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Delphi DVDM-800 Operating instructions
8" LCD Overhead Monitor with DVD Player
DELPHI MOBILE VIDEO DVDM-800
U S E R M A N UA L
Important: This manual contains important safety and operating information. Please read and follow the instructions in this manual.
Failure to do so could result in personal injury, death, and/or damage to your DVDM-800 and/or to your vehicle.
WELCOME
Congratulations on the purchase of your Delphi
Mobile Video DVDM-800. This unit will provide
numerous hours of video entertainment for your
backseat passengers.
Your DVDM-800 will play DVDs, audio CDs, MP3
discs, and video CDs. It is not compatible with
CD-I discs, CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, laser discs,
or minidiscs.
Use this manual to learn how to operate your
DVDM-800 safely and effectively and find out
about the different features.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to
potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages
that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
Warning: When using your DVDM-800, it is your sole
responsibility to secure and use the device in a manner
that will not cause accidents, personal injury or property
damage, or in any manner obstruct your view or interfere
with the operation of vehicle safety equipment.
It is your sole responsibility that this device is properly
installed and that these operating instructions are read
carefully, understood, and used consistent with the laws
of operation for any state or country in which you use
the device and with common sense. Failure to do so may
result in an accident and personal injury, death, and/or
property damage to your DVDM-800 and/or vehicle.
DELPHI DISCLAIMS ALL LIABILITY FOR ANY USE OF THIS
PRODUCT IN A WAY THAT MAY CAUSE ACCIDENTS,
DAMAGE, OR THAT MAY VIOLATE THE LAW.
CAUTION
• Use only a soft, dry cloth to clean the outside of your DVDM-800 and any peripherals.
• Do not use any solvents, chemicals, or
cleaning solutions containing alcohol,
ammonia, or abrasives.
• Do not use sprays near your unit.
• Refrain from using food or drinks near the
remote control. Spilling food or drinks on
the remote could damage it.
• Keep hands or materials away from the LCD
video monitor to avoid surface scratches.
• Push the panel buttons gently to avoid
damage to the hinge.
• Close the unit when not in use.
• Do not leave the unit’s dome light on while
the vehicle is unattended. The dome light
could drain the vehicle’s battery.
• When not in use, place the remote control
and headphones where they will not be
damaged.
• Before putting on headphones, always
adjust the volume setting at the lowest
level to avoid possible hearing damage.
CONTENTS
Section 1: Unpacking DVDM-800 . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Section 2: Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Section 3: Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Warning: The driver should never operate
DVDM-800—either by remote control or by using the
buttons on the unit—while the vehicle is in motion. Do
not let passengers unfasten seatbelts to operate the unit.
Only passengers should use the remote control during
vehicle operation. Failure to do so may result in an accident and personal injury, death, and/or property damage
to your DVDM-800 and/or to your vehicle.
Section 4: Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Section 5: OSD Commands and Settings . . . . . 7
Section 6: Other Features and
Parental Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Section 7: Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Warning: To reduce the risk of fire or shock hazard,
do not expose DVDM-800 to rain or moisture.
Warning: 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 cover. Refer servicing to qualified
service technician.
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Section 8: Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
SECTION 1: UNPACKING DVDM-800
Here’s what you should find in the DVDM-800 box:
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2
1
3
Two sets of wireless
headphones (requires 2 AAA
batteries, included)
5
Power cable
Remote control (requires
2 AAA batteries, included)
6
A/V cable
A/V connection box
DVDM-800 unit with
DVD player and 8"
LCD monitor
MV10002-11B1 (Gray, 1-year warranty)
MV10015-11B1 (Neutral, 1-year warranty)
MV10017-11B1 (Gray, 3-year warranty)
MV10016-11B1 (Neutral, 3-year warranty)
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Wireless FM transmitter
(factory installed)
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User Manual and
Installation Guide
9
10
Galvanized steel
mounting bracket
Screws and
spacers
Note: Installation materials sold separately include a shroud for a professional fit. Delphi highly recommends that you contact a professional to
ensure proper installation. To locate a professional installer in your area, contact your retailer.
It is your sole responsibility that installation is completed properly and will not result in personal injury, death, and/or damage to your
DVDM-800 and/or to your vehicle.
SECTION 2: FEATURES
Disk slot
Power
Turns DVDM-800 on or off.
Front infrared screen
Transmits audio to infrared (wireless)
headphones and receives infrared
signals from the remote control.
Dome light
LCD panel release
Releases the LCD panel.
Air intake vents
Adjuster knob
Adjusts the angle of the screen panel.
Light sensor
Slot indicator
A green backlit LED indicates disc
slot location so users can see where
to insert a disc. The LED is off when
there is a disc in the player.
Eject
Stops play. Press again to eject
disc. Button is backlit orange
when power is on. Eject functions
even when unit is off.
EJECT
Dome light
Dome light switch button
Turns the dome lights on, or sets
them to turn on automatically
when the vehicle’s interior
lighting is activated.
Reset pin hole
Screen power switch
Turns screen off when panel is
closed. (Audio continues to function.)
Thin film transistor video monitor
Control buttons
(See Section 3.)
A/V 3 inputs
Rear infrared screen
For remote control
operation only.
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SECTION 3: CONTROLS
LCD PANEL
Forward
Reverse
Pause/play
Volume down
A/V
Volume up
Menu
Display
DSPL
Displays an on-screen display (OSD) menu for control of disc, monitor, FM
transmitter, IR transmitter, and A/V source functions. When in “Display”
mode, press again to return to normal play.
• When playing video or audio discs, these buttons increase or decrease the
volume level.
• When in “Display” mode after pushing DSP
, these work as navigational
tools to move up and down menu options.
• When playing video or audio discs, pressing this button once returns to
the beginning of the current chapter or track, and pressing it again returns
to previous chapters or tracks.
• When in “Display” mode after pushing DSP
, this button works as a
navigational tool to move left in menu options.
• Holding the button down during play enters reverse play mode. Continue
pressing to go 2X, 4X, 8X, and 15X the normal speed. Pressing at 15X
returns to normal speed.
• After pressing
to pause play, press
to reverse one frame. For slow
motion reverse play, hold the button down to go 50% and 75% normal
speed. Press
to resume normal play.
• When playing video or audio discs, pressing this button advances to the
next chapter or track.
• When in “Display” mode after pushing DSP
, this button works as a
navigational tool to move right in menu options.
• Holding the button down during play enters fast forward mode. Continue
pressing to go 2X, 4X, 8X, and 15X the normal speed. Pressing at 15X
returns to normal speed.
• After pressing
to pause play, press
to advance one frame. For slow
motion play, hold the button down to go 5%, 8%, 12%, 20%, 40%, and 70%
normal speed. Press
to resume normal play.
• When playing video or audio discs, pressing this button initiates play.
Press once to pause play. Press again to resume play.
• When in “Display” mode after pushing DSP
, this button functions as an
“Enter” button to select options.
Selects A/V 1, A/V 2, A/V 3, or DVD player inputs, i.e. if a video game is
plugged into the A/V 2 ports, the A/V 2 option must be selected.
Displays the disc’s main menu. Press again to resume play.
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REMOTE CONTROL
• When playing video or audio discs,
pressing this button advances to the
next chapter or track.
• Holding the button down during play
enters fast forward mode. Continue
pressing to go 2X, 4X, 8X, and 15X the
normal speed. Pressing at 15X returns
to normal speed.
• After pressing
to pause play,
press
to advance one frame.
For slow motion play, hold the button
down to go 5%, 8%, 12%, 20%, 40%,
and 70% normal speed. Press
to
resume normal play.
Light sensor
Power
POWER
Number keys
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
A /V
A/V
Eject
EJECT
Volume
Next/forward
VOL
Previous/reverse
Pause/play
Stop
Menu
MENU
Mute
MUTE
DSPL
CH
Stops play.
Return
RET
Initiates play. Press once to pause play.
Press again to resume play.
Right
ENTER
M
R
O
E
P
ZO
Display
Channel up
Enter
Left
Zoom
Subtitle
Overhead
Headrest 1
CH
SU
B
D
AU
AUX
OH
HR1
HR2
Channel down
Repeat
Audio
Auxiliary
Headrest 2
Displays the disc’s main menu. Press
again to resume play.
DSPL
Displays on-screen display (OSD) menu
for control of disc, monitor, FM transmitter,
IR transmitter, and A/V source functions.
When in “Display” mode, press again to
return to normal play.
POWER
Turns DVDM-800 on or off.
Mutes all audio. Press again to return
audio.
EJECT
Stops play and ejects disc.
Returns to main menu of a video CD.
MUTE
1
Number keys are used to enter setup,
program, track, and numerical options.
Increases or decreases volume.
ENTER
Use to navigate menu options.
Note: Pressing the
button moves the cursor to
the top of a list of menu options, pressing the
button moves the cursor to the bottom of the list.
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VOL
M
O
Zooms picture in/out when playing a
video disc. When zooming in, use the
navigation buttons on the remote to
move the picture.
B
Displays subtitles (and language), when
available.
D
AU
Selects audio language, when available.
EP
SU
R
• When playing video or audio discs,
pressing this button once returns to
the beginning of the current chapter or
track, and pressing it again returns to
previous chapters or tracks.
• Holding the button down during play
enters reverse play mode. Continue
pressing to go 2X, 4X, 8X, and 15X the
normal speed. Pressing at 15X returns
to normal speed.
• After pressing
to pause play,
press
to reverse one frame.
For slow motion reverse play, hold
the button down to go 50% and 75%
normal speed. Press
to resume
normal play.
ZO
Selects A/V 1, A/V 2, A/V 3, or DVD player
inputs, i.e. if a video game is plugged
into the A/V 2 ports, the A/V 2 option
must be selected.
Selects a highlighted option.
OH
HR1
HR2
AUX
Enters “Repeat” mode.
This button must be pressed to operate
overhead video display.
Sets the remote to operate video unit
installed in a headrest. (Future application.)
Sets the remote to operate video unit
installed in a headrest. (Future application.)
Sets the remote to operate video game
system, camcorder, or other A/V devices
that are connected through an A/V
input. (Future application.)
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SECTION 4: GETTING STARTED
There are four ways to turn on DVDM-800:
• Press the
button on the unit.
• Press the POWER button on the remote
control.
• Lower the screen panel by pressing the release
button.
• Insert a disc.
PLAYING A DISC
1. Insert a disc (label side facing up) in the
unit’s slot.
Caution: If DVDM-800 is in A/V mode, it will not accept a
disc. Do not force the disc into the slot as this could
damage DVDM-800.
2. DVDM-800 automatically detects whether you
have inserted a DVD, audio CD, a video CD,
or a disc containing MP3 files and displays
the disc’s main menu. Using the navigation
buttons on the screen panel or remote as
described in Section 3, select an option.
Note: When playing audio over the vehicle’s audio system,
make sure vehicle radio channel selection matches wireless
FM transmitter settings. See page 9.
OPERATING THE REMOTE CONTROL
DVDM-800 incorporates infrared sensors that
relay signals from the remote control, allowing
the unit to be controlled simply by pointing the
remote control at the front or rear infrared screen.
Keep dust clear of the infrared screen, as dust
may affect the efficiency of the remote control.
Note: Two AAA batteries must be installed for remote to
operate.
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OPERATING HEADPHONES
Your DVDM-800 includes a built-in infrared
transmitter for use with Delphi wireless headphones. The headphones operate on a frequency
from 2.3 Mhz to 2.8 Mhz. Adjust the volume
using the volume control on the headphone.
The wireless headphones must be used within a
line of sight from the infrared transmitter.
Note: Two AAA batteries must be installed in each set of
headphones for operation.
OPERATING THE DOME LIGHTS
The dome lights are integrated into DVDM-800
and are controlled by a two-step button. Press
the button once to turn on the lights. Press again
to set them to operate with the rest of the
vehicle’s interior lighting system.
Caution: Do not leave the vehicle unattended with the
dome light switch in the on position, as this could result in
a discharged battery.
ADJUSTING THE SCREEN PANEL
ANGLE
Turn the knob to adjust the viewing angle of the
screen. DVDM-800 has a mechanical memory
and will automatically return to your setting
when you lower the panel again.
SELECTING TRACK
SECTION 5: OSD COMMANDS
AND SETTINGS
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
An on-screen display (OSD) directs you through
various setup and adjustments such as picture
shape and quality, as well as FM transmitter, IR
transmitter, and A/V source settings.
All menu options may be selected using
either the navigation buttons on the screen
panel or remote as described in Section 3.
When using the screen panel, select the highlighted option by pressing
. When using
the remote, select the highlighted option by
pressing
.
2. Select “Track.” Use the navigation buttons
to highlight the desired chapter or track
number. Select “OK” to play that track or
chapter.
SELECTING CAMERA ANGLE
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
ENTER
To reach the main OSD menu, press
on
the remote control or DSon the screen panel.
DSPL
Pressing
or DSagain at any time returns
to normal play mode. Using the navigation
buttons to select “Exit” returns to the
previous menu screen.
2. Select “Angle.” Use the navigation buttons
to cycle through different camera angles,
which will vary by disc. (Video only—not all
discs support this feature.)
DSPL
Note: Not all of the following features are available for all
types of media. An invalid symbol appears on the screen
when you press a button that does not have any function
with the type of media being played.
USING SUBTITLES
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “Subtitles.” Use the navigation
buttons to cycle through the options and
select the language desired. Availability and
options will vary by disc.
USING TITLE SCREEN
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “Title.” The disc’s main menu is
displayed. Press
or DSagain to clear the
OSD menu off the screen, and then use the
navigation buttons to navigate the disc’s
main menu normally.
DSPL
SELECTING ZOOM LEVEL
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “Zoom.” The picture will enlarge 1.5
times normal size. Select “Zoom” again to
return to normal size. When in “Zoom”
mode, press
or DSto clear the OSD
menu off the screen, and use the navigation
buttons to move the picture.
DSPL
SELECTING AUDIO OPTIONS
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “Audio.” Use the navigation buttons to
cycle through the options, which will vary by
disc, and may include options such as stereo,
mono, different language pronunciation,
Dolby®, and more.
Dolby is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
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USING REPEAT
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “Repeat.” Continue pressing
on the
screen panel or
on the remote to cycle
through the options.
• On a DVD, these options include “Repeat
Disc,” “Repeat Title,” “Repeat Chapter,”
or “Repeat Off.”
• On an audio CD, MP3, or video CD, these
options include “Repeat Disc,” “Repeat
Track,” or “Repeat Off.”
ENTER
• Subtitle: Change subtitle language by
selecting this option. Availability and
options will vary by disc.
• Angle: Change the camera angle by selecting
this option and using the remote’s number
keys to enter a valid angle number.
Availability and options will vary by disc.
• Time: Use this function to restart play at a
specified point. Use the remote’s number
keys to enter the desired starting time and
press
to begin play from that point.
• Marker: Up to five markers can be programmed, which when selected will begin
play from that point. After selecting this
option, use the
buttons to highlight
“Marker 1,” “Marker 2,” “Marker 3,”
“Marker 4,” or “Marker 5.” Pressing
will
program a marker at that point. After a marker
has been programmed, select it using the
buttons, and press
to begin play from
that point. Clear all markers by selecting
“Clear All Markers.”
• Repeat Mode: Enter “Repeat” mode by
selecting this option. Use the
buttons to
select “Disc” to repeat the entire disc,
“Title” to repeat the current title, or
“Chapter” (or “Track”) to repeat the current
chapter or track. When “Repeat” mode is
enabled, “Off” appears as an option in the
menu; select it to disable “Repeat.” The
default setting for “Repeat” is off.
• Time Display: Change the time display settings
with this option. DVDM-800 can display the
time as “Total,” “Total Elapsed,” “Total
Remain,” “Single Elapsed,” “Single Remain,”
or “Single.” Highlight your preference and
press
.
• Listening Mode: Change the listening mode
settings with this option. DVDM-800 can
transmit audio in several different modes,
which will vary depending on the type of
disc being played.
• Play Mode: DVDM-800 can play tracks in
normal order, shuffled, or just the first 10
seconds of each. Select “Play Mode,” then
use the
buttons to choose between
“Normal,” “Shuffle,” or “Intro.”
• Play List: You can program DVDM-800 to
play only tracks selected to a play list. To
create or edit a play list:
– Select “Play List.”
– Use the
buttons to highlight “Edit Play
List” and press
.
– Using the
buttons, highlight the tracks
you want included in the list, and press
. You may add as many tracks as you
wish to your play list. When finished, press
to return to the “Play List” menu.
ENTER
CH
USING A TO B
ENTER
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Selecting “A to B” sets point “A” of a
continuous loop play. Pressing again sets
point “B.” DVDM-800 will continue to play
the selected section between these two
points until “A to B” is selected again,
turning the feature off.
USING STATUS MENU
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
Note: When a disc is stopped, or there is no disc in
DVDM-800, selecting “Status” will bring up the unit’s
main menu. See Section 6 for more information.
2. When a disc is being played, a number of
functions (which will vary depending on the
type of disc) can be controlled from the
“Status” menu. Use the
buttons to choose
an option.
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• Chapter/Track: Change the chapter or track
being played by selecting this option and
using the remote’s number keys to enter a
valid chapter or track number.
• Title: Change the title being played (if more
than one is available) by selecting this
option and using the remote’s number keys
to enter a valid title number.
• Audio: Change audio language settings by
selecting this option. Availability and
options displayed will vary by disc.
CH
ENTER
CH
ENTER
CH
CH
DSPL
CH
ENTER
DSPL
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To add all tracks to the play list, use the
buttons to highlight “Add All Tracks to Play
List” and press
to disable or enable the
play list.
• MP3 Disc Scan: Scan the disc for MP3 files by
selecting this option.
CH
ENTER
1. From the main OSD menu, select “Monitor.”
2. Select “Button Backlight.”
3. Select “1,” “2,” “3,” or “4” to change
brightness level. To turn off the backlighting
feature, select “Off.”
USING RND/INT (RANDOM/INTRO)
CHANGING FM TRANSMITTER
SETTINGS
1. From the main OSD menu, select
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD.”
2. Select “RND/INT.” Continue to press
to
cycle through three options:
• “Shuffle” to play all tracks or files in a
random order.
• “Intro” to play the first 10 seconds of
each track or file on the disc.
• “Normal” to play tracks or files in
sequential order.
ENTER
CHANGING SCREEN MODE
1. From the main OSD menu, select “Monitor.”
2. Select “Screen Mode.” Using the navigation
buttons, select the desired screen size: “Full,”
“Wide,” or “Normal.”
The wireless FM transmitter can be used to
transmit audio from DVDM-800 to your vehicle
radio.
1. From the main OSD menu, select “FM
Transmitter.”
2. To change the transmitter frequency, select
“Frequency” and use the
buttons to
cycle through the frequency options ranging
from 88.1 FM to 97.9 FM. Set your vehicle
radio to the same frequency to receive audio.
3. To turn the FM transmitter off, select
“Transmitter,” and use the
buttons to
select “Off.”
Note: When the FM transmitter is on, broadcast reception of
other channels through your vehicle radio may be poor.
Turning off the FM transmitter will restore normal operation.
CHANGING PICTURE MODE
1. From the main OSD menu, select “Monitor,”
then select “Picture Mode.”
2. Select “Bright,” “Contrast,” “Color,” or
“Tint.” Using the
buttons, adjust the
settings. A bar graph displays the current
settings.
3. DVDM-800 features a light sensor that allows
the screen to automatically dim the screen
when in a darker environment. There are four
stages of screen backlight brightness based
on ambient light strength. To turn this feature
off, select “Dimmer,” then use the
buttons to select “Auto” or “Off.”
CHANGING IR TRANSMITTER
SETTINGS
DVDM-800 is programmed to transmit infrared
signals to wireless headphones. To turn this
capability off, from the main OSD menu, select
“IR Transmitter.” Select “Transmitter” and use
the
buttons to select “On” or “Off.”
CHANGING A/V SOURCE
DVDM-800 is equipped to connect other A/V
sources, such as a video cassette player or video
game system. To select the source of A/V input,
from the main OSD menu, select “A/V Source.”
Using the
buttons, select either “DVD,”
“AV1,” “AV2,” or “AV3.”
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4. To reset picture settings to their factory
default setting, select “Default.”
CHANGING BUTTON BACKLIGHT LEVEL
Note: This function can also be accomplished by using the
A/V button on the screen panel or the remote.
Buttons on DVDM-800’s screen panel are backlit
in orange, and the brightness level can be
changed.
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SECTION 6: OTHER FEATURES AND
PARENTAL CONTROLS
When disc play is stopped, or there is no disc
inserted, selecting “Status” mode from the
“DVD/VCD/MP3/CD” menu brings up a menu
allowing you to change language, audio, display,
disc, and parental settings. Press
to exit a
screen.
CHANGING LANGUAGE SETTINGS
1. Select “Language.”
2. Select “Player Menus,” “Disc Menus,” “Disc
Audio,” or “Disc Subtitle.” Use the
buttons to scroll through the list of available
languages and select your preference.
DVDM-800 can display settings in English,
French, German, Spanish, Turkish, Japanese,
Italian, or Portuguese.
CH
CHANGING AUDIO SETTINGS
1. Select “Audio.”
2. DVDM-800 allows you to change a variety of
audio settings, including:
• Speaker setup: Change settings for front
speakers (“Large” or “Small”), center
speaker (“On” or “Off”), surround speakers
(“On” or “Off”), subwoofer (“On” or “Off”),
or speaker distance (front left .5 m to 10 m,
front right .5 m to 10 m, or reset to
defaults).
• Digital audio out: Dolby Digital
• Surround format: Dolby Digital
• Dynamic range: Select “Maximum” or
“Compressed.”
• Downmix mode: Select “Stereo Normal”
or “Dolby Surround.”
• Downsampling: Select “48 kHz Compatible”
or “True 96 kHz.”
• Pro Logic® mode: Select “Automatic”
or “All.”
CHANGING DISPLAY SETTINGS
1. Select “Display.”
2. DVDM-800 allows you to change a variety of
display settings, including:
• Preferred video standard: Select “Content
Specific,” “NTSC,” or “PAL.”
• TV aspect: Select “16:9 Widescreen”
(recommended), “4:3 Letterbox,” or
“4:3 Pan & Scan.”
• On-screen info: Select “On” or “Off.”
• Component out: Select “RGB” or “YUV.”
• Scart output: Select “Disable,”
“Composite,” “S-video,” or “RGB.”
• Panel display: Select “Dim,” “Bright,” or
“Dim for Playback.”
• Power saving: “Never.”
CHANGING DISC SETTINGS
1. Select “Disc.”
2. DVDM-800 allows you to change certain disc
play settings, including:
• Autoplay: Select “On” or “Off.”
• PBC: Select “On” or “Off.”
CHANGING PARENTAL SETTINGS
1. Select “Parental.”
2. DVDM-800 allows you to change certain
parental control features, including:
• Country: Set to “USA.”
• Parental: Set parental control level to “Off”
or level “G,” “PG,” “PG13,” “R,” or
“NC17.”
• Password: You can limit access to DVDM800 by entering a 4-digit password using
the number keys on the remote.
CHANGING BACK TO DEFAULT
SETTINGS
1. Press
, followed by “1,” “2,” “3,” and
“4” on the remote control to enter the reset
screen.
2. Press
3. Press
Pro Logic is a registered trademark of Dolby Laboratories.
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ENTER
to return to default settings.
to exit reset screen.
SECTION 7: TROUBLESHOOTING
Your DVDM-800 is designed and built to provide you with trouble-free performance.
If it does not appear to be functioning properly, please follow these troubleshooting guidelines.
Poor in-vehicle radio reception:
1. Check the condition of the vehicle’s radio antenna.
2. Verify that the antenna is fully raised.
3. If a wireless FM transmitter has been installed,
make sure FM transmitter is off. Use the
status menu in the OSD to turn it off.
Infrared sensor inoperative:
1. Verify that the batteries in the remote are fresh. If
not, replace batteries.
2. Verify that the remote sensor screen is not
obstructed.
3. Verify that the infrared transmitter is in line of
sight with the sensor screen of the unit.
Can’t advance or reverse scan:
You can’t advance through the opening credits and
warning information that appears at the beginning of
movies because the disc is programmed to prohibit
that function.
The “X” icon appears on screen:
Check your disc. The feature or action cannot be completed at this time because:
1. The disc’s software restricts it.
2. The disc’s software doesn’t support the feature.
3. The feature is not available at the moment.
4. You’ve requested a title or chapter number that is
out of range.
Disc won’t play:
1. Verify that disc is inserted with label side up.
2. Check the type of disc. This unit only plays DVDs,
audio CDs, MP3s, and video CDs.
3. Both the unit and the disc are coded by region. If
the regional codes don’t match, the disc can’t be
played. This DVD player is region one.
Picture is distorted:
1. Check the disc for damage. Try another disc.
2. It is normal for some distortion to appear during
forward or reverse scan.
Play starts, but then stops immediately:
1. Clean the disc if dirty.
2. Allow player to dry out if condensation has
formed.
Unit locked:
1. Using a small pin, reset the unit through the reset
pin hole (see page 3).
2. Press and hold
on the unit or the POWER
button on the remote control for more than three
seconds. The screen will become dark, then flash
once. Release the button. The unit can be powered
on by pressing the
or POWER button after the
three-second initialization period.
No sound or distorted sound:
1. If you are using infrared headphones, make sure
you turn on the infrared power.
2. Make sure the FM transmitter is on and the proper
frequency has been selected for the vehicle radio.
3. Make sure your audio selection is correct.
Caution: Take care to prevent your DVDM-800 from
overheating. If your unit begins to overheat, an automatic
shutdown will be prompted, and the following message
will appear on your screen:
“Your system has been automatically shut down to
prevent overheating and damage to internal components.
Please do not operate the system for 30 minutes to allow
for cooling, then power on the system again.”
Dome light does not work:
Change the bulb.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12.88" x 2.32" x 10.94"
(327.2 mm x 59 mm x 278 mm)
Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1440 x 234
Pixels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 336,960
Operation temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -10°C to 60°C
Storage temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20°C to 70°C
CONTACTING TECHNICAL SERVICE
SUPPORT
For additional information in solving problems
with your DVDM-800, contact Delphi at
1.877.667.8700 Monday—Friday 8:00 a.m.—
4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard time, or visit
www.delphi.com.
Backlight life
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10,000 hours
Video display system . . . . . . . . . . . . . NTSC/PAL/AUTO
Headphone audio output . . . . . . . . . 0.03W at 16 ohms
Low-level audio
output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 620 mvp-p, 1kHz at –15dB
Video output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0Vp-p at 75 ohms
Power source . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12V DC
Dome light bulb . . . . . . . . . . . 12V 5W (31 mm x 8 mm)
11
SECTION 8: WARRANTY
Delphi Product & Service Solutions (“Delphi”) warrants all Delphi
Mobile Video products sold by Delphi (“Products”) to be free of defects
in material and workmanship, subject to the following conditions.
HOW STATE LAW RELATES TO THE
WARRANTY
No other express warranties are made with respect to any Product.
All implied warranties, including warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose are limited to the warranty period set
forth above. This warranty is not transferable and applies only to the
original consumer purchaser of the Product.
Some states do not allow limitations on how
long implied warranties last, or the exclusion
or the limitation of incidental or consequential
damages. So the above limitations may not
apply to you. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights. You may also have other rights
that may vary from state to state.
Delphi will, as its sole obligation under this warranty, replace or repair,
at its option, any Product that does not conform to this warranty. Under
no circumstances will Delphi be liable for any incidental or consequential damages under this warranty or any implied warranties.
NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED BY DELPHI TO
MODIFY OR ADD TO THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
The duration of Delphi’s warranty with respect to Product is limited to
one (1) year from the date of sale to the original consumer purchaser.
Delphi will not be responsible for damage resulting from (i) any deviation
from Delphi’s operating instructions as printed in Delphi’s catalog or
on any packaging, labels, or other literature provided with a Product,
(ii) installation of a Product in a manner which is inconsistent with
Delphi’s written instructions, (iii) alteration or modification of a
Product, (iv) misuse, (v) neglect, (vi) abuse, (vii) accident, (viii) normal
wear and tear, (ix) commercial use, (x) service by anyone other than a
Delphi authorized repair facility, or (xi) other improper application,
installation, or operation of the Product.
HOW YOU (THE CUSTOMER)
CAN GET SERVICE
To obtain warranty service after installation, you
must return the defective Product with the original
receipt to the original place of installation. For
technical support or if you have questions, call
Delphi at 1.877.667.8700.
If warranty service is needed at any time during
the warranty period, the purchaser will be
required to furnish a sales receipt/proof of
purchase indicating the date of purchase,
amount paid, and place of purchase. Customers
who fail to provide such proof of purchase will
be charged for the repair of any Product.
FCC STATEMENT
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a normal
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more
of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver
• Connect the equipment into an output on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected
• Consult the dealer or an experienced electronics
technician for help
• A shielded cable must be used when connecting
a peripheral to the serial ports
Warning: Modifications not expressly approved by
the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment under FCC rules.
www.delphi.com
©2004 Delphi Corporation. All rights reserved.
DPSS-04-E-026
Delphi Corporation
1441 West Long Lake Road
Troy, Michigan 48098-5090 U.S.A.
Customer Service: [1] 877.GO DELPHI
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