Curtis DVD2100 DVD Recorder User Manual

DVD2100
DVD RECORDER
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories."Dolby",
"Pro Logic"and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby
Laboratories.Confidential Unpublished Works.
Dolby Laboratories,Inc.all rights reserved.
C 1992-1997
Safety Instructions
Technical Specifications
Danger Symbol
The lightning flash with arrowhead
symbol within an equilateral triangle is
intended to alert the user to the presence
of dangerous voltage in the unit
Warning Symbol
The exclamatory point within
an equilateral triangle is intended to alert
the user to the presence of important
operation and maintenance (servicing)
instructions in the manual accompanying
the unit.
Technical Specifications
Output
Audio level:1.0~2.0 Vrms (10k ohm load)
Frequency response: 4Hz~44KHz (2dB)
S /N ratio 90dB
Audio distortion+noise -65dB(1KHz)
Input
Audio Level 2.0 Vrms (10k ohm Load)
Audio Specifications
WARNING
To prevent fire or electric shock, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Never attempt to open the cabinet,
dangerous high voltages are presented in the unit. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel when necessary.
Maintenance Notice
Do not put the unit: near strong magnetic field, somewhere exposed to direct sun or near heat radiation
equipment (such as a heater), at top of other heat radiation objects, in a place with bad ventilation and much
dirt, somewhere subject to vibration and instability, somewhere exposed to moisture or rain. The unit shall be
installed in a smooth and dry place with good ventilation.
When the unit is moved from a cold place to a warm one, the laser head might get dewed and the unit might
not work normally. In this case, keep the power on for an hour or two (with no disk loaded) before playing
normally.
Clean the surface of the unit with some neutral detergent. Do not use organic impregnant such as alcohol and
gasoline. Never polish the unit with sand paper.
If the unit has not been used for a long time, disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet. Note: do not
pull by the power cord.
Do not place heavy objects on the unit to avoid the influence on normal playing.
General specifications
Working humidity
Power supply
AC 110V 60Hz
Power consumption: 35W
Standby power consumption: 3W
Size: 430mmX48mmX308mm
Weight
Net: 4.0kg
Gross: 4.5kg
Relative humidity: 15~75%(without water condensate)
Caution
The unit employs a laser system. To prevent direct exposure to the laser radiation, do not attempt to open the
cabinet. Visible laser may radiate when the cabinet is opened or the interlocks are defeated. Do not stare into
the laser beams.
To ensure the proper use of the unit, read this manual carefully.
Keep this manual properly for future reference. If the unit requires servicing, contact the seller or our service
center
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Technical Specifications
Table of Contents
Technical Specifications
Basic Information
Supported disc
formats
Supported recordable
disc formats
DVD,DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, SVCD, VCD, CD-DA, MP3, JPEG
DVD+R
DVD+RW
Recording format
DVD
MPEG-II
Recording quality
SP(Standard Play), SLP(Standard Long Play), EP(Extend Play),
HQ(Perfect Quality)
Input
Composite Video Input
S-Video Input (Y+C)
DV Input(1394)
RF Input
Analog Audio Input
Output
Composite Video Output
S-Video Output(Y+C)
Component Video Output
Analog 5.1-Channel Audio Output
Digital Audio Coaxial Output
Digital Audio Optical Output
Input RF Features
System: PAL SECAM
Impedance: 75 imbalance coaxial cable
Output
Video
Features
Input
Composite Video
System: NTSC/PAL
Video Level: 1.00.2Vp-p 75
S-Video
Y Output Level: 1.0 Vp-p 75
C Output Level: 0.3 Vp-p 75
Video Horizontal resolution:
Y S/N 65dB
Composite Video
System: NTSC/PAL
Video Level: 1.00.2Vp-p 75
S-Video
Y Input Level: 1.0 Vp-p 75
C Input Level: 0.3 Vp-p 75
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Features the machine
Terms
Front and Rear Panels
Remote Control
Installation and Use of Remote Control
System Connections
Connected to a TV
Connected to an ordinary stereo system
Connected to an device with digital decoder
System connection for recording external signals
Monitoring Mode
Introduction
Selection of monitor signals
Navigation Mode
Recording Mode
Introduction
Entering the Recording Mode and menu description
General Steps
Manual Recording
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Start Recording
Recording Process Control
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One Touch Record (OTR)
DV Controlled Recording
Timer Record
Chapter Editing
Introduction
Enter the Chapter Editing mode
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Menu Description
Operation Steps
500 lines
Select the title to be edited
Split title
Chapter Marker
Hide/Unhide title
Index Picture
Play
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Exit the Chapter Editing
Disc Operations
Introduction
Enter the Disc Operation mode
Menu Description
Operation Steps
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Appendix (Troubleshooting Guide)
Table of Contents
Erase Disc
Lock Disc
Rename Disc
Record a New Title
Overwrite Disc
Finalize Disc
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Before contacting service personnel, please check possible causes according to the following instructions.
No Power
1. Connect to the power supply.
2. Plug again or replace a receptacle.
3. Switch on the receptacle.
No sound
1.Incorrect signal connection;
2.The disc is deformed or get dirty;
3. The system is in the mute status.
1. Connect the signals properly.
2. Clean or fix the disc.
3. Press the Mute button again.
1. Incorrect signal connection;
2. Incorrect TV status.
3.TV system out mode is Progressive.
But your TV system is Interlace mode.
1. Connect the signals properly.
2. Adjust the TV/AV status.
3.Press PS/IS change to Interlace.
No color
1. Wrong selection of TV system;
2. Improper color adjustment;
3. Incorrect video output settings
1. Set up the system by pressing the System
button of the remote controller.
2. Readjust the color.
3. Check if the video output settings are correct.
Disc cannot
be played
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2.
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4.
5.
6.
Remote controller
malfunction
1. The remote controller is not directed at the
censor;
2. The receiving distance is more than 8 meters;
3. Low voltage of the RC batteries;
4. There is an obstacle between the unit and RC.
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Sudden malfunction
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1. Bad disc quality;
2. Press other buttons by mistake;
3. Static from the outside.
Picture dividing
1. The selected system is incompatible
with the disc;
1. Set up the correct system.
External signals
cannot be recorded
1. Incorrect system connection;
2. No disc or non-recordable disc;
3. The disc has been finished;
4. There is no free space in the disc.
1. Connect properly.
2. Insert a recordable disc.
3. Replace a disc.
4. Replace a disc.
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Direct Play
Enter the title before playing
Enter Menu before playing
End Play
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No picture
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Play Mode Control
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Normal Play
Repeat Play
Program Play
Random Play
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Menu Control
Forward Play
Back Play
Pause/Step Play
Volume Control
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Selected Play Mode
Title Selection
Chapter Selection
Track Selection
Track Selection play for Audio Discs
Time Selection
The Use of GOTO Button
Audio Selection
Audio Channel Selection
Subtitle Selection
Multi-angle Switch
PBC On/Off
Picture ZOOM Function
Play a USB DISC
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Remedy
1.Power supply not connected;
2.Bad contact between the power plug
and the receptacle;
3. The power of the receptacle is off.
Exit
Title Edit
Introduction
Enter the Title Editing mode
Play Mode
Enter the Play Mode
Menu Description
Operation
Play Process Control
Possible Cause
Symptom
No disc in the drive;
Disc placed wrongly;
Moisture has condensed in the unit;
Not in a playing status;
Wrong disk format;
Disc is dirty.
1. Input source not prepared;
2. Wrong video output system;
No monitoring signal
3. The actual input source is not
correspondence with the selected one.
1. Insert a disc;
2. Put the disc on the disc tray properly
with the label side up.
3. Leave the unit on for about an hour
(without disc) and before using it again.
4. Press the Play button to switch to
Playing status.
5. Replace it with a supported disc.
6. Clean the disc with a soft cloth from the
centre to the edge.
1. Direct the remote controller at the
censor.
2. Reduce the receiving distance.
3. Replace all the batteries.
4. Remove the obstacle.
1. Wait for 5~10 seconds and the playing
will be restored.
2. Operate again.
3. Shut off the unit for 1-2 minutes and
open it again.
1. Prepare the input source.
2. Switch the video output system.
3. Select a proper input source.
Timer recording
cannot be done
1.The disc does not meet the requirement;
2. Wrong time settings (System Clock or
Recording Time);
3. The input source doesn't work properly
at the recording time;
4. System power failure.
1. Replace it with a new DVD+R or
DVD+RW disc.
2. Set up the time again.
3. Ensure the inputs source work properly
at the recording time.
4. Set the system to standby status.
Recording
aborted halfway
1. There is no free space in the disc;
2. Bad disc quality.
1. Replace it with a blank disc.
2. Replace it with a high quality disc.
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System Setup
Features the Machine
The machine is capable of processing and recording various video signals into high quality DVD disks, such as
the input signals of TV, ordinary disk player and DV.
In addition, the machine can be used as a DVD player of excellent performance. It has all the functions of an
ordinary DVD player. The two-in-one function of the machine will increase your life quality and enhance your
sense of life.
Permit multiple-signal input
Supply multiple-signal output
1 Composite Video input
2 S-Video input
3 TV TUNER input
4 DV input
5 Analog audio input
1 Composite Video output
2 S-video output
3 Component Video output
4 5.1 CH output
5 Optical / Coaxial output
Multiple DVD recording quality
The machine provides users with 4 recording qualities. And the resolution and recording time
varies according to different recording qualities. Even if you choose between the high resolution and
long recording time.
3. If you want to edit channels for the received TV programs, select the Modify Channel Information item,
press the or button and the SELECT button, in the pop up channel edit dialog box, use the or button
and the SELECT button to select and confirm. The steps of channel edit are as follows.
Name : Chool. You can change the name using the SELECT button and the
or button. Press
the or button to move the cursor.
CHANNEL EDIT
Frequency: 551.3 MHz. When the Scan Mode is Frequency,
Name
P001/S-008
this item will be shown as the frequency. Press
55.25MHz
Frequency
Skip
NO
the or button to scan channels manually by frequency.
Fine tune
Channel: CH006. When the Scan Mode is Channel, this item
will be shown as the channel. Press the
or button to scan
channels manually by channel.
OK
Cancel
Skip : Yes/No. Use the or and SELE CT butt ons
UP/DOWN to change Item, 0~9 or CH+/CH- to
change Channel
to select this item. You can select Yes or No to decide whether
to skip this channel .
Fine Tune : Use the
or and SELECT buttons to select this item and press the or button to tune
the frequency lightly.
After completing the sorting, press the RETURN button to exit.
Note
Multiple recording modes
The machine permits 3 modes of recording such as normal manual recording, timing recording and
OTR, so as to facilitate your use.
Be sure to connect the antenna properly before the channel scan operation. Make sure there are TV signals at the
TV Signal Input. For the connection chart, please see the Basic Information: System Connection for Recording
External Signals for reference.
Simple menu operation
The machine uses interface-friendly menu operation. You do not have to memorize the complicated
functional keys and can finish most of operations using only several direction and confirm keys.
Stand-by Function
Remote control stand-by function will make you use the machine more easily and freely. And it can
help you finish timing recording in condition of saving electricity.
Highly intellectualized upgrading function
The machine can be upgraded automatically. And you can upgrade the machine to the latest edition
of our company at any time according to our upgrading disk.
Suitable for the following disks:
It can play DVD, DVD+R/RW, VCD, SVCD, CD-DA, Mixed CD-DA, MP3, JPEG and so on multi
format discs. It can record DVD+R and DVD+RW disks.
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Basic Information
System Setup
Audio Language
1. In the Language Settings menu, use the or button to select the Audio Language item, and press the SELECT
System Setup Language
button to drop down a menu, as shown in the following chart.
2. Use the or button to select the language you want and
OSD Language
English
Menu Language
English
press the SELECT button.
Subtitle Language
Off
English
Audio Language
* The system will give priority to this setting as the DVD
Chinese
audio output language. If the DVD played does not support
Danish
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the selected language, the setting is invalid.
* You can change the audio language any time during playing. See Play Mode for details.
3. Press the RETURN button to return to the upper level menu and set up other items.
Terms
DVD disk
DVD disk is a highly compact device for storing. The high quality audio and video information is
shored in it after being compiled in MPEG-II format. There are 4 types of DVD disks such as bosseyed
single-layer DVD-5 with capacity of 4.7 GB, bosseyed bi-layer DVD-9 with capacity of 8.5GB,
double-faced singled-layer DVD-10 with capacity of 9.46GB and double-faced bi-layer DVD-18with
capacity of 17GB.
DVD+RW disk
DVD+RW disk is also called DVD + Rewritable disk. It can be recorded for about 1000 times.
Note
For the DVD language settings in this section, some discs might not contain the language you set. Then your
settings will be invalid. The language played will be that provided by the disc.
Some discs may contain a language selection menu, your selection in this menu rather than the corresponding
settings of the unit will be effective.
DVD+R disk
DVD+R disk is also called Write-one DVD disk. It can be recorded for only one time. The recorded disk
can be played on other DVD player after being closed and then it can not be recorded again.
Erasing the disk
Erasing the disk means removing information stored on the disk.
Channel Scan
The unit has a channel tuner. You can receive TV signals directly from the unit. Before the tuning, you must conduct
a channel scan to enable the unit to tune in various channels automatically and determine their frequencies. The
tuned channels will be saved automatically. Even if the power is off, the saved channel information will not be lost.
Press the SETUP button to enter the System Setup mode, press the or button to select the Channel Scan
item; or you can also press the SCAN button and the SELECT button to enter the Channel Scan
submenu, as shown in the chart.
Compatibility (Finalize)
Compatibility (Finalize) means processing the content information of the disk so as to make it can be
used on other DVD players. Without this process, the disk can only be played on this machine. It only
refers to creating compatibility of the DVD+R disk.
Preparation for recording
Formal preparation for recording includes examining the eligibility of the disk and the recording format,
doing necessary optical adaptation and prewriting the content area.
SYSTEM SETUP - CHANNEL SCAN
Tuner input source
Cable
Scan channels
SCAN
Modify channel information
EDIT
1
Select source of TV program.
The meanings of the icons:
1)Tuner input source(Cable air)
2)Scan channels:scan(scanning channels by frequency mode).
3)Modify channel information.When seleted, the channel editor box will appear as shown in the chart.
Recording quality
For DVD+R/RW disk with capacity of 4.7 GB, there are 4 different recording quality in accordance with
the compressing program.
SLP: Ordinary resolution, a bosseyed recordable DVD disk can record 6-hour programs
Ep: Good resolution, a bosseyed recordable DVD disk can record 4-hour programs
Sp: Better resolution, a bosseyed recordable DVD disk can record 2-hour programs
Hq: Best resolution, a bosseyed recordable DVD disk can record 1-hour programs
Title
The images and music in the DVD disk are divided into several parts and the biggest unit for each part
is title. For ordinary image of video software, it is film. And for ordinary music of audio software, it is
music. Each title corresponds with a serial number so that it can be easily searched
2. Use the or button to select Scan Channel , and press the SELECT button to start scanning. When the
system detects a channel in scanning, it will assign a channel number for it and save the channel. To receive a TV
program in the monitoring status, just enter the corresponding channel number. (The scanning process may take
several minutes.)
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System Setup
Basic Information
Terms(continued)
Language Settings
Chapter
It refers to the subtitle of the title of each division of the DVD image or music. Normally one title
contains several chapters. And each chapter has its own mark number so that it can be searched easily.
1. To satisfy the needs of consumers in different regions, the unit provides various interface languages.
2. Enter the system setup mode.
In the System Setup control bar menu, use the or button to move the cursor, select the Language
item, and press the SELECT button to enter the Language Settings menu, which contains four items,
as shown in the chart.
Track
Music or image in CD-DA or VCD is divided into several areas. Each area is an track.. Each track has
its own mark number so that it can be searched easily.
OSD Language
Multiple angles function
Some DVDs record the different images of one view taken from different angles. User can view the
different images by touching the angle key.
Multiple languages function
Some DVDs record sound in several different languages. And the different languages can be released
according to the corresponding function on the menu.
Multiple Subtitle function
Some DVDs record the picture description in multiple languages. Press the
watching, and record of subtitle in different languages will appear.
SUBTITLE
Menu Language
key while
Region code
In order to protect intellectual property, concerning organization sorted the world into 6 regions. And each
region can only use DVD players and DVD disks with certain region code. The illustration on the right in
troduces the symbols of the six regions. The DVD players of one region cannot play the DVD disks of
another one. The six regions are:
1 2 3 4 5 6
1 Canada, USA and its possessions.
2 Japan, Europe, South Africa, Middle East ( including Egypt)
3 Southeast Asia, East Asia (including Hong Kong)
4 Australia, New Zealand, Central America, Mexico, South America, Caribbean Sea
5 Former USSR region, India, Africa (including South Korea and Mongolia)
6 Mainland China
Progressive and Interlace
Interlace means a frame picture be scanned to two field, first scan odd field, then scan even field, the images
of resolution is ordinary. Progressive means a frame picture be scanned at one field, the images of resolution
is higher, The machine supply Progressive and Interlace modes.
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System Setup
Recording Setting
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System Setup
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USB
DV INPUT
STANDBY/ON
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OPEN/CLOSE
RECORD
System Setup
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System Connection
System connection for recording external signals (front panel signal
When connecting with external signals, be sure to switch off the power source of the unit and other devices.
The connection with front panel inputs
NOTE
Refer to the manual of the connected system.
Turn off the power and unplug both units before
setting up any connections.
System connection for recording external signals (rear panel signal input)
Connection using rear panel inputs
Vi d e
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lnpu
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RF Input
Audio lnput
or
DVD Player
From the video input terminals, select one as desired. In terms of picture quality, CVBS stands for good,
S-VIDEO for better and Y/CB/CR for best.
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TV monitor
Rear AV
Rear S
Press8
DV
DVD Play
Play Mode
Recording Mode
Introduction
The Use of the
There are various external signal inputs in the unit, including S-Video, composite video, TV tuning , DV input
and stereo audio input. You can select any group of audio and video signals from these inputs for recording.
The recording discs of the unit include DVD+RW and DVD+R. There are four available recording modes of
different quality, including SLP (6 hours), EP (4 hours), SP (2 hours) and HQ (1 hour).
The unit has a function of timer recording. You can set up a recording schedule in advance. The unit will record
the programs that you select automatically. If the unit is connected with a DV camera, you can also conduct a long
time recording to monitor a certain location in an automatic and intelligent way.
Button
1. In the playing status, press the GOTO button to cycle through various options in the play control bar menu.
With the above-mentioned operations, you can use the remote controller to enter the corresponding value and skip
to the corresponding location directly.
The following is an example of DVD playing. The operation of VCD playing is similar to this case.
For CD and MP3 discs, it is no use pressing the GOTO button.
TITLE:--
CHAPTER:--
TIME:--:--:--
DVD
Entering the recording mode and menu description
To enter the recording mode, take the following steps:
1. In the Non-rewritable Disc mode, press the SOURCE button to enter the Monitoring Mode.
The Monitoring Mode can be regarded as a sub-mode of the Recording Mode.
2.The system will automatically enter the Recording Mode when the setup time is reached.
For details about timer recording, see Timer Recording for reference.
3.In the Recording Mode, press the DISPLAY button to show or hide the recording control bar menu.
The meanings of various options in the recording control bar menu are as follows.
1) The disk format must be DVD+RW or DVD+R.
2) Mode.
Record (DVD+R)
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3) Recording Input Source.
Mode
New Title
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4) Recording Quality.
Source
DV
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5) REC TO: DVD+VIDEO.
Quality
SP
6) Recording Process Control (STOP, PAUSE and RECORD). 4
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REC TO
DVD+VIDEO
7) Number of Recorded Titles.
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TRICK
Record
8) Number of Recorded Chapters.
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9) Recordable Time Left.
Title
04/04
General Steps
GOTO
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Chapter
02
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Time
0:06:02/1:57:18
D-TIME:--
TR-TIME:--:--:--
VCD
Audio Selection
Some DVD discs may have more than one OSD language. You may select one of them as the output.
1. In the play control bar menu, select the Audio item.
DVD
There are some digits under the icon. The number on the
MODE
Normal
right is the total number of OSD languages; the one on the
TRICK
Play
left is the number of the current mode.
TITLE
01/01
2.Press the SELECT button, use the or button
to select the Audio item, and press the SELECT
CHAPTER
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button of the remote controller to confirm.
AUDIO
01/03-OTH
3.This function enables you to switch between different
SUBTITLE
01/01-OTH
languages by pressing the AUDIO button directly.
ANGLE
01/01
T- TIME
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Audio Channel Selection
The general steps for recording external signals are as follows.
1. Complete the system connection.
2. Select the signal source to be recorded.
3. Enter the recording control bar menu.
4. Select the recording quality.
5. Start recording.
6. Stop recording
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This function is available for CD, VCD and MP3 discs.
1.In the play control bar menu, press the or button
to select the Audio item, press the SELECT
button to confirm and enter the input mode.
2.Use the or button to select Stereo , Right
or Left, and press the SELECT button to confirm.
3.This function enables you to switch between different
channels by pressing the AUDIO button directly
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MODE:
Normal
TRICK:
Play
TRACK:
01/01
AUDIO:
Stereo
PBC:
ON
TR-TIME:
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Recording Mode
Manual Recording
Start Recording
Recording(DVD+R)
MODE
New Title
SOURCE
DV
QUALITY
SP
RECTO
DVD+VIDEO
TRICK
Record
TITLE
04/04
CHAPTER
02
TIME
0:06:02/1:57:18
2. Use the corresponding function keys of the remote controller, such as RECORD , PAUSE/STEP and
STOP to select from Record , Pause and Stop functions in the recording process.
When a Stop operation is done, the system will write some information into the disc. The system will
not respond to any button pressing at that time.
When you resume recording after the Stop operation, the system will add a title. If there is no
interruption in the recording process from the beginning to the end, then only one title is available for the
entire disc.
One Touch Recording (OTR)
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Timer Recording
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Play Mode
Disc Operation
The following charts are control bar menus for DVD, VCD, CD and MP3 respectively. Please note that the menu
may vary somewhat between different discs.
Play a DVD
DVD
MODE:
TRICK:
TITLE:
CHAPTER:
AUDIO:
SUBTITLE:
ANGLE:
T-TIME:
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2
The meanings for the icons are as follows.
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1. This icon shows the disc type.
2. MODE. Options include Normal Play, A-B
Repeat , Chapter Repeat , Title Repeat , Disc
Repeat, Program Play, etc.
3. TRICK. Options include Play, Stop, Pre-stop,
Pause, FF/FB, Slow, etc.
4. TITLE. The DVD title playing and the total
number of titles.
5. CHAPTER. The chapter of the DVD title
playing and the total number of chapters.
6. AUDIO. Select the DVD language.
7. SUBTITLE. Select the DVD subtitle.
8. ANGLE. Select the DVD shooting angle.
9. T-TIME. Displays the time played and left.
10. TRACK. Track being played of the VCD/CD
and the total number of tracks.
11. AUDIO. Channel selection when playing VCD,
CD and MP3.
12. PBC ON/OFF. Play menu control. This function
is available only for 2.0 and above versions.
13. File Type: Such as Audio rideo.
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Play a MP3
File play
File Type:
MODE:
TRICK:
AUDIO:
TIME:
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Operation
AUDIO
Normal
Playing
Stereo
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Play a CD
CDDA PLAY
File Type:
MODE:
TRICK:
AUDIO:
TRACK
TIME
1
3
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AUDIO
Normal Play
Playing
Stereo
01/10
00:02:48-00:51:25
Normal
A-B Repeat
Chapter Repeat
Title Repeat
Program
Random
When the system detects DVD+R or DVD+RW disc in the drive, press the
the mode.
Normal
A-B Repeat
Track Repeat
Disc Repeat
Program
Random
The control bar menu under this mode is as shown in the chart.
Play
The meanings for the icons are as follows.
Rename Disc
1. Play: Play the content of the current disc.
Erase Disc
2. Erase Disc: Once this operation is done, all content in the disc will
Record a New Title
be removed completely. The disc index will appear as blank on the screen.
Overwrite Disc
3. Rename Disc: Rename the disc (default name: MY DVD).
Finalize Disc
4. Record a new title: Add a new title to record.
Lock Disc
5. Overwrite Disc: An operation on a recorded DVD+RW disc to
overwrite its previous content
6. Lock Disc:. This function prevents the deletion of recorded content.
7. Finalize disc: This function enables the DVD+RW disc to be played in other DVD players. Once the disc is
finalized, no further writing or change is allowed. (Such operation applies only to DVD+R discs)
Normal
A-B Repeat
Song Repeat
Disc Repeat
Program
Random
Normal
A-B Repeat
Song Repeat
Disc Repeat
Program
Random
Direct Play
1. Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to open the
disc tray.
2. Insert the available disc.
3. Do not put the disc on the wrong side. The smooth side should face downward, while the printed side should
face upward.
Press the OPEN/CLOSE button to close the disc tray. The system will start playing.
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The Disc Operation means something done to recordable discs in the drive, including browsing disc information,
finalizing a disc, removing disc content, deleting the last title, compatibility and write protection, etc.
Enter the Disc Operation Mode
Normal
Play
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01/03-OTH
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Play a VCD
VCD
MODE:
Normal
TRICK:
Play
Track:
01/01
Audio:
Stereo
PBC:
PBC ON
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Introduction
DIS C O PER
bu tto n to enter
Menu Description
Operation Steps
Erase Disc
This operation is effective for DVD+RW discs. In the Disc Operation
control bar menu, use the or button to select the Erase Disc option,
press the SELECT button and a warning message pops up, This aperation
will erase all duta on the disc. Are you sure you want to continue .
Press the
button to select Yes , and then press the SELECT button
to confirm. Then the system will start erasing the disc.
The Erase Disc operation may take some time. During the operation, do
not conduct any other operation, including standby; once the operation starts,
it cannot be cancelled midway. Never switch off the power during the
operation; otherwise the disc may be damaged.
Lock Disc
This operation will cancel the write protection of a locked disc. This
function is available only for DVD+RW discs.
1. In the Disc Operation control bar menu, use the or button to select
the Lock Disc item, and then press the SELECT button.
To judge if a disc is write-protected, try the Browse Disc Information
operation. A write-protected disc cannot be recorded, erased or edited unless
the write pr1tection is canceled.
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Play
Rename Disc
Erase Disc
Record a New Title
Overwrite Disc
Finalize Disc
Lock Disc
Play
Rename Disc
Erase Disc
Record a New Title
Overwrite Disc
Finalize Disc
Lock Disc
Disc Operation
Rename Disc
In the Disc Operation control bar menu, use the or button to select the
Rename Disc item, and press the SELECT button to pop up a dialog
box; in the given keyboard layout, use arrow buttons and the SELECT
button to enter desired letters.
Space: add a blank position, Caps: capital change , BkSp: delete a character
forward , Delete: delete a character backward, Clear: delete all character,
Exit: exit opration, OK: confirm operation.
DISC NAME
MY DVD
A B C D E F G H I J K 0 1 2
L M N O P Q R S T U V 3 4 5
W X Y Z ( ) _ : ? . 6 7 8 9
SpaceCaps BkSp DeleteClear Exit OK
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Play
Rename Disc
Erase Disc
Record a New Title
Overwrite the Entire Disc
Compatibility Treatment
Lock Disc