Daewoo 21Q2 CRT Television User Manual

DVD-VIDEO PLAYER
OwnerÕs Manual
Model : DV6T834N [Hi-Fi]
DV6T834B [Hi-Fi]
DV6T844N [Hi-Fi]
DV6T844B [Hi-Fi]
DV6T534N [MONO]
DV6T534B [MONO]
DV6T544N [MONO]
DV6T544B [MONO]
◆ In the initial settings, exclusive channel for DVD/Video is
set to CH 3. Set the TV channel to CH3 before using it.
◆ Region code of DVD/Video player for home is 1 or ALL. In
inserting a disc with other region code, it does not
operate. Please only use a disc with region code 1 or ALL.
◆
is a ÔProhibitionÕ mark. If this mark is displayed in
operating the product, please wait for a while, then use
it. If " Prohibition" mark continues to be displayed in
pressing a button after that, it means the button does
not function in the currently played disc.
◆ Press a product button on the remote control then use
the product.
¥ DVD operation : [DVD] button
¥ Video operation : [VCR] button
P/N : 97P95600N0-78
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER
SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol,
within an equilateral triangle, is intended to
alert the user to the presence of uninsulated
Òdangerous voltageÓ within the productÕs
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 operating 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 FOR LASER PRODUCTS
¥ LASER :
This Digital Video Disc Player employs a Laser System. To ensure proper use of this product please
read this ownerÕs manual carefully and retain for future reference. Should the unit require
maintenance, contact an authorized service location - see service procedure.
Use of control adjustments or the performance of procedures other than those specified may result
in hazardous radiation exposure.
To prevent direct exposure to the laser beam, do not try to open the enclosure. Visible laser
radiation when open and interlocks defeated.
DO NOT STARE INTO THE BEAM.
¥ DANGER : Visible laser radiation when open and interlock failed or defeated.
Avoid direct exposure to beam.
CLASS 1
¥ CAUTION : Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable parts
LASER PRODUCT
inside the Unit; leave all servicing to qualified service personnel.
FCC NOTICE:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rule. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to 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 measures:
¥ 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 the dealer or an experience radio/TV technical for help.
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must
accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CAUTION: Any changes or modification in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by
the party responsible for compliance could void the userÕs authority to operate the equipment.
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Product Information
Important Safeguards
This set has been designed and manufactured to
assure personal safety. Improper use can result in
electric shock or fire hazard. The safeguards
incorporated in this unit will protect you if you
observe the following procedures for installation, use
and servicing. This unit is fully transistorized and does
not contain any parts that can be repaired by the
user.
1 Read Instructions
All the safety and operating instructions should be
read before the unit is operated.
2 Retain Instructions
The safety and operating instructions should be
retained for future reference.
3 Heed Warnings
All warnings on the unit and in the operating
instructions should be adhered to.
4 FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
All operating and use instructions should be
followed.
5 Cleaning
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol
cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.
6 Attachments
Do not use attachments unless recommended by
the unitÕs manufacturer as they may cause
hazards.
7 Water and Moisture
Do not use this unit near water- for example, near
a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry
tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool
and the like. Caution : Maintain electrical safety.
Powerline operated equipment or accessories
connected to this unit should bear the UL listing
mark or CSA certification mark on the accessory
itself and should not be modified so as to defeat
the safety features. This will help avoid any
potential hazard from electrical shock or fire. If in
doubt, contact qualified service personnel.
8 Accessories
Do not place this unit on an unstable cart, stand,
tripod, bracket, or table. The unit may fall, causing
serious injury to a child or adult as well as serious
damage to the unit. Use this unit only with a cart,
stand, tripod, bracket, or table recommended by
the manufacturer.
8A A unit and cart combination should be moved with
care. Quick stops, PORTABLE CART WARNING
excessive force, and (symbol provided by RETAC)
uneven surfaces may
cause the unit and cart
combination
to
overturn.
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9 Ventilation
Slots and openings in the case are provided for
ventilation to ensure reliable operation of the unit
and to protect it from overheating. These openings
must not be blocked or covered. These openings
must not be blocked by placing the unit on a bed,
sofa, rug, or other similar surface. This unit should
never be placed near or over a radiator or heat
radiator. This unit should not be placed in a builtin installation such as a bookcase or rack unless
proper ventilation is provided or the
manufacturerÕs instructions have been adhered to.
10 Power Sources
This unit should be operated only from the type of
power source indicated on the marking label. If you
are not sure of the type of power supply to your
home, consult your dealer or local power company.
For units intended to operate from battery power,
or other sources, refer to the operating
instructions.
11 grounding or Polarization
This unit is equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having one blade wider
than the other). This plug will fit into the power
outlet only one way. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet,
try reversing the plug. If the plug still fails to fit,
contact your electrician to replace your obsolete
outlet.To prevent electric shock, do not use this
polarized plug with an extension cord, receptacle,
or other outlet unless the blades can be fully
inserted without blade exposure. If you need an
extension cord, use a polarized cord.
12 Power-Cord Protection
Power-supply cords should be routed so that they
are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular
attention to cords at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from
the unit.
Note to CATV system installer
This reminder is provided to call the CATV system
installerÕs attention to Section 820-40 of the NEC
which provides guidelines for proper grounding
and, in particular, specifies that the cable ground
shall be connected to the grounding system of the
building, as close to the point of cable entry as
practical.
13 Outdoor Antenna Grounding
If an outside antenna or cable system is connected
to the product, be sure the antenna or cable
system is grounded so as to provide some
protection against voltage surges and built-up
static charges. Section 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1984 (Section
54 of Canadian Electrical Code, Part 1) provides
Important Safeguards
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. See
example as shown.
EXAMPLE OF ANTENNA
GROUNDING
ANTENNA LEAD
IN WIRE
GROUND CLAMP
ANTENNA DISCHARGE UNIT
(NEC SECTION 810-20)
ELECTRIC
SERVICE
EQUIPMENT
GROUNDING CONDUCTORS
(NEC SECTION 810-21)
GROUND CLAMPS
NEC - NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE
POWER SERVICE GROUNDING
ELECTRODE SYSTEM
(NEC ART 250 PART H)
14 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.
15 Lightning
For added protection for this unit 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 unit due to lightning
and power line surges.
16 DISC TRAY
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc as it is
closing. It may cause serious personal injury.
17 Overloading
Do not overload wall outlets of extension cords as
this can result in a risk of fire or electric shock.
18 Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this unit
through openings as they may touch dangerous
voltage points or Òshort-outÓ parts that could
result in a fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid
of any kind on the unit.
19 BURDEN
Do not place a heavy object on or step on the
product. The object may fall, causing serious
personal injury and serious damage to the product.
20 DISC
Do not use a cracked, deformed or repaired disc.
These discs are easily broken and may cause
serious personal injury and product malfunction.
21 Servicing
Do not attempt to service this unit yourself as
opening or removing covers may expose you to
dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
22 Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the
following conditions.
A. When the power-supply cord or plug is
damaged.
B. If liquid has been spilled, or objects have fallen
into the unit.
C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the unit does not operate normally by
following the operating instructions. Adjust
only those controls that are covered by the
operating instructions. Improper adjustment of
other controls may result in damage and will
often require extensive work by a qualified
technician to restore the unit to its normal
operation.
E. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has
been damaged.
F. When the unit exhibits a distinct change in
performance-this indicates a need for service.
23 Replacement Parts
When replacement parts are required, have the
service technician verify that the replacements he
uses have the same safety characteristics as the
original parts. Use of replacements specified by
the unit manufacturer can prevent fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
24 Safety Check
Upon completion of any service or repairs to this
unit, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks recommended by the manufacturer to
determine that the unit is in safe operating
condition.
25 Wall or Ceiling Mounting
The product should be mounted to a wall or ceiling
only as recommended by the manufacturer.
26 Heat
The product should be situated away from heat
sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce
heat.
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Product Information
Important Safeguards
Read Carefully before Using
¥ DVD, VCD, CD, CD-R(MP3), CD-RW, VHS
playback function
¥ Watching DVD for recording broadcast
¥ Integrated remote control (VCR, DVD)
¥ VISS function
¥ Multiplex sound playback/record
¥ High Sound Quality of 6 head Hi-Fi (Hi-Fi
Model only)
¥ One Touch timer Recording (OTR)
¥ MP3 file playback function (CD-R disc having
records of MP3 files)
¥ GUI (Graphical User Interface) OSD (On Screen
Display)
Cautions in use of DVD-Video player are described below.
By using the [DISPLAY] button on the remote
control, information on the DVD/VCD/CD player and
disc, can be displayed on the TV screen.
¥ Screensaver function (DVD)
¥ 3D sound (3D sound effect using 2 speakers)
¥ High bit / high sampling with 27MHz / 10bit
video encoder
This unit has 27MHz / 10bit capability, that enables
the faithful reproduction of fine images.
¥ High bit / high sampling with 96KHz / 24bit
audio D/A converter
With this 96KHz / 24bit linear Pulse Code Modulated
signals, which constitute the highest specifications
in the DVD standards, you can enjoy faithfully
reproduced sound in all of its various modes. To
support 96KHz sampling / 24bit sound, the shaping
noise of this multi-level digital sigma type of D/A
converter is kept flat up to 44KHz, thus preventing
the important audio signals from being affected.
¥ Coaxial digital output (PCM, Dolby Digital, dts)
You can enjoy high-level digital audio by connecting
with amp embedded with Dolby Digital / dts
decoder.
¥ Built-in Dolby Digital decoder (DVD)
¥ Analog audio 2-channels output for DOWNMIX
(x1)
¥ Composite video out (x1)
¥ Slow Forward / Reverse (DVD) playback
¥ Fast Forward / Reverse playback
¥ Search of title, chapter, and time in DVD disc,
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and search of track and time in VCD and CD
¥ Various TV aspect (DVD)
4:3 for Pan and Scan, 4:3 for Letter Box, and 16:9
for Wide
¥ Repeat playback (title and chapter for DVD,
track and disc for VCD/CD)
¥ Repeat a defined period from A to B (DVD)
¥ Selective Play (DVD/VCD/CD)
You can select and play the desired title / chapter
of DVD and track of Video CD/CD in STOP mode.
¥ Various languages OSD (On Screen Display)
function (DVD)
You can select and display OSD among various
languages. (English, French, Spanish)
¥ Parental Lock function (DVD)
This function can prevent playback of software that
may be unsuitable for children.
¥ Multi Audio function (DVD)
The audio soundtrack can be heard in up to 8
languages. In the case of SVCD or CVD, it depends
on the disc. (The number of audio languages
depends on the software.)
¥ Multi Subtitle function (DVD)
The subtitle can be seen in up to 32 languages. In
the case of SVCD or CVD, it depends on the disc.
(The number of subtitle languages depends on the
software.)
¥ Multi Angle function (DVD)
This function allows you to choose the viewing angle
of scenes which were shot from a number of
different angles. (The number of angles depends on
the software.)
¥ Screen zoom function (DVD/VCD)
Please read carefully before using a DVD-Video player.
Installation place and handling
¥ When you place this player near other devices,
they may affect poorly together.
¥ When you place DVD-Video player and TV in the
upper and lower sides, it may cause flickering of
pictures or failure (tape is not ejected).
¥ When you place this player near strong magnetic
materials, it may affect image or voice poorly or
damage recording.
¥ Do not spill volatile liquids like insect spray over
the player. Do not leave rubber or plastic products
in contact with the player for a long time. They
will cause deterioration or paint peel-off.
Not in use
¥ When the unit is not in use, be sure to remove the
disc or tape and turn off the power.
¥ If you do not use the unit for a long period,
remove batteries in remote control to prevent
leakage.
¥ In case you donÕt use the unit for a long time, the
unit may not function properly in the future. Turn
on and use the player occasionally.
Moving
¥ Repack the unit as it was originally packed at the
factory. Alternatively, pack this product with
towel not to be damaged.
¥ Eject any videotape.
Cleaning
¥ Dust off dirt in cabinet or control panel part
smoothly with a soft cloth.
¥ For heavy dirt, soak the cloth in a weak detergent
solution, wring it well and wipe. Use a dry cloth
to wipe it out.
¥ Follow instructions in using chemical cleaners.
¥ Do not use any type of solvent such as gasoline or
benzene, as they may cause deterioration or paint
peel-off.
Product Information
Advantages of This Product Are .....
Checking and Replacement of Antenna
¥ Antenna is subject to change in its direction or
damage by wind and rain. For clean screen,
contact and consult your nearest service center
about checking and replacement.
In recording important screen
¥ Be sure to record the screen and check whether
recording is performed properly. We beg you to
understand compensation of recording if recording
is not performed by badness of used tape or video.
Copyright
¥ Do not use your recordings without permission of a
copyrighter except personal usage.
Tape and Disc Handling
¥ Do not use any tape and disc below. Damage of
video head or cut/coiling of tape may cause
failure.
- Tape with mold
- Tape or disc stained with juice or attachments
- Tape having breakage connection
- Disassembled tape
- Disc with severe scratch
¥ Moisture condensation may occur in tape. Moisture
condensation damages the tape. Please use the
tape after the moisture condensation is
disappeared.
¥ After use, store tape vertically in a case to prevent
loose.
¥ Do not store the following places.
- High temperature and humidity
- Subject generation of mold
- Subject to direct sunlight
- Much dirt or dust
- Near strong magnetic materials such as speaker
◆ Instructions in using remote control
¥
¥
¥
¥
Operate remote control within 7m from the unit.
Do not press 2(two) buttons at the same time.
Do not light up sending part of remote control.
Do not keep in the place with much dust and
humidity.
Checking
¥ Video is a high precision device. To obtain a clear
screen, we recommend regular inspection and
maintenance every 1,000 hours of use by technical
engineers.
¥ For checking, contact your dealer or your nearest
service center.
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Product Information
Important Safeguards ................................. 1
Advantages of This Product Are .... ............... 4
Read Carefully before Using ......................... 5
Contents ................................................ 6
Identification of Controls ............................ 7
Remote Control ...................................... 10
Identification of Controls
DVD Operation
Playing a desired scene.............................. 32
Confirming the current PLAY mode on screen .. 35
AUDIO language, SUBTITLE language
and 3D AUDIO ......................................... 36
ZOOM, Multi Angle and Digest play................ 37
About MP3 discs ...................................... 38
Displaying menus in a disc. ......................... 39
Front panel
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Installation
Connecting with TV .................................. 11
Connecting with Cable Box ........................12
Connecting with Other Video Equipment ........ 13
Connecting with an Analog Audio ................. 14
Connecting with a Dolby Digital decoder or DTS
decoder ................................................ 15
Setup
Output Select ......................................... 16
Clock Set ............................................. 17
DVD Playback ......................................... 18
VCR Playback ........................................ 19
VCR Operation
Memorizing TV Channels ........................... 20
Recording ............................................. 22
Timer Recordings ................................... 24
Watching and Recording Cable TV ................ 27
Using advanced features ........................... 28
Hi-Fi Stereo Playback (Hi-Fi Model only) ........... 31
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LANGUAGE Setup ..................................... 39
VIDEO Setup ........................................... 40
AUDIO Setup .......................................... 40
Others Setup .......................................... 41
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Basic Operation
Product Information
Contents
The others
About DVD ............................................. 42
Basic information about VCR and Videotape.... 44
Before doubting about troubles (DVD) ........... 45
Before doubting about troubles (VCR) ............ 46
Specifications ......................................... 48
Warranty
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! Power (STANDBY/ON) button
Use to power the device on/off if AC power supply
is connected.
@ Place to insert videotape
# Disc tray
$ Video input jack
% Audio input jack
^ Eject button
& Record button
* Channel Up/Down button
( Operation Display Window
Display operation of device. For more information,
see ÒOperation Display WindowÓ in the next page.
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1 Stop button
Use to stop playing.
2 Rewind button
Use to rewind currently being played videotape or
disc; or to playback back rapidly.
3 Playback/PAUSE button
Playback videotape or disc.
Press this button to pause a screen.
4 Fast Forward button
Use to wind currently being played videotape or
disc; or to playback rapidly.
5 Open/Close Tray button
) Select button
Use to change DVD mode to VCR mode, and vice
versa.
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Operation Display Window
Identification of Controls
Rear Panel
VCR Operation
REC and TIMER REC display
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Recording ,
TIMER Recording ,
To be Timer-recorded,
To be Timer-recorded state ERROR
(No Tape or Tape without tab)
AM
dts Disc Indicator
Track
Chapter This is displayed in DVD disc.
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Time, Counter and Current
Operation
Tray is opened
Tray is closed
Disc is loaded
There is no disc in tray
Disc has some error
Menu screen is displayed
Setup menu is displayed
Power is ON
Power is OFF
3D Sound Indicator
DVD Disc Operation
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! Power Cord
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$ COMPONENT Out Jack
It is a jack for supplying power to the unit.
Connect to outlet in a wall.
To obtain better screen quality, connect the unit
to TV or monitor with COMPONENT(480i) input.
@ Digital Output (COAXIAL) Jack
To enjoy sound quality of theater level in home,
connect this jack with amp or unit embedded with
digital audio decoder.
# AUDIO Out Jack
% S-Video Output Jack
^ A/V Output Jack
& A/V Input Jack
* Connection to Antenna Cable
( Connection to TV
Accessories
Remote Control
2 Batteries
RF cable
Connecting cable to
Audio/Video jack
OwnerÕs Manual/
Warranty
¥ To purchase accessories or not supplied parts additionally, contact your nearest dealer or service center. But,
ownerÕs manual and warranty are not sold additionally.
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Product Information
Identification of Controls
Connecting with TV
[DVD]
MENU button
@ POWER button
[DVD]
TITLE /PBC button
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[DVD]
OPEN/CLOSE button, [VCR] EJECT button
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[DVD, VCR]
MOVE/SELECT in OSD, [VCR] Channel
Up/Down button
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^ SETUP button
@
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$
7
8
9
&
[DVD]
REPEAT Playback button
*
[DVD]
REPEAT a defined period from A to B button
(
PREVIOUS button (move into a previous
chapter or track)
0
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(
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+
=
Q
q
W
w
E
)
1
2
3
4
e
[DVD]
) REVERSE SEARCH button
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PRESONNEL.
1
TIMER RECORDING button, [DVD] PROGRAM
button
2
[DVD, VCR]
CLOCK/COUNTER button
3
[DVD, VCR]
TV/VCR button
4
[VCR]
5
[VCR]
5
[DVD, VCR]
NUMBER button , [VCR] TRACKING Ð/+
6 VCR SELECT button
8
[DVD, VCR]
OSD DISPLAY button
9 OUTPUT Selection button
“ CLEAR/3D button
‘
[DVD]
+
[DVD]
=
NEXT button (Move into a next chapter or
track) , [VCR] Frame Advance button in pause
mode
Child Lock!!!
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AUDIO LANGUAGE Select, [VCR] AUDIO Select
button
SUBTITLE Select button
[DVD]
Q PLAY/PAUSE button
q FORWARD SEARCH button
W STOP button
w
[DVD]
Chapter/Title/Time SEARCH button
E
[DVD]
ZOOM button
e
ANGLE, [VCD] DIGEST, [VCR] Record SPEED
button
R
[VCR]
[DVD]
100 button
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9
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5
Method
1
AUDIO
Method 2
3
3
VIDEO
1
<Rear Panel of TV>
button
0 ENTER button
Press the power [√] button of the remote control
for about 8 seconds. No buttons of front panel and
remote control can be operated now and Lock
indicator (Ò
Ó) will be displayed on window
display. To release child lock, press the power [√]
button of the remote control for about 8 seconds.
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21
Record button
7 DVD SELECT button
R
Method 1
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
A/V INPUT
“
<Rear Panel of DVD-VIDEO>
S-VIDEO INPUT COMPONENT INPUT
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Various methods in connecting with TV
Installation
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■ In the initial SET, exclusive channel for video is set to CH 3. To change this setting, set again in ÒCHANNEL
SETÓ screen in VCR operation.
■ In connecting RF cable to TV, set TV channel to CH3.
ANT INPUT
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Product Information
Remote Control
<Outside Antenna or Wall Antenna Outlet>
Method 3
S-VIDEO
Method 4
Remove circular cable (RF cable) (surplus cable) plugged in ÒANT.INÓ Jack in rear panel of TV. Connect the
cable to ÒANT.INÓ jack in rear panel of DVD-Video. Connect TV to DVD-Video. Connect ÒRF OUTÓ jack in DVDVideo with ÒANT.INÓ jack in TV with RF cable.
Method
2
Method
3
Method
4
: Connecting to a TV that has a audio/video in jacks
Connect VIDEO OUT jack in DVD-Video to VIDEO IN jack in TV, and AUDIO OUT jack in DVD-Video to AUDIO IN
jack in TV with connecting cable of Audio/Video jack. Select VCR mode by pressing TV/INPUT button in TV, you
can view more clear screen and sound than connection with RF cable only.
: Connecting to a TV that has a component video in jacks
Use a component video cable (commercially available) in place of the yellow video cable to enjoy higher quality
pictures. The component video connection only supplies video (picture) in the DVD mode of the DVD-Video.
Therefore, in order to use the VCR features or view TV channels at the DVD-Video, you still need to either
connect the RF coaxial cable between the ANT-OUT jack of the DVD-Video and the TVÕs Antenna In jack, or
connect the video cable.
: Connecting to a TV that has a S-Video in jacks
Use a S-Video cable (not supplied) to enjoy higher quality pictures.
¥ VHF: 2 ~13 channels of TV , UHF: 14~69 channels of TV, CATV: Broadcasting is transmitted with cable from
broadcasting station by contract with the station and consumers. It does not need any antenna.
¥ In/Out jack in Audio/Video terminal: - In: A jack used to receive signal required in this unit from other units. Out: A jack used to send signal of this unit to other units.
¥ Connect with Audio/Video terminal, you can enjoy more clear video and audio. (Use OUTPUT button in this remote
control to select video mode.)
¥ If screen is broken in connecting COMPONENT Out to Pr, Pb, Y of TV COMPONENT In jack , connect to Cr, Cb, Y.
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Connecting with Cable Box
Connecting with Other Video Equipment
■ You should install a distributor additionally.
■ You can connect a wide variety of audio/video equipment to your DVD-Video, including : an additional VCR,
Laser Disc Player, DVD Player, Camcorder, Satellite Receiver, Video Game. Since all of these devices use
essentially the same connections, they will be described together.
How to connect
<Rear Panel of DVD-VIDEO>
Installation
How to Connect
<Converter Box>
<Rear Panel of TV>
INPUT 1 INPUT 2
IN
OUT
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
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<Splitter (Not supported)>
RF Cable
OUT
IN
OUT
RF Cable
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If your cable system only requires
you to use a converter box for
some channels
(i.e., pay-TV channels), follow these
steps: Find the primary incoming RF
cable. Plug this cable into a splitter
(available at your local electronics
<Cable Antenna> store.) Connect one RF cable
between one OUT terminal on the
How to watch general broadcasting with recording CATV
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AUDIO/VIDEO Cable
splitter and the IN terminal on the converter box.
Connect another RF cable between the other OUT terminal on the splitter and the A-IN terminal on an A/B
switch (available at your local electronics store.) Connect a third RF cable between the OUT terminal on the
converter box and the B-IN terminal on the A/B switch.
Connect a RF cable between the OUT terminal on the A/B switch and the ANT. IN on your DVD-VIDEO.
When the A/B switch is in the B position, use the converter box to change channels ; when the A/B switch is in
the A position, use the DVD-VIDEO to change channels.
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RF Cable
Set Channel Select switch of Converter Box to CH 3 or 4 as same as video exclusive channel. Press [SET]
button in [VCR] operation to set video exclusive channel in ÒCHANNEL SETÓ screen.
Press channel button of Converter Box to select channel to be recorded. In this case, if you want to watch
CATV to be recorded, press [TV/INPUT] button of TV to select ÒOut (VCR)Ó.
Press [REC] button in DVD-Video.
To watch general broadcasting, press channel button in TV to select the desired channel.
Playback VCR,
Camcorder,
Satellite
Receiver ...
...
...
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A/V OUTPUT
RF Cable
ANT INPUT
RF Cable
<A/B Switch>
ANT IN
AUDIO
AUDIO/VIDEO Cable
VIDEO
Connect Audio/Video Out jack in other video equipment to Audio/Video In jack in rear panel (or front
panel) of DVD-Video with connecting cable.
Connect ÒANT. INÓ jack in TV to ÒRF.OUTÓ jack in DVD-Video with RF cable.
To record contents of other video equipment with DVD-Video, insert recording tape attached recording tab
in DVD-Video.
How to Copy(Edit) Tape with Other Video Equipment
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Turn on DVD-Video.
Press [OUTPUT] button of remote control and adjust DVD-Video to display ÒExternal Input 1Ó or ÒExternal
Input 2Ó in TV screen.
Press [PLAY] button in other video equipment.
Press [REC] button in DVD-Video if you want to record contents of other video equipment.
Press [Pause] button in DVD-Video when unnecessary or undesired scene is displayed in recording.
(Caution) Recording is released automatically after 5 minutes since pressing [PAUSE] button. Press [REC]
button if you want to record again.
¥ For some types of TV, you should press [TV/INPUT] button in TV remote control and convert from Out 1( VCR 1) or
Out 2(VCR 2) mode to Broadcasting Channel mode to change TV channel.
¥ Change channel selection of CATV receiver in recording, contents of recording is changed.
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Connecting with an Analog Audio
How to Connect
Connecting with a Dolby Digital decoder or DTS decoder
How to Connect
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
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AUDIO INPUT
<Home Theater Receiver with
Dolby Digital decoding capability>
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Connect Audio jack. Connect AUDIO OUT in rear panel of DVD-Video to In jack of stereo sound unit.
For Input Select in stereo unit, Select ÒExternal InputÓ connected with DVD-Video.
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Playback DVD disc or Hi-Fi videotape, you can hear sound in speaker of stereo unit.
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DIGITAL AUDIO INPUT AUDIO INPUT
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE.
VIDEO INPUT ANT INPUT
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
ANT INPUT
Installation
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK.
REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PRESONNEL.
AUDIO
COAXIAL
If using this DVD-Video to play a DVD disc in 5.1 channel Dolby Digital Surround, or DTS surround formats, the
DVD-Video outputs a Dolby Digital, or DTS data stream from its COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUT jack. By
hooking the DVD-Video up to a Dolby Digital or DTS decoder, you can enjoy a more convincing, realistic
ambience with powerful and high-quality surround sound of a professional standard such as can be heard in
movie theaters.
Use an audio coaxial digital cable (not included) for the audio connections.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
ÒDolbyÓ and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
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Output Select
To Select DVD
Press [DVD] button.
If DVD mode is correctly selected, DVD on the operation display window is lighted.
Then, remote control button works as DVD function. Press the [DVD] button, then
the mode of DVD-Video Player becomes to the DVD OPERATION mode.
Clock Set
■ Set TV to CH 4( or 3).
■ Press [VCR] button on remote control to change into VCR mode and follow the
procedures below.
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Press [SETUP] button.
Press [ENTER] button to select CLOCK SET.
Select Time and Date Set with [ENTER] button
in CLOCK SET screen.
SETUP
CLOCK SET
TIMER RECORDINGS
CHANNEL SET
FUNCTIONS
LANGUAGE SELECT
Move:
End: SETUP
To Select VCR
CLOCK SET
Press [VCR] button.
Move:
End: SETUP
Press [OUTPUT] button.
Whenever you press [OUTPUT] button, VCR PLAYBACK, BROADCASTING RECEPTION and EXTERNAL INPUT is
selected in order.
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Set the current date and time with [ ,
, , ] button or [NUMBER] button.
For DATE SET, follow the order of Month / Day /
Year ; for TIME SET, follow the order of Hour /
Minute in CLOCK SET screen.
If CLOCK SET is completed, press
[SETUP] button.
TIME AND DATE SET
Time
--:-(hh:mm)
Date
- - / - - / 20 - -
Move:
End: SETUP
Input:
TIME AND DATE SET
Time
11 : 01 AM
Date
05 / 24 / 2003 (Sat)
(mm/dd/yy)
Move:
End: SETUP
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Select: ENTER
Input:
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Basic Operation
Time and Date Set
Auto DST : ON
If VCR mode is correctly selected, VCR on the operation display window is
lighted. Then, remote control button works as VCR function. Press the [VCR]
button, then it becomes to the VCR OPERATION mode.
To Select Watch Modes or External Input
Select: ENTER
DVD Playback
√] button to power on.
Press [√
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Press [DVD] button of remote control to change into DVD mode.
Press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to open the disc tray.
Place a disc firmly on the disc tray, making its label look upward.
Insert the disc and press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to close the tray.
The disc tray is closed and after checking the discÕs condition, Playback or Stop
function starts to operate.
To playback it, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
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In the case of DVD,
DVD menus and titles are displayed on TV screen.
In the case of S-VCD and VCD2.0
the menus are displayed on TV screen and it is converted into PBC
(Playback Back Control) mode.
In the case of CD, VCD1.1 and MP3,
the disc plays in order of its track numbers.
√] button to power on.
Press [√
Press [VCR] button of remote control to change into VCR mode.
Insert the desired tape.
If you want to playback it, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
When the operational status is flickering or poor, adjust it with [TRACKING +/Ð]
button.
Basic Operation
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VCR Playback
To stop it, press [ ] button.
For pause, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button in playback mode.
If you press this button once more, it starts playback again.
Press [EJECT] button in the front part or [OPEN/CLOSE] button
on remote control to remove the tape.
Various Playback Methods
If you press no
button in 5 minutes
after you are opened
the tray, the player
closes the tray
automatically to
prevent from damage.
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To stop it, press [ ] button.
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Press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to remove the disc.
√√] or [œ
œœ ] button in
■ If you want fast forward (or reverse) playback, press [√
Playback mode. You can watch fast playing (rewinding) screen.
For pause, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button in playback mode.
If you press this button once more, it starts playback again.
■ If you want Still picture, press [PLAY/PAUSE] in Playback mode. You can watch
the desired screen in pause status.
√√] button in Pause mode. You can
■ If you want slow-motion playback, press [√
watch the desired screen in the slow forward playback.
* NOTE: VCR doesnÕt have Slow Reverse Playback function.
Various Playback Methods
√√] or [œ
œœ ] button in Playback mode.
■ If you want fast (or reverse) playback, press [√
You can watch fast playing (reverse ) screen.
* This reverse playback can be unavailable for certain DVD. Unavailable for MP3.
√√] or [œ
œœ ] button in Pause mode.
■ If you want slow (or reverse) playback, press [√
You can watch the desired screen in the slow forward (reverse) playback.
* For the case of Video CD, this reverse slow playback function is unavailable. The
will appear.
mark
■ If you want still picture, press [PAUSE] button in Playback mode. You can watch the
desired screen in Pause status.
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If the product, which
has a auto-detector,
detects a
contaminated
head(s), it shows the
conditions to notice
the contamination on
screen.
* In case of the notice
on screen, please
rub the heads with a
head-cleaner
followed by ÒHow to
use a head-cleanerÓ.
■ If you want to watch a series of screens one by one, (FRAME ADVANCE) press
[NEXT
] button in Pause mode. Each time you press this button, the picture
advances one frame.
To Adjust Display
This product includes automatic Tracking function and enables users to enjoy clear
picture without an additional operation. Provided that the following problems can be
solved by the manual adjustment, which improves display quality. (During automatic
display adjustment, ÒAdjusting DisplayÓ are displayed on TV screen.)
- If the screen is poor in Playback mode,
- If noises occur in the upper or lower part of screen in slow playback mode,
- If paused picture vibrates up and down.
Use [TRACKING +/Ð] buttons of remote control to adjust the display suitable for
watching.
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Memorizing TV Channels
Memorizing TV Channels
To Memorize Automatically Channels
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Press [SETUP] button.
Press [ ] button to move
into CHANNEL
SET, and then select CHANNEL SET with
[ENTER] button.
Select ÒAUTO CHANNEL SEARCHÓ.
Press [ENTER] button in CHANNEL SET window
to select AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH.
Select ÒDetect AutomaticallyÓ.
Press [ENTER] button in AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH
window to detect the channel automatically.
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SETUP
CLOCK SET
TIMER RECORDINGS
CHANNEL SET
FUNCTIONS
LANGUAGE SELECT
CHANNEL SET
Auto Channel Search
Add/Remove Channels
Signal Type:
CABLE
Cable Box Setup
Channel Change:
CH3
AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH
Cable TV
Antenna
Detect Automatically
AUTO CHANNEL SEARCH
Now scanning channel 11
Please, check the memorized channels.
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Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒCHANNEL SETÓ. Select ÒAdd/Remove
ChannelsÓ.
Select the desired channel and delete it.
ADD/REMOVE CHANNELS
Channel 02
is now REMOVED.
Press [NUMBER] button of remote control to select the desired channel to delete.
When [<] button is pressed, ÒADDEDÓ under the channel number converts into
ÒREMOVEDÓ.
To check the deleted channel, press [CH+/Ð] button on remote control.
Selecting cable or antenna viewing
■ You must set the viewing mode for your VCR, choosing either CABLE (cable system connection) or ANTENNA
(antenna connection).
To set the viewing mode:
Press [ENTER] to toggle the setting between CABLE and
ANTENNA in CHANNEL SET screen.
When the desired viewing mode is displayed, press
[SETUP] twice to exit.
CHANNEL SET
Auto Channel Search
Add/Remove Channels
Signal Type:
CABLE
Cable Box Setup
Channel Change:
CH3
To check the memorized channels, press [CH+/Ð] button on remote control.
To Set Cable Box
■ When the desired broadcasting finished or you want to add unmemorized channels owing to poor signals to
the memory, follow the procedures below.
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What type of signal are you
using?
To Memorize Channels Manually
CHANNEL SET
Auto Channel Search
Add/Remove Channels
Signal Type:
CABLE
Cable Box Setup
Channel Change:
CH3
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Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒCHANNEL SETÓ.
Select ÒAdd/Remove ChannelsÓ.
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Select the desired channel and memorize it.
ADD/REMOVE CHANNELS
Press [NUMBER] button of remote control to
select the desired channel to memorize.
When [>] button is pressed, ÒREMOVEDÓ under
channel number converts into ÒADDEDÓ.
Channel 02
is now ADDED.
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■ After memorizing automatically channels, when the same broadcasting is memorized in more than two
channels, or you want to delete badly displayed channels, follow the procedures below.
VCR Operation
Channel number changes successively from 01
to 125, while only broadcasting channels are
memorized automatically. When memory
process is completed, the lowest numberÕs one
of memorized channels is displayed.
To Delete Channels Manually
Check the memorized channel.
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Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒCHANNEL SETÓ.
Select ÒCable Box SetupÓ.
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Select ÒCable Box ChannelÓ.
Press the channel number which matches to the
output of the Cable Box to connect between
Cable Box and this unit.
CHANNEL SET
Auto Channel Search
Add/Remove Channels
Signal Type:
CABLE
Cable Box Setup
Channel Change:
CH3
CABLE BOX SETUP
On what channel do you
want to receive from
the cable box?
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To Set Output Channel
Press [SETUP] button and select ÒCHANNEL
SETÓ . Select ÒChannel ChangeÓ.
By pressing [ENTER] button, set the exclusive channel
for video on the desired one of CH3 or CH4.
CHANNEL SET
Auto Channel Search
Add/Remove Channels
Signal Type:
CABLE
Cable Box Setup
Channel Change:
CH3
To check the memorized channel, press [CH+/Ð] button on remote control.
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Recording
Recording
To Record With VCR
To Record From DVD To Videotape during DVD playback
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Insert a recordable tape.
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Press [VCR] button of remote control to change into VCR mode.
Power on TV and select Ch 3, or press [INPUT] button of TV set to select
External Input mode.
Insert a tape with recording tab.
Select the desired speed (SP or SLP) with [SPEED] button.
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Press [DVD] button of remote control to change into DVD mode.
Insert the desired DVD disc.
When it is a DVD disc with copy protect function, you canÕt copy it.
Insert a recordable tape.
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With [CHANNEL], [NUMBER] and [OUTPUT] buttons, select the
desired broadcasting channel or external input unit to record.
Play the DVD disc and press [REC] button.
DVD plays and VCR starts recording.
To exit copy, press [ ] button.
Also it stops automatically when DVD playback is finished or recorded tape is
reached to the end.
This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by method claims of certain U.S
patents and other intellectual property rights owned by Macrovision Corporation and other rights owners.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision Corporation, and is intended
for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise authorized by Macrovision Corporation.
Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.
Press [REC] button.
Then, it starts recording.
If you want to pause recording, press [PAUSE] button.
After pressing [PAUSE] button, if the pause status continues for five minutes,
the recording is released automatically.
To exit recording, press [STOP] button.
To Enjoy Another TV Channel or DVD during recording
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VCR Operation
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Press [√] button to power on.
One Touch timer Recording (OTR)
■ When your urgent business happens suddenly in watching TV or you want to record the current TV program
for the desired time, follow the procedures below.
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First, follow the steps 1 to 4 in ÒRecording With VCRÓ.
Press [REC] button as much as you want. See the ÒRecording Times TableÓ below.
Once ......... continuous recording until you press STOP button
Twice ........ recording for 30 mins from current time
3 (times)..... recording for 1 hour
9 .............. recording for 4 hours
10 ............ returning to the status of Once Press
To stop Recording mode, press [STOP] button more than 5 seconds.
If you want to watch another TV channel during recording with video, press
[TV/VCR] button.
It is available of changing into and watching another TV channel by pressing TV
[CHANNEL] buttons.
If you want to playback DVD during recording with video, insert a DVD disc.
Place the desired DVD disc on DVD tray, press [DVD] button to convert OUTPUT into
DVD mode and press [PLAY] button. Then, you can watch DVD.
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Timer Recordings
Timer Recordings
TIMER RECORDINGS
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Power on TV.
Make sure that current time is set correctly.
Insert a recordable tape with recording tab.
Prior to the setting, press [VCR] button to change to VCR mode.
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Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒTIMER RECORDINGSÓ.
Move
into ÒTIMER RECORDINGSÓ with [ ]
and then, select the desired one with [ENTER]
button.
Select ÒMake a New ProgramÓ.
Press [ENTER] button to select ÒMake a new
ProgramÓ.
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Move:
End: SETUP
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Move
into desired recording type with [ ]
and then, select the desired one with [ENTER]
button.
For Timer Recording method details, see
ÒVarious TIMER RECÓ in the page 24.
Select Òa broadcasting to recordÓ.
Select the desired broadcasting channel
with [NUMBER] buttons.
**If Converter Box and video are connected to
Video/Audio terminal, set ÒEXTERNAL INPUTÓ
on TIMER REC CH by using ÒOUTPUTÓ button.
Select: ENTER
TIMER RECORDINGS
Make a New Program
Review/Cancel Programs
Select: ENTER
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Select the date, start time and end time to
record with [NUMBER] buttons.
One Time
Daily (Sun-Sat)
Weekdays (Mon-Fri)
Weekly (Once a Week)
Move:
End: SETUP
If a recordable
tape is not
inserted in Stop mode
under Power ON,
ÒWaiting for TIMER
RECORDINGS. Insert a
recordable tapeÓ
message is displayed
in the center of
screen, for all
changes or output
conversions incurred
during TIMER
RECORDINGS SET.
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Press [SETUP] button to complete the
setting.
ÒProgram # has been saved. For program
recording, insert a cassette....Ó message is
displayed.
TIMER RECORDINGS indicator, is displayed in
the operation display window.
On the reserved time, TIMER RECORDINGS starts
to operate.
Input:
End: SETUP
PROGRAM1 (ONE TIME)
Channel
Start Date
Start Time
End Time
Tape Speed
Move:
Video: OUTPUT
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06 / 04
10 : 10 AM
11 : 10 AM
SP
Input:
End: SETUP
PROGRAM 1 has been saved.
For program recording,
insert a cassette.
To leave your cable box
on and tuned to preset
channel.
Move:
Video: OUTPUT
To Confirm or Cancel TIMER RECORDINGS
Select: ENTER
PROGRAM1 (ONE TIME)
Channel
Start Date
Start Time
End Time
Tape Speed
0 4 Cable
--/-- - : - - AM
- - : - - AM
SP
Input:
End: SETUP
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Select ÒReview/Cancel ProgramsÓ.
TIMER RECORDINGS
Make a New Program
Review/Cancel Programs
Move:
End: SETUP
2
Confirm reservation-recording details in turn
with [ ] button and then, press [CLEAR] button
on the position of the details to delete.
Select: ENTER
PROGRAM 1 (ONE TIME)
Channel
Start Date
Start Time
End Time
Tape Speed
Cancel: CLEAR
End: SETUP
104 Cable
06 / 04
10 : 10 AM
11 : 10 AM
SP
Move:
PROGRAM1 (ONE TIME)
Channel
Start Date
Start Time
End Time
Tape Speed
Move:
Video: OUTPUT
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Video: OUTPUT
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11 : 10 AM
SP
How often do you want
to record program?
When
moves into ÒCableÓ, select one of ÒCableÓ/ÓAntennaÓ with [ ] or
[ ] button.
Set Òthe date and time to recordÓ.
PROGRAM1 (ONE TIME)
Channel
Start Date
Start Time
End Time
Tape Speed
VCR Operation
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Select one of SP/SLP with [ ] or [ ] button.
For more information on recording speed, see
ÒUsing video cassetteÓ in the page 24.
SETUP
CLOCK SET
TIMER RECORDINGS
CHANNEL SET
FUNCTIONS
LANGUAGE SELECT
Move:
End: SETUP
Select ÒTimer Recording methodÓ.
Set proper ÒRECORDING SPEEDÓ.
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- - : - - AM
SP
Input:
End: SETUP
Timer Program Setting
Press [PROGRAM] button in VCR mode.
You can set the Timer Program.
Before timer program setting, clock should be set correctly and video mode should be
selected.
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Timer Recordings
Various TIMER RECORDINGS
One Time: It is available of TIMER RECORDINGS at the desired specified time.
Daily
: Once you set TIMER RECORDINGS of the desired program telecasted at the same time day
after day, it is available of daily recordings. It is available of TIMER RECORDINGS from
Sunday to Saturday.
Weekday : It is similar to Daily TIMER RECORDINGS, but this TIMER RECORDINGS is available from
Monday to Friday.
Weekly : Once you select one day of the week, it is available of TIMER RECORDINGS in the same
day weekly.
Using video cassettes
To Watch and Record Promptly Cable TV
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Inserting video cassettes
Firmly insert the cassette into the cassette compartment with the label up. An inverted cassette cannot be
inserted.
converter-connected channel (one of CH03/04/EXTERNAL INPUT).
Power on TV and then, set the video-connected channel (one of
CH03/04/VCR).
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Simultaneous Recording and Watching
At this time, CH selected by the converter is displayed on TV screen.
Simultaneously, press [REC] button of DVD-Video to record the CH selected by
the converter, and press [REC] button more than two times to set on One Touch
timer Recording (OTR).
TIMER RECORDINGS of Cable TV
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Reserve VCR.
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Adjust Converter.
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Complete Reservation.
Protecting video cassettes from accidental erasure
Cassettes have a safety tab to prevent erasure. Break off the safety tab with a screw driver. If
you wish to record on a cassette without a safety tab, cover the hole with cellophane tape.
Power on converter and then, set a channel to watch or to record.
Power on DVD-video and then, set the channel of DVD-video to the
Removing video cassettes
According to TIMER REC procedures, select TIMER RECORDINGS SET window and
complete the settings. At this time, the video channel should be input in CH3
(or CH4, EXTERNAL INPUT) of the converter-connected channel. Enter date and
time of the cable program for TIMER RECORDINGS.
Set converter to the cable TV channel to record.
e.g.) To record CH48,
Display CH48 with CONVERTER CHANNEL SELECT button.
If there is TIMER REC function of converter, it is available of reservation.
Press [EJECT] on the front panel and the VCR will eject the tape. Pull the cassette out gently.
¥ Audio-visual material may include works of copyright which must not be recorded without authorization of the
copyright owner.
¥ If you insert a video cassette without a safety tab into the unit : After setting the timer recording program, Ò Ó
will blink on the display panel in the power off mode and the unit will automatically eject the cassette. In the
power on mode, the unit will playback automatically.
¥ If you insert a video cassette with a safety tab into the unit : After setting the timer recording program,the unit
will be stand-by mode in power off mode.
¥ Do not attempt to pull out the video cassette once the unit begins to load the video cassette.
¥ Do not insert fingers or any foreign object beyond the door flaps of the cassette compartment; this could lead to
injury or equipment damage.
¥ Do not attempt to insert a video cassette if the unit in unplugged.
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If you power on converter, video powers on automatically and starts recording
at the reserved time.
**Home watching cable TV is unavailable of simultaneous recording function
(while recording NBC program, watching CNN program). (Owing to mechanical
features of converter, it is unavailable of simultaneous reception of two
channels.)
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VCR Operation
Before you play or record on a video cassette tape, be certain to read this information on the proper care and
use of video cassettes.
Only use video cassettes that bear the VHS mark:
.
There are four types of video cassettes: T-60, T-90, T-120, and T-160. The amount you can record on a tape is
dependent upon the tape speed at which you record. The table below lists the recording time(hours:minutes) for
each tape type according to recording speed.
Tape Type
SP Mode (Standard Play) SLP Mode (Extended Play)
T-60
1:00
3:00
T-90
1:30
4:30
T-120
2:00
6:00
T-160
2:40
8:00
Watching and Recording Cable TV
Using advanced features
Using advanced features
Play the tape automatically
Searching a cassette tape for programs (indexing)
■ When you record a programs, the VCR places an index mark at the start of the recording. To search for an
index mark:
■ This feature allows the VCR to automatically start playing when you insert a tape with the safety tab
removed.
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Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒFUNCTIONSÓ.
Move
into ÒFUNCTIONSÓ with [ ] and
then, select the desired one with [ENTER]
button.
Press [ENTER] to switch between ON
and OFF.
- Select ON if you want a tape with its safety
tab removed to start playing automatically
when the tape is inserted.
- Select OFF if you do not want a tape with
its safety tab removed to start playing
automatically.
SETUP
CLOCK SET
TIMER RECORDINGS
CHANNEL SET
FUNCTIONS
LANGUAGE SELECT
Move:
End: SETUP
Select: ENTER
FUNCTIONS
Auto Play:
Auto TV/VCR:
Index Search
Go-To Search
Move:
End: SETUP
ON
ON
Select: ENTER
Press [SETUP] button and select ÒFUNCTIONSÓ.
Move
into ÒFUNCTIONSÓ with [ ] and then, select the desired one with
[ENTER] button.
- Select ON if you want the VCR to switch to
the VCR mode when the VCR is turned on
or a cassette is inserted. This only applies if
you connect the ANT.IN and RF OUT jacks
of your VCR and TV and watch your VCR on
channel 3 of your TV.
- Select OFF if you want the VCR to remain
in the TV mode. This is useful if you watch
your VCR on the TVÕs video input and you
donÕt want your antenna/cable signal
interrupted by the VCR.
ON
ON
INDEX SEARCH
Press REW or FF
to begin searching
or
Enter a specific
index number
-End: SETUP
FUNCTIONS
Auto Play:
Auto TV/VCR:
Index Search
Go-To Search
Move:
End: SETUP
ON
ON
Select: ENTER
■ You can mark a segment of the video cassette with the tape counter that will help you easily locate the
segment later.
Some index
marks that may
be missed by the VCR :
¥ A mark too close to
your location on the
tape.
¥ The mark at the
beginning of a
recorded segment of
five minutes or less.
¥ The first index mark
on the tape when
you start at the
beginning of the
tape.
1
Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒFUNCTIONSÓ.
Select ÒGo-To SearchÓ.
2
The tape counter is displayed on the screen.
Input the tape counter you want to go and press
REW or FF, the VCR will search for the time
counter you want.
FUNCTIONS
Auto Play:
Auto TV/VCR:
Index Search
Go-To Search
ON
ON
GO-TO SEARCH
Current tape counter is
2 : 17 : 18
Press REW or FF
to go to - : - - : 00
Marking a tape for zero search
1
2
3
4
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If you want to search through a certain number
of index marks, press two number buttons to
enter the number of marks you want to search.
Press CLEAR on the remote to correct an entry.
or
Press REW to search backward or FF to search
forward. The VCR will locate your index mark
and begin playback. If you did not enter a
specific index number, the VCR will locate the
next index mark and begin playback. Press
STOP to stop index searching.
Auto Play:
Auto TV/VCR:
Index Search
Go-To Search
VCR Operation
■ This feature controls whether the TV/VCR switch changes automatically to the VCR mode when the VCR is turned on.
Press [ENTER] to switch between ON
and OFF.
1
2
FUNCTIONS
Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒFUNCTIONSÓ.
Select ÒIndex SearchÓ.
Searching with the tape counter (go- to search)
Switch the VCR to TV or VCR mode automatically
1
2
¥ If two
recordings
overlap, the index
mark for the second
program will be
erased. Therefore,
when you use the
index feature to find
the second program,
the VCR will skip
over it.
¥ If you record
multiple programs in
one recording
session, the VCR will
only find the index
mark that was
placed on the video
cassette tape when
the recording
session began.
Use PLAY, REW,or FF to reach the point on the tape that you would like to mark as
0:00:00.
Press [DISPLAY] button to display the tape counter on the screen.
Press [CLEAR] button to reset the tape counter to 0:00:00.
You can continue to play the tape or perform other functions with the VCR.
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Using advanced features
Hi-Fi Stereo Playback (Hi-Fi Model only)
Display (O.S.D)
1
2
Playing a tape in Hi-Fi high-quality
Press [DISPLAY] button to display the tape counter, clock and status mode on the
TV screen.
¥
¥
ÒHi-FiÓ signal lights up in the top of a screen.
Pressing [AUDIO] button changes menus one by one.
Hi-Fi
And, by one more pressing [DISPLAY] button before disappearing the OSD from the
screen, only the tape counter will remain on the screen.
LINEAR
MIX
If there are some noises made in recording, please ÒLinearÓ to reduce them.
Daylight-Saving Time
1
2
Forced Mono
Press [SETUP] button and select ÒCLOCK SETÓ.
Move
¥
into ÒAuto DSTÓ with [ ] .
Press [ENTER] to switch between ON
and OFF.
¥ While recording in stereo signal, it is recorded in Hi-Fi.
¥ SAP is available only in its service areas from stations.
Move:
End: SETUP
Select: ENTER
Recording Stereo or Secondary Audio Programs (SAP)
SPRING Forward ; Fall Backward
In the Spring, daylight-saving time begins on the first Sunday in April. Because the clock
automatically changes from 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM (forward one hour), remember to include the
extra hour for timer recording falling within this time frame.
In the Autumn, daylight-saving time ends on the last Sunday in October.
The VCR clock automatically changes from 2:00 AM to 1:00 AM (back one hour). Therefore, it can
affect your recording length.
Changing the on-screen menu language
■ You may select the language in which you would like the VCRÕs menu to be displayed: English, Spanish, or
French.
1
Press [SETUP] button and select
ÒLANGUAGE SELECTÓ.
SETUP
2
Programs are broadcast in mono or stereo audio, or with a SAP.
Pressing [AUDIO] button changes STEREO, MONO, SAP one by one.
STEREO
MONO
SAP
¥ The following guidelines will help you decide on the best method for recording programs. Choose:
- Stereo reception for normal recording and to record broadcast stereo television.
- Mono reception if the stereo signal is weak and sound is too Ònoisy.Ó
- SAP reception to record a second audio program. An example of a SAP is a program that is broadcast in English, but
has a Spanish SAP.
¥ You can only record stereo and SAPs if the program is a broadcast in stereo or with a SAP. Consult a television guide
for program broadcast information.
Select: ENTER
LANGUAGE SELECT
Select a language.
English
Spanish
French
Move:
End: SETUP
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¥
¥
CLOCK SET
TIMER RECORDINGS
CHANNEL SET
FUNCTIONS
LANGUAGE SELECT
Move:
End: SETUP
Select the language among English,
Spanish or French by pressing [ENTER]
button.
¥
VCR Operation
- Select ON if you want the VCRÕs clock to
automatically adjust for daylight-saving
time.
- Select OFF if you do not want the VCRÕs
clock to adjust for daylight-saving time.
CLOCK SET
Time and Date Set
Auto DST : ON
In some cases, while receiving a stereo or SAP (Secondary Audio Programs), receiving condition may be poor,
which may cause the stereo or SAP broadcasting to be interfered frequently or its volume to be
uncontrollable. Just pressing [AUDIO] in stereo or SAP forces to fix the condition into mono sound.
To return it, you have two choices, pressing [AUDIO] button again or picking up the channel again.
Select: ENTER
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Playing a desired scene
Playing a desired scene
To skip scenes in a disc
DVD, VCD, VCD2.0, CD, MP3
Repeating a defined period
To move to next chapter (or track), press [NEXT √√❚ ] button.
DVD, VCD, CD, MP3
Each time you press [REPEAT] button in playback mode, repeat
playback starts as below.
The current chapter (or track) moves to the next chapter (or track).
¥ DVD : Rep. Chapter --> Rep. Title --> Rep. Off
œœ PREV] button.
Press [❚œ
¥ VCD : Rep. One --> Rep. Disc --> Rep. Off
The current scene moves to the previous chapter (or track) or first scene of current
chapter (or track).
¥ CD : Rep. One --> Rep. Disc --> Rep. Random --> Rep. Off
Directly moving to a desired title (DVD)
¥ MP3 : Rep. One --> Rep. Dir --> Rep. Disc --> Rep. Random --> Rep. Off
DVD
■ Some movie discs may contain multiple titles. If the disc has a movie title menu recorded on it, the [TITLE]
button can be used to select the movie title. Details of operation may differ depending on the disc used.
* Selecting a title may not be available on certain DVD discs.
2
Press the [ENTER] button or [PLAY]
button after pressing the [
]
button to select the
desired title.
A list of the titles on the disc is displayed.
For the case of VCD disc, menu screen will appear
only when the disc has PBC function and PBC ON
is activated.
Repeating a defined period from A to B
The selected title now
starts playing.
Playing a programmed order
1
While STOP or Playback, press
[PROGRAM] button.
While the right figure is appearing, please input
desired Title and Chapter number with NUMBER
buttons. Press [ENTER] to go into next program
number.
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1
At the point where you want to start
the repeat playback, press [A-B]
button.
2
At the point where you want to end
the repeat playback, press [A-B]
button again.
3
To exit from repeat playback mode,
press [A-B] button.
DVD, VCD, CD
Program
Title
1 -2 -3 -4 -5 -Previous
Play
Menu
Chapter
------
Select : ENTER
Title Chapter
6 --7 --8 --9 --10 - -Next
Exit : SETUP
* In case of VCD and CD, please input TRACK Number.
2
DVD, VCD, CD
■ You may repeat a defined period from A to B.
After completing setting, press [PLAY] button.
A MP3 disc may
not be repeated from
A to B.
DVD Operation
1
Press the [TITLE/PBC] or [MENU]
button.
¥ Rep. Chapter : Current chapter will be repeatedly playback.
¥ Rep. Title : Current title will be repeatedly playback.
¥ Rep. One : Current track will be repeatedly playback.
¥ Rep. Disc : Current disc will be repeatedly playback.
¥ Rep. Random : Tracks in the disc will be playback in random order.
¥ Rep. Dir : Current directory in MP3 disc will be repeatedly playback.
¥ Rep. Off : Repeat playback will be cancelled.
Rep. A-
The right figure appears and repeat playback start
position (A) is set.
Rep. A-B
The repeat playback end position (B) is set and a
defined period from A to B is playback repeatedly.
Rep. Off
It enters into Normal Playback mode.
Then, titles and chapters (track) are played in the above-programmed order.
To exit from Program Play mode, press the [SETUP] button in Program menu
screen.
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Playing a desired scene
Searching DVD with a title number, a chapter number or a time
1
If you want to search with a title
number, press [SEARCH] button one
time.
T 1/2
DVD
C 1/8
02:00:18
Title - - -
It shows total title numbers, chapter numbers and
times. Please enter the new title number to be
searched using the [NUMBER] buttons.
2
If you want to search with a chapter
number, press [SEARCH] button
twice.
3
If you want to search with a time,
press [SEARCH] button three times.
T 1/2
C 1/8
02:00:18
C 1/8
02:00:18
Confirming the current DVD disc mode
1
While in playing, press [DISPLAY]
button.
2
Press [DISPLAY] button again.
Chapter - - -
Please enter the new chapter number to be
searched using the [NUMBER] buttons.
Time - - : - - : - -
While in playing, press [DISPLAY] button.
In completing entering, please press [ENTER] button.
* In case of CD, display screen appears automatically in playback
mode. But subtitle and equalizer bar indicator will not appear.
VCD
T 1/2
LR
PBC
OFF
00:45
T 1/2
1
LR
PBC
Confirming the current MP3 disc mode
1
T 1/2
LR
PBC
OFF
00:45
Track Time - - : - -
In case of PBC OFF, the screen like the right figure
appears. It shows current trackÕs time and the
whole discÕs hours. Please enter the new track
time to be searched using the [NUMBER] button.
OFF
00:45
2
In completing entering, please press [ENTER].
PLAY starts from the selected position.
* In case of MP3, press [SEARCH] button one time. When it shows track
track number.
Display screen appears automatically
in Playback mode.
MP3
T 1/517
It shows the MP3 File information in disc, the
directory, MP3 File name and directory list.
With [
] buttons, you can move the
cursor to directory or number of MP3 Music
File. To go to desired directory or to playback
MP3 File, press [ENTER] key.
128K
OFF
00:45/30:35
OFF
00:45/30:35
DIR_1
DIR_2
DIR_3
DIR_4
DIR_5
* The information of MP3 File means the disc type,
current track, Bit rate, repeat playback mode, time
elapsed and equalizer bar.
* If it is PBC OFF, only the trackÕs time appears.
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VCD
--- , please enter the
At the desired directory position,
press [ENTER] button.
It shows the track list.
T 1/517
128K
\ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1.MP3
\----...
TRACK_1
TRACK_2
TRACK_3
TRACK_4
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DVD Operation
Time - - : - -
In case of PBC OFF, the screen like the right figure
appears. Please enter the new time to be
searched using the [NUMBER] button.
VCD
VCD, CD
VCD, CD
* If it is PBC ON, pressing the time number converts PBC to OFF mode automatically.
3
02:00:18
To exit from Display mode, press [DISPLAY] button
again.
Searching VCD and CD with a track number or time
2
C 1/8
It shows the DVD disc logo, subtitle selected,
audio selected, dolby digital logo, repeat playback
mode and current angle.
To exit from Display mode, press [DISPLAY] button again.
Please enter the new time to be searched using
the [NUMBER] buttons.
If you want to search with a track
time, press [SEARCH] button twice.
T 1/2
It shows the disc type, current title, current
chapter and time elapsed.
It shows the disc logo, current track, subtitle selected,
audio selected, repeat playback mode, time elapsed and
equalizer bar.
If you want to search with a time,
press [SEARCH] button one time.
DVD
Confirming the current VCD, CD disc mode
T 1/2
PLAY starts from the selected position.
1
Confirming the current PLAY mode on screen
AUDIO language, SUBTITLE language and 3D AUDIO
Selecting an audio language
ZOOM, Multi Angle and Digest play
DVD
■ The user may select an audio language and subtitle language if a disc includes Multi-language.
Keep pressing [AUDIO] button till the userÕs
preferred language appears.
A certain disc
may not support audio
select or subtitle
select.
ENG/3
ENG 1/3
Using a zoom function
■ The user can enlarge the current screen about 1.3 or 2 times.
DI
OFF
Keep pressing [ZOOM] button till the
preferred zoom appears.
1/1
If DVD disc includes audio information, every time the
user presses [AUDIO] button, English (ENG), French (FRE),
Spanish (SPA) and others appear one by one.
For the case of
VCD, only 2 times
Zoom is available.
Selecting a subtitle language
Keep pressing [SUBTITLE] button till the
userÕs preferred language appears.
ENG/3
ENG 1/3
1.3
DI
OFF
1/1
2
Different Angle
Selecting 3D Audio
DVD, VCD, CD
Keep pressing [ANGLE] button till the
preferred angle appears.
Standard
Graphics equalizer
Standard
+8dB
ENG/3
ENG 1/3
DI
OFF
1/2
DVD Operation
Please press [3D] button.
Sound fields
DVD
■ If a disc includes multi angle information, the user can watch a screen in multi angles. The function is limited
to a DVD disc supporting multi angle information.
■ Sound Fields and Graphics Equalizer can be set.
Every time the user presses [ANGLE] button, an angle
degrees changes in a consecutive order.
- 8dB
Digest play
DVD, VCD2.0
Press the [DIGEST] button in playback or
stop mode.
* When setting graphics equalizer, sound fields changes to
ÒStandardÓ automatically.
Only activates
with VCD 1.0 or VCD
2.0 discs.
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Every time the user presses [ZOOM] button, a zoom
magnification changes 1.3 times (X1.3) ➝ 2 times (X2) ➝
OFF ➝ 1.3 times (X1.3) ➝ ... one by one.
A base point to be enlarged is centre and the point can be
changed with the operation of [
] button.
DVD
If a DVD disc includes subtitle information, every time
the user presses [SUBTITLE] button, English (ENG),
French (FRE), Spanish (SPA) and others appear one by
one.
If the right figure appears, move the cursor with
[
] buttons.
The user may select a ÒSound fieldsÓ among Standard,
Theater, Amphitheater, Live, Concert, Church, Wide, Hall
or Stadium.
Also, select a ÒGraphics equalizerÓ among Standard,
Classic, Rock, Jazz, Pop or User.
DVD, VCD
All the contents of VCD are divided to 9 parts and the
first scene of each parts are shown on the screen.
Press the [ENTER] button after moving to the desired
scene with [
] button.
The selected scene now starts playing.
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About MP3 discs
Playing a disc containing MP3 files
Displaying menus in a disc
MP3
This unit will play MP3 files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
To display menus in a disc
DVD, VCD2.0
■ If a disc includes menus, the user may use them.
Turn on your television and select the channel assigned to this DVD player.
1
Press the DVD open [OPEN/CLOSE] button, the disc tray opens.
Put a disc containing MP3 files on the disc tray with the label side up.
Press the DVD open [OPEN/CLOSE] button, the disc tray closes.
Press [TITLE/PBC] or [MENU] button.
¥ It shows menus in the disc. Also they are different according to discs.
(ÒReturnÓ will appear on the OSD with VCD2.0.)
¥ If it is a VCD2.0, select PBC ON mode by pressing [TITLE/PBC] button.
* CD and VCD1.1 do not support the function.
The unit will take a short while to load the disc and display the directory structure.
2
Press the [
] navigation buttons of the remote control to select the
folder, then press the [ENTER] button to confirm.
Press the [
] navigation buttons of the remote control to select the file
you want to listen to, then press the [ENTER] button and this selected file is
located and played back.
After starting playback, the track list is on-screen. You can move the highlight onto
the folder name above the track list and change folder with the [PREV] button.
Press the [SEARCH] button twice in stop mode to get back to folder tree view.
Move a cursor to a relative item with arrow buttons of [
button and select one with [ENTER] button or [PLAY] button.
]
LANGUAGE Setup
■ A user can set OSD language, Audio, Subtitle and Disc Menu.
■ Play and Pause
Press the [PLAY/PAUSE] button to switch between play and pause.
■ Search for a track
The [SEARCH] button works on MP3 discs as well as CD audio.
■ To stop playback
] button.
■ To skip to the next or previous file
¥ Press the [NEXT √√❚ ] button of the remote control briefly while playing, to skip
ahead to the beginning of the next file. Each time you press the button
consecutively, the beginning of the next file is located and played back.
œœ PREV] button of the remote control briefly while playing, to skip
¥ Press the [❚œ
back to the beginning of the previous file. Each time you press the button
consecutively, the beginning of the previous file is located and played back.
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In case a disc
does not include
setting languages
information, the
selected language
does not appear.
4
5
Selecting DISC MENU language.
Video
Audio
Others
English
English
English
English
Please select a language to be displayed on DVD
screen.
Selecting Audio language.
Set it as the preferred audio language. In case the audio language is set and
recorded in the DISC, it is automatically played in the set language in every
playing. For example, English is set and recorded as audio language in the DISC,
it is played in English.
Please set it as the preferred language. In case the subtitle language is set and
recorded in the DISC, it is automatically played in the set language in every
playing. For example, English is set and recorded as subtitle language in the
DISC, it is played in English.
Please set it as the preferred DISC MENU language. In case the DISC MENU
language is set and recorded in the DISC, it is automatically played in the set
language in every playing. For example, English is set and recorded as a DISC
MENU language in the DISC, it is played in English.
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Setup
The ability of this unit to read MP3 discs is dependent on the followings:
¥ The Bit Rate must be within 64-256 kbps.
¥ The maximum number of directories should not exceed 32.
¥ The maximum depth level of directories should not exceed 4.
¥ File names should be named using 8 or fewer letters and/or numbers, and must incorporate
the ÒMP3Ó file extension. EXAMPLE: ********. MP3 where each * is a letter or number.
¥ Use only letters and/ or numbers in file names. If you use special characters, the file and/ or
folder names may not be displayed correctly on the on-screen display.
¥ The CD-R or CD-RW discs should be written using the Ôdisc at onceÕ method.
¥ The disc which is made with ISO 9660 format can be playback.
Selecting Subtitle language.
Selecting a OSD language.
Language
OSD Language
Audio
Subtitle
Disc Menu
DVD Operation
Press the [STOP
ÒOSDÓ means
ÒOn Screen DisplayÓ.
1
2
3
While STOP or RESUME STOP, press
[SETUP] button.
VIDEO Setup
Others Setup
■ A user can set up a connected TV condition and screen.
1
2
3
While STOP or RESUME STOP, press
[SETUP] button.
Language
TV Aspect
Video Out
Video
Audio
Others
4:3 LB
S-Video
Select TV Aspect.
If a user selects Ò4:3 PSÓ, the user can watch
only a center of the original scene of Ò16:9Ó.
If a user selects Ò4:3 LBÓ, the user can watch the original scene of Ò16:9Ó, but
the top and bottom of the screen look black color.
If a disc size is originally recorded in 4:3, a user cannot watch it in a wide
screen though a user sets a size as Ò16:9 WideÓ.
A user may select a Video Out between Component and S-Video.
■ A user may select audio menu according to a userÕs speaker set.
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3
Select screensaver.
4
Select defaults.
5
Entering a password.
While STOP or Resume STOP, press
[SETUP] button.
Language
Digital Output
Dynamic
Video
Audio
Bitstream
Off
Select a digital output.
You can set following 2 values of digital output;
¥ Bitstream: The same signal as audio signal
recorded in disc goes to digital audio
output terminal.
¥ LPCM: Decoded audio signal goes to digital
output terminal.
Select a Dynamic Range
You can set following 2 values of Dynamic Range;
¥ Off : You can hear the same sound as recorded in disc.
¥ Full : You can hear loud sound softer and soft sound louder.
Others
ÒParental LockÓ
activates only if
you set a password
and the unit goes
into Lock status.
When the disc has no
parental function
even if the disc for
adult only, Parental
Lock doesnÕt activate.
6
Select Parental.
Press [ENTER] button to set the
selected item .
7
Video
Audio
Others
On
On
Reset
Off
◆◆◆◆
Select "On" to make OSD(On Screen Display)
language displayed in screen.
If bright scenes continue to be displayed in screen, TV can be damaged. Set the
screensaver to "On", the screensaver functions automatically and DVD logo moves
continuously if the resume stop, stop, open status is maintained for about 5 minutes.
If you select defaults, every function set returns to FACTORY Defaults except
PARENTAL.
Input password display appears.
Enter a userÕs password by pressing 4 [Digit]
buttons.
It consists of 8 levels of parental control, violence,
sexual scene, strong sexual scene and others to
protect children from watching those scenes.
The initial
password is
3308. In case you
forget newly-input
password, you can use
3308 as a password.
Language
OSD
Screensaver
Defaults
Parental
Change Password
Changing a password.
For the change of a userÕs password, please move
to ÒChange PasswordÓ and enter new password.
Language
Video
OSD
Screensaver
Defaults
Input Password
Change Password
Language
Video
OSD
Screensaver
Defaults
Parental
Change Password
Language
Others
Audio
Others
On
✔ Off
On
1 Kids
2G
Reset
3 PG
OFF
4 PG-13
◆◆◆◆
5 PG-R
Video
OSD
Screensaver
Defaults
Parental
Change Password
Audio
On
On
Reset
◆◆◆◆
◆◆◆◆
Audio
Others
On
On
Reset
8 Adult
◆◆◆◆
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Setup
3
2
Select character display window.
Select Video Out.
AUDIO Setup
1
2
1
While STOP or RESUME STOP, press
[SETUP] button.
About DVD
About DVD
Playable Disc
CHAPTER
It means the information recorded in a DVD. A title in a DVD is divided into many tracks, of which
a track is called as a chapter. A certain scene of a screen can be quickly searched with the
chapter number.
TITLE
It means the information recorded in a DVD. A DVD can be divided into may titles.
TRACK
It means the information recorded in a video CD and audio CD. A disc consists of many a track, for
which a user can search a certain position.
dts
Digital Theatre System is a 5.1 -channel surround sound system, which is widely used in movie
theatres around the world. It enables the bit rate to be increased to provide good sound quality.
ÒDTSÓ and ÒDTS Digital OutÓ are trademarks of Digital Theater Systems, Inc.
Multi Angle
Some DVD discs contain the various scenes that have been simultaneously shot from a number of
different angles.
PCM
Linear PCM is a signal-recording format used in a CD, while CD is recorded in 44.1kHz/16bit, a DVD
is recorded in 48KHz/16bit up to 96KHz/24bit.
¥ DVD, Video CD (Version 1.1, 2.0), S-VCD and Audio CD
Disc type
Playable
Restriction
DVD
Possible
Region number 1 or Region number All
Video CD
CD
CD-G
CD-ROM
CD-R
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
Version 1.0/1.1/2.0, SVCD/CVD
PCM
Only Audio playback
MP3 File
Video-CD/CD/CD-ROM (MP3 File)
CD-RW
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD+RW
DVD-ROM
Possible
Possible
Possible
Possible
Impossible
Video-CD/CD/CD-ROM (MP3 File)
DVD Video
DVD Video
DVD Video
DVD-RAM
Photo CD
Impossible
Impossible
Bitstream
Digital audio data that is decoded into an analog signal for subsequent output to speakers.
Lt/Rt
It indicates L/R of Dolby Digital 2CH Downmix output.
REGION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
Downmix
This unit is designed and manufactured to respond to the Region Management information that is
recorded on a DVD disc. The region number of this player is Ò1Ó. If the region number described on the
DVD discs does not correspond to the Region number of this player, the player will not play this disc.
This player will play DVD discs made for ÒALLÓ regions. Therefore, this player will play DVD discs
marked with labels containing the region number Ò1Ó or ÒALLÓ.
DOWNMIX is reproducing the proper audio when audio format recorded on a disc differs from the
output audio channel configuration. For example, with just one stereo speaker system you can
hear full 5.1 channel audio.
S-VIDEO
The S-VIDEO output separates the color (C) and luminance (Y) signals before transmitting them to
the TV set in order to achieve a sharper picture. So this must be selected from the menu to
enable the S-VIDEO output to function.
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ALL
(Region 1)
(Region ALL)
Terms related with DVD
A DVD (abbreviation of Digital Versatile Disc or Digital Video Disc) can include 135 minutes of video
information. And for audio, it can hold up to 8 kinds of languages and 32 kinds of subtitle
languages. By using MPEG-2 video compression and digital 3D surround sound, DVD realizes highdefined screen and quality sound like a movie theater.
CDDA
A CDDA (abbreviation of Compact disc digital audio) is a music disc that is currently used.
MP3
Audio compression format that enables audio files to be stored and transferred on a computer
with a relatively small file size. It enables you to enjoy CD quality music. (Short for MPEG-1 Layer
3)
PBC
This is recorded on a Video CD 2.0, Video CD 3.0, SVCD and CVD. The scenes or information to be
viewed (or listened to) can be selected interactively with the TV monitor by looking at the menu
shown on the TV monitor. It stands for PlayBack Control.
COMPONENT It is called color difference signal and is a technology to divide and transmit a color signal (C)
into B-Y (Pb) and R-Y (Pr) color difference signal. This technology supplies clearer and more vivid
picture than composite video type .
Handling Disc
¥
¥
¥
¥
To keep a disc clean condition, please do not touch a side containing play information.
Do not attach a bit of paper or sticky tape on it.
Do not expose a disc to a direct sunlight or electric heating systems.
After using it, please keep a disc in a case.
Cleaning Disc
¥ Before using it, please rub it from center toward outside with clean clothes.
¥ Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzol (benzene), commercial cleaning
goods or antistatic sprays.
The others
DVD
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Dolby Digital Dolby Digital enables the delivery of mono through 5.1-channel audio at data rates from 32 kbps
to 640 kbps, thus offering flexibility and economical performance as well as uncompromised sound
quality.
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Basic information about VCR and Videotape
Terms related with VCR
Before doubting about troubles (DVD)
Symptom
AFT
Automatic fine tuning, a circuit that automatically adjusts TV reception to optimum condition.
CABLE
Cable television.
Checks
¥ The player does not play.
➤ If a DVD is from overseas, it may not be played. Please check a DVDÕs region
code whether it has the relative region code 1 or All.
➤ Please check whether a DVD is inserted in a right direction.
➤ If it is a CD-ROM for PC or DVD-ROM, it does not work.
¥ No sound comes through.
➤ Play mode may be ÒSLOWÓ or ÒPAUSEÓ(In abnormal speed play, no
sound comes through)
➤ Did you connect the parts in right way?
➤ Please check the operative condition of TV or amplifier.
➤ From SETUP, please check ÒAUDIOÓ items.
¥ A disc is playing but screen does not
appear or poor screen appears.
➤
➤
➤
➤
➤
¥ Sound is irregular
➤ Please check the connection with Dolby Digital amplifier.
➤ Please check the plugs are connected with one another tightly.
➤ Some contaminants may be remained in connection terminal.
¥ Remote control does not work.
➤
➤
➤
➤
¥ Dolby Digital sound does not work
➤ Dolby Digital sound can be worked in the Dolby Digital amplifier only.
➤ Please check ÒDolby Digital Ó mark on your DVD.
➤ In case of playing it through digital output, while pressing [STOP],
please check whether ÒDIGITAL OUTPUTÓ is ÒBITSTREAMÓ by pressing
[SETUP].
➤ Please check the connection is correct.
If dew condensation occurs,
¥ [AUDIO] or [SUBTITLE] button does
not work.
➤ If a DVD does not include language information, it does not support
the function.
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¥ [ANGLE] button does not work while a
DVD is playing.
➤ ÒANGLEÓ is supported only in a DVD contains multi angle scenes. Also a
user can confirm the support with the ÒANGLEÓ mark on screen.
¥ ÒMENUÓ does not appear while a DVD
is playing.
➤ Please check the degree of remote control, distance or any
interruption.
➤ Please check a battery in remote control whether it is exhausted or
not.
➤ A DVD may not contain menu information.
¥ Screen shakes or appears only in black
and white. (or Subtitle shakes)
➤ A disc may have some contaminants or be damaged.
➤ If you playback a DVD disc of PAL system whose region code is ÒALLÓ,
the playback screen may shake.
¥ The file name of MP3 (CD-R) appears
with strange letters.
➤ The file name of MP3 recognize only the Alphabet (A~Z, a~z), numbers
(0~9) and a special symbol on keyboard (~, !, @, #, $ ....) and 10
letters can be displayed in maximum.
➤ The letters except above case will be displayed like Ò----Ó.
¥ Any MP3 (CD-R) file isnÕt displayed.
➤ If the surface of disk is injured, the file display and playback can be
impossible.
Index Search A feature of this VCR that automatically records an index each time recording begins. It helps you
locate a particular segment of the tape quickly and easily.
SLP
Super Long Play, an intermediate tape recording speed that combines most of the picture/audio
quality obtainable at the standard recording speed with some of the tape economy of Extended
Play.
OSD
On-screen display of information pertinent to the features of the VCR.
OTR
One-touch recording, a feature that allows you to record the program youÕre watching by pressing
the REC key. Each press of the key increases the recording time by 30 minutes, up to four hours.
RF
Radio frequency, the composite audio/video signal supplied to a TV receiver (or other video
component) by an antenna or cable system.
Safety tab
The plastic tab at the back of a video tape cassette which, when removed, prevents accidental
erasure of a recording.
SP
Standard play, the recording speed to use when the best picture quality is of prime importance
(and when total recording time is not).
What is dew condensation symptom?
¥ If a VCR is moved from a cool place to a warm and damp place or a place facing a direct cool wind from airconditioner...and others, temperature varies sharply, which makes dew on head drums of VCR.
First, turn it on for one or two hours before using it.
Do not use it because it may develop troubles of a VCR or videotape.
How to use a head cleaner
¥ In case of a old or contaminated videotape, screen may not be clean from the contamination of VCR heads.
Please remove contaminants using a head-cleaner like below order.
1 Insert a head-cleaner into VCR.
2 Press [PLAY] for 5 seconds, and then press [FF] for about 10 seconds.
PLAY (5 secs)
3
Eject a head-cleaner from VCR.
¥ If the screen is not clean yet, please repeat the above 2 or 3 times more.
¥ A head-cleaner is not for sale. Please ask it for the nearest agent.
¥ In case a user ask the removal of contaminants of us, the user should pay extra charges.
Please check the degree of remote control, distance or any interruption.
Battery may be weak or exhausted.
When you operate DVD, use it by pressing [DVD] button.
Unplug the power plug and plug it again.
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FF (10 secs)
Did you turn on your TV sets?
Did you connect the parts in right way?
The play may be in ÒPAUSEÓ.
A disc may have some contaminants or be damaged.
A disc may be bad one.
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Before doubting about troubles (VCR)
Symptom
Before doubting about troubles (VCR)
Symptom
Checks
¥ Recording a TV program is impossible.
➤ Please check whether a channel is fixed on video. If not, you have to
turn it into ÒTVÓ by pressing [OUTPUT] button.
➤ Please check whether the timer recording info is right.
➤ Are RF cables inputted antenna connection terminal correctly?
➤ Does a CH number selected in display section appear?
➤ Please check a tab on a tape whether it is broken or not. (If it was
broken, please scotch-tape it)
➤ Check whether the screen is displayed in VCR Only Channel. Press
[OUTPUT] button in this remote controller to adjust in "General
Broadcast" condition.
➤ Is the rounded line (RF cable) connected in "ANT.IN" terminal?
¥ Once pressing [REC], a videotape is
ejected automatically.
➤ Please check whether the clock is right.
➤ Does the display on your video show Ò Ó (Ready to timer recording)?
Please make it out.
➤ Please check whether the timer recording info is right.
➤ Please check a tab on a tape whether it is broke or not. (If it was
broken, please scotch-tape it)
¥ Timer recording of Cable TV does not
work.
➤
➤
➤
➤
¥ In spite of pressing [CHANNEL], a
channel can not be set.
➤ You may not memorize channels.
➤ Please check your channel setting or press a number button.
¥ While duplicating, screen is not clean
and distorted.
➤ While in no use of VCR, was it turned on?
➤ While in recording a program, do you watch another channel?
➤ Select TV by pressing [TV/VCR] button on remote control.
➤ Some tapes or discs distributed in the market for lending is set to
prevent copy in manufacturing. These tapes cannot be duplicated in
a good condition.
¥ remote control does not work.
➤ Battery may be weak or exhausted.
➤ A receiver of remote control may be different with a sender.
¥ Noise appears on screen after
recording.
➤ While in playing a videotape, there may happen some noise or blot in
the part of the beginning of a videotape or resuming ÒPAUSEÓ, which
are not breakdown.
¥ Buttons on remote control do not
work.
¥ While in playing, noise appears.
➤ Please press [TRACKING] for better screen. Videotape may be poor.
Try to change it to another one.
➤ In case a videotape is positioned in the beginning, ÒVISS REWÓ and
ÒREWÓ do not work.
➤ In case a videotape is positioned in the end, ÒFFÓ, ÒVISS FFÓ, ÒPLAYÓ
and ÒRECÓ do not work.
➤ Please check whether another button is pressed.
¥ Sound and screen are irregular.
¥ Sound comes out but screen does not
appear.
¥ Screen is irregular and stripes appears.
¥ "Screen Error" message is displayed in
a screen.
➤ Please use a head-cleaner to clean VCR heads. VCR heads may be
contaminated.
¥ VISS index search does not work.
➤ Are you playing a tape that is not recorded in this recorder? (Try to
record it with the recorder.)
➤ You may start recording it in ÒREC-PAUSEÓ. Please start recording it
from stop condition.
¥ Cable broadcasting can not be
selected.
➤ Please select ÒCABLEÓ not ÒNETWORKÓ from the ÒCHANNEL SETTINGÓ.
¥ While recording and playing, the top
of screen extremely waves.
➤ Since VCR Play signals are not stable like a TV signals, screen may be
unstable or curved while in playing. To fix the problem, please
horizontal adjustment.
¥ A screen is not clear.
➤ In case videotape is the one recorded by other products or old one,
stripe may appear on the screen.
➤ Try to adjust the screen by [TRACKING+/Ð] button.
➤ Try to use a head-cleaner.
¥ A screen at pause is trembling or slow
screen is not clear.
➤ Try to use a head-cleaner.
➤ Try to adjust the screen by [TRACKING+/Ð] button.
Checks
¥ ÒPower OnÓ does not work.
➤ Please check whether a power plug is inserted in an electric outlet.
¥ It does not work even in ÒPower OnÓ.
➤ Please check whether a videotape is inserted in.
➤ Try to insert a plug again.
¥ A videotape is not inputted in.
➤ Please check whether a power plug is inserted in an electric outlet.
➤ Please check whether a videotape is in.
➤ Please check whether a videotape is inserted in a right direction (a
side of transparent window should be on the upside)
➤ Have you inputted a videotape again just after the tape was ejected?
Please try it again after fully ejecting it.
➤ When a videotape forces to be ejected, the tape may not be inputted.
In the case, please pull out an outlet, and then push the tape
smoothly.
¥ On inputting a videotape, the tape is
re-ejected.
➤ ThatÕs why a safe mode to protect a videotape is operated
automatically. Please pull out the tape and input it again.
¥ A videotape is not ejected.
➤ In case the product is used for a long time, a videotape may not be ejected
for a film inside may be stretched. In the case, please pull out a power plug
for about 10mins and then press [EJECT] button.
¥ A channel on video and a play screen
does not appear.
¥ Noise (screen noise) appears on
screen.
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➤ Please check your antennaÕs connection.
➤ TV channel should be fixed on video channel (3 or 4).
➤ Please check your antennaÕs signal whether it may be weak. In case of
its weakness, please use a frequency amplifier connected with the
device.
➤ Press [TV/VCR] and then let ÒVCRÓ is displayed on the display panel.
Was a cable data output code connected correctly?
Were a converter manufacturer setup and output channel right?
Did you enter a password? (Please cancel it.)
Did you turn off your player? (Please turn it on.)
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Specifications
Power
AC 120V, 60Hz
Consumed electricity
24W (supplementary 4W)
Weight
4.6kg
Dimension (WxHxD)
435mm x 93mm x 255mm
Operative temperature
+5¡C~35¡C
Installation condition
Horizontal / Relative humidity under 80%
Received channels
VHF: 2-13 CH / UHF: 14-69 CH / Cable: 1-125
Signal type
NTSC COLOR
Antenna Input/output
U/V-mixed: 75½ unbalanced
VIDEO input
1.0 Vp-p unbalanced, RCA JACK
AUDIO input
-8.8dBm, RCA JACK
VHF output
3 or 4 CH
VIDEO output (common use of DVD and VCR)
VIDEO output terminal, 1.0 Vp-p unbalanced, RCA JACK
VIDEO output (DVD only)
S-VIDEO output (75½ In load Y: 1.0Vp-p, C:0.286Vp-p)
COMPONENT output (75½ In load Y: 1.0Vp-p, Pb:0.7Vp-p, Pr:0.7Vp-p)
AUDIO output (common use of DVD and VCR) Audio output terminal (2 kinds): -8.8dBm(VCR), 2.0Vrms(DVD), RCA JACK
AUDIO output (DVD only)
Analogue AUDIO output (2 CH): 2.0Vrms
Playable tape
Very high dense tapes with VHS marks
Playable disc
DVD, VIDEO-CD, CD (12mm), CD (8mm), MP3, CD-R, CD-RW
Tape speed
SP: 33.35mm/s, SLP: 11.12mm/s
Digital audio output (COAXIAL)
Playtime
SP: 2hrs, SLP: 6hrs (use of T-120 tape)
Clock display
12 hrs AM/PM
Time Recording
8 programs a year
VIDEO S/N (VCR)
Over 45dB(Standard recording)
Resolution
VCR
DVD
Over 220 lines (Standard recording)
Over 500 lines (DVD Disc PLAY)
AUDIO (VCR)
Over 69dB (Hi-Fi), over 40dB (Mono)
AUDIO (DVD)
90dB
AUDIO dynamic range
90dB
DVD Audio output standards
Output
Analogue Audio output
Digital Audio output
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DVD
48/96KHz sampling
48KHz sampling
Disc type
VIDEO-CD
44.1KHz sampling
44.1KHz sampling
CD
44.1KHz sampling
44.1KHz sampling
Warranty
DEAM (Daewoo Electronics America) warrants each new electronic product manufactured by it to be free from
defective material and workmanship and agrees to remedy any such defect or to furnish a new part (at the
CompanyÕs option) in exchange for any part of any unit of its manufacture which under normal installation,
use and service disclosed such defect, provided the unit is delivered by the owner to us or to our authorized
distributor from whom purchased or authorized service station intact, for our examination with all
transportation charges prepaid to our factory. To establish and receive warranty service at our factory or
authorized service facilities, proof of purchase/dated sales invoice is required. Written authorization must be
obtained before any merchandise is returned to the factory.
This warranty does not extend to any of our electronic products which have been subjected to misuse,
neglect, accident, incorrect wiring not our own, improper installation, unauthorized modification, or used in
violation of instructions furnished by us, nor units which have been repaired or altered outside of our factory,
nor to cases where the serial number thereof has been removed, defaced or changed.
This warranty is in lieu of all warranties expressed or implied and no representative or person is authorized to
assume for us any other liability in connection with the sale of our electronic products.
Over-the-counter exchange of initially defective units
A unit is described as initially defective when the dealer opens the unit and finds that it is inoperative or a
customer opening a new unit finds that it is initially defective. This unit may be returned to the factory by the
dealer for exchange. Under no circumstances will a customer be permitted to return an initially defective unit
directly to the factory.
Model
DV6T834N/DV6T834B/DV6T844N/DV6T844B
/DV6T534N/DV6T534B/DV6T544N/DV6T544B
Parts
Labor
1 Year
3 months
This instrument is listed by UnderwriterÕs Laboratories, Inc. It is
designed and manufactured to meet rigid U.L. safety standards
against X-radiation, fire, casualty and electrical hazards.
Daewoo Electronics
America Inc.
120 Chubb Ave,
Lyndhurst, NJ 07071 USA
For more information about this or other
Daewoo products, call 1-800-DAEWOO8.