Daewoo SG-9210P DVD VCR Combo User Manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DVD PLAYER + VIDEO CASSETTE RECORDER
SG-9210P
HELP LINE ; 0 870 100 2525
Please read this manual carefully before connecting your DVD+VCR and
operating it for the first time.
Keep the manual in a safe place for future reference.
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Contents
Product Information
DVD Operation
Important Safeguards ............................................... 1
Advantages of This Product Are .... .......................... 4
Read Carefully before Using ...................................... 5
Identification of Controls .......................................... 6
Remote Control ....................................................... 10
Playing a desired scene ........................................... 35
Confirming the current PLAYING TIME ................... 39
Selecting an AUDIO language and SUBTITLE language . 41
Selecting ZOOM and Multi Angle ............................ 42
About MP3 and JPG discs ........................................ 43
Displaying menus on a disc...................................... 46
Installation
Setting up your player.............................................. 11
Connecting your player through extra equipment
(satellite system) ..................................................... 12
Connecting your player to the Hi-Fi system ..............13
How to connect your player to another player,
How to connect your player to a camcorder ........... 14
Connecting Dolby Digital Amp with Digital Audio Out
Jack ......................................................................... 15
2nd Scart Socket ..................................................... 16
Basic Operation
Initial Installation .................................................... 17
Setting time and date / Auto clock .......................... 18
OSD ON & OFF / Output Select ................................ 19
DVD Playback ......................................................... 20
VCR Playback ......................................................... 21
Recording ................................................................ 22
VCR Operation
Tuning in New Stations ........................................... 24
Timer Recording ...................................................... 27
More Functions ....................................................... 29
Connections and Copying ....................................... 33
Set-up
Language Setup ....................................................... 47
Video Setup...............................................................49
Audio Setup ............................................................. 50
Other Setup ............................................................. 51
The others
About DVD............................................................... 53
Basic information about VCR and Videotape .......... 56
Trouble Shooting guide (VCR).................................. 57
Trouble Shooting guide (DVD) ................................ 59
Specifications .......................................................... 60
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Product information
Important Safeguards
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USERSERVICEABLE 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
“dangerous voltage” within the product’s
enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to
constitute a risk of electric shock.
The exclamation point within an equilateral
triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important 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.
IMPORTANT FOR LASER PRODUCTS
• LASER :
This Digital Video Disc Player employs a Laser System. To ensure proper use of this product
please read this instruction 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
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT
defeated. Avoid direct exposure to beam.
LUOKAN 1 LASERLAITE
• CAUTION : Do not open the top cover. There are no user serviceable
KLASS 1 LASERAPPARAT
parts inside the Unit; leave all servicing to qualified
service personnel.
This set complies with the EMC Directive 89/336 and with the LVD Directive 73/23.
CAUTION: Any changes or modification in construction of this device which are not expressly approved by the
party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
• Only use this unit in moderate climates, not in tropical climates.
• Do not place naked flame sources such as candles on the unit.
• Make sure the unit is placed at least 8cm away from the other home appliances or
obstacles in order to allow sufficient ventilation around the unit.
• This unit should not be exposed to drips or splashes and no objects filled with liquids,
such as vases, should be placed on this unit.
• Switching it off does not disconnect it from the mains (stand-by). To disconnect it from
the mains, you have to unplug it.
• The system is not completely disconnected from the mains when the / I button is set to
the
position.
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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
transistorised 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
cause the product and cart combination to overturn.
8 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 built-in
installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided or the manufacturer’s instructions
have been adhered to.
The safety and operating instructions should be retained
for future reference.
9 Power Sources
3 Heed Warnings
All warnings on the unit and in the operating instructions
should be adhered to.
4 FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
This unit should be operated only from the type of power
source indicated on the rating 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.
All operating and use instructions should be followed.
10 MAINS PLUG
5 Attachments
Do not use attachments unless recommended by the
unit’s manufacturer as they may cause hazards.
6 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.
7 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
PORTABLE CART WARNING
(symbol provided by RETAC)
well as serious damage to the
unit. Use this unit only with a
cart, stand , tripod, bracket, or
table recommended by the
manufacturer.
• If the mains lead gets damaged it must be replaced by
a qualified service agent with an approved lead of the
same type.
• If the plug is cut off, remove the fuse from the plug and
get rid of it safely, as if you put it into a supply socket it
would be dangerous.
• If you change the plug because the standard plug is
damaged or unsuitable, please destroy the old plug as it
would be dangerous if plugged into a live power outlet.
Follow the wiring instructions supplied with the new
plug.
11 Power-Cord Protection
You must make sure the mains lead cannot be walked on,
crushed, chafed, cut, and so on.
12 Lightning
7A
A unit and cart combination should be moved with care.
Quick stops, excessive force, and uneven surfaces may
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We have fitted this unit with a standard mains plug.
For added protection for this unit during a lightning storm,
or when the unit is left unattended and
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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.
18 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.
13 DISC TRAY
Keep your fingers well clear of the disc tray as it is
closing.
14 Object and Liquid Entry
Never push objects of any kind into this unit through
openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or
“short-out” parts that could result in a fire or electric
shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the unit.
15 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.
16 DISC
Do not use a cracked, deformed or repaired disc. These
discs are easily broken and may cause personal injury
and product malfunction.
17 Damage Requiring Service
Unplug this unit from the wall outlet and refer servicing
to qualified service personnel under the following
conditions.
19 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.
20 Heat
The product should be situated away from heat sources
such as radiators, stoves, or other products (including
amplifiers) that produce heat.
21 NORMAL USE
This product is only designed for household or similar
general use. Any other use may invalidate the guarantee
and could be dangerous.
MAINS FUSE IN THE UK
If you use a 13 amp (BS 1363 type) plug, you must have a 3
amp (BS1362 type) fuse fitted. For any other type of plug or
connection, you must fit a fuse rated between 3 and 5 amps
in the mains plug or adapter, or at the fuse box feeding this
unit.
European Symbols
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 work by
a qualified technician to restore the unit to its
normal operation.
This unit is double insulated and an
earth connection is not required.
This unit complies with European
safety and electrical interference
directives.
E. If the unit has been dropped or the cabinet has been
damaged.
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Product information
Important Safeguards
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Advantages of This Product Are ...
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DVD, VCD, CD, CD-R(MP3), CD-RW, VHS
Watching DVD and recording broadcasts
Integrated remote control (VCR, DVD)
VISS function
Multiplex sound playback/record
High Sound Quality of 6 head Hi-Fi
Simple record function
MP3 file playback function (CD-R disc having
records of MP3 files)
• Screensaver function (DVD)
• Coaxial digital Audio output (PCM, Dolby
Digital, dts)
You can enjoy high-level digital audio by
connecting with an amplifier embedded with
Dolby Digital / dts decoder.
• Analog audio 2-channels output for
DOWNMIX (x1)
• Composite video output (x1)
• Slow Forward playback (DVD)
• Fast Forward / Reverse playback
• Search of title, chapter, and time in DVD
disc, and search of time and track time in
VCD
• Various TV aspect (DVD)
4:3 for Pan and Scan, 4:3 for Letter Box, and 16:9
for Wide
• Repeat playback (title, chapter, and part for
DVD/ track, disc, and part for VCD/CD)
• 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.
• 11 languages OSD (On Screen Display)
function (DVD)
You can select and display OSD in 11 languages.
•
Parental Lock function (DVD)
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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 VCD, it
depends on the disc. (The number of audio
languages depends on the software.)
• Multi Subtitle function (DVD)
The subtitle can be seem in up to 32 languages.
In the case of SVCD or VCD, 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)
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Product information
Read Carefully before Using
Cautions in use of DVD-Video player are
described below. 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 above or
below a TV, 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 to 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.
• If you don’t 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 to prevent transit damage.
• 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 to peel-off.
✔ Checking
• The video is a high precision device. To obtain
a clear picture, we recommend regular
inspection and maintenance every 1,000 hours
of use by technical engineers.
• For checking, contact your dealer or your
nearest service centre.
✔ Checking and Replacement of Antenna
• The antenna is subject to change in its
direction or damage by wind and rain. For a
clear picture, contact and consult your nearest
aerial rigger about checking and replacement.
✔ Recording important pictures
• Be sure to record the screen and check whether
recording is performed properly. Bad recordings
can result if using poor quality tapes.
✔ 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 in conditions
listed below. Damage of video head or
cut/coiling of tape may cause failure.
- Tape with mold
- Tape or disc stained with juice or food
particles
- Tape having breakage connection
- Disassembled tape
- Disc with severe scratch
• Moisture condensation may occur on tape.
Moisture condensation damages the tape.
Only use the tape after the moisture
condensation has disappeared.
• After use, store tape vertically in a case to
prevent the tape from becoming loose.
• Do not store in the following places.
- High temperature and humidity
- Subject to generation of mold
- Subject to direct sunlight
- In dirt or dust
- Near strong magnetic materials such as a
speaker
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Identification of Controls
Main body (front panel)
!
$ % ^&*
@
#
(
! 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 jacks
^ EJECT button
& RECORD button
* Programme Down/Up button
( Operation Display Window
Display operation of device. For more
information, see “Operation Display Window” in
7p.
) SELECT button
Use to change DVD mode to VCR mode, and vice
versa.
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)
12345
1 STOP button
Use to stop playing.
2 REWIND button
Use to rewind currently being played, videotape
or disc; or to review.
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
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Product information
Identification of Controls
Operation Display Window
- RECORDING MODE Timer Recording Standby
Timer Recording Error
Recording in Progress
Timer Recording in
Progress
Recording Pause
- DVD OPERATION -
- VCR OPERATION -
DVD playback
VCR playback
Fast playback
Fast forward
Fast reverse playback
Rewinding
Slow playback
Fast playback (CUE)
Pause picture
Fast reverse playback
(REVIEW)
Slow playback
Still picture
Stop
Child Lock
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Identification of Controls
Main body (Rear Panel)
@
!
*
! Power Cord
It is a jack for supplying power to the unit.
Connect to outlet in a wall.
#$
^
%
&
^ Connection to Antenna Cable
& Connection to TV
* EURO AV1 scart socket
@ EURO AV2/DECODER scart socket
# VIDEO Output phono socket
$ AUDIO Output phono socket
% Digital Output (COAXIAL) Jack
To enjoy sound quality of theatre level in
home, connect this jack with amp or unit
embedded with digital audio decoder.
✔ Disposal of Used Electrical &Electronic Equipment
The meaning of the symbol on the product, its accessory or packaging indicates that
thisproduct shall not be treated as household waste. Please, dispose of this equipment
at your applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical & electronic
equipments waste. In the European Union and Other European countries which there
are separate collection systems for used electrical and electronic product. By ensuring
the correct disposal of this product, you will help prevent potentially hazardous to the
environment and to human health, which could otherwise be caused by unsuitable
waste handling of this product. The recycling of materials will help conserve natural
resources. Please do not therefore dispose of your old electrical and electronic
equipment with your household waste. For more detailed information about recycling
of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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Product information
Identification of Controls
Accessories
Remote control
2 Batteries
RF cable
Instruction
Manual
• To purchase accessories or not supplied additional parts, contact your nearest dealer or service centre.
N.B.: Owner’s manual and warranty are not sold additionally.
Instructions in using REMOTE
• Operate remote control within 7m from the unit.
• Do not press 2(two) buttons at the same time.
• Excessive sun light falling on the remote receiver may cause the remote control to become inoperative.
• Do not keep in the place with much dust and humidity.
Remote control battery installation
AAA
AAA
✔
Detach the battery cover on the rear of
the remote control, and insert two AAA
batteries with the + and - ends aligned
correctly.
Two “AAA”
batteries
(supplied).
✔
Caution
• Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced.
• For the best performance we recommend the use of “Alkaline” batteries. Do not use
rechargeable batteries.
• When installing the batteries please observe the correct polarity as indicated in the battery
compartment.
• If the unit is not being used for a long period of time remove the batteries, as batteries may leak
and cause damage.
• When replacing batteries replace all the batteries at the same time with the same type, never mix
old and new batteries.
• Dispose of used batteries safely.
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Remote Control
!
[DVD]
Open/Close button, [VCR] Eject button
@ VCR SELECT button
#
[DVD, VCR]
Number button, [VCR] Tracking -/+ button
$ System button (This button is not available for this
set)
@
9
0
“
&
[DVD]
#
#
*
[DVD]
$
‘
(
[DVD]
%
+
=
1 Play/Pause button
!
^
&
*
(
Q
q
W
)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
w
E
e
R
r
T
t
Y
y
% SETUP button
^
[DVD, VCR]
Move/Select in OSD, [VCR] Channel Up/Down
button
Title /PBC button
AUDIO Language Select, [VCR] AUDIO Select
button
Subtitle Select button
) Reverse Search button
2
[DVD] PREVIOUS button (move into a previous
chapter or track)
3
[VCR]
Record Speed button
4
[VCR]
Record button
5
[VCR]
TV/VCR button
6 3D button (This button is not available for this set)
7
[VCR]
CM SKIP
8
[VCR]
Replay button
9 Power button
0 DVD SELECT button
“
[VCR]
INPUT Selection button
‘ Clear button
+
[DVD, VCR]
OSD Display button
= OK/ENTER button
Child Lock !
Press the power [ ] button of the remote for
about 5 seconds. No buttons of front panel can
be operated now and Lock indicator (“
”)
will be displayed on window display. To release
child lock, press any button on the remote
control.
POWER ON
Player will POWER ON if any button on the
remote control is pressed.
10
Q
[DVD]
Menu button
q
[DVD]
Chapter/Title/Time Search button
W
[DVD]
Zoom button
w Forward Search button
E Stop button
e
[DVD] Next button (Move into a next chapter or
track) , [VCR] Frame Advance button in pause mode
R
[DVD]
Repeat Playback button
r
[DVD]
REPEAT a defined period from A to B button
T
[DVD]
Angle button
t
[DVD]
Mark button
Y
[DVD, VCR]
y
LAST CHANNEL button (If you move channels
using the [PR+/PR-] button, return to the previous TV
channel which was being watched)
[VCR]
PROGRAMME button
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Setting up your player
■ Before you start, unplug all the equipment from the mains supply.
(Option 1) - Connecting your player through RF lead
Installation
Television
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Back view of your player
Aerial
The type of aerial you should
use, depends on local
interference and how far you
are from the transmitter. You
should contact a local
retailer if you have any
questions about your aerial.
(Option 2) - Connecting your player through a scart lead
Television
Aerial
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Scart lead (not supplied)
Back view of your player
With this connection, if your player is receiving CH BBC1 and your TV is displaying CH3, when you press the [TV/VCR]
button on the remote control, your TV will automatically display the CH BBC1. “VCR” will be shown in the display.
In this mode, to change the viewing channels the [PR-] and [PR+] buttons on the player remote need to be used. To
switch off this mode press [TV/VCR] on the remote control, TV remote can now be used as normal. You will get better
pictures and sound quality if you connect your player using a scart lead.
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Connecting your player through
extra equipment (satellite system)
■ Before you start, unplug all the equipment from the mains supply.
(Option 1) - Connecting your player through RF lead
Television
Aerial
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Back view of your player
Satellite
You can use this connection if your player has two scart sockets. This will improve sound and picture quality
when you are recording from satellite.
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Connecting your player to the Hi-Fi system
■ Before you start, unplug all the equipment from the mains supply.
Option 1
Installation
Television
Aerial
Hi-Fi
Plug a phono cable into the
“Audio L/R” sockets on the
back panel and into the audio
sockets on any audio amplifier,
if needed. If your player does
not have this connection, see
page 15.
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Player
You can also use a scart lead to improve picture and sound quality from your player.
Option 2
Television
Aerial
Hi-Fi
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Player
If required, plug a scart to phono
cable into the “AV1” socket on
the back panel and into the
audio socket on any audio
amplifier.
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How to connect your player to another player
■ Before you start, unplug all the equipment from the mains supply.
How to connect
First player
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
connect a scart
lead from player to
second VCR
Second player
1) Insert the tape you wish to record on into the first player and press [INPUT] until “AV1” appears on the front
display.
2) Insert the tape you wish to copy from into the second player. Press the [PLAY] button on the second player.
3) Press the [RECORD] button on the first player.
The player will start recording.
If your player has two scart sockets, you can use the other socket “AV2” to connect other equipment.
To use this function, see page 16.
How to connect your player to a camcorder
■ Before you start, unplug all the equipment from the mains supply.
How to connect
Television
200-240V~,
50/60 Hz
Aerial
Camcorder
to
camcorder
Player
Scart Plug
to TV
If you have connected your camcorder in this way, you can also connect a scart lead from “AV2” on
the back panel of the player to the television. To use this function, see page 16.
You can also connect the camcorder by using a phono cable if your player has front input sockets.
Check the front of your player for this connection, see page 16.
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Connecting Dolby Digital Amp with
Digital Audio Out Jack
Installation
How to connect
REAR PANEL OF DVD-VIDEO
CONNECTING CABLE
(Not supplied)
(L) AUDIO IN (R)
Home Theatre Receiver with Dolby Digital decoding capability
1 Select COAXIAL to connect to amp of Dolby Digital.
* If you want to know about “Dolby Digital”, please refer to [About DVD] in 53-55p.
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
"Dolby" and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theatre Systems, Inc.
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2nd scart socket
2nd scart socket
If your video has the AV2 output, shown in the diagram below, you can connect other equipment as seen on
pages 12-15.
2nd scart
INPUT ONLY
INPUT+OUTPUT
When connecting other equipment please refer to their manuals for further information. This video manual
recommends the set up as shown on page 12. If the equipment is turned off when connected by this method, the
video behaves as normal, but if the equipment is turned on the video will automatically switch over to AV2 mode
and displays the channel of the other equipment, channel selection can only be performed by the other
equipment, the video PR+/PR- buttons have no effect.
To return to normal video use the other equipment must be turned off.
Recording from other Equipment.
Simple recording can be performed, ensure the equipment is turned on and is displaying the correct channel.
Timer recording, set the video to perform a timed recording ensuring AV1 is selected as the channel to be
recorded. Some equipment may have a timer which allows it to be powered on to the correct channel, if this
feature is not available the other equipment should be left powered on.
Front AV
If the video has front input sockets, it is possible to connect devices such as a
camcorder to the video. To watch a camcorder tape the video must be in AVF
mode. Recordings of this input are the same as described on page 14.
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Initial Installation
■ Switch the TV on.
■ You can also start "AUTO SET" in the SETUP "PR PRESET" ➝ "AUTO SET".
■ To tune in new stations (manual tuning) and to enter station names see page 24-25.
Setting up the player
1
You should see this picture the first time you switch on the TV and
player.
AUTO SET
2
OK for "AUTO SET!".
"AUTO SET" tunes in all the stations you can receive in your
country.
Basic Operation
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
CH 25
PLEASE WAIT...
Clock is automatically set.
SETUP:END
3
If other stations are positioned on near the current RF OUTPUT CH,
the guide message appears automatically.
The player recommends the optimal RF OUTPUT CH number
automatically.
RF OUTPUT SET
CURRENT
RECOMMENDED
CH 52
CH 54
0-9:SELECT(21-69)
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
Press the [OK] button to confirm the recommended PR.
4
Should you wish the stations to have the same numbers as those
used on the TV, follow the instructions in "Sorting programme
locations" on page 25.
IMPORTANT!
PLEASE CHANGE THE TV
CH TO 54.
Otherwise ...
exit the basic installation function and enjoy your player.
MANUAL SET
PR01
PR02
PR03
PR04
PR05
PR06
PR07
P-O1
P-02
P-03
P-04
P-05
P-06
P-07
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
PR08
PR09
PR10
PR11
PR12
PR13
PR14
P-08
P-09
P-10
P-11
----------
SETUP:END
• If you don´t see this picture, because you don´t use a SCART cable,
search this picture now (CH 52) with the station tuning functions of your
TV set (see its user manual).
•
In case of interference problems on CH 52, type in an
other transmission channel between 21 and 69 using
the number buttons.
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Setting time and date
Setting time and date
■ Press [VCR] button on the remote control to change into VCR Mode and follow the procedure
below.
1
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu,
choose "VCR SETUP", then "CLOCK SET".
CLOCK SET
TIME - - : - DATE - - / - - /- - - 0-9:SETUP (HOUR)
/➝:CORRECT SETUP:END
➝
2
Move to the position you want to change and type in the
new values.
Wait a few seconds after typing a one-digit number.
CLOCK SET
TIME 06:05
DATE 07/05/2006(SUN)
Store with [OK] button and exit with [SETUP] button.
0-9:SETUP (HOUR)
/➝:CORRECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
➝
Auto clock
Setting Auto clock
■ Auto Clock is only available for models with the VPS/PDC function (see page 28).
Some broadcasting stations may send the time and date along with the VPS/PDC data. The video will
automatically use this time and date during the initial setting up procedure during normal use, and every
time you switch the video off at the mains. If you find that this time and date is incorrect you can remove
this feature by following the steps below changing it to OFF mode, you will then have to manually set the
time and date, see above.
VCR SETUP
CLOCK SET
RF OUTPUT SET
16:9 SET
OSD ON/OFF
AUTO CLOCK
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
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SETUP:END
AUTO CLOCK
ON
OFF
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
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OSD ON & OFF
OSD (On Screen Display) ON & OFF
This player is set to “OSD (On Screen Display) ON” mode before shipping and you can change it to
OFF mode.
1
SETUP
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu.
TIMER PROGRAM
PR PRESET
VCR SETUP
TAPE CONTROL
2
Choose “VCR SETUP”.
And press the [OK] button.
VCR SETUP
CLOCK SET
RF OUTPUT SET
16:9 SET
OSD ON/OFF
AUTO CLOCK
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
3
Select “OSD ON/OFF”.
If you want OSD OFF mode, select it and press [OK] button to
confirm.
Then OSD characters are not displayed in the normal picture.
SETUP:END
Basic Operation
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
OSD ON/OFF
ON
OFF
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
Output Select
To Select DVD
Press [DVD] button.
If DVD mode is correctly selected, DVD is displayed on the operation
display. Then, REMOTE control works in DVD function.
To Select VCR
Press [VCR] button.
If VCR mode is correctly selected, DVD on the operation display window
goes out. Then, REMOTE button works as VCR function. Press the [VCR]
button, then it becomes to the VCR OPERATION mode.
To Select Operation Mode or External Input
Press [INPUT] button.
When you press [INPUT] button, BROADCASTING RECEPTION and EXTERNAL INPUT will be selected. But, this
button will not function in PLAY, REC and DVD mode.
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DVD Playback
1
2
3
Press [ ] button to power on.
Press [DVD] button of REMOTE to select DVD mode.
Press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to open the disc tray.
Place a disc firmly on the disc tray, ensuring the disc’s label is uppermost.
Insert the disc and press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to close the tray.
The disc tray will close and after initialisation, Playback or Stop function starts to
operate.
To play the disc, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
4
5
• 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 the TV screen and it is converted into PBC
(Playback Control) mode.
• In the case of CD, VCD1.1 and MP3,
the disc plays.
To stop it, press [
] button.
If you want to stop playback, press [STOP] button.
Press [OPEN/CLOSE] button to remove the disc.
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Various Playback Methods
√√] or
■ If you want fast forward (cue) or reverse (review) playback, press [√
œœ ] button in Playback mode. You can watch fast playing (reverse ) screen.
[œ
* This reverse playback may be unavailable for certain DVD.
√√] button in Pause mode.
■ If you want slow playback, press [√
You can watch the desired screen in the slow forward playback.
■ If you want a still picture, press [PAUSE] button in Playback mode. You can watch
the desired screen in Pause status.
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VCR Playback
1
Press [ ] button to power on.
Press [VCR] button of remote control to change to VCR mode.
2
Insert the desired tape.
If you want to playback, press [PLAY/PAUSE] button.
3
When the operational status is flickering, adjust [TRACKING +/-] button.
To stop it, press [
5
Press [EJECT] button on the front part of the unit or [OPEN/CLOSE]
button on remote control to eject the tape.
Basic Operation
4
] button.
If you want to stop playback, press [STOP] button.
Various Playback Methods
√√] or [œ
œœ ] button in
■ If you want fast forward (or reverse) playback, press [√
Playback mode. You can watch fast playing cue/review (rewinding) on screen.
* NOTE: You might see no colour and a noise band when you fast forward (or
reverse) playback the tape which is recorded in LP mode.
■ If you want Still picture, press [PLAY/PAUSE] in Playback mode. You can watch the
desired scene in pause status.
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 “How
to use a headcleaner”.
√√] button in Pause mode. You can
■ If you want slow-motion playback, press [√
watch the desired scene in the slow forward (cue) playback.
* NOTE: VCR doesn’t have Slow Reverse Playback function.
■ 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 by one frame.
■ If you press [REPLAY] button in playback mode, the player quickly rewinds 15
seconds of the tape and plays it again.
■ If you press [CM SKIP] button in playback mode, the player quickly skips 30
seconds of the tape and then reverts to play again.
To Adjust Display
This product includes an automatic Tracking feature and enables users to enjoy clear
pictures without any additional operation. Provided that the following problems can be
solved by manual adjustment, which improves display quality. (During automatic picture
adjustment, “Adjusting Display” is displayed on TV screen.)
- If the picture is poor in Playback mode,
- If noises occur in the upper or lower part of the picture in slow playback (cue) mode,
- If paused picture vibrates up and down.
Use [TRACKING +/-] buttons of remote control to adjust the display for optimum viewing.
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Recording
To Record With VCR
1
2
3
Press [
] button to power on.
• Press [VCR] button of remote control to change to VCR mode.
Insert a recordable tape.
Insert a tape with recording tab.
With [CHANNEL], [NUMBER] and [INPUT] buttons, select the desired
broadcasting channel or external input unit to be recorded.
Select the desired speed (SP or LP) with [SPEED] button.
4
5
6
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, it will
be released and the recordings will continue automatically.
To exit recording, press [STOP] button.
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To Enjoy a TV Channel or DVD during recording
1
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.
2
If you want to watch a TV channel during DVD recording with video, press
[VCR] button to convert OUTPUT into VCR mode and press [PR+/-] button.
Then , you can watch a TV channel.
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Recording
To Copy From DVD To Videotape
1
2
3
Insert the desired DVD disc.
When the DVD disc is copyright protected, you can’t copy it. If DVD disc is not
copy protected then insert a blank tape.
Press [REC] button during playing of DVD.
DVD plays and VCR starts recording.
Basic Operation
If you press STOP [ ] button in DVD mode, DVD and VCR will stop at the
same time.
If you press STOP [ ] button in VCR mode, VCR stops to record and DVD
continues to play.
“This product incorporates copyright protection technology that is protected by U.S
patents and other intellectual property rights.
Use of this copyright protection technology must be authorized by Macrovision,
and is intended for home and other limited viewing uses only unless otherwise
authorized by Macrovision. Reverse engineering or disassembly is prohibited.”
One Touch timer Recording (OTR)
■ If you need to make an instant recording, or you want to record the current TV programme for a predetermined time , follow the procedures below.
1
2
First, follow the steps 1 to 4 in “Recording With VCR”.
Press [REC] button reference the “Recording Times Table” below.
Once
continuous recording until you press STOP button
Twice
recording for 30 mins from current time
3 (times) recording for 1 hour
Incrementing recording for 30 mins at each press.
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22
3
recording for 10 hours
returning to the status of Once Press
To stop Recording mode, press [STOP] button more than 5 seconds.
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Tuning in New Stations
■ The TV and player are switched on.
■ To see the picture from your player, press the input or AV (Audio/Video) button on the TV.
Tuning
1
To complete the set-up of your video recorder when the auto
set has not stored all of the channels or when you wish to
store a new channel.
Call up the video’s "SETUP" menu, choose "PR PRESET".
PR PRESET
AUTO SET
MANUAL SET
PR ERASE
PR ALIGN
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
Select "MANUAL SET".
SETUP:END
MANUAL SET
2
PR01
PR02
PR03
PR04
PR05
PR06
PR07
P-O1
P-02
P-03
P-04
P-05
P-06
P-07
PR08
PR09
PR10
PR11
PR12
PR13
PR14
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
Choose any unused programme number "----" or "P-xx" ...
It's best to use the same programme number on both the TV
and video.
... and confirm by selecting “OK” button.
SETUP:END
MANUAL SET
PR
RECEPTION
AUTOSEARCH
FINE TUNING
DECODER
NAME
PR+/-: UP/DOWN
/➝ : SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
➝
3
P-08
P-09
P-10
P-11
----------
04
AERIAL
CH_ _
ON
____
SETUP:END
Set the station you want:
MANUAL SET
• the programme number;
• the broadcast system you want (Aerial(CH) or Cable(CC)),
• You can directly enter the real channel number with the
œ /√
√ ],
[0 to 9] buttons, or search by pressing [œ
• The fine tuning you can adjust,
• When the programme is encoded (and you have a decoder
œ or √ ] to
connected to socket EURO AV2), press the [œ
select ON or OFF.
• Change or create the station name.
Once you see the station you want, store it by selecting OK.
5
24
Tune in further stations (from step 3 onwards) or exit tuning
mode.
PR
RECEPTION
AUTOSEARCH
FINE TUNING
DECODER
NAME
PR+/-: UP/DOWN
/➝ : SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
➝
4
03
AERIAL
CH 03
ON
____
SETUP:END
MANUAL SET
PR
03
RECEPTION
AERIAL
AUTOSEARCH CH_ _
FINE TUNING
DECODER
ON
NAME
____
PR+/-: UP/DOWN
0/1: CHANGE/CREATE
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
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Tuning in New Stations
Station names
■ If your player is showing no station name or is showing a station name incorrectly, you can correct
this.
1
2
Call up this menu (see the previous page),
if it isn't displayed.
Select NAME position.
Press the [0] button to change the given name.
Or press the [1] button to create the station name.
Either select the name from the stored list or
create the station name by entering 4 letters/digits.
Change the letters with the [PR +/–] buttons, move
œ /√
√] buttons.
to the next letter with the [œ
MANUAL SET
PR
01
RECEPTION
AERIAL
AUTOSEARCH CH01
FINE TUNING
DECODER
ON
____
NAME
PR+/-: UP/DOWN
0/1: CHANGE/CREATE
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
MANUAL SET
PR
01
RECEPTION
AERIAL
AUTOSEARCH CH_ _
FINE TUNING
DECODER
ON
NAME
O_ _ _
PR+/-: SELECT CHARACTER
/➝ : SELECT POSITION
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
➝
VCR Operation
3
Store and exit.
MANUAL SET
PR01
PR02
PR03
PR04
PR05
PR06
PR07
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CHA4
SKY1
SKYN
SKYM
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
PR08
PR09
PR10
PR11
PR12
PR13
PR14
SKYS
MTVE
P-10
P-11
----------
SETUP:END
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Tuning in New Stations
Sorting programme locations
If the location numbers used for programmes stored in your TV and player are different, you can change them on the
player. To do this, move the stations to the right numbers, until they are arranged the way you want.
2
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu,
choose "PR PRESET" then "PR ALIGN".
Select the programme to swap.
Confirm by pressing OK button.
Move the station to the desired location number.
Confirm by pressing OK button.
PR01
PR02
PR03
PR04
PR05
PR06
PR07
PR ALIGN
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CHA4
SKY1
SKYN
SKYM
PR+/-:ALIGN
:PR VIEW
OK:CONFIRM
PR08
PR09
PR10
PR11
PR12
PR13
PR14
SKYS
MTVE
P-10
P-11
----------
➝
1
SETUP:END
Clearing programme locations
2
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu,
choose "PR PRESET" then "PR ERASE".
Select the station (location number) you want to clear.
œ ] button.
Review the picture by pressing [œ
Clear by pressing OK button.
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PR01
PR02
PR03
PR04
PR05
PR06
PR07
PR ERASE
BBC1
BBC2
ITV
CHA4
SKY1
SKYN
SKYM
PR+/-:SELECT
:PR VIEW
OK:ERASE
➝
1
PR08
PR09
PR10
PR11
PR12
PR13
PR14
SKYS
MTVE
P-10
P-11
----------
SETUP:END
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Timer Recording
■ For timer recordings, clock, date, and stations must be set correctly.
■ Load a cassette with its safety tab in place and with sufficient free space for the recording.
Normal timer recording
1
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu and, choose "TIMER
PROGRAM".
Decide if you want to record "ONCE", "WEEKLY" or
"DAILY"...
... and confirm.
HOW OFTEN DO YOU WANT
TO RECORD THIS PROGRAM?
ONCE
WEEKLY(ONCE A WEEK)
DAILY(MON-FRI)
DAILY(MON-SAT)
DAILY(MON-SUN)
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
Type in one after the other:
TIMER PROGRAM (ONCE)
PR
01
START TIME
18:10
END TIME
20:30
START DATE
19/05(FRI)
TAPE SPEED
LP
VPS/PDC
ON
PR+/-:SELECT(AV1/AV2)
0-9 : SETUP (PR)
/➝ :CORRECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
➝
If you wish to make changes:
œ/√
√ ]
Move to the position you want to change using the [œ
buttons. Change the setting using the [PR+/- ] or [number]
buttons.
œ or √ ], till you see “OK :
If all settings are ok, press [œ
CONFIRM” in the bottom line.
Confirm.
TIMER PROGRAM (ONCE)
PR
-START TIME
--:-END TIME
--:-START DATE
--/-TAPE SPEED
SP
VPS/PDC
ON
PR+/-:SELECT(AV1/AV2)
0-9 :SETUP(PR)
/➝:CORRECT SETUP:END
VCR Operation
3
The programme location number;
the time the broadcast starts,
the time the broadcast ends,
the day of the broadcast, if it is not today.
Select LP if you wish to make a long play recording .
Switch off VPS/PDC here if you need to .
➝
2
•
•
•
•
•
•
Switch your player off.
• Wait a few seconds after typing a one-digit-number.
œ/√
√] buttons
• If you have made a mistake, move to the position you want to change using the [œ
and change the setting.
• If programme timings overlap, the machine will give a warning message. If you don’t adjust
the times, the machine will record the first programme completely then continue with the
second one.
• If there is no sufficient free space for the recording on the cassette the video switches
automatically to “LP” for double recording capacity.
• The recorder will eject cassettes which have the safety tab removed.
• The player will be powered on and record the program at the set time.
• If the player is powered on after a timer recording has been set, the player cannot record in
VCR mode but can record in DVD mode.
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Timer Recording
Timer Review – changing and erasing
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu,
choose "TIMER PROGRAM".
PR
03
01
-------
1
TIMER PROGRAM
START END DATE
21:20 22:20 13/05
18:10
-- : --- : --- : --- : --- : --- : --
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
19/05
-- / --- / --- / --- / --- / --- / --
SETUP:END
TIMER PROGRAM (ONCE)
PR
START TIME
END TIME
START DATE
TAPE SPEED
VPS/PDC
03
21:20
22:20
13/05(SAT)
SP
ON
0 :ERASE
/➝:CORRECT SETUP:END
➝
2
Select the programming you wish to change or
erase.
If you want to erase this programming press button
[0], confirm with OK.
If you wish to make changes:
Move to the position you want to change using the
œ /√
√] buttons.
[œ
Change the settings using the [PR +/–] or [number]
buttons.
œ or √ ], until you see
If all settings are ok, press [œ
"OK: CONFIRM" in the bottom line.
Confirm changes with [OK]. Exit the menus.
20:30
-- : --- : --- : --- : --- : --- : --
• VPS/PDC is a service provided by some stations to enable you to perform timer recordings
precisely even if the broadcaster delays the start time of the programme slightly. The time
you enter is the VPS/PDC time so must be correct. Not all stations offer VPS/PDC, in which
case the player will start at the time you enter and not the actual start time of the
programme.
If you wish to start recording at a specific time without it being adjusted by the VPS/PDC
system in the event of a delay, switch VPS/PDC off otherwise the player will not record at
the preset time.
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More Functions
■ The counter counts in real time from the point you load the cassette. This does not have to be its
beginning! The counter does not count unrecorded parts of the tape.
■ If you rewind beyond the zero position, the counter counts in negative values (e.g. – 0:01:15).
Clock / counter display
STOP SP
Each time you press [DISPLAY] button,
1x: Time and date+current status ➝ Time and date
2x: Counter+current status ➝ counter
3x: disappear.
PR01 BBC1
STEREO ON
14:00 08/05 V E180 00:48
• If the tape is not wound (PLAY, FF, REW,...), the tape remaining time does not appear.
• If the timer recording information is contained within the received broadcast signal , press the button to
display the VPS/PDC icon within the received broadcast signal.
TAPE CONTROL
TAPE REMAIN
GO TO ZERO
COUNTER RESET
INDEX+
INDEX-
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
Call up the player’s "SETUP"
menu,choose "TAPE CONTROL".
TAPE REMAIN
E-180
E-240
E-300
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
VCR Operation
Remaining time and cassette length
E-240 01:27
• Remaining time display is only
possible when the cassette is
loaded.
When you want the player to show the time remaining from the current player tape position (to find out if
there is sufficient space for a recording, for example).
To ensure the remaining time shown is accurate, select from the list given in the menu the cassette tape
length currently being used.
Searching a recorded programme with index
When you record a programme, the VCR places an index mark at the start of
the recording.
To search for an index mark
1. Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu, choose "TAPE CONTROL"
2. Choose index + to search forward or index - to search backward.
The VCR will locate your index mark and begin playback.
TAPE CONTROL
TAPE REMAIN
GO TO ZERO
COUNTER RESET
INDEX+
INDEXPR+/- :SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
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More Functions
Accessing counter zero position
REW SP
GO TO ZERO
The player will wind to the position 0:00:00 and stop.
0:02:13
Resetting the counter to zero
COUNTER RESET
Reset the counter.
0:00:00
16 : 9 Wide Screen Format Playing back / Recording
Using this player you can play and record programmes having 16:9 Wide-Screen
format.
• 16:9 Set
- Auto : This video automatically detects the programme format (16:9 or 4:3) and
records or plays this programme in the same format.
- ON : The video will play or record all broadcasts in 16:9 format. 4:3 broadcasts will
be converted to 16:9 format.
- OFF : The video will play or record all broadcasts in 4:3 format only.
• If you watch a programme which is recorded in 16:9 wide screen format with this
player, your TV must have 16:9 wide screen function and you have to connect the
TV and player with the A/V scart cable.
VCR SETUP
CLOCK SET
RF OUTPUT SET
16:9 SET
OSD ON/OFF
AUTO CLOCK
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
16:9 SET
AUTO
OFF
ON
PR+/-:SELECT
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
AUTO REPEAT
If you press the [PLAY] button for 5secs during stop or still mode, Auto repeat mode is engaged. This player then
repeatedly plays the tape from beginning to end.
To release this mode, press the [
30
] button or mode operation button. (PLAY, FF, REW or STOP)
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More Functions
Child lock
Press the [ ] button for about 5 seconds.
No buttons on the front panel can be operated now and LOCK INDICATOR (“
be displayed on the window display. Keep your remote control in a safe place.
”) will
To release child lock, press any button on the remote control.
Cassettes
PAL
Use only good quality tape cassettes with the VHS logo.
VCR Operation
• Keep cassettes away from excessive moisture or dust, magnetic and electrical fields
(loud speakers and computer monitors, for example).
• Always wind the tape to the beginning when you have finished. Store with the full
spool at the bottom and with the cassette in its cover.
You can protect your precious recordings from being wiped by breaking out the safety tab
on the back of the cassette (some cassettes have a slide). Should you wish to re-use the
tape after removing the tab, cover the hole with adhesive tape.
and ...
Dimmer : Your player dims its display when switched to stand-by mode.
Auto power off : Your player switches to stand-by after 5 minutes, if no tape is played and no tuning signal is
received.
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More Functions
■ The player records the complete sound signal transmitted by the TV station.
■ On the mono VCR, you will hear the normal mono sound.
The Hi-Fi system
In addition to the normal mono sound track of VHS video recorders, your player is equipped with a high-quality
Hi-Fi sound system.
This means you can enjoy
• films with excellent stereo sound
• films of full-length concerts in high quality stereo
• films with impressive Surround Sound using additional Surround equipment
• films with two dialogue modes (dual, bilingual), usually the original sound track and dubbed sound track
• VHS cassettes with Hi-Fi stereo sound and VHS cassette with normal sound
What you can listen to
During Stop, the player displays what the current station is broadcasting. When you
switch to another station or the current station changes the sound mode, your
player displays the programme and sound mode on screen (if not, press AUDIO).
STOP SP
PR10 EURO
STEREO ON
• “STEREO” = stereo
“BIL I / BIL II ”=bilingual
nothing= monaural sound
During Playback, the player displays what is recorded on the
cassette (if not, press AUDIO).
PLAY
SP
Hi-Fi
L+R
• “Hi-Fi” = stereo/bilingual
nothing = monaural sound
Choice of sound output
During a stereo performance (playback-”Hi-Fi”/ broadcast “STEREO”):
Hi-Fi stereo ➝ left audio channel only ➝ right channel only
➝ the normal mono sound track of a Hi-Fi cassette
• During broadcasting a bilingual performance : Main
language (original sound track) ➝ sub-language (dubbed)
➝ both main language and sub-language ➝ OFF.
• For mono performances , there is no choice available.
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PLAY
SP
Hi-Fi
L+R
HI-Fi
LEFT
Hi-Fi
RIGHT
Hi-Fi
OFF
STOP SP
BIL
OFF
BIL
I+II
PR10 EURO
BIL
I
BIL
II
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Connections and Copying
■ If you are using a SCART cable, select the AV input on the TV to see the picture from the player.
■ If you are not using a SCART cable, select the programme number on the TV reserved for video input
to see the picture from the player.
To the TV via antenna cable (if you are not using a SCART cable)
If you are not using a SCART cable, your player can transmit pictures and sound to the TV via the coax aerial
cable. Just tune the TV to the player's transmitting channel (factory set to UHF CH 52). Tune the TV carefully to
ensure the best pictures and sound.
1
Once you have carried out the steps in "Connecting up the player" , switch
on your TV.
Press the [ENTER] button of the player’s remote control for longer than 5
seconds to call up the player´s test signal.
Tune the TV to the test signal using the channel pre-set functions of your TV
as described in its manual.
2
• If the quality of the test signal transmitted to the TV is poor due to
interference caused by a station transmitting on channel 52, you can tune
the player to a different transmitting channel. Find a free channel
between 21 and 69 on your TV.
Call up the player’s "SETUP" menu, choose "VCR SETUP" then "RF
OUTPUT SET".
VCR Operation
When you have found the test signal, store it under the channel number on
your TV for player input.
Press the [ENTER] button of the player’s remote control again for longer
than 5 seconds to remove the test signal.
RF OUTPUT SET
CH
52
0-9:SELECT (21-69)
OK:CONFIRM
SETUP:END
Type in the free channel.
Store and exit.
• If the quality of the test signal transmitted to the TV is poor, fine-tuning on the TV may help
(refer to the TV manual).
• Without a scart cable, you will not get stereo sound from a TV capable of stereo sound.
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Connections and Copying
■ Switch off all components when connecting or disconnecting cables.
Copying
To copy to your player from another video machine,
connect the two machines with a cable between
their EURO AV (SCART) sockets and select as
programme "AV 1/AV 2" or “F. AV” (front sockets)
using the [AV], [PR+/-] or [INPUT] button.
Set the other video machine to playback and your
machine to record.
•To connect a mono audio source, use the front
Audio In socket marked L.
Other VCR
Decoder for Pay-TV
Camcorder
Video Player
Satellite Receiver
To copy to another video machine from your player,
connect the two machines by means of their EURO
AV (SCART) sockets.
On the other video, select its AV input and set the
machine to record.
Switch your player to play back at the position you
want copying to start.
TV
(other VCR)
Audio Amp.
devices
Assembling
Should you wish to assemble your own film, from camcorder footage for example, use the assembly technique for
smooth edit points:
• The symbol is lit in VCR mode and goes out in TV
mode.
• This symbol means the cassette is in.
• This symbol means a timer recording is setting.
For the best results, the source cassette from which
you are recording should already be playing back
when you start recording.
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Playing a desired scene
To skip scenes in a disc
To move to next chapter (or track), press [√√❚ NEXT] button.
The current chapter (or track) moves to the next chapter (or track).
Press [❚ œœ PREV] button.
The current scene moves to the previous chapter (or track) or first scene of current
chapter (or track).
Moving directly to a desired title
■ Some movie discs may contain multiple titles. If the disc has a movie title menu recorded on it, the [TITLE/PBC]
or [MENU] 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.
DVD Operation
1
Press the [TITLE/PBC] or [MENU] button.
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.
2
Press the [ENTER] button or [PLAY] button
after pressing the [œ √…†] button to
select the desired title.
For the case of VCD disc, press the [Number]
button.
The selected title now starts playing.
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Playing a desired scene
Repeating a defined period
Each time you press [REPEAT] button in playback mode, repeat playback starts as below.
TRACK
- MP3 ➝
➝
CHAPTER
REPEAT TRACK
➝
➝
➝
TITLE
DISC
REPEAT FOLDER
➝
➝
➝
DISC
OFF
➝
- VCD/CD -
- DVD -
REPEAT OFF
➝
OFF
•
•
•
•
•
•
CHAPTER : Current chapter will play repeatedly.
TITLE : Current title will play repeatedly.
DISC : Current disc will play repeatedly.
TRACK : Current track will play repeatedly.
FOLDER : Current folder will play repeatedly.
OFF : Repeat playback will be cancelled.
* For the case of VCD disc, repeat playback starts only in PBC OFF mode.
Repeating a defined period from A to B
■ You may repeat a defined period from A to B.
A MP3 disc
may not be
repeated from
A to B.
1
2
3
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At the point where you want to start the repeat
playback period, press [A-B] button.
The figure shown on the right appears and the repeat
playback start position (A) is set.
At the point where you want to end the repeat
playback, press [A-B] button again.
A-
A-B
The repeat playback end position (B) is set and the
repeat playback period from A-B is defined.
To exit from repeat playback mode, press [A-B] button.
Repeat playback mode is cancelled and Normal Playback
mode is resumed.
OFF
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Playing a desired scene
Searching DVD with a title number, chapter number or a time
1
If you want to search with a title number or chapter
number, press the [SEARCH] button once.
TT 01/02 CH
/20
- TT: Title
- CH: Chapter
2
If you want to search with a chapter number or title
number, please select TT or CH using the [ √ ,œ ]
button. Then enter the new chapter/title number to
be searched using the [NUMBER] buttons.
3
If you want to search with a title time, press the
[SEARCH] button twice. Please enter the new title
time to be searched using the [NUMBER] button.
TT 01/02 CH 10 /20
TT 01 /02 CH 10/20
TT 01/02 TIME
0:20:
CH 04/20 TIME
0:0 :
PLAY starts from the selected position.
4
If you want to search with a chapter time, press the
[SEARCH] button three times. Please enter the new
title time to be searched using the [NUMBER]
button.
DVD Operation
PLAY starts from the selected position.
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Playing a desired scene
Searching VCD with a track number, disc time or track time
1
If you want to search wth a disc time, press
[SEARCH] button one 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. PLAY starts from the
selected position.
DISC GO TO :
- -: - -
TRACK GO TO :
- -: - -
* If it is PBC ON, pressing the disc time converts PBC
to OFF mode automatically.
2
3
If you want to search with a track time, press
[SEARCH] button twice.
Please enter the new track time to be searched using
the [NUMBER] button.
If you want to search with a track number, press
the [SEARCH] button three times.
Please enter the new track number to be searched
using the [NUMBER] buttons.
SELECT TRACK:
- - : /20
Storing markers in memory to be viewed (listened to) again
■ Storing a MARKER in memory is similar to marking your page in a book. It allows you to quickly
return to any point on the disc.
1
Storing a marker in the memory.
BOOKMARK
Press [MARK] during play and press [ENTER] at the
starting point to be viewed (listened to) again.
Press <ENTER> Key To Mark
2
Press [MARK] during playback. Press […,†,œ , √]
to select the marker to be recalled/cleared.
Press [ENTER] to recall a marker. Or press [CLEAR]
to clear a marker.
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BOOKMARK
Recalling/Clearing a marker
1
2
3
TT:01 CH:02 TIME 0:02:27
Press <ENTER> Key To Play
Press <CLEAR> Key To Clean
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Confirming the current PLAYING TIME
Confirming the current playing time of DVD disc
While in playing, press [DISPLAY] button.
It shows the current playing time.
Each time you press [DISPLAY] button in playback mode, DISPLAY is change as below.
TITLE ELAPSED
TT 01/02 CH 01/10
0:00:57
TITLE REMAIN
TT 01/02 CH 01/10
0:10:05
CHAPTER ELAPSED
TT 01/02 CH 01/10
0:05:56
CHAPTER REMAIN
DVD Operation
TT 01/02 CH 01/10
1:53:25
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Confirming the current PLAYING TIME
Confirming the current playing time of VCD disc
While in playing, press [DISPLAY] button.
It shows the current playing time.
Each time you press [DISPLAY] button in playback mode, DISPLAY is change as below.
TRACK ELAPSED
TRACK 01/20
0:00:57
TRACK REMAIN
TRACK 01/20
0:05:57
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Selecting an AUDIO language and
SUBTITLE language
Selecting an audio language
■ The user may select an audio language and subtitle language if a disc includes Multi-language.
Keep pressing [AUDIO] button till the user’s preferred language appears in
playback mode.
A certain disc may
not support audio
select or subtitle
select.
If DVD disc includes audio information, every time the user presses [AUDIO] button,
English (ENG), French (FRE), Spanish (SPA) and others appear sequentially.
AUDIO 1/2 : AC3 2CH ENGLISH
Selecting a subtitle language
Keep pressing [SUBTITLE] button till the user’s preferred language appears in
playback mode.
If a DVD disc includes subtitle information, every time the user presses [SUBTITLE]
button, English (ENG), French (FRE), Spanish (SPA), ... and OFF appear sequentially.
DVD Operation
SUBTITLE 01/02: ENGLISH
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Selecting ZOOM and Multi Angle
Using a zoom function
■ The user can enlarge the current screen about 2 , 3 or 4 times.
• During zoom
mode, subtitle
language can’t be
seen.
Keep pressing [ZOOM] button till the preferred zoom appears.
Every time the user presses [ZOOM] button, the zoom magnification changes 2 times
(X2) ➝ 3 times (X3) ➝ 4 times (X4) ➝ OFF ➝ 2 times (X2) ➝ ... in sequence.
A base area to be enlarged is centralised and the area can be changed with the operation
of the [œ √…†] buttons.
2X
4X
Different Angle
■ 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.
Keep pressing [ANGLE] button till the preferred
angle appears.
Every time the user presses [ANGLE] button, the angle
changes by degrees in consecutive order.
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About MP3 and JPG discs
Playing a disc containing MP3 files
This unit will play MP3 files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs.
Turn on your television and select the channel assigned to this DVD player.
1
Press the [DVD] button and press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button, the disc tray opens.
Put a MP3 on the disc tray with the label side up.
Press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button, the disc tray closes.
The unit will take a short while to load the disc and display the directory structure.
The right figure appears.
2
Select the folder.
3
Select the file to listen to.
Move the cursor to desired file which you want
to listen to by pressing [œ √…†] button.
■
00:00
001:003
/
■
max6
Sky
Sky
Winamp
00:10 04:22
002:030
The selected file will play.
Press [■ ] to stop playback.
192Kbps
√
/ Sky
mp3
Press [PLAY] or [ENTER] to start playback.
DVD Operation
4
Move the cursor to desired folder by pressing
[œ √…†] button and press [ENTER] button
to confirm.
00:00
001:003
/
max 6
Sky
Winamp
mp3
mp3
mp3
mp3
..
1. 01 (musicfamily.i
2.
2. 02
02 (musicfamily.i
(musicfamily.i
3. 03 (musicfamily.i
4. 04 (musicfamily.i
5. 05 (musicfamily.i
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About MP3 and JPG discs
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.
• In the case that the file is recorded with a variable bit rate (VBR) in one file (Example: 54256kbps) sound breakup sound breaking may occur during playback.
• File names should be named using 8 or fewer letters and/or numbers, and must incorporate
the “MP3” 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.
Caution
• Try to avoid the use of the CD-RW(Rewritable) disc if possible because it can not be played
back according to the recording format.
• A CD-R must be recorded with the standard format because it can not be played back
according to any other recording format.
• A CD-R should be written using the ‘disc at once’ method.
• A disc which is made according to the ISO 9660 format can be played back.
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About MP3 and JPG discs
Playing a disc containing JPG (PHOTO) files
This unit will play JPG files recorded on CD-R and CD-RW discs.
1
2
Select the desired folder.
Move the cursor to the desired folder
by pressing […†] and press [ENTER]
to confirm.
Select the folder.
Move the cursor to desired folder by
pressing [œ √…†] button and press
[ENTER] button to confirm.
00:00
001:003
/
CAR
ANIMAL
CAMP
00:10 04:22
002:125
jpg
jpg
jpg
1. CAMP001
CAMP001
1.
2. CAMP002
3. CAMP003
4. CAMP004
5. CAMP005
Select the file which you want to
view by pressing the […†] button.
DVD Operation
4
■
/ CAMP
jpg
jpg
3
■
If you press the [PLAY] or [ENTER] when a JPG image is selected, a slidshow will
begin automatically starting from the selected image.
Press [■] to stop playback.
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Displaying menus on a disc
To display menus on a disc
■ If a disc includes menus, the user may display them.
1
Press [MENU] button.
• In the case of a DVD disc, it shows the menus on the disc. Also they are
different according to the discs.
• If it is a VCD2.0, select PBC ON mode by pressing [TITLE/PBC] button.
* CD and VCD1.1 do not support the function.
2
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If it is a DVD disc, move the cursor to the relevant item with the arrow buttons
[œ √…†] and select one with [ENTER] button or [PLAY] button.
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Language Setup
■ A user can set OSD language, Audio, Subtitle and Disc Menu.
1
While in STOP or RESUME STOP mode, press
[SETUP] button.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
ENGLISH
AUTO
OFF
AUTO
AUDIO
“OSD” means
“On Screen
Display”.
OTHERS
ENTER
2
Selecting an OSD language.
Select an OSD language to be displayed on DVD
menus with [ENTER].
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
In case a disc
does not include
setting languages
information, the
selected
language does
not appear.
3
Selecting Audio language.
Set your preferred audio language with [ENTER]. If
the audio language is set and recorded on the DISC,
it is automatically played back in the set language
every time it is played.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
OTHERS - - - - : Another language can be selected.
You can input a 4-digit language code.
Refer to the language codes on next page. Press [CLEAR]
if an incorrect language code is entered.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
4
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
OTHERS - - - - : Another language can be selected.
You can input a 4-digit language code.
Refer to the language codes on next page. Press [CLEAR]
if an incorrect language code is entered.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
ENGLISH ✓
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
SWEDISH
CZECH
SETUP
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
AUTO
✓
SWEDISH
OTHERS
SETUP
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
AUTO
OTHERS ✓
OTHERS
SETUP
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
OFF
✓
SWEDISH
OTHERS
Setup
Selecting Subtitle language.
Set your preferred subtitle with [ENTER]. If the
subtitle language is set and recorded on the DISC,
it is automatically played back in the set language
every time it is played.
SETUP
SETUP
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
OFF
OTHERS ✓
OTHERS
SETUP
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Language Setup
5
Selecting Disc Menu language.
Set your preferred DISC MENU language with
[ENTER]. If the DISC MENU language is set and
recorded on the DISC, it is automatically played back
in the set language every time it is played.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
OTHERS - - - - : Another language can be selected.
You can input a 4-digit language code.
LANGUAGE OSD LANGUAGE
AUDIO
SUBTITLE
VIDEO
DISC MENU
Refer to the language codes. Press [CLEAR] if an incorrect
language code is entered.
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
AUTO
✓
SWEDISH
OTHERS
SETUP
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SPANISH
GERMAN
ITALIAN
DUTCH
PORTUGUESE
AUTO
OTHERS ✓
OTHERS
SETUP
Table of language and Their Abbreviations
Enter the appropriate code number for the initial settings “AUDIO”, “SUBTITLE” and/or “DISC
MENU”.
Code
6565
6566
6570
6577
6582
6583
6588
6590
6665
6669
6671
6672
6678
6679
6682
6765
6779
6783
6789
6865
6869
6890
6976
6978
6979
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Language
Afar
Abkhazian
Afrikaans
Ameharic
Arabic
Assamese
Aymara
Azerbaijani
Bashkir
Byelorussian
Bulgarian
Bihari
Bengali;Bangla
Tibetan
Breton
Catalan
Corsican
Czech
Welsh
Danish
German
Bhutani
Greek
English
Esperanto
Code Language
6983 Spanish
6984 Estonian
6985 Basque
7065 Persian
7073 Finnish
7074 Fiji
7079 Faroese
7082 French
7089 Frisian
7165 Irish
7168 Scots Gaelic
7176 Galician
7178 Guarani
7185 Gujarati
7265 Hausa
7273 Hindi
7282 Croatian
7285 Hungarian
7289 Armenian
7365 Interlingua
7378 Indonesian
7383 Icelandic
7384 Italian
7387 Hebrew
7465 Japanese
Code
7473
7487
7565
7575
7576
7577
7578
7579
7583
7585
7589
7665
7678
7679
7684
7686
7771
7773
7775
7776
7778
7779
7782
7783
7784
Language
Yiddish
Javanese
Georgian
Kazakh
Greenlandic
Cambodian
Kannada
Korean
Kashmiri
Kurdish
Kirghiz
Latin
Lingala
Laothian
Lithuanian
Latvian, Lettish
Malagasy
Maori
Macedonian
Malayalam
Mongolian
Moldavian
Marathi
Malay
Maltese
Code
7789
7865
7869
7876
7879
7982
8065
8076
8083
8084
8185
8277
8279
8285
8365
8368
8372
8373
8375
8376
8377
8378
8379
8381
8382
Language
Burmese
Nauru
Nepali
Dutch
Norwegian
Oriya
Panjabi
Polish
Pashto, Pushto
Portuguese
Quechua
Rhaeto-Romance
Romanian
Russian
Sansrit
Sindhi
Serbo-Croatian
Singhalese
Slovak
Slovenian
Samoan
Shona
Somali
Albanian
Serbian
Code
8385
8386
8387
8465
8469
8471
8472
8473
8475
8476
8479
8482
8484
8487
8575
8582
8590
8673
8679
8779
8872
8979
9072
9085
Language
Sundanese
Swedish
Swahili
Tamil
Telugu
Tajik
Thai
Tigrinya
Turkmen
Tagalog
Tonga
Turkish
Tatar
Twi
Ukrainian
Urdu
Uzbek
Vietnamese
Volapük
Wolof
Xhosa
Yoruba
Chinese
Zulu
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Video Setup
■ A user can set up a connected TV and screen size condition.
1
While in STOP or RESUME STOP mode, press
[SETUP] button.
LANGUAGE TV ASPECT
4:3 LB
VIDEO
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
2
Selecting TV Aspect.
Set your preferred TV ASPECT ratio with [ENTER]
button.
LANGUAGE TV ASPECT
VIDEO
SETUP
4:3 PS
4:3 LB ✓
16:9 WIDE
AUDIO
If a user selects “4:3 PS”, the user can watch
only a centre of the original scene of “16:9”. If
a user selects “4:3 LB”, the user can watch the
original scene of “16:9”, but the top and bottom
of the screen look black color.
If a disc size is originally recorded in 4:3, the
user cannot watch it in the wide screen format
even though the user has set it to “16:9 Wide”.
OTHERS
ENTER
SETUP
Setup
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Audio Setup
■ A user may select an audio menu according to the speaker set being used.
1
While in STOP or RESUME STOP mode, press
[SETUP] button.
LANGUAGE DIGITAL OUT
DYNAMIC RANGE
BITSTREAM
VIDEO
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
2
Select a Digital Output.
Set audio output to coaxial. You can set the
outgoing digital signal to BITSTREAM or LPCM:
• BITSTREAM : The raw audio signal recorded
on the disc goes to the digital audio output.
• LPCM : The decoded audio signal goes to
the digital audio output.
3
Select a Dynamic Range.
You can set the Dynamic Range using the […†]
button.
LANGUAGE DIGITAL OUT
DYNAMIC RANGE
SETUP
BITSTREAM ✓
LPCM
VIDEO
AUDIO
OTHERS
ENTER
LANGUAGE DIGITAL OUT
DYNAMIC RANGE
SETUP
FULL
3/4
VIDEO
1/2
• Off : You can hear the sound as it was
originally recorded on the disc.
• Full : You can hear loud sounds softer and
soft sounds louder.
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AUDIO
1/4
OTHERS
OFF
ENTER
SETUP
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Other Setup
1
While in STOP or RESUME STOP mode, press
[SETUP] button.
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
ON
ON
RESET
8 ADULT
CHANGE
OTHERS
ENTER
2
Select character display window.
Select "On" to make the OSD (On Screen Display)
language appear on screen.
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
SETUP
ON ✓
OFF
OTHERS
ENTER
3
4
Select screensaver.
If bright scenes continue to be displayed on
screen, the TV can be damaged. If the screen
saver is set to “ON” and the resume stop, stop, or
open status is maintained for about 5 minutes, the
screensaver will function automatically causing the
DVD logo to move continuously.
Restoring DEFAULTS.
This feature resets every function to its original
Factory Defaults except the Parental Control
settings.
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
SETUP
ON ✓
OFF
OTHERS
ENTER
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
SETUP
RESET ✓
OTHERS
ENTER
Select Parental.
5
Press [√] button when the cursor is highlighting
PARENTAL.
These 8 levels of parental control, protect
children from watching violence, sexual scenes
and other objectionable material.
When “PASSWORD” appears on the screen,
input the password. Then press [ENTER] button.
OTHERS
ENTER
8 ADULT ✓
7 NC-17
6R
5 PG-R
4 PG-13
3 PG
2G
1 KIDS
Setup
Select the Parental Level using the […†]
button, and press the [ENTER] button.
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
SETUP
SETUP
8 ADULT ✓
LANGUAGE OSD
7 NC-17
SCREEN SAVER
6R
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
5 PG-R
PARENTAL
xx 4 PG-13
PASSWORD
PASSWORD
3 PG
AUDIO
2G
OK
1 KIDS
OTHERS
ENTER
SETUP
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Other Setup
6
Changing a password.
To change your password, move the cursor to
“PASSWORD” and press [√].
Then press the [ENTER] button.
Enter “OLD PASSWORD”, “NEW PASSWORD”,
and “CONFIRM PASSWORD”.
And press the [ENTER] button.
Now your password is changed.
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
PARENTAL
PASSWORD
AUDIO
CHANGE ✓
OTHERS
ENTER
SETUP
LANGUAGE OSD
SCREEN SAVER
DEFAULTS
VIDEO
xxxx
OLDPARENTAL
PASSWORD
xxxx
NEWPASSWORD
PASSWORD
CHANGE ✓
AUDIO
CONFIRM PASSWORD
OTHERS
OK
ENTER
SETUP
The initial password is 3308. In case you forget the newly-entered password, you can use 3308 as a
password.
“Parental Lock” 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 is for adults only, the Parental Lock doesn’t activate.
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About DVD
Playable Discs
• DVD, Video CD(Version 1.1, 2.0), S-VCD and Audio CD
Disc type
DVD
Playable
Possible
Restriction
Region number 2 or Region number All
Video CD
CD
CD-ROM
Possible
Possible
Possible
Version 1.0/1.1/2.0, SVCD
PCM or dts
MP3 File
CD-R
CD-RW
Possible
Possible
Video-CD/CD/CD-ROM (MP3 File)
Video-CD/CD/CD-ROM (MP3 File)
DVD-R
DVD-RW
DVD+RW
Possible
Possible
Possible
DVD Video
DVD Video
DVD Video
DVD-ROM
DVD-RAM
Impossible
Impossible
Photo CD
Possible
except KODAC CD
• You should record the file with standard format.
• Playback of some discs such as CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, or DVD+RW may be impossible according to
its record status.
REGION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
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 “2”. 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 “ALL” regions. Therefore, this player will play DVD discs
marked with labels containing the region number “2” or “ALL”.
2
ALL
(Region 2)
(Region ALL)
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About DVD
Terms related to DVD
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 highdefinition video and quality sound like a movie theatre.
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 and SVCD. 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.
CHAPTER
A title in a DVD is divided into many tracks, or chapters. A chapter is an area on the DVD to which
you can navigate using the remote control to locate special electronic markers. The DVD player can
then locate any particular scene and skip directly to it.
TITLE
This is the information recorded on a DVD. A DVD can be divided into many titles.
TRACK
In a video CD and audio CD. A disc consists of many tracks. The user can search for these tracks.
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.
“DTS” and “DTS Digital Out” are trademarks of Digital Theatre Systems, Inc.
Multi Angle Some DVD discs contain 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.
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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Bitstream
Digital audio data that is decoded into an analogue signal for subsequent output to speakers.
Lt/Rt
It indicates L/R of Dolby Digital 2CH Downmix output.
Downmix
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.
RGB
This stands for red, green and blue. It means the video signal separated into its three primary colour
components ready to drive the picture tube almost directly. Two signalling connections are needed
to make the television accept the synchronisation and RGB signals. All this is in the SCART
connector. Not all televisions have RGB inputs.
SCART
An acronym (Syndicat des Constructeurs d'Appareils Radiorécepteurs et Téléviseurs) for a connector
used with many kinds of audio-visual equipment. It is also called Peritel and Euro-connector.
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About DVD
Handling Disc
•
•
•
•
Keep the disc clean and in good condition. Handle with care.
Do not put sticky paper or tape on it.
Do not expose a disc to direct sunlight or other forms of heating.
After using the disc, please replace it in its case.
Cleaning Disc
• Before using the disc, please wipe it from its centre outwards, using a clean, soft cloth.
• Do not use any type of solvent such as thinner, benzol (benzene), commercial cleaning
goods or antistatic spray.
The others
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Basic information about VCR and Videotape
Terms related with VCR
AFT
Automatic fine tuning, a circuit that automatically adjusts TV reception for optimum
reception/picture.
CABLE
Cable television.
Index Search A feature of this VCR that automatically records an index mark each time recording begins. It helps
you locate a particular segment of the tape quickly and easily.
LP
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 (EP).
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 you’re watching by pressing
the REC key. Each press of the key increases the recording time by 30 minutes, up to 10 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).
Dew/ Condensation
• If a VCR is moved from a cool place to a warm and damp place or to a place facing direct cool wind from say
an air-conditioner...the change in, temperature results in condensation occurring on the head drum of the
VCR.
If dew condensation occurs,
1
First, turn it on for one or two hours before using it.
2
Do not use it because it may cause problems to the VCR or videotape.
How to use a head cleaner
• In the case of an old or contaminated videotape, playback picture may not be clear due to the contamination
of the VCR heads. Please remove contaminants using a head-cleaner. (See below!)
1
2
Insert a head-cleaner into VCR
Press “PLAY” for 5 seconds, and then press “FF” for about 10 seconds.
PLAY (5secs)
3
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FF (10secs)
Eject the head-cleaner from VCR
• Should the playback picture still be poor or not viewable repeat the headcleaning process 2 or 3 times.
Otherwise contact your Authorised Service Agent
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Trouble Shooting guide (VCR)
Symptom
Checks
➤ Please check whether the power plug is inserted in to the mains
socket .
➤ Please check whether a videotape is inserted in.
➤ Switch off and reinsert plug into mains socket.
•
“Power On” does not work.
•
It does not work even in “Power
On”.
•
A videotape is not recognised.
➤ Please check whether the power plug is inserted in to the mains socket.
➤ Please check whether a videotape was inserted.
➤ Please check whether a videotape is inserted the correct way up! (The
side of transparent window should be on the upside)
➤ Have you tried to re-insert a videotape just after the tape was
ejected? Please try again after fully ejecting.
•
On inserting a videotape, the tape
is re-ejected.
➤ This is a safety mode to protect the videotape and is operated
automatically. Please pull out the tape and put it in again.
•
The videotape is not ejected.
➤ If the product has not been used for a long time, the cassette may not
eject because the videotape has stretched. In this case, please pull
out the power plug for about 10mins and then press “EJECT” button.
•
A picture on the video channel and
a playback image do not appear.
•
Not receiving an off-air signal but
displays playback images.
•
No picture on VCR channel.
➤ Is VCR turned on?
➤ Select TV by pressing [TV/VCR] button on remote control.
•
Noise appears on screen after
playback of recording.
➤ Whilst playing a videotape, there may be some noise experienced in
the beginning of the videotape or when resuming “PAUSE”. This NOT
a fault
•
While in play, noise appears.
Picture poor/noisy in play
➤ Please press “TRACKING” for improved picture. Videotape may be
worn. Try to change it for another one.
•
•
Sound and playback image are poor.
Sound presents but picture does
not appear.
Picture is irregular and stripes appear.
"Error" message is displayed on screen.
➤ Please use a head-cleaner to clean VCR heads. VCR heads may be
contaminated.
•
When playing back a recording, the
top of picture waves about.
➤ Since VCR Play signals are not as stable as TV signals, the playback
image may appear unstable or distorted. To fix the problem, ensure
you are tuned in to the ‘VCR’ programme channel no. alternatively
connect via scart lead+select A/V or TV.
•
Picture is not clear.
➤ If the videotape signal was recorded by another/incompatible product
or old faulty unit, horizontal noise bars may appear on the screen.
➤ Try to adjust the screen by [TRACKING+/-] button
➤ Try to use a head-cleaner.
•
Picture on pause is unstable or slow
motion is not clear.
➤ Try to use a head-cleaner.
➤ Try to adjust the screen by [TRACKING+/-] button.
➤ If 2 head machine then this symptom is not a fault!
•
•
➤ Please check your antenna’s interconnections.
➤ TV channel should be tuned to the unit on a vacant programme
number video channel.
➤ Please check your antenna’s signal it may be weak. If signal is weak
contact aerial specialist.
➤ Press “TV/VCR” and then ensure “VCR” is displayed on the display panel.
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Trouble Shooting guide (VCR)
Symptom
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Checks
•
Recording a TV program is
impossible.
➤ For recording, you should use videotape with a tab. Ensure tab is NOT
removed
➤ Ensure there is no RF clash if so change RF output.
➤ Please check whether the timer recording info is right.
➤ Are RF cables input/antenna inputs connected correctly?
•
After pressing “REC”, the
videotape is ejected automatically.
➤ Please check whether the clock is right.
➤ Does the display on your video show “ ” (Ready for timer
recording)? Please check!
➤ Please check whether the timer recording info is right.
➤ Please check that the record protect tab on the cassette is intact. (If
the tab is missing, cover the hole with a piece of scotch tape.)
•
Timer recording of Cable TV does
not work.
➤ Was a cable data output code connected correctly?
➤ Did you turn off your player? (Please turn it on.)
•
In spite of pressing “CHANNEL”, a
channel can not be set.
➤ You may have not memorised channels.
➤ Please check your channel setting or press a number button.
•
When duplicating/ copying, picture
is poor and distorted.
➤ Some tapes or discs distributed in the rental market for hire are
copyright protected to prevent copying. These tapes cannot be
duplicated.
•
remote control does not work.
➤ Battery may be weak or exhausted.
➤ The receiver of remote control may be of an incompatible frequency
to sender frequency.
•
Buttons on remote control do not
work.
➤ During index search when videotape is positioned towards the
beginning, “VISS REW” and “REW” do not work.
➤ If videotape is at the end, “FF”, “VISS FF”, “PLAY” and “REC” will
not work.
•
VISS index search does not work.
➤ Are you playing a tape that was not recorded on this machine? (Try
to re-record it using this recorder.)
➤ You may start recording it in “REC-PAUSE”. Otherwise start recording
from stop condition.
•
Cable broadcasting can not be
selected.
➤ Please select “CABLE” programme number from the “CHANNEL
SETTING”.
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Trouble Shooting guide (DVD)
Symptom
Checks
•
The recorder does not play.
➤ If a DVD is from overseas, it may not be played. Please check a DVD’s
region code whether it has the relative region code 2 or All.
➤ Please check whether a DVD is inserted in an upright direction (Label up).
➤ If it is a CD-ROM for PC or DVD-ROM, it will not work.
•
No sound comes through.
➤ During play mode if “SLOW” or “PAUSE” selected. (There will be no
sound output.)
➤ Are all connections correct?
➤ Please check the operative condition of TV or amplifier.
➤ From SETUP, please check “AUDIO” menu.
•
A disc is playing but a picture does
not appear or a poor picture
appears.
➤
➤
➤
➤
➤
•
Sound is irregular
•
REMOTE does not work.
•
Dolby Digital sound does not
work
➤ Dolby Digital sound can be reproduced via a Dolby Digital amplifier
only.
➤ Please check “Dolby Digital ” mark on your DVD.
➤ If playing it through the digital output, while pressing “STOP”, please
check whether “Digital Output” is “Bitstream” by pressing “SETUP”
on menu.
➤ Please check that the connection is correct.
•
“AUDIO” or “SUBTITLE” button
does not work.
➤ If a DVD does not include language information, these functions are
not supported.
•
“ANGLE” button does not work
while a DVD is playing.
➤ “ANGLE” is supported only by a DVD that contains multi angle
scenes. The “ANGLE” mark on screen will confirm that to the user
this feature is supported.
•
“MENU” does not appear while a
DVD is playing.
➤ Please check the angle of operation of the remote control, the
distance and any obstacles that may be interrupting the signal.
➤ Please check that the battery in the remote control is not exhausted.
➤ DVD may not contain menu information.
Did you turn on your TV set?
Are all connections correct?
Play may be in “PAUSE” mode.
A disc may have some contaminants or be damaged.
A disc may be faulty.
➤ Please check the connection with Dolby Digital amplifier.
➤ Please check the plugs are connected properly.
➤ Check all contacts and connections.
➤ Please check the angle of operation of the remote control, the
distance and any obstacles that may be interrupting the signal.
➤ Battery may be weak or exhausted.
➤ When you operate DVD, use it by pressing [DVD] button.
➤ The file name of MP3 only recognises the Alphabet (A~Z, a~z),
numbers (0~9) and a special symbols on keyboard (~, !, @, #, $ ....)
10 letters can be displayed at maximum.
➤ The letters above will be displayed as follows “----”.
•
➤ If the surface of the disc is marked, the file display and playback will
not be possible.
Any MP3 (CD-R) file isn’t
displayed.
The others
• The file name of MP3 (CD-R)
appears with strange letters.
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Specifications
Supply Voltage
200-240V~, 50/60Hz
Power Consumption
20W
Weight
4.6kg
Dimension (W x H x D)
435mmx93mmx255mm (without foot), 435mmx98mmx255mm (with foot)
Operating temperature
+5°C~40°C
Installation condition
Horizontal / Relative humidity under 80%
Laser output
5mW (continuous wave max.)
Wave length
635nm (DVD), 730nm (CD)
Signal type
PAL-I COLOR
Antenna Input/output
U/V-mixed: 75Ω unbalanced
VIDEO input
1.0Vp-p (unbalanced, RCA JACK)
AUDIO input
-8.8dBm, RCA JACK
VIDEO output (common use of DVD and VCR)
VIDEO output terminal, 1.0 Vp-p unbalanced, RCA JACK, SCART JACK
VIDEO output (DVD only)
RGB output (75Ω In load R: 0.7Vp-p, G:0.7Vp-p, B:0.7Vp-p)
AUDIO output (common use of DVD and VCR)
Audio output terminal (2 kinds): -5.8dBm (VCR), 2Vrms(DVD), RCA JACK
AUDIO output (DVD only)
Analogue AUDIO output : 2.0Vrms
Playable tape
Very high density tapes with VHS marks
Playable disc
DVD, VIDEO-CD, CD (12cm), CD (8cm), MP3, CD-R, CD-RW
Digital audio output (COAXIAL)
Tape speed
SP: 23.39mm/s, LP: 11.70mm/s
Playing time
SP: 3hrs, LP: 6hrs (use of E180tape)
Clock display
24 hrs
Time Recording
8 programs a month
Power failure back-up period
1min
VIDEO S/N (VCR)
Resolution
AUDIO (VCR)
Over 43dB(Standard recording)
VCR
Over 240 lines (Standard recording)
DVD
Over 400 lines (Playback DVD)
Over 65dB
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
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