off, press Power key to
startd disc playback again.
(3). Disconnecting the main power to the
device will end the standby state.
Play/Pause
Stop
Next
Previous
Note:
To save battery power, the unit has an autoscreensaver and auto shut-off function.
When the unit is stopped or paused, and no
operations are performed within 5 minutes,
the screen saver mode will be activated automatically. After the screensaver has been on
for 5 minutes, the unit will turn off automatically without the resume play feature .
Play/Pause: If disc playback is stopped,
press this key to make player start again.
If in the pre - stop condition it executes
memory play function. During disc playback, press once to pause; press again to
resume playback.
Stop: Stops disc playback. Press once to
stop the disc playback. (Playback will start
at location where you stopped.) Pressing
twice will cause a full stop. (Playback will
start at the beginning the disc).
Fast forward
Fast reverse
Fast forward/Reverse: When you press
the Fast forward/Reverse key during
playback, the unit will Fast forward/
Reverse the disc. With each consecutive
press of the Fast forward/Reverse key,
the playback speed increases. There are
4 speed levels for DVD discs in FWD/ REV:
2x,4x,16x,100x. For all other discs, there
are 3 speed levels: 2x,4x, 8x. Press the
Play key to resume normal playback.
Previous Chapter/Next Chapter: When you press this key, the player will skip to
the Previous/Next chapter or track and play automatically.
LCD Mode: The Mode button brings up the LCD picture menu. You can adjust the
picture options: COLOR, CONTRAST, BRIGHTNESS, HUE, REVERSAL, NORMAL
and RESET using the arrow and ENTER buttons to make adjustments.
COLOR: adjusts the richness of color.
CONTRAST: adjusts the difference between the light and dark areas.
BRIGHTNESS: adjusts the brightness.
HUE: adjusts the balance between red and green levels.
REVERSAL: turns the image upside down.
NORMAL: adjusts the 4:3 or normal LCD screen format.
RESET: adjusts all MODE options back to the factory settings except NORMAL .
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Basic Operations
Volume & Mute
Volume
Mute
Using DVD video menu
When you insert a DVD disc in the DVD
player and start to play it:
Volume
Press the VOL+/VOL- buttons and the
following volume adjust menu will appear
on the screen.
Use VOL+ to increase the volume and
VOL- to decrease the volume.
1. The unit will automatically start the playback from the beginning of the disc and
then the Menu will be brought up.
Menu
Arrow
Title
2. Press Up/ Down/ Left/ Right to
move the highlight in the Menu.
3. Press Enter on the selected option.
Mute
Q:How can I see the contents of the disc?
Mute
A: Move the highlighted bar to Play Movie
or Play on the disc menu of the disc and
press Enter . The title of this option may
vary from disc to disc.
Q:How can I set the subtitle language?
A: Select Subtitle or Options on the disc menu of the disc, and press Enter. In
the subtitle list that appears, select the subtitle language you want and
press Enter. Note that the title of this option may vary from disc to disc.
If you do not want to have audio while the
movie or music is being played:
1.Press Mute to turn audio off.
2.Press Mute again to turn audio on.
VOL+/VOL-
Q: How do I play the disc from a certain scene in the movie?
A: Select Scene Select on the disc menu of the disc, and press Enter. The screen
will display the starting picture of each chapter. Move the highlight the chapter
you want and press Enter. Note that the title of the option may vary from disc
to disc.
Q:How do I open the Menu while the disc is being played?
A: Simply press Menu or Title.
Note:
On a CD with MP3, WMA and JPEG, press the Title button to switch between
Music ,Photo and Movie options. Please refer to the related descriptions in
the Playing MP3, WMA and JPEG files section.
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Advanced Operation
Repeat/A-B
Repeat/A-B
Some VCD and SVCD discs(Karaoke-discs )have disc menus. They are used to
select the contents that you want to view. This type of menu can also be called the
PBC (Playback Control)MENU.
Number
PBC
Prev
Next
If this type of disc is being played:
1.When the PBC option is set to ON in the
Others settings of the setup menu, the disc
playback will be automatically started and
will stop at the PBC MENU screen.
You can press PBC button on the remote
control to turn the PBC function ON/OFF.
Repeat: Press Repeat if user wants to repeat the whole disc or a specific track/
chapter of the disc
1.Press Repeat to switch between different repeat modes.
2.When Repeat is pressed, the repeat results may differ depending on the disc
types. See the diagram below:
2.Press Prev and Next to scroll the previous/next Menu pages if available.
3.Press the Number buttons to enter the
number of the segment or track that you
wish to play. If the segment or track is a
two digit number, simply enter the two
digits consecutively.
A-B:Press A-B if you want to repeat a
specific segment on the DVD that you
can define.
1.Press A-B once at the point(A) where
you want to start the repeat.
A-B
Q: I do not want to see the PBC Menu. I just
want to the disc to play.
A: Simply set PBC option to OFF in the Others seting of the setup menu, and the
PBC function will be disabled. The unit will resume the disc playback from the
beginning of the disc, and will not show the PBC menu.
Q: How do I get back to the menu during the playback?
A: With the PBC function on, enter the second function by pressing Shift and then
pressing Return to stop the disc playback and get back to the menu.
Q: The PBC function has been turned off, how do I turn it back on again?
A: Simply set PBC option to ON in the Others setting of the setup menu to restore
the PBC function. The other way is press Menu/PBC key again. Note that after
the PBC is turned on, the current playback will be stopped and the PBC menu
will be displayed.
Note:
If no operations are executed within 10 seconds after the PBC menu
is displayed, the unit will resume the playback from the first track.
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Repeat
2.Press A-B again at the point (B) where
you want to end the repeated segment.
3.The A-B segment repeat will then start to play.
4.Press A-B a third time to cancel the A-B repeat mode and resume the normal
disc playback.
OFF
Note:
When playing VCD2.0,the repeat function can only be achieved with the
PBC function turned off.
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Advanced Operations
Console operation
Angle
/
Sound
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or Angle
You can display the general playback status on the screen. Some items can be
changed using the menu. To use the on-screen display:
1. Press Display during playback.
2. Press / to select an item. The selected item is highlighted.
3. Press / to change the setting. You can also use the number buttons if appropriate(e.g.inputting the title number). For some functions, press Enter to execute
the setting.
Notes:
Some discs may not provide all of the features shown below.
If no button is pressed for 10 seconds, the on-screen Display disappears.
Example: On-Screen Display during playing DVD/DVD-VR
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Title Number
Example: On-Screen Display during playing VCD
Track Number
(or PBC mode)
Numbers Enter
Time Search
Chapter Number
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Numbers Enter
Stereo
Numbers Enter
Audio Channel
Stereo
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Numbers Enter
Time Search
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Sound
Audio language
and digital Audio
output mode
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or Audio
Subtitle language
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or Subtitle
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or Audio
Advanced Operations
Random
Random
Special features
features only
only in
in DVD
DVD disc
disc
1. Each time you press Random, the unit automatically executes the random
playback function.
2. In Random mode, press Random again to return to the normal playback
mode.
Note:
1. The function is only valid for VCD, SVCD and CD discs.
2. The function is only valid for VCD/SVCD discs when the PBC function is turned
off.
Select the Subtitle Language
1. Press Subtitle once to bring up the
subtitle information shown on the top
left corner of the screen. See the illustration below:
Angle
Subtitle
Zoom & Programming
Zoom
Arrow
Three special functions are available for DVD discs.
1. When playing a disc, press Zoom to
magnify the image. Each time you press
Zoom, the picture is magnified even
more (until you get to the maximum zoom
level).
2.To see other parts of the picture when you
are zoomed in on the image, try pressing
the Arrows to move in corresponding
directions. This feature is called Pan and
Scan.
Programming
The program playback function allows you
to enter the order in which you want the
tracks to play. This feature is not available
on DVD discs.
Prog
Zoom
1. The program playback function is valid only when the PBC function is off, and
when the unit has stopped playback for VCD discs.
2. Please see the audio playback section for more information on how to set the
program playback menu for VCD or audio discs.
ENG
2. Each time you press Subtitle, you can
switch to the next subtitle.
3. If the Subtitle menu is not displayed
press Subtitle to bring up the subtitle
menu.
Audio
Select the Audio Language
1. Press Audio once to bring up the
audio information shown on the top left
corner of the screen.
You will see the language selected and the digit audio output information as illustrated below:
2. Each time you press Audio, you can switch to the next audio language.
3. If the audio menu is not displayed, press Audio to bring up the audio menu..
Select the Camera Angle
1. Press Angle once to bring up the angle information shown on the top left
corner of the screen. See the illustration below:
2. Each time you press Angle, the camera angle changes.
3. If the camera angle menu is not displayed, press Angle to bring up the camera angle menu.
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Adnanced Operations
The second function
Shift key
During disc playback, you can use the
Bookmark function, as follows:
Shift key: The Shift key on the remote control is used in combination with the
number keys which have a second function. The number keys that have a dual
functions are labeled as SLOW REV, SLOW FWD, BOOKMARK, SEARCH,
STEP REV, STEP FWD, RETURN.
Second function keys
1.Press the Shift key to open the function
symbol below:
1.Press Shift to open the following function
symbol.
2.When you want to set a bookmark at the
position currently being played, press
Bookmark. On the bookmark menu,
you will see the following picture. It
indicates a bookmark has been set at
this specified position.
2. Press the second function key you want to
use , and press it within 5 seconds,
otherwise the second function will quit
automatically.
SLOW FWD: If a disc is being played, holding the Slow forward key will cause the
playback to play forward slowly. When playing in Slow forward, the image plays slowly
and the sound stops. Press Play to resume
normal play
SLOW REV: If a disc is being played, holding the Slow reverse key will cause the
playback to play forward slowly. When playing in Slow reverse, the image plays slowly
and the sound stops. Press Play to resume
normal play.
3. If you want to see the bookmark that
you just set, follow these steps:
(1).Press the Shift key to open the function symbol below:
(2).Press Search to achieve search function. The bookmark you have set
appears as below;
Step FWD/Step REV: During playback pressing the Step FWD/Step REV key
allows you to progress the playback one frame at a time.
Return: During playback, press the Return key to return to the PBC menu .
When playing picture CD, press the Return key to show and hide picture menu.
Note:
The Slow REV, Slow FWD, Bookmark, Search, Step REV, Step FWD, Return
must be in second function mode.
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Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the related bookmark, and press Play or
Enter.
Notes:
(1). Press the Search again to exit the search menu.
(2). You can set a total of 9 bookmarks. You also can delete the bookmark point
you have set by pressing Clear on the remote control.
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Advanced Operations
Frequently asked
Frequently
asked questions
questions
Q: After I inserted the DVD disc into the unit, the screen asks for a 4-digit
password . Why?
A: This is because the DVD disc that you have inserted is rated with the Parental
Control, and the current rating level set is lower than the rating of the disc.
After you enter the password correctly, the disc playback can start normally.
Provided that you have not already changed it, the factory preset password for
the player is empty. Please refer to Setup Menu/Lock Setup for the details
on how to set the rating level of the parental control on the DVD player.
Note on Parental Control:
The DVD Parental Control is a rating system, like movie ratings. It helps you to
control the rating of DVDs that your family watches. Use the settings on the screen
to set the rating of the player (including the software player on the PC). If the disc
rating is higher than the rating of the unit, the disc cannot be played. Note that some
times, the rating control sequence is different subject to the disc types. The unit
alerts you when you try to play a movie with a rating that exceeds the limit you are
set. If you choose to override the rating limit, you will need to enter your password
to resume the disc playback. If you choose to unlock the parental control, the parental control feature will not function, and the whole disc contents will be played.
The same DVD disc can also be edited into different editions based on the rating
set by the parental control. With the parental control, you can also edit out or
replace the violent scenes that are unsuitable for children..
List of parental control levels:
1. Adult
2. NC-17
3. R
4. PG-R
5. PG-13
6. PG
7. G
8. Kids
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Advanced Operations
Playing
Playing
MP3,
MP3,
WMA,
WMA,
and
and
JPEG
JPEG
files
files
When you insert a disc that contains MP3, WMA, MPEG, or JPEG data or an audio
CD into the unit, you will see the files listed as illustrated below:
1. Press Title to switch among the 3 option pages: Music, Photo and Movie.
. music page is divided into 3 areas: Playback list, Program list and the
2. The
Edit area in the middle.
After you press Enter on mix in the middle edit area, all the pictures will be displayed in order, and the MP3 songs will be played as background music.
The speed in the edit area is used to adjust the time spent during the picture
transition.
Music
Music
Photo
Photo
Movie
Movie
Program
List
1-0001.mp3
1-0002.mp3
Photo
Movie
4. In the movie page, you can press Play
or Enter on the highlighted folder in the
playback list to view the folder contents
or play the corresponding file.
List
JPEG
Mp3
VCD
WMA
You can use the ADD, ADD ALL, DELETE
and DELETE ALL options provided in the
middle edit area to choose what files get
played in the program list..
1-0003.mp3
1-0004.mp3
1-0005.mp3
0:00:23
You can press Play or Enter on the high
lighted folder in the Playback list to view the
folder contents, or play the corresponding
audio files in the Playback list or Program
list.
1/10
\MP3\0001. Mp3
To remove a file, simply move the highlight
to the corresponding file under the program
list, and press Clear.
Note :
The playback interface and operations of the audio CD disc is very similar to that
of Music. Please refer to the related descriptions in the music section for more
information audio CD playback.
3. The photo page is divided into 3 areas: Playback list, Preview window and the
Edit area in the middle.
You can press Play or Enter on the highlighted folder in the Playback list to view the
Music
Photo
Movie
folder contents
List
JPEG
Mp3
VCD
WMA
Preview
When the highlighted file you select is a
picture file, you will see a minimized version
of the picture in the preview window on the
right side of the photo page.
After you press Enter on the slide show
option in the middle Edit area, you will see
all the pictures displayed in order.
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System Setup Menu
System setup menu
You can press the Setup key on the remote control to bring up system setup menu.
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→
4.The Disc Subtitle and Disc Menu functions are similar to that of Disc Audio. They
are used to set the default playback language for the DVD subtitle and Menu
display language.
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→
→
Ø When the cursor is located at the top of the On-Screen Display, press Left/ →Right
arrow keys to switch between different pages.
Ø Press Down arrow key to move to the setup page, and press Up/ Down Arrow keys
to select the setting that you want to change.
Ø Open the selection list by pressing →Right arrow key on the selected item. Change
the selection by Up/ Down arrow keys and enter key.
3.Disc Audio: When you play a DVD disc, the unit will select the default audio
language if the language is available in the disc. Please note that if the language
recorded on the disc is not available in the language in the disc menu, the language
originally recorded on the disc will be used. If the disc is equipped with a specific
playback language, the language specified will be used.
Setting the language
LANGUAGE
1. You will first see the LANGUAGE menu page when the
setup menu is brought up, as
illustrated on the left.
LN
A
G
UN G U G
A
EG E
Menu Language
Disc Audio
English
Original
Disc Subtitle
Disc Menu
Original
Original
Original
Move
Menu language
Menu
language
Disc Audio
Disc Subtitle
Disc Menu
Original
Original
English
French
German
Spanish
Italian
Chinese
Prev.
Move
Enter
Display setup
Select
1.When entering the Display Setup Menu page, you will see the screen
illustrated below.
2. The item Menu Language is
used to select the setup menu
and OSD (ON-Screen Display)
language used during the disc
playback and instructional
operations. The language
selection includes English,
French, Chinese, Japanese
on the left.
L ANN
GUG U AGG
EE
MenuLanguage
Language
English
DiscAudio
Audio
DiscSubtitle
Subtitle
DiscMenu
French
Chinese
Japanese
Prev.
Move
DIS
S PP L A Y
TV Aspect
Display Mode
TV Output
16:9
Wides creen
AUTO
Enter
Mode
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Select
System Setup Menu
Display setup
Display
setup
Audio setup
2. TV Aspect: Depending on the type of television you have, the image adjustment
offers 2 options for your setting: 4:3 and 16:9.This item is used to display image
data in the wide-screen film on the normal TV set. The option 16:9 is used when
the DVD player is connected to wide screen TV in Full Mode, and the screen will
display pictures in full size.
1.You will first see the picture as shown on the below side after you enter the
AUDIO. For language code, refer to Appendix2.
AUUDDI IOO
Dolb yDDigital
Dolby
ig it al
DTS
Sample FFreq
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Dig it al O utp ut
D IISSPP LL A Y
TV Aspect
Aspect
Display Mode
Mode
4:3
4:3
16:9
3. The Display Mode item can only be modified when the TV Display mode is set to
4:3. Two options are provided: Letterbox and Panscan.
Ø Letterbox : This image option will display the panoramic frame movie in the smaller portion of the screen. And the movie might appear with black bars at the top
and bottom of the screen.
Ø Panscan: This image option refers to pictures where the left and right edges of the
picture are cut off so it fills the whole screen. It is selected for the normal TV set
display. This mode is selected when the picture is displayed in panoramic view
and complete scan format.
Bit str eam
Bit str eam
48KHZ
OFF
2.The Dolby Digital option allows you to toggle the Dolby Digital output On/Off.
Two options are provided: Bitstream and PCM. The DTS indicates the output
mode of the Digital Cinema.
Ø Bitstream: Select this option when the unit is connected to an amplifier with a
builtin DTS decoder, Dolby Digital decoder and MPEG decoder,or other audio
equipment with digital audio output terminals.
Ø PCM: Select this option when the unit is connected to the dual stereo digital audio equipment. When the DVD disc being played is recorded with the dolby digtal,
MPEG1/MPEG2 recording systems, the DVD player selects PCM as the audio
output.
AUU
DIO
DIO
TVAspect
Aspect
Display Mode
Mode
Letterbox
Letterbox
Panscan
TV Output
AUTO
Prev . Move
Prev.
DolbyDigital
Dolby
Digital
DTS
DTS
Sample Freq
Sample
Freq
Digital Output
Bitstream
PCM
Enter
4.TV Output is used to switch TV system when you need . Here provide PAL, AUTO, and
NTSC. When connect to TV set, choose TV system according to actual situation until
get satisfied picture. In defect mode, choose NTSC.
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System Setup Menu
Audio setup
Audio
setup
Lock setup
3.The Sample Freq provides 2 options. If the connected receiver or amplifier is no capable of processing digital input with a sampling frequency of 96khz, it will select 48khz
as the sampling frequency to compress the signal to a standard signal. After the 48khz
frequency is selected, the unit will automatically convert 96khz signals into 48khz signals, and then your system will be able to decode the signals. If the receiver is capable of outputting digital signals with a sampling frequency of 96khz, it will select 96khz
as the output signal. After 96khz frequency is selected, the unit will be able to process
all signals without any compression.
1.You will see the screen illustrated below upon entering the Lock Setup Menu.
This page is used to set the Parental Control.
2. The Rating item is used to set the rating level.
Ø Before you enter into the item, the system will request you to input the password
first. After the password is entered correctly, the parental control rating level can
be changed.
Ø If you did not set any password for Parental Control, the system will request you
to input a new password.
Ø If you make a mistake before pressing Enter, press Clear and enter your 4-digit
password again.
AUDIO
48KHz
96KHz
Digital Output
Rating
Password
Country Code
Code
¡û
Unlock
Unlock
New
US
¡ú ¡ý ¡ü
AUUDDI OI O
ON
OFF
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→
4.The Digital output option is used to turn the Dolby Digital/DTS/Sample Freq. On/Off.
Ø After the new password is entered successfully, press Up/ Down to change
the parental control rating level. Including the Unlock level, there are a total of
9 levels in the parental control rating levels. See the Parental Control section
for details.
LOCK
Rating
Password
Country Code
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Unlock
Adult
NC-17
R
PG-R
PG-13
PG
G
Kids
System Setup Menu
Locksetup
Lock
setup
Other settings
4.The Password option is used to set a new password or change the old password.
Before you can change the password, the system will require you to input the old
password first. The new password will be accepted only when the old password is
input correctly.
ØPress Enter to confirm the selection of the Country Code.
Note :
Submit password: 6512.
For country code, refer to Appendix 1.
1.You will see the screen illustrated below upon entering the Others setting page.
This page is used to set on the PBC, Auto Play, B.L.E, Load Default, Screen
Saver, and Last Play options.
Country Code
ON
ON
OFF
Select
ON
ON
Screen Saver
LastPlay
5.The Country Code item is used to set the region code. The Parental Control level is
only valid when the Country Code of the unit is matched with that of the disc. Changes
can be made by modifying the two letter code.
←
2.The PBC function provides 2 options: ON and OFF. Please refer to theVCD/
SVCD PBC menu section for detailed descriptions of ON and OFF option of the
PBC function.
Country Code
¡û
→
→
→
→
Ø Before the user can enter into the country code item, the system will request you to
input the password first. The country code can be changed only after the pass
word is inputted successfully.
Ø Press Up/ Down to select the first letter.
Ø Press →Right to move the highlight
Ø Press Up/ Down again to select the second letter.
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Auto Play
¡ú
¡ý
OFF
OFF
ON
¡ü
Screen Saver
LastPlay
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System Setup Menu
Other settings
settings
Other settings
Other
settings
5.Load Defaults function: If you have made changes in the setup menu, and wish
to revert back to the default factory settings, just move the cursor to the selection
and press enter. Any changes made to the setup menu will be restored to the
factory defaults.
3.The Auto Play provides 2 options: ON and OFF. When the option is set as ON , the
auto play function is activated. For VCD and CD discs, the unit will automatically play
the VCD/CD disc from the beginning once the disc is recognized. When the auto play
option is set as OFF, the user will need to manually play VCD/CD discs.
OTTHE
HRE
SRS
PBC
PBC
Auto Play
B.L.E
Load Default
Default
Screen Saver
LastPlay
PBC
PBC
Auto Play
B.L.E
Load Default
Default
ON
OFF
OFF
Select
Select
Screen Saver
LastPlay
.
Prev . Move
Prev.
Move
Enter
Enter
Note:
If the Auto Play function is set to OFF, a VCD disc is read, shows the VCD icon, but
playback does not start, press the Play key to play.
4.When the B.L.E. (Black Level Expansion) function is executed on the picture, the best
.
picture quality is achieved. The B.L.E. item provides 2 options: ON and OFF. When
this option is turned ON, the black level of the picture will be expanded (0 IRE is cut off,
dark). When this option is turned OFF, the black level of the picture will be the standard
level(7.5 IRE is cut off, light).
OTT
HEHRS
ERS
Load Default
Default
Screen Saver
LastPlay
OTT
HEH
RSE R S
PBC
PBC
AutoPlay
Play
B.L.E
Load Default
Default
Screen Saver
LastPlay
PBC
PBC
Auto Play
Play
B.L.E
6.Screen Saver function: You can toggle ON/OFF the Screen Saver if you do not
wish to have the Screen Saver appear.
ON
OFF
Move
Prev . Move
Prev.
ON
OFF
Prev . Move
Move
Enter
Enter
Note :
The
The B.L.E. function is only valid when the TV color signal system is set at NTSC.
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Enter
Troubleshooting
Othersettings
Other
settings
7. Memory Play function: This player has memory play function. If you reset or put the
previous disc into the tray after reopening the tray, the player will continue to play
from the point interrupted last time. If you do not want to have this function you can
select the OFF.
OTHTERH
SERS
PBC
PBC
Auto Play
B.L.E
Load Default
Default
Screen Saver
LastPlay
ON
OFF
Prev .
Move
Move
Enter
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Before requesting service for this DVD player, please check the items below for a
possible cause of the problem you are encountering . Some simple checks or a minor
adjustment on your part may eliminate the problem and restore the proper operation.
1. Power
Ø No power
Check if the AC power cord has been connected correctly or if the battery is in place.
2.Picture
Ø Picture distortion
Need to clean the disc.
Ø Picture does not fit TV screen
The images may not fill up the whole TV screen even after the mode has been set.
This is because the DVD images are fixed in width .
(c).When the unit is in System Setting/Program Menu, press Setup/Prog to
exit the System Menu/Program menu, or press Play to return to the normal
playback mode
(d).If the unit is Muted, press Mute again to enable the normal sound play.
4.Operations
Ø The remote control does not work properly.
(a).Using remote control near the unit. Aim the remote control at the remote
sensor of the unit.
(b).If the batteries in the remote control are dead, please replace batteries with new ones.
Ø Disc Playback Failure
(a).No disc is inserted. (No disc symbol appears on the screen). Please insert
your disc. It is possible that the disc is dirty. Please clean the disc.
(b).There could be humidity in the unit. Power on the unit for 30 minutes without playing any discs.
Ø The player fails to play from the beginning
(a).The play mode is in the Program, Random, Repeat or Repeat A-B mode.
Press the relative functions again to restore the normal play mode.(Please
refer to the advanced operations chapter for detailed instructions.)
(b).While the DVD Title/Chapter or DVD setup menu is displayed on the TV
screen directly, or while playing Video CD that includes PBC function, the
setup menu is displayed on the TV screen.
Ø Stops playing automatically
Some discs have recorded the pause automatically command in the original
recording. The unit will stop playing automatically at the segment where the
command is recorded.
If the battery is dead, please recharge the battery or connect the unit to the
adapter.
The battery life is between 3 and 4 hours depending on your usage. A Low battery
warning will be displayed about five minutes, after which the unit will automatically switch off.
3. Sound
Ø No Sound
(a).If the unit is being played in slow or pause mode, press Play to return to normal
playback.
(b).If the unit is played in 8x, 16x, or 100x mode, press Play to return to the normal
playback speed.
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Appendix 1
Country Codes
Choose a country code from this list.
Safety Guide
Read all instructions and warnings provided. Save these instructions for
future use.
If service is required, ensure work is done by a qualified technician.
Do not use this unit near water or in a rainy/moist environment
Do not attempt to service this product yourself. Doing so will expose you to
various hazards including dangerous voltage
This unit is suitable for a 110V to 230V AC power supply
Disconnect the power cable (pull plug) and USB cable in the following situations:
-In the event of service
-Power cable/plug becomes damaged
-Unit is exposed to excess moisture/rain
-Unit is being cleaned
Unit must be used with adult supervision at all times; children must not be
allowed to handle any of the cable
Never insert any objects other than CDs/DVDs into the tray.
Warranty Information
Country
Code
Country
Code
Afghanistan
AF
Hungary
HU
Argentina
AR
India
IN
Australia
AU
Indonesia
ID
Austria
IL
AT
Israel
Belgium
BE
Italy
IT
Bhutan
BT
Jamaica
JM
Bolivia
Brazil
BO
BR
Japan
Kenya
JP
KE
Cambodia
KH
Kuwait
KW
Canada
CA
Libya
LY
LU
One Year Limited Warranty
Chile
CL
Luxembourg
This EMPREX device is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for one
full year from the original date of purchase.
This warranty is valid at the time of purchase and is non-transferable. Sales
slip or other authentic evidence is required to validate warranty. Damage
caused by accident, misuse, abuse, improper storage, and/or uncertified
repairs is not covered by this warranty.
All mail or transportation costs including insurance are at the expense of the
owner.
Do not send any product to EMPREX for warranty without an RMA (Return
Merchandise Authorization) and proof of purchase. Ensure delivery method
can be tracked (keep tracking number).
Warranty is valid only in the country of purchase. EMPREX assumes no
liability that may result directly or indirectly from the use or misuse of these
products.
IMPORTANT
This warranty will be voided if the device is tampered with, improperly serviced,
or the security seals are broken or removed.
China
CN
Malaysia
MY
Colombia
CO
Maldives
MV
Congo
CG
Mexico
MX
Costa Rica
CR
Monaco
MC
Croatia
HR
Mongolia
MN
Czech Republic
CZ
MA
Denmark
DK
Morocco
Nepal
Ecuador
EC
Netherlands
NL
El Salvador
EG
SV
Netherlands Antilles
Egypt
New Zealand
AN
NZ
Ethiopia
ET
Nigeria
NG
Technical Support
US:
4180 Business Center Drive Fremont,CA 94538,USA
Website:www.allsupport.net Email:support@allsupport.net
EUR : Website:www.emprex.com
Email:tech_eu@emprex.com
Other: Website:www.emprex.com
Email:service@emprex.com
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Fiji
FJ
Norway
NO
Finland
FI
Oman
OM
France
FR
Pakistan
PK
Germany
DE
Panama
PA
Great Britain
GB
Paraguay
PY
Greece
GR
Philippines
PH
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Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Country
Code
Country
Russian Federation
RU
Switzerland
CH
Saudi Arabia
SA
Taiwan
TW
Senegal
SN
Thailand
Singapore
SG
Slovak Republic
Code
Language Codes
Use this list to input your desired language for the following initial
settings: Disc Audio, Disc Subtitle, Disc Menu
Language
Code
Language
Code
TH
Abkhazian
6566
English
6978
Turkey
TR
Afar
6565
Esperanto
6979
SK
Uganda
UG
Afrikaans
6570
Estonian
6984
Slovenia
SI
Ukraine
UA
Albanian
8381
Faroese
7079
South Africa
ZA
United States
US
Ameharic
KR
Uruguay
6577
Fiji
South Korea
7074
UY
Spain
ES
Uzbekistan
UZ
Arabic
6582
Finnish
7073
Armenian
7289
French
7082
Sri Lanka
LK
Vietnam
VN
Sweden
SE
Zimbabwe
ZW
Assamese
6583
Frisian
7089
Greenland
Islands
GL
HM
Poland
Portugal
PL
PT
Aymara
6588
Galician
7176
Azerbaijani
6590
Georgian
7565
Hong Kong
HK
Romania
RO
Bashkir
6665
German
6869
Basque
6985
Greek
6976
Bengali;Bangla
6678
Greenlandic
7576
Bhutani
6890
Guarani
7178
Bihari
6672
Gujarati
7185
Breton
6682
Hausa
7265
Bulgarian
6671
Hebrew
7387
Burmese
7789
Hindi
7173
Byelorussian
6669
Hungarian
7285
Cambodian
7577
Icelandic
7383
Catalan
6765
Indonesian
7378
Chinese
9072
Interlingua
7365
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Appendix 2
Appendix 2
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Kashmiri
7583
Portuguese
8084
Tigrinya
8473
Vietnamese
8673
Kazakh
7575
Quechua
8185
Tonga
8479
Volapuk
8679
Kirghiz
7589
Rhaeto-Romance
8277
Turkish
8482
Welsh
6789
Korean
7579
Rumanian
8279
Turkmen
8475
Wolof
8779
Kurdish
7585
Russian
8285
Twi
8487
Xhosa
8872
Laothian
7679
Samoan
8377
Ukuainian
8575
Yiddish
7473
Latin
7665
Sanskrit
8365
Urdu
8582
Yoruba
8979
Latvian,Lettish
7686
Scots Gaelic
7176
Uzbek
8590
Zulu
9085
Lingala
7678
Serbian
8382
Corsican
6779
Irish
7165
Lithuanian
7684
Serbo-Croatian
8672
Croatian
7282
Italian
7384
Macedonian
7775
Shona
8376
Czech
6783
Japanese
7465
Malagasy
7771
Sindhi
8368
Danish
6865
Javanese
7487
Malay
7783
Singhalese
8373
Dutch
7876
Kannada
7578
Malayalam
7776
Slovak
8375
Persian
7065
Thai
8472
Maltese
7784
Slovenian
8376
Polish
8076
Tibetan
6679
Maori
7773
Somali
8379
Marathi
7782
Spanish
6983
Moldavian
7779
Sudanese
8385
Mongolian
7778
Swahili
8387
Nauru
7865
Swedish
8386
Nepali
7869
Tagalog
8476
Norwegian
7879
Tajik
8471
Oriya
7982
Tamil
8465
Panjabi
8065
Tatar
8484
Pashto,Pushto
8083
Telugu
8469
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