Operating instructions | Audiovox VE920 TV DVD Combo User Manual

VE920
UNDER THE COUNTER 9” TV,
AM/FM RADIO, TELEPHONE &
DVD PLAYER
OWNER’S and INSTALL
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Slot-in DVD Player & 9” TFT LCD Monitor
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Multi-function Remote Control
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Built-in Hands Free Speaker Phone
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Cable Ready 125 Channel TV Tuner
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AM/FM Radio
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2 A/V Inputs
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Intercom Ready
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Internal Stereo Speakers
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Under Cabinet / Table Top Mounting
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INTRODUCTION
WARNING – To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose this unit to moisture.
CAUTION
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO
USER-SERVICEABLE
PARTS
INSIDE.
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE
REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS
PERSONNEL.
INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL
This symbol alerts the user to the fact that exposed “dangerous voltages”
reside within this product’s enclosure and contact with any of these voltages will
result in electric shock.
This symbol alerts the user that important and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the literature accompanying the unit.
To prevent electric shock: do not use this unit’s polarized ac plug with extension
cords, receptacles or other outlets that prevent the units plug from being fully
seated and leave any part of the blade exposed.
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INFORMATION
Installation of this equipment shall be in strict accordance with the manufacture’s instructions. Failure
to follow these instructions may cause or result in the reception of unwanted interference. This unit
complies with FCC Rules Part 15, which are designed to provide reasonable protection against
interference in a residential installation. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference with radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following means:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
- Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected
- Consult with the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
NOTE:
Record your unit’s Model Number and Serial Number in the space provided below. Refer to these
numbers if you need to call your AUDIOVOX dealer regarding this product.
MODEL No.
SERIAL No.
_____________________
_______________________
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
1.
Read Instructions – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product
is operated.
2.
Retain Instructions – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future
reference.
3.
Heed Warnings – All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be
adhered to.
13. Power-Cord Protection – Route the power supply cord in a manner that protects it from being
stepped on or pinched by items placed on it. Pay particular attention to the power cord’s plug,
and the point where the power cord exits from the product.
14. Outdoor Antenna Grounding – If an outside antenna or cable system is being connected to the
product, verify that it is properly grounded to insure some type of protection against voltage
surges and static build-up. Article 810 of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides
information with regards to proper grounding of the mast, supporting structure, grounding of the
lead-in wire to an antenna discharge unit, size of grounding conductors, location of antennadischarges unit, and connection to grounding electrode
15. Lightning – For added protection against lightning storms, or when the unit is not going to be
used for long periods of time, it is recommended that it be unplugged from the wall outlet and
disconnected from the antenna or cable system. This will prevent damage to the product due to
lightning and power-line surges.
16. Power Lines – An outside antenna system should not be located in the vicinity of overhead
power lines or other electric light or power circuit, 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.
17. Overloading – Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles,
as this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
18. Object and Liquid Entry – Never insert objects of any kind into this product through the
openings in the chassis as this may result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind
on the product.
19. Servicing – Do not attempt to service this product yourself as opening or removing covers will
expose you to dangerous voltages and other hazards. Refer servicing to qualified service
personnel.
20. 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 into the product.
C.
If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D.
If the product does not operate normally as defined by 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 it’s normal operation.
E.
F.
If the product has been dropped or damaged in any way.
When the product exhibits a significant change in performance this indicates a need or
service.
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21. Replacement Parts – When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has
used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or that have the same characteristics as
the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock or other hazards.
22. 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.
23. Mounting – The product should be mounted only as specified in this manual.
24. Heat – The product should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heating vents,
stoves, or other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Before You Begin
Installation
Remote Control Functions
Modes of Operation
Using the DVD Loader
Technical Specifications
Troubleshooting Check List
Introduction
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Important Safety Information
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Table of Contents
Contents of package
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Under Cabinet Installation
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Countertop/Desktop Installation
Front Panel Controls
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Rear Panel Controls
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Battery Installation
Remote Control Functions
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Operation
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Initial Set up
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Channel Tuning Set up
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Positioning the Screen
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Setting the Time
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SETTING THE ALARM VOLUME
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Setting and Activating The Alarm
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Deactivating Alarm
Setting the Alarm Tones
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Setting the Cable TV Mode
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Setting the Air TV Mode
Setting the Speaker Mode
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Setting the Intercom Mode
Setting the Presets (FM and AM or TV Modes) 18
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Using the DVD Loader
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Inserting and Ejecting the Disc
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Playback and Stop
Searching for a Specific Scene/Song
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by Selecting the Chapter Number
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by Using the Chapter
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by Using Playback Speed
Repetitive Playback
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To Repeat a Specific Section
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Changing the Subtitle Language
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Changing the Vocal Language
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To Enlarge a Picture
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Viewing Different Angles
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Viewing a Menu Installed in Discs
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Viewing the Playback Time, Title, Chapter Status
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Playing Audio CDs
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Playing MP3 Discs
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Playing A JPEG FILE
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SETUP (Language, Video, Rating)
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Technical Specifications
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Troubleshooting Check List
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CONTENTS OF PACKAGE
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UNDER CABINET INSTALLATION
COUNTERTOP/DESKTOP INSTALLATION
NOTE: Use caution to avoid damaging the LCD screen and the main unit when converting this unit
from an under-counter unit to a countertop unit. Leave the protective plastic on the screen until this
procedure is completed.
1)
Place the unit (with the screen facing up) on a soft padded surface.
2)
Pivot the screen so that it is perpendicular to the front of the unit and then turn it sideways.
3)
Remove the hinge guide covers (#1) using a flat blade screwdriver inserted into the removal
slots. Unscrew the mounting screws (#2).
Remove the connector from the unit (#3), be
careful not to damage the screen (#5) or wires.
4)
5)
Turn the unit over and remove the blank cover (#4)
Connect the plug of the LCD monitor into the connector (#3). NOTE: Align the “L” and “R”
stamped on the screen-mounting bracket with the “L” and “R” molded into the connector
housing.
6)
Replace the screws and slide the hinge guide covers onto the unit, be careful to not damage
the wires. NOTE: Do not over-tighten.
7)
Insert the rubber pieces (#6) (Foot, Mounting Cap - please refer to the illustration above) into
the unit. Install the blank cover on the unused port.
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FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
1)
ON/OFF BUTTON – Power ON/OFF and Standby Condition(Time Display).
2)
SET BUTTON – Press this button to set the TIME, ALARM, TV Mode or Speaker Mode.
3)
TEL BUTTON – Selects the Hands-free speakerphone function.
4)
SOURCE BUTTON – Selects the TV, FM, AM, AV1, AV2 and DVD functional modes.
5)
T/F BUTTON – Selects Clock Mode When playing a DVD (MP3, CDDA).
6)
CALL BUTTON – Press the CALL button to call another station.
7)
TALK BUTTON – To answer from a station that was called, press the TALK button and keep it
pressed while talking.
* CALL and TALK buttons are working while Intercom function is selected.
8)
9)
INT BUTTON – Selects the Intercom function.
MUTE BUTTON – Press this button to mute the audio (++++ will appear and blink on the
display when the system is muted).
10) P4 BUTTON – Selected Preset Channel “4” in the Radio or TV mode.
Stop and Eject (press and hold) button in DVD play mode.
11) P3 BUTTON – Selected Preset Channel “3” in the Radio or TV mode.
Next button in DVD play mode.
12) P2 BUTTON – Selected Preset Channel “2” in the Radio or TV mode.
Play/Pause button in DVD play mode.
13) P1 BUTTON – Selected Preset Channel “1” in the Radio or TV mode.
Previous button in DVD play mode.
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14) VOLUME UP (X) BUTTON – Press this button to raise the volume.
15) VOLUME DOWN (W) BUTTON – Press this button to lower the volume.
16) SEEK BUTTONS (TS-Right Side) – Press these buttons to go to next available channel with
sufficient signal strength.
17) CHANNEL BUTTONS (TS-Left Side) – Press these buttons to go to next available channel.
18) DISPLAY WINDOW – Displays the channel/station number, time, and selected source.
19) REMOTE INFRARED SENSORS – These sensors receive infrared command signals from the
hand held remote control unit.
20) MICROPHONE – Used for hands-free speakerphone operation.
21) SCREEN LOCK BUTTON – Used to lock screen in place.
22) Disc Insertion Slot
23) Contrast Control – Used this control to adjust the contrast.
24) Color Control – Used this control to adjust the color.
25) Brightness Control – Used this control to adjust the brightness.
REAR PANEL CONNECTIONS
1)
AC LINE CORD – Connects to AC outlet
2)
AUDIO LINE OUT – Connect to low-level input of stereo system or low-level input of computer
speaker
BATTERY INSTALLATION
(Rear View, Battery Size AAA)
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REMOTE CONTROL FUNCTIONS
(1) EJECT
(2) DVD
(3) TV
(4) SETUP
(5) SEEK DN, SEEKUP
(6) MENU
(7) FR(WW)
(8) STOP(■)
(9) PREV (IWW)
(10) Digit 0-9 Select
(11) TITLE
(12) DISPLAY
(13) SUB TITLE
(14) AUDIO
(15) SCREEN
(16) ANGLE (AP)
(17) ON/OFF
(18) A/V
(19) AM/FM
(20) TEL
(21) CH+, CH(22) ENTER
(23) MUTE
(24) FF (XX)
(25) SF (IX)
(26) NEXT (XXI)
(27) PLAY/PAUSE (XII)
(28) VOL +/(29) SEARCH
(30) REPEAT
(31) A-B Repeat
(32) ZOOM
(33) DELETE
(34) STEP (ADD)
DVD REMOTE FUNCTION
(1) EJECT: Press this button to Eject and Load the disc tray.
(2) DVD: Press this button to select DVD mode of operation.
(4) SETUP: Displays setup menu for initial user settings.
(5) SEEK DN/UP (21) CH+/-: For selecting item on menu.
(6) MENU: For displaying the menu contained in the disc. (PBC ON/OFF Function - VCD)
(7) FR (WW): Fast reverse (2X, 4X, 8X, and 20X).
(8) STOP (■): Press this button to stop disc playback
(1 time) Stop at the present playing point / (2 times) Stop playing
(9) PREV (IWW): For skipping to the next or previous chapter or track.
(10) Digit 0~9 Select: For direct selecting a chapter (or tack) and for password input.
(11) TITLE: For displaying the title menu contained in the disc.
(12) DISPLAY: For checking the current disc status.
(13) SUBTITLE: For selecting the subtitle language
(14) AUDIO: For selecting the audio language.
(15) SCREEN: Press this button to change Display Mode. Push the SCREEN Button to enlarge the
screen. The screen will be enlarged in the following order:
TV MODE:
Normal (default) -> Full
AV, DVD MODE: Full (default)
CDDA, MP3:
Full (default)
-> Normal
-> Normal
-> LCD MONITOR OFF
(16) ANGLE: If a DVD disc contains sequences recorded from different camera angles you can
change the camera angle for playback.
(17) ON/OFF: Press this button to turn power ON and OFF.
(22) ENTER: Press this button will cause the chapter (or track) change to occur immediately.
(23) MUTE: Press this button to remove all sound (++++ blanks on display window).
(24) FF (WW): Fast Forward (2X, 4X, 8X, and 20X).
(25) SF (IX): Slow Play (1/2, 1/4, 1/6, 1/7) speed in forward.
(26) NEXT (XXI): For skipping to the next chapter or track.
(27) PLAY/PAUSE (XII): Start disc playback or Pauses disc play.
(28) VOL +/-: Use these buttons to increase or decrease the volume level.
(29) SEARCH: Allows a search to a desired Chapter/Title/Song/etc.
(30) REPEAT: For repeated playback of disc title, chapter/track.
(31) A-B: For specifying and repeating playback of a section of the disc.
(32) ZOOM: For magnifying the screen (1, 2, 3 or OFF).
(34) STEP: Play forward each time button is pressed.
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TV REMOTE FUNCTION
(3) TV: Press this button to select TV mode of operation.
(5) SEEK DN/UP: Use these buttons to advance to the next higher or lower station.
(10) 0~9: Use these buttons to make a direct channel selection
(15) SCREEN: Press this button to change Display Mode.
(16) AP (Auto Program): Press this button for 0.5sec to program and save all the stations on memory.
(21) CH+/-: Use these buttons to advance to the next higher or lower channel.
(23) MUTE: Press this button to remove all sound (++++ blinks on display window)
(28) VOL+/-: Use these buttons to increase or decrease the volume.
(33) Delete: Use to remove selected channel from memory.
(34) Step (Add): Use to add a selected channel to memory.
RADIO REMOTE FUNCTION
(5) SEEK DN/UP: Use these buttons to advance to the next higher or lower station.
(19) AM/FM: Each time this button is pressed, the VE920 will alternate between AM and FM radio
bands.
(21) CH +/-: Use these buttons to advance to the next higher or lower channel.
(23) MUTE: Press this button to mute the sound (++++ blinks on display window).
(28) VOL+/-: Use these buttons to increase or decrease the volume.
MISC REMOTE FUNCTION
(20) TEL: Press this button to answer an incoming call, press again to hang up the speakerphone.
(The VE920 contains a hands-free speakerphone).
(18) A/V: Press this button to select external A/V source 1 or 2.
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OPERATION
INITIAL SETUP
This unit defaults to cable TV mode. When the unit is first powered on, it will detect the cable system
and auto-program the TV tuner to the available stations. Please wait while the unit auto-programs
before attempting to operate the unit. During this time the unit will not respond to any commands.
The unit will respond normally once the cable mode and channel search mode is concluded.
CHANNEL TUNING SETUP
If you are Cable TV subscriber, in addition to normal broadcast reception of VHF and UHF channels,
your new TV is capable of receiving many unscrambled Cable channels without the use of a converter
box. When set to broadcast (AIR) TV, it receives CH2-CH69. When set to one of the CATV modes
(STD, HRC, or IRC) it receives CH1-CH125. NOTE: Most cable companies broadcast in STD Mode
After a power interruption, the unit will go into a cable mode search (HRC, IRC, STD) and channel
search mode automatically. During this time the unit will not respond to any commands. The unit will
respond normally once the cable mode and channel search mode is concluded.
POSITIONING THE SCREEN
Press the screen lock button and pivot the screen forward until a comfortable viewing angle is reached.
The screen may also be rotated from side to side. Do not force the screen beyond its rotational limit.
The VE920 is now ready for use.
Pressing the ON/OFF button on the unit or the remote will turn the system on or off. Remember to turn
the unit off and pivot the screen to the closed position when not in use to prevent damage to the
screen.
SETTING THE TIME
NOTE: All settings (except setting the presets) are performed with the VE920 turned OFF.
1) Press the SET button and the minutes will flash.
2) Use the CH up/down button to set the minutes.
3) Press the SEEK button to toggle between the hour and minutes.
4) Use the CH up/down button to set the hour. (Check AM/PM indicator)
5) Press the ON/OFF button to return to the time display.
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SETTING and ACTIVATING the ALARM
NOTE: The VE920 must be turned “OFF” when performing the following procedure.
1) Press the SET button twice to enter the alarm mode, press the P3 button to toggle between
the active and deactivated mode.
NOTE: If a series of dashes appear (--: --), the Alarm is DEACTIVATED.
2) Press the CH up/down buttons to set the desired hour/minute. When setting the alarm, check
the AM/PM indicator to assure the proper setting.
3) Press the SEEK buttons to toggle between the hours and minutes.
4) Press the ON/OFF button. The alarm is now set and activated. Once the alarm is set it will
sound each day at the same time as long as it is activated.
DEACTIVATING ALARM
1) Press the SET button twice to enter the alarm mode.
2) Press the P3 button once. The set time will disappear from the Display Window and a series of
dashes (--: --) will appear, Alarm DEACTIVATED mode.
3) Press the ON/OFF button. The alarm is now deactivated.
NOTE: The set time will be stored in memory and can be reactivated whenever desired by
performing step 1) – 3) of the ACTIVATING ALARM procedure.
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SETTING THE CABLE TV MODE
1) Press the SET button three times to enter the TV/Cable configuration mode.
2) CABLE or AIR will appear on the display.
3) Press the SEEK button to select Cable mode.
4) Press the CH UP/DOWN button(s) to select the desired cable mode (STD/IRC/HRC).
5) When the desired mode is reached, press the ON/OFF button to confirm.
SETTING THE AIR TV MODE
1) Press the SET button three times to enter the TV/Cable configuration mode.
2) Press the SEEK button to select the AIR mode.
3) Press the ON/OFF button to confirm.
SETTING THE SPEAKER MODE
1) With power off, press the SET button four times to enter the speaker configuration mode.
″ISP (or ESP) ″ appears on the VFD.
2) Press the seek button to toggle between the ″I SP″ and ″E SP″
3) When the desired mode is reached, press the ON/OFF button.
SETTING THE INTERCOM MODE
4) With power off, press the SET button five times to enter the intercom configuration mode.
″Int On (or Int OFF) ″ appears on the VFD.
5) Press the seek button to toggle between the ″Int On″ and ″Int OFF″
6) When the desired mode is reached, press the ON/OFF button.
* Int OFF : default, No response to call signal.
SETTING THE PRESETS (IN AM, FM OR TV MODES)
1) Tune to the desired channel/station.
2) Press the SET button and the display flashes.
3) Press desired preset (P1, P2, P3 & P4) to confirm the selection.
NOTE: you can preset 4- AM, 4- FM and 4- TV Programs
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USING THE DVD PLAYER
Inserting and Ejecting the Disc
1. Set the unit to DVD mode (press source button until (-----------) appears on the display.
2. Insert the disc with the label facing up.
3. The disc will begin playing automatically. If this is a DVD it will go to the DVD menu. Press
the PLAY button to begin watching the movie.
4. To eject the disc, press and hold the Û/ button. The disc will eject.
* Discs playable through DVD player – DVD, CD, CD-RW with MP3.
Playback and Stop
1. To temporarily stop playback, press the STOP button once. The player memorizes the exact
position where it was stopped, and it will resume playback again from that position. When it
is desired to playback from the beginning, press the STOP button twice.
2. To Playback again, Press the PLAY (XII) button.
* For some VCDs, stop mode is possible by pressing the NEXT button.
Searching for a Specific Scene/song by Selecting the Chapter Number
1. Pressing the SEARCH button once will display the Time / Title / Chapter input screen.
2. Input the chapter number or time that is desired and press the ENTER button. The player
will commence play from the chapter number or time that that was entered.
Searching for a Specific Scene/song by using Chapters
1. The player will automatically change to the next or previous chapter from the current chapter
being played when the PREV (IWW)/NEXT (XXI) button is pressed.
2. Pressing PREV (IWW) will change the player to the chapter previous to the chapter currently
being played.
3. The chapter change status is displayed on the upper part of the screen.
* While playing MP3 discs, PREV (IWW)/NEXT (XXI) button to select the previous or next
song. When the MP3 disc is stopped, Press CH+/- button to select the song.
Searching for a Specific Scene/song by Playback Speed
1. Search by Fast Forward (XX) and Fast Reverse (WW).
2. Search by Slow Forward (IX)
3. Search by watching one scene at a time. Press the PLAY/PAUSE (XII) button.
* For normal speed playback, press the PLAY (X) button.
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Repetitive Playback –To Repeat a Specific Section
1. Press the REPEAT button once to enable the REPEAT selection screen, follow by pressing
the REPEAT button till REPEAT CHAPTER is displayed, the current chapter or track will be
replayed repetitively (CHPTER REPEAT ON).
2. Repeat step 1 till REPEAT TITLE is displayed on the screen, the currently playing title or CD
will be played repetitively (TITLE REPEAT ON).
3. Repeat step 1 till OFF is displayed on the screen, the repeat function will be turned off
(REPEAT OFF).
* In case of the MP3 disc, Press the REPEAT button to change the PLAY MODE
Repetitive Playback –To Repeat a Specific Section(A-B Repeat)
1. Choose the section to be repeated by pressing the A-B button once (SET A).
2. Press the A-B button again to choose the finishing part of the section. (SET B)
3. Press the button until OFF is displayed on the screen this will turn off the repetitive
function.(A TO B OFF)
Changing the Subtitle Language
1. If the disc contains caption data, press the SUBTITLE button to choose a specific language.
(e.g., 1/3 ENG, 2/3 SPA, 3/3 FRE will be displayed on the screen)
2. SUBTITLE OFF shows that there are no subtitles.
* This function may not be incorporated in some disc titles
Changing the Vocal Language (AUDIO)
1. If the disc contains different audio tracks, press the AUDIO button to choose between the
various spoken languages (e.g., 1/4 5.1ch ENG, 2/4 2ch ENG, 3/4 2ch ENG, 3/4 2ch ENG).
* This function may not be incorporated in some disc titles
ZOOM (To Enlarge a Picture)
1. Pressing the ZOOM button allows the picture to be enlarged by X1, X2 or X3.
2. Navigation buttons (Seek DN/Seek UP/ Ch UP/Ch DN) allow the enlarged picture to be
shifted.
3. To resume normal settings, press the ZOOM button again until ZOOM is OFF.
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Viewing Different Angles
Angle indicator appears on the upper part of the LCD display. When the Angle indicator appears,
press the ANGLE button to view the screen from various angles.
* This function may not be incorporated in some titles.
Viewing the Main Disc Menu
A DVD is divided into sections called titles and chapters. When you play a DVD, a root menu of
the disc will appear on the screen of your Monitor. Contents of the menu will vary depending on
the disc content. Press MENU during playback to display the main menu. Some DVDs only allow
you to select disc playback options using the DVD root menu
1. A menu installed in discs appears when pressing the MENU button. The menu must be
previously saved in the disc.
2. Use the navigation buttons to select the desired item on the menu and press ENTER button
* The TITLE button instead of the MENU button, depending on the type of disc being played
Viewing the Playback Time, Title and Chapter Status
1. Pressing the DISPLAY button will allow the user to see the title and chapter number, and the
elapsed time of the currently playing disc on the upper part of the screen, show the
remaining time of the current title, show the elapsed time of the current chapter, show the
remaining time of the current chapter.
2. Pressing the button once again will turn the display OFF.
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During playback press DISPLAY to display the current disc playback information. Press display
again to remove the display.
1. The type of disc.
12. The number of current subtitle language.
2. The number of current title.
13. The speed at which the disc is being read.
3. The number of total titles.
14. The number of total subtitle languages.
4. The number of current chapter.
15. Current subtitle language.
5. The elapsed time of title.
16. Dolby audio mode.
6. The number of total chapters.
17. Current audio language selected.
7. The remaining time of title.
8. The number of the current angle.
9. The number of total angles.
10. The number of the current audio language.
11. The number of total audio languages.
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PLAYING AUDIO CDS
When playing an audio CD the display will automatically display the disc playback information.
The options below show you what information is displayed. Press the ‘DISPLAY’ button to
remove the display.
1. The current track.
2. The number of total tracks.
3. Playing time of the disc.
4. Remaining time of the disc.
USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT consecutively changes the
repeat options:
• Repeat Single- repeats the track that is playing.
• Repeat All- repeats the disc that is playing.
• OFF
As you toggle through the options, the repeat option changes. The selected repeat option loops
repeatedly until its turned off.
PLAYING MP3 DISCS
MP3 is a digital audio format. An audio CD-quality song is compressed into the MP3 format with
no significant loss of audio quality. CD-R/RW discs that have been encoded in MP3 format are
compatible with this device.
Insert an MP3 Disc, the DVD player will initialize the disc and the directory (folder) will be shown
on the monitor screen.
When an MP3 disc is inserted into the unit, the menu screen appears automatically. You can use
the menu screen to change folders and songs. The system plays the songs in the order they
were recorded onto the disc.
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1. Press the Û or button to choose a folder from the folder list on the left side of the
screen.
2. Press ENTER to select the highlighted folder. All songs available under the selected folder
will be listed.
3. Use Û or button to choose a song from the list, then press ENTER to play the selected
song.
4. To move back up to the previous folder use the Û button to highlight the
at the top of
the screen, make sure that the disc is paused and press ENTER.
Use the NEXT (XXI) button to move to the next song. Press the PREVIOUS (IWW) button to
move to the previous song.
USING THE REPEAT FEATURE
The default mode for the Repeat feature is OFF. Pressing REPEAT consecutively changes the
repeat options:
• Repeat Single (repeat playback of a song)
• Repeat All (repeat playback of all folder)
• Off (normal playback)
Pressing REPEAT a 3rd time will resume normal playback. As you toggle through the options, the
repeat option changes. Selected repeat option loops repeatedly until you turn it off.
NOTICE
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sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a folder, not a MP3 file.
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sign in front of a file name indicates that this is a MP3 file.
NOTE: During MP3 playback, you cannot access “PLAY MODE”, folders or songs. The unit must
be stopped to access these.
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PLAYING A JPEG FILE
1. Insert the JPEG Disc into tray.
2. Select JPEG file by pressing the “UP/DOWN” button.
3. You can preview the JPEG file by pressing “Play” or “ENTER”.
4. Pressing the left or right button will rotate the JPEG in that direction.
5. When browsing the photos, you can reverse the photo horizontally by pressing the “Up”
button, or you can reverse the photos vertically by pressing the “Down” button.
6. You can return the root Menu by pressing “MENU” key.
SETUP
The setup menu allows the user to select the play mode settings. Follow the basic steps below
for each setup menu selection.
The following options are available when in SETUP mode.
OSD Menu: Use to select DVD Setup Menu Language (ENGLISH - Default).
Subtitle: Select a language for subtitles (disc dependent).
ENGLISH (Default), FRENCH, SPANISH, CHINESE.
OFF: No subtitles are displayed.
Audio: Select a language for audio (where available – language depend on disc).
ENGLISH (Default), FRENCH, SPANISH, CHINESE.
DVD Menu: (where available – language depend on disc).
ENGLISH (Default), FRENCH, SPANISH, CHINESE
LANGUAGE Menu
1. Press the SETUP button to display the main menu. The following Menu will appear.
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2. Press ENTER, the following screen will appear.
3. Use the Û or buttons to highlight the desired menu item.
4. Press ENTER button to display the sub-menu.
5. Each sub-menu item provides a number of option items to its right. Use the Û or buttons
to highlight the desired option item for selection.
6. Press the ENTER button to select the option item.
7. Press the Û or button to highlight the next sub-menu item for setup and repeat steps 3
and 6.
8. Press the SETUP button to exit the SETUP mode.
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VIDEO Menu
1. Press the SETUP button to display the main menu (see sample screen under LANGUAGE
Menu)
2. Press the
button to highlight Video and press ENTER one time. Use the following
screen to select screen aspect ratio.
* 4:3 PS : When the player is connected to a normal TV, and a wide picture is shown on the full
screen.
* 4:3 LB : When the player is connected to a normal TV, and a wide picture is shown on the
screen with a black strip at both the top and bottom of the screen.
* 16:9
: When the player is connected to a wide screen TV, a wide picture is shown on the full
screen(Default).
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Rating Menu
Press the SETUP button to display the main menu (see sample screen under LANGUAGE
Menu).
Use to select parental Rating:
Kid Safe.
NC-17.
G.
PG.
PG-13.
PG-R.
R.
Adult.
CHANGE PASSWORD & RATING
1. Select Rating by or Ù buttons and press ENTER to enter the Rating setup page
2. Enter the current password and press ENTER button (unlock).
3. Select Rating by button and press ENTER button to enter the sub-menu.
4. Select the rating level you desire by repeatedly pressing the ENTER button.
5. Select password by Û button and input either the default password or any new 4-digit
password and press ENTER button (locked).
6. Press SETUP button.
NOTE: The Default Password is 3308. This password is always effective even after you have
selected your own password and changed it. To avoid the possibility of others using the
default password to set the parental level and change the password, you can record this
default password in another area and delete it from this manual. Some discs can be
limited depending on the age of users while some discs cannot.
Load Factory
To restore all of the options to the default settings select ‘LOAD FACTORY’ using the Û or buttons and press ENTER. This will return all of the settings except for parental to the default
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settings.
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GENERAL
Power Supply
: AC100-240V ~50/60Hz 40watts
Operating Temperature
: 0°~40°C / 32°~104°F
Operating Humidity
: 10% ~ 75%
Body Size
: 400 X 280 X 56mm / 15.8” x 11.0” x 2.20”Inches
Weight
: 3.5 Kg / 7.72Lbs
DISPLAY
LCD Illumination
: CCFL Edge Lit Tube
Backlighting Life Expectancy
: 30,000Hrs
Resolution
: 1920(W) X 220(H)
Screen
: 9” TFT LCD (16:9)
DISC AVAILABLE
DVD
: Linear V
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHECK LIST
Problem
Solution
Power does not turn on
•
Check if the power cord is securely plugged into the wall
•
Check if the batteries of the remote control unit are not
depleted.
Disc fails to play
•
Check if the disc is inserted properly into tray (Label Side Up).
•
Check if the disc has viewing restriction selected.
•
Check if the disc is the proper region code.
•
Not all discs are playable in the DVD.
•
Check with the beginning part of the manual on whether the
disc is playable.
Camera angles cannot be
•
The disc being played does not support ANGLE functions.
changed
•
In order to check whether the disc supports the ANGLE
functions, see if the ANGLE indicator on the upper part of the
main display is illuminated.
Subtitles cannot be changed
•
The disc being played does not support subtitle functions.
•
The disc is prohibited from changing subtitle languages.
Vocal languages (AUDIO)
•
The disc being played does not support AUDIO functions.
cannot be changed
•
The disc is prohibited from changing vocal languages (AUDIO).
No sound output
•
Check whether the player is in slow or fast playback mode
(if
it is case, then just press PLAY button for normal playback)
•
Check whether the MUTE function is on.
•
If the internal speakers are being used, make sure they are
turned on and volume is turned up.
Remote control doesn’t work
Setup menu does not operate
•
Remote too far from the unit.
•
Batteries in the remote control are dead.
•
Angle of remote to unit too extreme.
•
DVD must have a setup menu; if the disc does not have a setup
you will not be able to display a menu.
TV
work
MODE
functions
don’t
•
Confirm Antenna is connected.
•
Confirm Air/Cable connection.
•
Confirm that unit is in TV mode.
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