Eltax HT-153 Stereo Receiver User Manual

Instruction Manual
HT-153 DVD-Receiver
PRECAUTIONS
A lightning bolt with an 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 to persons.
PROTECT YOURSELF!
Record the model and serial numbers for this
unit while it is easy to see them. These numbers
are located on the back of the unit's cabinet.
Retain this information for future reference.
Model No. _________________________
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triangle is intended to alert the user to the
presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the literature
accompanying the appliance.
Serial No. _________________________
Retain this information for future reference.
WARNING
RISK OF ELECTRICSHOCK
DO NOT OPEN
WARNING: TO AVOID THE DANGER OF FIRE
OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS
APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. NEVER
OPEN THE CABINET, AS DANGEROUS HIGH
VOLTAGES ARE CONTAINED INSIDE. ONLY
A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD
ATTEMPT TO OPEN THE CABINET.
CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK,
MATCH WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE
SLOT, AND FULLY INSERT INTO ELECTRICAL
SOCKET.
CAUTION: This DVD receiver unit employs
a laser system. To prevent direct exposure to
the laser beam, do not open the enclosure.
Visible laser radiation is present when enclosure is open. DO NOT STARE INTO BEAM.
Additionally, the use of controls or adjustments
or performance of procedures other than those
specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure.
To ensure proper use of this product, please
read this owner's manual carefully and retain
for future reference. Should the unit require
maintenance, contact an authorized service
location, or contact ELTAX A/S .
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER
(OR BACK). THERE IS NO USER SERVICE
ABLE PART INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
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IMPORTANT-SAFETY INFORMATION
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CAUTION: Is it important that you read and follow all of
the instructions in this booklet and any marked on the
unit itself. Retain this booklet for future reference.
Accessories--- Never place this product on an unstable
platform, stand, cart, wall mount, shelf, or
table. The product may fall, causing serious personal
injury to persons and pets, as well as seriously
damaging the product. Use only with a stable platform,
stand, cart, wall mount, shelf, or table that has been
recommended by ELTAX A/S or sold with the product .
Any mounting of the product should follow the
manufacturer's instructions, and use a mounting
accessory recommended by the manufacturer.
This unit while positioned on some type of cart must
be moved with care. Quick stops, excessive force,
and uneven surfaces may cause the product and
cart combination to overturn.
Attachments---Use only attachment srecommended by ELTAX A/S , as they may cause
hazards.
Cleaning--- Always unplug this unit from the wall
electrical outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners; use a damp cloth for cleaning.
Lightning--- For added product protection during
a lightning storm or when it is left unattended and
unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the
wall outlet and/or disconnect the antenna or cable
system. This will prevent damage to the product due
to lightning and power-line surges.
Object and Liquid Entry--- Never push objects of
any kind into this product 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 or into the product.
Outdoor Antenna Grounding--- If an outside
antenna or cable system is connected to the product,
be sure the antenna or cable system is grounded so
as to provide protection against voltage surges and
built-up static charges. Article 810 of the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, provides information
with regard to proper grounding of the mast and supporting structure, grounding of the lead-in wire to an
antenna discharge unit, size or grounding conductors,
location of antenna-discharge unit, connection to
grounding electrodes, and requirements for the
grounding electrode.
Overloading---Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or integral convenience receptacles, as
this may result in a fire or electric shock.
Power - Cord Protection - Power - supply cords
should be routed so that they are not likely to be
walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against
them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they
exit from the product.
Power Lines---An outside antenna system should
not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines
or other electric light or power circuits, or where it
can fall into such power lines or circuits. When
installing an outside antenna system, extreme care
should be taken to keep from touching such power
lines or circuits as contact with them might be fatal.
Power Sources---This product should be operated
only from the type of power source indicated on the
marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power
supply to your home, consult your product dealer or
local power company. For products intended to
operate from battery power or other sources, refer to
the operating instructions. This DVD home theater
operates on 230V AC/50Hz. Do not turn off unit
immediately after turning on; wait at least 10 seconds.
Replacement Parts--- If replacement parts are
required, be sure the service technician has used
replacement parts specified by ELTAX or have
the same characteristics as the original part.
Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric
shock, or other hazards.
Safety Check---Upon completion of any service
or repairs to this product, ask the service technician
to perform safety checks to determine that the
product is in proper operating condition.
Servicing--- Do not attempt to service this product
yourself as opening or removing covers may expose
you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all
servicing to qualified service personnel.
TV System---This unit is compatible with television
sets featuring either the NTSC or PAL color system.
Ventilation---Slots and openings in the cabinet
are provided for ventilation and to ensure reliable
operation and protection from overheating. These
openings should never be blocked by placing the
product on a bed, sofa, rug, or other similar surface.
This product should not be placed in a built-in installation such as a bookcase or rack unless proper
ventilation is provided. Never place this product near
a heat source, such as heat registers, stoves,
radiators, or any other product that produces heat.
Water and Moisture---Do not use this product near
sources of water and moisture, such as bath tub, wash
bowl, kitchen sink, or wash machine; in a wet, damp
basement; or near a swimming pool or similar
locations. If moisture condensation occurs, remove
any disc, connect the unit's power cord to a wall outlet,
turn the unit on, and leave it on for two to three hours.
By then, the unit will have warmed up and evaporated
any moisture.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Precaution
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General Steps In The Setup Menu
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Safety Information
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1 System Setup
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Table of Contents
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About Your DVD Player
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1.1 System Setup
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1.1.1 Source
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1.1.2 Tv System
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1.1.3 Video
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Best Location
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To Obtain a Clear Picture
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1.1.4 Tv Type
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Playable Discs
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1.1.5 Password
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Digital Audio Output
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1.1.6 Rating
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1.1.7 Default
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Laser-Head Over-Current Protection System 6
Use of Disc
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1.2 Language Setup
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Handling
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1.2.1 Osd Language
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Cleaning
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Storing
Front and Back panels
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1.2.2 Audio Lang
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1.2.3 Subtitle Lang
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1.2.4 Menu Language
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1.3 Audio Setup
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Back Panel
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1.3.1 Audio Out
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Front Panel
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1.3.2 Lpcm Output
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1.3.3 Prologic
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1.4 Video Setup
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Remote Control
Operating the remote control
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Connecting Devices
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1.4.2 Contrast
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Speakers
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1.4.3 Hue
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Arrangement of speakers
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1.4.4 Saturation
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Connecting speakers
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1.5 Speaker Setup
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1.4.1 Brightness
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1.5.1 Downmix
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1.5.2 Center Delay
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Connecting antenna
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Connecting power supply
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Playing the radio
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Basic DVD operation
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1.6.1 Dynamic Range
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Functions
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1.6.2 Dual Mono (left + Right)
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1.5.3 Rear Delay
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1.6 Digital Setup
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Mp3 & Mpeg Function
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Jpeg Files
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Usb Input
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Troubleshooting
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Specifications
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ABOUT YOUR
DVD PLAYER
The following will help you get the most enjoyment from your DVD receiver system.
BEST LOCATION
The unit should be placed on a firm, flat surface, away from VCRs, stereos, radios, or large
speakers, as the magnetic flux from these devices may cause distortion in the sound and a poor
picture. If placed in a cabinet, be sure there is at least 1 " of free space completely around the unit
for proper ventilation.
TO OBTAIN A CLEAR PICTURE
A DVD receiver is a precision device. If the optical pick-up lens and disc drive parts become dirty
or worn down, picture quality will become poor. To obtain a clear picture, regular inspection and
maintenance are recommended every 1,000 hours of use, depending on the operating environment.
Contact dealer for details.
PLAYABLE DISCS
This ELTAX DVD receiver system will play the following types of discs: DVD, MP3, CD, CD-R,
and CD-RW with super-error correction ability. It is also capable of displaying picture CDs and digital
photo albums. It supports eight languages, up to 32 subtitles, and multi-angle viewing. It features
easy setup and operation with on-screen menus. It has full function CPU up grade able capability.
DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
The unit's coaxial output capability enables you to connect an external six-channel AV amplifier
and processor with built-in Dolby Digital code and MPEG modulating capacity with just one
cord. This enables you to conveniently enjoy different DVD, CD, and Mp3 discs.
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ANALOG AUDIO OUTPUT
Speaker system plug-and-play convenience through the built-in six-channel power amplifier
eliminates the use of an external power amplifier.
LASER-HEAD OVER-CURRENT
PROTECTION SYSTEM
To extend the service life of the laser head, the unit includes a unique laser-head over-current
protection system, ensuring a constant laser current.
USE OF DISCS
This page contains valuable information regarding the handling, cleaning, and storage of discs
played in this unit.
Handling
Do not touch the playback side of the disc.
Do not attach paper or tape to discs.
Do not stick or write anything on the surface. Protect against fingerprints.
Always hold a disc by the center and edge portions.
Cleaning
Fingerprints and dirt on the disc may cause picture and/or sound deterioration. Wipe the disc from
the center outward with a soft cloth. Always keep the disc clean.
If you cannot wipe the dirt off, lightly use a slightly moistened soft cloth and finish with a dry cloth.
Do not use any type of solvent such as: Paint thinner, benzene, commercially available cleaners or
anti-static spray for vinyl LPs.
Storing
Do not store discs in places subject to direct sunlight or near heat sources.
Do not store discs in places subject to moisture and dust.
Store discs vertically in a case. Stacking or placing objects on discs outside of their case may
cause warping.
NOTE: ELTAX A/S is not responsible for damage that may occur to any disc that is operated
in this unit or not handled, cleaned, or stored as suggested above.
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FRONT AND
BACK PANELS
Front Panel Functions
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VOLUME
HT-153 HOME THEATRE RECEIVER
1. POWER
Before plugging the power cord into the AC
outlet, check to make sure all of the connections
have been properly completed. When they have
been, carefully plug power cord into outlet.
Press the POWER button on the front panel
to power the unit.
When the unit is initially powered, a brief surge
of electricity may cause interference with other
electronic equipment on the same circuit. If this
occurs, connect the unit to an outlet on a
different circuit.
INPUT SIGNAL SOURCE
Use this button to select the proper input signal
source. (Note: The selected input will correspond to
the selected input terminal on the rear panel.)
2.
7. USB CONNECT
4.
PREV
While in the DVD status, you may press this
button for previous track.
5.
NEXT
While in the DVD status, you may press this
button for next track. .
6.
OPEN/CLOSE
Use this button to open and close the disc tray
while in DVD mode.
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Readonly USB input.
3.
PLAY / PAUSE
Use this button to begin play function while in
DVD mode.
Use this button to pause play function while in
DVD mode.
8. VOLUME
Use this button to control the unit's volume. It
controls all six channels simultaneously.
Back Panel Functions
10. REAR
Use to connect the four terminals of the left
and right surround sound speakers.
11. FRONT/MAIN
Use to connect the four terminals of the left
and right front or main speakers.
12. CENTER/SUBWOOFER
Use to connect the four terminals of the center
and subwoofer speakers.
13. AC 90V-240V 50/60H Z
This unit comes with an AC power cord. Be
sure its prongs are dry before plugging it into an
electrical outlet. Take caution not to overextend
the cord or walk on it.
1. ANTENNA
Use to connect the provided indoor FM and
AM loop antennas.
2. AUX INPUT
Use to connect input for both auxiliary 1 and 2
music sources.
3. AUDIO OUT
Use to connect both the right and left channel
line outputs as well as subwoofer output.
4. VIDEO INPUT FOR AUX 1
5. VIDEO INPUT FOR AUX 2
6. COAXIAL DIGITAL AUDIO OUTPUT
7. VIDEO OUTPUT
8. S-VIDEO OUTPUT
9. SCART IN/OUT
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SR
SL
FR
FL
CEN
13
SW
AUDIO INPUT
AUDIO OUTPUT
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO 1
L
L
VIDEO OUTPUT
VIDEO 2
VIDEO
L
90-240V
50~60Hz
AM
ANTENNA
FM
DVD-RECEIVER
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4
4
4
4
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SPEAKER OUTPUT
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MODEL:
HT-153
POWER SOURCE:
90-240V 50~60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION:
130W
11036.01
ITEM NO.:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SERIAL NO.:
R
R
AUX 1
R
AUX 2
2
PRE OUT
3
SW
4
COAXIAL
S-VIDEO
5
7
6
8
SCART IN/OUT
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REMOTE
CONTROLLER
1
2
MUTE
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TUNER
DVD
AUX1/2
SCART
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SETUP
0
4
+10
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PRE/TUN
FM MODE
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ENTER
MEMO
AUTO
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PAUSE/STEP
STOP
PLAY
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11
VOL
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CH
+
+
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ZOOM
PROG
SLOW
A-B
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38
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GOTO
TITLE
MENU
DISPLAY
SUBTITLE
N/P
AUDIO
ANGLE
RESUME
REPEAT
R/L
CH.SET
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RETURN
PROLOGIC
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Open/Close
Tuner
DVD
Scroll Up
FM Mode
Scroll Left
Scroll Down
Memo
Play
Pause/Step
Volume Up and Down
Next
Previous
Zoom
Program
Title
Goto
N/P
Subtitle
Resume
Return
Repeat
Mute
Scart input
AUX 1 / AUX 2
0-10+ Digits
Setup
Preset/Tuning
Scroll Right
Enter
Auto tuning
Stop
Channel Up and Down
Fast Reverse
Fast Forward
A - B Repeat
Slow
Menu
Diplay
Audio
Angle
CH.SEL
Pro Logic
R/L
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OPERATING THE
REMOTE CONTROL
Battery Installation
1. Push down and out on the battery Compartment cover to remove it.
2. Insert the two " AAA " batteries into the battery
compartment of the remote control, making
sure the + and - signs on the batteries and
inside the battery compartment match up.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
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Notes:
Do not mix batteries from different manufacturers, nor old ones with new.
If the remote control will not be used for an
extended period of time, remove the
batteries to prevent damage-causing
corrosion.
Remove dead batteries immediately to
prevent damage-causing corrosion.
If battery leakage occurs, wipe the battery
liquid from the battery compartment, then
replace both batteries.
Always replace both batteries at the same
time, using new, fully charged batteries.
Life expectancy of batteries may vary
depending on amount of use.
Using the Remote Control
Point the remote control at the remote sensor
on the DVD receiver. When the signal is
received from the remote, the unit will function
accordingly. The remote will operate to
approximately 16' from the remote sensor at an
angle of around 30 each direction.
Notes:
Do not direct the remote sensor toward
any light source, such as direct sunlight or
a strong fluorescent light, as it may cause
the unit to not operate correctly.
When other remote controls are used
nearby or when the remote is used near
equipment using infrared rays, interference
may occur.
Placing an object on the remote control
may cause it to inadvertently depress a
button, changing a function and shortening
battery life.
Do not glaze the front of the DVD receiver
with colored glass, as it may cause
interference with normal operation of the
controller.
Make sure there is no barrier between the
remote control and remote sensor, as it
could prevent the unit from receiving the
signal.
Do not spill water or put wet items on the
remote control.
Never disassemble remote control.
BATTERIES
INCORRECT USE OF BATTERIES MAY
CAUSE THEM TO LEAK, CORRODE OR EXP
LODE.
CONNECTING
DEVICES
CD/DVD AUX PLAYER 1
CD/DVD AUX PLAYER 2
SR
SL
FR
FL
CEN
AUDIO INPUT
SW
AUDIO OUTPUT
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO 1
L
L
VIDEO 2
VIDEO OUTPUT
VIDEO
L
90-240V
50~60Hz
AM
ANTENNA
FM
DVD-RECEIVER
4
4
4
4
SPEAKER OUTPUT
4
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MODEL:
HT-153
POWER SOURCE:
90-240V 50~60Hz
POWER CONSUMPTION:
130W
11036.01
ITEM NO.:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SERIAL NO.:
R
R
AUX 1
R
AUX 2
PRE OUT
SW
COAXIAL
S-VIDEO
SCART IN/OUT
ACTIVE
SUBWOOFER (OPTIONAL)
POWER AMPLIFIER
Connection terminals for this DVD receiver
are found on the rear panel. Read carefully
and follow the manufacturers' instructions
of any video and audio device being
connected to this unit.
Do not connect the power until all connections
have been properly completed.
DIGITAL RECEIVER
Red terminal (marked R) is for connecting the
right channel. The white terminal (marked L)
is for connecting the left channel. The yellow
terminal is for video connection. Make sure
all connections are securely made. Improper
connections may cause noise, poor performance, or cause damage to the equipment.
Do not tie the AV cord with any other cords,
such as the power cord or speaker wires, as
it may result in poor picture and/or sound
quality.
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ARRANGEMENT
OF SPEAKERS
SPEAKERS
The ideal surround sound speaker configuration may vary according to room size and wall
material. The figure below illustrates a typical
arrangement.
The configuration and arrangement of a
surround sound system's speakers is critical.
For maximum listening enjoyment, refer to the
Arrangement of Speakers section in this manual
prior to connecting speakers.
Hints:
Front or main speakers and central speaker
should be placed at the same level and in a way
that sound is oriented toward the listener's ears.
3D surround sound or rear speakers should
be placed 3' higher than the height of listener's
ears.
Subwoofer speaker may be placed anywhere
within the room, as its location produces little
effect on a listener's sensation to sound. To
obtain the optimum bass effect, a subwoofer is
recommended in home theater systems.
Surround Sound Speakers
Front or main right and left speakers;
center speaker
These three speakers provide extensive
sound imaging and augment the dynamic effect
of the audio. A movie's principal dialogue comes
through these speakers.
Rear or surround sound speakers
These two speakers provide 3-D dynamic
sound effects, and create an enveloping
atmosphere, as they add background sounds.
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Subwoofer speaker
Provides rich and powerful bass, adding a
powerful dimension of realism.
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Note : Audio recorded for the center speaker and
subwoofer will be assigned to the front and 3-D
rear speakers to obtain the optimum 3-D
surround sound effect.
1
3
4
5
2
6
1.TV set or screen
2. Front or main left speaker
3.Subwoofer
4.Center speaker
5.Front or main right speaker
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6.3-D surround sound left speaker
7.3-D surround sound right speaker
8.Viewer's location
CONNECTING
SPEAKERS
This well-designed DVD receiver provides
optimum sound quality when the speakers used
are within the range of their rated impedance.
Connecting Speaker Cables
1.Peel off approximately 1/ 2 " of cable
insulation
2.Tighten the wire end (#2 below)
3.Open cable terminal by pressing back on
tab
4.Insert wire end into terminal
5.Release tab; make sure wire is in terminal
securely
Important
The minimum impedance of the five speaker
terminals is 4 ohm; for the subwoofer, it is
8 ohm.
If you want to use only one speaker or listen
to monophonic music, do not parallel connect
individual speakers to the left and right
channel terminals. See the figure on the left
below.
Note: To prevent damage to the circuit, care
should be taken to prevent short circuiting from
occurring at the positive and negative poles of
the speaker cord.
1
2
3
5
4
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Subwoofer speaker
Surround speaker
VIDEO
S-video
AUDIO
Center speaker
SCART
Surround speaker
SR
SL
FR
FL
CEN
AUDIO INPUT
SW
AUDIO OUTPUT
VIDEO INPUT
VIDEO 1
L
L
VIDEO 2
VIDEO OUTPUT
VIDEO
L
90-240V
50~60Hz
AM
ANTENNA
FM
DVD-RECEIVER
4
4
4
4
SPEAKER OUTPUT
Main speaker
4
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HT-153
MODEL:
90-240V 50~60Hz
POWER SOURCE:
130W
POWER CONSUMPTION:
11036.01
ITEM NO.:
XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
SERIAL NO.:
Main speaker
R
R
AUX 1
R
AUX 2
PRE OUT
SW
COAXIAL
S-VIDEO
SCART IN/OUT
CONNECTING
ANTENNA
Radio signals may be difficult to receive in
some buildings and under certain conditions.
The provided antennas will help in their reception.
They are intended for indoor use only.
AM Loop Antenna
The placement of the AM loop antenna should
be in a direction that provides the clearest
reception. Keep as far as possible from DVD
receiver, TV set, and speaker and power cords.
If reception remains poor, an outdoor antenna
may be necessary.
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To connect the AM loop antenna:
1.Hold down handle
2.Insert wire end into hole
3.Release handle
Position for best reception
FM Indoor Antenna
The FM antenna should be fully extended
and in a direction that provides the clearest
signal. Secure the antenna ends in a location
where distortion is a minimum. If reception
remains poor, an outdoor antenna may be
necessary.
AM
FM
1
2
3
Outdoor AM antenna
Coaxial cable(75 ohm)
FM
Coaxial cable (75 ohm)
Outdoor FM antenna
CONNECTING
POWER SUPPLY
POWER
HT-153 HOME THEATRE RECEIVER
VOLUME
Before plugging the power cord into the AC outlet, check to make sure all of the connections
have been properly completed. When they have been, carefully plug power cord into outlet.
Press the POWER button on the front panel to power the unit. The display panel will light.
When the unit is initially powered, a brief surge of electricity may cause interference with other
electronic equipment on the same circuit. If this occurs, connect the unit to an outlet on a different
circuit.
BASIC OPERATION
Selecting Sound Source
1. Press any function button (DVD, TUNER,
TV , AUX1/2) to select the desired sound source.
The appropriate symbol will appear in the display.
2. When the TUNER button is pressed,
the last station listened to will play.
Note: The desired program source will not play
unless it and the selected signal button coincide
with the active program source signal input.
Volume Control
The volume may be adjusted by either turning
the large volume knob on the front panel or
using the appropriate volume button on the
remote control.
Mute
Pressing the MUTE button temporarily mutes
every speaker. To resume audio, press MUTE
button again.
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PLAYING THE RADIO
Tuner button
Number button
MUTE
TUNER
DVD
AUX1/2
SCART
3
1
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
+10
SETUP
PRE/TUN
FM MODE
ENTER
MEMO
AUTO
PAUSE/STEP
STOP
PLAY
VOL
CH
+
+
ZOOM
PROG
A-B
DISPLAY
GOTO
TITLE
MENU
SUBTITLE
N/P
AUDIO
ANGLE
RESUME
REPEAT
R/L
CH.SET
RETURN
PROLOGIC
VOLUME
HT-153 HOME THEATRE RECEIVER
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SLOW
Positioning
1.Press TUNER button to select desired wave
band (AM or FM).
2.Press UP or DOWN button to find a station.
The frequency will change with each press.
When a station's signal is received, it will
appear in the display.
3.To lock onto a station quickly, hold the UP
or DOWN button for two seconds. The unit
will start automatic tuning. When a station
is found, automatic tuning stops.
4.To add a station to memory, press the MEMO
button. The memory storage number will
blink for four seconds in the display. Press
MEMO again to store the station.
Memory number
Wave band
Station frequency
5. To reduce noise when an FM-stereo program
has been received, press the MONO button.
The word STEREO will disappear from the
display. The program is now heard in
monographic form, reducing the noise. To
resume stereo play, press the MONO button
again.
Automatic Tuning
This unit will store up to 40 individual AM or
50 individual FM radio stations in its memory.
1.Press the >> button. The word AUTO
will appear in the display and the automatic
tuning mode is activated.
2.Stations will be stored in ascending order
until 50 stations of that particular wave band
have been saved. When a station is stored,
the
memory storage number, as well as the
station's frequency, will flash for four
seconds in the display.
3.When the total number of stations reaches
40, in a particular wave's (AM or FM)
memory, no further station in that wave band will
be saved.
To Play Preset Stations
1.Press the TUNER button to select the
desired wave band.
2.Press the PRE/TUN button.
3.Press any of the numbered buttons to
select the desired station's memory number.
For example, to play the station at memory
#5, simply press the 5 button; for memory
#17, press the 1 button followed by the 7
button.
4.Stations in the memory function may also
be accessed by pressing the UP or DOWN
button.
BASIC DVD
OPERATION
Once the unit is connected to a television
set and any other accessory equipment, you
are ready to enjoy the excitement of DVD videos
or your favorite CDs and MP3 files.
Once it has read the disc, the unit automatically will begin playback. When playing a DVD,
the DVD title or menu will appear. CD tracks are
played in sequence.
To play a DVD video disc:
Turn on the TV and select the A/V mode. If
the set features an SCART connection, be sure
the SCART mode is selected from the TV menu.
Turn on amplifier, if connected. Select AC-3 or
DVD mode.
Note:
It is possible to damage a disc if it is not
placed correctly on the guides in the disc tray.
This may also cause the DVD player to
malfunction. Do not force or place anything
other than a 5 " DVD or CD onto the disc tray.
Never move the DVD player during playback ,
as this may cause damage to the disc as well as
the player. To open and close the disc tray, only
use the OPEN/CLOSE key found on both the
remote control and on the unit's front panel.
To play an audio disc:
Turn on the audio system and choose the
input source that is connected to the DVD player.
Set the SPDIF OUTPUT to SPDIF OFF from the
SETUP MENU display if you don't have the
proper equipment for Dolby Digital surround
sound.
PLAY
REMOTE CONTROL
PLAY
1. Press the POWER key on front panel.
DISC LOADING appears on screen.
POWER
LOADING
FRONT PANEL
Press PAUSE key:
PAUSE
REMOTE CONTROL
PAUSE
FRONT PANEL
If there is no disc, NO DISC shown on screen:
NO DISC
5. PREV/NEXT playback
Press
key or key , play previous or next
track. To resume normal playback, press PLAY key.
Press PREV key:
2. Press the OPEN/CLOSE key. The disc
tray will open.
OPEN/CLOSE
OPEN
REMOTE CONTROL
Press NEXT key:
FRONT PANEL
OPEN/CLOSE
REMOTE CONTROL
3. Place the disc on the disc tray. Be sure
play side is face down on the tray.
4. Press OPEN/CLOSE key to close tray.
The disc tray will close. The disc type will
appear in the upper-left-hand corner of the
screen.
REMOTE CONTROL
6.Fast Forward/Reverse Playback
The unit features both fast forward and fast
reverse playback. Either mode will speed up:
2x,4x,8x,16x.
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BASIC DVD
OPERATION
2X
FUNCTIONS
Screen Display
While a disc is playing, the status of various
functions may be checked, such as the tile, track
number, and several time categories.
1. Press the DISPLAY key once and the title
appears along with the chapter and how much
time has played.
2X
DISP
To activate either function, simply press the
key or key on the remote control. The
speed changes each time the key is pressed.
To resume normal playback, press the PLAY key.
TT 01/02 CH 02/ 28
00:21:05
2. Press the DISPLAY key again and the
remaining time for that particular title appears.
TITLE REMAIN
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Memory Playback
This unit allows the viewer to stop playback,
then later continue playback from that exact disc
location. Press the STOP key to halt playback.
The unit then will memorize the location where
playback was stopped. To resume watching,
press the PLAY key and the unit will
resume playback from the exact location where
playback was stopped. ( Exclude Mp3 DISC)
When you play DVD discs, press MENU or
TITLE key return menu and title, the unit then
will memorize the location, To resume watching
press the PLAY key and the unit will resume
playback from the exact location.
PLAY
01ㄩ44ㄩ34
3. Press the DISPLAY key again and the total
elapsed time for that particular chapter appears.
CHAPTER ELAPSED
00ㄩ05ㄩ29
4. Press the DISPLAY key again and the
total remaining time for that particular chapter
appears.
CHAPTER REMAIN
00ㄩ07ㄩ36
Slow Motion
This DVD receiver has the ability to play
discs in slow motion in either forward or reverse
direction. Each time the SLOW key is pressed,
the speed will slow from forward slow speed1/ 2,
to 1/ 4, to 1/ 8, to 1/ 16 to reverse slow speed 1/ 2,
to 1/ 4, to 1/ 8, to 1/ 16, to normal speed. To
resume normal playback, press the PLAY key.
SLOW
5. Press the DISPLAY key again and the
display turns off.
FUNCTIONS
N/P
This DVD receiver supports video output of
various systems, including auto, NTSC, and PAL.
The picture will blink and become colourless
when the wrong system is selected. (NTSC for
North America, PAL for Europe). For more
information on output format, refer to the TV
set's manufacturer's instructions.
Language
The unit has the capability to show movies in
one of eight languages.
1. Press the AUDIO key. The language
menu will appear. Select the desired language
by pressing the AUDIO key.
AUDIO
Subtitles
The unit has the capability to display subtitles
in any of 32 different languages.
1. Press the SUBTITLE key. The subtitle
menu will appear. Select the desired language
by pressing the SUBTITLE key.
AUDIO 1/8 AC-3 2CH ENGLISH
Note: The disc being played must be multi-language encoded.
SUBTITLE 02/08 ENGLISH
SUBTITLE
2. To remove the subtitles from view, press
the SUBTITLE key until they disappear.
SUBTITLE OFF
Note: The disc being played must be multisubtitle encoded.
Camera Angle
The ability to change the camera angle allows
viewer to play director and watch a movie from
different perspectives.
1. Press the ANGLE key on the remote control.
With each press, the camera angle changes.
2. The key may be pressed only when the
flashing angle icon appears in the unit's display
panel.
ANGLE
1/4
Note: Camera angle may be changed only in
discs with multi-angle capability encoded
into them.
LOCATING A TITLE
DVD discs are normally divided into titles,
which are then sub-divided into chapters. A
specific title can be easily found with this unit.
Specific titles can be found using either the title
menu function, if the DVD disc contains a title
menu, or through its unique title number.
Title Menu Function
1. Press the TITLE key. The title menu will
appear on the TV screen.
2. Press the appropriate scroll key to select
the desired title. A title may also be located by
pressing its assigned number with the number
buttons.
3. Press the ENTER key . This will start
playback from chapter 1 of the selected title.
Note:
Some discs do not respond to this function. If
different instructions appear on the TV screen,
follow those instructions. The Instructions given
here describe the basic procedure. Procedures
may vary depending on the content of the DVD
disc. When playing a VCD2.0 disc, TITLE key
can be used to return to menu.
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FUNCTIONS
Time
This DVD receiver can display various data
regarding the disc being played. Press the
DISP button for the following.
1. Press once, the number of titles and
chapters in each title appears
TITLE 01/02 CHAPTER 06/28
DISP
REPEAT
TITLE
The repeat mode changes each time the
REPEAT key is pressed (i.e., from title repeat
to chapter repeat, all repeat , to repeat off.)
.
2. Press again, the time of a selected title
appears.
REPEAT
ALL
TITLE 01/02 TIMEㄜㄜ:ㄜㄜ:ㄜㄜ
DISP
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MENU: MENU/PBC
With the PBC function on, choosing a song
on a CD can only be done when at the main
menu. With the PBC function off, song selections
can be made by entering the relevant number
keys. The menu content of the disc will appear
when the MENU button is pressed while a DVD
disc is playing.
AMP Volume up/down Adjustment
Press the CH.SEL button on the remote control, TV
OSD appears:
VOL_L +00db
Press CH.SEL twice, OSD Appears:
VOL_R +00db
MENU
AUDIO
SUBTITLES
PLAY
Press CH.SEL thrice to seven times the OSD
converts in turn of RF, LS, RS, CN and SW;
VOL_RS +00db
VOL_LS +00db
VOL_C +00db
Repeat Play
This DVD receiver allows repeated playback
of specific titles, chapters/tracks, or segment.
It even allows switching between two items that
are being repeated.
1. Select the item to repeat.
2. Press the REPEAT key.
REPEAT
CHAPTER
VOL_SW +00db
Press CH.SEL continually it goes in cycle.
Press the VOL+ or VOL- button on the remote
control to change the Volume value of ALL, LF, RF,
LS, RS, CN or SW separately.
MONO/
CH.SEL
VOL_L +00db
FUNCTIONS
SYSTEM SETUP
1. General Steps in the setup menu
Zoom
A picture may be enlarged up to four times
during either playback or slow motion through
the unit's zoom function. Press the ZOOM key
once and it enlarges the image 2x, press a
second time and the image enlarges 3x. A
third press enlarges the image 4x. A forth
press the image 1/2x, a fifth press the image
1/3x, a sixth press the image 1/4x . To
return to normal-size playback, press the ZOOM
key a seventh time. Enlargement takes place
in the center of the picture.
Volume and Mute
The volume on this DVD receiver is easily
controlled with the remote control by pressing
either the VOL + key to raise the volume or the
VOL- key to lower it. By pressing the MUTE
key, no audio will be heard. To rein state the audio,
press the MUTE key again.
Program
Allows you to program specific tracks in a
desired order of play. Press PROG key program
menu well appear on the screen, set up the
program play in number key. The scroll to the
START, Press ENTER key to program play. To
exit the Programmed play mode, press the
PROG button again.
A) Press the setup button, the main setup menu
appears.
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
B) Press the Left and Right arrow buttons to
highlight the icon of the desired page, then
press the Down or Right arrow button to
activate that page; For example, if you want to
setup the video page, press Right to highlight
the video icon, the video page will be
displayed on the screen.
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
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CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
C) Press the Down arrow button to highlight
the desired option. Press Enter or press Right
to select. The choices of that option appear on
the right; For example, press the Down arrow
button to highlight the BRIGHTNESS option,
the press Enter to select, the brightness
choices appear on the right.
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
EXIT SETUP
A) Press the Arrow buttons to highlight the Exit
Setup option,then press Enter or Setup again
to exit Setup Menu.
SYSTEM SETUP
1 SYSTEM SETUP
1.1.4 TV TYPE
1.1 SYSTEM SETUP
The system setup options are illustrated
below:
According to the TV type,you can choose
16:9,4:3LB or 4:3PS.
1.1.1 SOURCE
There are 2 kinds of sources illustrated
below.
SYSTEM SETUP
SOURCE
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
SYSTEM SETUP
TV TYPE
4:3PS
PASSWORD
4:3LB
16:9
SOURCE
DISC
RATING
TV SYSTEM
USB
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
1.1.5 PASSWORD
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
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1.1.2 TV SYSTEM
According to the Color System of the TV, you
can choose the TV System.
Note:
NTSC is primarily used in the United States
SYSTEM SETUP
SOURCE
TV SYSTEM
PAL
VIDEO
NTSC
TV TYPE
AUTO
PASSWORD
The password option is initialized locked, and
you can not set the ratings limit or change the
password. In order for the Ratings feature to
work, the password mode must be turned on.
If you want to set the ratings limit , you will
need to enter the default password. Which is
6666, then press Enter to confirm. To change
the password , you will be prompted for the
old password , then be prompted for anew.
Enter a 4-digit number ( this is you
password). Press remember your
PASSWORD, as the DEFAULT setting will
revert everything.But the PASSWORD to the
factory defaults.
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
1.1.3 VIDEO
According to the output jack of TV set, you can
choose S-VIDEO and RGB.
SYSTEM SETUP
SOURCE
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
----
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
1.1.6 RATING
SOURCE
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
RGB
TV TYPE
S-VIDEO
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
The Rating feature is a rating limit system,
like movie ratings. It works with DVD discs
that have been assigned a rating. This helps
you control the types for DVDs that your
family watches.
SYSTEM SETUP
SYSTEM SETUP
Highlight the AUDIO LANG option,and press
the Arrow buttons to choose the audio
language you prefer.Press Enter to confirm.If
the disc you are playing has that language
available,it will output that language.
SOURCE
1G
TV SYSTEM
2
VIDEO
3 PG
TV TYPE
4 PG13
PASSWORD
5
RATING
6R
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
DEFAULT
7 NC-17
AUDIO LANG
GERMAN
EXIT SETUP
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SUBTITLE LANG
SPANISH
MENU LANG
FRENCH
LANGUAGE SETUP
DUTCH
1.1.7 DEFAULT
ITALIAN
DANISH
The DEFAULT setup options are RESTORE
factory setup. Let your player work on best
state.
SYSTEM SETUP
TV SYSTEM
VIDEO
TV TYPE
PASSWORD
RATING
DEFAULT
EXIT SETUP
PORTUGUESE
1.2.3 SUBTITLE LANGUAGE
Highlight the SUBTITLE LANG option, and
press the Arrow buttons to choose the subtitle
language you prefer. Press Enter to confirm. If
the disc you are playing has that language
available, it will displays subtitles in that
language.
RESTORE
EXIT SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
When your unit does not work properly, it may
probably result from some wrong settings.Please
try the Restore Factory Setting function to see if
thr unit can restore to its normal working status.
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
GERMAN
SUBTITLE LANG
SPANISH
MENU LANG
FRENCH
DUTCH
ITALIAN
DANISH
1.2 LANGUAGE SETUP
The language setup options are illustrated
below:
1.2.1 OSD LANGUAGE
Highlight the OSD LANGUAGE option, and
press the Arrow buttons to choose the OSD
language you prefer. Press Enter to confirm,
and it will display OSD in that language.
EXIT SETUP
1.2.4
OFF
MENU LANGUAGE
Highlight the MENU LANG option, and press
the Arrow buttons to choose the menu
languageyou prefer. Press Enter to confirm. If
the disc you are playing has that Language,
Availabel.It will display the menu in the
language.
LANGUAGE SETUP
LANGUAGE SETUP
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
AUDIO LANG
GERMAN
OSD LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
SUBTITLE LANG
SPANISH
AUDIO LANG
GERMAN
MENU LANG
FRENCH
SUBTITLE LANG
SPANISH
DUTCH
MENU LANG
FRENCH
DUTCH
DANISH
ITALIAN
DANISH
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
1.2.2
AUDIO LANGUAGE
PORTUGUESE
Notes:
If your preferred language is not availabel, the
disc s default language will be played.
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SYSTEM SETUP
1.4 VIDEO SETUP
1.3 AUDIO SETUP
The audio setup options are illustrated below:
The video setup options are illustrated below:
1.3.1 AUDIO OUT
Highlight the AUDIO OUT option, and press
the Arrow buttons to choose the audiooutput
mode you prefer. Press ENter to confirm;
There are 3 optional audio outputmodes:
SPDIF/OFF, SPDIF / RAW, and SPDIF/ PCM.
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
1.4.1 BRIGHTNESS
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
SPDIF OFF
LPCM OUT
SPDIF RAW
PRO LOGIC
SPDIF PCM
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to move
the scroll and adjust the brightness
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
EXIT SETUP
CONTRAST
HUE
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SATURATION
1.3.2 LPCM OUTPUT
Use the Up and Down arrow button to move the
scroll and adjust the sampling rate of the
digital output.
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
EXIT SETUP
1.4.2 CONTRAST
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
LPCM OUT
48 K
PRO LOGIC
96 K
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to move
the scroll and adjust the
contrast.
192 K
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
EXIT SETUP
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
1.3.3 PROLOGIC
There are 3 optional PROLOGIC: MOVIE
MODE, MUSIC MODE, OFF.
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
EXIT SETUP
1.4.3 HUE
AUDIO SETUP
AUDIO OUT
OFF
LPCM OUT
MOVIE MODE
PRO LOGIC
MUSIC MODE
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to move
the scroll and adjust the hue.
VIDEO SETUP
BRIGHTNESS
EXIT SETUP
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
EXIT SETUP
+6
+4
+2
0
-2
-4
-6
SYSTEM SETUP
1.5.3 REAR DELAY
1.4.4 SATURATION
Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to move the
scroll and adjust the
saturation.
You can adjust the Center and the Rear delay
by using the Up and
Down buttons to move the scroll bar.
SPEAKER SETUP
VIDEO SETUP
DOWNMIX
BRIGHTNESS
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
CONTRAST
HUE
SATURATION
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
+
12 MS
6 MS
0 MS
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
1.5 SPEAKER SETUP
The speaker setup options are illustrated below:
1.6 DIGITAL SETUP
The DIGITAL SETUP options are illustrated
below:
1.5.1 DOWNMIX
A) LT / RT Choose this setting when you are
connected to a 2 Channel Analog Audio Input.
B) STEREO Choose this setting when the DVD
player is connected only to a TVset.
D) 5.1CH Choose this setting when the DVD
player is connected to a 5.1 speaker set.
1.6.1 DYNAMIC RANGE:
To avoid disturbing the neighbours at night,
you can use this function to reduce the sound
effects volume without changing the original
tone.
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
LT / RT
CENTER DELAY
STEREO
REAR DELAY
5.1
FULL
3/4
1/2
1/4
OFF
DUAL MONO
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
1.6.2 DUAL MONO (LEFT + RIGHT)
1.5.2 CENTER DELAY
You can adjust the center by using the Up and
Down buttons to move the scroll
the scroll bar.
Choose to setup the L and R mono output
mode. There are four
modes in this option: STEREO, MONO L,
MONO R,and MIX MONO.
DIGITAL SETUP
DYNAMIC RANGE
SPEAKER SETUP
DOWNMIX
CENTER DELAY
REAR DELAY
DUAL MONO
+
4 MS
2 MS
0 MS
MONO L
MONO R
MIXED MONO
EXIT SETUP
EXIT SETUP
STEREO
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SYSTEM SETUP
REFERENCE:
1. To protect your DVD player, the interval between turning the unit on and off, via the Main
Power button, should be more than 30 seconds.
2. If the unit will not be used for an extended period of time, please disconnect the power plug
from the outlet.
3. The player should only be operated with the correct power supply that corresponds to the
marking label. The incorrect power supply could damage the unit.
4.The player may not be compatible with some encrypted discs.
5. If the player stops during playback, eject the disc and power off the unit. Wait 10 minutes
and power the unit back on.
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Mp3 & MPEG
FUNCTION
When a MPEG and a Mp3 disc is loaded, the screen will display as follows:
Current
directory
name
The playing file
is a Mp3 audio
file.
Current
directory
name
The playing file
is a Mp3 audio
file.
Current MP3/JPEG file
name. If a JPEG file is
playing, the name should
have a JPEG extension.
File Switch Region: Displays
the file typa of the playing
and the switching.
The playing file is
a JPEG picture file.
Current MP3 file name.
If a JPEG file is playing,
the name should have a
JPEG extension.
File Switch Region: Displays
the file typa of the playing
and the switching.
The playing file is
a JPEG picture file.
Press
to select the file when the cursor appears in the file window.Press select
to play the current file select by the cursor.
Press
to switch between the directory window and the file window.
Note:
During Mp3 playback, Forward Scan and Reverse Scan are not available.
Note:
The player will not identify or play a MP3 disc under the following conditions: the
recording format is not supported(make sure the files are in MP3 format),the disc is
badly scratched, damaged or dirty, the disc is not finalized.
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JPEG FILES
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JPEG files contain picture information which can be encoded by micro computer software and transmitted to the
TV screen via a video output interface. This function is useful in many contexts. For example teachers can
change pictures to be shown in the classroom to JPG files by means of a digital camera or a scanner which are
often used within the IT world and transfer the pictures to CD-R discs. This will make things easier for the pupils
when the teachers play the discs via a TV set or other types of equipment in the classroom. It reduces the
repetitive work for the teachers, and the discs are easy to store (information on discs can be stored for more than
100 years). By means of a digital camera or scanner, families can transfer pictures to CD-R discs. If, for example,
a picture requires 100K bytes, one disc will hold about 6000 pictures. Manufacturers can show their customers
pictures of their products one by one.
Note: The actual contents vary from one type of disc to the other.
1. When a JPEG disc is loaded in the DVD-player, an automatic slide show will be launched.
Each picture will be displayed and scaled to fit the screen. Press STOP to enter the file
library. Use the SCROLL key to navigate the pictures, and press PLAY to display a picture.
When the a picture has been chosen, the slide show will resume with the next picture in
the library.
2. Press SCROLL to rotate the picture. These operations are allowed only when a picture
is being displayed normally and will be cancelled automatically when a new picture is
displayed.
3. Press ZOOM to execute the zoom function and select the zoom enlarging scale with I<<
and >>I. In zoom mode, press the SCROLL buttons to move the picture on the screen.
With zoom mode off, the next picture will be scaled to fit the screen.
Press PLAY to cancel the zoom mode and resume the slide show.
JPEG limitations
- JPEG files containing CMYK colors is not supported by this DVD-player.
- The range of pixels should not be exceeding 3840 X 3840 pixels, in order to achieve the
best Performance.
USB INPUT
This unit have a USB jack,when no disc in the player, you can insert a
USB DISC or a Mp3 Player with USB Interface to play the Mp3 music or
MPEG4 movie and JPEG files. All the function is the same to play a MPEG4 disc or Mp3
disc.
See the instructions on page 27
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TROUBLESHOOTING
This troubleshooting guide may help you find a possible cause of and solution to a problem. If there are still
problems, please contact the local service centre or distributor.
PROBLEMS AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS
Common sympton
Possible cause
No function
Mains power is not connected
Power is OFF
Connect to mains power outlet
Turn the power ON.
No playback
No disc is inserted
("no disc" will be shown on screen).
Disc is upside down.
("no disc" will be shown on screen).
Insert a disc.
Dirty disc
Deformed/scratched disc
Condensation in unit
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Remedy
Reload disc.
The label side should face
upward.
Clean disc surface.
Replace disc.
Turn power on for 1-2 hours
before using the unit.
No sound
Sound in one or more
Speaker(s) is missing
Wrong audio output setting
Poor or missing cable connection
Check audio output setting
Check connections
No sound in centre/
surround speakers
Downmix settings are wrong
Disc or TV program is recorded
in stereo
Change downmix settings
Set prologic II on.
Sound on scart connecter
is very weak or missing
Sound in scart connecter is Volume
regulated.
Turn the volume up to max..
(Can only be used without
speakers connected)
No picture
Disconnection of video equipment
Wrong output setting of video output
Check video connections
Check video output setting of
Video output in general setup
Our DVD players support both burned and original discs, however we reserve the right to refuse faults,
which concern the use of burned discs.
There are some general things, which we recommend you to check before you return your product for
service.
1. Use only discs of high quality.
There is a large range of bad quality discs on the market.
Low quality discs can cause faults during the action of burning a CD or DVD-disc,
which will affect the replay of the disc.
2. Make sure the disc is clean and in no way damaged (also apply for original discs).
3. Check if the burning was done correctly – perhaps burn a new disc at low burning speed (x.1)
4. Check if your product support the disc-format (ex. DVD-R or DVD+R) or file-format (ex. DivX), which you
Use.
SPECIFICATIONS
DVD Player
TV System
Compatible Discs
Resolution Ratio
Video S/N Ratio
Frequency Response
Audio S/N Ratio
Degree of Distortion
D/A Converter
Video Out
S-Video Out
Audio Out
Digital Audio Output
Connections
FM Tuner
Tuning Range
S/N Ratio
Monophonic
Stereo
Selectance
THD
Monophonic
Stereo
Frequency Response
Stereo Resolution
AM Tuner
Tuning Range
S/N Ratio
THD
Remote Control
Transmitter
Signal Range
Power Source
General
Power Supply
Consumed Power
NTSC/PAL
DVD, CD, Mp3, JPEG,CD-R, CD-RW
Greater Than 500 lines
65dB
fs (96KHz/24bit)
4Hz - 44KHz:+/-2dB
95dB
<0.01%
192KHz/24bit
1Vp-p
Y: 1Vp-p(75 )
C: 0.3Vp-p(75 );
2.0V, 5.1 Channel,
Coaxial
SCART,CV B S , USB S -Video, 5.1 Channel Output
87.5-108MHz
>46dB
>46dB
>50dB (DIN)
50dB
2%
3%
30Hz-10kHz +/- 1dB
35dB (1kHz)
30dB (100Hz-10kHz)
522-1620KHz
35dB
3%
Infrared Ray
Approximately 5m
2 " AAA " Batteries
AC 90-240~50/60Hz
120W
Because its products are subject to continuous improvement, We reserves the right to
modify product design and/or specifications without notice and without incurring any
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