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Denon DVM-4800 Operating instructions
DVM-4800
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
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FRANCAIS
IMPORTANT TO SAFETY
WARNING:
TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE
THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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NOTE:
This DVD video player uses the semiconductor laser. To allow you to enjoy
music at a stable operation, it is recommended to use this in a room of 5°C
(41°F) — 35°C (95°F).
CAUTION:
USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR REFORMANCE OF
PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY
RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
CAUTION:
1. Handle the power supply cord carefully
Do not damage or deform the power supply cord. If it is damaged or
deformed, it may cause electric shock or malfunction when used.
When removing from wall outlet, be sure to remove by holding the
plug attachment and not by pulling the cord.
2. Do not open the top cover
In order to prevent electric shock, do not open the top cover.
If problems occur, contact your DENON DEALER.
3. Do not place anything inside
Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the DVD video player.
Electric shock or malfunction may result.
THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR
REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE
PERSONNEL.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Please, record and retain the Model name and serial number of your set
shown on the rating label.
Model No. DVM-4800
Serial No.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
PESONNEL.
• FOR U.S.A. MODEL ONLY
CAUTION
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED)
PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER
OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO
PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol, within
an equilateral triangle, is intended to alert the user
to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous
voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may
be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of
electric shock to persons.
The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle
is intended to alert the user to the presence of
important operating and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions
should be read before the product is operated.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions
should be retained for future reference.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the
operating instructions should be adhered to.
Follow Instructions – All operating and use instructions should
be followed.
Cleaning – Unplug this product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Attachments – Do not use attachments not recommended by
the product manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
Water and Moisture – Do not use this product near water – for
example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry
tub; in a wet basement; or near a swimming pool; and the like.
Accessories – Do not place this product on an unstable cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table. The product may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the
product. Use only with a cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table
recommended by the manufacturer, or sold with the product.
Any mounting of the product should follow the manufacturer’s
instructions, and should use a
mounting accessory
recommended by the
manufacturer.
A product and cart
combination should be
moved with care. Quick
stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may
cause the product and cart
combination to overturn.
Ventilation – Slots and openings in the cabinet are provided for
ventilation and to ensure reliable operation of the product and
to protect it from overheating, and these openings must not be
blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by
placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar
surface. This product should not be placed in a built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions have
been adhered to.
Power Sources – This product should be operated only from
the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If
you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home,
consult your product dealer or local power company. For
products intended to operate from battery power, or other
sources, refer to the operating instructions.
Grounding or Polarization – This product may be equipped with
a polarized alternating-current line plug (a plug having one
blade wider than the other). This plug will fit into the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you are unable
to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If
the plug should still fail to fit, contact your electrician to replace
your obsolete outlet. Do not defeat the safety purpose of the
polarized plug.
FIGURE A
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA GROUNDING
AS PER NATIONAL
ELECTRICAL CODE
ANTENNA
LEAD IN
WIRE
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GROUND
CLAMP
ANTENNA
DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
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GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250, PART H)
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
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Power-Cord Protection – Power-supply cords should be routed
so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to
cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where
they exit from the product.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna or cable
system is connected to the product, be sure the antenna or
cable system is grounded so as to provide some protection
against voltage surges and built-up static charges. Article 810
of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regard to proper grounding of the mast and
supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location
of antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding electrodes,
and requirements for the grounding electrode. See Figure A.
Lightning – For added protection for this product during a
lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for
long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and
disconnect the antenna or cable system. This will prevent
damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges.
Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be
located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electric
light or power circuits, or where it can fall into such power
lines or circuits. When installing an outside antenna system,
extreme care should be taken to keep from touching such
power lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
integral convenience receptacles as this can result in a risk of
fire or electric shock.
Object and Liquid Entry – Never push objects of any kind into
this product through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or
electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself
as opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to
qualified service personnel.
Damage Requiring Service – Unplug this product from the
wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
a) When the power-supply cord or plug is damaged,
b) If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen into the
product,
c) If the product has been exposed to rain or water,
d) If the product does not operate normally by following the
operating instructions. Adjust only those controls that are
covered by the operating instructions as an improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified technician to
restore the product to its normal operation,
e) If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way,
and
f) When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance
– this indicates a need for service.
Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required, be
sure the service technician has used replacement parts
specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics
as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in
fire, electric shock, or other hazards.
Safety Check – Upon completion of any service or repairs to
this product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is in proper operating
condition.
Wall or Ceiling Mounting – The product should be mounted to
a wall or ceiling only as recommended by the manufacturer.
Heat – The product should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other products
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
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NOTE ON USE
• Do not let foreign objects in the set.
• Keep the set free from moisture, water,
and dust.
• Avoid high temperatures.
Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when
installed on a rack.
• Unplug the power cord when not using the
set for long periods of time.
• Do not let insecticides, benzene, and
thinner come in contact with the set.
• Handle the power cord carefully.
Hold the plug when unplugging the cord.
* (For sets with ventilation holes)
• Never disassemble or modify the set in any
way.
• Do not obstruct the ventilation holes.
CAUTION:
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At the bottom of the player there is shipping screw for use when the player is transported.
Before using the player, turn the shipping screw (located under the player) counterclockwise and
remove it.
The player cannot start playing unless this screw is removed.
Keep this screw for future use.
When the player is going to be transported, remove the discs and close the disc tray. Turn off the power
after “000 00 00” is displayed, then unplug the power cable from the outlet. Insert the shipping screw
and turn clockwise. Tighten until secure.
Keep the screw for future use.
Copyrights
2 It is prohibited by law to reproduce, broadcast, rent or play discs in public without the consent of the copyright holder.
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Features ……………………………………………………………6, 7
Discs …………………………………………………………………8
Cautions on Handling Discs ………………………………………9
Connections ……………………………………………………10~15
Part Names and Functions ……………………………………16, 17
Remote Control Unit …………………………………………18, 19
Loading Discs …………………………………………………20, 21
Playback ………………………………………………………22~28
Using the GUI Screens ………………………………………29~32
Marking Scenes You Want to See Again……………………33, 34
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Playing Repeatedly ……………………………………………34, 36
Playing Tracks in the Desired Order …………………………37, 38
Playing the Tracks in Random Order ……………………………39
Using the Multiple Audio, Subtitle
and Angle Functions …………………………………………39~43
Using the Menus ………………………………………………44, 45
Changing the Default Settings ………………………………46~56
Troubleshooting ……………………………………………………57
Main Specifications ………………………………………………58
• ACCESSORIES
Please check to make sure the following items are included with the main unit in the carton:
q Video/Audio cord …………………………………………………1
w Remote control unit (RC-548) ……………………………………1
e Batteries (“AAA” (R03)) …………………………………………2
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1 FEATURES
The DVM-4800 is DENON’s top grade DVD Audio/video auto
changer equipped with the latest in digital technology. This
includes AL 24 Plus Processing, a newly developed analog
waveform reproduction technology with sights on next
generation media, as well as a multi 24-bit D/A converter with
96 kHz sampling compatibility taking maximum advantage of
the high quality offered by AL 24 Plus Processing.
1. Newly developed AL 24 Plus Processing
(1) AL 24 Plus Processing, an advanced version of
conventional APLHA Processing, is a newly developed
analog waveform reproduction technology and offers
compatibility with the high number of bits and high
sampling rates of next generation media. AL 24 Plus
Processing compensates the input digital data to
reproduce the sound with analog waveforms as close
as possible to those existing in nature and with 24-bit
quality. The result is increased musical reproduction
capabilities of reverberations, etc., at low levels, for a
sound that seems to draw you into the concert hall.
(2) AL 24 Plus Processing of course carries over Adaptive
Line Pattern Harmonized Algorithm & Automatic Low
Pass Filter Harmonic Adjustment, the strong points of
conventional ALPHA Processing. On the DVM-4800
these filters have been dramatically improved, resulting
in a filtered band attenuation of over –115 dB and ripple
within the passing band of ±0.00002 dB, a figure
comparable to that of professional recorders.
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2. High precision multi 24-bit D/A converter
(1) The DVM-4800 is equipped with a multi 24-bit D/A
converter for faithful D/A conversion of the high quality
24-bit data achieved through AL 24 Plus Processing.
This further enhances such aspects of audio
performance as the S/N ratio, dynamic range and
distortion and makes full use of the possibilities for high
quality sound provided by a high number of bits and
high sampling rates.
(2) The multi 24-bit D/A converter is little affected by noise
resulting from fluctuations in the power supply voltage
and current and the quantization distortion level within
the band is constant regardless of the frequency,
resulting in clear sound with little noise.
3.
High picture quality
The DVM-4800 is equipped with a 54 MHz/12-bit video
D/A converter and is compatible with progressive image
playback (switched). It recreates progressive images
with high density and little flickering.
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4.
Dolby Digital decoder (NOTE 1)
Dolby Digital, a digital discrete system in which the
different channels are completely independent, recreates
“three-dimensional” sound fields (sounds with a sense
of distance, movement and position) with no crosstalk
between channels for greater reality. In addition, the 5
channels (excluding the 0.1 channel for low frequency
effects) have a playback range extending to 20 kHz, the
same as the range of CDs, thus resulting in clearer, more
richly expressive sound.
5.
®, HDCD ® (High Definition Compatible
®
Digital ) decoder (NOTE 2)
HDCD is an encoding/decoding technology that greatly
reduces the distortion occurring at the time of digital
recording while maintaining compatibility with the
conventional CD format. HDCD allows 24-bit data to be
converted into the 16-bit data of current CDs with no loss
in sound quality.
The use of this HDCD decoder makes it possible to achieve
the high resolution and low distortion characteristic of HDCD
when playing HDCD-compatible discs and DENON’s digital
technology optimizes the high sound quality possibilities
of HDCD technology. Furthermore, normal CDs, DVDs
and HDCD-compatible CDs are automatically identified
and the optimum digital signal processing for that type of
disc is used.
6.
DTS (Digital Theater Systems) decoder (NOTE 3)
DTS provides up to 5.1 channels of wide-range, high fidelity
surround sound.
7.
Advanced Virtual Surround Sound (V.S.S.) function
Even when just two front speakers are being used, the
user can simply press the V.S.S. (Virtual Surround Sound)
button during playback of a Dolby Digital DVD (2 channel
and above) to provide a rear surround effect. (This does
not work with DVD Karaoke discs. In addition, this effect
may differ depending on the kind of DVD used.)
8.
Increasing your enjoyment of picture
An array of picture quality modes yielded by digital
processing
Signal deterioration is kept to the minimum by
processing the data as digital data.
This feature can be used as the picture quality setting
individually tailored for DVD playback.
• Digital Picture Mode
Using the On-Screen Menu Icons enables the cinema
mode, which is best for the playback of movie
programs, to be selected.
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In addition, the picture quality best suited to the type
of software programs concerned can be selected. In
all, four picture quality modes are provided: normal,
soft, fine and cinema.
• User mode
Using the On-Screen Menu Icons, the contrast, color
hue, equalizer and brightness can be adjusted to suit
your own preference.
• Monitor selector
Once the type of TV used [Standard (Direct View TV),
CRT Projector, LCD Projector, Projection TV] has been
selected when the initial setting operations are
performed, the optimum picture quality for the type of
TV concerned will be automatically selected.
9. Many convenient functions
(1) Multiple audio function
Selection of up to 8 audio languages.
(The number of languages offered differs from DVD-V
to DVD-V.)
(2) Multiple subtitle function
Selection of up to 32 subtitle languages.
(The number of languages offered differs from DVD-V
to DVD-V.)
(3) Multiple angle function
The angle of view can be changed.
(For DVD-V on which multiple angles are recorded.)
(4) GUI (Graphical User Interface) function
The on-screen display button on the remote control unit
can be used to display player and disc information on
the TV screen.
(5) Marker function
The positions of up to five scenes can be stored in the
memory, so you can watch your favorite scenes
whenever you want.
(6) Playback disable function
This function can be used to disable playback of DVDs
you do not want children to watch.
NOTES:
1. Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of
Dolby Laboratories. Confidential Unpublished Work.
©1992 – 1997 Dolby Laboratories. All rights reserved.
®, HDCD®, High Definition Compatible Digital®
2.
and Microsoft Corporation™ are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries. HDCD system
manufactured under license from Microsoft Corporation.
This product is covered by one or more of the following:
In the USA: Patents 5,479,168, 5,638,074, 5,640,161,
5,808,574, 5,838,274, 5,854,600, 5,864,311, 5,872,531
and in Australia: Patent 669114, and in Europe: Patent
586586. Other patents pending.
3. Manufactured under license from Digital Theater Systems,
Inc. US Pat. No. 5,451,942, 5,956,674, 5,974,380, 5,978,762
and other world-wide patents issued and pending.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Surround” are registered
trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc. Copyright
1996, 2000 Digital Theater Systems, Inc. All Rights
Reserved.
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2 DISCS
• The types of discs listed on the table below can be used on the
DVM-4800.
The marks are indicated on the disc labels or jackets.
Disc type
Logo
Indication
used in
instructions
Region
number
Video
system
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NTSC
(and PAL,
but audio
only)
DVD-A
NTSC
DVD-V
2 Disc terminology
• Titles and chapters (DVD-V)
DVDs are divided into several large sections called “titles” and
smaller sections called “chapters”.
Numbers are allotted to these sections. These numbers are
called “title numbers” and “chapter numbers”.
For example:
DVD-Audio
DVD-Video
Title 1
Chapter 1
Title 2
Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 1 Chapter 2
1
• Tracks (video and music CDs)
Video and music CDs are divided into sections called “tracks”.
Numbers are allotted to these sections. These numbers are
called “track numbers”.
ALL
1
3
For example:
4
Track 1
Video CD
.
NTSC
Audio CD
.
.
CD
2 The following types of discs cannot be played on the DVM-4800:
2 Discs that cannot be played
PAL discs (the audio on DVD-Audio can be played), DVD-RAM (2.6
GB, TYPE 1), DVD-ROM, DVD-R (some DVD-R can be played),
CD-ROM, CDV, CD-G, +RW, DVD-RW, CDV, SVCD, SACD, Divx
Video Discs and Photo CD.
2 DVDs that can be played
This unit has a Dolby Digital decoder so you can play
DVDs with this mark.
This unit has a DTS decoder so you can play DVDs
with this mark.
MP3 playback
You can use this unit to play MP3 format audio recorded for personal
use with a computer etc. onto CD-R or CD-RW. Play may not be
possible in some cases due to the condition of the recording. Discs
recorded using MP3 differ to CDs in the following ways.
• Structure of the disc (example)
Title
(Album)
Track 3
Track 4
Track 5
• Playback control (video CDs)
Video CDs including the words “playback control” on the disc or
jacket are equipped with a function for displaying menus on the
TV screen for selecting the desired position, displaying
information, etc., in dialog fashion.
In this manual, playing video CDs using such menus is referred
to “menu playback”.
Video CDs with playback control can be used on the DVM-4800.
NOTE:
• This DVD video player is designed and manufactured
to respond to the Region Management Information
that is recorded on a DVD disc.
If the Region number described on the DVD disc
does not correspond to the Region number of this DVD video
player, this DVD video player cannot play this disc.
The Region number for this DVD video player is 1.
1
• On-Screen Menu Icons for disc information during play
Total number of chapters
C
1/ 59
Current chapter
0 : 01
Elapsed play time
(display only, cannot be changed)
Title
(Album)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Chapter (Track)
• Starting play from a selected chapter
Press the numbered buttons and press the ENTER button.
Example: Chapter23: 2 button a 3 button a ENTER button
(Pressing the 10 button is unnecessary. )
• Repeat play: You can use chapter repeat or title repeat.
• Program play, Random play:
You cannot use program play or random play.
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• Not compatible with multi-session recordings
If you record MP3 onto CD-R/CD-RW over a number of sessions,
this unit can play only the recordings made in the first session.
• Recordings will not necessarily be played in the order you recorded
them. The recordings will be reordered according to their titles:
numbers in numerical order first, upper case in alphabetical order
next and lower case in alphabetical order last.
• If you play an MP3 track that includes still picture data, it will take
some time before the music itself starts playing and the elapsed
time will not be displayed during this time. Even after the track
starts, the correct play time will not be displayed.
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3 CAUTIONS ON HANDLING DISCS
Discs
Cautions on Handling Discs
Only the discs including the marks shown on page 8 can be played
on the DVM-4800.
Note, however, that discs with special shapes (heart-shaped discs,
hexagonal discs, etc.) cannot be played on the DVM-4800. Do not
attempt to play such discs, as they may damage the player.
• Do not get fingerprints, grease or dirt on discs.
• Be especially careful not to scratch discs when removing them
from their cases.
• Do not bend discs.
• Do not heat discs.
• Do not enlarge the center hole.
• Do not write on the labeled (printed) side with a ball-point pen or a
pencil.
• Water droplets may form on the surface if the disc is moved
suddenly from a cold place to a warm one. Do not use a hairdryer,
etc., to dry the disc.
Cautions on Storing Discs
Holding Discs
Avoid touching the surface of discs when loading and unloading
them.
Be careful not to get fingerprints on
the signal surface (the side which
shines in rainbow colors).
• Always eject discs after playing them.
• Keep discs in their cases to protect them from dust, scratches and
warping.
• Do not put discs in the following places:
1. Places exposed to direct sunlight for long periods of time
2. Humid or dusty places
3. Places exposed to heat from heaters, etc.
Cautions on Loading Discs
Cleaning Discs
2 Fingerprints or dirt on the disc may lower sound and picture
quality or cause breaks in playback. Wipe off fingerprints or dirt.
2 Use a commercially available disc cleaning set or a soft cloth to
wipe off fingerprints or dirt.
Wipe gently from the middle outwards.
• Only load one disc at a time. Loading one disc on top of another
may result in damage or scratch the discs.
• Load 8 cm discs securely in the disc guide, without using an
adapter. If the disc is not properly loaded, it may slip out of the
guide and block the disc tray.
• Be careful not to let your fingers get caught when the disc tray is
closing.
• Do not place anything but discs in the disc tray.
• Do not load cracked or warped discs or discs that have been fixed
with adhesive, etc.
• Do not use discs on which the adhesive part of cellophane tape or
glue used to attach the label is exposed or discs with traces of
tape or labels that have been peeled off. Such discs may get
stuck inside the player, resulting in damage.
Do not wipe with a circular motion.
NOTE:
• Do not use record spray or antistatic. Also do not use volatile
chemicals such as benzene or thinner.
Record
spray
Thinner
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4 CONNECTIONS
NOTES:
• Read the manuals of all the components when making • Plug the power cord securely into the power outlet. Incomplete
connection may result in noise.
connections.
• Keep the power cord unplugged until all connections have been • Binding the power cord together with connection cords may result
in humming or noise.
completed.
• If the power is on when connections are made, noise may be • Plug in the power cord in the direction in which the sound is most
to your liking.
generated and damage the speakers.
• Be sure to connect the left and right channels properly, L (left) to
L, R (right) to R.
(1) Connecting to an AV TV
• Use the included video/audio cord to connect the TV’s video input connectors and audio input connector to the DVM-4800’s video output
connectors and audio output connector.
DVM-4800
S-Video output connector
The video signals are divided into color (C) and
brightness (Y) signals, achieving a clearer picture.
If the TV is equipped with an S-Video input
connector, we recommend connecting it to the
DVM-4800’s S-Video output connector using a
commercially available S-Video connection cord.
To power outlet
TV
L
R
VIDEO IN
S-VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN
Video equipment you own
Standard
(Direct View TV)
(See pages 10 and 11.)
Conventional TV set (4:3),
Wide-screen TV set (16:9),
Digital TV etc.
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CRT projector
(See pages 10 and 11.)
Cinema-size images can be
enjoyed by projecting from
three light sources onto a
large screen.
LCD projector
(See pages 10 and 11.)
Cinema-size images can be
enjoyed by projecting from
an LCD panel onto a large
screen.
Projection TV
(See pages 10 and 11.)
Powerful images can be
enjoyed with a large rear
screen projector.
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NOTES:
• Connect the DVM-4800’s video outputs to the TV either directly or • Some discs contain copy prohibit signals. If such discs are played
through an AV amplifier. Do not connect it via a VCR (video
via a VCR, the copy prohibit system may cause disturbance in the
cassette recorder).
picture.
(2) Connecting to a TV or Monitor Equipped with Color Component Input Connectors
Color component output connectors (PR/CR, PB/CB and Y)
The red (P R/C R), blue (P B/C B) and brightness (Y) signals are output independently, achieving more faithful
reproduction of the colors.
• The color component input connectors may be marked differently on some TVs or monitors (PR, PB and Y/R-Y, BY and Y/CR, CB and Y, etc.). For details, refer to the TV’s operating instructions.
To enjoy progressive video
1. Connect to the component video (480p) input terminals on a television compatible with this unit’s copy guard
system. Video will not be displayed correctly if you connect to a television that is incompatible with this unit’s
copy guard system.
2. Press the PROGRESSIVE SCAN button on the front panel so the indicator lights (See page 16).
DVM-4800
To power outlet
TV
L
Y
PB/CB PR/CR
COMPONENT VIDEO IN
R
AUDIO IN
NOTE:
• Use three commercially available 75 Ω/ohm pin-plug cord to connect the DVM-4800’s color component output connectors to the TV or
monitor.
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(3) Connecting to a Dolby Digital (AC-3) or DTS (digital theater systems) Decoder
When DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital or DTS are played, Dolby Digital or DTS bitstream signals are output from the DVD player’s digital audio
output connectors. If a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder is connected, you can achieve sound with the power and sense of presence of a movie
theater or concert hall.
TV
VIDEO IN
DVM-4800
Center speaker
Digital audio input
connector (COAXIAL)
Front speaker (right)
Front speaker (left)
Digital audio input
connector (OPTICAL)
Subwoofer
Dolby Digital (AC-3) or
DTS decoder (digital
surround processor)
Surround speaker (left)
Surround speaker (right)
AV amplifier
(AV control center)
2 Connecting an optical fiber cable (commercially available) to the digital audio input connector (OPTICAL)
Dust cap
Line up in proper direction
Remove the dust cap, line up the cable in the proper directly, then
insert it securely as far as it goes.
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NOTE:
• Store the dust cap in a safe place and be careful not to lose it.
When not using the terminal, attach the cap to protect the
terminal from dust.
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2 Sound output from the DVM-4800’s digital audio output connectors
Disc played
Audio recording format
Dolby Digital (AC-3)
DVD video
DTS
Linear PCM
48 kHz/96 kHz
16/20/24 bit
Video CD
CD
MPEG1
Linear PCM
Sound output
• Dolby Digital bitstream (1 to 5.1 channels) or PCM (48 kHz/16 bit) (2 channels). (NOTE 1, 2)
Select with the “Audio” default setting. (See page 51.)
• dts bitstream or no output.
Select with the “Audio” default setting. (See page 51.)
• Linear PCM (48 kHz/16 bit only) (2 channels) or no output. (NOTE 2)
Select with the “Audio” default setting. (See page 51.)
• PCM (44.1 kHz) (NOTE 1)
• Linear PCM (44.1 kHz)
NOTE 1: The type of audio output from the connector can be selected by “Audio” of the initial setting. (See page 51.)
NOTE 2: Compressed audio is converted to PCM before output.
NOTE:
• Some dts decorders which do not support DVD- dts interface may not work properly with the DVD video auto changer.
• Linear PCM audio is the signal recording format used for music CDs.
While the signals are recorded at 44.1 kHz/16 bit for music CDs, for DVDs they are recorded at 48 kHz/16 bit to 96 kHz/24 bit, providing higher
sound quality than music CDs.
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(4) Connecting a basic 5.1-channel surround system
This is the basic system you will need to fully enjoy the high quality sound found on DVD-Audio and to enjoy home theater with DVD-Video.
TV
VIDEO IN
DVM-4800
Center speaker
Front speaker (right)
Front speaker (left)
Subwoofer
Surround speaker (left)
Surround speaker (right)
AV amplifier with 5.1-channel
input terminals
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(5) Connecting to a Digital Recorder (MD Recorder, DAT Deck, etc.)
TV
VIDEO IN
Set the “Audio” default setting as shown below.
(See page 51.)
• “PCM Down conversion: “NO” / “YES”
• “Dolby Digital”: “Bitstream” / “PCM”
• “DTS Digital Surround”: “PCM”
Playing DVDs with incorrect settings may result noise that could
damage your ears or speakers.
B
8
9
Digital audio input
connector (OPTICAL)
DVM-4800
Digital audio input
connector (COAXIAL)
(6) Connecting to a Stereo Component
TV
VIDEO IN
DVM-4800
Stereo component
NOTE:
• Use commercially available 75 Ω/ohm pin-plug cord to connect the DVM-4800‘s video out connector to the TV or monitor.
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5 PART NAMES AND FUNCTIONS
(1) Front Panel
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!0
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
!6
!7
!8
SLOW/SEARCH button (7)
!9
OPEN/CLOSE button (5)
POWER button
• Press once to turn the power on.
• Press again to set to the “OFF” position and turn the power
off.
• Set the power to the standby mode by pressing the POWER
OFF button on the remote control unit while the power is on.
• Turn the power on from the standby mode by pressing the
POWER ON button on the remote control unit.
Power indicator
@0
@1
• This indicator lights when the power is on and when the
power is in the standby mode.
AUDIO ONLY button
• Press the button in the play mode to search in the forward
direction.
• Press the button in the still mode for slow play in the forward
direction.
• Press this button to open and close the disc tray.
Disc number button (1~5)
• Press these button to specify which disc you want to play.
Disc tray (1~5)
• Load discs here.
• Press the OPEN/CLOSE button !9 to open and close the disc
tray.
• The disc tray is also closed when the PLAY button !3 is pressed.
• Press this button to enjoy even higher quality.
AUDIO ONLY indicator
• This indicator light when you press the AUDIO ONLY button.
BASS ENHANCER button
• Press this button when you have connected an active
subwoofer.
HDCD indicator
• This indicator lights when playing discs recorded in HDCD®
format.
AL 24 PLUS indicator
• This indicator lights when the audio signals of a DVD, etc., are
being processed digitally with the AL 24 PLUS processor, a
newly developed analog waveform reproduction technology.
(2) Rear Panel
@2
Video output connectors (VIDEO OUT)
@3
S-Video output connectors (S-VIDEO OUT)
DISC SKIP button
• Each time this button is pressed, the carousel will rotate in a
clockwise direction to the next tray position. This allows for
loading or unloading of discs.
• This button is also used to select the next disc, in the normal
play continuously.
Remote control sensor (REMOTE SENSOR)
Component video output connectors (COMPONENT)
@5
5.1ch AUDIO OUT connectors
@6
ANALOG OUT connectors
@7
Display
• Information on the disc that is currently playing is shown on
the display. (See page 17.)
@8
SKIP button (8)
• Press this to move back to the beginning of the current track
(or chapter).
• Press again to move back to the beginning of the previous
track (or chapter).
@9
PLAY button (1)
• Press this to play the disc.
SKIP button (9)
#0
• Press this to move ahead to the beginning of the next track
(or chapter).
STILL/PAUSE button (3)
• Press this button to stop play temporarily.
SLOW/SEARCH button (6)
• Press this button in the play mode to search in the reverse
direction.
• Press the button in the still mode for slow play in the reverse
direction.
STOP button (2)
• Press this to stop the disc. (See page 00.)
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• Connect using an S-Video connection cord (available in
stores).
@4
PROGRESSIVE SCAN button
• Press this button to enjoy progressive video.
• Connect using the included video cord.
#1
• Connect using video cords (available in stores).
• This is the output connector to connect a receiver with 5.1channel input connector.
• Connect these to the input connectors of an amplifier, etc.,
to hear the sound of the DVM-4800 over the speakers
through the amplifier.
• 5.1-channnel is down mixed to 2 channels when output
through these terminals.
Digital audio output connector (COAXIAL)
• Connect using an audio cord. Connect a commercially
available 75 Ω/ohms pin-plug cord.
• Digital data is output from this connector.
Digital audio output connector (OPTICAL)
• Connect using an optical fiber cable (available in stores).
• Digital data is output from this connector.
Remote control input connector
(REMOTE CONTROL IN)
• This is the input connector for wired remote control.
Consult your DENON dealer if you wish to use this
connector.
Remote control output connector
(REMOTE CONTROL OUT)
• This is the output connector for wired remote control.
Consult your DENON dealer if you wish to use this connector.
Power cord
• Plug this into a wall power outlet.
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(3) Display
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DISC
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
DVD V CD VR
AUDIO VIDEO
PROGRESSIVE SCAN
@0
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Source indicator
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Tray indicator
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GROUP
TITLE
TRACK
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D.MIX
CHAP
P.PCM
MLT.CH
V.S.S
ANGLE
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REPEAT ALL CD DVD-V-A
RANDOM PROGRAM
!9 !8
1 DISCS TITLE
• The number of the trays in which discs are loaded light.
Play indicator
• Lights during playback, flashes when the resume function is
activated.
Disc indicator
Group indicator
Title indicator
Track indicator
Chapter indicator
Down mix indicator
• Down-mixes audio signals (condenses multi-channel signals
into two channels).
TRACK A-B
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
!7
• These indicate the types of disc currently playing.
CHAP GROUP
!6
!1
!2
!3
!4
!5
!6
!7
!8
!9
@0
Multi channel indicator
• Lights when there are 3 or more channels.
Virtual surround sound indicator
Angle indicator
Main indicator
• Displays the elapsed playback time, track number and
various messages.
Repeat indicator
Music calendar
Program indicator
Random indicator
Pause indicator
Progressive scan indicator
• Lights when progressive output is selected.
Packed Pcm indicator
• Lights when P.PCM signals are input.
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6 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
2 The DVM-4800 can be controlled from a distance using the included remote control unit (RC-548).
(1) Inserting Batteries
q Remove the remote control unit’s rear cover.
w Place two batteries (“AA” (R6P)) in the battery compartment in
the direction indicated by the marks.
Cautions On Batteries
• Use batteries (“AAA” (R03)) in this remote control unit.
• Replace the batteries with new ones approximately once a
year, though this depends on the frequency with which the
remote control unit is used.
• If the remote control unit does not operate from close to the
main unit, replace the batteries with new ones, even if less
than a year has passed.
• The included battery is only for verifying operation. Replace it
with a new battery as soon as possible.
• When inserting the batteries, be careful to do so in the proper
direction, following the < and > marks in the remote control
unit’s battery compartment.
• To prevent damage or battery fluid leakage:
• Do not use a new battery with an old one.
• Do not use two different types of batteries.
• Do not short-circuit, disassemble, heat or dispose of
batteries in flames.
• Remove the batteries when not planning to use the remote
control unit for a long period of time.
• If the batteries should leak, carefully wipe off the fluid from the
inside of the battery compartment, then insert new batteries.
e Close the rear cover.
(2) Using the Remote Control Unit
B
Approx. 7 meters
30°
• When operating the remote control unit, point it at the remote
control sensor as shown on the diagram.
• The remote control unit can be used from a direct distance of
approximately 7 meters. This distance will be shorter, however,
if there are obstacles in the way or if the remote control unit
is not pointed directly at the remote control sensor.
• The remote control unit can be operated at a horizontal angle
of up to 30° with respect to the remote control sensor.
30°
NOTES:
• It may be difficult to operate the remote control unit if the remote control sensor is exposed to direct sunlight or strong artificial light.
• Do not press buttons on the main unit and on the remote control unit at the same time. Doing so will result in malfunction.
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(3) Names and Functions of Remote Control Unit Buttons
POWER ON button
Press this to switch the power on.
TOP MENU button
POWER OFF button
Press this to display the top menu recorded
on the disc.
Press this to switch the power standby.
Cursor buttons/ENTER button
OPEN/CLOSE button
Use the • and ª buttons to select in the
vertical direction.
Use the 0 and 1 buttons to select in the
horizontal direction.
Press the ENTER button to select the item
selected with the cursor buttons.
MENU button
Press this to display the DVD menu
recorded on the disc.
SUBTITLE button
AUDIO button
MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
For example, for DVD-V, press this to
switch the audio language. For video
CDs, press this to switch the channel
between “LR”, “L” and “R”.
SKIP buttons
Press this to switch the DVD’s subtitle
language.
ANGLE button
Press this to switch the angle.
AUD
ANG
IO
LE
SLOW/SEARCH buttons
ENTER
PAUSE button
RETURN button
STOP button
Press this to return to the previous menu
screen.
RETURN
Number buttons
PLAY button
Use these to input numbers.
Use the 10 button to input numbers of
10 or over.
Example: To input 25
10
2
5
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
CLEAR
GROUP button
CALL button
Press this to check the program contents.
DISPLAY button
Press this to display the GUI screen.
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
MARKER button
Press this to mark places you want to see
again.
TEXT button
RANDOM button
PAGE button
Press this to change the page.
Press this to switch between the normal
play, programmed play.
Press this to clear numbers that you have
input.
Press this to display the disc title, artist
name and track titles.
Press this to display the groups.
PROG/DIRECT button
CLEAR button
A-B REPEAT button
Use this to repeat sections between two
specific points.
Disc Number button (1 ~ 5)
SET UP button
Press this to display the default setting
screen.
REPEAT button
V.S.S. button
Sets the virtual surround sound.
DISC SKIP button
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IMPORTANT SETUP INFORMATION
This set has the following presettings: “Disc Languages”, “Ratings”, “Menu Language”, “On-Screen Messages”, “FL Display”, “TV
Aspect”, “Digital Audio Output” and “Other Settings”.
These presettings have been preset upon shipment from the factory. If you wish to change them to suit your specific purposes, refer to pages
46 to 56.
7 LOADING DISCS
2 Set discs in the disc tray with the labeled (printed) side facing up.
8 cm disc guide
12 cm disc guide
Disc tray
NOTES:
• Do not move the DVM-4800 while a disc is playing. Doing so may scratch the disc.
• For discs on which both sides can be played, load the disc with the side you want to play facing down.
(1) Opening and Closing the Disc Tray
q Turn on the power.
w Press the OPEN/CLOSE button.
OPEN/CLOSE button
Disc tray
NOTES:
• Be sure to turn on the power before opening and closing the disc tray.
• Do not strike on the button with a pencil, etc.
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(2) Loading Discs
How to load a disc
• Make sure the drawer is completely open.
• Hold the disc by the edges and place it on the disc tray. (Do not
touch the signal surface, i.e., the glossy side.)
• Set the disc properly in the tray according to its size.
Set 8 cm discs in the center hole.
Set 12 cm discs in the outer hole.
• When the drawer is opened during the stop mode, discs can be
loaded in the 5 disc trays. If the DISC SKIP button is pressed, the
carousel turns and a disc can be loaded in the another disc tray.
When the drawer is opened during the play mode, it is possible to
load and unload discs in all of the disc trays other than the one
whose disc is currently playing. 5 discs can be replaced and press
the DISC SKIP button to switch the other disc tray that can be
replaced.
• Press the OPEN/CLOSE button (5) to close the drawer.
LABEL SIDE
UP WARD
NOTES:
• Remove all discs before moving the player.
• The player will not operate properly and the disc may even be
damaged if it is not set correctly.
• If your finger should get caught in the drawer when it closes,
press the OPEN/CLOSE button (5).
• Do not place any foreign objects on the disc tray and do not
place more than one disc on the tray at a time. Otherwise
malfunction may occur.
• Do not push in the disc tray manually when the power is off as
this may cause malfunction and damage the DVD video auto
changer.
• Do not touch the carousel while it is turning. Also, do not turn
the carousel by hand when it is stopped. Doing so could
damage it.
• Do not insert disc where indicated by arrow.
This could damage the internal mechanism in the unit.
• Do not hit the set strongly when a disc is loaded. Doing so may
scratch the disc or cause the DVD video auto changer to stop
operating.
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8 PLAYBACK
(1) Playback
1
3
4
2
2
1
MENU
TOP MENU
B
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
GROUP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
SUBTITLE
OPEN / CLOSE
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
SLOW / SEARCH
5
DISC 1
REMOTE SENSOR
DISC 2
DISC 3
AUD
5 DVD Audio/Video Automatic Disc Loading System
6
DISC 4
DISC 5
LE
ANG
IO
ENTER
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
RETURN
4
1
2
3
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
1
£ OFF
Turn on the power.
• The power indicator lights and the power turns on.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
OPEN / CLOSE
2
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the disc tray.
(Main unit)
3
(Remote control unit)
Set the disc to be played in the front side tray.
PLAY
4
Press the PLAY button.
• The disc tray closes automatically and playback begins.
• If the disc tray is closed with the OPEN/CLOSE button,
press the PLAY button.
• For many interactive DVDs and video CDs with playback
control, a menu screen appears. In this case use the
procedure in step 5 to select the desired item.
Interactive DVDs are DVDs including multiple angles,
stories, etc.
The specified disc can be played by pressing the Disc
Number button.
(Main unit)
Example: For DVDs with menu
screens
TITLE MENU
Apple
Banana
Orange
Strawberry
Peach
Pineapple
(Remote control unit)
Example: For video CDs with
playback control
1. Opening
2. 1st movement
3. 2nd movement
4. 3rd movement
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5
6
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0 and 1) to select the desired
item.
• For some discs there is a second menu screen. If so,
press the 9 button to display the next menu screen.
(See the disc’s jacket.)
The cursor buttons (•, ª, 0 and 1) do not work for video
CDs. Use the number buttons to select the desired item.
Press the ENTER button.
• The desired item is selected and playback starts.
• You can return to the menu screen by pressing the
TITLE/MENU/RETURN button while the DVD is playing,
though this depends on the disc.
• Press the RETURN button during playback of a video CD
to return to the menu screen.
(Remote control unit)
Example: When “Apple” is selected
TITLE MENU
Apple
Banana
Orange
Strawberry
Peach
Pineapple
Apple
ENTER
(Remote control unit)
NOTES:
• If the OPEN/CLOSE (5) button is pressed while a disc is playing, • Set the disc in the disc guide.
playback continues, but the drawer opens and four discs can be • Do not place more than one disc in the disc tray.
replaced. The disc that can be replaced switches when the DISC • The disc keeps turning while the menu screen is displayed on the
TV screen.
SKIP button is pressed
Press the OPEN/CLOSE (5) button again to close the drawer.
• Always press the STOP button if you do not want to keep playing
• If
appears on the TV screen while buttons are being operated,
the disc.
that operation is not possible on the DVM-4800 or with that disc.
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(2) Selecting groups to play (for DVD-AUDIOs only)
TOP MENU
AUD
SUBTITLE
2,3
ANG
IO
2,3
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
1
Press the GROUP button.
• The group and track icons are displayed.
G
1
T
1
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
2
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the group number and
press the ENTER button.
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
3
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the track number and
press the ENTER button.
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
NOTES:
• You can also select groups with the remote control’s numbered buttons or GROUP button on the main unit. Press the PLAY button to start
playing the selected group.
• Selection may not be allowed in some situations.
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(3) To enjoy even higher quality sound-AUDIO ONLY
2 You can enjoy higher quality audio by stopping the video signal.
1
B
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
GROUP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
OPEN / CLOSE
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
SLOW / SEARCH
DISC 1
REMOTE SENSOR
DISC 2
DISC 3
5 DVD Audio/Video Automatic Disc Loading System
DISC 4
DISC 5
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
AUDIO ONLY
1
Press the AUDIO ONLY button.
• The light above the button on the main unit lights.
(Main unit)
NOTE:
• Video signals are output while the disc is stopped and when operations such as searching are performed.
The television can appear unusual while video signals are not being output.
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MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
SKIP buttons
Cursor buttons
PLAY button
AUD
ANG
IO
ENTER button
STOP button
LE
ENTER
SLOW/SEARCH buttons
SKIP buttons
RETURN
B
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
GROUP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
OPEN / CLOSE
STILL/PAUSE button
RETURN button
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
SLOW / SEARCH
DISC 1
REMOTE SENSOR
STOP button
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
0
10
PLAY button
DISC 2
DISC 3
5 DVD Audio/Video Automatic Disc Loading System
DISC 4
DISC 5
Number buttons
9
CLEAR
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
Disc number buttons
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
(4) Stopping Playback
During playback, press the STOP button.
RESUME function
The player records the point where the STOP button was pressed during play
(RESUME function). (“1” flashes on the player‘s FL display when this function is
activated.)
• Press the PLAY button again while “1” flashes and play will resume from this
point.
• When the tray is opened or STOP button is pressed again while “1” flashes,
the RESUME function will be cleared.
The RESUME function works only with titles for which the elapsed playing time
appears on the player‘s FL display during playback.
This feature will not be cleared when the player is set to the standby mode and
then turned back ON.
Chapter preview function (DVD only)
When the PLAY button is pressed while
“1” flashes, the message shown at
right is displayed.
(Main unit)
Press PLAY to Chapter Preview.
When the PLAY button is pressed again while the above message is displayed, the
first few seconds of each chapter from the beginning of the title up to the point
where operation was stopped will be played. This makes it possible to review
previously viewed chapters. Normal playback will commence from the point where
operation was stopped.
NOTES:
• Cancelling the RESUME function will also clear the chapter preview function.
• The chapter preview function may not work with some DVDs.
• After 30 minutes in the stop mode, the DVM-4800’s power automatically turns
off and the standby mode is set. (Auto Power Off)
• If you do not want to continue playing the disc, to save electricity either press
the POWER button on the main to turn the power off or press the POWER OFF
button on the remote control unit to set the power to the standby mode.
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STOP
(Remote control unit)
The resume play memory function only works for discs
for which the elapsed time is shown on the display
during playback.
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(5) Selecting the disc
DISC 1
DISC 2
DISC 3
1
Press the button for the number of the desired disc (1 to 5).
DISC 4
DISC 5
(Main unit)
2
Press the number of the desired chapter or track (0 to 10 and
10 button).
(Remote control unit)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
(Remote control unit)
(6) Selecting DISC SKIP
DISC SKIP
Press the DISC SKIP button.
• The carousel in the dreamer turns and the disc on the next tray is played.
• For example, if disc number 3 was playing, the disc switch to disc number 4
and if disc number 5 was playing, the disc switches to disc number 1.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
(7) Playing Still Pictures (Pausing)
STILL / PAUSE
During playback, press the STILL/PAUSE button.
• Press the PLAY button to resume normal playback.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
(8) Forward/Reverse Searching
SLOW / SEARCH
During playback, press one of the SLOW/SEARCH buttons.
6 : Reverse direction
7 : Forward direction
• When pressed again, the search speed increases (in five steps).
• Press the PLAY button to resume normal playback.
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(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
NOTE:
• In some cases the menu screen may reappear when
one of the SLOW/SEARCH buttons is pressed during
menu playback on a video CD.
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(9) Skipping to the Beginning of Chapters or Tracks
During playback, press one of the skip buttons.
8 : Reverse direction
9 : Forward direction
• A number of chapters or tracks equal to the number of times the button is
pressed is skipped.
• When the skip back button is pressed once, the pickup returns to the beginning
of the currently playing chapter or track.
SKIP
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
Playing position
Chapter/Track
Chapter/Track
Chapter/Track
Chapter/Track
NOTE:
• In some cases the menu screen may reappear when
one of the SKIP buttons is pressed during menu
playback on a video CD.
Reverse direction , / Forward direction (direction of playback)
(10) Playing Frame by Frame (for DVDs and video CDs only)
STILL / PAUSE
During playback, press the STILL/PAUSE button.
• The picture moves forward one frame each time the button is pressed.
• Press the PLAY button to resume normal playback.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
(11) Slow Playback (for DVDs and video CDs only)
SLOW / SEARCH
In the still mode, press one of the SLOW/SEARCH buttons.
6 : Reverse direction
7 : Forward direction
• When pressed again, the slow play speed increases (in five steps).
• Press the PLAY button to resume normal playback.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
NOTE:
• Reverse slow play is not possible on video CDs.
(12) Playing Video CDs with Playback Control
Playing Video CDs with Playback Control Without Using the Menu Playback Function
STOP
1
Press the STOP button while the video CD’s menu screen is displayed.
• The display switches from “PBC” to the time display.
(Main unit)
2
Use the number buttons to input the desired track number.
• To play the disc without using the menu playback function
• Refer to the disc’s jacket, etc., for the track numbers.
• To start playback from the beginning of the disc, press number button
“1”.
• Returning to menu playback
• Press the STOP button to stop playback, then press the MENU button.
(“PBC” appears on the display window and the menu screen appears
on the TV.) Now perform step 6 on page 23.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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0
10
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9 USING THE GUI SCREENS
2 Use this function to display and change information on the disc (titles, chapters, time, audio, subtitles, angles, etc.) and on the player (repeat,
play mode, markers, etc.).
2,3,4
AUD
ANG
IO
4
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
In the play or stop mode, press the DISPLAY button.
• The GUI (Graphical User Interface) screen appears.
• The picture on the TV screen switches each time the button is pressed.
• The items displayed differ from disc to disc.
• Each time you press the button:
(Remote control unit)
Icons for disc information ( a )
Icons for unit information ( b )
Shuttle screen ( c )
Original display ( d )
1
The screens depend on the disc contents.
Example: DVD-Video
a T2 C2
b
c
1 : 46 : 50
ON
1 ENG
1
1 2 3 ✱✱
AB
j
Digital
ë
1 ENG 3/2.1 ch
100
r
100
d
When “Icon for unit information” is displayed:
While the leftmost icon is highlighted
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the menu.
• Each time you press the button:
Play menu ( e )
Video menu ( f )
(Remote control unit)
Audio menu ( g )
Display menu ( h )
2
e
f
g
h
1 2 3 ✱✱
AB
N
OFF
OFF
OFF
BRIGHT
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3
Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to select the item you wish to change.
(Remote control unit)
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the setting.
• Some changes are effective immediately, while some changes are only
made after the ENTER button or PLAY button is pressed. Also, some
functions may not work from the stopped GUI screen.
• Numbers (for titles, etc.) can be changed using the number buttons.
When this is done, press the ENTER button to make the change effective.
4
(Remote control unit)
Description of Icons Displayed on the TV Screen (Graphical User Interface)
e.g. GUI
Icon
Content
Icon
DVD-A
Group number
G
Vocal
1 ✱
2
Content
DVD-A DVD-V
Karaoke vocal on/off
(Karaoke DVD only)
Solo: OFF or ON
Duet: OFF, V1+V2, V1 or V2
OFF
DVD-V
Title number
T
2
DVD-A VCD
Track number
DVD-V
Chapter number
C
DVD-A
ON
1 ENG
2
DVD-A
Time
1 : 46 : 50
DVD-A
DVD-A DVD-V
Subtitle language
(See A below for language abbreviations.)
ON
1 ENG
CD
DVD-V
Subtitles on/off
ON
OFF
DVD-V
DVD-A
VCD
CD
DVD-V
Angle number
1
Changing the time display
Track elapsed time
Track remaining time
VCD (with playback control only)
Menu play
Indicates whether menu play (playback
control) is on or off.
PBC
ON
Disc remaining time
VCD
1
Audio mode
L R
LR
DVD-A
Still picture number
Selected picture is shown during play.
Page
L
R
A Audio/Subtitle language
Digital
1 ENG 3/2.1 ch
Digital
1 ENG 3/2.1 ch
DVD-A DVD-V
Soundtrack language
(See A at right for language abbreviations.)
DVD-A DVD-V
Audio signal type
(See B at right for details.)
ENG:
FRA:
DEU:
ITA:
ESP:
NLD:
English
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Dutch
SVE:
NOR:
DAN:
POR:
RUS:
JPN:
Swedish
Norwegian
Danish
Portuguese
Russian
Japanese
CHI:
KOR:
MAL:
VIE:
THA:
:
*
Chinese
Korean
Malay
Vietnamese
Thai
Others
B Signal type/data
LPCM/PPCM/
Digital/DTS/MPEG: Signal type
k (kHz):
Sampling frequency
b (bit):
Number of bits
ch (channel): Number of channels
Example: 3/2 .1ch
.1: Subwoofer signal
(not displayed if there is no subwoofer signal)
00: No surround
01: Mono surround
02: Stereo surround (left/right)
01: Center
02: Front left+Front right
03: Front left+Front right+Center
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2 Description of Icons Displayed on the TV Screen (Unit Information Screen)
Play menu
Video menu
e.g. DVD-Video
AB
e.g. U1
1 2 3 ✱✱
Icon
Content
A-B repeat
ENTER button (start point) a ENTER button (finish point)
To cancel
ENTER button
AB
DVD-A
DVD-V
U1
Icon
N
Marker
VCD
CD
DVD-A DVD-V VCD CD
You can mark up to 5 positions to play again.
To mark a position
ENTER button (at the desired point)
1 2 3 ✱✱
To recall a marker
0 and 1 cursor buttons a ENTER button
To erase a marker
0 and 1 cursor buttons a CANCEL button
0
0
0
0
0
Content
DVD-A DVD-V VCD
Digital picture mode
To select the picture mode: • and ª cursor buttons
N: Normal mode
S: Soft mode
(Soft picture with fewer video artifacts)
F: Fine mode (Details are sharper)
C: Cinema mode (Picture for viewing movies)
U1/U2/U3*/U4*: User mode
* These settings are only possible when the progressive
output is on.
• U4 settings are shown along with the N, S, F and C
modes when the progressive output is on.
To change the user mode
1. Select User mode and use the 1 cursor button.
2. Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select U1, U2, U3
or U4.
3. Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to select the item
you want to change.
4. Use the • and ª cursor buttons to change the setting.
U1
0
Contrast (−7 to +7)
Increases the contrast between light and dark
parts of the picture.
Brightness (0 to +15)
Brightens the picture.
0
Sharpness (−6 to +6)
Adjust the horizontal resolution of the picture.
0
Color (−7 to +7)
Adjust the shade of the picture’s color.
0
Gamma (0 to +5)
Increases the brightness of the center ranges to
improve detail and contrast in dark scenes.
0
U2
3D-NR (0 to +4)
Reduces overall noise.
0
Block NR (0 to +3)
Smoothes block noise.
0
0
NOTE:
• The unit saves the settings you make with the user mode for
each disc so when you play a disc again and select a user
mode, the same settings are selected. Discs you play for the
first time use the previous settings. The unit can save settings
for up to 200 discs. The settings for a disc are not saved if you
switch to normal, soft, fine or cinema mode before opening the
disc tray or switching the unit to standby.
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Mosquito NR (0 to +3)
Reduces the smudging that appears around
contrasting sections of the picture.
Background NR (0 to +7)
Reduces the rough noise in the background.
Dot Crawl Cancel (0 to +3)
Removes the “dot crawl” phenomena that is
apparent around the borders between colors
when playing discs made from composite
material (material where the Y (luminance) and C
(color) signals have not been separated).
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Icon
Content
U3
0
Audio menu
High sharpness (−6 to +6)
Finely adjusts the sharpness of the picture
horizontally.
e.g. DVD-Video
V sharpness (−1 to +2)
Increases the sharpness of the picture vertically.
OFF
OFF
0
Icon
Edge (−3 to 0)
Improves edges in the background to reduce
fuzziness and improve the sense of depth.
0
Content
DVD-V VCD
ADVANCED SURROUND V.S.S. mode
• SP-V.S.S.
(Dolby Digital, DTS, MPEG, LPCM, 2-channel or over
only)
OFF
TINT (−15 to +15)
Change the overall tint of the picture.
V.S.S. level
0
1
U4
Auto1
Nor.
0
Nor.
Transfer MODE
Select the method of conversion for progressive
output to suit the type of material being played.
Auto 1 (normal): for viewing film material
Auto 2: for viewing film material (the same as
Auto 1, but able to convert 30-frame per
second progressive video)
Auto 3: for animated material (also able to convert
30-frame per second progressive video)
Video: for video material
2
OFF
DVD-V
(Dolby Digital/DTS, 3-channel or over only)
Dialogue Enhancer
OFF
ON
OFF
The volume of the dialogue from the center channel is
raised when you select “ON”.
4:3 ASPECT
Select how to show video on a widescreen (16:9)
television that is compatible with progressive
output.
Nor. (normal): The picture fills the whole screen.
Auto: Letterbox format 4:3 aspect video expands
to fill the screen or is shown in the center
of the screen with black bands either side.
Shr. (shrink): The picture is shown in the 4:3
aspect in the center of the television.
Zoom: Select if video with an aspect of 4:3
recorded in the letterbox format is not
expanded when “Nor.” or “Auto” is
selected.
Display menu
e.g. DVD-Video
OFF
BRIGHT
Icon
Content
DVD-V VCD
Bit-rate display
OFF
Shift Position (0 to +15)
Shift the picture to show subtitles. (Works when
the picture fills the screen when 4:3 ASPECT is
set to “Auto” or “Zoom”.)
ON
OFF
Displays the bit rate and type of picture (approximate
values)
During play: Shows the average bit rate of the video
being played
While paused: Shows the data volume of the frame
Output
Change the tone of the picture.
Nor. (normal): normal output
Sepia: sepia toning
Mono (monochrome): black and white
Nega: brightness and tone are reversed
Display dimmer
Changes the brightness of the unit’s display.
BRIGHT
BRIGHT
DIM
AUTO*
* The display dims and any indicators that were on turn
off during play. The display brightens and the indicators
light temporarily when you perform an operation.
Description of Icons Displayed on the TV Screen (Shuttle Screen)
Slow-motion play
(Backward)
DVD-A
Slow-motion play
DVD-V
Pause
(Forward)
100
100
r
j
Search (Backward)
Play
Search (Forward)
NOTE:
• There are five speeds for both backward and forward slow-motion and search.
• The numbers on either side of the shuttle screen indicate the maximum speeds of the search.
• Slow-motion only works on the moving picture parts of DVD-Audio.
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DVD-A
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10 MARKING SCENES YOU WANT TO SEE AGAIN
2 Set marks at scenes you want to see again so that you can start playback from the marked position whenever you want.
Setting Marks
AUD
ANG
IO
2
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
1
During playback, press the MARKER button.
• The marker screen appears.
• “*” is displayed if the mark is not set.
(Remote control unit)
2
Press the MARKER button at the scene you want to mark.
• A number is displayed.
• Up to five marks can be set.
(To select another marker, use the cursor button (1).)
1
(Remote control unit)
NOTE:
• All the markers added with this unit are cleard when the unit is switched to standby or the disc tray is opened.
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Calling Out Marked Scenes and Clearing Marks
1
AUD
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
ENTER
1
Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to select the marker number and press
the ENTER button.
• If the marker screen is not displayed during playback, press the MARKER
button to display it.
To clear the marker display:
Press the RETURN button.
To clear a marker:
Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to select a marker number and press the
CLEAR button.
• You can clear existing markers, but they are restored when you open the disc
tray or switch the unit to standby.
11 PLAYING REPEATEDLY
2 Use this function to play your favorite audio or video sections repeatedly.
Playing Repeatedly (Repeat Playback)
1
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
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During playback, press the REPEAT button.
q For DVD-AUDIOs (When the display’s DVD AUDIO indicator is lit)
e REPEAT
Normal playback
•
•
e REPEAT TRACK
Track repeated
(Remote control unit)
•
e REPEAT GROUP
Group repeated
•
e REPEAT 1 DISC
1 disc repeated
•
e REPEAT ALL DISCS
All disc repeated
•
DVD-AUDIO only disc repeated
e REPEAT DVD-A DISCS
•
Repeat playback canceled
w For DVDs (When the display’s DVD indicator is lit)
e REPEAT
Normal playback
•
•
1
Chapter repeated (During playback only) e REPEAT CHAP
•
Title repeated
(During playback only) e REPEAT TITLE
•
e REPEAT ALL DISCS
All disc repeated
•
DVD only disc repeated
e REPEAT DVD-V DISCS
•
Repeat playback canceled
e For video and music CDs (When the display’s VIDEO CD or CD indicator
is lit)
e REPEAT
Normal playback
•
•
Track repeated
(During playback only) e REPEAT TRACK
•
1 disc repeated
(During playback only) e REPEAT 1 DISC
•
All disc repeated
e REPEAT ALL DISCS
•
CD only all disc repeated
e REPEAT CD DISCS
•
Repeat playback canceled
To return to normal playback:
Press the REPEAT button until the display’s “REPEAT” indicator turns off to return to the normal play mode.
NOTES:
• If neither the DVD, the VIDEO CD nor the CD indicator is lit, the mode switches in the following order each time the REPEAT button is pressed:
Normal play back / All disc repeated / DVD only all disc repeated / CD only all disc repeated / Repeat playback canceled
• Repeat play may not work correctly with some DVDs.
• Repeat play does not work with an interactive DVD or during menu play of a Video CD with playback control.
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Playing a Certain Section Repeatedly (A-B Repeat Playback)
1,2
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
1
During playback, press the A-B REPEAT button.
• The “REPEAT A-” indicator lights on the display.
• This sets start point A.
(Remote control unit)
2
Press the A-B REPEAT button again.
• The “REPEAT A-B” indicator lights on the display.
• This sets end point B and repeat playback of the A-B section starts.
(Remote control unit)
To return to normal playback:
Press the A-B REPEAT button again.
NOTES:
• A-B repeat play does not work with an interactive DVD.
• Some subtitles recorded around point A or B may fail to appear. [DVD]
• A-B repeat play works only within a title [DVD] or a track [Video CD/CD].
2 Setting the Repeat Play Mode During Programmed Playback
When the REPEAT button is pressed during programmed playback, repeat playback of the entire program starts and the “REPEAT” indicator
lights. Press the REPEAT button until the display’s “REPEAT” indicator turns off to return to normal programmed playback.
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12 PLAYING TRACKS IN THE DESIRED ORDER
3
2 Use this function with DVD-A, video and music CDs to play the tracks in
the desired order. (This function will not work for DVD-V.)
3
2 Up to 32 tracks can be set in a program.
B
2
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
GROUP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
2
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
OPEN / CLOSE
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
SLOW / SEARCH
DISC 1
1
REMOTE SENSOR
DISC 2
DISC 3
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2
DISC 4
DISC 5
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
1
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
In the stop mode, press the PROG/DIRECT button
on the remote control unit.
• The “PROG” indicator lights on the display.
(Remote control unit)
Select the track using the disc number buttons
(DISC1 to DISC5) on the main unit or the remote
control unit and the number buttons on the
remote control unit.
2
3
TRACK
DISC
DISC
1
4
5
2 12
41:27
CD
PROGRAM
(Remote control unit)
DISC 2
2
3
TRACK
DISC
DISC
1
4
5
2
-01--:-PROGRAM
• Ex: To program track 3 on disc 2 (CD) and
group 2, track 12 on disc 5 (DVD-A) :
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
3
Press the PROG/DIRECT button.
2
3
TRACK
DISC
DISC
1
4
5
2 301
ª
Press the DISC2 (disc number button).
PROGRAM
4:23
3
(Remote control unit)
ª
Press the 3 (number button).
2
DISC 5
DISC
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
GROUP
TRACK
5- -02--:--
ª
Press the DISC5 (disc number button).
PROGRAM
(Main unit)
ª
Press the 2
(number button: To select Group).
3
(Remote control unit)
2
DISC
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
GROUP
TRACK
52 -02--:-PROGRAM
3
ª
Press the
(Remote control unit)
10 (number button).
a
10
ª
Press the 1 (number button).
1
DISC
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
GROUP
TRACK
52 102--:-PROGRAM
ª
Press the 2 (number button).
3
(Remote control unit) (Remote control unit)
2
DISC
DISC
1
2
3
4
5
GROUP
TRACK
521202--:-PROGRAM
3
(Remote control unit)
PLAY
3
Press the PLAY button.
• Play now begins in the programmed sequence.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
To return to normal playback:
Press the STOP button to stop programmed playback, then press the PROG/DIRECT button.
Now press the PLAY button to start normal playback from the beginning of the disc. The program is stored in the memory.
To clear tracks from the program:
Press the STOP button twice. Press the CLEAR button to clear the last track in the program.
To clear the entire program:
The entire program is cleared when the power is turned off or when the PROG/DIRECT button is pressed.
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NOTES:
• The programmed track numbers on the disc of the displayed disc number appear lit on the music calendar.
• Programming is not possible for DVD-V.
• The PROG/DIRECT button does not function when DVD-V are loaded in all five trays.
• The PROG/DIRECT button does not function during normal playback or programmed playback.
• The PROG/DIRECT button does not function when the tray is open and neither the DVD-V.
• When the PROG/DIRECT button is pressed in the all disc repeat or CD all disc repeat mode, the all programmed repeat mode is set.
13 PLAYING THE TRACKS IN RANDOM ORDER
2 Use this function with DVD-A, video and music CDs to play the tracks in random order. (This function will not work for DVD-V.)
2
RETURN
2
B
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
GROUP
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
OPEN / CLOSE
SLOW / SEARCH
DISC 1
REMOTE SENSOR
DISC 2
CLEAR
DISC 3
5 DVD Audio/Video Automatic Disc Loading System
DISC 4
DISC 5
1
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
1
In the stop mode, press the RANDOM button.
• The display’s RANDOM indicator lights.
(Remote control unit)
PLAY
2
Press the PLAY button.
• The tracks start playing in random order.
(Main unit)
(Remote control unit)
When random playback ends:
The stop mode is set and the random play screen reappears.
To return to normal playback:
Press the STOP button to stop random playback, then press the RANDOM button.
To set the disc sequential random play mode:
Press the RANDOM button and specify the disc numbers (1 to 5) with the Disc Number button. A press of the PLAY button will result in
the player randomly selecting and playing tracks on the disc in the order of specified discs.
Up to 5 discs can be selected and the same disc can be selected, two or more times. Disc sequential random play is cancelled when play
ends.
To set the program random play mode:
After pressing the PROG/DIRECT button and inputting a program (See item ⁄2 on page 37), press the RANDOM button, then the Play
button. The microcomputer will then select tracks from the program at random and play them.
NOTES:
• The RANDOM button does not function in the play mode.
• The RANDOM button does not function when DVD-V are loaded in all five trays.
• The RANDOM button does not function when the tray is open and neither the DVD-V.
• When the RANDOM button is pressed in the all disc repeat or CD all disc repeat mode, the random all repeat mode is set.
RANDOM will appear lit on the display at this time.
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14 USING THE MULTIPLE AUDIO, SUBTITLE AND ANGLE FUNCTIONS
Switching the Audio Language (Multiple Audio Function)
2 With DVDs containing multiple audio language signals, the audio language can be switched during playback.
MENU
TOP MENU
1
AUD
SUBTITLE
2
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
AUD
1
IO
During playback, press the AUDIO button.
• The current audio language number is displayed.
• If no sound is recorded on the disc, “– –” is displayed.
1
LPCM
1 192k24b 2ch
Hello
(Remote control unit)
Digital
1 ENG 3/2.1 ch
2
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the desired language.
• The display turns off when the AUDIO button is pressed.
Bonjour
(Remote control unit)
NOTES:
• If the desired language is not set after pressing the • and ª cursor buttons several times, the disc does not include that language.
• The audio language set with the default settings (see page 47) is set when the power is turned on and when the disc is replaced. If that
language is not included on the disc, the disc’s default language is set.
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Switching vocals ON or OFF for Karaoke discs (DVD/Video CD)
MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
2
1
AUD
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
2
RETURN
AUD
1
IO
Press the AUDIO button during play.
(Remote control unit)
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0, 1) until the preferred setting is selected.
• DVD Karaoke (Solo) (0, 1)
(OFF) 0
1 ON
• DVD Karaoke (Duet) (0, 1)
2
(OFF)
1 1+2
(ON)
1
V1 (ON)
1 V2
(ON)
•
• Video CD (•, ª)
LR
•
1L
1R
(Remote control unit)
Press the AUDIO button or ENTER button to clear the display.
NOTES:
• This operation does not work with CDs.
• The vocals from the digital audio output connector cannot be switched by this operation.
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Switching the Subtitle Language (Multiple Subtitle Function)
2 With DVDs containing multiple subtitle language signals, the subtitle language can be switched during playback.
MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
1
AUD
2
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
SUBTITLE
1
During playback, press the SUBTITLE button.
• The current subtitle language number is displayed.
• If no subtitles are recorded on the disc, “– –” is displayed.
(Remote control unit)
ON
1 ENG
I love you
ON
2 FRA
2
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the desired language.
• The display turns off when the SUBTITLE button is pressed.
• Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to turn the subtitles “ON” and “OFF”.
(Remote control unit)
Je t’aime
NOTES:
• If the desired language is not set after pressing the • and ª cursor buttons several times, the disc does not include that language.
• The subtitle language set with the default settings (see page 45) is set when the power is turned on and when the disc is replaced. If that
language is not included on the disc, the disc’s default language is set.
• When the subtitle language is changed, several seconds may be required for the new language to appear.
• When a disc supporting the closed caption is played, the subtitle and the closed caption may overlap each other on the TV monitor. In this
case, turn the subtitle off.
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Switching the Angle (Multiple Angle Function)
2 With DVDs containing multiple angle signals, the angle can be switched during playback.
MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
2
AUD
ANG
IO
LE
1
ENTER
RETURN
ANG
1
LE
1
During playback, press the ANGLE button.
• The current angle number is displayed.
(Remote control unit)
2
2
Use the • and ª cursor buttons or the number buttons to select the desired
angle.
• The display turns off when the RETURN button is pressed.
(Remote control unit)
NOTES:
• You can also use the • and ª cursor buttons or use the numbered buttons to change the soundtracks, subtitle languages and angles.
• Some discs allow changes to soundtracks, subtitle languages and angles only by using the disc’s menus.
• “−” or “− −” is displayed instead of the language number in circumstances such as when no language is recorded on the disc.
• Some discs allow you to set angles before multi-angle scenes are played. Read the instructions that come with the DVD.
• In some cases, the subtitle language is not changed to the selected one immediately.
• If the subtitles overlap closed captions recorded on discs, turn the subtitles off.
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Reproducing an Advanced Virtual Surround Sound effect
2 This player can reproduce a virtual surround sound effect which provides sound as if heard from the front speakers located at the horizontally
further position or heard from nonexistent speakers even when only a 2-channel stereo system is connected [for playback of Dolby Digital
DTS, MPEG, LPCM, 2-channel or over only].
1
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
Press the V.S.S. button during play.
Each time this button is pressed, the player‘s FL display changes:
Virtual surround sound is cancelled
DISC
VSS
OFF
(Remote control unit)
Virtual surround sound 1 (Natural effect)
1
DISC
VSS1
V.S.S.
Virtual surround sound 2 (Emphasized effect)
DISC
VSS2
V.S.S.
NOTES:
• Advanced Surround will not work or will have less effect, with some discs, even if you select “1” or “2”.
• Turn off the surround sound effects on the equipment you have connected when using this effect.
• Turn Advanced Surround off if it causes distortion.
• Sound will only come from the two front speakers if speaker V.S.S. is on.
2 You can enjoy powerful bass sound with this function, even if play the discs on which recorded no specified signal for subwoofer channel.
1
B
PLAY
HDCD
AL24 PLUS
BASS
ENHANCER
PROGRESSIVE
SCAN
STILL / PAUSE
STOP
OPEN / CLOSE
POWER
¢ ON / STANDBY
£ OFF
AUDIO ONLY
SKIP
DISC SKIP
SLOW / SEARCH
DISC 1
NOTE:
This function is valid in case of DVD-VIDEO with
LPCM format, DVD-AUDIO, CD-DA and VIDEO CD,
invalid for compressed recordings such as AC-3,
DTS.
REMOTE SENSOR
DISC 2
DISC 3
5 DVD Audio/Video Automatic Disc Loading System
DISC 4
DISC 5
PCM AUDIO TECHNOLOGY / DVD AUDIO-VIDEO AUTO CHANGER DVM-4800
Press the BASS ENHANCER button.
DISC
BASS
ENHANCER
BASS ENHANCER ON
1
(Remote control unit)
DISC
BASS ENHANCER OFF
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15 USING THE MENUS
Using the Top Menu
2 For DVDs containing multiple titles, the desired title can be selected and played from the title menu.
MENU
TOP MENU
SUBTITLE
1
2
AUD
ANG
IO
3
LE
ENTER
RETURN
2
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
Example:
TOP MENU
1
During playback, press the TOP MENU button.
• The top menu appears.
• If the TOP MENU button is pressed again, the disc returns to the point
at which the title menu was called out and playback resumes from that
point.
TOP MENU
(Remote control unit)
Apple
Banana
Orange
Apple
Peach
Pineapple
Example: When “Orange” is selected
TOP MENU
2
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0, 1) or number buttons to select the desired
title.
• If you select the title number using the number buttons, skip step 3 below.
Apple
Banana
Orange
Strawberry
Peach
Pineapple
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
3
Press the ENTER button.
• Playback starts.
• Playback also starts if the PLAY button is pressed.
(Remote control unit)
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Using the DVD Menu
2 Some DVDs include special menus called DVD menus.
For example, DVDs with complex contents may contain guide menus and DVDs with multiple languages may contain audio and subtitle
language menus.
These menus are called “DVD menus”.
Here we describe the general procedure for using DVD menus.
1
MENU
TOP MENU
AUD
SUBTITLE
2
ANG
IO
3
LE
ENTER
RETURN
2
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
Example:
1
During playback, press the MENU button.
• The DVD menu appears.
• If the MENU button is pressed again, the disc returns to the point at
which the DVD menu was called out and playback resumes from that
point.
DVD MENU
MENU
1. SUB TITLE
2. AUDIO
(Remote control unit)
3. ANGLE
Example: When “AUDIO” is selected
DVD MENU
2
Use the • or ª cursor buttons or the number buttons to select the desired
item.
• If you select the item using the number buttons, skip step 3 below.
1. SUB TITLE
2. AUDIO
3. ANGLE
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
3
Press the ENTER button.
• The selected item is set.
• If more menus appear, repeat steps 2 and 3.
(Remote control unit)
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16 CHANGING THE DEFAULT SETTINGS
2 The default values preset upon shipment from the factory can be changed.
The default settings are retained until they are again changed, even if the power is turned off.
2
AUD
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RC-548
1
In the stop mode, press the SET UP button.
• The default setting screen appears.
1. Disc menu
2. Video menu
3. Audio menu
4. Display menu
5. Other menu
(Remote control unit)
ACTION Disc
English
Audio
Subtitle
Menus
Automatic
English
Ratings
Level 8
SELECT
2
Use the 0 and 1 cursor buttons to select the desired setting.
(Remote control unit)
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When “Disc Menu” is Selected
TOP MENU
AUD
SUBTITLE
3,4
ANG
IO
3,4
LE
ENTER
RETURN
4
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
10
3
CLEAR
1
See page 46.
2
3
4
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the desired setting, then press
the ENTER button.
1. Audio
2. Subtitle
3. Menus
4. Ratings
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the desired setting, then press
the ENTER button.
q When “Audio” is selected:
1. English (Factory default)
Select this to play the sound in English.
2. French
Select this to play the sound in French.
3. Spanish
Select this to play the sound in Spanish.
4. Original
Select this to play the disc’s original sound.
5. Other * * * *
Select this to play the disc with a language other than the ones above.
Use the number buttons to input the 4-digit language number shown on
page 56.
w When “Subtitle” is selected:
1. Automatic (Factory default)
The subtitle language is automatically set to the same language as the
audio language.
• When the disc is played with the audio language set for the “Audio”
setting, the subtitles are not displayed.
• When the disc is played with an audio language other than the one
set for the “Audio” setting, the subtitles are displayed in the
language set for the “Audio” setting.
2. English
Select this to play the disc with English subtitles.
3. French
Select this to play the disc with French subtitles.
4. Spanish
Select this to play the disc with Spanish subtitles.
5. Other * * * *
Select this to play the disc with subtitles in a language other than the
ones above. Use the number buttons to input the 4-digit language
number shown on page 56.
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(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
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e When “Menus” is selected:
1. English (Factory default)
Select this to display the menus in English.
2. French
Select this to display the menus in French.
3. Spanish
Select this to display the menus in Spanish.
5. Other * * * *
Select this to display the menus in a language other than the ones
above. Use the number buttons to input the 4-digit language number
shown on page 56.
r When “Ratings” is selected:
(1) When playback is not restricted (Level 8)
Level 8 (Factory default)
Select this to play all DVDs.
Level 7 to Level 2
Select this to play DVDs for general audiences and children. Adult
DVDs cannot be played.
Level 1
Select this to play only DVDs for children. (Adult and general
audience DVDs cannot be played.)
Level 0
Select this to disable playback of all DVDs.
Use this for example to disable playback of adult DVDs on which
the rating level is not recorded.
If a rating of Level 7 or lower has been selected, use the number
buttons to input a 4-digit password, then press the ENTER button.
Do not forget the password.
Once locked, the setting cannot be changed without inputting the
correct password.
Press the ENTER button.
(2) When playback is restricted (Level 0 to 7)
Use the number buttons to input the correct password, then press the
ENTER button.
Select the item with the • and ª cursor buttons and press the ENTER
button and follow the on-screen instructions.
Example: When “Level 7” is selected
ACTION
Ratings
Enter a 4-digit password,
then press ENTER.
SELECT
Password
ENTER RETURN
ACTION
Ratings
The player is locked.
Remember the password.
SELECT
Password
4 3 4 3
ENTER RETURN
ACTION
Ratings
Enter your 4-digit password,
then press ENTER.
SELECT
Password
ENTER RETURN
ACTION
Ratings
Unlock Player
Change Password
SELECT
Change Level
Temporary Unlock
ENTER RETURN
ACTION Disc
5
The settings are completed and the screen in step 1 on page 46 reappears.
English
Audio
Subtitle
Menus
Automatic
English
Ratings
Level 8
SELECT
To return to the previous menu screen:
Press the RETURN button.
To exit the default settings:
Press the SET UP button.
NOTE:
• Some discs may not be encoded with specific rating level information though its disc jacket says that it is for “adults”.
For those discs, the age restriction will not work.
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When “Video Menu” is Selected
MENU
TOP MENU
AUD
1,2,3,4
SUBTITLE
1,2,3,4
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select “TV Aspect”, then press the
ENTER button.
1
2
3
q 4:3 Pan & Scan
Select this when a conventional size TV
is connected.
• The video material formatted in the
Pan & Scan style is played back in
that style (the left and right edges
are cut off).
w 4:3 Letter Box
Select this when a conventional size TV
is connected.
• The video material not formatted in
the Pan & Scan style is played back
in the letterbox style (black bands
appear at top and bottom of screen).
Set the Pan & Scan and letter box
setting at “TV Mode” under “Other
Settings”. (Refer to page 00.)
e 16:9 (Factory default)
Select this when a wide-screen TV is connected.
Played in “FULL” size. (Setting
the wide-screen TV to “FULL”
mode is also necessary.)
Each screen shows an example
when the video material for a
wide-screen is played. (This
setting does not affect the
video material for conventional
size.)
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the TV type and press the ENTER
button.
1. Standard (Direct View TV) (Factory default)
Select when a standard TV (Direct view) is connected.
2. CRT Projector
Select when a CRT projector is connected.
3. LCD Projector
Select when a LCD projector is connected.
4. Projection TV
Select when a projection TV is connected.
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the still mode and press the ENTER
button.
1. Automatic (Factory default)
Normally set this.
The frame still or field still mode is selected automatically.
2. Field
Select this if the picture flutters when “Automatic” is set.
3. Frame
“Frame still” is always selected.
Select this setting when small text or fine patterns cannot be seen
clearly even when “Automatic” is selected.
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(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ACTION Video
TV Aspect
4:3 Pan&Scan
Standard (Direct V...
TV Type
Still Mode
Automatic
Black Level Control
Lighter
SELECT
ENTER RETURN
ENTER
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ENTER
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
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Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the black level control and press
the ENTER button.
1. Lighter (Factory default) [BLACK LEVEL: 7.5 IRE]
The black level of the picture is selected to the lighter one.
Select this setting normally when the player is connected to a TV set
through the VIDEO OUT connector or S VIDEO OUT connector.
(7.5 IRE is the standed for NTSC format in North America)
2. Darker [BLACK LEVEL: 0 IRE]
The black level of the picture is selected to the darker one.
Select this setting normally when the player is connected to a TV set
through the COMPONENT VIDEO OUT (Y, PB, PR) connector.
ENTER
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
• Concerning images which appear on the TV screen (aspect ratios of the screen)
Images which appear on the TV screen differ depending on the type of software and the TV set connected.
TV set connected (Screen mode)
Type of software
4:3
Software for widescreen
(formatted in the
Pan & Scan style)
Screen whose right and
left edges are cut off
Software for widescreen
(not formatted in the
Pan & Scan style)
Letterbox (with black
bands at top and bottom)
Software (4:3)
Software (4:3, Letterbox)
16:9 (“FULL” mode)
16:9 (“ZOOM” mode)
16:9 (“AUTO” mode)
Full screen
Screen whose top and
bottom edges are cut off
Full screen
Full screen
Screen horizontally
enlarged
Screen whose top and
bottom edges are cut off
Full screen (with black
bands at right and left)
Letterbox (with black
bands at top and bottom)
Screen horizontally
enlarged (with black
bands at top and bottom)
Full screen
Screen in which the
picture at the far left and
far right ends only is
extended horizontally
(with black bands at top
and bottom)
• The images which appear on the TV screen and what each screen mode is called, may differ depending on the manufacturer of the TV set or
on the type of the TV set. Consult the instruction manual provided with your TV set.
For your reference:
• Letterbox
Black bands are inserted at the top and bottom of the screen to fill in the gaps at the top and bottom where the size of the picture is smaller
than the screen.
• Pan & Scan
Part of the wide-screen picture (either at both sides or one side of the screen) is automatically eliminated so that the picture fills the whole
screen.
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For your reference:
• When the “On” is selected at
the “Still Picture Display”, the
following screen is displayed
in the still picture mode;
P: P-Picture (Predictive coded picture)
This picture type is computed on the basis of a past I-Picture or
P-Picture.
Still(P)
B: B-Picture (Bidirectionally-predictive coded picture)
This picture type is computed by comparing the previous and
subsequent I-Picture or P-Picture. It has the lowest volume of
information.
Example: in the case of the P-Picture
General Picture type
I/P/B:
• The MPEG 2 standard adopted for DVD uses the following 3
picture types for the coding of each picture (frame) on the TV
screen.
Predict
I: I-Picture (Intra coded picture)
This is the standard picture type and each picture is coded
separately. Since it features the best picture quality, it is
recommended that the screen be frozen with I-Picture when the
picture quality is to be adjusted.
I
B
B
P
B
B
Predict
When “Audio Menu” is Selected
MENU
TOP MENU
AUD
3,4
SUBTITLE
3,4
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
See page 46.
2
3
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the preferred item and press the
ENTER button.
1. Speaker setting
Choose the settings to suit your audio system and the listening environment.
2. Digital Audio Output
Select whether to output digital signal or not.
3. PCM Down Conversion
To select whether digital audio converted to 48 kHz/16 bit is output
from the optical/coaxial digital audio output connector or no digital audio
is output during playback of the DVD recorded in Linear PCM of 96 kHz.
(In case of the DVD recorded in Linear PCM of 48 kHz, digital audio
converted to 48 kHz/16 bit is output irrespective of the setting.)
4. Dolby Digital
To select the signal format (Bitstream or PCM) to be output from the
optical/coaxial digital audio output connector during playback of the DVD
recorded in Dolby Digital.
5. DTS Digital Surround
To select whether DTS bitstream is output from the optical/coaxial
digital audio output connector or no digital audio is output during
playback of the DVD recorded in dts.
6. D. Range Compression
Use this to set the range of sound output when playing discs.
7. Audio during Search
Choose whether to have sound during search.
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(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ACTION Audio
SELECT
ENTER RETURN
Speaker Setting
Multi-channel
Digital Audio Output
On
PCM Down Conversion
Dolby Digital
No
Bitstream
PCM
Off
On
DTS Digital Surround
D. Range Compression
Audio during Search
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Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the preferred setting and press the
ENTER button.
q When “Speaker Setting” is selected
1. Multi-channel
Speaker presence and size ( a )
1. Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0, 1) to select the item and press the
ENTER button.
2. Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the setting and press the
ENTER button.
Icon examples: Surround speaker (L) A
Large: When the speaker supports low-frequency (under 100 Hz)
reproduction.
Small: Select when the speaker does not support low-frequency
reproduction.
The size setting for the front speakers is aiutomatically determined by
the setting for the subwoofer.
Changing the delay time ( b )
(Dolby Digital, center and surround speakers only)
1. Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0, 1) to select the delay time box and
press the ENTER button.
2. Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to adjust the delay time and press the
ENTER button.
For optimum listening with 5.1-channel sound, all the speakers, except
for the subwoofer, should be the same distance from the seating position.
If you have to place the center or surround speakers closer to the seating
position, adjust the delay time to make up for the difference.
If distance d (from the center speaker) and f (from the surround
speakers) are the same as or greater than e (from the front speakers),
leave the delay time as “0”, the factory preset.
If either distance d or f is less than e , find the difference in the
relevant table and change to the recommended setting.
Channel balance ( c )
1. Use the cursor buttons (•, ª, 0, 1) to select “Test” and press the
ENTER button.
A test signal is output from one speaker at time, starting with the
front left speaker and proceeding clockwise.
FRONT (L)
CENTER
SURROUND (L)
FRONT (R)
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
Center
b a c
Front (L)
a
Front (R)
a
ACTION
L
Exit
ms
0
C
Exit
Test
R
dB
0
dB
0
SW
dB
0
RS
SELECT
Test
signal
dB
0
LS
ENTER RETURN
(L) a
Surround
(L) c b (R) c
ms
0
Subwoofer
c a
(R) a
A
No
L
LS
LS
Large
Small
R
C
SURROUND (R)
2. While listening to the test signal, use the cursor buttons (•, ª ) to
adjust the volume of the center and surround speakers so they are
the same apparent volume as the front speakers.
(The front speakers cannot be adjusted here.)
3. Press the ENTER button.
The test signal stops.
When you are finished
Use the cursor buttons (• , ª , 0, 1) to select “Exit” and press the
ENTER button.
2. When “2-channel” is selected
Settings are not necessary.
No signal is output for the subwoofer. To adjust its volume, play
something, then return to this screen to adjust to suit your taste.
The unit may be unable to output as set here due to limitations imposed
by the unit itself or the disc being played. (The FL display’s “P.PCM”
indicator lights or “D.MIX” indicator goes out in these cases.)
w When “Digital Audio Output” is selected
1. On (Factory default)
Digital signal are output.
2. Off
Digital signals are not output.
This improves sound quality when you are using analog connection.
e When “PCM Down Conversion” is selected
1. No (Factory default)
Digital audio of 48 kHz/16 bit is output during playback of the DVD recorded
in Linear PCM of 48 kHz. No digital audio is output during playback of
the DVD recorded in Linear PCM of 96 kHz. However, audio will be output
using the original audio recording system in case of the DVD which has
not been copyright-protected.
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ENTER
d
e
SW
f
LS
RS
• Center speaker
Difference
Setting
Approx. 50 cm (11/2 feet)
1.3 ms
Approx. 100 cm (3 feet)
2.6 ms
Approx. 150 cm (5 feet)
3.9 ms
Approx. 200 cm (6 feet)
5.3 ms
• Surround speakers
Difference
Setting
Approx. 200 cm (6 feet)
5.3 ms
Approx. 400 cm (12 feet)
10.6 ms
Approx. 600 cm (18 feet)
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2. Yes
During playback of the DVD recorded in Linear PCM of 48 kHz or 96kHz,
digital audio converted to 48 kHz/16 bit is output.
(Digital output of PCM audio is restricted to 48 kHz/16 bit or below for
copyright protection.
r When “Dolby Digital” is selected
1. Bitstream (Factory default) (NOTE 1 )
Dolby Digital bitstream (1 ch - 3/2.1 ch) is output during playback of the
DVD recorded in the Dolby Digital.
Select this setting when the player is connected to the Dolby Digital
decoder.
2. PCM
Digital audio converted to PCM (2ch) of 48 kHz/16 bit is output during
playback of the DVD recorded in the Dolby Digital.
t When “DTS Digital Surround” is selected
1. PCM (Factory default)
When you have connected a unit that does not have a built-in DTS
decoder.
2. Bitstream
DTS bitstream is output during playback of the DVD recorded in DTS.
Select this setting when the player is connected to the DTS decoder.
y When “D. Range Compression” is selected
1. Off (Factory default)
Select this for the standard range.
2. On
Select this to achieve powerful sound even when the volume is low.
This setting is suited for watching DVDs late at night with the volume
low. (This setting is only valid for DVDs recorded in Dolby Digital.)
u When “Audio during search” is selected
1. On (Factory default)
Select this to output sound during the search operation in speed 1.
2. Off
Select this to turn off the sound during the search operation in speed 1.
• Recommended “Audio” settings
The optimum digital output setting depends on the type of component connected to the digital audio output connector.
“Audio” setting
Digital audio output connector
PCM Down Conversion
Dolby Digital
DTS Digital Surround
When nothing is connected to the digital audio
output connector
No (factory default)
Bitstream (factory default)
PCM (factory default)
When an amplifier equipped with a digital input
connector and with no built-in Dolby Digital decoder
and DTS decoder is connected to the digital audio
output connector
Yes (NOTE 1)
PCM (NOTE 2)
PCM (factory default)
When a Dolby Digital decoder is connected to the
digital audio output connector
Yes (NOTE 1)
Bitstream (factory default)
PCM (factory default)
When a Dolby Digital and/or DTS decoder is connected
to the digital audio output connector
Yes (NOTE 1)
Bitstream (factory default)
Bitstream
NOTES:
1. When connecting an amplifier (with an optical/coaxial digital input connector) which does not contain the Dolby Digital or dts decoder, be sure
to select “PCM” at the “Dolby Digital” and “PCM” at the “dts”. If “Bitstream” is selected, any attempt to play DVD may cause such a high
level of noise that it may be harmful to your ears and damage your speakers.
2. Audio output from the player‘s audio output connectors is converted to 48 kHz as well as audio from the digital audio output connector.
To enjoy high quality sound at 96 kHz, connect the amplifier or decoder directly to the audio output connectors, not to the digital audio output
connector. (Select “No” at the “PCM Down Conversion”.)
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When “Display Menu” is Selected
MENU
TOP MENU
AUD
3,4
SUBTITLE
3,4
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
See page 46.
2
ENTER
3
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the preferred item and press the
ENTER button.
1. Menu Language
2. On-Screen Messages
(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
ACTION Display
Menu Language
On-Screen Messages
English
On
SELECT
ENTER RETURN
Use the • and ª cursor buttons to select the preferred setting and press
the ENTER button.
4
ENTER
q When “Menu Language” is selected.
Choose the preferred language for these menus and the on-screen
messages.
w When “On-Screen Messages” is selected.
Choose whether to show on-screen messages or not.
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(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
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When “Others” is Selected
MENU
TOP MENU
AUD
3
SUBTITLE
3
ANG
IO
LE
ENTER
RETURN
1
See page 46.
2
3
Use the cursor buttons (•, ª) to select the preferred setting and press the
ENTER button.
q When “Auto Power Off” is selected
A demonstration of the unit’s on-screen displays starts when you select
“On”. The demonstration stops when you press a button and the
setting reverts to “Off”.
w When “DVD-Video Mode” is selected
1. Off (Factory default)
DVD-Audio discs are played as DVD-Audio discs.
2. On
DVD-Audio discs are played in a similar fashion to DVD-Video discs.
e When “Demo” is selected
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(Remote control unit)
(Remote control unit)
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Language code list
Language
Code
Code
Language
Code
Language
Code
Language
6565
Afar
7079
Faroese
7678
Lingala
8375
Slovak
6566
Abkhazian
7082
French
7679
Laothian
8376
Slovenian
6570
Afrikaans
7089
Frisian
7684
Lithuanian
8377
Samoan
6577
Ameharic
7165
Irish
7686
Latvian, Lettish
8378
Shona
6582
Arabic
7168
Scots Gaelic
7771
Malagasy
8379
Somali
6583
Assamese
7176
Galician
7773
Maori
8381
Albanian
6588
Aymara
7178
Guarani
7775
Macedonian
8382
Serbian
6590
Azerbaijani
7185
Gujarati
7776
Malayalam
8385
Sundanese
6665
Bashkir
7265
Hausa
7778
Mongolian
8386
Swedish
6669
Byelorussian
7273
Hindi
7779
Moldavian
8387
Swahili
6671
Bulgarian
7282
Croatian
7782
Marathi
8465
Tamil
6672
Bihari
7285
Hungarian
7783
Malay
8469
Telugu
6678
Bengali; Bangla
7289
Armenian
7784
Maltese
8471
Tajik
6679
Tibetan
7365
Interlingua
7789
Burmese
8472
Thai
6682
Breton
7378
Indonesian
7865
Nauru
8473
Tigrinya
6765
Catalan
7383
Icelandic
7869
Nepali
8475
Turkmen
6779
Corsican
7384
Italian
7876
Dutch
8476
Tagalog
6783
Czech
7387
Hebrew
7879
Norwegian
8479
Tonga
6789
Welsh
7465
Japanese
7982
Oriya
8482
Turkish
6865
Danish
7473
Yiddish
8065
Panjabi
8484
Tatar
6869
German
7487
Javanese
8076
Polish
8487
Twi
6890
Bhutani
7565
Georgian
8083
Pashto, Pushto
8575
Ukrainian
6976
Greek
7575
Kazakh
8084
Portuguese
8582
Urdu
6978
English
7576
Greenlandic
8185
Quechua
8590
Uzbek
6979
Esperanto
7577
Cambodian
8277
Rhaeto-Romance
8673
Vietnamese
6983
Spanish
7578
Kannada
8279
Romanian
8679
Volapük
6984
Estonian
7579
Korean
8285
Russian
8779
Wolof
6985
Basque
7583
Kashmiri
8365
Sanskrit
8872
Xhosa
7065
Persian
7585
Kurdish
8368
Sindhi
8979
Yoruba
7073
Finnish
7589
Kirghiz
8372
Serbo-Croatian
9072
Chinese
7074
Fiji
7665
Latin
8373
Singhalese
9085
Zulu
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17 TROUBLESHOOTING
Check again before assuming the player is malfunctioning.
2 Are all the connections correct?
2 Are you following the instructions in the manual?
2 Are the amplifier and speakers operating properly?
If the DVM-4800 does not seem to be functioning properly, check the table below. If this does not solve the problem, the DVM-4800 may be
damaged. Turn off the power, unplug the power cord from the power outlet and contact your store of purchase or nearest DENON sales office.
Check
Symptom
Page
Power does not turn on.
• Plug the power cord securely into the power outlet.
10
Playback does not start when PLAY button
is pressed.
Playback stops immediately.
• Is there condensation on the disc or player? (Let stand for 1 or 2 hours.)
• Discs other than DVDs, video CDs and music CDs cannot be played.
• Disc is dirty. Wipe off the dirt.
—
8
9
Picture does not appear.
• Check the connections.
• Set the TV’s input to “video”.
10
—
Sound is not produced or sound quality is
poor.
• Check the connections.
• Properly set the input of the TV, stereo, etc.
10
—
Menu playback of video CD’s is not
possible.
• Menu playback is not possible with anything but video CDs with playback control.
22
Picture is disturbed during the search
operation.
• Some disturbance is normal.
—
Buttons do not operate.
• Some operations are disabled for some discs.
23
No subtitles are displayed.
• Subtitles are not displayed for DVDs not containing subtitles.
• Subtitles are turned off. Turn the subtitles setting on.
—
41
—
Audio (or subtitle) language does not switch.
• The audio (or subtitle) language does not switch for discs which do not include multiple audio (or
subtitle) languages.
• For some discs the audio (or subtitle) language cannot be switched when the operation to switch it is
performed, but can be switched on the menu screens.
Angle does not switch.
• The angle cannot be switched for DVDs which do not contain multiple angles. In some cases
multiple angles are only recorded for specific scenes.
Playback does not start when the title is
selected.
• Check the “Ratings” setting.
39, 41
42
47, 48
You have forgotten the password you have
set for the “Ratings” setting.
• Use the procedure described below to reset all the settings to the factory defaults.
In the stop mode, press and hold in the PLAY, SKIP (8) and OPEN/CLOSE buttons on the DVD
player for at least 3 seconds. (Check that “Initialized” has turned off from the TV screen.)
—
The disc is not played with the audio or
subtitle language set as the default setting.
• The disc does not play with the selected audio or subtitle language if that audio or subtitle language
is not included on that DVD.
47
Picture is not displayed in 4:3 (or 16:9).
• Set the “TV Aspect” default setting to the proper setting for the connected TV.
00
No messages appear on the screen when
buttons are operated.
• Set the “On-Screen Messages” default setting to “On”.
00
Menu screen messages for the desired
language do not display.
• Check the default setting for the disc language’s menu language.
47
Remote control unit does not operate.
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•
•
•
•
Check that the batteries are inserted in the proper “<” and “>” directions.
The batteries are dead. Replace them with new batteries.
Point the remote control unit at the remote control sensor when operating it.
Operate the remote control unit within a distance of 7 meters from the remote control sensor.
Remove the obstacle between the remote control unit and remote control sensor.
17
17
17
17
17
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18 MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
Signal system:
Applicable discs:
S-Video output:
Video output:
Component output:
Audio output:
Audio output properties:
Digital audio output:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Maximum external
dimensions:
Mass:
2 Remote control unit:
Type:
Power supply:
NTSC
(1) DVD/video discs
1-layer 12 cm single-sided discs, 2-layer 12 cm single-sided discs, 2-layer 12 cm double-sided discs (1 layer
per side)
1-layer 8 cm single-sided discs, 2-layer 8 cm single-sided discs, 2-layer 8 cm double-sided discs (1 layer per
side)
(2) Compact discs (CD-DA, Video CD)
12 cm discs, 8 cm discs
Y output level: 1 Vp-p (75 Ω/ohms)
C output level: 0.286 Vp-p
Output connectors: S connectors, two sets
Output level: 1 Vp-p (75 Ω/ohms)
Output connector: Pin-plug jacks, two sets
Y output level: 1 Vp-p (75 Ω/ohms)
PB/CB output level: 0.648 Vp-p (75 Ω/ohms)
PR/CR output level: 0.648 Vp-p (75 Ω/ohms)
Output connector: Pin jack, 1 set
Fixed output level: 2 Vrms, 1 set
(1) Frequency response
q DVDs (linear PCM) : 2 Hz to 22 kHz (48 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz to 44 kHz (96 kHz sampling)
: 2 Hz to 88 kHz (192 kHz sampling)
w CDs
: 2 Hz to 20 kHz
(2) S/N ratio
q DVDs
: 115 dB
w CDs
: 115 dB
(3) Total harmonic distortion
q DVDs
: 0.0025%
w CDs
: 0.0030%
(4) Dynamic range
q DVDs
: 108 dB
w CDs
: 100 dB
Optical digital output : Optical connector, 1 set
Coaxial digital output : Pin jack, 1 set
AC 120V, 60 Hz
00 W
434 (width) x 131 (height) x 415 (depth) mm (not including protruding parts)
00 kg
RC-548
Infrared pulse
DC 3V, two batteries (“AA” (R6P))
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S. patents and other intellectual
property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners. Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by
Macrovision Corporation and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision
Corporation. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
* Design and specifications are subject to change without notice in the course of product improvement.
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