C. Crane TCAR Stereo System User Manual

Instruction Manual
DV-150 DVD-Player
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SAFETY INFORMATION
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE AND ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS UNIT TO
RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION : To reduce the
8. Do not place naked flame sources, such as candles,
on the appliance.
9. Do not locate the appliance or cord near heat sources
such as radiators, heaters, air ducts or direct sunlight.
10. Do not block any of the ventilation openings. Ensure
that vents are not covered by newspapers, tablecloths,
curtains, etc. Do not install in a tight-fitting cabinet.
11. Do not insert or allow foreign objects to enter any
grille openings.
12. Do not run the cord under carpeting. Instead, arrange
the cord away from traffic areas where it will not become
a trip hazard.
13. To disconnect the appliance, turn the appliance off,
switch off the power outlet and remove the plug from the
power outlet.
14. Do not misuse the cord. Never carry the appliance by
the cord or pull to disconnect it from the outlet. Instead,
grasp the plug and pull to disconnect.
15. Do not operate the appliance if it has a damaged cord
or plug; after the appliance malfunctions; or has been
dropped or damaged in any way. Consult Singer for
examination.
16. Use of controls or adjustments, or performance of
procedures other than those specified herein, may
result in hazardous radiation exposure.
Caution
Do not open do not attempt to repair, disassemble or
modify this appliance.
Dangerous high voltages exist inside this appliance.
This appliance is only to be serviced by Singer Service
Technician. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Do not look at laser pick-up directly. Do not touch
the lens.
risk of fire and electric shock,
do not remove the cover (or
back) of the unit. Refer servicing only to qualified
service personnel.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
"dangerous voltage" within product's enclosure
that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute
a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operation and servicing
instructions in the literature accompanying the
appliance.
WARNING: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT,
FULLY INSERT.
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
In addition to the careful attention devoted to quality
standards in the manufacture of your video product,
safety is a major factor in the design of every instrument.
However, safety is your responsibility, too. This sheet
lists important information that will help to assure your
enjoyment and proper use of the video product and
accessory equipment. Please read them carefully
before operation and using your video product.
Installation
Read all instructions carefully, even if you are familiar
with the appliance.
1. This appliance is not intended for use by children or
infirm persons without supervision.
2. Children should be prevented from playing with the
appliance.
3. This appliance should be placed on a dry, level surface
before it is operated.
4. INDOOR USE ONLY this appliance is not intended for
outdoor use.
5. Do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. Do
not immerse the appliance in water or any other liquid.
6. Do not place items filled with liquids, such as vases, on
the appliance. Do not expose the appliance to dripping or
splashing liquids.
7. This appliance is not intended for use in bathrooms,
laundry areas or similar moist locations. Never locate this
appliance in the immediate surroundings of, or where it
may fall into, a bath, basin, washtub, shower or swimming
pool.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Compulsory Warnings
Installation Warnings
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by Singer service Technicion, in order to avoid a
hazard. This product has not been designed for
any uses other than those specified in this booklet.
Ventilation Slots and openings in the case are
provided for ventilation to ensure reliable operation
of the video product and to protect it from overheating.
These openings must not the blocked or covered. The
openings should never be blocked by placing the
product on a bed, sofa, rug, or heat register. This
product should not be placed in a built-in installation
such as a bookcase or rack, unless proper ventilation
is provided or the video product manufacturer
instructions have been followed.
Laser Safety
This compact disc player is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT.
Only qualified service personnel should remove the
cover or attempt to service this device due to
possible eye injury.
Invisible laser radiation when open and interlock
failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding If an outside antenna
or cable system is connected to the video product,
be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded
so as to provide some protection against voltage
surges and builtup static charges. ANSI/NFPA
No. 70-1984 provides information with respect to
proper grounding of the mast and supporting
structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna-discharge unit, connection to grounding
electrodes, and requirements for the grounding
electrode.
Power Lines An outside antenna system should
not be located in the vicinity of overhead power
lines, other electric light or power circuits, or where
it can fall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing an outside antenna system, extreme care
should be taken to keep from touching or approaching
such power lines or circuits, as contact with them
might be fatal. Installing an outdoor antenna can
be hazardous and should be left to a professional
antenna installer.
Lightning For added protection for this product
during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended
and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from
the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable
system. This will prevent damage to the video
product due to lightning and power line surges.
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FEATURES
CONTENTS
DVD, CD, MP3, Picture CD compatible
CD-R, CD-RW capable
TV format:
PAL/ NTSC color system
4:3 / 16:9 screen format select
Video output:
Composite Video output
S-Video output
YPbPr output
SCART output
Audio output:
Down-mix stereo output
DTS surround output
DVD features:
Multi Subtitle select
Multi Language select
Multi Angle select
Other features:
On screen control menu
Digital zooming
Slow motion forward
Child lock
Page
WARNING
IMPORTANT NOTICE
FEATURES
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INTRODUCTION
About DVD
About the player
Front panel function
Back panel function
Remote control
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SYSTEM CONNECTION
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GETTING STARTED
Play a disc
Video port setup
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
[ Power] , [ Open / Close disctray ] , [ Play / Pause / Step / Stop ]
[ Skip ] , [ Search ] , [ Slow ] , [ Select an item ] , [ Title/ Menu ]
[ NumberkeyPad ] , [ PAL/ NTSC ] , [ Angle ] , [ Subtitle ] , [ Audio ] ,
[ Pscan ] , [ Mode ] , [ Reset ] , [ Search a desired section ]
[ Repeat ] , [ A-B ] , [ Zoom ] , [ Mute ] , [ 3D ] , [ PBC ] , [ Channel ]
[ Program ] , [ Return ] , [ Mark ], [ Clear ], [Display ],
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY
DVD mode
CD mode
MP3 mode
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SETUP MENU
LANGUAGE MENU
OSD Menu / Subtitle / Audio
VIDEO MENU
TV Shape / TV System
AUDIO MENU
Digital output / LPCM 48k DS
RATING MENU
Password / Rating
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
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SPECIFICATIONS
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INTRODUCTION
THE REMOTE CONTROL
Loading batteries to the remote control
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Remove the battery compartment cover.
Load two AAA (UM-4 or R03) batteries into the
battery compartment.
Make sure that the batteries have been inserted
in the correct polarities matching to the symbols
+, - marked in the battery compartment. Close
the battery compartment cover.
When replacing batteries, replace both batteries.
Do not mix new and used batteries operating
together, otherwise, the operation lifetime will
be much shorter than normal.
Remove the batteries if the unit will not be used
for a prolonged period of time.
DV-150 DVD -PLAYER
The remote control transmits a directional
infrared beam.Be sure to aim the remote
control directly at the infrared sensor of the
unit during operation.
Within approximately
6 meter (20 feet)
If the sensor has been covered or there is a
large object between the remote control and
the sensor, the sensor will not respond.
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The sensor may not able to receive the
remote signal when it is exposed to direct
sunlight or a strong artificial light (fluorescent
or strobe light). In this case, change the
direction of the light or reposition the unit to
avoid direct lighting.
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
BE ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
Do not dispose of batteries as normal rubbish. Be environmentally friendly,
dispose of batteries following the Government's regulation.
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LANGUAGE
RESET
VOLUME
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INTRODUCTION
About DVD
Select a DVD disc
DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) is a digital video medium under
the MPEG II format, featuring a variety of revolutionary
entertainment capabilities. The MPEG II video compression
technology provides capacity for an excellent picture of
minimum 500 lines resolution on screen, up to 8 language
soundtracks, up to 9 views from different camera angles and
up to 32 language subtitles (provided the DVD disc itself
supports these features).
Disc information
Disc types
Recording
Method
Capacity
DVD
Digital / MPEG II
Single-layer / Single side
4.7GB = 2 hr
Single-layer / Double sides
8.5GB = 4 hr
Double- layers / Single side
9.4GB = 4.5 hr
Double- layers / Double sides
17GB = 8 hr
Disc size
Horizontal
Resolution
Sub-titles
12cm / 8cm
Sound tracks
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CD
DVD Region Code
DVD discs and DVD players are manufactured
under the worldwide agreed DVD Regional
Code System that the player will operate only
with corresponding disc of the same Regional
Code.
Region code Region
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Canada, USA
2
Europe (incl. Poland, Romania, The Czech
republic), Japan, Middle East (incl. Saudi
Arabia, Egypt, Iran, South Africa)
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East Asia (incl. Hong Kong, T aiwan, South
Korea),
South-East Asia
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Australia, Caribbean, Central
America, Mexico,
New Zealand
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Africa, Former Soviet Union, India, North
Korea, Pakistan, Turkmenistan
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China
Digital
650MB=74min
12cm / 8cm
500 lines up
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& South
Care of disc
Symbol
Hold the disc with fingers. Hold the disc's outer edge
and/or the center spindle hole. Do not touch the disc
surface.
REMARK
Some features contained in this DVD player are related to the
DVD disc's software.
Some features cannot be performed if the disc does not support
the feature,or requires special settings.
Do not bend or press the disc. Do NOT expose the disc
to direct sunlight or heating sources.
Check the features printed on the disc's packing or follow the
instructions of the Disc's on screen menu.
Store discs in cabinet vertically , in dry condition.
Prevent exposure to:
Direct sunlight
Heat or exhaust from a heating device.
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Extreme humidity
Clean the disc surface with a soft, dry cleaning cloth.
Wipe the disc surface gently , radically , from center
toward the outer edge.
Do not applythinner, alcohol chemical solvent, or sprays
when cleaning. Such cleaning fluids will permanently
damage the disc surface.
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INTRODUCTION
About the player
Front panel
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DV-150 DVD-PLAYER
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6
2
1
POWER
3
OPEN/CLOSE
STOP
PLAY/PAUSE
5
STOP
6
PLAY/PAUSE
Back panel
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4
3
2
5
6
7
8
1
Left channel output jack
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2
Pr/Pb/Y output jack
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3
VIDEO output jack
4
Digital signal OPTICAL output jack
5
Right channel output jack
6
Digital signal COAXIAL output jack
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S-Video output jack
Scart output jack
INTRODUCTION
Remote control
REMARK
Some features of the player can only be performed
by the remote control.
Some features described in this owner's manual are
related to the Disc's encoding.
Some features may not be available, if the disc
encoding does not support the feature.
Some features contained in this DVD player are
related to the DVD Disc's software.
Some features cannot be performed if the disc does
not support the feature, or requires special settings.
Check the features printed on the disc's packing or
follow the instructions of the Disc's on screen menu.
EJECT
STANDBY
P/N
MUTE
1
22
PROG
2
3
1
STANDBY
22
EJECT
2
P/N
23
MUTE
3
PROG
24
0-9 NUMBER
4
SEARCH
25
PBC
5
SUBTITLE
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RETURN
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ANGLE
27
RIGHT
23
SEARCH
4
SUBTITLE
24
5
ANGLE
6
25
7
SETUP
8
9
ENTER
10
7
UP
28
MENU
26
8
SETUP
29
DOWN
27
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LEFT
30
LANGUAGE
28
29
10
ENTER/PLAY
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MARK
11
TITLE
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CLEAR
12
CHANNEL
13
REPEAT
RETURN
TITLE
MENU
11
CHANNEL
12
LANGUAGE
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14
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
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32
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34
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17
VOLUME
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37
18
14
RESET
15
SLOW
35
16
19
20
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Notes
The remote control transmits a directiona infrared beam. Be sure to aiml
the remote control directly at the infrared sensor during operation. When
the sensor is covered or there is a large object between the remote control
and the sensor, the sensor cannot receive signals. The sensor may not be
able to receive signals properly when it is exposed to direct sunlight or a
strong artificial light (such as a f luorescent or strobe light). In this case,
change the direction of the light or reposition the unit to avoid direct lighting.
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SHUFFEL
33
RSCAN
34
MODE
35
A-B
36
VOL
PLAY/PAUSE
17
DISPALY
37
18
STOP
38
NEXT
STEP
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F.FWD
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20
PREV
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F.REV
SYSTEM CONNECTION
Preparations
System connection(Optional according to your back panel)
1. When making connection between this unit and other components, be sure all
connection with power-off.
2. Audio/Video cables are connected according to the different colour identification and
they should be fitted firmly.
Yellow to video terminal
White to audio terminal L,L
Red to audio terminal R,R
Black to audio terminal W,CENTER
3. Scheme of connection
2CHANNEL CONNECTION
Pr/Pb/Y output jack
TO TV INPUT
DIGITAL COAXIAL OUT
DIGITAL OPTIONAL OUT
TO S-VIDEO INPUT
WITH SCART CONNECTION
SC ART OUT
TO TV SCART INPUT
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GETTING STARTED
REMARK
Unpack the unit.
Read through thisowner's manual before installation and use.
Load batteries into the remote control unit.
Connect the system,make sure the connections are secured.
Connect the power plug to the AC power outlet.
Some features contained in this DVD player
are related to the DVD disc's software.
Some features cannot be performed if the
disc does not support The feature, or requires
special settings.
Check the features printed on the disc's
packing or follow the instructions of the Disc's
on screen menu.
Play a disc
Switch on the player
Set up the system
Push the main power button to turn on the
DVD unit. Power on the TV set and the
amplifier if connected.
Select the corresponding setting of the TV set (A V1, A V2, SVideo etc.) and the amplifier , until the DVD power on screen
appears.
Load a disc
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
EJECT
MUTE
Press EJECT button on the remote control (or front panel) to
open the disc tray. Load a disc and press EJECT to close the
disc tray
(Note, place the disc's label side up, blank side down)
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PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
Automatic Play
The unit will take a few seconds to download the disc initial data, display the disc type logo in the left
upper corner of the TV screen, and then start playing automatically .
If a DVD Disc Menu appears on screen
Press PLAY button on the remote
(or on the unit) to start playing.
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
ANGLE
SETUP
1
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
CHANNEL
RESET
NOTE
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
P SCAN
MODE
SLOW
A-B
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
or
MENU
F.FWD
PREV
NEXT
PLAY/PAUSE
Normally, when a MP3 disc is loaded, the unit will
take longer time to download the initial data.
DVD disc that does not match the region code cannot be
executed by this player.
Press CURSOR buttons
to select the
desired feature
in the menu,
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
2
And then
press the ENTER button
to confirm a selection.
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
STOP
STEP
F.REV
F.FWD
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
PREV
NEXT
Return to the disc main menu, press MENU button on the remote.
Prevent loading the disc upside down.
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GETTING ST ARTED
Video port setup
The DVD player is equipped with the following video ports:
Composite Video (V) (Always active)
S-Video (Default option)
The DVD player has been pre-set at the factory to
Composite Video (V) and S-Video outputs, as default settings.
The player is equipped with the following video output ports:
Composite Video and S-Video always
active, does not need setting.
For TV System setting
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
6
TITLE
, highlight "Video" icon.
MENU
CHANNEL
1 In STOP mode, press SETUP button
setup menu appears.
3 Press ENTER button
2
3 4 5
RETURN
ENTER
TV System menu is to set up the output TV system to PAL or
NTSC:
2 Press RIGHT button
SETUP
1
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
PREV
NEXT
, sub-menu appears.
4 Highlight "TV System” selection, press ENTER Button,
sub menu appears.
5 Highlight "NTSC" or "PAL” or "AUTO",press ENTER Button.
6 Press SETUP button
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
to quit.
Auto switch to PAL or NTSC system according to the disc
if not, the default system is PAL
NTSC TV system
PAL TV system
Default setting
PAL
When a DVD disc of NOT Correct format (region code) is
loaded, the player Will not accept the disc and message
"INCORRECT REGION CODE" will be displayed on screen.
When a DVD disc of NOT correct TV system is loaded or
the TV set of NOT correct TV system with the player,
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Video
Language
Video
TV Shape
TV System
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Audio
Audio
Rating
Rating
NTSC
PAL
AUTO
a distorted video signal may come out on the screen.
NOTE
It could be a result of wrong broadcast system matching
Between the player and the TV set.
After the video output set up, if the picture output is:
Distorted ,
Black and white (no color),
Picture not full screen
Border part of Picture has been blocked.
Press PAL / NTSC button in STOP mode to switch
the broadcast system between PAL and NTSC.
See Function Button - PAL / NTSC switch of this manual..
Or See TROUBLE SHOOTING in this manual.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Power ON / OFF
To switch the player Between power on and off mode:
POWER ON /OFF
Press POWER button on front panel
(Always switch off the player after use)
Open /Close disctray
To open and close The disc tray:
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
EJECT
MUTE
Press EJECT button
PROG
SEARCH
on the remote
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
Play / Pause / Step/ Stop
1
2
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
Press PLAY/PAUSE button
To play the Disc
Then Press PLAY/PAUSE button
to pause.
ANGLE
SETUP
Repeat pressing the button to step forward
the still picture frame by frame.
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
3
Press
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
P SCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
STOP
STEP
F.REV
F.FWD
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
PREV
NEXT
1 2
3
to resume normal playback.
Press STOP button
to stop in two modes:
a) Press Once
b) Press Twice
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STOP memorizes the interrupt position.
( May resume with Play button
To stop completely
(Will NOT resume with Play button)
)
FUNCTION BUTTONS
Skip Forward / Backward
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
1
Press
to skip forward (chapters)
2
Press
to skip backward (chapters)
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
P SCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
STOP
STEP
F.REV
F.FWD
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
PREV
Player will not advance or reverse during
"WARNING" section of any disc.
1
NEXT
2
Search Forward / Backward
1
ANGLE
SETUP
Press
to Search forward
Repeat pressing the button to change search speed
2
RETURN
4
8
20
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
2
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
PREV
NEXT
2
Press
to search backward
Repeat pressing the Button to change search speed
3
1
2
3
The unit muted in SEARCH mode
4
8
20
Press PLA Y/PAUSE button
to resume normal playback
Player will not advance or reverse during
"WARNING" section of any Disc.
Slow Forward
1 Press
ANGLE
SETUP
1/2
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
1
to play slow forward
Repeat pressing the Button to change slow forward speed
RETURN
1/4
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
P SCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
PREV
NEXT
2
2 Press PLA Y/PAUSE button
to resume normal playback
The unit mutes in SLOW mode
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Select an item in menu
In the disc menu or setup menu
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
1
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
1
press cursor button
2
Press
3
Press
4
Press
4
2
STEP
F.FWD
PREV
to confirm a selection.
3
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
STOP
F.REV
to move between function items.
to cancel an entry.
NEXT
to return to the previous menu.
Disc TItle /Menu
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
1
ENTER
2
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
P SCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
Disc MENU
PREV
1
2
Press MENU button
return to the DVD disc Menu.
Press TITLE Button
return to the DVD disc Title.
NEXT
Disc menu is a DVD disc feature, allowing
users to select functions on screen.
Disc TITLE Disc title is the beginning track of a DVD disc.
Some DVD discs refuse the "TITLE” function.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Numeric Key Pad / Direct Program access
STANDBY
Direct Program access
EJECT
MUTE
P/N
PROG
1
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
1 Input the desired Chapter or Track number using the
Numeric key pad. Press ENTER button to confirm your
direct access Chapter or key selection.
Chapter - when Playing a DVD disc, or
Track - when playing a CD or Mp3 disc
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
P SCAN
MODE
Numeric input - Function / Menu
1 Press the numeric Key pad to input data for disc or setup menu.
NOTE
Program functionality depends on different DVD disc's format, some DVD discs do not allow direct access function.
PAL / NTSC switch
The player is equipped with PAL and NTSC broadcast system output.
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
1
2
Press STOP button
to stop the player operation
MUTE
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
In STOP mode
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
2
Press PAL/NTSC button
RESET
to switch the player between PAL and NTSC system
1
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
STOP
STEP
F.REV
F.FWD
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
PREV
NEXT
Multi-Angle
If a DVD disc contains Multi-Angle feature, viewing angles
may be selected:
STANDBY
EJECT
MUTE
P/N
1
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
1
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
During in playback, repeat pressing
ANGLE button
to select the desired viewing angle
Status will be displayed on screen..
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
A DVD disc may contain
up to 9 selectable viewing angles.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Multi-Subtitle
STANDBY
If a DVD disc contains the Multi-Subtitle feature, subtitle may be
selected:
EJECT
MUTE
P/N
PROG
SEARCH
1
1
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
to select the desired subtitle.
Status will be displayed on screen.
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
During in playback, repeat pressing
SUBTITLE button
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
Total subtitle
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NOTE
A DVD disc may contain up to 32 subtitle selections.
Multi-Audio Soundtrack
If a DVD disc contains Multi-Audio Soundtrack feature,
Audio Language can be selected:
STANDBY
1
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
During in playback, repeat pressing LANGUAGE
button
L A NG UA G E
PROG
to select the desired audio language.
Playback status will be displayed on screen.
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
Total subtitle
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
P SCAN
MODE
1
NOTE
A DVD disc may contain up to 8 audio language selections.
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In most cases, an Audio Soundtrack selection will be displayed
on a DVD disc start up menu.
Press CURSOR Button to select and ENTER button to confirm.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Mode
1
First,You should press[STOP] Key
2
Press the [MODE]key
MODE
STOP
may select video output .
SEARCH
You can choose between S-Video, RGB and YUV.
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
P ress the [ PSCAN ]key
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
3
1
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
PREV
PS CAN
to choose between
progessive scan and interlace scan.
LANGUAGE
By pressing the [PSCAN] you can choose if the
2
component video output is Interlaced or progressive
NEXT
scan.
Note:
You can only use this function if your TV set has the
progressive scan feature.
Reset
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
1
First,You should press[STOP] Key
2
press”RESET”button on the remote,this option
STOP
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
2
1
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
P SCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
STOP
STEP
PLAY/PAUSE
F.REV
F.FWD
PREV
will resume the original Settings of this machine.
RES ET
NEXT
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
SEARCH a desired section
This functi on does NOT apply to
M P3
STANDBY
EJECT
MUTE
P/N
PROG
1
SEARCH
1
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
Press the SEARCH
button
to play at a desired Title, Chapter or Time.
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
DVD disc
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SEARCH
Press the SEARCH
button select SEARCH Mode.
Press DOWN
button highlight desired item.
TITLE --CHAPTER --TIME --:--:-Press ENTER
Input title number
Input chapter number
Input time hh:mm:ss
(Hour : Minute : Second)
SEARCH
Press the SEARCH
SEARCH
Press the SEARCH
TRACK --Press ENTER
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
Search
Time
Title/Chapter
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ENTER
CD disc
TIME --:--:--
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
button to T rack Search mode.
button again to Disc Search mode.
Input time hh:mm:ss
(Hour : Minute : Second)
Input track number XXX
(Track Number)
ENTER
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Time
Track
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button.
NOTE
SEARCH functionality depends on different DVD disc's format. Some
DVD discs do not allow SEARCH function.
SEARCH does NOT function during Program playback.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Repeat
1
REPEAT
STANDBY
Press REPEAT
button multiple times
to reach desired repeat mode (see below).
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
DVD disc
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
Repeat Chapter
Repeat Title
Repeat Off
Repeat the Chapter
Repeat the Title
Repeat function off
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
1
VOLUME
CD disc
Repeat Single
Repeat All
Repeat Off
Repeat the existing track
Repeat all tracks
Repeat function off
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MP3 disc
Repeat One
Repeat All
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Repeat Chapte r
Repeat the existing track
Repeat all tracks
Repeat function off
NOTE
Repeat functionality depends
on different disc's
production format, some
Repeat the section A-B
DVD discs do not allow repeat function.
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1 To repeat playback of a desired section:
A-B
button
1) Press the A-B
at the beginning of the desired section, "A".
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
PROG
A-B
2) Press the A-B
button again
at the end of the desired section, "B".
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
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ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
1
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
The player will repeat playback of the section from A to B.
A-B
button again
Press the A-B
to cancel the function and return to normal play .
NOTE
A-B repeat depends on different disc's production format, some
A-B function does not apply to MP3 disc.
The period between A and B should be at least 3 seconds.
DVD discs do not allow repeat function.
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VOLUME
FUNCTION BUTTONS
Mute
STANDBY
1
EJECT
1
MUTE
P/N
PROG
MUTE
Press MUTE
button
To mute ( turn off ) the audio output.
SEARCH
Press the button again
To resume normal audio output.
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
VOLUME
PBC Play
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
PROG
1
For VCD2.0 disc playing in the condition of PBC ON, Song
selection can only be done, when the playing returned to main
menu in the condition of PBC OFF, press relevant number Key
to get favorite song during playing
1
When play SVCD,VCD disc, press CHANNEL
Key to select left vocal, Right vocal ,Mix vocal or
Stereo vocal
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
1
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A- B
P SCAN
MODE
Channel
CHANNEL
EJECT
STANDBY
P/N
MUTE
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
1
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Program setting
Program to play a DVD and CD disc in a desired sequence automatically.
Load a DVD disc.
DVD program menu
1 Press the PROG
PROG
button,
the DVD program menu will appear .
2 Use numeric key pad
Program Input
to input the Title number and the Chapter number,
Repeat step 2 until programming is completed.
Title/Chapter
1 __ __
4 __ __
2 __ __
5 __ __
6 __ __
3 __ __
Play Program
7 __ __
8 __ __
9 __ __
Clear All
10 __ __
11 __ __
12 __ __
3 Highlight "Play Program",
to start the program.
Highlight "Clear All", to clear all input.
Press ENTER ENTER button to confirm.
4 Press PROG
PROG
button to exit the program menu.
PROG
5 Press PROG
button to cancel the program.
Load a CD disc.
CD program menu
PROG
1 Press the PROG
button,
the CD program menu will appear .
2 Use numeric key pad
Program Input
1 ___
4 ___
2 ___
5 ___
3 ___
6 ___
Play Program
7 ___
8 ___
9 ___
Clear All
to input the Track number
Repeat step 2 until programming is completed.
10 ___
11 ___
12 ___
3 Highlight "Play Program",
to start the program.
Highlight "Clear All", to clear all input.
Press ENTER ENTER button to confirm.
4 Press PROG
PROG
button to exit the program menu.
PROG
5 Press PROG
button to cancel the program.
NOTE
Some DVD discs do not allow
programming.
Single track disc cannot be
programmed.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Return
STANDBY
EJECT
P/N
MUTE
1 In PBC mode, when pressing “RETURN” Key to
PROG
RETURN
return to the menu, thus canceling the PBC mode ,
the “RETURN” key will be invalid
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
12
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
Mark
STANDBY
EJECT
MUTE
P/N
PROG
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
2
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
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1
STORING MARKS MEMORY
1. Press the “MARK” button on remote control during the disc
is played and the menu of mark setting with three bookmarks
will appear on the screen.
2. Use the direction buttons ( or ) on the remote control to
select mark numbers (Bookmarks 1, 2 & 3), and press
ENTER button to enter the playing times where you would like
to view again afterwards. A maximum of three marks can be
stored.
3. Press “CLR” button to clear a particular mark. Press “MARK”
button to clear the display.
PLAYBACK FROM A MARKED POSITION
1. Press the “MARK” button on the remote control to display
the menu of mark setting on the screen.
2. Use the direction buttons ( or ) on the remote control to
select your desired mark, and press “ENTER” button to
start to playback from that point.
3. Marked positions can be recalled anytime by pressing
“MARK” button on the remote control.
Note:
All the marks are cleared when the power is off or the disc is removed.
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FUNCTION BUTTONS
Clear
STANDBY
EJECT
1 Setting program or searching need to input number. press
MUTE
P/N
PROG
CLEAR
CLEAR
button to clear the number when the input
number is wrong.
SEARCH
SUBTITLE
ANGLE
SETUP
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
1
2
MENU
CHANNEL
LANGUAGE
RESET
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
Shuffle
1
SETUP
Press"shuffle" button, " shuffle on " displayed on screen, when if a
song finished or continue to press "
" or "
", the song
played next is at player's random selection; while repeat to press
" shuffle" button, there will be " shuffle off " displayed, when if a
song finished or continue to press "
" "'
", the song played
next is per songlist sequence.
RETURN
ENTER
TITLE
MENU
CHANNEL
RESET
1
LANGUAGE
REPEAT
MARK
CLEAR
SLOW
A-B
PSCAN
MODE
DISPLAY
SHUFFLE
STOP
STEP
F.REV
F.FWD
VOLUME
PLAY/PAUSE
PREV
NEXT
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ON SCREEN DISPLA Y
DISPLAY
Press DISPLAY
button ,
an On Screen Display (OSD) indicator will be displayed
at the upper part of the TV screen in displaying the disc
information and operation status.
The OSD indicator is a user friendly interface
designed for displaying the status of the playback.
When a dif ferent disc is loaded (DVD, CD or MP3),
the OSD indicator bar will be different.
The OSD indicator will remain on screen until pressing
the DISPLAY button to turn it off.
OSD - DVD mode
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DVD
0012::33 01:36:25
Title 1/ 6 Chapter3 / 21
1/1
Angle
Audio
1/3
D 6Ch
.... 1/2
Subtitle
Bitrate
6.910Mbpss
Disc Title
Playback time /
Chapter remain time
Multi-angle
current title / total disc titles
Disc Subtitle
current subtitle / total disc subtitles
Current angle / Total angles
Audio Sound Track
Chapter
current audio / total tracks
current chapter / total chapters
Audio format
D 6Ch
LPCM
DTS
LPCM
OSD - CD mode
Disc type
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TRACK 2/3
00:12:33 01:36:25
Disc TRACK
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current TRACK / total tracks
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ON SCREEN DISPLAY
MP3 mode
Playback time
Current folder
Disc T rack
current track / total tracks
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[Root]
1
2
3
4
5
001
002
003
004
005
6
7
8
9
10
006
007
008
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010
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Playing track highlight
Playing track file information
(Information provided by
the disc)
Selection highlight
(Press ENTER
ENTER
button to play this track)
Auto playback
Playing track file information
The player will load the MP3 disc and auto start to
playback from track one till the last track of the root
directory.
You may add the information of the MP3 file
while you create the disc, e.g. artist, song name
and date etc., Those information of the playing
track will be display at the lower part of the screen.
Select a track
Press ARROW button to highlight the desired track, and
switch between folder and pages.
Press ENTER ENTER button to play the selected track.
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SETUP
Various features of the player can be adjusted in
the SETUP menu:
Video
Press SETUP
button
SETUP menu appears.
Enter this menu to setup the video setting
Press SETUP
button
Highlight "Video",
Language
Video
Audio
More
aud
Rating
Press ENTER
, Video sub menu appears.
E NT E R
Language
Video
Audio
Rating
TV shape 4:3LB 4:3PS
TV SYSTEM PAL 4:3LB
Video out s-video
Highlight the desired icon Press ENTER
button to activate the setting sub menu.
16:9
ENTER
Highlight the desired item and press ENTER button,
Language
Enter this menu to setup the language in
OSD display, DVD disc subtitle, DVD disc audio
and DVD disc start menu.
Press SETUP
Highlight the desired item,
Press ENTER
Highlight "Language",
Press ENTER ENTER , Language sub menu appears.
Video
button to confirm.
button to save the setting and quit.
Default setting
button
Language
ENTER
Press SETUP
Audio
OSD Menu English
Off
Subtitle
English
Audio
Rating
English
Spanish
French
Ger man
Danish
Dutch
TV Shape
4:3 LB
TV System
PAL
TV screen
The aspect ratio of the picture provided by the DVD
player can be varied in line with the features available
on the TV in use.
4:3 Letter Box
Highlight the desired item and press ENTER button,
Highlight the desired item,
Press ENTER
ENTER
Press SETUP
button to confirm.
button to save the setting and quit.
Default setting
OSD Menu
Subtitle
Audio
Allow you to see movies in their
original aspect ratio.
Entire frame of the movie will
be display on screen, but it will
occupy a smaller portion of the
screen.
: English
: Off
: English
4:3 Pan Scan
The signal will fill the
screen with the centre
of the picture. The left
and right edge of
picture may be cut
outside range of the
screen.
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SETUP MENU (Press SETUP button)
16:9 Wide Screen
Rating
When you connect
to a wide screen TV ,
this setting will allow
the original aspect
ratio will be display
full screen.
Enter this menu to setup the rating level of the player.
The player will require a password to play any disc with
rating level higher than the setting.
Press SETUP
NOTE
Depending on the DVD
disc format, e.g. 2.35:1,
the wide screen setting
may still having black
margins above and
below the picture.
button
Highlight "Rating",
Press ENTER
E NT E R
Language
Password
Rating
Load Factory
Video
button, Rating sub menu appears.
Audio
Rating
---8. Adult
Reset
TV System
TV System menu is to set up the broadcast system:
Language
TV Shape
TV System
Video out
AUTO
NTSC
PAL
Video
Audio
4:3 LB
PAL
S-Video
Rating
E NT E R
Default setting
NTSC
PAL
AUTO
Pas sword
Rat ing
Auto switch to PAL or NTSC system according
to the disc, if not, the default system is PAL
NTSC TV system
PAL TV system
Audio (digital audio)
Enter this menu to setup the digital audio output
format of different signal type. The selectable
output formats are PCM or Raw .
Press SETUP
Highlight "Password" selection,
input the 4 digits password,
Press ENTER
button. The rating lock release.
Highlight "Rating",
Repeatedly pressing ENTER
to change the setting:
E NT E R
Button
Language
, Audio sub menu appears.
E NTE R
Video
Digital Output
Audio
Raw
Highlight the desired
Highlight the desired
Press ENTER
Press SETUP
E NTE R
E NTE R
button
1. Kid Safe
2. G
3. PG
4. PG_13
5. PG_R
6. R
7. NC_17
8. Adult
Highlight "Password" selection,
button to lock.
Press ENTER
Press SETUP
butto n to save the setting and quit.
Highlight "Audio",
Press ENTER
: 0000
: 8. Ad ult
Rating
PCM
Raw
Off
item and press ENTER button,
item,
button to confirm.
button to save the setting and quit.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Should your DVD player develop a problem, please check below before
requesting service:
Symptom
No Power
Check and Action
Check if the power cord has been properly connected
to the power outlet.
Check if the main power has been switched on.
Does not play
No disc, load a disc.
Disc has been loaded upside down. Place the disc with the label side up.
Disc's region code does not match to the player.
Disc is not correct type for player.
Disc is damaged or dirty, clean the disc or try another disc.
Moisture may be condensed inside the player. Remove the disc and
leave the unit power on for one or two hours.
No Picture
Check if the TV set has power on, use TV remote to select A/V signal for
DVD rather than broadcast.
Check if the system connection is proper and secure.
Check if the connection cables are damaged.
Clean the disc.
Picture
noise / distorted
The disc is dirty or damaged. Clean the disc or try another disc.
Reset the color system of the player or the TV set.
Try to direct the player to the TV set instead of via other components,
such as a VCR.
Picture not full
screen
Select the screen format from the player's SETUP MENU,
see " SETUP MENU " of this manual.
Select the screen format from DVD disc menu.
Malfunction
No sound
Should the player develop a malfunction, unplug the player for
30 minutes. After 30 minutes, power on the player and the restore
function should reset the player.
DTS disc used. Press the remote control “LANGUAGE" button
re-select the audio setting on the remote.
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L ANG UA G E
and
TROUBLE SHOOTING
CAUTION
RISKOF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
Symptom
Cannot SKIP
or SEARCH
CAUTION
: To reduce the risk of fire and electric
shock, do not remove the cover (or back) of the unit. Refer
servicing only to Singer Service Technician
Check and Action
Some discs are programmed that do not allow users to SKIP or SEARCH
at some sections, especially at the beginning WARNING section.
Single Chapter disc
No sound or
sound output
not complete
cannot apply SKI P function.
Check if the TV and Amplifier have been switched
on, and correctly set.
Check if the TV and Amplifier system connection is
secured.
Press LANGUAGE button to select other audio tracks output
of disc.
Check if the MUTE function of the TV or Amplifier has been
activated.
There will be no sound output during P AUSE / STEP / SLOW and SEARCH.
No surround
sound
If digital output has been applied:
Press SETUP button
Highlight "AUDIO"
Highlight "Digital Out"
Select RAW or PCM
Press SETUP button
Power on the amplifier or active
MP3 disc no
sound or noisy
type loudspeakers.
When PC program files or other data files are mixed with
MP3 files in the same disc, the player may play the non-MP3
files with noise or no sound.
Check the disc, if all the files on disc are MP3 files
Skip the file, try other files.
Remote control
does not function
Remove the obst acles between the remote control and the player .
Point the remote control towards the remote sensor on the player.
Check if the batteries of the remote control have
correct polarities.
Replace the batteries of the remote control.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Type of Disc
DVD
CD-DA
CD-MP3
JPEG CD
CD-R / CD-RW
Video Format
MPEG 2
Audio Format
MPEG 1, LAYER 1, LA YER 2 , LAYER 3
Signal Output
Color System: PAL/NTSC
Audio System: DIGITAL down mix stereo
DIGITAL digital output
DTS digital output
Audio DAC 16bit/48KHz
Video Output: 1 Vpp (at 75 ohm)
Audio Output (Stereo): 2 Vpp
Frequency Response
CD: 4Hz 20KHz (EIAT)
DVD: 4Hz 22KHz (48K)
4Hz 44KHz (96K)
S/N radio
> 92 dB
THD
< 0.04%
Video (composite) output X1
Output Terminals
S-Video output X1
2 channel analog output X1
DIGITAL/DTS digital coaxial output X1
YPbPr output X1
SCART output X1
Power input
AC 100-240V 50/60Hz 25W
Dimensions
W254 x D240 x H45 mm
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