Philips DVP320B/17B Specification

Philips DVP320B/17B Specification

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General Information

Since it is usual for DVD movies to be released at different times in different regions of the world, all players have region codes and discs can have an optional region code. If you load a disc of a different region code to your player, you will see the region code notice on the screen. The disc will not playback, and should be unloaded.

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Laser safety

This unit employs a laser. Due to the risk of eye injury, only a qualified service person should remove the cover or attempt to service this device.

USE OF CONTROLS OR

ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF

PROCEDURES OTHER THAN THOSE

SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN

HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.

LASER

Type

Wave length

Semiconductor laser GaAlAs

650 nm (DVD)

780 nm (VCD/CD)

Manufactured under license from Dolby

Laboratories. “Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

CAUTION

(WARNING LOCATION: ON THE

BOTTOMPLATE OF SET)

NEVER MAKE OR CHANGE

CONNECTIONS WITH THE POWER

SWITCHED ON.

For Customer Use:

Read carefully the information located at the rear panel of your DVD VIDEO player and enter below the Serial No.Retain this information for future reference.

Model No. DVP 320

Serial No. __________________________

CAUTION

VISIBLE AND INVISIBLE LASER RADIATION

WHEN OPEN. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.

THE BEAM IS LOCATED INSIDE, NEAR THE

DECK MECHANISM.

Important Note:

Due to the numerous versions of new CD-

Audio copy protection or enhanced CD-Audio protection recently available on certain discs,

PHILIPS is unable to guarantee that this DVD player is fully compatible with such new discs.

Should you have difficulty playing any such

CD-Audio discs, kindly refer them to your CD-

Audio disc retailer.

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Introduction

Environmental Information .......................................4

Supplied accessories ..................................................4

Safety Information ......................................................4

Symbols Used in this Booklet ..................................4

Functional overview

Top and Rear Panel ....................................................5

Remote Control .........................................................6

Preparation

Before you begin ........................................................7

Connecting to a TV with audio and video cables...7

Connecting to a TV with audio cable and component video cable..............................................7

Connecting to a TV and a two-channel

Stereo.............................................................................7

Connecting to a TV and a Stereo.............................7

Replacing battery (lithium CR2025) into the remote control ...........................................................8

Using the Remote Control ......................................8

Connecting the Power Supply...................................8

Switching On ...............................................................8

Smart Power On/Off..................................................8

Operation

Basic Playback ..............................................9

General Operation ......................................9

Video control during playback .................................9

Audio control during playback ................................9

Repeat/Shuffle ..............................................................9

Repeat A-B .............................................................10

Virtual Remote Control.........................................10

5 disc Resume .........................................................10

OSD (On-Screen Display).....................................10

Zoom ........................................................................11

Special DVD Features .............................11

Playing a Title .........................................................11

Playing a Chapter ...................................................11

Smart Play....................................................................11

Camera Angle .........................................................11

Changing the Audio Language ...........................11

Subtitles ....................................................................11

Special VCD & SVCD Features ...........11-12

Playback Control (PBC) ...................................11

Preview Function ...................................................12

Contents

Picture CD & MP3 CD Playback

General Operation...................................13

MP3 & JPEG Navigator...........................................13

Play Mode.................................................................13

Special JPEG Features..............................14

Function Introduction............................................14

Preview Function.....................................................14

Zoom picture ..........................................................14

Playback with multi-angles ...................................14

Wipe Type.................................................................14

Special MP3 Features..............................14

Function Introduction............................................14

JPEG and MP3 Simultaneous Playback

...14

Setup menu

General Setup menu ...............................15

OSD language .........................................................15

Program ..............................................................15-16

Disc Lock .................................................................16

Screen Saver ............................................................16

Analog Audio Setup menu ......................17

DOWNMIX.............................................................17

D.R.C ........................................................................17

SOUND MODE .....................................................17

3D SOUND.............................................................18

Digital Audio Setup menu........................18

Digital Output..........................................................18

LPCM Output..........................................................18

Video Setup menu....................................19

TV Type .....................................................................19

TV Display ...............................................................19

Closed Captions......................................................20

Smart Picture..........................................................20

Picture Setting..........................................................20

Preference Setup menu ..........................21

Audio language .......................................................21

Subtitle language .....................................................21

Disc Menu language ...............................................22

Password ..................................................................22

Parental Control ....................................................23

Default Setup...........................................................23

MP3/JPEG Navigator .............................................23

Specifications

Specifications ...........................................................24

Maintenance

Maintenance ........................................................ 24

Language Codes

Language Codes.................................................25-26

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting ....................................................27

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Introduction

Thank you for purchasing this Philips DVD player.

This Owner’s Manual explains the basic operation of this DVD player.

Environmental Information

All unnecessary packaging has been omitted. We have tried to make the packaging easy to separate into three materials: cardboard (box), polystyrene foam (buffer) and polyethylene (bags, protective foam sheet).

Your DVD player consists of materials which can be recycled and reused if disassembled by a specialized company. Please observe the local regulations regarding the disposal of packaging materials, exhausted batteries and old equipment.

Package Contents

– DVD-Video player

– Remote control with lithium battery

– One set of audio cables (red/white)

– One set of video cable (yellow)

– Mains Cord

– Owner’s Manual

Safety Information

Before operating the DVD player, check that the operating voltage indicated on the typeplate is identical with the voltage of your local power supply. If not, please consult your dealer.

Place the DVD player on a flat, hard and stable surface.

Allow about one inch of space around the Player for ventilation. Leave room above the Player for the Disc compartment lid to open completely.

In a cabinet, allow about 2.5cm (1 inch) of free space all around the player for adequate ventilation.

Always close the Disc compartment lid on top of the Player to keep dust off the lens (which is inside the Disc compartment).

Do not touch the lens inside the Player’s Disc compartment. A damaged lens could hinder Disc playability. Electrostatic discharge could damage the unit permanently.

When you open the Disc compartment lid, the

Disc will continue to spin for a few seconds. Do not allow children to remove the Disc. Wait for the Disc to stop spinning completely before you reach to remove the Disc or touch the Disc.

Do not expose your player to extremes of temperature or humidity.

If the DVD player is brought directly from a cold to a warm location, or is placed in a very damp room, moisture may condense on the lens of the disc unit inside the DVD player. Should this occur, the DVD player would not operate normally.

Leave the power on for about one hour with no disc in the DVD player until normal playback is possible.

The mechanical parts of the set contain selflubricating bearings and must not be oiled or lubricated.

When the DVD player is switched to Standby mode, it is still consuming some power. To disconnect the system from the power supply completely, remove the plug from the AC Outlet.

Symbols Used in this Booklet

The below symbols appear in some headings and notes with the following meanings:

Helpful Hints!

Some discs limit certain functions during playback (eg fast forward is not working at the beginning of certain discs). This is nomal behaviour because the disc determines the way in which you can interact with its content.

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Functional Overview

Top and Rear Panels

Coaxial output

– connect to a receiver with coaxial inputs

AUDIO OUT (Left/Right)

– connect to AUDIO inputs of an amplifier, receiver or stereo system

Video out (CVBS)

– connect to a TV with CVBS inputs

Video out (Y P

L R COAXIAL

A

U

D

I

O

VIDEO Y Pb Pr

V

I

D

E

O

b

P r

)

– connect to a TV with component video inputs

Mains Socket

– connect to power cord

OPEN/CLOSE

– open/close the disc compar tment lid

POWER

– switch DVD on or off

Remote sensor

Receive the commands from the DVD

Player’s remote control. When using the

DVD Player’s remote control to operate the Player, point the remote here (not toward your TV).

STOP

– stop playback

PLAY/PAUSE

– star t/interrupt playback

Caution:

Do not touch the inner pins of the sockets on the rear panel. Electrostatic discharge may cause permanent damage to the unit.

Do not touch the lens inside the Player’s Disc compartment. A damaged lens could hinder Disc playability. Electrostatic discharge could damage the unit permanently.

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Functional Overview

Remote Control

RETURN / TITLE

Press to go to a previous Disc menu or to access a DVD’s Title menu. These options are not available with all Discs.

DISC MENU

Press to access menu of a DVD disc /switch PBC on or off for

VCD disc

OK

Press to approve a menu selection.

1 2 3 4

Press to select items in a menu.

Press

1

or

2

for fast searching.

Press

3

or

4

for slow motion.

S

Press to go to the beginning of the current Chapter or Track or to the previous Chapter or Track.

Press and hold to display the

Vir tual Remote on screen.

STOP (

9

)

Press to stop Disc playback.

PLAY (

B

)

Press to begin Disc playback

SUBTITLE

Press to select subtitle language

ANGLE

Press to select a camera angle during DVD play.

REPEAT

Press to play a Chapter, Title, Track, or Disc repeatedly. Details are on Page 10.

REPEAT (A-B)

Press to set up Repeat A-B playback, in which a cer tain segment of the Disc plays repeatedly.

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POWER

B

Press to switch Standby mode.

0-9 numerical key pad

Press to select numbered items in a menu. Press to select a Chapter,

Title, or Track to play.

DISPLAY

Press during playback to see current disc information on the TV screen.

SYSTEM MENU

Press to access or remove the

Setup Menu of the DVD Player.

T

Press to skip to the next Chapter or

Track. Press and hold to activate the

Smar t Play function.

PAUSE (

;

)

Press to pause play or to advance a paused picture one frame at a time.

AUDIO

Press to select a different audio language or soundtrack during

DVD playback. With some Video

CDs, Super Video CDs, and Audio

CDs, press AUDIO to choose an audio channel.

ZOOM

Press to reduce or enlarge the picture during playback.

MUTE

Press to silence or restore the volume.

PREVIEW

Press to enter the Preview menu for a Video CD or Super Video

CD. Or, press to play the first several seconds of each Track on an Audio CD.

Before you begin...

Refer to the instructions of your TV, VCR, Stereo, or other devices. Note the style of jacks and connectors on the other equipment. Determine how to choose different Audio and Video In channels/sources on your other equipment.

Disconnect all equipment from the power outlets.

Connect equipment to power only after hooking up everything. Never make or change connections with equipment connected to power.

Please refer to the below choices we introduce to you and select either one of them.

Connecting to a TV with audio and video cables

Back of TV

LEFT AUDIO IN

RIGHT AUDIO IN

VIDEO IN

LEFT AUDIO IN

RIGHT AUDIO IN

VIDEO IN

Preparation

Connecting to a TV and a twochannel Stereo

Stereo

RIGHT AUDIO IN

LEFT AUDIO IN

Back of TV

VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

L R COAXIAL

A

U

D

I

O

VIDEO Y Pb Pr

D

E

V

I

O

Connect the VIDEO jack on the DVD player to the corresponding CVBS VIDEO IN jack on your TV (cable supplied) or component video cable (not supplied).

Connect the AUDIO OUT (Left/Right) on the

DVD player to the corresponding AUDIO IN jacks on stereo system by using audio cables

(supplied). Match the cable colors to the jack colors.

Connecting to a TV and a

Stereo

L R COAXIAL

U

A

D

I

O

VIDEO Y Pb Pr

D

E

V

I

O

Connect the VIDEO jack on the DVD player to the corresponding CVBS VIDEO IN jack on your

TV (cable supplied).

Connect the AUDIO OUT (Left/Right) on the

DVD player to the corresponding AUDIO IN jacks on TV by using audio cable (supplied). Match the cable colors to the jack colors.

Connecting to a TV with audio cable and component video cable

AV Receiver

COAXIAL

DIGITAL

AUDIO IN

(

Back of TV

)

VIDEO IN

VIDEO IN

LEFT

AUDIO IN

Pr/Cr

RIGHT

AUDIO IN

Pb/Cb

Y

Back of TV

AUDIO IN LEFT

RIGHT

AUDIO IN

Pr/Cr

Pb/Cb

L R COAXIAL

A

U

D

I

O

VIDEO Y Pb Pr

D

E

V

I

O

Connect the Y/Pb/Pr VIDEO OUT on the DVD player to the corresponding jack on your TV by using component video cable (not supplied).

Match the cable colors to the jack colors.

Connect the AUDIO OUT (Left/Right) on the

DVD player to the corresponding AUDIO IN jacks on TV by using audio cables (supplied).

Match the cables color to the jack colors.

L R COAXIAL

D

I

A

U

O

VIDEO Y Pb Pr

D

E

V

I

O

Connect the VIDEO OUT jack on the DVD player to the corresponding VIDEO IN jack on your TV by using composite video cable (cable supplied) or component video cable (not supplied).

Connect the COAXIAL jack of the DVD player to the corresponding DIGITAL AUDIO

IN jack on your AV Receiver (cable not supplied). In this case, do not use the player's audio left and right output.

Warning!

– Connect the DVD player directly to your

TV, instead of eg. a VCR, to avoid distortion because DVD video discs are copy protected.

– Do not connect the DVD player AUDIO

OUT to PHONO IN of your player.

– Set DIGITAL OUTPUT correctly. See page 19. The Stereo must support MPEG2 or Dolby Digital

TM

.

Check the Stereo’s manual to be sure.

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Preparation

Replacing battery (lithium

CR2025) into the remote control

1

Pull out the lithium battery compartment

A

.

2

Replace a new battery and fully insert the battery compartment back to the original position.

DC - - - 3V CR2025

LITHIUM BATTERY

+

CR +

3 V

CR2025

CAUTION!

– Insert the plastic protective sheet if they are exhausted or not to be used for a long time.

– Batteries contain chemical substances, so they should be disposed off properly and kept away from children.

Using the Remote Control

Pull out the plastic protective sheet which is used to keep the lithium battery fresh.

Direct the remote control at the remote sensor of the DVD player.

Do not drop or give the remote control a shock.

Do not leave the remote control in extremely hot or humid places.

Do not spill water or put anything wet on the remote control.

DC - - - 3V CR2025

LITHIUM BATTERY

Connecting the Power Supply

1

Plug the female end of the power cable supplied into the power connector on the rear of the player.

2

Plug the male end of the cord into an AC outlet.

Note: When the DVD player is switched to

Standby mode, it is still consuming some power. If you wish to disconnect your player completely from the mains, withdraw the plug from the AC Outlet.

Switching On

1

Be sure that the DVD player has been correctly connected to the TV and audio equipment.

2

Switch on the TV and DVD player.

3

Set the TV to the correct Video In channel. (eg.

EXT1, EXT2, AV1, AV2, AUDIO/VIDEO, etc.

Please refer to your TV owner's manual for details.)

The player display lights and the default screen appears on the TV.

4

If you are using an external equipment (eg. audio system or receiver), turn it on and select the appropriate input source for the DVD player output. Refer to the equipment owner’s manual for detail.

Smart Power On/Off

When in STOP or NO DISC mode, the DVD player will switch to standby mode after 15 minutes without any operations for saving energy.

It is easily reactivated by pressing the POWER or

PLAY key on the remote control or the PLAY button on the front panel.

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Operation

Basic Playback

1

Press POWER on the top panel to turn on the

DVD player. Turn on your TV. Set it to the correct

Video In channel.

2

Press OPEN/CLOSE on the top panel to open the disc compartment.

3

Place the Disc on the Disc hub, with the label facing up and then press down.

After recognizing the disc, the player will start to playback automatically.

4

Wait for the Disc to stop spinning completely before you reach to remove the Disc or touch the Disc.

Notes:

– DVDs may have a region code. Your player will not play discs that have a region code different from the region code of your player.

– If ‘Disc Lock’ is set to LOCK and the disc inserted is not authorized, the 6-digit code must be entered and/or the disc must be authorized (see

‘Disc Lock’).

General Operation

Note: All instructions set out below refer to the remote control, unless otherwise stated.

Video control during playback

STOP/PLAY

1

If you press the STOP key once, you can later resume from the point at which you stopped by pressing the PLAY key. If you pressed the STOP key twice, the player will start from the beginning of the disc.

PAUSE

1

To get a still picture, press PAUSE key during playback.

2

To step forward to the next frame picture, press

PAUSE key again.

(This is not available for CD.)

3

To resume normal playback, press PLAY.

SEARCH

1

To search the contents in fast speed, press the

2 or

1

for fast forward/backward searching.

2

To select different searching speeds, press the

2 or

1

again.

3

Press PLAY to return to normal playback.

Slow Motion

1

To get a slow motion effect during playback, press

3 or

4

.

2

To select different searching speeds, press

3 or

4 repeatedly.

3

Press PLAY to return to normal play back.

1

To get a slow motion effect during playback, press

4

.

2

To select different searching speeds, press

4

again.

3

Press the PLAY key to return to normal play back.

NOTE:

- The SLOW BACKWARD function is not available for Super VCD/VCD discs.

Audio control during playback

MUTE

1

Press the MUTE key to disable the sound output.

2

Press the MUTE key again to deactivate mute.

Audio channel selection

1

Super VCD has two stereo audio channels which are used for the audio language selection.

2

Press the AUDIO key on the remote control to select the audio channels you want.

3

VCD has only one stereo audio channel, you can select STEREO, LEFT MONO, RIGHT MONO or

MIX-MONO by pressing the AUDIO key on the remote control.

STEREO: Output the left and right audio channels of the disc through the left and right audio sockets accordingly.

MONO LEFT: Output the left audio channels of the disc through the left and right audio sockets.

MONO RIGHT: Output the right audio channels of the disc through the left and right audio sockets.

MIX MONO: each of the audio sockets can output the same audio effect as stereo.

Note: If you choose digital audio output and set

DIGITAL OUTPUT to ALL, you can not select LEFT

MONO and RIGHT MONO with the AUDIO key.

Repeat/Shuffle

You may play a Chapter, Track, Title, or entire Disc repeatedly.

1

During disc playback, press REPEAT to choose a

Repeat option.

DVD disc: You can choose TITLE or CHAPTER, which means repeat playing the Title or Chapter.

VCD disc: You can choose TRACK or ALL, which means repeat playing the Track or the whole disc.

2

Press REPEAT to choose SHUFFLE or SHUFFLE

REPEAT. The Tracks, Chapters, and/or Titles will play in random order (SHUFFLE) instead of the order recorded (1, 2, 3, etc.). If you choose

SHUFFLE REPEAT, all the Tracks, Chapters, and/or

Titles will play in random order repeatedly.

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Operation

3

To cancel repeat or shuffled playback, press

REPEAT until all the repeat and shuffle modes disappear from the TV screen.

Note: If you want to use this funciton in VCD discs, please set PBC off firstly.

Repeat A-B

DVD-Video Discs: repeat a sequence in a title or chapter

Video and Audio CDs: repeat a sequence in a track

1

Press REPEAT A- B at your chosen starting point.

2

Press REPEAT A- B again at your chosen end point.

The section A and B can be set only within the same chapter/track.

The section will now repeat continuously.

3

To resume normal playback, press REPEAT A-B again.

Virtual Remote Control

Frame-by-Frame

Reverse Slow

Motion

Previous

Chapter/Track

Reverse Search

Audio language

Subtitles

Forward

Slow Motion

Next Chapter/

Track

Forward Search

Pause

Camera Angles

0

Press and hold

¡1

key during playback. Then a

Virtual Remote will be displayed at the down left corner of the screen. Press

341 2

to select a button in the virtual remote, and then press OK in the real remote to activate the button’s function.

When you activate Virtual Remote Control, you also can use the real remote control to do any operation.

When you activate Virtual Remote Control,

341 2 keys will not be used to search time.

5 Disc Resume

This player can resume playback of the last 5 discs, even if the disc was ejected or the DVD player is in Standby mode.

1

Load one disc, which is one of the last 5 discs.

2

Press PLAY when DVD player is recognizing the disc. If the information of this disc has been stored in the memory of DVD player, it will be played back from the stop point last time.

10

OSD (On-Screen Display)

This function will provide some information about your playing disc on the screen.

0

Press DISPLAY key on the remote control.

Title/Chapter/Track Selection

1

Press

3 4 to select TITLE, CHAPTER or

TRACK.

2

Press OK.

3

Press the numerical keys to enter the Title,

Chapter, or Track number you want.

DVD player will playback selected title.

Time Search

1

Press

3 4

to select TIME DISP. Press OK. Press

3 4

to highlight a display type, then press OK.

The selected display type and its counter will appear at the bottom of the display.

The following display types will be available, depending on the Disc in the Player.

For DVD discs:

CHAPTER ELAPSED - elapsed playing time of current Chapter;

CHAPTER REMAIN - remaining playing time of current Chapter;

TITLE ELAPSED - elapsed playing time of current

Title;

TITLE REMAIN - remaining playing time of current Title.

For VCD/SVCD discs:

TOTAL ELAPSED - elapsed playing time of current Disc;

TOTAL REMAIN - remaining playing time of current Disc;

SINGLE ELAPSED - elapsed playing time of current Track;

SINGLE REMAIN - remaining playing time of current Track.

2

Press OK to select the time counter beside TT

TIME, CH TIME, TRACK TIME or DISC TIME.

3

Press the numerical keys to enter the elapsed playing time at which you want to resume playback.

Enter the time in hours, minutes, and seconds.

Play will start at that point.

Press

1

to quit and reselect TT TIME, CH TIME,

TRACK TIME or DISC TIME.

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Operation

Zoom

You can reduce or enlarge the video image during playback.

1

Press ZOOM repeatedly during Disc playback to make the picture two, three, or four times larger.

Or, keep pressing ZOOM to reduce the picture to 1/2, 1/3, or 1/4 its normal size.

Press

341 2

to move around in the enlarged picture.

2

To return the picture to regular size, press ZOOM until the picture returns to its normal size.

NOTE: This function is NOT available for some

DVD discs.

Special DVD Features

Playing a Title

A DVD disc may have one or more titles. This depends on the content (a movie, video clips, a drama series, etc.) on the disc.

0

After you load a disc, information about the content shows on the screen waiting for your selection. You can also press the TITLE key on the remote control to turn back to the title menu during playback.

Press the appropriate numerical key or

341

2

keys on the remote control to highlight your selection.

Press the OK key to confirm.

Playing a Chapter

When you have selected a title , it may include one or more chapters.

0

Any time you want to watch another chapter during playback, press DISC MENU key to turn back to the chapter menu (If disc has chapter menu).

Press the appropriate numerical key or

341

2

keys on the remote control to highlight your selection.

Press the OK key to confirm.

After a chapter has been selected, you also can press the

¡1 or

2™

key to make a change.

Smart Play

Some DVDs start play with movie previews, advertisements, or other theatrical trailers. To skip these and play the main feature, use Smart Play.

0

After one DVD disc is loaded and the DVD

VIDEO is displayed on the screen, press and hold the

2™

key until the SMART PLAY is displayed.

The movie content will be played back directly.

Note: Some DVD discs will not be available for this function.

Camera Angle

Some discs contain scenes which have been shot simultaneously from various angles.

This DVD player allows you to select the desired camera angle.

0

Press the ANGLE key on your remote control.

NOTE: The function is available only for the DVD discs which have several angles recorded .

Changing the Audio Language

0

Press AUDIO repeatedly to select the different languages.

NOTE: The function will be activated only if the

DVD is recorded with multi-language audio tracks.

Subtitles

0

Press SUBTITLE repeatedly to select the different subtitles.

0

Press SUBTITLE for about 2 seconds to switch subtitle on or off.

NOTE: The function will be activated, only if the

DVD or Super VCD is recorded with multi-subtitles.

Special VCD & SVCD Features

Playback Control (PBC)

PBC function allows you to enter the index menu which is used to select a track after loading the

VCD & SVCD disc.

If you want to activate the function during the playback or after pressing the STOP key twice,

1

press the DISC MENU key on the remote control to set the PBC On.

Pay attention to the hint on the screen.

2

Use the

¡1 or

2™

key to select the page you like.

If the items of the index menus are numbered, press the appropriate numerical key on the remote control.

press the OK key to confirm.

3

Press the RETURN key to enter the index menu during the playback.

NOTE:

-

The content of the index menu depends on the disc. Please refer to the disc’s instructions for details.

-

If the disc doesn't include the PBC information, this function will have no effect.

If you want to skip the index menu and playback directly from the beginning,

1

press the DISC MENU key on the remote control to switch off the function.

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Operation

Preview Function

0

Press the PREVIEW key to enter previewing menu.

0

Press

34 key to highlight TRACK DIGEST, DISC

INTERVAL or TRACK INTERVAL.

0

Press OK key to open one option.

2

Disc Interval

If you select DISC INTERVAL, the Disc contents will be divided into six segments. This helps you preview the contents of the entire Disc.

0

After you enter the menu of any digest type,

To quit preview function: Press

341 2 to highlight EXIT and press OK to confirm.

To return to the previewing menu for selecting the other digest type: Press

341 2 to highlight

MENU and press OK to confirm.

1

Track Digest

If you select TRACK DIGEST, the first five seconds of each Track will play. This introduces you to the contents of each Track on the Disc.

- To start playing the Disc from a certain interval,

press

341 2

to go to the SELECT line in the

display at the bottom of the screen.

- Press the numerical keys to choose a segment

(1-6), then press OK to start play from that point.

3

Track Interval

If you select TRACK INTERVAL, the current Track will be divided into six parts. This helps you see the contents of the current Track.

- To choose your desired track, please press

341 2

to go to the SELECT line in the display at the

bottom of the TV screen. Press the numerical

keys to enter the Track you want.

To see other Tracks, press Previous

¡1

or Next

2™

on the remote.

- Press the OK key to start playback.

- To play the Track from a certain interval, press

341 2

to go to the SELECT line.

- Press the numerical keys (1-6) to choose a

segment, then press OK to start play from that

point.

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This player can playback JPEG format pictures and

MP3 files on a personally recorded CD-R/RW disc or commercial CD, and is compatible with

Kodak Picture CD.

0

Playback songs one by one automatically.

0

Album and track selection.

0

Repeat/Shuffle Playback (disc / album / track / picture).

0

Picture Preview.

0

Select any music or pictures from the disc to playback them together.

0

Program Playback.

0

Maximum number of files within one folder is 500

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Maximum files Programmable is 100.

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MP3: Maximum supported Bitrate is 256kbits or

48kHz in Variable Bitrate mode

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JPEG: Maximum supported resolution is 3072 x

2048 (for baseline JPG pictures), or 2000 x 1500

(for progressive JPG pictures).

General Operation

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If you choose WITH MENU in the Setup Menu

(Please refer to the MP3 & JPEG navigator below

), the Picture CD/MP3 CD menu will be shown on the screen before playback.

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At any time during playback, press DISC MENU to return to the menu.

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Press

3

or

4

to highlight an Jpeg file in the Disc's menu, then the picture will be previewed on the right side of the menu.

MP3 & JPEG Navigator

To select a different playback method, follow the steps below.

1

At STOP mode, press the SYSTEM MENU key to open the setup menu.

2

Press

2 to highlight the

PREFERENCE PAGE

icon at the top of the menu.

3

Press OK or

4 to open the PREFERENCE menu.

4

Press the

3 4

key to highlight the MP3/JPEG

NAV menu.

5

Press the

2

key to enter the menu.

6

Press the

3 4

key to highlight the WITHOUT

MENU or WITH MENU item.

WITHOUT MENU: playback mp3 files automatically in according to the date sequence.

WITH MENU: playback files in the selected folder.

8

Press the OK key to confirm your selection.

Picture CD & MP3 Playback

Play Mode

Playback Selection

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One way is to press the number of your favourite file to play the file at any time during playback.

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Another way is to select via the menu.

1

Press DISC MENU to open the Picture CD/MP3

CD menu.

2

When the menu appears on the screen , press the

3 4

key to select the folder you want and press the OK to open it.

3

Press

3

or

4

to highlight a file in the folder and press OK to confirm.

The playback will start from this file.

Repeat / Shuffle

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During JPEG play, press REPEAT to choose:

REPEAT ONE - Keep the current JPEG image still on the screen.

REPEAT ALL - Play all files on the Disc repeatedly.

SHUFFLE - Play files in random order.

REPEAT OFF - Cancel all repeat options and resume normal playback.

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While the menu is on the screen, press REPEAT to choose:

FOLDER - All file in the current folder will play once.

REPEAT ONE - Keep a JPEG image still on the screen or plays an MP3 file repeatedly.

REPEAT FOLDER - Play files in the selected folder repeatedly.

SHUFFLE - Play files in random order.

Program Playback

1

While the Disc menu is on the screen and play is stopped, press

1

to switch into the FILELIST.

FILELIST will flash briefly at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press

3 or

4

to choose a file to add to the playlist, then press

2

. ADD TO PLAYLIST will appear briefly at the bottom of the screen. (To remove an item from the Program, press

1

to go to the PLAYLIST. Press

3 or

4

to choose the item, then press

2

to remove it. REMOVE FROM

PLAYLIST will appear briefly at the bottom of the screen.) The maximum number of files for a

Program is 100.

3

To play the Program, press

3 or

4

to select any item in the PLAYLIST, then press OK to start playing the Program from that point.

To quit the PLAYLIST, press

1

.

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Picture CD & MP3 Playback

Special JPEG Features

Function Introduction

Picture CD is a disc with a collection of JPEG format pictures, and all extension filenames should end with 'JPG'. The CD can be recorded on any computer, and pictures may be from digital camera or scanner. If the customers prefer, they can make this CD become a Digital Album.

You can choose any general function introduced in GENERAL OPERATION, besides, you also can,

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Display the thumbnails of 12 pictures.

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Zoom the picture.

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Rotate the picture.

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Flip the picture vertically or horizontally.

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Play pictures by different wipe types.

Preview Function

This function shows the content of the current folder or the whole disc.

1

Press the STOP key during playback of JPEG pictures. You will see the thumbnails of 12 pictures on the screen.

2

Press

2™

or

¡1

key to display the other pictures on the next or the previous page.

3

Press the

1 2 3 4

key to highlight one of them and press OK to playback. Or,

Move the cursor to select filmstrip icon at the bottom of the screen, then press OK.

This will start playback at the first picture on the current page.

4

Press DISC MENU to go to the Picture CD/MP3

CD menu.

Zoom picture

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During playback, press ZOOM key to display the picture with different scales.

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Press the

1 2 3 4

key to move or pan through the picture.

Note: When the Jpeg Zoom function is activated, some keys like SYSTEM SETUP, PLAY, etc. can not be used normally.

Playback with multi-angles

When displaying one picture on TV screen

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Press the

3 4 1 2 key to get different effects.

3

key: Flip the picture vertically.

4

key: Flip the picture horizontally.

1

key: rotate the picture anti-clockwise.

2

key: rotate the picture clockwise.

Wipe Type

0

Press ANGLE repeatedly during JPEG play to choose how the pictures will transfer in/out during play. The default setting is RANDOM.

Special MP3 Features

Function Introduction

“MP3” stands for “MPEG Audio Layer-3” and is a part of the MPEG standard. A CD can store up to

10 hours of MP3 audio, which is nearly 10 times as much as an Audio CD. Each song is recorded as a file . You can choose any general function introduced in GENERAL OPERATION. You can also choose different playback speeds.

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To automatically playback MP3 after loading a

MP3 CD without Jpeg pictures, you can choose

WITHOUT MENU in the MP3/JPEG NAV menu.

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To stop the track, press STOP key during playback.

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To fast forward or fast reverse the track during playback at two, four, eight, 16, or 32 times the normal playback speed, press

2

or

1 key.

0

To select next or previous track, press

2™

or

¡1 key.

JPEG and MP3 simultaneous playback

1

Start playing the MP3 file as described above.

2

Select a JPEG for playback as described above.

3

To stop simultaneous playback, press DISC MENU to stop JPEG playback. Then press

STOP

to stop

MP3 playback.

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Setup Menu

Program (not for Picture CD/MP3)

General Setup menu

Some settings need to be made in this menu.

They are: DISC LOCK, PROGRAM, OSD

LANGUAGE and SCREEN SAVER.

Follow the steps below:

1

Press the SYSTEM MENU key in STOP mode to enter the setup menu.

2

The GENERAL SETUP PAGE will be selected.

3

Press the OK or

4 key to confirm selection.

OSD language

This option is to let you to select a language for information displayed on TV screen.

1

To choose PROGRAM, press

34

keys.

2

Press the

2

key to select the item INPUT MENU, then press OK.

The PROGRAM menu will appear. This is where you enter the Track/Chapter numbers in the order in which you want to play them.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight OSD

LANGUAGE in the GENERAL SETUP menu.

OSD LANGUAGE will be highlighted in green.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected language.

4

Press the OK key to confirm.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Input your favorite track

1

Input valid track number by pressing the numerical keys.

The number of available Titles, Chapters, or

Tracks will appear at the top of the screen.

2

Use the

1 234

buttons to move to other

Program positions.

If the track number is more than ten, press

Previous

¡1 or Next

2™

to access other

Program pages. Or, press

1 234 to highlight

NEXT button, and then press OK.

3

Repeat this process to fill the Program.

Remove a track

1

Press the

1 234

keys to move the cursor to the track you want to remove.

2

Press OK or PLAY

2 key to remove this track.

Playback tracks

When programing is completed,

1

Press the

1 234

keys to select

START

at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press OK.

The Program will start playing automatically.

3

When the disc is loaded again, you also can playback the tracks in the program menu.

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Setup Menu

Quit the program playback

In the PROGRAM menu,

1

Press the

1 234

keys to select

EXIT

at the bottom of the screen.

2

Press the OK key to quit this menu.

Stop the program playback

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To resume normal playback, press STOP

9

twice to stop playing the Program. Press PLAY

2

to start play at the beginning of the Disc.

Repeat the program playback

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During playback of the programmed tracks, press the REPEAT key. You can choose playback a track in the program menu repeatedly or all of the tracks in program menu repeatedly.

Disc Lock

When the disc is locked, the player will store its specific code into the memory for future identification . After loading the disc next time, the

DVD player will prompt you to enter the password. Then, press OK to load the disc.

Screen Saver

This function is used to turn the screen saver on or off.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight SCREEN SAVER in the GENERAL SETUP menu.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

ON: In STOP or No DISC mode, if no actions are performed within 5~6 minutes, the screen saver will be activated. Press the POWER or

PLAY key on the remote control or the PLAY key on the front panel to restore the normal mode.

OFF: Screen saver is disabled.

4

Press OK to confirm.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight DISC LOCK in the

GENERAL SETUP menu.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Press the

34

keys to select LOCK or UNLOCK, then press OK to confirm.

LOCK: Lock the disc being played.

UNLOCK: unlock the disc.

4

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NOTE:

1. When a locked disc is loading, the DVD player will prompt you to enter your password (842100 is the default password).

2. To change the password , refer to the

PASSWORD chapter.

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Analog Audio Setup menu

This menu is used to adjust some of the Player’s analog audio settings, such as DOWNMIX, D.R.C.

(Dynamic Range Compression), SOUND MODE, and 3D SOUND .

1

Press SYSTEM MENU in STOP mode.

2

Press the

1 2

keys to highlight the AUDIO

SETUP PAGE icon at the top of the menu.

3

Press OK or

4 to confirm.

Setup Menu

D.R.C. (Dynamic Range

Compression)

4

ANALOG AUDIO SETUP will be highlighted.

Press OK.

DOWNMIX

The DVD player will compress the dynamic range of its sound output for late-night listening.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight D.R.C..

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

ON: Enable D.R.C.

OFF: Disable D.R.C.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Sound Mode

Select the sound mode that matches the type of music you play most often. These preset sound modes adjust the frequency bands of the audio to enhance your favourite music style.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight the DOWNMIX.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

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LT/RT

If you connected the Player to a stereo that has Dolby Pro Logic.

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STEREO

If you connected the Player to a TV or Stereo that has left and right Audio in jacks but does not have Dolby Pro Logic.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight the SOUND

MODE.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

NONE: Playback the disc with its original sound effects.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

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Setup Menu

3D SOUND

The 3D SOUND can simulate the echoes and frequencies that may be available in a particular environment. Choose the environment that you would like to recreate by changing the 3D

SOUND setting.

Digital Output

If you connected the Player to a Stereo using the

COAXIAL jack, adjust DIGITAL OUTPUT (audio) as described below. If you are not using the

COAXIAL jack, no adjustment is necessary.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight the 3D SOUND.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

OFF: Playback the disc with original sound effects.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Digital Audio Setup menu

Use the DIGITAL AUDIO SETUP to adjust some of the Player’s digital sudio settings.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight DIGITAL

OUTPUT.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Press the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

ALL: To select the original default audio settings as received by most Stereos.

PCM ONLY: If your stereo is PCM-compatible, or can not decode MPEG-2 or DTS audio. Refer to your Stereo manual for details.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Note: If DIGITAL OUTPUT is set to ALL, all audio settings except MUTE are invalid.

LPCM Output

If you connect the DVD player to a PCM compatible Stereo via the digital terminals, such as coaxial etc, you may need to select LPCM

OUTPUT.

Discs are recorded in a certain sampling rate. The higher the sampling rate, the better the sound quality.

1

Press SYSTEM MENU in STOP mode.

2

Press the

1 2

keys to highlight the AUDIO

SETUP PAGE icon at the top of the menu.

3

Press OK or

4 to confirm.

4

Press the

34

keys to select DIGITAL AUDIO

SETUP. Press OK.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight the LPCM

OUTPUT.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

48K: Playback a disc recorded at the sampling rate of 48kHz.

96K: Playback a disc recorded at the sampling rate of 96kHz.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

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Setup Menu

Video Setup menu

There are items included in VIDEO SETUP menu such as TV TYPE, TV DISPLAY, CLOSED

CAPTIONS, SMART PICTURE, PICTURE

SETTING.

1

Press SYSTEM MENU in STOP mode to enter the menu.

2

Press the

1 2

keys to highlight the VIDEO SETUP

PAGE icon at the top of the menu.

3

Press OK or

4 to confirm.

TV Type

Before viewing the DVD or VCD, ensure that the

PAL or NTSC setting of the system matches your

TV set.

TV Display

16:9

4:3

Letter Box

4:3

Pan Scan

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight TV TYPE in the

VIDEO SETUP menu.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight one option.

MULTI: If your TV is compatible with both

NTSC and PAL and you want the DVD Player to automatically select the color system of the current DVD.

PAL: To output image in PAL system.

NTSC: To output image in NTSC system.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NTSC/PAL Conversion

This player is equipped with a NTSC/PAL conversion feature to convert the video output of the disc to match your TV system. The conversions supported are as below:

DVD

Type

Disc

Format

NTSC

NTSC

Output format

Selected mode

PAL MULTI

NTSC PAL

NTSC

VCD

PAL

NTSC

NTSC

NTSC

PAL

PAL

PAL

NTSC

PAL

NTSC PAL

PAL

Notes:

– I f you choose MULTI, please ensure that your

TV set has both the NTSC and PAL systems.

Select the aspect ratio of the TV to be connected.

16:9

when you connect a wide-screen TV to the DVD player.

4:3 LETTERBOX

when you connect a normal TV to the DVD player. Displays a wide picture with bands displayed on the upper and lower portions of the TV screen.

4:3 PAN SCAN

when you connect a normal

TV to the DVD player. Displays the wide picture on the whole TV screen with a portion automatically cut off.

Setup the item as follows,

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight the TV DISPLAY option in the VIDEO SETUP menu.

2

Enter its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Note : PanScan output is not available on all discs.

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Setup Menu

Closed Captions

Closed captions are hidden in the video signal of some Discs. Different than subtitles, closed captions are intended for the hearing impaired and also show sound effects. For example, closed captions may include information such as “phone ringing” or “footsteps approaching,” while a subtitle would only show spoken text.

Though you can turn on Closed Captions in the

DVD Player’s menu, the captions must be available on the Disc. Also make sure you turn on

Closed Captioning on your TV. Otherwise, the captions will not appear.

Picture Setting

In this menu you can personalize the picture color by adjusting brightness, contrast, tint and color.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight PICTURE

SETTING in the VIDEO SETUP menu.

2

Press OK to open its submenu.

Brightness/Contrast/Tint/Color

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight BRIGHTNESS,

CONTRAST, TINT or COLOR.

2

Press the

2

key.

An adjustment scale will appear on the TV screen.

1

Press

3 4

to select CLOSED CAPTIONS.

2

Press

2 to enter its submenu.

3

Press

3

or

4

to select ON or OFF, then press

OK. Your selection will be highlighted in brown.

4

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

Smart Picture

In this menu, you can choose a picture setting from a fixed set of ideal predefined picture settings.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight SMART PICTURE in the VIDEO SETUP menu.

2

Press the

2

key to highlight the item of the submenu.

3

Press the

34

keys to choose an item.

STANDARD: select a standard picture setting.

BRIGHT: make the TV picture brighter.

SOFT: make the TV picture softer.

PERSONAL: achieve the color effect set in the PICTURE SETTING menu.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

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Setup Menu

3

Press the

2 1

keys to adjust the element you selected.

For BRIGHTNESS, choosing a more positive value brightens the color on the screen and seems to add white to the picture. Choosing a more negative value darkens the colors in the picture. Choose zero (0) for the average setting.

For CONTRAST, choosing a more positive value adds more noticeable difference between the black and white in your picture and sharpens the picture. Choose a more negative

CONTRAST value to blur the distinction between black and white in the picture. The picture will not seem as sharp.

For TINT, choose a more positive value to add red to the picture. Choose a negative value to add yellow to the picture. Choose zero (0) to balance the reds and yellows in the picture. You can adjust TINT when you need people’s skin tones to look more natural.

For COLOR, choose a more positive value to increase the color in your picture. To decrease the color in the picture, choose a more negative value. As you decrease the COLOR, the picture becomes more black and white. Choose zero (0) to balance the color.

4

Press OK key to save the setting and return to the PICTURE SETTING SETUP menu.

Preference Setup menu

There are options included in PREFERENCE menu such as AUDIO, SUBTITLE, DISC MENU,

PARENTAL, PASSWORD, DEFAULT and MP3/

JPEG NAV.

1

Press the

STOP

key twice.

2

Press

SYSTEM MENU

to enter the menu.

3

Press

2 to highlight the

PREFERENCE PAGE

icon at the top of the menu.

4

Press

OK

or

4

.

Audio language

DVD discs are recorded in multiple audio languages. Choose the language you want to hear by adjusting AUDIO.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight AUDIO.

2

Enter the submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected option.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NOTE: Your DVD disc may not include the audio language which you set in the AUDIO menu. If so, the player will use another audio language instead.

Subtitle language

Some DVDs include subtitles, which you can choose under SUBTITLE in the PREFERENCE

PAGE.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight SUBTITLE.

2

Enter the submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected option.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NOTE: Your DVD disc may not include the subtitle which you set in the SUBTITLE menu. If so, the player will use another subtitle language instead.

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Setup Menu

Disc Menu language

DVDs have a Disc menu that lets you select features. Disc menus may be available in multiple languages. To choose a language, follow these steps.

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight DISC MENU.

2

Enter the submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight the selected item.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NOTE: If your DVD disc doesn’t include the disc menu language you have set, the player will use another recorded language instead.

If you choose OTHERS in AUDIO,

SUBTITLE or DISC MENU menu,

You can select other languages. Please do as follows,

1

Move the cursor by pressing the

34

keys to highlight OTHERS.

2

Press OK.

The DVD player will prompt you to enter a language code (Four digits).

3

Input a language code by pressing numerical keys.

Please look up the language code in the chapter LANGUAGE CODE.

4

Press OK.

Parental Control

Movies on DVDs may contain scenes which are not suitable for children . Therefore, discs may contain ‘Parental Control’ information which applies to the complete disc or to certain scenes on the disc. These scenes are rated from 1 to 8, and alternative, more suitable scenes are available on the disc. Ratings are country dependent. The

‘Parental Control’ feature allows you to prevent discs from being played by your children or to have certain discs played with alternative scenes.

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VCD, SVCD, CD have no level indication, so parental control function has no effect on those kinds of discs. This applies to most illegal DVD discs.

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You can follow the steps below to setup the parental control:

1

Press the

34

keys to highlight PARENTAL.

2

Move to its submenu by pressing the

2

key.

3

Then use the

3

/

4

keys to highlight a rating for the disc inserted.

4

Press OK.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

No Parental Control

Parental Control is not activated. The Disc will be played in full.

1

Select ADULT item.

2

Press OK.

Ratings 1 to 7:

Some discs contain scenes which are not suitable for children. All scenes with a rating higher than you set will be skipped during playback. However if the disc contains alternate scenes, these will play automatically. If not, the playback will stop and the six digits code will need to be entered again.

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Default Setup

If problems occur while setting up the DVD player, the DEFAULT function can be used to reset all options to the factory defaults and all your personal settings will be erased.

Setup Menu

Password

This item is used for the parental control and disc lock. Enter your six digit password when a hint is displayed on the screen.

1

Press

SYSTEM MENU

to enter the menu.

2

Press

2

to highlight the

PASSWORD SETUP

PAGE

icon at the top of the menu. Press

OK

or

4

.

3

PASSWORD

will be highlighted. Press

2

to highlight

CHANGE

, then press

OK

.

1

Press

34

to highlight DEFAULT.

2

Highlight RESET by pressing the

2

key.

3

Press OK.

4

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

CAUTION: When this function is activated, all setups will be reset to factory defaults.

MP3/JPEG Navigator

This menu allows you to select alternate settings when you playback picture CD and MP3 CD.

4

Press the numerical keys to enter the current sixdigit password. (If this is the first time you have set a password, you do not have to enter an OLD

PASSWORD. The numbers you enter will go into the NEW PASSWORD box instead.)

1

Press

3 4

to highlight MP3/JPEG NAV.

2

Press

2

to enter the submenu.

3

Press

3 4

to highlight WITHOUT MENU or

WITH MENU.

WITHOUT MENU: playback MP3 CD in sequence automatically.

WITH MENU: playback Jpeg pictures or MP3 music in the selected folder.

4

Press OK key to confirm your selection.

5

Press

1 key to return to the top menu, or press

SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

5

If successful, the player will prompt for a new sixdigit password in the NEW PASSWORD box.

6

After that, enter the new password again to reconfirm in the CONFIRM PWD box.

7

Press OK to save the new password. The previous menu will appear.

8

Press SYSTEM MENU to remove the menus.

NOTE:

1. You can change the setup of parental control and load a locked disc with a valid password being entered.

2. If you forget your password, you can enter the default password 842100 .

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Specifications

PLAYBACK SYSTEM

DVD Video

Video CD & SVCD

CD

PICTURE CD

MP3-CD

CD-R, CD-RW

DVD+R, DVD+RW

VIDEO PERFORMANCE

* CVBS 1Vpp --- 75

*Component video Y: 1.00Vpp --- 75

Pr : 0.7Vpp --- 75

Pb: 0.7Vpp --- 75

AUDIO FORMAT

Digital Mpeg/ AC-3/ DTS compressed Digital

PCM 16, 20, 24 bits

fs, 44.1, 48, 96 kHz

MP3(ISO 9660) 24, 32, 56, 64, 96, 128,

256 kbps & variable

bit rate fs, 16, 22.05,

24, 32, 44.1, 48 kHz

Analog Sound Stereo

AUDIO PERFORMANCE

DA Converter

Signal-Noise (1KHz)

24bit

100dB

Dynamic range(1KHz) >90dB

DVD fs 96 kHz 4Hz- 44kHz

fs 48 kHz 4Hz- 22kHz

SVCD fs 48 kHz 4Hz- 22kHz

fs 44.1kHz 4Hz- 20kHz

CD/VCD fs 44.1kHz 4Hz- 20kHz

TV STANDARD (PAL/50Hz) (NTSC/60Hz)

Number of lines

Playback

625 525

Multistandard (PAL/NTSC)

CONNECTIONS

Component Video Output Cinch

Video Output Cinch

Audio Output(L+R)

Digital Output

Cinch

1 coaxial

IEC958 for CDDA / LPCM

IEC1937 for MPEG1, MPEG 2, Dolby

Digital and DTS

CABINET

Dimensions (w x d x h)

Weight

216 x 216x 45 mm

Approximately 0.8 Kg

Specifications subject to change without prior notice

POWER CONSUMPTION

Power consumption < 8 W

Power consumption in Standby mode < 1.2W

Maintenance

Cleaning the Disc Compartment

Always close the CD door to keep the CD compartment dust-free. To clean, dust the compartment with a soft dry cloth. Do not use a solution containing alcohol, spirits, ammonia or abrasives.

Cleaning Discs

When a disc becomes dirty, clean it with a cleaning cloth. Wipe the disc from the center out.

Do not wipe in a circular motion.

Do not use solvents such as benzine, thinner, commercially available cleaners, or antistatic spray intended for analog records.

Cleaning the disc lens

After prolonged use, dirt or dust may accumulate at the disc lens. To ensure good playback quality, clean the disc lens with Philips CD Lens Cleaner or any commercially available cleaner. Follow the instructions supplied with cleaner.

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Language Codes

You will need these codes if you want a different language for Subtitles, Audio, or Disc menus.

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Language Codes

You will need these codes if you want a different language for Subtitles, Audio, or Disc menus.

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Troubleshooting

WARNING

Under no circumstances should you try to repair the system yourself, as this will invalidate the warranty. Do not open the system as there is a risk of electric shock.

If a fault occurs, first check the points listed below before taking the system for repair. If you are unable to remedy a problem by following these hints, consult your dealer or service center.

Problem Solution

No power

– Check if the AC power cord is properly connected.

No picture

– Check if the TV is switched on.

– Check the video connection.

– Set your TV to the correct Video In channel.

Distorted picture

– The disc is badly scratched or dirty.

– Sometimes a small amount of picture distortion may appear .This is normal.

Completely distorted picture or black/white picture with DVD

– Make sure the NTSC/PAL setting at the DVD player matches the video signal of your television.

or Video CD

(See NTSC/PAL CONVERSION)

– If the picture becomes distorted after switching among PAL and NTSC, please set the SMART

PICTURE to STANDARD.

No sound or distorted sound

– Adjust the volume.

– Check that the speakers are connected correctly.

No audio at digital output

– Check the digital connections.

– Check if your receiver can decode MPEG-2 or DTS and if not, please make sure the digital output is set to PCM.

– Check if the audio format of the selected audio language matches your receiver capabilities.

– Do not connect any cables from the Player to a

Stereo’s “PHONO IN” jack.

– Deactivate mute at the DVD Player by pressing

MUTE on the Player’s remote.

Disc can’t be played

– The DVD+R/DVD+RW/CD-R must be finalized.

– Ensure the disc label is facing up.

– Check the Parental controls.

– Check the Region Code of the DVD. The DVD must be coded for All regions or Region 3 in order to play on this DVD Player.

– Check if the disc is defective by trying another disc.

_ If you record a Picture CD or MP3 CD yourself, ensure that your disc contains at least 10 pictures or

5 MP3 tracks.

No return to start-up screen after you remove a Disc.

– Reset the unit by switching the player off, then on again.

The player does not respond to the remote control

– Aim the remote control directly at the sensor on the front of the player.

– Reduce the distance to the player.

– Replace the lithium batteries in the remote control.

The Player does not work

Player does not respond to some operating commands during playback

DVD Video player cannot read

CDs/DVDs

– disconnect the power cord from the power outlet for a few ninutes. Reconnect it and try to operate the Player again as usual.

– Operations may not be permitted by the disc.

Refer to the instructions of the disc.

– Use a commonly available cleaning CD/DVD to clean the lens before sending the DVD Video player for repair.

Any setup changes can’t be stored.

– Remove the Setup Menu after make the setup, and then press POWER key to switch into the Standby mode.

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